Setumadhavarao Pagadi

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Setumadhavarao Pagadi or Sethu Madhav Rao Pagadi[1] (1910–1994) was an Indian historian that specialised in modern Maratha history, especially the history of Shivaji.[1]

The Government of India awarded him the civilian honour of the Padma Bhushan in 1992.[2]

Early life[edit]

Pagadi was educated in Gulbarga, Osmanabad, and Pune. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from Banaras Hindu University in 1930 and Master of Arts degree from Allahabad University three years later.[3]

He was well-versed in Urdu and Persian.

Literary works[edit]

In English[edit]

  • Among the Gonds of Adilabad, 1949
  • Grammar of the Kolami Language, 1950
  • Grammar of the Gondi Language, 1954
  • Tribal Welfare in Adilabad, 1950
  • History of Freedom Struggle in Hyderabad: 1800-1920 (Edited work in three volumes), 1956
  • Eighteenth Century Deccan, 1963
  • Maratha Mughal Relations: 1680-1707, 1966
  • Studies in Maratha History Vol. 2, 1971
  • Srinath Madhavji Shinde alias Alijah Mahadji Scindia of Gwalior

In Marathi[edit]

  • Usha, a collection of short stories, 1938
  • Ashokachi Pane, a collection of essays, 1941
  • Warangalche Kakatiya Raje, 1946
  • Sufi Sampraday, Tatvadnyan Ani Karya, 1953
  • Mirza Ghalib Ani Tyachya Ghazala, 1958
  • Panipatcha Sangram, 1961
  • Marathe Va Aurangzeb, 1963
  • Mogal Maratha Sangharsh (मोगल मराठा संघर्ष), 1965
  • Tahmasnama, 1967
  • Shivacharitra: Ek Abhyas,1971
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji, 1974
  • भारतीय मुसलमानः शोध आणि बोध
  • १८५७चे आणखी काही पैलू

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b K. Venkateshwarlu, A slice of Marathi history, The Hindu, 9 May 2011.
  2. ^ "Padma Awards" (PDF). Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. 2015. Retrieved July 21, 2015.
  3. ^ Autobiography Jeevan-Setu, 1969 (Marathi)