Shripad Narayan Pendse
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His novel, Garambicha Bapu, was translated in 1969 into English, titled –'Wild Bapu of Garambi', as a part of the UNESCO Collection of Representative Works, which had been organized with Sahitya Akademi collaboration.
Haddapar (The Outcast) and Tumbadche Khot (The Khots of Tumbad) are Pendse's other two popular novels.
He was offered a Rockfeller Foundation Scholarship, under which he travelled Europe and United States in order to study and exchange his views with other novelists and learned people. He travelled for more than one year with his wife with the help of this scholarship. In his tour to England, France and the US, he met many well known writers, including E. M. Forster.
- Elgar in 1949
- Haddapar in 1950
- Garambicha Bapu in 1952
- Hatya in 1954
- Yashoda (small novel) in 1957
- Kalandar in 1959
- Rathachakra in 1962
- Lavhali in 1966
- Octopus in 1972.
- Akant in 1978
- Tumbadache Khot Part 1 and Part 2 in 1987
- Garambichi Radha in 1993
- Ek Hoti Aji in 1995
- Kameru in 1997
- Ghagar Rikami Re Rangamali in 2002
- Haak Abhalachi in 2007
- Mahapur −1961
- Rajemastar −1964
- Yashoda-drama −1965
- Garambicha Bapu −1965
- Sambhusanchya Chalit −1967
- Asa zala aani ujadala −1969
- Chakravyuha −1970
- Rathachakra −1975
- Pandit ! Ata Tari Shahane Vha ! -1978
- Dr. Huddar −1990
- Jumman −1956
- Prayaschitta -translation of The Scarlet Letter in 1969
- Best upakramachi katha −1972 (he was Deputy Public Relations Officer in BEST undertaking and retired in 1972)
- Ek Muktasanvad- Udyachya Kadambarikarashi in 1995
- Adhyatacha Shodh in 1996
- Ek Durlabh Sneh in 1996
- Khadakavaril Hiraval in 1941
- Shri Na Pendse-Manus Ani Lekhak in 1974
Translation into other languages
- Garambicha Bapu- In Hindi (1959) and English (1969)
- Kalandar- In Gujarati (1970)
- Rathachakra- In Gujarati (1971)
- Octopus- In Hindi (1976)
- Hatya- In Hindi (1976)
- Snell, Rupert; Raeside, Ian, eds. (1998). Classics of Modern South Asian Literature. p. 181.
This article is based on his autobiography, written in 1974, and published by Mauj Prakashan.
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