Siddavanahalli Krishna Sarma
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Siddavanahalli Krishna Sharma (4 July 1904 - 14 October 1973), was a noted author, translator, freedom fighter, journalist, social worker and educationist. He was born in the village of Doddasiddavanahalli, near Chitradurga, the third child of Rangachar & Seshamma. Throughout his life, he was an active participant in the freedom struggle, first in Hyderabad, and later in Bangalore. He identified with many activities and social movements after independence such as the Bhoodan movement.
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