Marathi Literature News
In Sambhaji, Vishwas Patil invokes the tale of a misunderstood but valiant monarch of the Maratha dynasty
Sambhaji’s is a tale that has been misunderstood throughout history, mired in controversy and scandal and appears as no more than a footnote in the larger story of the Deccan.
Khare says he stopped accepting awards four years ago.
Dr Shridhar Pawar's experiences in the by-lanes of Kamathipura — with sex workers, impoverished families, queer groups, migrant populations — inform his poetry in Ardhe Akash Maathyavar.
Of Thomas Stephens and his Kristapurana: How a 16th-century priest came to write Christian poetry in Marathi, Konkani
Thomas Stephens was the first Englishman to land on the shores of Goa. But more than his role as a missionary, his main contribution was to Marathi-Konkani literature, in the form of the Kristapurana
As the Indian literary world loses Kiran Nagarkar, one of it's leading writers, here is a look at some of his best works.
Nayantara Sahgal withdrawn invite controversy: President of Marathi literature festival's organising body resigns
The president of the Akhil Bharatiya Marathi Sahitya Mahamandal, Shripad Joshi, resigned amid controversy over the withdrawal of a lit meet invitation to writer Nayantara Sahgal.
Kavita Mahajan received the Sahitya Akademi Award in 2011 for her Marathi translation of Rajai, a collection of 17 short stories by Urdu writer Ismat Chugtai.
In our ongoing series on the Dalit literature of Maharashtra, this week, we look at the works of Pradnya Daya Pawar | #FWeekend
In pour ongoing series on Dalit literature from Maharashtra, we examine the literary legacy of Arun Kale | #FWeekend
In this series on Dalit literature from Maharashtra, we look at the literary legacy of Sharankumar Limbale
Daya Pawar authored the seminal Baluta, considered the first autobiography in Dalit literature
In the fifth part of our series on the great writers of Dalit literature from Maharashtra, we look at the literary legacy of Urmila Pawar — feminist extraordinaire