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Narayan Hari Apte (1889–1971)

Apte was born in the village of Samdoli in Sangli District of Maharashtra.[1] After finishing his 7th grade education in Samdoli and Satara, he left his home in 1905 to participate in India's freedom movement. He traveled extensively throughout northern India; and while traveling, he gained knowledge of Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Nepali, and English ... See full bio »

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Duniya Na Mane
Kunku Writer
Amrit Manthan
Amrit Manthan Writer
Gangavataran Writer


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 1956 Sajani
 1948 Bhagya Rekha
 1938 Dhruva Kumar
 1937 Duniya Na Mane (novel "Na Patnari Goshta") / (scenario)
 1937/I Gangavataran
 1937 Kunku (novel "Na Patnari Goshta") / (screenplay)
 1937 Pratibha (novel "Rhridayachi Shrimanti")
 1936 Rajput Ramani
 1936 Savkari Pash (writer)
 1934 Amrit Manthan (screenplay) / (story)
 1933 Sinhagad (novel "Gad Aala Pan Sinha Gela")
 1925 Rana Hamir
 1925 Savkari Pash
 1923 Sinhagad (novel "Gad Aala Pan Simha Gela")
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 1998 Tales of the Gun (TV Series documentary)

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