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Kanaiyalal Maneklal Munshi

Kanaiyalal Maneklal Munshi,[1] (December 30, 1887 – February 8, 1971) popularly known as Kulapati Dr. K. M. Munshi, was an Indian independence movement activist, politician, writer and educationist from Gujarat state. A lawyer by profession, he later turned to literature and politics. He was a well known name in Gujarati literature. He founded Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, an educational trust, in 1938.

List of works

====Novels==== In Gujarati & Hindi languages :-

  • Mari Kamala (1912)
  • Verni Vasulat (1913) (under the pen name? Ghanashyam)
  • Patanni Prabhuta (1916)
  • Gujaratno Nath (1917)
  • Rajadhiraj (1918)
  • Prithvivallabh (1920)
  • Svapnadishta (1924)
  • Lopamudra (1930)
  • Jay Somanth (1940)
  • Bhagavan Parashurama (1946)
  • Tapasvini (1957)
  • Krishnavatara? (in seven volumes) (1970)
  • Kono vank
  • Lomaharshini
  • Bhagvan Kautilya

*Pratirodha (1900) *Atta ke svapana (1900) *Gaurava kā pratīka (1900) *Gujarat ke Gaurava (1900) *Sishu aura Sakhi (1961) =Dramas====

  • Brahmacharyashram (1931)
  • Dr. Madhurika (1936)
  • Pauranik Natako

====Non-fiction====

  • Ketlak Lekho (1926)
  • Adadhe Raste (1943)====Notable works in English<ref name="ReferenceA"/> ====
  • Gujarat and Its Literature
  • Imperial Gujaras
  • Bhagavad Gita and Modern Life
  • Creative Art of Life
  • To Badrinath
  • Saga of Indian Sculpture
  • The End of An Era
  • President under Indian Constitution

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