From 1933 to 1937, he taught Gujarati language at MTB College, Surat. [1] He was directly influenced by his parents, his neighbour Dhanbai, and his high school teacher Mukundrai Pandya. [2] In 2019, Borisagar received the Sahitya Akademi Award for his essay collection Mojma Revu Re. The city has a four-hundred-year-old ship building industry, which was started by the caste of Kharva that still builds small wooden ships. He lived at Surat in the 20 th century during 21 October 1901 - 11 September 1980. It has a conference hall and library. [2] He joined the Savarkundla college in 1971, as a professor of Gujarati. The city centre is located on the Tapti River, close to Arabian Sea. It is widely considered to be the second humorous novel in Gujarati literature, after Bhadrambhadra (1900) by Ramanbhai Neelkanth. [1] [2] In later years, he co-edited the fortnightly Samarpana. He was born in Surat on 21 October 1901. Borisagar's first collection of humour essays, Marak Marak (1977), established him as a humour writer. He wrote thousands of humour essays in columns in his 40 years long career. Ramesh Parekh was a Gujarati poet and lyricist from Gujarat, India. Many prominent people including Mahatma Gandhi and Kanaiyalal Munshi have presided over the organisation. Jhinabhai Ratanji Desai, better known by his pen name Snehrashmi, was a Gujarati language author and Indian independence activist. As of 2011, Gujarati is the 6th most widely spoken language in India by number of native speakers, spoken by 55.5 million speakers which amounts to about 4.5% of the total Indian population. He also co-edited Gujarat monthly. 1-6 (1932 - 1946), which contains humorous essays, short plays, verse prosodies and other miscellaneous writing. Vinesh Antani is Gujarati novelist, short story writer and essayist from Gujarat, India. He completed matriculation in 1919, BA in 1923 and MA in 1925 from Surat. Narmad Suvarna Chandrak (Gujarati: નર્મદ સુવર્ણ ચંદ્રક), also known as the Narmad Gold Medal or Narmad Chandrak, is a literary honour in Gujarat, India. Born in Surat and educated in languages, he edited a daily for several years. Pravin Darji is Gujarati essayist, poet, critic and editor from India. Jyotindra Hariharshankar Dave was a Gujarati humourist writer from India. [5]. [1][2] He also briefly worked as a clerk in a post office. Personal life. Chandrakant Sheth is a Gujarati poet, essayist, critic, translator and compiler from Gujarat, India. Jyotindra Dave. He also writes plays and criticism as well as edits works. From 1933 to 1937, he taught Gujarati language at MTB College, Surat. Dave married Karsukhben in 1929, and they had a daughter Rama, and two son, Pradip and Asit. It is bestowed by the organisation known as Narmad Sahitya Sabha, Surat, in remembrance of renowned Gujarati poet Narmad. He received Ranjitram Suvarna Chandrak in 1984 and Sahitya Akademi Award in 1988. [1] [2] His house is located in Amliran area of Surat. [4] His most acclaimed work is the autobiographical humourous novel Enjoygraphy (1997), which is a satire on his experience with heart disease and angiography, medical profession and hospital management. Jyotindra Hariharshankar Dave was a Gujarati humourist writer from India. After working for some years as a teacher, he joined the state school textbook board until his retirement in 1998. He later obtained a BEd to teach in schools. In India, it is the official language in the state of Gujarat, as well as an official language in the union territories of Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli. Ame Badha is a Gujarati humorous novel co-authored by Dhansukhlal Mehta and Jyotindra Dave, published in 1935. Gujarati is part of the greater Indo-European language family. He has also written a Gujarati comedy TV series, Professor Zunzunwala. [1][2], He co-edited theAkhand Anand magazine for seven years and was a committee member of the Gujarat Sahitya Sabha. In 1994, Borisagar published his first humourous novel, Sambhavami Yuge Yuge, in which he represented the title character from the Gujarati classic novel Bhadrambhadra in contemporary milieu with light criticism of Sardar Sarovar Dam,[1][2] the world's second biggest dam in terms of volume of concrete used. Dave's first humorous sketches were published in literary journals from 1927 to 1932 under the pseudonym of Gupta.

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