Buy it from:
Size: 0.20" wide x 0.31" long
About the AuthorThe Late Vidyadhar Gangadhar PundalikVidyadhar G.Pundalik, a professor, author and playwright from Pune, India, was best known for his controversial plays and stories that highlight the changing values in society and their ethical and psychological ramifications. His most famous works includeMata Draupadi,Charvak, this one-act play,Chakra, and short story collection calledPopati Chaukat. As a member of the General Council of the prestigiousSahitya Academy, India's foremost literary body and recipient of several awards during his lifetime, his contributions to Indian literature were recognized and celebrated, and his work continues to inspire many to this day, long after his demise.About the TranslatorDr. Vijaya BapatVijaya Bapat is a retired pediatrician who served as Chief of Maternal and Child Health Section for the State of Connecticut and Assistant Chief for the State of North Carolina. She also served as Lieutenant Colonel n the United States National Guard. A writer of prose and poetry in Marathi and Hindi, her published works include'Mera Dawa'and'Pravasini ke Bol.'Dr. Bapat helped found a literary magazine,Asmita, she has also translated three books from English to Marathi,Breaking Points,Man's Search for Meaning, andPrisoners of Our Thoughts. She founded a local community theater for adults,'Rasik Rangmanch'and a children's theater group,'Kilbil Kalavishkar'in Cary, NC. She has also taught Marathi to hundreds of children through the Marathi language program she founded almost two decades ago. Dr. Bapat volunteers on mental and public health issues, and also founded Sneha, a women's crisis support group in Connecticut.Neesha Mirchandani (http://niya.org) is the author ofWisdom Song: the Life of Baba Amte (Roli Books, 2006)and guerilla marketing consultant to small businesses and nonprofits.