D.V. Gundappa- Makers of Indian Literature (An Old and Rare Book)
|Publisher:||SAHITYA AKADEMI, DELHI|
|Other Details||8.50x5.50 inches|
Devanahalli Venkataramaiah Gundappa (DVG) earned reputation by the dint of his unerring sincerity and self-reliance, hard work. His writings, namely criticism of the governance, en hancement of facilities for public life, philosophical thoughts strove for the improvement of living conditions of man. Journalism was the very soul of his life. His life was an example of Vidyaranny's message, namely ("Gnaninacharikumsakyam Sammyakrajyadi Loukikaha.") Striving for the welfare of society, and for the pro motion of quality of political life, he lived in poverty. DVG was a treasure-house of memory and the study of his books was an education by itself. Here is a pen portrait of the personality of that great genius and the picture of the vast field of his works.
This book is written by Sri G. Venkatasubbiah, a senior writer and a close friend of D.V.G. Sri Venkatasubbaiah who has made a notable contribution to Kannada linguistics and literature, was the Editor-in-Chief of Kannada-Kannada Dictionary published by the Kannada Sahitya Parishat. He also has many research publications to his credit.
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