Nanalal Dalpatram Kavi [Kavishwar] (16 March 1877 - 9 January 1946 / Gujarat / India)
Nanalal Dalpatram Kavi (Gujarati: નાનાલાલ દલપતરામ કવિ) was a noted author, poet of Gujarati literature, and was given a title of "Kavishwar" (God of Poets) by people of Gujarat. His name is sometimes spelt Nhanalal.
Nanalal was born on March 16, 1877 as the fourth son of Dalpatram, the illustrious and popular poet of the second half of the last century, who was a pioneer of modern Gujarati Poetry. After passing his M.A., Nanalal served as a Headmaster of the Princes’ School at Sadra and later joined the Rajkumar College, Rajkot. He then became the Chief Justice of the Native State of Rajkot ... more »
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- Andheri Nagari
- Are, Rudo Manav Deh Avyo
- Ek Saranaivalo
- Hari! Aavoonee!
- Mhaara keesarabhiina kantha hoo!
- Paarthanee kahoo caḍaavee baaṇa
- Vandhani patnijhankhana
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