Baburao Bagul

(17 July 1930 - 26 March 2008 / Vihitgaon, Nashik district, Maharashtra / India)

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Baburao Bagul (Devanagari: बाबुराव बागूल) was a Marathi writer from Maharashtra, India; a pioneer of Dalit literature in Marathi and an important figure in the Indian short story during late 20th century, when it experienced a radical departure from the past, with the advent of Dalit writers such as him.

He is most known for his works such as, "Jevha Mi Jaat Chorli" (1963), " Maran Swasta Hot Ahe" (1969), "Dalit Sahitya Ajache Kranti Vigyan", "Sud" (1970), and "Ambedkar Bharat".

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Baburao Ramaji Bagul was born in Nashik in 1930. After high school education, he did various manual jobs until 1968. While ... more »

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