Amol Goshti by Sane Guruji (Marathi)

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Story Title: Amol Goshti
Writer: Sane Guruji
Storyteller: Dhananjay Shinde
Language: Marathi
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Summary in Marathi
संस्कारक्षम अश्या लहान वयातच मुलांना नैतिक शिकवण देणाऱ्या थोरामोठ्यांच्या गोष्टी सांगितल्या तर मुलांचे व्यक्तिमत्त्व फुलविण्यास त्या नक्कीच मदत करतात. साने गुरुजींनी लिहिलेले अमोल गोष्टी हे पुस्तक असंच असून साध्या सोप्या भाषेमुळे व त्यातील नितीगुणांमुळे त्या गोष्टी मुलांनी जरूर वाचाव्यात. हा अमोल खजिना खरोखर मूल्यशिक्षण घडविणाराच आहे.
Source: http://www.bookganga.com/eBooks/Books/Details/5758676104933415456

Summary in English
Famous Marathi Book by renowned Marathi author Sane Gurji.
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About Sane Guruji

Pandurang Sadashiv Sane, better known as `Sane Guruji’ is known to be an emotional, sensitive freedom fighter. His literature, aimed at educating children, continues to inspire the young and old.

Sane Guruji was a great patriot who loved his country with all his heart. Pandurang Sadashiv Sane was a great and eminent Marathi writer. His greatest story, ‘Shyamchi Ayi ‘ is biographical and has been filmed in Marathi. He was a student of philosophy, a lover of students, a powerful speaker and a writer of several poems and stories. A freedom fighter who was imprisoned several times, he started a weekly called Sadhana after independence.

His major novels are Shyamchi Aai (Shyam’s Mother), Astik (The Believer), God Shevat (Sweet Ending), and a marathi translation of Tolstoy’s book What is Art?, entitled Kala Mhanaje Kay? Guruji’s contribution to children’s literature remains unparalled to this day. His God Goshti (Sweet Stories) includes simplified and abridged versions of world classics like Hugo’s Les Miserables and Goethe’s Faust.

Freedom fighter, follower of Gandhi. He wrote a book titled ” Bharati saunskruti.” He worked tirelessly for the welfare of untouchables. The Sadhana weekly, started by him in August 1948 as a vehicle of socio-cultural emancipation, continues to spread his message. An Indian postage stamp is issued in his honour.

Read more about him here – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pandurang_Sadashiv_Sane

 

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