Vijay Tendulkar

Vijay Tendulkar (Marathi:विजय तेंडुलकर)(January 6, 1928 - May 19, 2008) was a leading Indian playwright, movie and television writer, literary essayist, political journalist, and social commentator primarily in Marāthi. He is best known for his plays, Shāntatā! Court Chālu ĀheGhāshirām Kotwāl (1972), and Sakhārām Binder (1972).Many of Tendulkar's plays derived inspiration from real-life incidents or social upheavals, which provides clear light on harsh realities. He even provided his guidance to students studying “Playwright writing” in US universities. For over five decades, Tendulkar had been a highly influential dramatist and theater personality in Mahārāshtra. (1967),

Novels: Kadambari Ek (Novel: One) (1996),Kādambari: Don (Novel: Two) (2005)

Short Story Anthologies: Dwandwa ((Duel) (1961), Phulāpākhare (Butterflies) (1970)

Plays: Gruhastha (Householder) (1947) ,Shrimant (The Rich) (1956) , Mānoos Nāwāche Bet (An Island Named 'Man') (1958) , Thief! Police!, Bāle Miltāt (1960), Gidhāde (The Vultures) (1961), Pātlāchyā Poriche Lagin (Marriage of a Village Mayor's Daughter) (1965), Shāntatā! Court Chālu Aahe (Hindi: Khāmosh! Adālat Jāri Hai) (Silence! The Court is in Session) (1967), Ajgar Ani Gandharwa (A Boa Constrictor and "Gandharwa"), Sakhārām Binder (Sakhārām, the Book-Binder) (1972), Kamalā ("Kamala") (1981), Mādi [in Hindi], Kanyādān (Giving Away of a Daughter in Marriage) (1983),Anji , Dāmbadwichā Mukābalā (Encounter in Umbugland), Ashi Pākhare Yeti (Hindi: Panchi Aise Aate Hain) (Thus Arrive the Birds), Kutte , Safar/Cyclewallah (The Cyclist) (1991) , The Masseur (2001) , Pāhije Jātiche (It Has to Be in One's Blood), Jāt Hi Poochho Sādhu Ki (Ask a Fakir's Lineage), Mājhi Bahin (My Sister), Jhālā Ananta Hanumanta ("Infinite" Turned "Hanumanta") , Footpāyrichā Samrāt (Sidewalk Emperor) , Mitrāchi Goshta (A Friend's Story) (2001), Anand Owari [A play based on a novel by D. B. Mokashi], Bhāu MurārRāo , Bhalyākākā, Mee Jinkalo Mee Haralo (I won, I Lost), His Fifth Woman [in English] (2004), Bebi

Musicals : Ghashiram Kotwal (Ghashiram, the Constable) (1972)

Translations : Mohan Rakesh's Adhe Adhure (originally in Hindi), Girish Karnad's Tughlaq (originally in Kannada), Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire (originally in English)


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