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Builders of Modern Karnataka

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Keywords: writer, india, kannada, karnataka, poet, dramatist

Virupaksha Nayak
Nayak operated the "Ranga Torana" monthly dedicated to theatrical arts
Theater Activist Nayak
Freedom Fighter V.V. Patil
V. V. Patil

N. S. Hardikar (1889-1975)
Dr. Narayan Subbarao Hardikar
Freedom Fighters of Karnataka
Lion of Karnataka
Freedom Fighter Gangadharrao Deshpande

Bhimrao Balaji Potdar
Potdar was a Congress leader from Belgaum
Freedom Fighters of Karnataka
Scholar Ti. Nam. Shree.
T.N. Srikantaih (Tinamshri)
Kannada scholar and an authority on Kannada poetics

Missionary Herman Mongling
Early German missionary who worked for Kannada
Makers of Modern Karnataka
Awakening of Kannada
Kadapa Raghavendrarayaru
Kannada researcher and Kannada activist

Sali Ramachandraraya
Kannada poet, freedom fighter for India
Leaders of Karnataka
Awakening of Karnataka
Huilgol Narayana Rao
Rao is most remembered for "Udayavagali namma chaluva kannada nadu"

Poet Shantakavi
One of the foremost Kannada writers and Keertankars
Awakeing of Karnataka
Freedom Fighters of Karnataka
K. Chengalaraya Reddy
Eminent Parlimentatian from Mysore State

Muduvidu Krishnarao
Krishnarao fought for unification of Karnataka
Orator and Writer Krishnarao
A Jaina Leader of Mysore State
Portrait of M.L. Vardhamanaiah
A generous donor and an prominent leader of the Jaina community in Karnataka, Vadhamanaih led the arrangements for the 1925 Mahamastakabhisheka of Sravanabelagola. He built many charitable institutions in Mysore.

A Conference of People's Socialist Party
Mysore State, 1958
Leaders of Former Mysore State
Lingayat Community
Hardekar Manjappa (1886-1947)
Manjappa was known as the "Gandhi of Karnataka"


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