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Writers whose works became Copyright Free on  01/01/2013

Kishorlal Mashruwala Kishorlal Mashruwala -(1890-1952)

Biographer, essayist and translator

Works: (Gujarati)

Ram Ane Krsna (1923)
Isu Khrust (1925)
Buddha Ane Mahavir (1926)
Sahajanand Swami (1926)
Kelavanina Paya (1925)
Kelavnivivek (1949)

Balwantrai Thakor (1869-1952)

one of the greatest pioneers of the Pandit yug in Gujarati poetry.

Works: (Gujarati)

Bani Kanta Kakoti Bani Kanta Kakoti (1894-1952)

has immense contribution to the Assamese language in terms of literature,  comparative religion

Works: (Assamese)

*Assamese: Its Formation and Development ( 1941)
*Purani Axhomiya Xhahitya ( 1940)
*Life and Teachings of Shankardeva -(english)
*Vishnuite Myths and Legends ( 1952) - (english)
*Kalita Jaatir Itibritta

Paramhans Yogananda Paramahansa Yogananda (1893-1952)

Born Mukunda Lal Ghosh, an Indian yogi and guru who introduced  western world to the teachings of meditation and Kriya Yoga

Works: (English)

Autobiography of a Yogi

Mohitlal Majumdar Mohitlal Majumdar (1888-1952)

A renowned Bengali author who started as a poet, but later migrated to literary criticism. One of the first Bengali poets to pose a challenge to Tagore by criticizing his literary canons

Works: (Bengali)

Svapan Pasari (1922)
Smara Garal (1936)

MP Paul M. P. Paul (1904-1952)

A scholar and a well-known literary critic of Malayalam. He was among the torchbearers of the progressive literature movement (purogamanasaahitya prasthaanam) in Kerala.

Works: (Malayalam)

Adavi Bapi Raju Adavi Bapi Raju (1895-1952)

A famous Telugu novelist, poet, playwright, painter and art director

Works: (Telugu)

Narayanarao (Novel)
Gona Ganna Reddy (Novel)

Garimella Satyanarayana Garimella Satyanarayana (1893-1952)

A Poet and Freedom Fighter of Andhra Pradesh, India. He made Telugu song a powerful instrument of mass-movement. He also translated ‘Kural and Nalayiram from Tamil

Works: (Telugu)

Swaraajya geetamulu (1921)
Harijana paatalu (1923)
Khandakaavyalu, baalageetaalu (1926)
Telugu translation of the Economic Conquest of India by Bhogaraju Pattabhi Sitaramayya.

Narayana Rao Chilkuri Narayana Rao Chilukuri (1890-1952)

Well-known lexicographer, historian and scholar. Published “aandhra Bhaashaa caritraM” (1937) and a revised version of Sankaranarayana’s English-Telugu Dictionary, etc.

Works: (Telugu)

Gulam Ahmad Mahjoor Ghulam Ahmad Mahjoor (1885-1952)

A renowned poet of the J&K Kashmir Valley. He is especially noted for introducing a new style into Kashmiri poetry and for expanding Kashmiri poetry into previously unexplored thematic realms. In addition to his poems in Kashmiri, Mahjoor is also noted for his poetic compositions in Persian and Urdu. A profile and translation of many of his poems. English translations are not out of copyright

Works: (Kashmiri,Persian & Urdu)

Rashid Jahan

Rashid Jahan (1905-1952)

An Urdu writer who inaugurated a new era of Urdu literature written by women. She wrote short-stories and plays and is perhaps best remembered for her involvement with the explosive Angarey (1931), a collection of groundbreaking and unconventional short stories written by young writers in Urdu like Sajjad Zaheer and Ahmed Ali.

Works: (Urdu)

  Amir Ahmad Alavi (1879-1952)
Urdu critic

Works: (Urdu)

Mathnaviyat (1936) – A discussion of Masnavis from 1857
Tadhkira-i-Rind – A biographical account of Rind


Charuchandra Datta

Principal of Visvabharati College. Retired from ICS. Books available on Google Books.

Works: (Bengali)

  K. Godavarma (1902-1952)

Linguist. Worked on Malayalam. Books listed on Google Books.

Works: (Malayalam)

  Kaveripatna Sidhanatha Venkataramani  (1891-1952)
A novelist, short-story writer and essayist in English and Tamil.

Works: (English,Tamil)

Murugan The Tiller (1927)
Kundan The Patriot (1932)

Brajendranath Banrejee

Bengali literary historiographer. His main contribution to Bengali literature is his biographies of Bengali writers who were involved in the social and literary movements of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Works: (Bengali)










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