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‘An evening with Govind Pansare in Kolhapur’



गोविंद पानसरे के साथ कोल्हापुर की वह शाम

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About The Author


Urmilesh is a prominent name in Hindi journalism. Apart from being a journalist for the past 38 years, Urmilesh has authored and edited several books. His works include ‘Bihar ka Sach’ (1991), ‘Yoddha Mahapandit (1993), ‘Rahul Sankrityayan : Srijan aur Sangharsh’ (1994), ‘Jharkhand: Jadu Zameen ka Andhera’ (1999), ‘Jhelum Kinare Dahakte Chinar’ (2004), ‘Kashmir: Virasat aur Siyasat’ (2006), ‘Bharat mein Aarthik Sudhar ke Do Dashak’ (edited, 2010), ‘Christenia Meri Jaan’ (2016) and ‘Ghazipur ke Christopher Caudwell’ (2021).

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