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Yadunath Dattatray Thatte (Devanagari: यदुनाथ दत्तात्रय थत्ते; 5 October 1922 – 10 May 1998) was a Marathi journalist, editor, biographer, social worker and socialist leader from Maharashtra, India.[1][2]

Born at Yeola in the Nashik district, Thatte was one of the prominent leaders of the Indian independence movement in Maharashtra. In 1942, he was sentenced to six months imprisonment for participating in the Quit India Movement.[2]

Thatte was the editor of the Socialist weekly Sadhana (साधना) from 1956–1982, and a long-time activist in the Rashtra Seva Dal.[2]

Besides biographies of Homi Bhabha, Niels Bohr, C. V. Raman, Earnest R. Ford, Satish Chandra Dasgupta, and Jagdish Chandra Basu, he wrote the following books:

  • Mastakī Himālaya, Antaraṅgī Aṅgāra (1990)
  • Cār Pharār (1990)
  • Phulatā Nikhārā (1980)
  • Sadānand (1978)
  • Sarahadda Gāndhī (1969)
  • Āpalā Māna, Āpalā Abhimāna (1966)
  • Akshayapātra (1962)
  • Gahina

References[edit]

  1. ^ Saha, Muralidhara Ba (2004). Yadunatha Thatte : savyasācī patrakāra va samājasevaka (in Marathi). Mumbai: Maharashtra Rajya Sahitya ani Sanskriti mandal. OCLC 57393876. 
  2. ^ a b c "Socialist leader Thatte dead". Indian Express. 1998-05-11. Retrieved 2009-06-26. 

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Pune Mirror
Fri, 22 Aug 2014 14:00:00 -0700

Kannada litterateur U R Ananthamurthy, who passed away in Bangalore on Friday, had a strong connect with Pune, having served as the Chairman of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) between 2002 to 2011, with two extensions in between.
 
Economic Times
Tue, 11 Feb 2014 05:06:47 -0800

Terming it, the University on Wheels, he with his dream-mates Yadunath Thatte and S.N.Subba Rao (Bhaiji) led a dedicated band of youth from Kanyakumari to Kashmir and then from Arunachal Pradesh to Gujarat, knocking at people's doors, understanding ...

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Daily News & Analysis
Sun, 03 Nov 2013 11:10:00 -0800

Azam Mihir Thatte is the grandson of socialist leader of yesteryears late Yadunath Thatte, who was a contemporary of the late SM Joshi and late NG Goray. Born on August 19, 1981, Azam, after graduating in engineering at Pune left for Pennsylvania ...

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Frontline
Wed, 02 Apr 2014 00:18:34 -0700

He does not agree with critics like Yadunath Thatte who want to enlarge the rasa theory to include revolt and cry as the tenth and eleventh rasas. What is needed is a new aesthetics that takes into account the “differentness” of Dalit writing in ...
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