2 edition of Bhoḷānātha Sārābhāīnuṃ jīvanacarita found in the catalog.
Title from title screens.Originally published: 1867.Prakalpa saṃyojaka: Dīpaka Mahetā.--Disc label.Eka durlabha pustakano navo avatāra--Disc label.Digitizedunder a project undertaken by Shree Forbes Gujarati Sabha, Mumbai to preserve the collection of 19th century Gujarati publications available in its library in PDF format.System requirements: PC or compatible; Windows 98 ot later ; Acrobat reader.In Gujarati.
|Statement||Phārbasa Gujarātī Sabhā|
|Publishers||Phārbasa Gujarātī Sabhā|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
On Bhoḷānātha Sārābhāī, 1822-1886, Hindu religious leader File Size: 10MB.
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He was born in an orthodox religious family and believed in idol worship but adopted belief in a formless god. He adopted the abhanga and the 'dindi' form of poetry from Deccan. He died on 11 May 1886. He was elevated to the post of first class sub-judge. MI and the Abhangamala Vol. Series SAMP early 20th-century Indian books project ;, item 14981. His Bhoḷānātha Sārābhāīnuṃ jīvanacarita is a poetry in and dindi forms of poetry from South India.
Last two sections are completed by his son, Narsinhrao Divetia, as he died before completion. Works He knew Gujarati, English, Marathi, Persian and Sanskrit languages. Amaresh Datta Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature - 8126011947 - 1988 Volume 2 - Page 1052 "He had a scientific knowledge of music which was best utilized in his poems in the Ishvar prarthanamala.
Last two sections are completed by his son, Narsinhrao Divetia, as he died before completion.
He died on 11 May 1886.
He was born in an orthodox religious family and believed in idol worship but adopted belief in a formless god.