Zinabhai ratanji desai biography of christopher
His first short story was published in children's weekly Zagmag. Chief Ministers of Gujarat.
His family is native of Sayla. He completed Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in and respectively from Gujarat University with Gujarati as a major subject. He joined Navgujarat College in Ahmedabad as a professor in He became Reader in and Professor in He became Head of Department in November and the Director, School of languages in and served till He was elected Dean, Faculty of Arts and served for two years also.
Twenty students received Ph. He had worked as a sports commentator also.
He started writing at the age of eleven. His first short story was published in children's weekly Zagmag. His first book Vatan, Tara Ratan when he was in college.
Inhe started writing column in Gujarat Samachar and his first book, a children's biography, Lal Gulab on Lal Bahadur Shastri was published in The book was successful and he wrote full biography Mahamanav Shastri on him in Subsequently he wrote several biographies.
He also created as a wit and humour character Damodar Mehta for children's books.
He also served as a president of Gujarati Sahitya Parishad. Desai is prolific writer. Apragat Madhyakalin Kritio is his research work in medieval works. He has also published collections of philosophical essays.
He has written two books on journalism, Akhabari LekhanSahitya ane Patrakaratva He has also published some books in English and contributed in field of sports also. Antarpat is novel about social and cultural dimensions.
Matodu ne Tulsi is his play collection. Bharat na Ghadvaiya is biography collection. Pratisad is his book on criticism.
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He was awarded Presidents Award as the best teacher in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gujarati Sahitya Parishad in Gujarati.
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