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Ranade, Mahadev Govind, Rao Bahadur, 1842-1901

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    • Mādhavarāva Rānaḍe, Rao Bahadur, 1842-1901
    • Mahādeva Govinda Rāṇaḍe, Rao Bahadur, 1842-1901
    • Mātava Kōvinta Rān̲aṭē, Rao Bahadur, 1842-1901
    • Ranade, M. G. (Mahadev Govind), Rao Bahadur, 1842-1901
    • Rānāḍe, Ma. Go., Rao Bahadur, 1842-1901
    • Rānaḍe, Mādhavarāva, Rao Bahadur, 1842-1901
    • Rān̲aṭē, Mātava Kōvinta, Rao Bahadur, 1842-1901
    • Mahadeo Govind Ranade, 1842-1901
    • Ranade, Mahadeo Govind, 1842-1901
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    • found: LC data base, 1/27/86(hdg.: Ranade, Mahadev Govīnd, Rao Bahadur, 1842-1901; usages: M.G. Ranade; Mahadeo Govind Ranade; Mahadev Govind Ranade)
    • found: nuc85-66811: His Essays on Indian economics, 1982(hdg. on MnU rept.: Ranade, Mahadev Govīnd, Rao Bahadur, 1842-1901; usage: M.G. Ranade)
    • found: Samājaparivartanācyā sandarbhāta Mahātmā Phule āṇi ... 1988:t.p. (Nyāyamūrti Mādhavarāva Rānaḍe)
    • found: Marāthī vāñmayāc abhivr̥ddhi, 1913:t.p. (Ma. Go. Rānāḍe)
    • found: Mātava Kōvinta Rān̲aṭē, 1920.
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed 18 May 2018(Mahadev Govind Ranade (18 January 1842 - 16 January 1901) was a distinguished Indian scholar, social reformer and author. He was a founding member of the Indian National Congress, a member of the Bombay Legislative Council, a member of the Indian Finance Committee and a judge of the Bombay High Court. He helped to establish the Vaktruttvottejak Sabha, the Poona Sarvajanik Sabha and the Prarthana Samaj, and edited a Bombay Anglo-Marathi daily paper, the Induprakash, founded on his ideology of social and religious reform. Ranade was a founder of the Social Conference movement, directing his social reform efforts against child marriage, the shaving of widows' heads, the heavy cost of marriage and the caste restrictions on travelling abroad, and he strenuously advocated widow remarriage and female education. He was one of the founders of the Widow Marriage Association in 1861.)
    • found: Mahadeo Govind Ranade, 2015:t.p. (Mahadeo Govind Ranade) page 4-12 (born January 18, 1842 at Niphad in Nashik; died January 16, 1901) back cove (an important leader of Indian reformation movement and reinterpreted his religious philosophy by zynthezing teaching of the Brahmo Samaj, the western ethics and the Marathi saint poets)
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