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Śrīnivāsarāvu, Kōlācalaṃ, 1854-1919


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    • Kōlācalaṃ Śrīnivāsarāvu, 1854-1919
    • Srinivasa Rao, Kolachalam, 1854-1919
    • Kolachalam Srinivasa Rao, 1854-1919
    • Rao, Kolachalam Srinivasa, 1854-1919
    • Kolachalam Sreenivasa Rao, 1854-1919
    • Sreenivasa Rao, Kolachalam, 1854-1919
    • Rao, Kolachalam Sreenivasa, 1854-1919
    • Srinivasa Row, K. (Kolachalam), 1854-1919
    • Row, K. Srinivasa (Kolachalam Srinivasa), 1854-1919
    • Srinivasa Rau, K. (Kolachalam), 1854-1919
    • Rau, K. Srinivasa (Kolachalam Srinivasa), 1854-1919
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        (edtf) 1854
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1919
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        (naf) Bellary (India)
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    • found: Gangappa, S. Kōlācalaṃ Śrīnivāsarāvu, 1977:t.p. (Kōlācalaṃ Śrīnivāsarāvu) data from India (Kolachalam Srinivasa Rao; b. 1854; d. 1919)
    • found: Bib. of Indian lit, 1974(Kōlācalaṃ Śrīnivāsarāvu)
    • found: Anyāya Dhanyapurī mahimamu, 1914:t.p. (Kolachalam Sreenivasa Rao)
    • found: The three Brahmanical sects. A lecture delivered at the Sanmarga Samag, Bellary, [1894]p. [1] (Mr. K. Srinivasa Row B.A.)
    • found: East coast worthies, 1901:t.p. (introduction by Mr. K. Srinivasa Rau, B.A., first grade pleader, Bellary)
    • found: The dramatic history of the world, 1908:t.p. (Kolachelam Sreenivasa Rao)
    • found: Encyclopaedia of Indian literature: Sasay to Zorgot, 1992:p. 4172 (Srinivasa Rao, Kolachalam (Telugu; b. 1854, d. 1919) was born at Kamalapuram, near Hampi, in Bellary district. While still young, he gained proficiency in Telugu, Kannada, Sanskrit and English. After passing the B.A. examination, he worked for a couple of years as a Revenue Inspector ... He resigned his job and set himself up as a lawyer at Bellary. He produced his first play, Sunandini parinayam, in 1892. From then on he continued to write, and produced as many as twenty-eight plays.)
  • LC Classification

    • PL4780.9.S6514
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    • 1984-09-10: new
    • 2019-02-06: revised
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