Marathi Journalism in the 19th century

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Marathi Journalism in the 19th century

  1. 1. MARATHI JOURNALISM <br />In The 19th Century<br />
  2. 2. THE BEGINNINGS <br />On January 6, 1832, Bal ShastriJambhekarbegan Darpan, a Marathi-English fortnightly magazine<br />By May 1832 it became an 8 page weekly<br />It was the first medium of Marathi expression<br />
  3. 3. PRABHAKAR (1841) <br />On 24 October 1841, GovindVithalKunte began Prabhakar<br />Kuntewas the first professional Marathi journalist<br />Prabhakareulogised Indian art and culture<br />
  4. 4. JNYADODAYA (1842) <br />Jnyanodaya was begun in 1842 by Christian missionaries in Western India.<br />
  5. 5. JNYAN PRAKASH (1849) <br />JnyanPrakash was begun on 12 February 1849 inPune<br />It was edited by KrishnarajTrimbakRanade<br />It was a weekly till 1904, when it became a daily<br />It ceased publication in 1951<br />It was a prestigious journal and supported education and social reform<br />HariNarayanApte, a famous Marathi novelist served as its editor<br />Some of its contributors included MahadevGovindRanadeand Gopal Krishna Gokhale<br />
  6. 6. THE EARLY YEARS <br />In the early years of Marathi journalism, most periodicals were concerned with spreading education and knowledge<br />These include <br /><ul><li>Jaganmitra (from Ratnagiri), 
  7. 7. ShubhSuchak (from Satara), 
  8. 8. VartamanDipika, VartamanSangrah</li></li></ul><li>INDUPRAKASH (1862) <br />In 1862, Induprakash was begun in Bombay (now Mumbai)<br />It was a <br /><ul><li>bilingual journal,
  9. 9. edited by M.G. Ranade</li></ul>It <br /><ul><li>criticisedorthodoxy and
  10. 10. was the mouthpiece of many social reforms </li></li></ul><li>DEENABANDHU (1877) <br />In 1877, JyotibaPhuleand KrishnaraoBhaskarbegan Deenabandhu, as part of the Dalitupliftmentmovement<br />Deenabandhuwas the organ of the SatyashodhakSamaj founded by Phule<br />
  11. 11. KESARI (1881) <br />On 4 January 1881, Bal GangadharTilakbegan Kesari, along with GopalGaneshAgarkar<br />
  12. 12. SUDHARAK (1887) <br />In 1887, Agarkar left to start Sudharak (bilingual) along with Gopal Krishna Gokhale<br />After Agarkar's death in 1895, it ceased publication<br />
  13. 13. VARTAHAR (1889)<br />In 1889, K. Navalkar started the weekly Vartaharto highlight atrocities committed by Europeans <br />
  14. 14. KARMANUK (1890)<br />In 1890, HaribhauAptebegan Karmanuk as a family entertainment paper<br />It contained articles on science <br />
  15. 15. BHOOT (1890) <br />In 1890, AnandraoRamachandraDharandharstarted Bhoot <br />Published on every new and full moon day <br />It was the first Marathi paper to carry cartoons on political and social matters<br />It was very popular but ceased publication in 1904<br />
  16. 16. THANK YOU <br />SaurabhDeshpande<br />
  17. 17. LINK <br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marathi_literature#Marathi_Journalism<br />

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