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Sir Ramanbhai Nilkanth, R.B (Gujarati: રમણભાઈ નીલકંઠ; 1868–1928) was a noted author of Gujarati literature. He was also the Mayor of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation.He belonged to "Pandit-Yug" or "Goverdhan-Yug". His father, Mahipatram Rupram Nilkanth, was also an author and social worker.He wrote two classics of Gujarati literature namely "Bhadram-Bhadra" and "Rai no Parvat".Ramanbhai Nilkanth was a renowned short story writer and his wife – Lady Vidyagauri – was one of the state’s first women graduates.His daughter, Vinodinee Neelkanth, was perhaps the first Gujarati woman to get a post-graduate degree from the US. Though she was not a feminist in strictest sense, she perhaps is the first Gujarati novelist to have written a column for 40 years in a Gujarati daily – Gujarat Samachar.This

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  • Sir Ramanbhai Nilkanth, R.B (Gujarati: રમણભાઈ નીલકંઠ; 1868–1928) was a noted author of Gujarati literature. He was also the Mayor of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation.He belonged to "Pandit-Yug" or "Goverdhan-Yug". His father, Mahipatram Rupram Nilkanth, was also an author and social worker.He wrote two classics of Gujarati literature namely "Bhadram-Bhadra" and "Rai no Parvat".Ramanbhai Nilkanth was a renowned short story writer and his wife – Lady Vidyagauri – was one of the state’s first women graduates.His daughter, Vinodinee Neelkanth, was perhaps the first Gujarati woman to get a post-graduate degree from the US. Though she was not a feminist in strictest sense, she perhaps is the first Gujarati novelist to have written a column for 40 years in a Gujarati daily – Gujarat Samachar.This
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  • Sir Ramanbhai Nilkanth, R.B (Gujarati: રમણભાઈ નીલકંઠ; 1868–1928) was a noted author of Gujarati literature. He was also the Mayor of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation.He belonged to "Pandit-Yug" or "Goverdhan-Yug". His father, Mahipatram Rupram Nilkanth, was also an author and social worker.He wrote two classics of Gujarati literature namely "Bhadram-Bhadra" and "Rai no Parvat".Ramanbhai Nilkanth was a renowned short story writer and his wife – Lady Vidyagauri – was one of the state’s first women graduates.His daughter, Vinodinee Neelkanth, was perhaps the first Gujarati woman to get a post-graduate degree from the US. Though she was not a feminist in strictest sense, she perhaps is the first Gujarati novelist to have written a column for 40 years in a Gujarati daily – Gujarat Samachar.This noted philanthropist and humorist writer, Ramanbhai Nilkanth, became the first Hon. Secretary. of the Ahmedabad Red Cross founded in 1923.
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