About: Bakor Patel

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Bakor Patel is children's literature character created by Hariprasad Vyas for talking animal stories published by Gandiv, a children's biweekly in Gujarati language published by Gandiv Sahitya Mandir, Surat, Gujarat, India. The humorous stories about Bakor Patel written by Vyas which first appeared in 1936 and continued till 1955. The stories include other anthropomorphic characters including his wife, Shakri Patlani. The stories were accompanied with an illustration and title printed in typical typography which were drawn by two Surat based artist brothers, Tansukh and Mansukh. The character became the icon of Gujarati children's literature and was adapted into a children's play.

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  • Bakor Patel is children's literature character created by Hariprasad Vyas for talking animal stories published by Gandiv, a children's biweekly in Gujarati language published by Gandiv Sahitya Mandir, Surat, Gujarat, India. The humorous stories about Bakor Patel written by Vyas which first appeared in 1936 and continued till 1955. The stories include other anthropomorphic characters including his wife, Shakri Patlani. The stories were accompanied with an illustration and title printed in typical typography which were drawn by two Surat based artist brothers, Tansukh and Mansukh. The character became the icon of Gujarati children's literature and was adapted into a children's play. (en)
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  • 1936
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  • Bakor Patel depicted as an anthropomorphic goat reading newspaper and wearing paghadi, kurta and dhoti (en)
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  • No (en)
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  • Gujarati (en)
  • Gandiv by Gandiv Sahitya Mandir, Surat (en)
  • Tansukh, Mansukh, V. Ramanuj (en)
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  • 1936 (xsd:integer)
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  • Male (en)
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  • 1955 (xsd:integer)
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  • Artists (en)
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  • Bakor Patel (en)
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  • Vaghjibhai Vakil, Hathishankar Dhamdhamiya, Untadiya Vaidya (en)
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  • Goat (en)
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  • Shakri Patlani (en)
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  • Bakor Patel is children's literature character created by Hariprasad Vyas for talking animal stories published by Gandiv, a children's biweekly in Gujarati language published by Gandiv Sahitya Mandir, Surat, Gujarat, India. The humorous stories about Bakor Patel written by Vyas which first appeared in 1936 and continued till 1955. The stories include other anthropomorphic characters including his wife, Shakri Patlani. The stories were accompanied with an illustration and title printed in typical typography which were drawn by two Surat based artist brothers, Tansukh and Mansukh. The character became the icon of Gujarati children's literature and was adapted into a children's play. (en)
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  • Bakor Patel (en)
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