K. M. Munshi

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Freedom Fighter and Scholar K. M. Munshi
Kanhaiyalal Maneklal Munshi founded the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan


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    Picture of Purushottam Bhat and Gajanan PrabhuPortrait of M. R. PaiPortrait of Ramdas M. PaiPortrait of Kasturi Mohan PaiPortrait of Eric OzarioPortrait of N. Purushothama MallayaPortrait of Ratnavarma HeggadePortrait of Manjayya HeggadeBaje Krishna Kamat of SringeriArtist Mukta Venkatesh at the age of 100Portrait of Sachdev NagarkarThe Upanayanam Ceremony for Madiman Brothers
    Picture of Rukmabai KamatPicture of Mukta Sidenur with son RajeshPicture of Shankara KantuPicture of Uday Ganapati ShanbhagBusinessman Jaivant Desai with wife Sudha DesaiBabysitter Tara MestaPicture of  Madhukar Narasimha DesaiBhimsen Joshi Rendering a KhayalBhimsen Joshi (on left) with India GandhiChitra VisweswaranNaushad Ali with  Anita Sen, Sushilarani Baburao PatelBhalachandra B. Burde of Kumta
    Colleagues Sadar, Udayadri, MSP Prabhu, and Jyotsna KamatTwin Sisters Mani and Manas ShanbhagS.M. Krishnarao, and  B.S. ShastriBedu Gowda of Honavar, 1982Priest Appa Bhat (on right) of HonavarVithal Rao Hodake, and his son-in-law, Ramanna KamatM.Y. GhorpadeTeacher R.S. ShanbhagPicture of Anand Desai, circa 1975Picture of Uma KantuPostman Ramzanji from JobnairHousehold Help Siddamma, Mysore
    Mrs. and Mr. Goruru Ramaswamy IyengarCan you Speak Up PleasePoet K.S. Narasimha Swamy and his WifePoet K.S. Narasimha Swamy and his WifePortrait of Sheikh Gulab, 1976Kannada Novelist Yeshavant ChittalPortrait of Kamalabai DhareshwarA. Ramesh RaoA. Ramesh RaoAnant Timmappa Pai, HonavarK. VaradachariPortrait of Amita Kantu
    Picture  of Anand Desai and Indira DesaiAnnasaheb KarveP.M. Audi Keshavalu NaickerB.R. VadappiBasti Vaman ShenoiSocialist Leader Bhai KotwalPicture of Bhairathi MestaPortrait of Bhaskeri Rama Vasudev KamatBhikku Vasudev kamatBhikku Vasudev Kamat with Grandson RadhakrishnaBhulabhai J. Desai (1877-1946)Bhupendra Nath Basu
    M. D. Joshi, circa 1937Chief Coach Joginder Singh SainiDancer D. Keshava and his Swiss wife  EstherDaughter of BhaktamitranManjamma Jogathi of BellaryMr. and Mrs. Devidas GandhiJairamdas Doulatram, Congressman from SindhYou are hereGhanashyamdas Birla (1894-1983)Gardner KalipadGokulbhai BhattZoo Worker Rajan feeding Sumati the Gorilla
    Gorur Sheshamma Ramaswamy IyengarHosad Vithal NayakIndra ShradhanandK. F. NarimanLawyer K.M. KamatAn Old PhotographKannada Researcher  K.R. GaneshaArtist K. Venkatappa (1886-1965)Portrait of a Kalyani Pandurang PrabhuKamalakar Desai of KalasaReformer Kamalamma DasappaA Meeting of  Kannada Humorists...
    Kathak Dancer Maya RaoMembers of Kekre FamilyK. Srinivas Pai and Wife Padmavati PaiKrishna Kanta Handique (1898 -1982)Lal Bahadur Shastri -- former prime minister of IndiaCloth Merchant Laxman KamatM.S. NatrajanM.S. NatrajanManjula Narasimhan at the tank of SibiMeera and Ashok Basrurkar, New Delhi, 1985Mrs.Shanta Kaikini, GokarnMrs.Shanta Kaikini, Gokarn
    Mukund Shanbhag of KodkaniTrade Union Leader N. M. JoshiNandan (Soyiro) PrabhuPicture of Nilkod Bal KamatPerin  CaptainPicture of R. SeshasastryPicture of Uma GolikeriProf. Ramachandra SharmaScholar Ramachandra Shastri SuriRamakrishna Bua Waze (1871-1945)Kids of Car Street, HonavarSawai Gandharvas Last Days
    Sediyapu Krishna BhatPoetess Shashikala VeerayyaswamyPortrait of Sheikh GulabSundar BasrurkarSuresh BasrurkarNovelist T. R. Subba Rao (Ta.Ra.Su)TV Anchor Shailaja SantoshUma NehruPortrait of Umesh KamatPicture of V. G. BhatPicture of V.SitaramiahSinger Vasanti nayak
    Musician Veene JayammaVishnu das magesh shirali, 1907-1984Vishnu das magesh shirali, 1907-1984Portrait of Vrinda Mundkur Dilip Kumar

     

     

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    The Janata Database is different from all other parts of this website, because the subjects are identified.


    So instead of being a brahmin, a beggar, a tribal or an entertainer, they become historical figures.

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