Vapurza: A Collection of Quotes by V.P. Kale
Vapurza is a Marathi book by V.P. Kale, a renowned writer and thinker. The book consists of quotes by Kale on various topics such as life, philosophy, humor, love, society, etc. The book is designed to be read randomly, without any sequence or index. The reader can open any page and enjoy the fragrance of Kale's words.
The book was first published in 1982 and has been reprinted several times since then. It is one of the most popular and influential books in Marathi literature. The book has also been translated into English and Hindi.
The title Vapurza means \"the glass that is ready to grasp every single word coming from the depths of the sky\". Kale explains that the glass should be empty of all the bad and evil wishes, misconceptions, egos and ill wills. Then it will be able to capture the essence of the sky. He also says that he is lucky to have some place in the reader's mind.
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V.P. Kale was born on March 25, 1932 in Mumbai. He completed his education from Wilson College and worked as a chemical engineer for several years. He started writing stories and articles for magazines and newspapers in his spare time. He soon became a popular and prolific writer, with a unique style and perspective.
Kale's writings reflect his keen observation of human nature and society. He often used humor and satire to convey his message. He also wrote about his personal experiences and travels. He was influenced by writers such as P.L. Deshpande, Acharya Atre, and G.D. Madgulkar.
Kale received many awards and honors for his contribution to Marathi literature. He was awarded the Padma Shri in 1991 by the Government of India. He also received the Sahitya Akademi Award, the Maharashtra Gaurav Puraskar, and the N.C. Kelkar Award. He died on June 2, 2001 at the age of 69.
Kale's books cover a wide range of genres and themes. He wrote novels, short stories, essays, travelogues, and biographies. He also wrote books for children and young adults. Some of his books are based on his own life and experiences, such as Partner, which is a semi-autobiographical novel about his friendship with a fellow writer.
Kale's books are known for their simplicity, humor, wisdom, and insight. He had a knack for capturing the essence of human emotions and relationships. He also had a keen eye for the social and cultural changes happening in India. He wrote about the issues and challenges faced by the common people, such as poverty, corruption, education, urbanization, etc.
Kale's books have been widely read and appreciated by readers of all ages and backgrounds. His books have also been adapted into films, television shows, and plays. Some of his famous adaptations are Partner (1994), Vapurza (1997), Hi Waat Ekatichi (2003), and Taptapadi (2014). He also wrote scripts and dialogues for some films and TV serials. 29c81ba772