Biography of Madhavrao Sapre

Madhavrao Sapre (June 1871 – 26 April 1926) was born in Pattaria village in Damoh. Passed Matriculate Government School Raipur after studying at Bilaspur in the middle. After graduating from the University of Calcutta in 1899, he got a government job as Tehsildar but Sapre ji did not even care about the government jobs of the British displaying patriotism. When the printing press was not in the whole of Chhattisgarh in 1900, he got a monthly magazine named “Chhattisgarh Mitra” from a small village of Pindra in Bilaspur district. However, this magazine could only last for three years. Sapre ji started publishing Marathi Kesari of Lokmanya Tilak in Hindi Kesari as well as publication of Hindi Gondalam from Nagpur as well as to translate Hindi writers and writers into a single form. He also played an important role in the publication of Karmaveer.
Main works - Letter-writing - Marriage - Life of Madhavrao Sapre
Biography of Madhavrao Sapre
The story of Sapre ji, “a basket mud” (which is also commonly called “token full soil”) is credited with being the first story in Hindi. With the writings of Sapre ji, along with writing, Marathi translation of the famous saint Samarth Ramdas and the translation of Marathi texts such as Mimansa, Dutt Bhargava, Sri Ram Charitra, Eknath Charitra and Swastika of the Mahabharata, also translated into Hindi translation. In 1924, Sapreji, who was the Chairman of the Dehradun session of the Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, established the National School in Raipur in 1921, as well as the establishment of the first Kanya Vidyalaya, Janaki Devi Mahila Vidyalaya in Raipur itself. Both of these schools are still going on.
During the study in Raipur, Pandit Madhavrao Sapre came to the society of Pandit Nandlal Dubey, who was his teacher and who also translated Abhigyan Shakuntalam and Uttam Ramcharit Manas in Hindi and also wrote the original book named garden Malini. Pandit Nandlal Dubey, in the mind of Pandit Madhavrao Sapre, raised a sultry interest, who, after a time, appointed Pandit Madhavrao Sapre as the editor of magazines like ‘Chhattisgarh Mitra’ and ‘Hindi Kesari’ and the poet of national poet Makhanlal Chaturvedi ji Grew as a separate identity.
Pandit Madhavrao Sapre, in 1889, after marrying the daughter of the Assistant Commissioner of Raipur, turned down the job of Naib Tehsildar, recommended by Shusur and moved towards his Karmadh. First Robertson College, Jabalpur, again in Victoria College, Gwalior in 1894 and F.A. from Allahabad University in 1896. passed to . In the meanwhile, his wife died and there was some obstacle in education. Again, in 1989 he got his BA from Calcutta University. Took admission in degree and LLB, but due to his ideological commitment, he came back to Chhattisgarh after examining the law.
Recalling the life struggle of Madhavrao Sapre, his literature, his contribution in the development of Hindi journalism, his nationalist consciousness, social service and political activism, Makhanlal Chaturvedi had written in Karmaveer on September 11, 1926 – “For the last twenty-five years Pandit Madhavrao Sapre ji is a subsidiary producer of Aadhaar pillar, literature, society and politics institutions of Hindi and filling national fast in them. The people of the state, roaming around in the villages, the need of the nation to their pen and making the pangs of the poor clinging to foreign power, chanting them in religion, compelling them for national service and erasing their existence completely Making them virtually negligible, to increase the importance of the people and institutions around them and to make chiranjeei.

Marriage of Madhavrao Sapre

Pandit Madhavrao Sapre, in 1889, after marrying the daughter of the Assistant Commissioner of Raipur, turned down the job of Naib Tehsildar, recommended by Shusur and moved towards his Karmadh. First Robertson College, Jabalpur, again in Victoria College, Gwalior in 1894 and F.A. from Allahabad University in 1896. passed to. In the meanwhile, his wife died and there was some obstacle in education. Again, in 1989, he got a BA from Calcutta University. Took admission in degree and LLB, but due to his ideological commitment, he returned to Chhattisgarh after examining the law. After coming to Chhattisgarh, their second marriage was made by the family, due to which they had increased their family responsibilities, without having to do government jobs, to maintain and fulfill the purpose of serving society and literature, the English teacher of Pendra’s Prince Acted in the form.

Letter-writing 

In the same order, Pandit Madhavrao Sapre ji came to Jabalpur in 1919- 1920 and started publication of a magazine called ‘Karmaveer’, whose editor Pt. Makhan Lal Chaturvedi was made live He presided over the 15th All India Literary Conference held in Dehradun and with his inspiration established National Hindi Mandir in Jabalpur, with the help of ‘Student Sohodar’, ‘Tilak’, ‘Hitakarini’, ‘Sharda’, important in Hindi literature The publication of journals was possible which still exists till date.

Main works of Madhavrao Sapre

Indigenous movement and Boycott, things to learn from the history of Europe, the idea of ​​some reasons for our social decline, stories of Madhavrao Sapre (Editing: Devi Prasad Verma)
Translation: Hindi Dasbodh (famous written in Samarth Ramdas’s Marathi), Geeta Mystery (Bal Gangadhar Tilak), Mahabharata Mimansa (Epilogue of Mahabharata: a famous book written in Marathi by Chintamani Vinayak Vaidya)
Editing: Hindi Kesari (weekly newspaper), Chhattisgarh Friends (Monthly Magazine)