Education[ edit ] Padgaonkar was born on 10 March in Vengurla, Sindhudurg district in Maharashtra. He also worked as an assistant editor at the Sadhana weekly for some time. While his first few books were collections of romantic poetry, he later published books in other genres including poetry for children, poetry reflecting socio-political issues, collection of essays and translations from English and other languages. The US Library of Congress has acquired 31 of his publications.
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He is married to Yashoda Padgaonkar and has three children, Dr. Information Service, both in Mumbai. Along with Vinda Karandikar and Vasant Bapat, Padgaonkar has been part of many poetry recitation programmes that were held in Maharashtra in s and s. He has also written lyrics of many Marathi film songs. It was Pu La Deshpande who asked Padgaonkar to write this song in one day. It was then composed by music director Bhaskar Chandavarkar. Padgaonkar has 40 publications to his credit.
The U. Library of Congress has acquired 31 of his publications. He has written a collection of essays and published it under the title "Nimbonichya Zaadamage". On suggestion of author N. Deshpande Naa Gha Deshpande , Padgaonkar started working on translations in his spare time.
These translations have been included in the Shakesphere Memorial at British town of Stratford upon Avon. The only other Indian author whose poems are included in the memorial is Rabindranath Tagore.
His latest translations of Bible: The New Testament was published in Along with translating the famous works of other authros, Padgaonkar also wrote forewords to these books wherein he has commented on the original authors, their styles of writing and literature of respective eras. A collection of these forewords is publihed as "Chintan" by Popular Publications. Recently Padgaonkar also published his experiences of poetry writing in the book "Shodh Kavitecha". Most of the articles in this book have been separately published previously.
His another book "Snehagatha" reminisces days with other fellow authors. The book is divided in three sections. Sharachandra Gokhale. The last section is dedicated to Keshavsuta, Balkavi, Kusumavati Deshpande and others.
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