Chintaman Vinayak Vaidya
|Intro||Marathi writer from Maharashtra, India|
|A.K.A.||सी० वी० वैद्य|
|Death||1938 (aged 77 years)|
Chintaman Vinayak Vaidya (1861–1938) was a Marathi-language historian and writer from Maharashtra, India. He was Chief Justice of Gwalior State for a period. In 1908, Vaidya chaired the Marathi Sahitya Sammelan. held in Pune. Later, he became involved in the nationalist Congress Democratic Party, which was led by Bal Gangadhar Tilak.
The following is a list of the titles of his major works: Samagra Awalonnati Lekhamālā (1906) Mahābhārat — Samālochan (1914) Mahābhārat — A Criticism Nibandha Aṇi Bhāshaṇẽ (1915) Vālmīki-Rāmāyaṇ Parīkshaṇ (1920) Madhyayugīn Bhārat, Athawā, Hindu Rājyāñchā Udbhav, Utkarsh, Aṇi Uchchhed (1920) History of Mediaeval Hindu India, Being a History of India From 600 to 1200 A.D. (in three volumes) (1921) Downfall of Hindu India Shrī Kru̥shṇa Charitra (1922) Sanskrut Wāngmayāchā Troṭak Itihās (1922) Shriman Mahābhāratāche Marāṭhī Suras Bhāshāntar (1922) Durdaivī Raṅgū, Athawā, Pānipatachā Shewaṭacha Saṅgrām (1924) – a work of fiction based on the Third Battle of Panipat Shrī Rām Charitra (1926) History of Sanskrit Literature (1930) Hindu Dharmāchi Tatwe, Arthāt, Yāsambandhĩ̄ Niranirāḷyā Wishayānwar Vaidyāni Dileli Wyākhāne Va Lihilele Lekh (1931) Vaidyānche Aitihāsik Nibandha (1931) Marāṭhā Swarājya Sãsthāpak Shrī Shivājī Mahārāj (1932) Shivaji – The Founder of Maratha Swaraj Saṅgīt Sãyogitā Nāṭak, Arthāt, Patinishṭhā (1934) Epic India, or, India As Described in the Mahabharat and the Ramayan (in two volumes) The Riddle of the Rāmāyaṇ Marāṭhī Bhāshechi Utpatti