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Veteran writer HM Marathe passes away in Pune

The 77-year-old writer, popularly known as ‘Ha Mo’, breathed his last at Dinanath Mangeshkar Hospital where he was undergoing heart-related treatment and had difficulty in breathing.

pune Updated: Oct 02, 2017 22:59 IST
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Born on March 2, 1940, Marathe wrote many books. Of them, ‘Nishparna Vrukshavar Bhar Dupari’ became very popular.
Born on March 2, 1940, Marathe wrote many books. Of them, ‘Nishparna Vrukshavar Bhar Dupari’ became very popular. (HT PHOTO)

Eminent Marathi writer and journalist Hanumant Moreshwar Marathe passed away on Monday owing to prolonged illness, said doctors operating him. The 77-year-old writer, popularly known as ‘Ha Mo’, breathed his last at Dinanath Mangeshkar Hospital where he was undergoing heart-related treatment and had difficulty in breathing. According to his relatives, Marathe was admitted to the hospital few days ago.

Born on March 2, 1940, Marathe wrote many books. Of them, ‘Nishparna Vrukshavar Bhar Dupari’ became very popular. He started his career with teaching at a college in Kolhapur. He also worked in Tarun Bharat and Kirloskar magazine.

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