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Definition funny of Dnyaneshwar:
Ishwar (God) having lots of Dhyan (Knowledge),
Sant Dnyaneshwar: Graeat Indian Saint & Great Poet, who has written Dhyaneshwari in Marathi.
Songs about Dnyaneshwar:
Zenda (Originally Performed By Dnyaneshwar Meshram)[Karaoke] by Avdhoot Gupte from the Album Karaoke Marathi Hits, Vol. 2
Dnyaneshwar Mauli by Rameshbuva Shegaonkar Godavaribai Munde from the Album Aikuni Venucha Naad, Vol. 1
Dnyaneshwar Mauli Bhajan (feat. Kashiram Indolikar) by Digambarbua Kate from the Album Dev Thevil Taise Rahave (feat. Kashirambua Indolikar)
Dnyaneshwar Mauli Bhajan (feat. Kashiram Indolikar) by Digambar Kute from the Album Kakad Aarti Bhajan (feat. Kashiram Indolikar)
Dnyaneshwar Mauli Bhajan (feat. Kashiram Indolikar) by Digambar Kutae from the Album Kakad Aarti Bhajan (feat. Kashiram Indolikar)
Dnyaneshwar Mauli Sukhachi Savli by Pandit. Shaunak Abhisheki from the Album Nath Maze Mi Nathancha
Sakha Majha Dnyaneshwar (Original) by Ajit Kadkade from the Album Athvanitali Gaani Ajit Kadkade
Books about Dnyaneshwar:
Declension of nouns in Marathi as seen in Dnyaneshwar's works by Krishnaji Joshi (Feb 20, 2014)
Dnyaneshwar, the Out-Caste Brahmin (The Poet-Saints of Maharashtra) by J. F Edwards (1941)
Declension of Nouns in Marathi as Seen in Dnyaneshwar's Works (Paperback) - Common by By (author) Krishnaji Joshi (2009)
Dnyaneshwari in English [Paperback]  (Author) shyamkant s. kulkarni, sant dnyaneshwar kulkarni (2012)
श्री ज्ञानेश्वर तत्वज्ञ, संत आणि कवी Shri Dnyaneshwar Tatvadnya, Sant Ani Kavi by व दि कुलकर्णी (V. D. Kulkarni) (1993)
An Introduction to Saint Poet Dnyaneshwar and His Dnyaneshwari (1999) by Hemant and Dinkar Deshpande Inamdar (1000)
Shri Dnyaneshwar: A Sketch of His Life and Teachings by Anonymous (1918)
Wiki information Dnyaneshwar:
Dnyāneshwar was a 13th-century Maharashtrian Hindu saint, poet, philosopher and yogi of the Nath tradition whose works Bhavartha Deepika, and Amrutanubhav are considered to be milestones in Marathi literature.
Dnyaneshwar Vidyapeeth is an autonomous private University . It was founded by Dr. M. D. Apte in 1980, and it is located in Pune, India. "Vidyapeeth" means university in Marathi and Sanskrit, the Indian regional language. The main motto of DV is...