Mahadevappa Mla Bibliography

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Lingayat, also known as Veerashaiva, are a community in India who adhere to Lingayatism. This is a list of notable Lingayats:[1][2][3]

Saints[edit]

Historical rulers[edit]

Philanthropists[edit]

Education, science and technology[edit]

Literature[edit]

  • Sarvajna – Kannada poet
  • Chamarasa[28] – author of Prabhulingaleele
  • Harihara – known as Ragaleya Kavi
  • Raghavanka – known as Shatpadi Brahma
  • Palkuriki Somanatha[29] – Telugu poet, author of Basava purana
  • Hardekar Manjappa – known as Gandhi of Karnataka[30]
  • Phakirappa Gurubasappa Halakatti – Kannada writer
  • G. S. Shivarudrappa – poet and critic, Rashtra Kavi
  • Chennaveera Kanavi – poet and critic
  • Panchakshari Hiremath – writer and poet, short story writer, essayist, critic, translator, orator, editor, who writes in Kannada, Urdu and Hindi
  • Nijaguna Shivayogi – 15th-century Kannada poet
  • P. Lankesh – writer and journalist, writing in the Kannada language
  • Jayadevi Taayi Ligade – writer; first lady president of akhila Bharatha Kannada saahitya sammelana
  • M. M. Kalburgi – Kannada scholar
  • L. Basavaraju – Kannada eminent scholar and writer of several books on Sharana Sahitya
  • Sangamesh Saundattimath – Dravidian linguist
  • M. Chidananda Murthy – Kannada writer, researcher and historian
  • Channappa Uttangi – interfaith pioneer and writer
  • K. Marulasiddappa – Kannada writer
  • Chandrashekhar Patil – Kannada poet and playwright
  • Patil Puttappa – Kannada writer
  • Manu Baligar – former bureaucrat, and current president of Kannada Sahitya Parishat

Art and music[edit]

Politics[edit]

  • Basappa Danappa Jatti – President of India 1977, Vice President of India 1974–1979, Chief Minister of Karnataka1958-1962, Governor of Orissa 1972–1974[31]
  • S. Nijalingappa – freedom fighter and former Chief Minister of Karnataka and president All India Congress Committee[32]
  • Shivraj Patil – Home Minister of India 2004–2008, Speaker of Lok Sabha 1991–1996, Minister of Defence 1980–1989, Governor of Punjab 2010–2015, Governor of Rajasthan 2010-2012[33]
  • Eshwara Bhimanna Khandre – Minister of Karnataka
  • M. S. Gurupadaswamy – Leader of House of Rajya Sabha 1989-1990, Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha 1971-1972, Minister of Agriculture[34]
  • S. R. Bommai[32] – former Chief Minister of Karnataka and Union Minister of Human Resource Development
  • S. R. Kanthi – former Chief Minister of Karnataka[32]
  • Veerendra Patil – former Chief Minister of Karnataka[32]
  • Jayadevappa Halappa Patel – former Chief Minister of Karnataka[33]
  • B. S. Yeddyurappa – former Chief Minister of Karnataka[33]
  • Jagadish Shettar – former Chief Minister of Karnataka and current Leader of opposition, Karnataka Legislative Assembly
  • S. Mallikarjunaiah – former MP Tumkur and Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha (1991–1996)[33]
  • M.P. Prakash – Congress Leader and Former Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka[33]
  • C. C. Patil – former Minister of Karnataka[33]
  • M. B. Patil – Minister for Water Resources, Government of Karnataka
  • Suresh Angadi – MP, Belgaum (Lok Sabha constituency)
  • Suresh Shetkar – former MP of Zahirabad (Lok Sabha constituency), Telangana
  • Gudleppa Hallikeri – freedom fighter and former Chairman of Legislative Council,
  • M. V. Rajasekharan – former Minister of State in the Ministry of Planning, Government of India
  • H.Siddhaveerappa – former minister for Home, Industries and Health, Leader of opposition, Government of Karnataka
  • Murugesh Nirani – former Minister for Industries, Government of Karnataka
  • Shamanur Mallikarjun – MLA, Karnataka and Former Minister for Youth Services and Sports, Government of Karnataka
  • S. A. Ravindranath – former minister for Horticulture and Sugar, government of Karnataka
  • Gowdar Mallikarjunappa Siddeswara – Union Minister of State for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
  • Smt.Basavarajeswari – three time MP from Bellary and former Union Minister of India[33]
  • Siddappa Kambli – politician, freedom fighter and contributor for Unification of Karnataka
  • Ratnappa Kumbhar – former MP, MLC and Minister of Home, Food and Civil Supplies in Maharashtra Government[35]
  • Babagouda Patil – Senior BJP Leader, former MP and Union Minister of Rural Areas & Employment[33]
  • Basangouda Patil – former Union minister of state for Railways and Textiles[33]
  • Dr Neeraj Patil – mayor of Lambeth, London
  • Vatal Nagaraj – politician and founder leader of Kannada Chalavali Vatal Paksha
  • B. Y. Raghavendra – MP Shimoga; son of CM B. S. Yeddyurappa
  • M. P. Renukacharya – former Minister for Excise, Government of Karnataka
  • Laxman Savadi – former Minister for Co-operation, Government of Karnataka
  • Vinay Kore – former Minister of Non-Conventional Energy & Horticulture, Govt. of Maharashtra and the Chairman of the Warana Group of Industries
  • Basavaraj Bommai – former Minister for Water resources, Government of Karnataka
  • D. C. Srikantappa – former three time MP from Chikmagalur
  • Basavaraj Patil Sedam – Member of Rajya Sabha
  • M. Rajasekara Murthy – former Union minister for Surface Transport, MP, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, and former minister for Finance, Revenue, Excise and Commerce and Industry, Karnataka[33]
  • Dilip Gangadhar Sopal – MLA, Barshi, Solapur, and former minister for Law and Judiciary, and Water supply and Sanitation, Government of Maharashtra
  • Shashil G. Namoshi – Member of Legislative Council, Karnataka
  • Basavaraj Patil Attur – former minister for Higher Education, Small Scale Industries, and Minor Irrigation
  • Anant Gudhe – former Member of Parliament, Amravati
  • Chandrakant Khaire – Member of Parliament, Aurangabad
  • Shamanuru Shivashankarappa – Minister for Horticulture and Agro Marketing, Government of Karnataka[33]
  • H. K. Patil – Minister for Rural Development and Panchayat Raj, Government of Karnataka[36][37]
  • Sharan Prakash Patil – Minister for Medical Education, Government of Karnataka
  • S. R. Patil – Minister for Infrastructure, Information Technology, Biotechnology, Science and Technology, Planning and Statistics, Government of Karnataka
  • H. S. Mahadeva Prasad – Minister for Co-operation, Government of Karnataka
  • Prakash Babanna Hukkeri – Member of Parliament, Chikkodi and former Minister for Sugar, Small Scale Industries and Endowments, Government of Karnataka
  • Bhagwanth Khuba – Member of Parliament, Bidar
  • P. C. Gaddigoudar – Member of Parliament, Bagalkot[38]
  • Karadi Sanganna Amarappa – Member of Parliament, Koppal (Lok Sabha constituency)[39]
  • B. Jayashree – artist and Member of Rajya Sabha, Padma Shri awardee[40]
  • Shashikala Annasaheb Jolle – Member of Legislative Assembly, Nippani
  • B B Patil – Member of Parliament, Zahirabad (Lok Sabha constituency), Telangana[41]
  • Satish Hiremath – Mayor of Oro Valley, Arizona, United States of America
  • Manjunath Kunnur – former MP, Dharwad
  • Basavraj Madhavrao Patil – MLA, Ausa, Latur, and former Minister for Rural Development, Government of Maharashtra
  • Siddharam Satlingappa Mhetre – MLA, Akkalkot, Solapur, and former Minister for Home and Rural Development, Government of Maharashtra
  • Karne Prabhakar – MLC, Telangana, and Spokesperson of TRS[42]
  • Vijay Deshmukh – Minister of state for PWD, Transport, Labour and Textiles, Government of Maharashtra, and MLA, Solapur North[43]
  • Vinay Kulkarni – Minister for Mines and Geology, Government of Karnataka, and MLA, Dharwad[44]
  • Ganesh Hukkeri – Member of Legislative Assembly, Chikkodi
  • Lakshmi Hebbalkar – President, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee women's wing

Business[edit]

Media and entertainment[edit]

Sports[edit]

Military and police[edit]

  • General Satyawant Mallanna Shrinagesh[46] – 3rd Chief of Army Staff - Indian Army, and former Governor of Assam, Andhra Pradesh and Mysore state
  • Lieutenant GeneralRamesh Halagali, AVSM, SM – former Deputy Chief of Indian Army
  • Shankar Bidari, IPS – former Director general of police, Karnataka and Commissioner of Police of Bangalore city
  • L. Revanasiddaiah, IPS – former Additional Director, Central Bureau of Investigation, DGP, Karnataka and Commissioner of Police of Bangalore city
  • B. G. Jyothi Prakash Mirji, IPS – former Commissioner of Police of Bangalore city
  • Veeranna Aivalli, IPS – former Chairman of Aviation Security Audit Programme, International Civil Aviation Organisation, United Nations[24]
  • Mallikarjun Bande – slain Indian Police Sub-Inspector
  • Lance Naik Hanumanthappa Koppad – Indian soldier

Law and judiciary[edit]

Others[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

MLA Works Cited Page: Basic Format

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MLA (Modern Language Association) style is most commonly used to write papers and cite sources within the liberal arts and humanities. This resource, updated to reflect the MLA Handbook (8th ed.), offers examples for the general format of MLA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes/footnotes, and the Works Cited page.

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According to MLA style, you must have a Works Cited page at the end of your research paper. All entries in the Works Cited page must correspond to the works cited in your main text.

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