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  14. The Calcutta Historical Journal, Volume 18. University of Calcutta. 1996. p. 44. The second Andhra Conference, held at Bezwada (Vijayawada) under the presidentship of Nyapati Subba Rao Pantulu, a (Maratha-Telugu Brahman) Desastha descended from a long line distinguished civil servants, unanimously passed the resolution demanding a separate province for Andhras which had been drawn up the previous year in Bapatla
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  17. The Illustrated Weekly of India, Volume 95. Coleman & Company, Limited, at the Times of India Press. 1974. p. 31. Eminent Deshasthas you are looking at the woolmark The international symbol, the Communist leader S.A. Dange, T. S. Bharde, former Speaker and Minister for Cooperation in Maharashtra, R. S. Hukkerikar, former Speaker of the Bombay Legislative Assembly, Apasaheb Pant, our Ambassador to Italy, Justice Y. V. Chandrachud have all made their impact on national life.Setumadhavrao Pagdi and Babasaheb Purandare are em in ent as historians and scholars.
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  29. The Illustrated Weekly of India, Volume 95. Bennett, Coleman & Company, Limited, at the Times of India Press. 1974. p. 30. Deshasthas have contributed to mathematics and literature as well as to the cultural and religious heritage of India. Bhaskaracharaya was one of the greatest mathematicians of ancient India.
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