Sulabha Inamdar Gudi is the daughter of Sarojini Jatar (Banutai). Banutai was the daughter of Kashinath Jatar (Bapurao), who was the eldest son of Shriram Jatar. Sulabha is also the daughter of Narhar Inamdar, who was the son of Shriram Jatar’s daughter, Godutai. Take a look at the Inamdar Family Tree.
By Prasad Gudi
Sulabha Inamdar Gudi is the middle daughter of Narahar Laxman Inamdar and Sarojini Jatar Inamdar, known as Banutai. She had an elder brother, the Late Rear Adm. Yeshwant Inamdar and a younger brother Shrikrishna Inamdar (Bal). Sulabha’s maternal grandfather is Kashinath Shriram Jatar (Bapurao).
Sulabha completed her InterArts in the year 1957 and soon got married to Ramesh Gudi at a young age of 20 yrs. In 1957, she completed the Sangeet Visharad course as she was keen on music.
She settled with her husband at Dadar and learnt how to sing bhajans and light music from her teacher for 2 years. In the year 1975, her husband, Ramesh Gudi, decided to shift to Belgaum, leaving a very comfortable life in Mumbai, to start his own industry. Sulabha was a solid support to her husband in this decision.
Diwakar Vasudev Jatar, known as Madhav in the Jatar family, was a talented theatre actor. His daughter Mrudula has provided photos from the various Marathi plays that he acted in. See them here in a slideshow:
Diwakar Vasudev Jatar, fondly known as Madhav, was born on the 23rd of June, 1937. He was the fifth child of Appasaheb (Vasudev) and Radhavahini (and the grandson of Bapurao and the great-grandson of Shriram Jatar.)
Madhav did his schooling in Raman Baug High School and his diploma in Engineering from Wadia College. He worked with Richardson and Cruddas, Byculla, from where he took voluntary retirement.
He was a man of many talents and was proficient in music and drama. He tutored under Shri Suresh Haldankar for music. He was a part of Marathi Amateur theatre and won many awards for acting in Rajya Natya Spardha. He did two professional plays: “वीज म्हणाली धरतीला” with actress Faiyaz and Sudha Karmarkar, and “धन्य ते गायनी कळा“ with Ramdas Kamath and Bharati Acharekar.
Vishal Inamdar, the brother of music composer Kaushal Inamdar, and the son of Shrikrishna (Bal) Inamdar and Lalkari Biniwale, is a talented writer and director. Indeed, he is talent personified! His father, ShriKrishna (Bal) Inamdar, is the son of Sarojini Jatar (Banutai), the daughter of Kashinath Jatar (Bapurao), who was the eldest son of Shriram Jatar. Vishal has the Jatar bloodline from the Inamdar side as well. Shriram Jatar’s daughter, Godutai, married Laxman Inamdar (popularly known as Babasaheb). This is Godutai’s family tree, prepared by Vinita Chitale. Godutai’s son Narhar married Sarojini Jatar, Vishal’s grandmother. Continue reading “Vishal Inamdar – a powerhouse of talent”→
Here are a series of videos (all made by Niharika Jatar) which show the loved ones talking about their elders. The first one despicts Ranjit Jatar, the son of Brig. R.V. Jatar, Ravi (Nilkanth) Jatar, the son of Maj. Gen. S.C.N Jatar, and Kumud Dudhbhate, the wife of Uday Dudhbhate, the nephew of Bal Borgaonkar. Continue reading “Birthday Speeches”→
On the 21st of January 2018, five cousins celebrated their 85th and 90th years – the descendants of four Jatar brothers, the sons of Shriram Jatar – Kashinath (Bapurao), Rangnath (Balasaheb), Nilkanth (Bhausaheb) and Vishnu (Abasaheb).