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    • She met Gujarati Parsi theatre artist Amrit Keshav Nayak around 1904–1905 and had a brief relationship with him before his sudden death in 1907.Gauhar Jaan-Wikipedia
    • The Alfred Company had several popular actors like Sohrabji Oghra, Amrit Keshav Nayak, and Vallabh Keshav Nayak who performed adaptations of Shakespeare's plays.Kavasji Palanji Khatau-Wikipedia
    • Amrit Keshav Nayak, a prolific stage actor had said, "I love whatever Jahangir writes as he is first born actor and second born writer among Parsis."Gulfam (writer)-Wikipedia
    • He was trained in theatre by Amrit Keshav Nayak and in Urdu by Narayanprasad 'Betab'.Muljibhai Nayak-Wikipedia
    • M. A. Banake Kyon Meri Mitti Kharab Ki? (Why did you spoil my life making me do my M. A.?) is a 1908 Gujarati social novel by Indian writer Amrit Keshav Nayak (1877–1907).M. A. Banake Kyon Meri Mitti Kharab Ki?-Wikipedia

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