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Milind Dombale is a Marathi poet & blogger. So far he has published two of his books namely, 'Aamhi Dhangar' (आम्ही धनगर) & 'Yashwantayan' (यशवंतायन). In addition to that, he wrote many historical & social articles on his blog
Milind Dombale was born in Jath from Sangli district of Maharashtra. He completed his education up to higher secondary from SRVM Highschool & Jr. College Jath. He has pursued his B.E.(Mechanical) from Annasaheb Dange College of Engineering & Technology, Ashta (Sangli) in 2009.
He started his own publication firm 'Dnyankunj Prakashan' on 01 November 2015. He published his first marathi poetry book 'Aamhi Dhangar' (आम्ही धनगर) on 20 November 2015. Maharashtra's famous figure Bapu Biru Vategaonkar inaugurated this book. He published second marathi book 'Yashwantayan' (यशवंतायन) on 20 May 2016. The book consist of historical patriotic songs (Powada) written on Maharaja Yashwatrao Holkar.