Anutai Wagh (17 March 1910 – 1992)[1] was one of the pioneers of pre-school education in India. She was the professional colleague of Tarabai Modak.[2] She along with Modak pioneered a programme whose curriculum was indigenous, used low cost teaching aids and was aimed at holistic development of the participants.[3] A. D. N. Bajpai[who?] describes her as a "towering social reformer".[4] She was a recipient of the 1985 Jamnalal Bajaj Award.[5] an Anutai Wagh Information Autobiography-From the hill of Kosbad


  1. ^ Biography of Anutai Wagh
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  3. ^ Jyotsna Pattnaik (2004). Childhood in South Asia: A Critical Look at Issues, Policies, And Programs. IAP. p. 104. ISBN 978-1-59311-020-8.
  4. ^ A. D. N. Bajpai (1995). Emerging Trends in Indian Economy: Papers in Honour of Prof. Daya Shankar Nag. Atlantic Publishers & Dist. p. 490. ISBN 978-81-7156-520-7.
  5. ^ "Jamnalal Bajaj Award". Jamnalal Bajaj Foundation. 2015.[permanent dead link]