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He used to be appointed as a instructor at the college of Rander on 1 May 1851. He once more recited his early essay in Swadesh Hitechchhu Mandali and started out Gyansagar journal in July 1851. He was once transferred to a faculty in Nanpara in March 1853. After the loss of life of his spouse Gulab, he left this function and went to Bombay, in January 1854. He lower back to university on the recommendation of his pal Jhaverilal Umiyashankar and joined Buddhi Vardhak Sabha, a literary team in June 1854. He began gaining knowledge of Siddhant Kaumudi.


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He grew to be fascinated in poetry and began writing in September 1855, analyzing literary metre over the following year. He presided over Buddhivardhak Granth from March to December 1856. After his 2nd marriage, he left university in August 1856, writing Pingal Pravesh in February 1857 and dedicating it to his father. He joined Gokuldas Tejpal Vidyalaya as a instructor and started reading Sanskrit literary works such as Laghu kaumudi, Chandralok, Nrisimhachampu, Kavyachampu, Prataprudra, Adhyatma Ramayana. He started out at Central School as a instructor in February 1858, then resigned in November 1858 after determining to pursue a literary career.

He studied Sanskrit grammar and poetry in Pune from November 1858 to March 1859. Deciding to find out about independently he lower back to Bombay in March, the place he met Dalpatram, a reformist Gujarati poet, in June 1859, and grew to be worried in reform activities.

His spouse Dahigauri back to her parents' home. In 1860, he had mentioned widow remarriage with non secular chief Jadunathji Maharaj, which led to him turning into worried with the Maharaj Libel Case the subsequent year. The case was once filed via Jadunathji towards author Karsandas Mulji after the journalist posted an article alleging sexual exploitation of girls in his spiritual sect.
He visited Income Tax Commissioner Curtis related to a surcharge on three February 1863. With the assist of friends, he started out a biweekly e-newsletter referred to as Dandiyo (lit. A drum stick), modelled after British weekly The Spectator, in September 1864. It was once loudly reformist in its stand and attacked normal customs of Hindu society. It ran till 1869 when it used to be merged with The Sunday Review. On 18 January 1864, his father died, aged fifty six He moved again to Surat in July 1865 and sheltered Savitagauri, a widow, in a neighbouring house. He posted Narmagadya in September 1865. He was once banished from his caste due to reform things to do on 18 August however reinstated on 21 November 1866. The identical year, he wrote his autobiographical work, Mari Hakikat, the first autobiography in Gujarati. He posted Nayikavishaypravesh and Uttam Nayika devoted to his then separated wife, Dahigauri. In early 1867, he posted Narmakavita, a poetry collection. He had money owed of 10,000 that induced him magnificent concern. He married once more in 1869. He posted summaries of Ramayana, Mahabharata and Iliad in 1870. He posted the faculty model of Narmagadya in 1874 and the version for the authorities in 1875.