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Caridade Damaciano Fernandes was born on 1904, is a novelist. Discover Caridade Damaciano Fernandes's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 44 years old?

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It was announced in 2019 that Caridade Damacian would have a street named after him in Aldona.

At a function held in October 2019, he was termed a "novelist, journalist, song composer and celebrated literary son of Goa" and also called the "Romansincho Bapui" (Father of Konkani Novels). This function was held in the parish hall of his village of Aldona in Goa.


Caridade Damaciano Fernandes (1904 – 7 October 1948) was a prolific Konkani-language novelist and a pioneer of prose fiction writing in that language. He has been called "the father of Konkani novels". Caridade Damacian died on October 7, 1948, but yet his legacy is still remembered and celebrated.

Caridade Damacian died on October 7, 1948, but his legacy is still remembered and celebrated.


Caridade Damacian's last book was Goenchem Colvont ('the Goan whore'), written in the year of his passing in 1947, and printed by the Mapusa-based Tipografia Laxmi.


Caridade Damaciano Fernandes' first book was Armida, published in 1931. For some years, he wrote and published a small book every week via the Victoria Printing Press in the city then called Bombay. The book was brought out each Wednesday, and priced one anna (or, six paisa), one-sixteenth fraction of a rupee. Brazinho Soares Kalafurkar, a Santa Cruz, Goa, based avid collector of the Konkani printed word, has said that Fernandes wrote and (probably self-published) around 101 romans novels. Many of his novels and novellas were around thirty pages thick. Their content focused on gripping tales of adventure and romance, featuring stereotyped characters, love-scenes, and endings characterized by poetic justice.


He was born in humble settings, which nonetheless did not deter him from following his literary pursuits. He was from the Maina ward of Aldona, and was the son of a farmer. His mother was a cook, who went to homes offering her services at cooking and making Goan sweets. He became a seaman, married Maria Luisa de Souza of Parra, and they had no children. He lived for most of his adult life in Bombay, and rose to literary fame in the 1930s.


It is believed that after writing his work, he would consult with the three medical-doctor Elvino de Souza brothers, also from the village of Aldona: Carlos (b. 1901), the dentist Mousinho (b. 1908), and surgeon Olinto ORL (b. 1909). They were contemporaries of Caridade (Caru). Olinto migrated to Hong Kong in 1929 when he was 20.