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Freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak ran the Marathi newspaper Kesari and the English Mahratta from Kesari Wada, Narayan Peth, Pune. The Kesari Ganesh Utsav, at that office, marks the festival the way Tilak had envisioned it. Here's a peek into celebrations at this historic location in a feature first published in 2000 on A modest looking courtyard, a beautiful Ganesh idol with a large statue of Lokmanya Tilak serving as its backdrop, a perfectly lit pandal, pujari offering prayers ..., 1 month ago

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After Pune Tilak started Ganesh celebrations in Belgaum

After Pune Tilak started Ganesh celebrations in Belgaum Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak who was fighting hard against the British raj, had a thought in mind that we need to get people aboard a single platform so that they can unite in the fight against the ...
 All About Belgaum1 month ago State announces contest for Ganesh mandals  Sakaal Times1 month ago Distribute banners on why Tilak started Ganesh fest, MCGM urged  The Freepress Journal2 months ago

Ganesh Visarjan: Remember environmental crisis more critical than religious sentiment

Ganpati visarjan was started and popularised by social reformer and lawyer Bal Gangadhar Tilak in 1892 in an attempt to promote nationalism among people. It was meant to be a show of strength against the British. The post Ganesh Visarjan: Remember ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Ganesh Chaturthi: For visarjan, remember environmental crisis more critical than religious sentiment  Firstpost.com1 month ago

Sardar Gruha, Tilak’s Mumbai home, gets Governor's aid promise

On the way to the chaotic Crawford Market, a quaint building on your left could be easily overlooked, but for a gleaming bust of freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak.This is the iconic Sardar Gruha, wh...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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India cannot become a super power without its ancient traditions: Amit Shah

"It is the result of unstinted efforts of the Prime Minister that the whole world has accepted yoga," the BJP President said. Underlining the need for preserving spiritual heritage of the country, BJP President Amit Shah on Saturday said India ...
 Indian Express21 hours ago India can't become super power without preserving spiritual ethos  New Delhi Pioneer13 hours ago

MES College felicitates journalist alumni

MES College of Arts and Commerce felicitated 11 journalist alumni who are employed by various newspaper publications. The day also marks the death anniversary of Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak which is commemorated as Journalists Day in Goa and ...
 Navhind Times2 weeks ago

MIT-educated impacted India's development

Prof Ross Basati addressing the meet at MIT India Fall Reception BOSTON: Boston Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) arranged its MIT-India Fall Reception and Book Talk with Professor Ross Bassett of North Carolina State, Raleigh on Sept ...
 IndiaPost2 weeks ago

INDIAN MUSLIMS Need an assertive movement for freedom from Islamists siege?

Paper No. 6179 Dated 04-Oct-2016 By R, Upadhyay Addressing the Kozhikode conclave of the BJP in Kerala on September 25, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the political parties not to consider Muslims as vote bank or ...
 South Asia Analysis Group2 weeks ago India: Do Muslims Need Assertive Movement For Freedom From Islamists Siege? OpEd  Eurasia Review2 weeks ago

Telangana Govt plans to come out with Culinary policy

The Telangana Government is planning to come out with a Culinary policy that will seek to promote tourism, according to Burra Venkatesham, Tourism Secretary, Telangana. The policy has been sent to the Chief Minister, K Chandrasekhar Rao, for his ...
 Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago

Irawat, the legend

Beyond the hills of Ang-go, On the outskirts of the twin village Tangbo and Shwedo There stands a memorial stone, And on it eternally inscribed, Comrade I Singh Died on Sept 26, 1951 The above excerpt is from the Freedom Fighters Records ...
 Sangai Express3 weeks ago
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