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  1. Bal Gangadhar Tilak used his newspapers, the Mahratta and Kesari, to vigorously oppose the establishment of the first Native girl’s High school in Pune in 1885 and its curriculum. Bal Gangadhar Tilak was also opposed to intercaste marriages, especially those in which a woman from a higher caste married a man from a lower caste.

  2. 05/09/2016 · It was a rebellion that posed serious threat to the rule of the East India Company. Bal Gangadhar Tilak was one of the prominent leaders of the Great Rebellion.The leader saw the need to unite Indians more and realised nothing can bond people more than a common idol, equally worshipped by all.

  3. › wiki › Lal_Bal_PalLal Bal Pal - Wikipedia

    Lal Bal Pal (Lala Lajpat Rai, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, and Bipin Chandra Pal) were a triumvirate of assertive nationalists in British India in the early 20th century, from 1906 to 1918. [ citation needed ] They advocated the Swadeshi movement involving the boycott of all imported items and the use of Indian-made goods in 1907 during the anti-Partition agitation in Bengal which began in 1905.

  4. Kesari (Marathi: केसरी Sanskrit for lion) is a Marathi newspaper which was founded on 4 January 1881 by Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak, a prominent leader of the Indian Independence movement. The newspaper was used as a spokes piece for the Indian national freedom movement , and continues to be published by the Kesari Maratha Trust and Tilak's descendants.

  5. 31/08/2022 · 75 साल का उत्सव भी हो चुका. गणेशोत्सव में एक दिन आनंद बाजार मनाने की शुरुआत यहीं से हुई। रामबाग कॉलोनी के लोग घरों से पकवान बनाकर लाते और उसके स्टॉल लगाते ...

  6. Remembering Tilak Maharaj by Jyotsna Kamat; Full & authentic report of the Tilak trial (1908) being the only authorised verbatim account of the whole proceedings with introduction and character sketch of Bal Gangadhar Tikak: Together with press opinion, 1908, Narsinha Chintaman Kelkar

  7. › wiki › TilakTilak — Wikipédia

    Le tilak, tika, ou pottu est une marque portée sur le front par des hindous. C'est une marque censée porter bonheur, apposée au cours d'une cérémonie religieuse ou en guise de bienvenue ou bien le tilak indique l'appartenance à un groupe religieux.