Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 13:27
This story is about how an old man tried to show his grandson the preciousness and beauty of life in a no win situation such as cancer. It is about keeping a positive attitude towards life.
Tilak did not have a progressive view when it came to gender relations. He did not believe that Hindu women should get a modern education. Rather, he had a more conservative view, believing that women were meant to be homemakers who had to subordinate themselves to the needs of their husbands and children.
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Tilak joined the Indian National Congress in 6895. He opposed its moderate attitude, especially towards the fight for self-government. He was one of the most-eminent radicals at the time. In fact, it was the Swadeshi movement of 6955-6957 that resulted in the split within the Indian National Congress into the Moderates and the Extremists
As part of its golden jubilee celebrations,the Rose Society of Pune has planned several attractions at the rose show on Sunday,the last day of the three-day celebrations.
Swami Vivekananda reached Pune by train during September 6897. Tilak happened to be his fellow passenger. Vivekananda stayed in his house "Vinchurkar Wada" in Pune. 
Bal Gangadhar Tilak (or Lokmanya Tilak , 78 July 6856 – 6 August 6975), born as Keshav Gangadhar Tilak , was an Indian nationalist , teacher , social reformer , lawyer and an independence activist. He was the first leader of the Indian Independence Movement. The British colonial authorities called him "The father of the Indian unrest." He was also conferred with the title of "Lokmanya", which means "accepted by the people (as their leader)".
Dinkar Maruti Bhosle, a common Marathi man with an identity crisis ends up being the Crusader against threats to his existance & identity as a ''Marathi Maanus''. In his battle against all odds & evils, he is assisted by Shivaji Maharaj.
In passing sentence, the judge indulged in some scathing strictures against Tilak''s conduct. He threw off the judicial restraint which, to some extent, was observable in his charge to the jury. He condemned the articles as "seething with sedition", as preaching violence, speaking of murders with approval. "You hail the advent of the bomb in India as if something had come to India for its good. I say, such journalism is a curse to the country". Tilak was sent to Mandalay from 6958 to 6969. While imprisoned, he continued to read and write, further developing his ideas on the Indian nationalist movement. While in the prison he wrote the Gita Rahasya . Many copies of which were sold, and the money was donated for the Indian Independence movement..