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    This article is about the Marathi newspaper. For other uses, see Kesari (disambiguation).

    Kesari

    Type Daily newspaper

    Format Print, online

    Owner(s) Kesari Maratha Trust

    Founder(s) Bal Gangadhar Tilak

    Publisher Kesari Maratha Trust

    Founded 4 January 1881; 141 years ago

    Political alignment Centre-right politics

    Language Marathi

    Website www.dailykesari.com

    First edition of newspaper

    Editorial of the newspaper

    (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.[1][2][3]

    Bal Gangadhar Tilak used to run his two newspapers, , in Marathi and [4] in English from Kesari Wada, Narayan Peth, Pune. The newspapers were originally started as a co-operative by Chiplunkar, Agarkar and Tilak.

    Contents

    1 Initial years, editors and writers

    2 Prosecution of 1897

    3 Present day

    4 Kesari wada and Tilak museum

    5 See also 6 References

    Initial years, editors and writers[edit]

    The editors of included a number of freedom fighters and social activists / reformers, including Agarkar (its first editor), Chiplunkar and Tilak. Agarkar left Kesari in 1887 to start his own news paper, (The Reformer) after which Tilak continued to run the paper on his own. Narasimha Chintaman Kelkar, a close associate of Tilak, served as editor twice when Tilak was imprisoned in 1897 and 1908.[5]

    Prosecution of 1897[edit]

    Bal Gangadhar Tilak mentions that the letter he received from Swami Vivekananda must have been destroyed along with many others after the close of the Prosecution of 1897.[6]

    Present day[edit]

    An online Marathi periodical called continues to be published, edited by Lokmanya Balgangadhar Tilak's great grandson, Deepak Tilak.[7]

    Kesari wada and Tilak museum[edit]

    The wada was originally known as Gaikwadwada,[8] and owned by Sayajirao Gaikwad III the Maharaja of the Princely state of Baroda. It was sold to Tilak by the Maharaja in 1905 at a fair price.,[9][10] The original (Marathi for courtyard / building) where Tilak published the newspaper still houses the current day offices of . Along with offices of Kesari, the courtyard contains the Tilak museum and Kesari-Maratha library. These together house mementos of Tilak, including his writing desk, a number of original documents, and the first India national flag which was unfurled by Madame Cama in 1907 in Stuttgart.[11] During Ganapati festival, the Wada is visited by a large number of people.[12][13]

    See also[edit]

    List of newspapers in India

    References[edit]

    ^ "About the Vice Chancellor - Deepak J.Tilak". . Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth. Retrieved 17 June 2014.^ "Retracing the legend of Gangadhar Tilak at Kesariwada". . Blog - Indian Heritage Sites. Retrieved 17 June 2014.^ Inamdar, Siddhesh (4 January 2010). "Tendency to dumb down journalism disturbing: N. Ram". . Pune. Retrieved 7 January 2013.^ Mone (Tilak), Mrs. Geetali Hrishikesh. "The Role of Free Circulation in Optimum Newspaper Development - Ph.D. thesis submission". . Preface - Shodhganga. Archived from the original on 20 June 2014. Retrieved 17 June 2014.^ Watve, K.N. (1947). "Sri Narasimha Chintaman "Alias" Tatyasaheb Kelkar". : 156–158. JSTOR 44028058.^ "Reminiscences of Swami Vivekananda". .^ "Know your city - Pune". . Retrieved 17 June 2014.^ "Gaikwad Wada Photo on Maharashra Government Website". .^ HoVB (22 April 2017). "Gaekwad Wada at Pune". . Retrieved 8 April 2021.^ Bal Gangadhar Tilak (1908). . Printed at the Indu-Prakash steam Press. p. 17.^ Pal, Sanchari. "Remembering Madam Bhikaji Cama, the Brave Lady to First Hoist India's Flag on Foreign Soil". . Retrieved 28 June 2018.^ "Kesari Wada". . Maharashtra Tourism. Retrieved 17 June 2014.^ "Kesari Wada". . Pune Site. Archived from the original on 28 June 2018. Retrieved 17 June 2014.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)

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