Synonyms for appasaheb or Related words with appasaheb

bhausaheb              chintaman              mohite              ganpatrao              gulabrao              ramrao              anandrao              pitambar              pandurang              parmanand              atmaram              annasaheb              moreshwar              gopalrao              dattatraya              krishnaji              vithalrao              vishwanatha              bholanath              jayarama              chaturbhuj              bhaurao              vasantrao              ramasami              govindram              raghunandan              balkrishna              shivajirao              bezawada              ramalinga              chettiyar              dayaram              harichandan              kunjan              chintamanrao              bhawani              brahmanand              vishvanath              poduval              bapuji              nampoothiri              babanrao              heggade              dattatray              venkataramana              jethabhai              shripad              pantulu              birabar              vithaldas             



Examples of "appasaheb"
A furious Appasaheb decides to blow up the borewells, and with devious intentions decides to propose to Ratna himself.
SANGAMWADI is a nice village but its way of life is adversely affected by the conflicting loyalties of two groups, one headed by Hindurao Patil and the other led by Appasaheb Desai.
The last ruler of Sangli was Capt. HH Shrimant Raja Saheb Sir Chintamanrao II Dhundirajrao Appasaheb Patwardhan. Sangli joined the Dominion of India on 8 March 1948 and is currently a part of the state of Maharashtra.
The construction of the temple was started by the late Sri Appasaheb Patwardhan. The basalt stone blocks used for the construction were brought from the Jyotiba hills near Kolhapur.
Venna lake is one of the major tourist attractions of Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra state in India. The lake was constructed by Shri Appasaheb Maharaj, who was Raja of Satara in the year 1842.
river. She is saved by Deepak, Appasaheb’s brother, and love blossoms between the two, much to the resentment of Hindurao, who forbids them to see each other. He insults Deepak publicly which angers Appasaheb, who carries out a revenge attack on Patil's property. He then builds a new school to boost his prestige.
In 1891, he got a job in Nagpur as a translator of Sanskrit literature. (He himself wrote some poems in Sanskrit in the following years.) Under the patronage of one Appasaheb Buti, he edited for a while a Marathi magazine named "Rushi" (ऋषि), which was aimed at discussions of Hindu religious matters.
Rajeev Appasaheb Rajale ( आमदार राजीव राजळे ) popularly known as "RAJABHAU" (राजाभाऊ) (born December 5, 1969 in the village of Kasar Pimpalgaon, Maharashtra, India) is an elected member of the Indian National Congress party in the Maharashtra State Assembly. He represents 231 Pathardi Shevgaon constituency.
History of Harali dates back to 1500 AD. It history is as old as Gadhinglaj it was a small village on the river Hiranyakeshi. But in recent years it has seen a boom in Economy, Population and in real estate. It now has become an important Town in it area and important market place..During 1970 Gadhinglaj Sugar Factory was founded by Late Dr. Appasaheb Nalawade in Harali thus starting both Industrial and Agriculture growth in the Gadhinglaj Taluka.
Despite the adverse family situation,Chavan was an active participant in the struggle for independence of India. In 1930, he was fined for his participation in the Non-cooperation Movement led by Mahatma Gandhi. During this period he came in contact with Swami Ramanand Bharti, Dhulappa Bhaurao Navale, Gaurihar (Appasaheb) Sihasane V. S. Page and Govind Kruparam Wani. Their friendship lasted forever. In 1932, he was sentenced to 18 months in prison for hoisting the Indian flag in Satara.
In retaliation Hindurao blows the school up with the help of dynamite. An irrigation project has been sanctioned but, since the pipeline will go through Appasaheb’s farm, he obtains a stay order. The project comes to a halt, which will adversely affect the village. Feeling remorse for his actions, Appasaheb decides to dig borewells. He is helped by his brother Deepak. All this is watched by Pratap Aaglave who poisons Appasahebs mind by feeding false stories about Deepak.
Sangli was part of Maratha Empire, for it had been one of the Southern Maratha Jagirs. However, there are no direct references mentioning Sangli before 1801. During the time of Shivaji, Sangli, Miraj and surrounding areas were captured from the Mughal Empire. Until 1801, Sangli was included in the Miraj Jagir. The First Chintamanrao Appasaheb Patwardhan established a different principality with Sangli as the capital city.
Harali is a Town in Gadhinglaj Taluka Kolhapur district situated in the southwest corner of state Maharashtra, India. Harali is situated on banks of Hiranyakeshi river originated from the Great Amboli Ghats is about 7 km from Gadhinglaj towards south and 12 km from the second largest city Kadgaon in Gadhinglaj Taluka and just 2 km from Mahagaon,Gadhinglaj. It is managed by Town Council.In 2011 it has a population of about 15,856. Harali is the eight largest city and town in Gadhinglaj Taluka. Shri Appasaheb Nalawade Gadhinglaj Taluka Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana (sugar mills) is situated in the town.
It was manifestation of Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil's speech. For the sake of growth and expansion of the academic front, Arts & Commerce faculties were started from June 1971. The two faculties Arts & Commerce were renamed after the sages Gautam & Sanjivani respectively. Shri Appasaheb Varute was the first principal of the college, who later became the V.C. of Shivaji University, Kolhapur. The young enthusiast Prin. S. D. Patil developed the college with all the aspects qualitatively & quantitatively to flourish it in a huge institute with a number of academic activities.
Harali is a Town in Gadhinglaj Taluka Kolhapur district situated in the southwest corner of state Maharashtra, India. Harali is situated on banks of Hiranyakeshi river originated from the Great Amboli Ghats is about 7 km from Gadhinglaj towards south and 12 km from the second-largest city Kadgaon in Gadhinglaj Taluka and just 2 km from Mahagaon, Gadhinglaj. It is managed by Town Council. In 2011 it has a population of about 15,856. Harali is eight largest city and town in Gadhinglaj Taluka. Shri Appasaheb Nalawade Gadhinglaj Taluka Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana (sugar mills) is situated in the Town. Harali is located at .
Keshav Thackeray was born on 17 September 1885 in Panvel in a Chandraseniya Kayastha Prabhu family. According to his autobiography "Mazhi Jeevangatha", one of his ancestors was a kiladar of the Dhodap fort during the Maratha rule. His great-grandfather Krishnaji Madhav ("Appasaheb") resided in Pali, Raigad, while his grandfather Ramchandra "Bhikoba" Dhodapkar settled in Panvel. Keshav's father Sitaram adopted the lastname "Panvelkar" as per the tradition, but while admitting his son in the school, he gave him the surname "Thakre", which was apparently their traditional family name before "Dhodapkar". An admirer of the India-born British writer William Makepeace Thackeray, Keshav later anglicized the spelling of his surname to "Thackeray".
The Goan struggle continued for many years. Atmaram Narsinh Karmalkar, an officer in the Banco Colonial (Portuguese Bank) at Pananji (in Goa) (then known as Panjim), who was popularly known as Appasaheb Karmalkar was indirectly involved in the freedom struggle in Goa. He was dismissed from the bank and finally took up the struggle to liberate Goa. In course of time he realized that liberation of DNH was crucial if Goa was to be liberated. Karmalkar reached Vapi and met Jayantibhai Desai from Dadra. He also met Bhikubhai Pandya from Nani Daman and Vanmali Bhavsar from Silvassa.
Kadgaon is an agriculture market popularly known for sugarcane and red chili, jaggery, food grains and vegetables. Some parts of Sindhudurg district and some parts of Goa state heavily rely on Kadgaon for food grains and vegetables. It is also known for the jaggery production. Kadgaon is the major producer of Sugarcane in both Kolhapur and Maharashtra. It was the main sector of the economy of Kadgaon until it was overtaken by the business and industrial sector on 2010. Kadgaon is an agriculture market popularly known for sugarcane and red chilis, jaggery, food grains and vegetables. Some parts of Sindhudurg district and some parts of Goa state heavily rely on Kadgaon for food grains and vegetables. Shri Appasaheb Nalawade Gadhinglaj Taluka Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana (sugar mills) is situated 9 km from the town.
Appasaheb Karmalkar, a bank employee with the Goa government took the reins of the National Liberation Movement Organization (NLMO) for the liberation of the Portuguese-ruled Indian territories. Simultaneously the AGD (led by Vishwanath Lavande, Dattatreya Deshpande, Prabhakar Sinari and Gole) and volunteers of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (led by Raja Wakankar and Nana Kajrekar) had been planning an armed assault for freeing Dadra and Nagar Haveli. Wakankar and Kajrekar visited the area around Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman several times in 1953 to study the topography and to get acquainted with the local workers and leaders who were agitating for the liberation of the Portuguese territory. In April 1954 the NLMO, AGD and RSS agreed to form a United Front for liberation of Dadra and Nagar Haveli. At a meeting in Elphinstone garden, an armed assault was planned. Independently, another organisation, United Front of Goans (UFG), also pursued similar plans.
Although the exact date of Gadhinglaj's founding is not known, old texts date it back to at least 1500 AD. Gadhinglaj was a small village near the banks of the Hiranyakeshi River. It was not until 1887, when the Gadhinglaj Municipal Council was formed, that it rapidly transformed from a small village into a bustling town. At that time the official name of the city was Hengaleaj. During the 1960s and 1970s it transformed into a city and its local government also transformed from a C-class municipal council to B-class municipal council. During the 1970s the Gadhinglaj Sugar Factory was founded by Appasaheb Nalawade, thus contributing to both the city's industrial and agriculture growth. Since 2000 it has seen a population and economic boom, with its population nearly tripling, thus becoming one of fastest growing cities in Maharashtra and India. During this time Gadhinglaj also saw a boom in the trade, business, financial, and real estate sectors.