Synonyms for yeshwantrao or Related words with yeshwantrao

anandrao              singhji              pratapsinhji              jayajirao              maharajadhiraj              khanderao              ganpatrao              shrimant              ramchandrarao              mukne              gajapathi              meherban              chintamanrao              narhar              sinhji              ramrao              narayanrao              pirajirao              moropant              trimbakrao              mohite              narasimharaja              rajmata              appasaheb              chintaman              ghorpade              tondaiman              gopalrao              mahimahendra              krishnaji              shivajirao              nimbalkar              pratapsinh              amarsinhji              devaji              brijraj              soubhagyavati              natwarsinhji              vithalrao              dhanaji              bapurao              prataprao              daulatrao              bhanabhai              mangaraj              dalpat              juddha              manikya              chandrasen              bhausaheb             



Examples of "yeshwantrao"
In 1984, an engineering college named Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering was established in Nagpur.
Yeshwantrao was born on 13 November 1908 in Sanduru, the capital of Sandur state to Bhujangrao Yeshwantrao Raje Ghorpade, the jagirdar of Gajendragad and his wife, Tarabai Sahib Ghorpade. Yeshwantrao had his education at Baldwin High School, Bangalore and Holkar College, Indore and graduated from the Allahabad University. On 5 May 1928, he succeeded his deceased cousin, Venkata Rao III as the Maharaja of Sandur and was formally installed on 20 June 1928.
Yeshwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University has recommended "Bahinabainchi gani" as a part of their curriculum since June 2012.
Yeshwantrao was a recipient of the King George V Silver Jubilee medal (1935), King George VI coronation medal (1937) and the Indian Independence Medal (1948).
Sushri Arunima Sinha (The first female amputee to climb Mount Everest) is selected for Prof. Yeshwantrao Kelkar Youth Award (Yuva Puraskar) 2014
Sarswatibai was awarded: 1. Balgandharva Purskar (Government of Maharashtra, 1966) 2. Balgandharva Gold Medal 3. ITC Sangeet Research Academy Award 4. Yeshwantrao Chavan Puraskar 5. Guru Mahatmya Puraskar (Maharashtra) 6. Ustad Faiyaz Ahmed Khan Memorial Trust (Kirana Gharana Award 1999)
Yeshwantrao Patangshah V assumed the title of Maharaja, shortly before he signed the instrument of accession to the Dominion of India in 1947. He then merged his state into the Bombay Presidency early in the following year. The Maharaja Medal (Maharaja Padak), awarded in a single class, was instituted by Maharaja Yeshwantrao Patangshah V in 1947 to commemorate his assumption of the title of Maharaja and to reward those who had served the state during his reign.
In the general elections of January 1980, Congress (I) won a majority in Parliament and came to power under the leadership of Indira Gandhi. In this election, Yashwantrao Chavan was the only candidate elected from Maharashtra as MP on a Congress (S) ticket. In 1981, Yashwantrao returned to Congress (I). In 1982, he was appointed the Chairman of the 8th Finance Commission of India. On 24 May 1982 Yeshwantrao Chavan & Vasantdada Patil's common friend Dhulappa Bhaurao Navale brought about the historic (Preeti Sangam) re-union of Yashwantrao Chavan and Vasantdada Patil in village Ankalkhop District Sangli. Due to this reunion of Yeshwantrao & Vasantdada several political changes took place in Maharashtra.
Women were earlier strictly not allowed to enter the shrine. Murarirao Yeshwantrao Ghorpade lifted the ban on women in October 1996. After the ban was lifted, nearly 3,000 women have worshipped at the temple.
The College campus is located on the outskirts of the Latur city. A satellite view of the same is available on Wikimapia. The Hospital attached to the college is Yeshwantrao Chavan Rural Hospital, Latur.
The dam was built in under the observation of Yeshwantrao Chavan. It has a hydroelectric power station consisting of three units of 7.5 MW capacity each for 22.5 MW total capacity.
Yeshwantrao ruled as the Maharajah of Sandur till the state's accession to Indian on 10 August 1947. The state was initially governed by an administrator till 5 February 1930 when he assumed full administrative powers. Yeshwantrao's reign is notable for his social and administrative reforms apart from his efforts at wildlife conservation. Yeshwantrao abolished untouchability and opened the gates of Hindu temples to all castes through legislation in 1932. In 1931, he set up a legislature comprising an upper and a lower house, the Sandur State Council.
In 1802, Yashwantrao Holkar who in exasperation moved south. He sacked Ahmadnagar and burnt Shinde's palaces at Shrigonda and Jambgaon. One of his officers, Fattesinh Mane, descended upon Pandharpur when the priests and religious managers of the place held a large congregation for a week conducting fervent prayers night and day for the safety of the Shinde from spoliation. Mane arrived at Pandharpur but refrained from doing any harm and even gave some present to the deity. Bajirao now followed delaying tactics hoping for the arrival of Shinde's troops. Yeshwantrao proceeded towards Baramati and wrote to Bajirao in cordial terms. Still he did not relent. On 25 October 1802 Yeshwantrao completely overwhelmed Shinde. Bajirao II, terror-stricken, fled Pune, and in spite of the hand of friendship again offered by Yeshwantrao sought protection of the English. He signed with them, on 31 December 1802, the treaty of Bassein under the terms of which he practically surrendered the sovereignty of the Maratha State to the English. The issue now became a general one, of a conflict between the English and the Maratha State. In April 1803 in accordance with the treaty of Bassein, General Arthur Wellesley passed through Pandharpur and Akluj to Pune to reinstate Bajirao Peshwa who had been driven away from Pune by Yeshwantrao Holkar in October 1802. At Akluj, General Wellesley was joined by Colonel Stevenson, the detachment under whose command was reinforced by the Scotch Brigade.
The instrument of accession to the Dominion of India was signed by Yeshwantrao Ghorpade on 10 August 1947, thereby merging Sandur State with the Madras Presidency in 1949. After formation of states on linguistic basis, Sandur was transferred to the Mysore State in 1956. Raja Yeshwantrao continued playing an influential and active role in public life, till his death in 1996. He was succeeded by is son, M. Y. Ghorpade as the titular Raja. M. Y. Ghorpade served as a state Minister for Finance, Rural Development & Panchayats, Member of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly and Member of Parliament the Indian Parliament (Lok Shabha).
Maharaja Srimant Yeshwantrao Hindurao Ghorpade (13 November 1908 - 11 October 1996) was the ruler of the princely state of Sandur from 1928 to 1949. He was the last Maharajah of Sandur and presided over the accession of the state to the Dominion of India. He was also an ardent wildlife conservationist and member of the Bombay Natural History Society.
The Maharaja Yeshwantrao Hospital, also known as Maharaja Yashwant Rao Hospital or simply M. Y. Hospital, is a government hospital located in the heart of city of Indore, India.It is the tertiary teaching hospital of one of the oldest & prestigious medical colleges in India,MGM Medical College (Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College),Indore.
Padmabhushan Vasantdada Patil Pratishthan’s College of Engineering is a tribute to the late Shri Vasantdada Patil, the Sahakar Maharshi and former Chief Minister of Maharashtra. The college is registered under Societies’ Registration Act, 1860 and Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950. Former deputy Prime Minister Yeshwantrao Chavan, laid the foundation of the college.
From June 1990, the management has established Institute of Management and Human Resources Development that conducts short term job oriented courses. A new study center of Yeshwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University has also been added with the four year degree course in Horticulture.
M. Y. Ghorpade (Murarirao Yeshwantrao Ghorpade) (07 Dec 1931 - 29 Oct 2011) was an Indian Politician. He was the son of the last Maharajah of the Sandur Kingdom. He was a seven-time MLA and one-time MP from Raichur. He also served as Rural Development, Panchayat Raj and Finance minister of Karnataka state. Ghorpade was the Chairman-emiratus of the Sandur Manganese and Iron ore (SMOIRE) operation. He was a Cambridge post-graduate in economics.
Maharashtra has the largest road network in India at 267,452 kilometres. 17 National Highways connect Maharashtra to six neighbouring states. The length of National Highways in Maharashtra is 3688 kilometres. Maharashtra has a large state highway network. 97.5 per cent of the villages in the state were connected by all-weather roads as of March 2010. The Yeshwantrao Chavan Mumbai-Pune Expressway, the first access controlled toll road project in India was made fully operational in April 2002.