Bhilar


'Bhilar' - 2 News Result(s)

  • He Saved Mahatma Gandhi From Godse In 1944. Died Yesterday At 98

    He Saved Mahatma Gandhi From Godse In 1944. Died Yesterday At 98

    Four years before Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated, Nathuram Godse, the man who would shoot him three times in Delhi, tried to attack him with a knife. It was Bhiku Daji Bhilare who saved him. Yesterday, he died in Maharashtra; he was 98.

  • Village Of Books: Maharashtra's Bhilar Is India's Answer To Britain's Hay

    Village Of Books: Maharashtra's Bhilar Is India's Answer To Britain's Hay

    Soon, Maharashtra's Satara, popular for its large-scale strawberry exports, will be on many book lovers' bucket list. Bhilar village in Satara is going to be India's first 'village of books', a concept inspired by Britain's Hay-on-Wye, a Welsh town known for its book stores and literature festivals. It all started with a lone bookstore in 1962. By ...

'Bhilar' - 2 News Result(s)

  • He Saved Mahatma Gandhi From Godse In 1944. Died Yesterday At 98

    He Saved Mahatma Gandhi From Godse In 1944. Died Yesterday At 98

    Four years before Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated, Nathuram Godse, the man who would shoot him three times in Delhi, tried to attack him with a knife. It was Bhiku Daji Bhilare who saved him. Yesterday, he died in Maharashtra; he was 98.

  • Village Of Books: Maharashtra's Bhilar Is India's Answer To Britain's Hay

    Village Of Books: Maharashtra's Bhilar Is India's Answer To Britain's Hay

    Soon, Maharashtra's Satara, popular for its large-scale strawberry exports, will be on many book lovers' bucket list. Bhilar village in Satara is going to be India's first 'village of books', a concept inspired by Britain's Hay-on-Wye, a Welsh town known for its book stores and literature festivals. It all started with a lone bookstore in 1962. By ...

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