Mumbai bids goodbye to piece of history

PUBLISHED ON: October 10, 2007 | Duration: 1 min, 49 sec

  
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Mumbai will soon bid goodbye to the chawl used by Lokmanya Tilak to spread the message of the freedom struggle. Falling prey to redevelopment, the chawl will give way to a high-rise tower. Keshavji Naik Chawl, birthplace of the community Ganesh celebrations started by Lokmanya Tilak back in 1893 to mobilize opinion for India's freedom struggle.
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