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Hindavi Swarajya Mahasang's second executive meeting was held on 21st December 2019 at Sadar Mahal Palace, Thanjavur

Hindavi Swarajya Mahasang's second executive meeting was held on 21st December 2019 at Sadar Mahal Palace, Thanjavur. 13 committee members participated out of 18. As a president Prince Shivaji Rajah Bhosle, senior vice-president Vikramsinh Mohite, Secretary Ranjeet Natu and other 10 Committee members participated.











Note from General Secretary

Meeting of the Pradhan Mandal of Hindavi Swarajya Mahasangh was held at the Sadar Mahal Palace, Thanjavur under the chairmanship of HH Shivajiraje Bhosale, Thanjavur. A press note was released at the press conference which reads as follows :

Press Note
2nd Pradhan Mandal Meeting (Managing Committee) of Hindavi Swarajya Mahasangh at Sadar Mahal Palace, Thanjavur on 21.12.2019

Hindavi Swarajya Mahasangh is a charitable organization comprising of present-day descendants of various historical “Sardar” families of the erstwhile Maratha Empire. HH. Shivajiraje Bhosale, Thanjavur has been nominated as the President (Adhyaksh) and Shrimant Mahendrasimha Peshwa has been nominated as the Executive President (Karyadhyaksh). Shri. Vikramsimha Mohite (Direct descendant of first General of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Sardar Hambirrao Mohite) is the first Sr. Vice-President (Varishtha Upadhykasha) while CA. Ranjeet Natu (Direct descendant of Sardar Balajipant Natu) is the General Secretary (Maha-Mantri). Various other direct descendants of persons who aided the establishment of Hindavi Swarajya from the times of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj till the time of Shrimant Bajirao Peshwa and also later are members of the Pradhan Mandal (Managing Committee).

The Mahasangh is a totally non-political NGO and it concentrates on various social service projects including promotion of nationalistic fervor of “India First” by undertaking various social service projects. The Mahasangh endeavours at promoting learning and research in history, conservation of historical monuments and documents, aiding civic authorities to manage natural calamities, etc. Recently the Mahasangh was a force multiplier to efforts of the various agencies undertaking rescue and aid operations during the Sangli floods by supplying relief material worth Rs. 5 Lakhs.

One of the unique activities taken up by HSM is the celebration of important historical days with an aim to prevent erosion of patriotic values amongst the youth and inculcate a sense of pride in their minds about the Indian History. On 14th January, 2019 the Panipat Yuddh Shourya Divas was celebrated by HSM at Panipat where HH. Shri. Shivajiraje Bhosale, Thanjavur was present. He had then honoured the Peshwa family represented by Shrimant Mahendrasinha Peshwa with a battle honour and also honoured around 60+ present-day descendants of various Maratha fighters who led down their lives for the Hindavi Swarajya. Since then HSM has decided to celebrate 4 important days of Maratha History primarily – Hindavi Swarajya Shapath Din (27th April), Atak Vijay Din (10th August), Dakshin Digvijay Din (6th October) and Panipat Shourya Din (14th January) every year. The next Panipat Shourya Din shall be celebrated on 12th January, 2020 in Pune in a very grand manner.

Recently a delegation of the HSM met the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Southern Command Lt. Gen. S. K. Saini in Pune. The Army Commander has approved the request of HSM to play the Military Band at the Lal Mahal (Childhood residence of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in Pune) and the Shaniwar Wada (The Headquarters of Peshwas in Pune) on alternate Sundays. He has also in principle approved the request of holding recruitment rallies at foothills of various forts in Maharashtra and also in Mulshi and Maval Talukas of Pune District to give a chance to the youth from martial families who constituted the main force in the armies of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Shrimant Bajirao Peshwa. The Army Commander advised the delegation to take up the mantle of training these youth for the written exam so that they get selected in the army. The HSM has started working on the same and soon the efforts will bear excellent results.

Various issues discussed at the today’s meeting include expansion of the activities of the HSM in nooks and corners of India wherever the Marathas Empire had spread by roping in as members various historical families and also youth who wish to contribute to the society. For this purpose a Yuva Samiti and a Mahila Samiti has been formed. Yuva Samiti is led by Shri. Bhushansingh Holkar (Descendant of Malharrao Holkar) while the Mahila Samiti is led by Begum Shaheen Bahadur of Banda (Descendant of Nawab Samsher Bahadur). Further, a Karyakari Samiti of volunteers has also been formed.

A pavilion of Marahta Historical Families shall be formed at “Zapoorza” at Khadakwasla in Pune which is a cultural centre promoted by PNG & Sons Group. This pavilion will showcase the history of great Maratha Sardars and Administrators of the Maratha Empire.

District & Zonal Committees are also being formed to spread the work of HSM. Sardar Shri. Vishwajeet Gaderao has been appointed as the President of the Thanjavur zone of HSM.

For Hindavi Swarajya Mahasangh

(CA. Ranjeet Natu)
General Secretary.

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