Panhala; Leading News Service: Thousands of youths from all over the country participate in heavy rains in Panhalgarh-Pawankhind to experience the mighty history of three and a half hundred years ago. According to the information of MP Dr. Given by Srikant Shinde. He also said that Panhalgarh-Pawankhind Development Plan has been approved by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde.
He was speaking at the inauguration of the Panhalgarh-Pawankhind campaign organized by Bati of Shiv Rashtra Parivar Maharashtra. Senior history researcher Dr. Was Vasantrao More. Meanwhile, breathtaking demonstrations of masculine sports were presented. On this occasion, the statue of Narveer Bajiprabhu Deshpande and the tomb of Veer Shiva Kashid were worshipped.
eat Shinde said, the Battle of Pawankhind is an important chapter in history. Bir Shiva Kashid, Baji Prabhu Deshpande, Rayaji Bandal, Krishnaji Bandal, Vithoji Kate, Shambhu Singh Jadhav sacrificed for Swarajya. Shivashtra Parivar is doing the work of taking their immortal history to the youth.
eat Darhysheel Mane said, We are always ready to provide whatever is needed for Shiva devotees on the Panhalgad-Pawankhind historical route. In this campaign to give to the youth, accommodation arrangements will be made, Rajesh Kshirsagar, Executive Chairman of the State Planning Board said, Shiv Rashtra Parivar has spread history to the world for the last 30 years. Youth should participate in such campaigns and build the future. Chief Medical Officer Mangesh Chivte expressed his concern. President of Shiv Rashtra Parivar Prashant Salunkhe explained the purpose behind the Pawankhind campaign along with the history.
Aniket Bandal, descendant of Veer Rapaji Bandal, Indrajit Jhete of General Kanhoji Jedhe in this campaign. Balasaheb Sanas, Karan Patil, Campaign Leader Ganesh Kadam, Vinayak Jarande, Mohan Khot, Rajendra Pawar, Viraj Salunkhe, Abhijit Chavan, Rituraj Chowgule, Shubham Chowgule, Ramesh Jadhav, Vijay Khot, Gajanan Parit, Vikrant Bhagoji, Umed Rajput, Abhijit Pawar, Atul Kapte has participated in more than 700 missions from across the country.
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