Rajarshi Shahu Chhatrapati Papers: 1900-1905 A.D.: Vedokta controversy
Shahu Research Institute, 1985 - Kolhapur (Princely State)
Official communications and documents relating to Kolhapur, formerly a princely state, during the reign of Shahu Chhatrapati, 1874-1922.
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The Famous Vedokta Incident
Hostile Reactions of Brahmins 16
Assertive Role of Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj 26
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adopted Agent of Kolhapur application attached Babasaheb Bombay Government Brahmin community British Government Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj Chitpawans copy D. C. GRAHAM dated decision Dharmadaya duties Edgerley Excellency in Council Excellency's Exhibit family priest given Gotra Government of Bombay Government of India Govt grant H. H. Shahu Chhatrapati hereditary Highness the Maharaja Hindu honour Huzur Inam Inams and Vatans inquiry issued Karvir Khasgi Karbhari Kolhapur Durbar Kshatriya Kshatriya status lands letter Maharaja of Kolhapur Majesty Maratha matter Memorial memorialist Mouje Narayanrao Rajopadhye Nazarana Palace Panhala paragraph perform Petition Petitioner Petitioner's Political Agent Political Department Poona present Puranic Raja Rajarshi Shahu Chhatrapati Rajopadhyaya Rajopadhye's reply resumed resumption Revenue rites Royal family Ruler Sadashivbhat Sadashivrao Saheb Sanads Sarkar Satara Shankaracharya Shastras Shivaji Shri submitted Sudras Tarf Translation Vatan Vedas Vedic ritual Vedokta Controversy Vedokta movement Vedokta ritual Vide Paper Volume-Editor W. B. Ferris