Bahujan Samaj Movement

The Satyashodhak Samaj later on turned out to be socially and politically divisive and loyalist, when the Maharaja (Shahu) of Kolhapur, who was having problems with his Brahman courtiers, patronised it. So did the British. They supported this movement, and also the Maharaja of Kolhapur, with the objective of creating an anti-Congress front against Bal Gangadar Tilak.

After 1919, Bhaskar Rao Jad…

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