- Shivsainiks reinstalled the board having Gagabhatt’s Name (15 June 09)
- Paithan: Congress removes Gagabhatta’s name on Board (13 June 09)
Paithan (Maharashtra): Hundreds of Shivsainik entered Balasaheb Patil Museum of Ancient Things forcibly and reinstalled the name plate having Gagabhatt’s Name on it. It was reinstalled at the hands of Shivsena’s District Head, Shri. Ambadas Danave. They also warned the government bent upon destroying History due communal pressure that they might break the Law if such incidence recurs.
Hindu hatred shown by Congress in Museum in Paithan!
June 13, 2009
Paithan (Sambhajinagar): A letter written to Gagabhatt by Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is kept in Balasaheb Patil Ancient Museum. Below the said letter there was a board with a mention of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s letter to Gagabhatt. Some time back ‘Dainik Samana’ had published news that the said board removed. This created fury among Shivaji Maharaj’s lovers. (O, Hindus! Look at how Congress intellect is failing in erasing names of Samarth Ramdasswami, Dadoji Konddev, Shivshahir Babasaheb Purandare and now Gagabhatt from the Historical evidences due to the pressure from the people hating Brahmins in order to get their votes. Oppose them now only and let the future generation know our true and glorious History! – Editor SP)
Coronation of the Founder of Hindavi Swarajya, Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj had taken place at the hands of Learned Brahmin, Shri. Gagabhatt. History Research Scholar, late Shri. Babasaheb Patil had found out this renowned document from the big ancient mansion of his heirs. Mahamahopadhyay Datto Vaman Potdar, Pune had given assurance that the hand writing in the letter written in ‘Modi’ script was that of Shivaji Maharaj. Other boards in the said Museum are untouched; but only that with Gagabhatta’s name was removed and a slip of paper is stuck there on which it is written, ‘Letter from Bhosale, period.’.
Writing in the letter to Gagabhatt in ‘Modi’ script
The letter says, ‘Gagabhatt, you are the priest of Bhosale family. You only would be the priest during the future rituals that would take place in our family.’