Articles by Dr Uday S Kulkarni

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Shrimant Govind Hari Patwardhan

He was born in Konkan in 1697 He left Konkan between 1697-98 and came to Kapshi-Berewadi in Maharashtra. Govind Hari became employed with the Peshwa in the year 1719 He was married to Satyabhama Bai Patankar sister of Mahadeo Bhat Patankar for Rajapur in Konkan and later when the Patwardhans received the Jagir Mahadeo BhatContinue reading “Shrimant Govind Hari Patwardhan”

Brahmibhoot Parampujay Hari Bhat Baba Patwardhan- Mul Purush of the Patwardhans

Haribhat baba was born sometime in the year 1655 in a small hamlet known as Kotawade near Ratnagiri and close to Ganpatipule. His grandfather was the priest of the family of Sahasrabudhe who were residing in Kotwade. He practiced penance and worshipped lord Ganesh by taking “Durva juice” and achieved spiritual powers with the blessingsContinue reading “Brahmibhoot Parampujay Hari Bhat Baba Patwardhan- Mul Purush of the Patwardhans”

SHRIMANT GOPALRAO GOVIND ALIAS RAOSAHEB PATWARDHAN

He was the eldest son of Shrimant Govind Hari Patwardhan. Govind Hari had four sons, namely: 1) Shrimant Gopalrao Raosaheb 2) Shrimant Wamanrao Balasaheb 3) Shrimant Pandurangrao Tatyasaheb 4) Shrimant Gangadharrao Balasaheb. Shrimant Gopalrao was born approximately in the year 1721-22. After Gopalrao ’s birth his father, in 1721 Shrimant Govind Hari received the PhadnisiContinue reading “SHRIMANT GOPALRAO GOVIND ALIAS RAOSAHEB PATWARDHAN”