Dada Dharmadhikari

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Shankar Trimbak Dharmadhikari (18 June 1899 – 1 December 1985), better known Dada Dharmadhikari, was an Indian freedom fighter, and a leader of social reform movements in India. He was a strong adherent of Mahatma Gandhi's principles.

His elder son Yashwanth Shankar Dharmadhikari served as the Advocate-general of Madhya Pradesh and his younger son Chandrashekhar Shankar Dharmadhikari served as judge of Bombay High Court.[1]

He died in Sevagram, Wardha on 1 December 1985.

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  1. ^ M. V. Kamath (1995). Gandhi's Coolie: Life & Times of Ramkrishna Bajaj. Allied Publishers. p. 124.