Krishnaji Gopal Karve
|Krishnaji Gopal Karve|
Nashik, Maharashtra, India
19 April 1910(aged 23)Thane, India
|Cause of death||hanged|
|Other names||Anna Karve|
|Education||Bachelor of Arts|
|Known for||Indian Independence Movement|
Krishnāji Gopāl Karve (Marathi: कृष्णाजी गोपाळ कर्वे) (1887 – 19 April 1910) was an Indian freedom fighter, a revolutionary. He had completed his B.A.(Hons) and had taken admission to LLB in Mumbai University. He was a member of the Abhinav Bharat Society in Nashik. On 21 December 1909, he along with Anant Laxman Kanhere shot Jackson, the Collector of Nashik. He was sentenced to death in the Bombay high court and hanged in Thane Jail on 19 April 1910.   
- "Martyrs from Maharashtra" poster, Government Central Press, Mumbai
- Majumdar, Bimanbehari (1966). Militant Nationalism in India and Its Socio-religious Background, 1897-1917. General Printers & Publishers. p. 94. Retrieved 8 September 2014.
- Phatak, N.R. Source Material for a History of the Freedom Movement in India: 1885-1920. Government Central Press, Government of India. p. 390, 394. Retrieved 8 September 2014.
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