Lahuji Raghoji Salve

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Lahuji Raghoji Salve / लहुजी राघोजी साळवे (14 November, 1794 – 17 February 1881), also known as "Aadhyakrantiveer / आद्यक्रांतिवीर", "Krantiguru /क्रांतीगुरू ", Krantiveer Lahuji Vastaad / वस्ताद Raghoji Salve, Krantiveer Lahujibuwa Salve, was an activist, thinker, social reformer and revolutionary from Maharashtra. Lahuji is also referred to as Lahujibuwa Mang, since he was from the Dalit Mang community or Adya Krantikarak since he was the mentor of Vasudev Balwant Phadke who is known as the father of Indian armed struggle.

References[edit]

BOOK:the History of matang samaj