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Date:
01 Jan 2003
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18:28:03
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Awesome site !!! Keep up the good work. It feels good to see Mudhol on the web from the US.


Date:
16 Jan 2003
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05:18:43
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Excellent Website, though not complete. Have read about the Last Maharajah of Mudhol in the Book Aghora 3: Karma by Dr Svoboda.


Date:
06 Feb 2003
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23:58:37
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I want to get information related to BAJI family of mudhol where i can get it please guide website is nice , full with information email : mbaji@rediffmail.com


Date:
26 Feb 2003
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09:24:37
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"excellent" and "marvellous"that is what this site can call. full of information and rich with beautiful pictures. my personal thanks to the creator of this site. abhijit


Date:
28 Feb 2003
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11:12:35
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good to see mudhol on the net,though incomplete.hope to see more as soon as possible. sarayu@sify.com


Date:
20 Apr 2003
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22:17:59
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Eventhough I don't know much about Mudhol, its a very good site. Keep up the good work. Vanishree Tanksali, U.S.A.


Date:
28 Apr 2003
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04:23:29
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Very impressive. In fact, I went to school with Prince Bhairav Singh (as he was then) at Doone House Preparatory School, Westgate-on-Sea, Isle of Thanet, Kent, around 1936-38. I even have some old photos . . I'd quite like to be in touch, after all theses years, if that is possible. Dr Graham Hardie Sydney, Australia.


Date:
08 May 2003
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05:26:11
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whole year i am searching for information about baji family of mudhol please provide some information Prof .Baji makarand m. University of Mumbai


Date:
15 May 2003
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09:49:06
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I am searching for information relating to Munj Rajput of Malsian punjab, in perticular Ch Abdul Aziz khan ( Zaildar )information email rahoul_rana@yahoo.co.uk


Date:
12 Jun 2003
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13:47:22
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The web page has been very interesting to read. It gives interesting details about the power struggle in Deccan areas of India. Avinash Desai USA sonawade@hotmail.com


Date:
25 Jul 2003
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22:42:29
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Great Aniz


Date:
12 Aug 2003
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08:41:40
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Dear sir, im very pleased for upbringing this site and feeding with all the rich history of GHORPAADE'S, i wold like to know the present sate of the durbar hall nad if nay books available on the history of GHORPADE'S. Thanking u regards Santajirao(sachin)Ghorpade Manjari tal chikkodi dist belgaum state karnataka ghorpade_22@rediffmail.com


Date:
12 Aug 2003
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08:42:39
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Dear sir, im very pleased for upbringing this site and feeding with all the rich history of GHORPADE'S, i would like to know the present state of the durbar hall and if any books available on the history of GHORPADE'S. Thanking u regards Santajirao(sachin)Ghorpade Manjari tal chikkodi dist belgaum state karnataka ghorpade_22@rediffmail.com


Date:
21 Sep 2003
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08:55:45
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hi'yuu are the first we are visitihg since we arrived yesterday.feels like home on your site.sayhi to everyone. we are at dadusinh@hotmail.com


Date:
23 Sep 2003
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10:39:34
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I am f friend of katkiba in New Jersey, USA. I visited the site with Mr Arjun Jadeja during his visit to the US, and I was amazed at the history of Mudhol and i would like to learn more. Looking forward to more pictures. Great site!. Pl. keep up the good work


Date:
23 Sep 2003
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10:51:09
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Hi The last commment on Sept./23/03 is by Maya, friend of Katki ba & Arhun jadeja.


Date:
15 Oct 2003
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10:44:07
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Hello, My name is Sangramsinha Ghorpade (Mudhol).I would like to know if you can provide the family tree if I can specify names of upto 6 generations starting from my name. My email address is netsangram@yahoo.com and we are currently settled in Mumbai. Thank you.


Date:
27 Oct 2003
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07:16:23
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MGBADA JOE,ABA,NAIJA, I LOVE THIS PAGE. KEEP IT UP.


Date:
11 Nov 2003
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07:16:36
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I was on the website of Maloji III and had the opportunity of going through the site on Mudhol. One can see the pains taken in building the site. It interested me more because I personally knew some of the princely families of the Western region and could co-relate to some of the people. Arun Zutshi, New Delhi. <arunzutshi@hotmail.com


Date:
13 Nov 2003
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09:12:15
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Nice to hereand c the history with good collection of photos Arvind vp


Date:
22 Nov 2003
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14:04:22
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hi babyraja guess me? didnot im rinku from mudhol lovely sight im clean bowled.its great to see this website. just a suggetion if possible add snaps of mudhol today. my id is chetanajadeja@yahoo.com mail me bye take care love rinku


Date:
15 Dec 2003
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08:30:24
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GOOD TO SEE THE HISTORY OF THE PLACE MUDHOL WHERE I WAS BROUGHT UP,ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB.EVERY ONE CAN COME TO KNOW THE IMPORTANCE OF THE TOWN WHICH HAS A RICH TRADITIONAL AND HISTORIC BACKGROUND. IT WILL BE GOOD IF U IMPROVE THE WEBSITE AND ALSO ADD SOME PICS OF THE PALACE.IT ALSO WOULD BE BETTER IF U CAN SPECIFY OF MUDHOL TODAY WITH SOME PICS. VIJAY PANCHAGAVI,BANGALORE


Date:
15 Dec 2003
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08:32:45
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vijaypanchagavi@hotmail.com


Date:
30 Jan 2004
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00:17:14
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Great Site! You have done a fantastic job. Congrats. You have informed that the present day Mudholkar family has descended from Pilaji Ghorpade.I am a little confused as the Mudholkars are actually Brahmins and the Ghorpades are Kshatriyas.(I am a Mudholkar and my ancestral place is Mudhol in Bijapur!) Why this discrepancy? Please clarify this doubt. I would be grateful if you throw more light on the complete family tree of Mudholkars. Niranjan R. Mudholkar iwayking@hotmail.com


Date:
13 Aug 2004
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12:17:59
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Hi ppl, This site is great, Congratulation! - INV


Date:
30 Aug 2004
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16:44:56
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The events mentioned on Baji Ghorpade's page relating to Shahaji Raje completely downplay what happened. Baji and Mustafa khan tricked Shajaji by lying to him and then caught him when Shahaji was sleeping during the night. This was typical of how the Sultans. Please read any good book on Maratha history and get your facts corrected. Baji Ghorpade and his entire clan never really wanted to be free from the Sultans. They were satisfied in serving the Sultan to the hilt. Here in lies the strength of the sultans. If Marathas like the Ghorpades and Sawants had joined hands with Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, there would have been no Sultans left and the course of history would have changed. This is the biggest fallacy of Maharashtra. Also, the description of the killing of Baji at the hands of Shivaji is completely fictitious. Shivaji gave Baji ample opportunity to fight and in fact killed him in a battle after allowing Baji to arm himself. In Shivaji's eyes, the entire Ghorpade clan were 'Gaddar' not worthy of a place in the Swarajya. Apart from the above mentioned false claims, your site is commendable. Hari Godbole (careful_buyer@ureach.com)


Date:
31 Aug 2004
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03:50:21
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Site Administratorís reply to Mr.Hari Godboleís observations Everyone is entitled to their opinion. Personal advice : Ifís and Butís would change the course of a lot of things in life. The idea is to learn from them and move on.


Date:
13 Sep 2004
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08:11:44
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I am really interested in finding out more about the family tree of Mudholkars. Please let me know if you have any info. I would be very grateful. Niranjan.M iwayking@hotmail.com


Date:
21 Sep 2004
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16:52:39
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Hi Good site. I know the Ghorpades and Arjunsinh Jadeja. I am his relative. History is his story. Jai Hind is more important. Dr Hasnain Patel


Date:
29 Sep 2004
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08:20:05
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I Rajendra Ghorpade going to study the history of Mouni Maharaj which was related to Vijapur.Mouni Maharaj math and samadhi at Patgaon on the bank of river Vedganga in Bhudargad taluka in Kolhapur district.Mouni Maharaj was Guru of Raja Shivaji and Sambhji.Before visit to Vijapur Shivaji raje meet Mouni Maharaj at that time Bajirao Ghorpade was at Sawantwadi.Here some history is missing If you have any information regarding this history please contact us Prof Mali ( Acharya Jawadekar B.Ed college Mouni university Gargoti )wrote a book on Mouni Maharaj in which he told that Ghorpade in contact with Mouni Maharaj Dr.Jayashingrao Pawar 108 Shivatej ,Sane Guruji Vasahat Radhanagari road Kolhapur 416011 in his personal private libary have some books in this i found that Maharani Tarabai's history regarding Mouni Maharaj But who was Mouni Maharaj and what was their role in sansthan's history is unknown If you found any reference regarding this you may contact me on rajghorpade1971@hotmail.com or rkghorpade2004@yahoo.com Yours Rajendra Ghorpade 14, Bhakti Complex Kharalwadi Pimpri Pune -18


Date:
29 Sep 2004
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08:28:16
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i read and see your web site you mention very well thanks Rajendra Ghorpade Native place Khanapur Gargoti Residece today Pimpri Pune


Date:
26 Dec 2004
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09:24:59
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I am Ajit Mahadev Baji, hail from muhol presently working in Surat. This is really a very nice site. Myself was unaware of our city's history. Add and update the photos of present Mudhol


Date:
31 Dec 2004
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04:35:41
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This is a very informative and fascinating site. As a person hailing from Dharwar, I feel that other princely families of the area too should emulate your effort. It makes one proud to belong to such an area which has produced such valarous sons. You could also update the site upto the living descendants of the family. Further it would be nice to provide a family tree showing the Gajendragad and other branches of the family. My grandfather late Dr. H H Sinnur was closely associated with the princely family of Gajendragad. Addition of phots of the grand old men would always be welcome. Keep up the good work, and take care of the ids of porn sites coming on to the list of the comments. Thank you, Vijay R Jangam Pune vijayjangam@rediffmail.com


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