Dr. B. R. Andhare

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Dr Bhalchandra Ramchandra Andhare along with his family members.     Sitting Samvid Chaitanya Andhare
Sitting on chair Mukund B. Andhare, Dr. Bhalchandra R. Andhare, Chaitanya B. Andhare
Standing Chinmay Mukund Andhare, Dr. Deepti M. Andhare, Mrs Mira B. Andhare, Dr. Anjali C. Andhare, Sanil C. Andhare

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Books

Numbers of Book published by
Dr B. R. Andhare on the Nagpur History

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Awards

Honour to Dr Bhalchandra Ramchandra Andhare by various awards

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Museum

"Itihas Sanshodhan Kendra", Nagpur is a Library & Resource centre of history for future generation research.

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Maratheshahicha Sanshipt Itihas [1630-1818]
Dusare Bajirao Vithoor Yethe Vastavya [1829-1858]

TThe guest for unviel of book Maratheshahicha Sanshipt Itihas [1630-1818] Dusare Bajirao Vithoor Yethe Vastavya [1829-1858] invigorated by Shripad Aparajit on 13 May 2019 which is a 56 marriage anniversary of author Dr. B. R. Andhare & Shrimati Meera Andhare at his residence Andhare. It Has Sanshodan Kendra / Meera Andhare Cultural Museum, Bharat Nagar, Nagpur.

A book on the complete Marath History with a special reference to the last Peshva Bajirao II at Vithoor Brahmavart near Kanpur. It gives importance of Vithoor. The birth place of Lav and Kush, the sons of Lord Ram. Here Bajirao’s stay at Vithoor 32 years. The relations of Bajirao with the Bristish Commissioners. His efforts to throw the cluches of English. He create the back ground of the Indians First Revavlutions of 1858 by giving the all types of training to Jhansi ke Rani, Tatya Tope, Nanasaheb Peshve, balasaheb, Ravsaheb, Azim Ullakhan, Moropant Tambe and Others.