Fourth workshop has been completed on 13th september in Kolahpur

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Kolhapur (Marathi:कोल्हापूर ) is a city situated in the south west corner of Maharashtra, India. The population of Kolhapur is around 419,000. The main languages are Marathi, Hindi, and English. It is popular for its Mahalaksmi temple. It is situated on the banks of the river Panchganga. Many hills and forts like Panhala fort and Jothiba temple hill surround the city. The city is also famous for training wrestlers. There is national stadium for a form of wrestling known as Khasbag. It is also famous for making leather footware, popularly known as Kolhapuri Chappals and sugar products.

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Painting By Chandrakant Joshi

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Sketches by Mayur Kulkarni and Santosh Shinde



Mahalaxmi - kolhapur

The 1930's in Kohlapur a time line


11. Kolhapur – 1936 - 38

Making of ‘Gangavataran’

Transporting the Himalayas to Kolhapur by whitewashing the Sahyadri mountain range

Narayan Hari Apte

Baburao Painter

Anandrao Painter

Sardar Bai

Gulab Bai

Shalini Cinetone

Kohlapur Cinetone

V. Shantaram in Kohlapur

Shahu Maharaj

Rajaram Maharaj

Srimati Tanibai Kagalkar

Chitnis - Shankar

Suresh Pardesi - Narada

Kusum Deshpande

Bhagvat

Shankarrao Bhosle

Pathan

Ibrahim

Gawali

Dongre

Barch Bahadur

Mahanada

Leela Mishra

Ansuya as (Ansuyabai)


Original Music By

Vishwanathbua Jadhav


Cinematography By

Vasudev Karnataki


Special Effects By

Babaraya Phalke - Special effects


Other Crew

Dhundiraj Govind Phalke - Lyricist


12 Kolhapur - 1920-1924

Damle

Rangbhumi

Bhalji Pendharkar

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