Bhavna Rushi

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Bhawana Rishi belonged to the Padmashali society of weavers who orginated the textile business and taught the skill to the people, who were later on called “Padmashali” Bhawana risi was son of the Maikandya risi. This is the first book in Marathi giving full information about his life and work. The writer Prof. Vijay Yangalwar has benefited the common man by this book.

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Bhawana Rishi belonged to the Padmashali society of weavers who orginated the textile business and taught the skill to the people, who were later on called “Padmashali” Bhawana risi was son of the Maikandya risi. This is the first book in Marathi giving full information about his life and work. The writer Prof. Vijay Yangalwar has benefited the common man by this book.

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Weight 50 kg
Dimensions 21.5 × 14 cm
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