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Rajgruha Stands Tall

 

Rahul Bhise, Somnath Waghmare & Pranjali Kureel

Rajgruha, a custom made bulding in Mumbai which Babasaheb built to house his impeccable collection of books and where he lived many years is a very special monument for Ambedkarites. Now a museum it attracts large number of vistors from all age groups. This iconic site was vandalized by an unidentified man on the evening of 7th July, 2020 which lead to condemnation from followers of Babasaheb everywhere. This film created by Rahul Bhise, Somnath Waghmare and Pranjali Kureel takes you to Rajgruha and also talks about the recent vandalism incident that happened there.

 

Rajgruha Footage : Somnath Waghmare

Twitter Research : Pranjali Kureel

Edit/Script/Voiceover : Rahul Bhise

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