व्यासपीठ पुणेकरांचे

हा ब्लॉग म्हणजे पुणेकरांचं व्यासपीठ आहे. तुम्हाला पडलेले प्रश्‍न, तुमच्या समस्या सुचलेली उत्तरं, पाहिलेलं चांगलं काही आणि कोणाच्या तरी पाठीवर मारायची थाप... हे सारं तुम्ही इथे "शेअर' करू शकता. पोस्ट, फोटो आणि व्हिडिओ साऱ्यांचंच इथे स्वागत आहे.अट फक्त एकच एखाद्यानं मांडलेल्या समस्येवर, प्रश्‍नावर इतरांनी उत्तरं सुचवायची!

संडे स्पेशल

अवतीभवती घडणारं काही खास...निवडक म्हणजे "ई सकाळ'चं संडे स्पेशल. सरत्या आठवड्यातील चर्चेची घटना आणि मराठी साहित्यात पदार्पण केलेलं नवं कोरं पुस्तक, असे दर आठवड्याला स्पेशल विषय. खास संडे स्पेशलमध्ये.

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मराठी पाट्या लावा

महाराष्ट्रात लातूरला भूकंप झाला, तेव्हा भूकंपग्रस्तांसाठी मदतीचा हात आखडता घेणाऱ्या मुंबईतील व्यापाऱ्यांनी जेव्हा भूजमध्ये भूकंप झाला, तेव्हा मात्र तेथे भरभरून मदत केली, मग महाराष्ट्र व गुजरात असा भेदभाव का, असा परखड सवाल महाराष्ट्र नवनिर्माण सेनेचे अध्यक्ष राज ठाकरे यांनी आज बुधवारी उपस्थित केला.मराठी पाट्या लावण्यासाठी आता फक्त एकच दिवस शिल्लक आहे, पाट्या बदलल्या नाहीत तर परिणामांना सामोरे जा, असा अंतिम इशाराही त्यांनी दिला.

गेल्या काही दिवसांपासून मराठी पाट्यांचा मुद्दा चांगलाच तापला आहे. त्यातच काल मनसेने व्यापाऱ्यांची सभा उधळून लावली होती. या पार्श्‍वभूमीवर मराठी पाट्यांना विरोध करणाऱ्या व्यापाऱ्यांविरुद्ध राज ठाकरे यांनी चौफेर हल्ला चढविला.

महाराष्ट्राची राजभाषा मराठी असावी, हा १९६१ चा कायदा आहे , तरीही राज्याच्या भाषेसाठी कोर्टात जावे लागते यासारखे दुर्दैव नाही. भाषेसाठी कोर्टात जाणारे कुठलेही राज्य या देशात नाही, अशी खंतही त्यांनी व्यक्त केली.

तर दुसरीकडे उद्धव ठाकरे यांनी कायदा आमच्यामुळे झाला असून, मनसेने त्याचे श्रेय घेऊ नये, असा इशारा दिला. मराठीचा आग्रह योग्य असला, तरी त्यात पक्षीय राजकारण आणणे योग्य आहे का? या सर्वांत तुम्ही कोणती भूमिका घ्याल? आम्हाला येथे नक्की कळवा...

42 comments:

  1. sagar said...
     

    raaj cha mudda barobarch ahe marathi hi maharashtrachi rajbhasha aahe tyamule sarvch patya marathit pahije

  2. Sujit said...
     

    raj Thakre he marathi mansa sathi changlya prakare dhadpadat aahet. Tyana saarva marathi mansaani pathimba dyala pahije.

  3. prasanna said...
     

    raaj thakrencha mhanna 100 takke barobar ahe. maharashtrat he baherche loka yeun dadagiri kartat tyamule tyana pan apan tasach uttar dila pahije. baherchya saglya statemadhe tya tya statechya bhashela respect detat. phakta maharasthtratch he hot nahi. kalmadi,krupashankar singh ase loka ki jyana maharashtrashi kahihi denaghena nahi ashe loka mantri banun dadagiri kartat ani apan akto ani gappa basto.Hya gujju ani bhayya lokana maharashtrachya baher haklun lawlach pahije. ani apla durdaiv ki aple mantrijan hya baherchya lokana kahich bolat nahit. anyway pan raj thakre pudhe wha amhi tumchya barobar ahot. jay maharashtra.

  4. ritu said...
     

    YES, YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT MR. RAJ THAKARE. WE ALL MAHARASHTRIANS ARE WITH YOU.

  5. Yogesh Kale said...
     

    YES, YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT MR. RAJ THAKARE. WE ALL MAHARASHTRIANS ARE WITH YOU.

  6. Yogesh Kale said...
     

    this is must import move ment in pune & allso Mumbai

  7. Anonymous said...
     

    See the arrogance of the outsiders... they come here.. make money.. use Marathi Manus's resources.. and also, deny to respect local community....

    Raj is 100% correct.. instead leg pulling by Maharashtra govt., who is no. one of Marathis, they also start realising that this issue is beyond politics and they should learn something from Raj Thakeray.

  8. Anonymous said...
     

    Those opposing Raj Thakre are pure anti-maharashtrians.

    You should go visit Bangalore, Madras, Jaipur. Perhaps you will not be able to read the numbers and letters. Even an auto/taxi person will not speak with you in HINDI! I appreciated their love for state language and treat the visitor as a person from outside world!

    Raj Thakre is taking the law in his hands. If Congress(i) cannot impose Marathi in Maharashtra.. someone has to do it.

    Maybe the methods are through revolt and unpeaceful.. but someone has to put the process of marathi right, at least in maharashtra.

    We all support anyone who does good for Marathi! All the Bangladeshi, Gujarathi, Bihari, Bhaya, Kanadigaas, Madrasese are visitors in Maharashtra. They need to learn marathi and live like marathi. Not the opposite! "Jaisa Desh Vaisa Besh"..

    Support Raj Thakre/ Shiv Sena (ONLY on Marathi ISSUE)!

    Jai Maharashtra,
    Jai Bhavani!

  9. Anonymous said...
     

    This is absolutely wrong the only instutution that did any thing substantial for Latur victims was JAIN samaj . They built a school and hostel for those orphan kids in Sant Tukaram Nagar Pimpri. It is there for everyone to see. Tell me what any marathi organization including Raj thakrey has done for them? He was busy with Michael Jackson the same year.

  10. Anonymous said...
     

    Marathi patya ha mudda aaj kaa? ha prashna aahe. Pratyek dukana var Marathi madhye naav aasne he manya aahe pan Raj nusta prassidhi saathi he sagle karto aahe. Tyane aata paryant kuthle sakaratmak karya kele aahe. To politics madhye aata least 10 - 15 varsha aahe tyat tyane kay karya kele aahe jo to aata marathi manus che netrutva ghet aahe? tyane shiv udyog sena chya nava var fakta paise khalle baki kahi kele nahi aani aata MNS la publicity chya nava var deshdrohi sarkha vagat aahe. Jar he want to acheive what he says he wants to then there are so many constructive and peaceful ways. Udya hyachya aashya vagnyane multinational companies will not invest in Maharashtra then what will our future generations do?

  11. Anonymous said...
     

    there are more burning issues than this. I think this is just a political stunt.

  12. wellwisher said...
     

    Raj is being passionate about these issues but the main issues(one's people REALLY CARE) are still NOT being attacked. That is important projects, vital for state's economic strength like irrigation, additional sea ports, MORE EDUCATIONAL INVESTMENT for skilled labor supply and so on. I mean the latter is even more vital since thats where revenue is being generated and having continual supply also helps sustained competitive edge over cost effective workforce attracting foreign investments.
    The reason for which the state made the progress is not these elements but due to liberalised policies, better infrastructure like electricity, road, public transport... We didn't swindled entire funds meant for certain projects like some of other states.
    Another issue he also needs to pay more attention is about % of TOTAL TAX collected from the state at the center to be retained like 25% or so. So that our farmers don't have to commit suicide, city's population don't have to live in slums and we could put more money on "infrastructure and education".

    I mean its not appropriate to encourage regional tentions. Its a hard earned freedom and unity. But then ofcourse if there is bias in the society towards localites like Raj pointed out over lackadaisical donations for Latur's earthquake victims against that in Gujarat, or any such factors, thats prone to hurt.

  13. Neo said...
     

    People who are saying that there are more pressing issues than this or this is wrong should answer why these pressing issues were not answered in the 60 years that Congress and other anti-marathi and anti-hindu parties are ruling. Uddhav Thakare is anyway a joker who should have given Shivsena's command to Raj. But that does not mean that this issue is invalid. We must come forward in support of Raj at any and every possible platform. Let's swear to vote to Raj in the coming elections. That is the least we can do.

  14. Anonymous said...
     

    Ekade marathi marathi karayche che ani pune corporation shikshan mandalachi bootachi order harayana chya companila dyala pathimba dyacha. ha konta nyaya?? Maharashtratat marathi mansachya bootachya companya nahit ka??

  15. Anonymous said...
     

    Raj is doing correct. Even if Mr. Deshmukh (CM for all expect Maharashtra) is not doing anything for Maharashtra. He is talking about law when they speak against RAJ. We all know what happened in Videocon case. So we must support RAJ for our better future. We must not think about country that is Centre's job...

  16. Anonymous said...
     

    de dhakka..........

  17. Anonymous said...
     

    yes what Mr Raj is sauying is correct.. pan he sagle matan sati tar nahi aahe na.,.. jase shiv sene ne suru kele ani ekda mate milali ki parat sagle band zale....

  18. Rahul katkar said...
     

    मराठी पाट्या लावा...


    MARATHI MANUS JAAGA HOTOY....
    Je samajatil tyana samjava ....nahi tyna GHARI patava...

  19. Ajay said...
     

    उद्धव ठाकरे कायद्याच्या निर्मितीच तर राज ठाकरे त्या कायद्याच्या अंमलबजावणीचे श्रेय घ्या. पण भांडू नका. मराठीच्या प्रेमासाठी, अभिमानासाठी मराठी पाट्या झळकल्याच पाहिजेत.

  20. Anonymous said...
     

    मुंबईतील मराठीच्या पिछेहाटीला मुख्यता जबाबदार म्हणजे कणाहीन,दिल्लीतील हाय कमांडला खुष ठेवण्यात धन्यता वाटणारे कॉंग्रेस सरकार. जोपर्यंत आपल्याला साखर कारखाने वा शिक्षणसंस्था काढुन अमाप संपत्ती व त्याआधारे मंत्रीपदे मिळवता येतात तोपर्यंत मुंबईचे काय वाटोळे होते याची या राजकीय नेत्याना काळजी नाही. राजकीय सत्ता मिळवून मुंबईत समुद्रकिनार्याजवळ आलिशान बंगला मिळवणे हेच केवळ त्याचे ध्येय आहे. दुकानावरील फलक मराठीत न लिहिले याचे त्याना काय महत्व वाटत नाही.
    मोहन दड्डीकर
    पुणे

  21. ravi said...
     

    Raj thimhi pudhe chala ahmi tumchya pathishi ahot
    udhav fakt rajkaran karatat

  22. Swamy said...
     

    In defence of the Marathi manoos

    Twenty-three years ago, soon after I landed up at the crowded Dadar station in north-central Mumbai hoping to make this incredibly high-energy city home and went about the task earnestly, one thing struck me as odd.

    It was the absence of Marathi around me.

    I found it odd because in the city I considered home till then, Chennai, Tamil, the local language, was in your face, as were all things associated with the language and culture.

    You had to know Tamil to survive there; and you wore your non-knowledge of Hindi as a badge of honour. As a youth it was de rigueur to take part in agitations against the 'imposition' of Hindi. If you received a lathi on the back or cooled your heels in the police lockup for a day for tarring a signboard, you were a local hero.

    The stupidity of it all hit me when I left the state's boundaries. Knowing the local language wherever you are, I still hold, is an absolute must, but my youthful aggression has subsequently been tempered today to say you need to know the local language plus the national language. It is not an either-or situation, as seems to be the case in aamchi Mumbai.

    So I found it odd that in Maharashtra's capital I went about learning not Marathi, but Hindi.

    I found it extremely odd, and still do, that that you can live all your life in Maharashtra's capital without speaking a word of Marathi.

    I found it odd that barring pockets in Maharashtra's capital, there was nothing visibly Maharashtrian about Mumbai.

    I couldn't help contrasting it with the city I came from. My god, back home this can never happen, I thought then; today, seeing the influx of 'outsiders' in once-conservative Chennai every time I visit, I wonder if it too will go the way of Mumbai, where all things Tamil will be confined to smaller and smaller pockets till one fine day the only place you will find them in will be the local museum. As an endangered species.

    Oh, but Mumbai is a cosmopolitan city, you don't need to know Marathi here: I have this line thrown at me umpteen times that it doesn't raise my hackles anymore.

    Is cosmopolitanism a ticket to erase the local identity, ignore the local language and thereby an important part of the local ethos, I have argued with friends who wore their non-knowledge of Marathi on their sleeve like I once did with Hindi.

    I think it is a matter of shame that after 23 years in the city my Hindi is better than my Marathi.

    I think it is a disgrace that there are scores and scores of schools in the city that don't think it is necessary to teach Marathi, and there are more being set up.

    I think it is pathetic that we, the non-Maharashtrians who have made our home and millions in this city, don't give a damn to the concerns of the local population.

    Isn't it hypocritical that we who berate the religious minorities day after day for not 'assimilating fully' with the majority, whatever we mean by that, are loath to do the same when it comes to language?

    Just look at the furore over the Marathi signboards in Mumbai. For the life of me I can't figure out what the problem is in with having them in Devnagari and in English, with the former in bigger font. Devnagari is also Hindi, you morons, we may all not speak Marathi and look down on it but most if not all of us barring the newbies to the city know that language, I want to tell the critics.

    Twenty-three years ago I wondered why no political party was articulating the locals' angst at being overrun by others. Oh you mean the Shiv Sena, scorned those in the know, it can't win any election, it can only beat up Madrasis.

    Then the inevitable happened. That party won the elections to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. Against an uproar of protests and condemnations it changed the name of the city to Mumbai; how Bombay became less of a city on being called Mumbai, I couldn't, and still can't, figure out. Still there are hordes that refuse to call the city by its original name, as if mentioning it would get them a day in jail or worse.

    But the Shiv Sena soon calculated that while local support will only bring it the municipality, to win the state's power-centre Mantralaya it needs to appeal to a larger section and went easy on its original plank. Beyond lip service to the Maharashtrian cause and Marathi, it did sweet little. Oh, how steep the price for ruling cosmopolitan Mumbai!

    Today another Thackeray has taken over the job of articulating the native angst, and I hope he does a better job of it than his uncle.

    I have my own theory on why Raj Thackeray, whose political party has blue (for Dalits), saffron (for Hindus) and green (for Muslims) on its flag, decided to go agro on the locals issue.

    Last year's civic elections in Mumbai proved to him that more than anything else, it was the consolidation of the 'outsider vote' -- read from UP and Bihar -- that led to his Maharashtra Navnirman Sena putting up a less than expected performance.

    And since then he has upped the mercury in his campaign against the communities he believes ganged up against him. In civic ward after civic ward in Mumbai, like mine for instance, it is an open secret that migrant labour may not have their families with them but they sure have a vote which they cast on the say-so of their local benefactor.

    There is no way Raj Thackeray can break this nexus; so he decided to go after the Maharashtrian cause full-throttle.

    Does it mean that he doesn't really believe in the cause he has been articulating? I don't know.

    But I do know that the cause he has robbed from under the Shiv Sena's nose has tremendous emotive value to a section that increasingly thinks it is being squeezed out from its city.

    In Mumbai either we take pride in not knowing Marathi despite having lived here for years, or speak the language to the support staff -- the office peons, the driver, the bai, but that too only a smattering, mind. After all we don't know Marathi.

    It is only in Mumbai you can get away with this. You can't treat the local language so shabbily in any of the other metros. I know you can't do this to Tamil in Chennai.

    You can blame the soft-hearted, decent Maharashtrian for meekly standing by while the rest of us made the most of the opportunities in the City of Gold if it soothes your conscience, but the fact is the rest of us have misused and abused the hospitality and warmth shown by the Maharashtrians to us. I am not sure how much longer he will remain a mute spectator.

    And when that happens, we will have it brought upon ourselves by consistently downgrading Marathi, denying Mumbai its Maharashtrian heart, and being terrible citizens in a great city.

  23. Anonymous said...
     

    In defence of the Marathi manoos

    Twenty-three years ago, soon after I landed up at the crowded Dadar station in north-central Mumbai hoping to make this incredibly high-energy city home and went about the task earnestly, one thing struck me as odd.

    It was the absence of Marathi around me.

    I found it odd because in the city I considered home till then, Chennai, Tamil, the local language, was in your face, as were all things associated with the language and culture.

    You had to know Tamil to survive there; and you wore your non-knowledge of Hindi as a badge of honour. As a youth it was de rigueur to take part in agitations against the 'imposition' of Hindi. If you received a lathi on the back or cooled your heels in the police lockup for a day for tarring a signboard, you were a local hero.

    The stupidity of it all hit me when I left the state's boundaries. Knowing the local language wherever you are, I still hold, is an absolute must, but my youthful aggression has subsequently been tempered today to say you need to know the local language plus the national language. It is not an either-or situation, as seems to be the case in aamchi Mumbai.

    So I found it odd that in Maharashtra's capital I went about learning not Marathi, but Hindi.

    I found it extremely odd, and still do, that that you can live all your life in Maharashtra's capital without speaking a word of Marathi.

    I found it odd that barring pockets in Maharashtra's capital, there was nothing visibly Maharashtrian about Mumbai.

    I couldn't help contrasting it with the city I came from. My god, back home this can never happen, I thought then; today, seeing the influx of 'outsiders' in once-conservative Chennai every time I visit, I wonder if it too will go the way of Mumbai, where all things Tamil will be confined to smaller and smaller pockets till one fine day the only place you will find them in will be the local museum. As an endangered species.

    Oh, but Mumbai is a cosmopolitan city, you don't need to know Marathi here: I have this line thrown at me umpteen times that it doesn't raise my hackles anymore.

    Is cosmopolitanism a ticket to erase the local identity, ignore the local language and thereby an important part of the local ethos, I have argued with friends who wore their non-knowledge of Marathi on their sleeve like I once did with Hindi.

    I think it is a matter of shame that after 23 years in the city my Hindi is better than my Marathi.

    I think it is a disgrace that there are scores and scores of schools in the city that don't think it is necessary to teach Marathi, and there are more being set up.

    I think it is pathetic that we, the non-Maharashtrians who have made our home and millions in this city, don't give a damn to the concerns of the local population.

    Isn't it hypocritical that we who berate the religious minorities day after day for not 'assimilating fully' with the majority, whatever we mean by that, are loath to do the same when it comes to language?

    Just look at the furore over the Marathi signboards in Mumbai. For the life of me I can't figure out what the problem is in with having them in Devnagari and in English, with the former in bigger font. Devnagari is also Hindi, you morons, we may all not speak Marathi and look down on it but most if not all of us barring the newbies to the city know that language, I want to tell the critics.

    Twenty-three years ago I wondered why no political party was articulating the locals' angst at being overrun by others. Oh you mean the Shiv Sena, scorned those in the know, it can't win any election, it can only beat up Madrasis.

    Then the inevitable happened. That party won the elections to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. Against an uproar of protests and condemnations it changed the name of the city to Mumbai; how Bombay became less of a city on being called Mumbai, I couldn't, and still can't, figure out. Still there are hordes that refuse to call the city by its original name, as if mentioning it would get them a day in jail or worse.

    But the Shiv Sena soon calculated that while local support will only bring it the municipality, to win the state's power-centre Mantralaya it needs to appeal to a larger section and went easy on its original plank. Beyond lip service to the Maharashtrian cause and Marathi, it did sweet little. Oh, how steep the price for ruling cosmopolitan Mumbai!

    Today another Thackeray has taken over the job of articulating the native angst, and I hope he does a better job of it than his uncle.

    I have my own theory on why Raj Thackeray, whose political party has blue (for Dalits), saffron (for Hindus) and green (for Muslims) on its flag, decided to go agro on the locals issue.

    Last year's civic elections in Mumbai proved to him that more than anything else, it was the consolidation of the 'outsider vote' -- read from UP and Bihar -- that led to his Maharashtra Navnirman Sena putting up a less than expected performance.

    And since then he has upped the mercury in his campaign against the communities he believes ganged up against him. In civic ward after civic ward in Mumbai, like mine for instance, it is an open secret that migrant labour may not have their families with them but they sure have a vote which they cast on the say-so of their local benefactor.

    There is no way Raj Thackeray can break this nexus; so he decided to go after the Maharashtrian cause full-throttle.

    Does it mean that he doesn't really believe in the cause he has been articulating? I don't know.

    But I do know that the cause he has robbed from under the Shiv Sena's nose has tremendous emotive value to a section that increasingly thinks it is being squeezed out from its city.

    In Mumbai either we take pride in not knowing Marathi despite having lived here for years, or speak the language to the support staff -- the office peons, the driver, the bai, but that too only a smattering, mind. After all we don't know Marathi.

    It is only in Mumbai you can get away with this. You can't treat the local language so shabbily in any of the other metros. I know you can't do this to Tamil in Chennai.

    You can blame the soft-hearted, decent Maharashtrian for meekly standing by while the rest of us made the most of the opportunities in the City of Gold if it soothes your conscience, but the fact is the rest of us have misused and abused the hospitality and warmth shown by the Maharashtrians to us. I am not sure how much longer he will remain a mute spectator.

    And when that happens, we will have it brought upon ourselves by consistently downgrading Marathi, denying Mumbai its Maharashtrian heart, and being terrible citizens in a great city.

  24. devendra said...
     

    Jase darudya mansane hata jari ganga jal glass ghetala tari pahanaryala to glass daru cha vatato tashi kahishi stithi "marathi patya" prakarna chi zali aahe. Ek changla vishay eka vait rajkarni chya hatat gela aahe.
    bhartat bhashe nusar prant padale gele maharashtra chi niramiti mage hi te ch karana aahe. tyamule jyala konala maharashtra madhe dhanda karayacha aahe kiva rahayache aahe tyane marathi bolale ch pahije, tya vyakti la marathi yayla ch pahije ha aagrah dharane kahihi chuk nahi. Sarv shala n madhe marathi shikavane sakti che kele pahije. Marathi hi maharashtra chi lok bhasha aahe ti sarkari bhasha hone garaje che aahe. nusate dada giri karun prashan sutat nasatat aani koni ha mudda gheun swataha che sthan rajkarana madhe nirman karat asel tar te sudha barobar nahi.

  25. sujay bhingarkar said...
     

    Raaj Thakrencha mudda barobarch aahe. Ubhya Maharashtrat dukananchya patya marathitach hawyat.Marathi patya lawnya karat kayada karawa lagato aani tya kaydyachya ammalbajawnila etki warsha lagtat hya sarkha maay marathicha durdaiwa nahi.Sarwa swabhimani marathi manani nishchay karawa ki jar dukanachi pati marathit nasel tar me tya dukanat janar nahi, todfod karanya peksha ha marga jalim tharel asa mala watata.Ekda ka hyancha dhanda basala ki chat talyawar yetil.

  26. Anonymous said...
     

    We can use Mahatma Gandhi's tool of ASAHAKAR against those who dont put Marathi boards.

    A MARATHI manus should not buy from the shop on which the board is on written in MARATHI...

    Non MARATRHI boardvale apoap MARATHI patya lavateel...otherwise they will loose business... thats the powerful technique...

  27. Anonymous said...
     

    Sorry for the printing mistake in the above comment...
    INSTEAD OF
    "A MARATHI manus should not buy from the shop on which the board is on written in MARATHI..."

    IT SHOULD BE
    "A MARATHI manus should not buy from the shop on which the board is "NOT" written in MARATHI..."

  28. Anonymous said...
     

    I respect Raj's most of the recent views /decisions. I would like to see this one implemented as well. But I am not sure how this is going to help common Marathi man. I mean his views on jobs etc are going to help marathi's but forcing nameplate change. I dont know whats the benifit.
    Like someone said, if people start not shopping at non marathi shops, that will be great and will automatically force these bastards to change their name plates. But it has to be people not Raj !!!

  29. Anonymous said...
     

    Samanya manasala changala mahit ahe ki marathi patya konamule lagayala chalu zalyat.... shivsenene vinakaran lokanchi dishabhul karayacha prayatna karun naye.....nahitar yenarya nivadnukit faar motha fataka basel...

  30. Anonymous said...
     

    Marathicha mudda Shiv Senaecha ki Ma. Na. Se. cha,,hya vadatil Uddhav Thakare ani Raj Thakare jitake na-samanjav ani rajkiy ahet titakyach nasamaj Vaishali Bhute pan ahet. Hya vadavar charcha karane mhanaje aagit tel otanyasarakhe ahe. Parpratiyana hya peksha dusare kaay have ahe. Hya muddyat rajkaran ghalane bare ahe ka he vicharanarya lekhikela mi he vicharu icchito ki rajakarana shivay ha vishay upasthit ka zale nahit ? khare marathi asal tar hya vada var charcha karanyapeksha marathi asmita japanyasathi kaay karata yeyil hyachavar charcha karun kahi constructive karu ya. Election ek varsha var alyanantar Marathi cha mudda uthavinare Raj Thakare he kahi balbodh nahit. Hya Rajkiy vada pasun dur rahun apali mate manda, nahitar rajkaranachya vilakhyat adklela ha vishay dashake ani dashake asach chalu rahil.

  31. Anonymous said...
     

    Varil mudda mala patato. Shiv seneche govt. 1994-99 hya kalat hote, tya kali Shiv Senene ka nahi ha mudda upasthit kela? Khare mhanaje apale rajkarani Marathi nahit, fakt election purata tyhancha marathipana jaga asato.
    Mumbai chi honari vaadh thambavine ani tya aivaji sagalya parisarat sarakhi econimic development karane hach pahila marg ahe. He kartana strategically Marathi asmita japane far mahatvache ahe. Pan he karnar kon?
    Apale rajkarani itake mature ahet? Please..MaNaSe la mate dya ase mhanun naka...Manase satte var ali mhanaje he chitra badalel ase nahi..nahi tar Shiv Sena sattevar yevun kaay zale?
    Khare sangu..kahich honar nahi hya muddyavar..maza asa negative approach baghun tumhi khavalal..ashechi bhashane thokal...pan mitrano he vyartha ahe. Rajkarani lokanche javalache lok kon ahet mahit ahe? Builders, businessman, hotel owners etc. big shots people. They run the government..apan marathi lok tyanche nokar ahot........thats the truth.

  32. Anonymous said...
     

    Maharashrta samor saglyat motha vishay sadhya aahe to shetkari lokanchya aatma hatyecha. To sodun aapan marathi patya lavnyavar jor det aahe. Jevdhe nuksaan bhaiye taxi walya mule hote aahe tya peksha khup jaast nuksan maharashtra aami bharata che monsanto sarkhe multinational companies karat aahe pan tya kade koni laksha det nahi karan saglyani paise khalle aahet

  33. Anonymous said...
     

    aaj Bhartiya sanskruti,jyachya navane apan radto. Are hi mitun jayeel,nasht haon jayeel. Tar tya magche kaaran ekch. Aapan marathi, bangla lokani bengali japli nahin manhoon. Desh vachvaycha asel ter marathi vachli, bolli,lihli pahije.terech maharashtra vachel ane paryayane Desh.
    Satish samarth

  34. Amruta said...
     

    I agree with swami....
    I came to marathi city - pune .. and observed that marathi manus talks to marathi manus in hindi ...

    and when i tried to use marathi people just give a 'how rural she is !' kind of look .....

    Cant believe that marathi cities are just becoming non marathi with such a great speed........

    and important thing i experienced is that Non-marathi people force marathi manus to follow their traditions as well as make us awk ward to talk in monthertongue... saying that it will be difficult for u to manage if u dont use hindi .... get used to it......

    its such a worse condition...

  35. Prashant said...
     

    me raj thakare shi 100% sahamat ahhet. ha muddha ata fakta mumbai purta maryadit hani rayalaahhey, atta tu sampurana maharashtra sahi lagoo zala ahhey, raj cha hay muddharya chey results fudhya 3-5 varshat nahi disun yetel

  36. Vidyadhar Gadgil said...
     

    Marathi patyan baddal chi chalval hi sarkar ne apanach kelalya kaydyachi ammalbajavani karita aahe tyat anavashyak rajkaran aanun aapli swatahachi aakaryakshmata lapavinya karita ugach Raj Thakre yana dosh denyat kay aarth aahe? Karnatak kinva Tamilnadu madhye 99% patya kanadi Telgu madhye aahet.English kamich Hindi tar durch. Tyamule tribhashik niyama pramane pratham Marathi tadnantar Hindi aani shevati English madhe patya pahijet.

  37. Anonymous said...
     

    nustya patya marathit laun tamha sarvanchi marthi baddal asnari asmita unchavnar aahe kaa? marathi bolnyanchi aani marathi rahanyanchi sakti akhanda maharashta madhye keli pahije ,pan tyach barobar Hindi ani englishla pan barobarine wagvaave lagel. Shevti maharahtacha baher padlyvar apan sarvanna dusrya bhashecha sangat karavich lagel. Nahi tar marathi marathi karat maharashtra madhech rahave lagel.

  38. Raj Thakre Fan said...
     

    Ka aapan bihari lokan madat kartoy?

    Maharashtratil Bihari lokana khus karnyacha Vilasrao yancha aani ek dav aahe ha...

    Aathavtey kay , kadhi Bihar na Marathi lokan sathi kahi kelyacha?

    Ekde shetkari aatmhatya karat aahet, aani tikada aapan Bihar la madat kartoy?

    Atyant santapJanak prakar aahe..

  39. Kedar said...
     

    maharashtra madhe marathi cha wapar ha wadacha mudda hou shakto hi sarvaat dukkhad goshta aahe. marathi chya ya avasthelaa aapan marathi lok javabdaar aahot. joparyanta aaplyalaa aaplya bhaashecha kamipana waat-to to paryanta paristhithi asheech raahnaar aahe :(

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