The historical importance of Ratnagiri and the different parts of the district is interesting, revolutionary and inspirational. Many important incidents and developments took place during the British era here. The birth of Lokmanya Tilak, imprisonment of King Thiba and freedom fighter Savarkar, the untouchables entering the temple are the main incidents that took place in Ratnagiri during the British period. Great personalities such as Sane Guruji and Poet Keshavsut are also the precious gems of Ratnagiri.
Recalling his enormous contribution to the freedom struggle, you feel inspired by seeing this memorial.
In the memory of Bharat Ratna Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, a memorial has been created in his native village of Ambadwe
In his short lifespan of 39 years, Keshavsoot’s 103 poems have attained the stature of a literary treasure.
The work of this great social reformer was honoured by the ‘Bharat Ratna’, the highest civilian award, which was given to him by the Government of India.
Veer Savarkar took the historic jump in the ocean on the Marseilles port to meet his motherland.
The palace is decorated with wooden flooring and windows look beautiful with the coloured Italian glasses.