Born at Laxmi Vilas Palace, Bawada, Kolhapur.
Bapusaheb; elder brother of Shahu was born.
Chhatrapati Shahu was respectfully addressed by the citizen’s of Kolhapur.
Travelled to Rajkot for education.
Shahu was admitted to the famous Rajkumar Mahavidyalay, Rajkot.
Shahu’s father; Jaysingrao alias Abasaheb Ghatge died.
Shahu and his friends reached Kolhapur to attend Abasaheb’s funeral.
Shahu meets Governor General Lord Dufferin at Mumbai.
Chhatrapati Shahu laid a Foundation stone of Kolhapur Miraj Railway.
Shahu returned to Kolhapur from Rajkumar Mahavidyalay, Rajkot.
Sir Stuart Mitford Fraser was appointed as Shahu’s teacher and guardian.
Went to Dharwad for further education.
Meet Prince Albert victor during his visit to India and Nepal.
Married to Laxmibai; daughter of Gunajirao Khanvilkar of Baroda.
Kolhapur Miraj Railway was inaugurated by the auspicious hands of Governor Lord Harris.
Governor Lord Harris inaugurated an industrial exhibition at Kolhapur.
Marriage ceremony of Bapusaheb Maharaj; Shahu’s brother.
5 November to 21 December
Shahu visited south India along with his co-learners and Sir Fraser.
28 October to 24 December
Shahu visited north India along with his co-learners and Sir Fraser.
Shahu returned to Kolhapur from Dharwad.
Raghunath Vyankaji Sabnis was appointed as Shahu’s local teacher.
Shahu completed his academic education.
Shahu visited entire Karveer Sansthan to perceive administration and to know about his kingdom.
Shahu’s first baby girl princess Radhabai alias Akkasaheb was born.
Governor Lord Harris handed over the charge to Chhatrapati Shahu of governing Karveer Sansthan.
Chhatrapati Shahu addressed to the citizens of Kolhapur and declared his first manifesto assuring public welfare.
Raghunath Vyankaji Sabnis was appointed as Shahu’s secretary (Huzur Chitnis).
Chhatrapati Shahu declared his first pronouncement.
Courts were prohibited auctioning cattles of farmers.
Regulations regarding hunting were published.
Chhatrapati Shahu handed over the authority of Kagal Province to his brother Bapusaheb.
Chhatrapati Shahu was hosted and honored in a public meeting at Pune.
Queen Victoria honored Chhatrapati Shahu with ‘G.C.S.I.’.
21 March to 20 April
Chhatrapati Shahu stayed in the tribal region of Panhala & listened to the grumbles of tribes.
Chhatrapati Shahu offered a grand welcome ceremony to the Governor Lord Sandhurst at Pune. The occasion was; inauguration of new building of Fergusson College. Shahu was the president of the institution.
Chhatrapati Shahu returned his rights to the Governor General of hanging to the criminals till death.
Bhaskarrao Jadhav was appointed as ‘Sahayak Sarsubhaa’.
Jungle law was declared to protect wildlife in the region. At the same time Chhatrapati Shahu reserved rights of tribes.
Shivaji Smarak Deligation meets Chhatrapati Shahu in his court regarding repairing work of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaja’s Mausoleum.
Sou. Radhabai Krushnarao Kelavkar was appointed as a chief of the Department of Female Education.
Governor Lord Sandhurst assigned the signet to Chhatrapati Shahu at Pune.
Chhatrapati Shahu was honored by ‘G.C.S.I.’.
Chhatrapati Shahu accepted presidential post of ‘Shivaji Nidhi Samitee’.
Great grandmother of Chhatrapati Shahu passed away.
Chhatrapati Shahu started work of ‘Shahupuri’ - the new Merchant Center in Kolhapur.
Chhatrapati Shahu visited regions in Sahyadri ranges.
Raghunath Vyankoji Sabnis was appointed as the Minister of revenue.
‘Maratha Aikyechchu Sabhaa’ honored Chhatrapati Shahu at Boribandar Station.
Chhatrapati Shahu inaugurated a dispensary in the memory of Ahilyabai Holkar.
Chhatrapati Shahu visited drought affected regions of Raibag, Gadhinglaj and Katkol.
Colonel Ray was appointed as the British political agent.
January to May
Chhatrapati Shahu visited drought affected regions of Bhudargad and Panhalpeta.
A special court was organized at the new palace on the occasion of Queen Victoria’s Silver Jubilee.
Chhatrapati Shahu laid the foundation stone of ‘Victoria Leper Asayama’ building.
Birth of Chhatrapati Shahu’s first son; Rajaram Maharaj.
Raghunath Vyankaji Sabnis was appointed as a Diwan of Karveer Sansthan.
Chhatrapati Shahu planned numerous remedies against dearth & plague.
Birth of Chhatrapati Shahu’s second son; Prince Shivaji.
Efforts to make Chhatrapati Shahu as a victim in the case of poisoning to the British political agent Colonel Ray.
Early morning Chhatrapati Shahu went to Panchaganga River for bath where the ‘Vedokta controversy’ began.
Palace of Kolhapur, Palace of Panhala & British office were connected through telephone for speedy decisions regarding activity to restrict plague.
Victoria honored Chhatrapati Shahu as a ‘Maharaja’ considering his dedication to his duty of public welfare.
‘Victoria Maratha Boarding House’ was inaugurated by the auspicious hands of the British Political agent Sir W. T. Morrison.
Chhatrapati Shahu was drawn in Balmaharaj adoption legislation.
Discussion of Chhatrapati Shahu and Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak regarding Tai Maharaj issue.
Colonel Cilley laid down the foundation stone of the new building of the Maratha Hostel.
Chhatrapati Shahu ordered to perform all the religious rituals according to the Vedas.
Krushnabai Kelavkar was appointed as an assistant doctor at Albert Edward memorial hospital.
Chhatrapati Shahu meets Sir Stuart Mitford Fraser in Bangalore. He was Shahu’s teacher and guardian.
‘Vedokta Comittee’ presented a detailed report.
Chhatrapati Shahu was entitled by vedokta.
All the rewards and authorities of Rajopadhye were sealed.
Chhatrapati Shahu was honored by Southern Maratha Kings at Miraj.
Chhatrapati Shahu departed Kolhapur to attend the coronation ceremony of the British King seventh Edward.
Chhatrapati Shahu’s departed from Mumbai to England.
Chhatrapati Shahu reached England.
Considering his work in educational & cultural fields, university of Cambridge awarded Chhatrapati Shahu with the honorary degree of ‘L. L. D.’.
A grand welcome ceremony was organized to respect Chhatrapati Shahu by Winchester College.
Chhatrapati Shahu along with other Hindi Kings attended a military pared of 30,000 solders.
Chhatrapati Shahu attended a hosting ceremony by ‘Royal Asiatic Society of London’.
Chhatrapati Shahu attended a ceremony of ‘Imperial Institute’ at London. All the Indian kings were honored in this ceremony.
Sir Alfred Pease of the British Parliament organized a special honor for Chhatrapati Shahu.
‘Royal Agriculture Society’ declared an honorary membership to Chhatrapati Shahu.
Prince of Wales honored Chhatrapati Shahu.
Chhatrapati Shahu visited Windsor castle along with Shinde of Gwalior.
On behalf of all Indian Kings; Chhatrapati Shahu delivered a speech at ‘Royal Colonial Institute’. The program was organized on the occasion of the coronation ceremony.
Chhatrapati Shahu meets his well wisher Sir William LeWarner.
Chhatrapati Shahu and his family started his Europe tour.
The first declaration of 50% reservation to the backward class was published in the Gazetteer of Karveer Sansthan.
Chhatrapati Shahu returned to England from his Europe tour. Discussed about the difficulties with Indian students in England.
Chhatrapati Shahu attended the coronation ceremony of the British King Edward (VII) at ‘West Minister Abbey’
Chhatrapati Shahu left the British coast.
Chhatrapati Shahu reached Mumbai coast.
Chhatrapati Shahu reached Kolhapur.
Citizens of Karveer Sansthan honored Chhatrapati Shahu regarding his safe arrival from England.
Without the Atonement for sea faring Chhatrapati Shahu visited to pray the goddess Ambabai & the goddess Bhawani.
Chhatrapati Shahu’s adoptive mother Anandibai Ranisaheb passed away.
Chhatrapati Shahu attended the prime ceremony of ‘Delhi Darbar’.
Duke of Connaught honored Chhatrapati Shahu with the degree of C. G. V. O.
He was the first Indian king to get this honor.
Political agent Colonel Ferris refused Rajopadhye’s application.
Bhaskarrao jadhav was appointed as Superintendent of Kolhapur Municipality.
Engagement of princess Radhabai alias Akkasaheb with the King of Devas; Maharaja Tukojirao Pawar.
Governor Lord Lamington visited Kolhapur. He was highly impressed with the public welfare work of Chhatrapati Shahu.
British Government awarded Chhatrapati Shahu with the degree of M. E. O. C.
The right of the superior court was offered to Chhatrapati Shahu by Mumbai Government.
Chhatrapati Shahu visited Bhavnagar along with the princes.
Chhatrapati Shahu inaugurated a knitting mill at Shirol.
Rajopadhye’s application was rejected by the national government. It proved Chhatrapati Shahu’s victory.
Tatyaarao Joshirao; a Purohit; was appointed in the place of Rajopadhye.
Karveer Shankaracharya declared full rights of Vedokta to Chhatrapati Shahu.
All the property of Shankaracharya Math (Monastery) was returned to Shri . Vidhya Narasinh Bharati.
Prof. Vijapurkar was suspended.
Welcome ceremony of British Prince & Princess at Mumbai (Bombay).
Lord Minton takes over as the Governor of Indi. Chhatrapati Shahu attended this ceremony in Mumbai(Bombay).
Chhatrapati Shahu attended the farewell ceremony of Lord Curzon who returned England from Mumbai(Bombay).
The Brahmin community of Kolhapur agreed to the Vedokta rights of Chhatrapati Shahu.
Chhatrapati Shahu meets General Minto at Shimla.
Foundation stone of ‘Shree Shahu Spinning & weaving Mill’ was laid down by the auspicious hands of Chhatrapati Shahu.
‘The King Edward Mohamedan Education Society’ was formed. Chhatrapati Shahu became the founder president.
Chhatrapati Shahu delivered a guidance speech in front of Lingayat Society at Siddhagiri.
Renowned engineer Vishweshwarayya visited Kolhapur. He visited many lakes in Kolhapur province.
Chhatrapati Shahu appealed to the institutions and Jahagirdars to help Fergusson College.
Chhatrapati Shahu ordered not to organise any public meeting without permission of the district magistrate.
Chhatrapati Shahu got injured after falling down from horse during hunting at Dajipur.
A grand welcome ceremony of the king of Gwalior, Madhaorao Shinde
Wedding ceremony of Princess Radhabai alias Akkasaheb. For this occasion Bhawani Mandap was built. Radhanagari, a town was established for this occasion.
The first hostel for backward classes was started. Shahu named this hostel as ‘Miss. Clark Hostel’.
‘Shree Shahu Weaver’s Assocation’ was established.
Death of Shahu’s step mother Radhabai.
Construction of Radhanagari dam begun by the auspicious hands of Laxmibai Ranisaheb.
Shahu’s daughter was gifted with a son (Vikramsinh).
‘Shree Shahu Satyashodhak Samaj’ was established. The founder president was Bhaskarrao Jadhav.s
Decided to exempt all fees to economically backward classes.
7th conference of ‘Bharat Natya Samaj’ took place at Khetwadi (Panhala Lodgee), Mumbai. A residence of Shahu in Mumbai.
The ‘first resident’ of Kolhapur Colonel F. W. Woodhouse.
Decided to exempt all fees to students of backward classes.
Shahu was awarded with a degree of ‘C.G.I.E.’ at Delhi in a Darbar of George 5th.
Decided to start a ‘Ddelhi Darbar Memorial Patil School’, in the memory of ‘Delhi Darbar’.
Prince Rajaram & Prince Shivaji went to England for education.
A special school was started to educate Patil’s.
Death of Shahu’s Grandmother Sakwarbai Ranisaheb.
Surgery of tonsillitis on Shahu.
Announced a scheme of providing houses to ***.
Announced a school in every village.
Co-operative Society Act of Hindusthan Government was as it is adopted in Kolhapur State.
‘Satyashodhak School’ was established for religious education. Vitthalrao Done was the chief.
The first cooperative society ‘Kolhapur Urban Co-Operative Society’ was established. Bhaskarrao jadhav was the founder chairman.
Governor Lord Willingdon’s visit to Kolhapur.
Declared a use of Balbodh Script for office correspondence.
Shahu inaugurated the first ‘Industrial & Agriculture Exhibition’ at Kolhapur.
Maharaj Tukojirao Holkar visited Kolhapur with his family.
A special darbar was called to honor Tukojirao Holkar.
Shahu put a foundation stone of ‘Palace Theatre’.
Shahu meet governor lord Willingdon to discuss about war funds.
King George 5th declared Shahu as a ‘honorary Colonel’ of 103 Maratha Infantry Battalion.
Senior court in England decided Taimaharaj case against Shahu. S
2 to 8 May
Governor Lord Willingdon’s Kolhapur visit.
Shahu inaugurated ‘Smt. Saraswatibai Goud Saraswat Brahman Vasatigruh’.
Prince Rajaram & prince Shivaji returned from England due to world war.
Both of them were send to ‘Alahabad Krushi Vidyapeeth’ for education.
Shahu went to Indore
Shahu went to Delhi to attend ‘Narendra Mandal Parishad’.
30 & 31 October
Shahu attended ‘Narendra Mandal Parishad’.
8 & 9 November
Shahu attended wedding of Frejher’s daughter.
Shahu took immediate action against commotion during military recruitment.
Meeting of Shahu & the governor of India in Mumbai.
Daughter of Shankarrao Jagtap, Jamukanna got married with prince Shivaji.
After marriage, she was renamed as Indumati Ranisaheb.
Dr. Kurtkoti was selected as Shankaracharya of Karveer peeth.
New law was declared for Devasthan’s in the state.
Shahu was selected as a member of ‘Military Recruitment Committee’.
Strict implementation of the law of Remarriage of widows and marriage registration.
Declared free but compulsory primary education to all.
Inaugurated a ‘Compulsory Education’ scheme.
Shahu’s speech about ‘How to develop agriculture’ during ‘Narendra Mandal Parishad’.
Shahu meet Indian minister Montague and discussed about separate constituencies according to casts.
Shahu attended 11th ‘Maratha Shikshan Parishad’ at Khamgao as it’s president.
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