We have examples of inflammatory speeches delivered by Vinayak & Narayan Savarkar & by Mahadev Bhat, & a photographs of number of members of the Mitra Mela, several of whom are among the accused, grouped round Vinayak Savarkar of whom are among the accused, grouped round Vinayak Savarkar in which four or five pictures of Shivaji, A board bearing the words “Vande Mataram” & a book bearing the name of Mazzini on the outer cover are prominently displayed, which corroborate the general description of the aims & methods of the association given by the witnesses.The photograph Exhibit A-271, to which reference has been made, marks an important stage in the history of the association.The Court of District and Sessions Judge was not in existence in Nashik District till 1884. The Sessions Court was established at Malegaon from 29th October 1988, in the said building of Civil Judge, Junior Division, Principal court presided over by an Additional District & Additional Sessions Judge to cover the areas comprising the Revenue Talukas of Malegaon, Nandgaon & Satana.

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Principal Court is presided over by District Judge-1. Ultimately the Judge has held that there is no sufficient evidence to held that Krantiveer Vasantrao was underground and therefore defence of accused was accepted.

There are Civil Courts at Satana, Sinnar, Nandgaon, Dindori, Chandwad, Kalwan, Yeola, Pimpalgaon(B), Manmad City, Manmad (Rly) and Nashik-Road, Motor Vehicle Court.1840 : Sarvajanik Vachanalaya established. The citizen of Nashik had no opportunity of hearing trial, which is quoted as one of the trial of freedom fight of India.

He inspired by the call given by Krantisingh Nana Patil of Patri Sarkar. The evidence in this case establishes that prior to the year 1906, an association of young men, mostly Brahmans, existed in Nashik under leadership of Ganesh & Vinayak Savarkar which was known as the Mitra-Mela.

He therefore contributed in many revolutionary activities for freedom from British India. He was convicted in a political trial in the year 1940. In it were reproduced the features of other similar associations in the Deccan to which reference has already been made.

Dhule District and a part of Gujrath lie to its north. till 1312, it was under the regime of Yadavas of Devgiri.

Nashik District came under the regime ' Chalukat' and then `Rajkut' and again under the regime of `Chalukat'. After 1313, it was under the regime of rulers of Delhi for a short period and subsequently formed to be a part of Bahamani State of Gulbarga and it was under that regime from 1347 to 1390.

Subsequently, Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj set free Nashik (Gulshanabad) from the Mughal's rule and then from 1818 ie until the decline of Peshwas, Nasik was under the British rule till India got freedom.

Nashik District was then divided into two parts during the time when British started its ruling.

Sangli city- the district place - is situated on the bank of Krishna river.

The valley of the River Krishna and its tributaries offer many irrigation and agricultural advantages which drives the economy of the district and the city.

In the early part of 1906 speeches were delivered by him in Poona & in Nashik the object of which was to arouse the country & to suggest how by means of mental training & amp; physical exercises, preparation might be made for successful revolt.