Multi-Disciplinary Journal

Description :The mission of the journal is to foster free and extremely rapid scientific communication across the entire community. The journal welcomes manuscript submissions from academicians, scholars, and practitioners .
The journal is bi monthly published.
Area of Journal : The Mahratta publishes peer reviewed refereed academic research journal. It publishes thoughtful contributions that offer insights and perspectives extending knowledge and understanding of inter-disciplinary research in the area of -
  • Ayurved
  • Commerce
  • Computer Science
  • Fine and Digital Arts
  • Health Science
  • Hotel Management
  • Law
  • Management
  • Journalism & Mass Communication
  • Sanskrit and Indology
  • Social Science
  • Social Work
History Of Mahratta-
The Mahratta, the weekly English newspaper started by Lokmanya B. G. Tilak, saw the light of the day on the 2nd of January 1881. It is senior to the Kesari by two days. The 'Kesari' started its career on the 4th January 1881. Regarding the nature of the two papers, it was said that while the 'Kesari' thundered, the 'Mahratta' argued and persuaded. While by and large, this assessment may be very nearly correct, it must be said that even the Mahratta has certain articles which show the fire and light of the Kesari. Thundering comes natural to one's own language. Moreover, although both the Kesari and the Mahratta aimed at stirring the national conscience of the people and awakening them to the real evils hidden under the alluring benefits of the British culture the clientele to which they catered was different and this made a difference in the scope of this awakening.
The 'Kesari' is a Marathi paper catering to the Marathi speaking populace. The 'Kesari' had become a part of almost every Marathi home and its weekly arrival was eagerly awaited. The Mahratta was an English paper meant for non-Marathi-speaking people. Its clientele was inevitably much smaller. It also aimed at enlightening the English people regarding the callous misrule of the British and their unscrupulous exploitation of wealth and resources of India. The Mahratta had all along a twofold purpose in view firstly to apprise the British. Government of the way it was going and the way it ought to go and secondly to educate the Indian masses and even the intellectuals regarding the Government's moves and their possible impact on Indian people. Upto 1920, when Lokmanya Tilak was in charge of the Mahratta, the paper expressed the very voice of India, its growing discontent with the administration leading to acts of revolt, individual and collective. It may indeed appear to be a tall claim to maintain that the Mahratta was as popular as 'The Young India' or 'The Harijan', but that it had its own impact. Sir Thomas Munroe's views on the British administration in India in which he has stated that the expellment of the British from India would be more desirable than the debasement of a whole people and the Acts passed by the Government should be for the better governance of the people, indicate how the Mahratta and its brother organ were carrying on the precious work of spotlighting the failures of the British rule. Monroe's remarks showed how the Mahratta acted as a guide-line to the British public and the British rulers. The Mahratta's editorials (and sometimes the editorial notes) regarding the Surat Congress of 1907 and its bitter withering attacks on Pandita Ramabai's denigration of the Hindu religion show how skilfully the Mahratta nursed the minds of the masses. The Mahratta was a weekly paper till 1956 and after 1959 it began to be published only once in a year. No issue could be taken out during 1956, 1957 and 1958. During its inception Mahratta handled Indian economical and industrial issues. After independence Mahratta was converted to yearly and then to quarterly journal which contained articles on economics, commerce, social and educational subjects. In 2010 Mahratta was allotted an ISSN 0076-2571 and started publishing educational research papers.
A website has been launched in January 2017. To till now, during its career, following are the people who decorate the chair of editor as-
1. Lokmanya TiIak,
2. Shri N. C. Kelkar,
3. Shri K. P. Khadilkar,
4. Shri D. V. Gokhale,
5. Shri S. N. Agashe,
6. Shri D. V. Divekar,
7. Shri T. V. Parwate,
8. Shri G. V. Ketkar
9. Shri J. S. Tilak,
10. Shri Haribhau Kulkarni,
11. Dr Deepak J. Tilak.
Currently from 2019 we publish papers online, however prient copies are available for subscribers.