Kesari Wada is located at Narayan Peth in Pune, Maharashtra. Gaikwads built the monument. It is very significant in terms of history. Prince of Baroda, Sayajirao Gaikwad used to live in this palace. Now the structure of the palace had been pulled down to renovate. Nightlong discussions were going in this building to overthrow colonial rule during the freedom struggle.
Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak used to run his two newspapers, the
Kesari, in Marathi and Maratha in English from Kesari Wada. The Wada
still has the offices of Kesari, and mementos of Tilak, including his
writing desk original letters and documents, and the first India
national flag unfurled by Madame Cama. During Ganapati festival, the
Wada is visited by a large number of people.
Kesari Wada is an important monument in the city of Pune, Maharashtra.