Bal Gangadhar Tilak used to publish two newspapers, one in Marathi and Kesari and one in English, Mahratta. Kesari means lion in Sanskrit. It is a very popular Marathi Newspaper.
Lokmanya Gangadhar Tilak started it on 4th of January, 1881. Tilak was a leader of the Indian Independence Movement. The newspaper threw light on the burning topic of the Indian Freedom Movement. Chiplunkar, Agarkar, and Tilak originally started it. It is still run today by the Kesari Maratha Trust and Tilak's descendants.
Who Edited Kesari Newspapers?
In 1881, Tilak decided to start a newspaper with two other prominent freedom fighters, i.e., Chiplunkar and Agarkar. They named it Kesari. Kesari spoke about the important matters and news about the Indian Freedom Movement. Its first editor was Chiplunkar, which Bal Gangadhar Tilak mainly edited.