As a part of sesquicentennial celebrations of establishment of Bombay High Court, unique exhibition of important legal documents of great person"s viz. Mahatma Gandhi, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, and Muhammad Ali Jinnah, portraits of towering personalities and artifacts of historic importance and intrinsic value has been inaugurated by senior Justice S B Deshmukh. Justice K U Chadiwal, Ambadas Joshi, S S Shinde, A V Nirgude, S V Gangapurwala, T V Nalavde, M Y Joshi and Sunil P Joshi of Bombay High Court, Bench at Aurangabad were guest of honor. Justice (Retd) A S Bagga, A S Bhate, S C Malte, N. P. Chapalgaonkar and A B Naik were present for the function. Assistant Solicitor of India Alok Sharma, Chairman of Bar Association, S T Shelke, Vice President of Bar Association A B Kharosekar and Geeta Deshpande were special gust of the function.
Hand written letters of Bal Gangadhar Tilkak, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Degree certificate of Barrister Babasaheb Ambedkar, collectionof judicial and non judicial stamp papers used from 1823 to 1922, Original Solicitors" roll on handmade paper from 1824 to 1976, Senior advocates roll from 1924 to 1948, portraits of last British Chief Justice Sir Leonard Stone, Bombay High Court, M C Chhagla, Dr. B R Ambedkar, raremost photo of Vallabhbahi Patel, Map of Mumbai island and lots of other visuals are attracting spectators.
Solictor Rajan Jayakar of Mumbai is an organizer of the exhibition. He has taken special efforts to collect material required for display in the exhibition. He was available to explain all historical details to the spectators of the event. Mrs. S.S Garge(Aurangabad) is assisting him.
From view of getting an opportunity to visit this unique exhibition to maximum number of students, Registrar of the High Court Vijay S Kulkarni has communicated with all colleges and schools in Marathwada. Also, special invitations are sent to the Vice Chancellors of Universities in Marathwada.
The exhibition is open to all at free of cost up to March 18, 2013, between 10 am to 6 pm.
Spectators can visit the exhibition on government holidays and Sundays also.