Full Name: Bhargavaram Dattatraya Bapat (Tatya Bapat)
Origin: Near Sangameshwar in Konkan
Died: 9th June 1983
Swa. Tatya Bapat Brief Introduction
Education facility in Kalambaste village near Sangameshwar in Konkan. 4 brothers and 1 sister migrated to Mumbai.
Experiencing the Eighteenth World Poverty, Occasionally after taking a living education on the sidewalk, leaving the education due to the situation, Bildas started going to Sangh as a smart student in the school till 4th English.
Extensive contacts in Kolivasti, cement mill workers, police colonies and Dalit settlements while working as a team in Worli area. Apparently, there is no compromise and deception with principles. Vajahuni is softer than hard wax, softer than lotus, dutiful, disciplined .. looks rocket ..... he is hot .... His name is Tatya Bapat! Such a meaningful description.
Before 1947, Tatya, who was angry against injustice, was brutally slaughtered in Mumbai by the mill workers for financial, social and occasional extortion through loans and interest
The patriotic Tatya joined the army after 1939 to do something for the independence of the country. While serving in the British-led Indian Army, he visited many places across the country. It was during this period that the effects of the riots were felt all over the country due to Jinnah's provocation. Leaving the army out of the helplessness of not being able to do anything to stop all this while in the army, no longer
After being released from the army, he started working as a part-time teacher of Chhabildas School in Dadar area under the name of Bal Gore for some time.
Especially by making close friendships with college students from all over Maharashtra for education, helping them in every possible way, creating dedicated volunteers, inspiring them all to go to their hometowns and become financially independent in the future.
After the lifting of Sanghbandi in 1947, inspired by the second Sarsanghchalak P.P. Golwalkar Guruji and Hon. Adv. According to the wishes of Babarao Bhide, Tatya completed his matriculation by giving external examination. Started his work as a Sangh Pracharak from 1953 and continued his work till 1983 and rested due to death .....
Initially Jalgaon District Pracharak (1953 to 1960) and then Pune Mahanagar Pracharak Pune Division, Then shouldered the responsibility of Janakalyan Samiti , at the Maharashtra provincial level carrying out various responsibilities.
Contributed to the timely completion of construction of Motibagh office in Pune in 1966-67 by taking care of daily union work.
In 1973-74, Tatya's idea was to carry out Shivsandesh Patrika to all the villages and families in Maharashtra through all the swayamsevaks. For this, accurate and complete planning played an important role in implementation and follow-up. It was Tatya's insistence that the Sangh Karyakarta should be financially capable and self-reliant.
Tatya is the only one from Maharashtra who has been working in the field since 1983, inspiring many young people to work as preachers, planning the best physical and intellectual programs through branches, training classes, creating skilled workers The Taljai Mahashibir in Pune was the culmination of Tatya's work. 35012 campers from 2240 villages in Maharashtra, creating an era of camps all over the country.
And in the same year, on June 9, 1983, Tatya Bapat, a silent ascetic who breathed his last in his sleep, merged into Panchatatva while continuously serving Mother India. Thus remaining unmarried for 35 years working in social life till his last breath as a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Pracharak.