TRIVANDRUM CLUB(SREE MOOLAM CLUB)1890-'Dogs and Indians not allowed'



THIS CLUB STARTED AS A CLUB FOR WHITE MEN.NO INDIANS WERE ALLOWED
LATER IT WAS NAMED CLUB OF TRIVANDRUM IN 1902 UNDER ENGLISH MAN BENSLY
SREE MOOLAM RAJA WAS ADMITTED AS THE FIRST AND ONLY INDIAN TO THIS CLUB IN 1910. TILL 1947 NO INDIANS WERE ALLOWED INSIDE EXCEPT (FOR NAME SAKE)THE KING AND THE DIWAN
" DOGS AND INDIANS NOT ALLOWED" WAS THE MOTTO OF ENGLISH MAN


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CLICK AND READ:-"DOGS AND INDIANS NOT ALLOWED ON ROAD IN BIHAR DURING BRITISH RULEI was married in Patna. The marriage venue was on a road which was called Gardener Road during the British Raj. It was an Indian free zone with markers erected that warned “Dogs and Indians” not allowed.http://manasij-speaks.blogspot.com/2010/02/raciallay-fair-and-lovely.html----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- was married in Patna. The marriage venue was on a road which was called Gardener Road during the British Raj. It was an Indian free zone with markers erected that warned “Dogs and Indians” not allowed. The years of oppressive British rule left India its scars. Most important was the psychological scarring.
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DOGS AND INDIANS NOT ALLOWED IN CLUB:PLEASE CLICK AND READ THIS TRUE STORY:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pritilata_Waddedar
In early 1930s, Pritilata joined Mastarda Surya Sen's armed resistance movement. In 1932,Surya Sen planned an attack on the Pahartali European Club, which bore the notorious signDogs and Indians not allowed’. He assigned Pritilata to lead a team of 10-12 men that would attack the Club on September 23, 1932.[1][2] Members of the team were instructed to carry potassium cyanide with them so that in case they were caught by police they could swallow it before the arrest. Kalpana Datta, a fellow revolutionary of Pritilata said, "Surya Sen told us he does not support suiciding. But he took Potassium Cyanide from me before he went".[1] The raid was successful but Pritilata, dressed as a man was trapped without a way of escape on that fateful night. She committed suicide by swallowing cyanide, thus ending her short endeavor in fighting for freedom of her country. Some say that Pritilata committed suicide voluntarily to convey the message that women can, and have to, sacrifice their lives for securing the freedom of India from British Colonial Rule.




Pahartali Club House Attacked by Pritilata Waddedar
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INDIANS CARRYING,ON A PALANQUIN- A WHITE WOMAN WITH A WHITE UMBRELLA IN SIMLA MALL(MAIN STREET) 19 TH CENTURY PHOTO.[INDIANS WERE NOT ALLOWED IN THE MALL AREA BY BRITISH RULERS IN THE BEGINNING BUT LATER ON ALLOWED]
HEARD PEOPLE REPORTING THAT THERE WAS A WARNING FOR INDIANS:-










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Indians Dogs Not Allowed

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TATA BUILT TAJ MAHAL HOTEL IN BOMBAY BECAUSE HE WAS NOT ALLOWED INSIDE A WHITE ONLY HOTEL



JOHN WATSON OF WATSON HOTEL BOMBAY VS Jamshetji

Nusserwanji Tata, founder of the Tata Group, opened the

TajMahal Palace & Tower, the first Taj property, on

December 16, 1903. He was inspired to open the grand

luxury hotel after an incident involving racial discrimination

at the Watson's Hotel in Mumbai, where he was refused

entry as the hotel did not permit Indians.Hotels which accepted only European guests were common across British India . However, this story has been challenged by some commentators that suggest that Tata was unlikely to have been concerned with 'revenge' against his British adversaries.






'Bombay - The Esplanade and Colaba in the distance. March 1870 (from the top of Watson's Hotel).--Artist: Lester, John Frederick (1825-1915)-Date: 1871-






Taj Mahal Palace and Tower
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Taj Mahal Palace & Tower


Taj Mahal Palace & Tower

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The Taj Mahal Palace hotel resort was commissioned in Indo-Saracenic style by Tata and first opened its doors to guests on 16 December 1903.
It is widely believed that Jamsedji Tata decided to build the hotel after he was refused entry to one of the city's grand hotels of the time, Watson's Hotel, as it was restricted to 'whites only'. However, this story has been challenged by some commentators that suggest that Tata was unlikely to have been concerned with 'revenge' against his British adversaries

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Aug 20, 2015 - Read more about 'Dogs and Indians not allowed' on Business Standard. ... The British have forgotten all about it, as they well might; and the Indians have ... As the years went by the rules became more and more cumbersome. ... to call for a bearer while in the reading room and then, when he stepped out, ...
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Pritilata Waddedar - Wikipedia

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Pritilata Waddedar (5 May 1911 – 23 September 1932) was a Bengali revolutionary nationalist. ... The revolutionaries torched the club and were later caught by the British police. .... Club which had a signboard that read "Dogs and Indians not allowed". ... upazila in Chittagong has been named as Pritilata Waddedar Road.

Sorry, Indians not allowed - Times of India Blogs

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Dec 15, 2009 - “Because I am not allowed to enter”, he said. ... While this may be considered a victory for people power, I am still unable to figure out who in his ...
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'Time Heals all wounds', but it sometimes leaves a scar. Sometimes the scars completely fade, .... INDIANS AND DOGS NOT ALLOWED - NOTATION ON EVERY WHITE PLACE. ... During the British Rule ... Annual takling 1932900 pounds from Bengal Bihar and Orissa; Annual revenue from Bihar alone: 680000 pounds ...