After the death of Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Mahatma Gandhi took over the responsibility of the ‘ Free-India’ movement. Gandhiji’s object was non-violence and to achieve the goal of making India free from, British regime. Keeping this aim in mind, Gandhiji started a non-corporation movement with the British, and the impact was so much that the citizens of the whole of India were backing him. People of all walks of life, right from downtrodden to high dignitaries- all in all, say the mass population threw them salves in this movement.
Ahmednagar district is well known as a revolutionary district. Many well-known and big personalities have participated in the freedom movement. Simultaneously the students inspired in mass left the Learning in collages and launched themselves in these revolutions. Amongst these, late Shri Rambhau Hire, Bhai Sattha, Nanasaheb Chauker, Kakasheb Chinchorkar were the prominent dignitaries. to make conscious and to stimulate the mass, public in getting, ‘Freedom for India’ and making it self-reliant, they established ‘Rashtriya Path Shala'(School)and that was the landmark event in 1921.
In the early beginning stage, Rashtriya Patshala was set-up in ‘Kapad Bazar’ in this Patshala ‘Sut Katai,’ ‘Vinkam’, Mudran Kala and like commercial training was given. The teachers were, Bhai Sattha (Nousherwan Sattha), were teaching and coaching enthusiastically. This Patshala was recognized by Tilak Vidyapeeth however, Tilak Vidyapeeth was not having any recognition of the government.
The training was departed to the students who actively participated in the freedom, fighting campaign. And the result was enormous because the youngsters who trained were loyal to the nation, believed in self-sacrifices, and were devoted towards national integrity.