Sadhvi is a 120 year old Kannada newspaper. Started on 31st May 1899, Sadhvi has played a very important role in the freedom struggle of India.
It's Sharp editorials motivated thousands of youth to jump into the freedom struggle. Perturbed by the pro-independence editorial policy of Sadhvi, the erstwhile British government of India had banned the publication of Sadhvi twice. This incident stands out as a milestone in the annals of Kannada journalism even today.
M.Venkatakrishniah popularly known as Tatiah, meaning 'the grand old man' of Mysore started Sadhvi. Agaram Rangiah a renowned freedom fighter edited Sadhvi for 63 years.
Sadhvi is being published as a daily eveninger. Sadhvi's editor C.Maheshwaran continues the same nationalist editorial policy. Sadhvi is a household name in Mysore.
eSadhvi intends to reach out to Kannada readers all over the world.