Farewell To His Own Institution
As the New English School was progress-
ing well, Fergusson College and Deccan Education Society were established.
Tilak made a rule that no one should expect more than seventy-five rupees
a month as his salary.But other members of the mana- gement opposed this.
When differences of opinion on this issue became endless, Tilak made over
to others the institution he himself had founded.
Tilak was filled with immense grief,
when he had to resign from the institution which he had started and for
which he had toiled day and night for ten years.
The weeklies 'Kesari' and `Mahratta'
also brought no profit. Tilak had to find part time work to maintain his
family. Never would he work under the British. He start ed classes to coach
students for the Pleaders, Examination.