Bezbaroa’s daughter and son-in-law lived in the state of Baroda. His son-in-law was an officer of the Gaekwad. When Bazbaroa visited Baroda and met the Maharaja, the Maharaja was impressed greatly by Bezbaroa’s scholarship. So, he requested Bezbaroa to deliver a series of two lectures.
It was in fact a rare honour, because people like Rabindranath Tagore, Dr. S Radhakrishnan, Sir CV Raman and Dr RG Bhandarkar were only invited for such talks. Bezbaroa delivered two lectures in 1934 in the Baroda durbar, which was much appreciated by the Maharaja along with the other present dignitaries.
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