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Brief biography of Indian King Chatrapati Shivaji and history of relative period. Copyright: Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC). Download as PDF or read online from Scribd Shivaji Maharaj (sabhasad bakhar) [MARATHI] Mi Sambhaji Raje Bhosale Boltoy!! . Copyright © Scribd Inc. Browse Books · Site Directory. Evergreen Books In Marathi. 66 books — Best MARATHI Books Of ALL TIME. 61 books Pls available this book online in pdf formate. flag 22 likes The book depicts the life of Sambhaji Raje, the elder of Chatrapati Shivaji. The book is. This book make you understand about Shivaji Maharaj, his Nature and how he build Scripted by Ranjit Desai, the celebrated Marathi author, Shreeman Yogi.

After the ablution, Shivaji bowed before Jijabai and touched her feet. Nearly fifty thousand people gathered at Raigad for the ceremonies. He also took the title of Haindava Dharmodhhaarak protector of the Hindu faith.

The Marathas summoned Bengali Tantrik goswami Nischal Puri, who declared that the original coronation had been held under inauspicious stars, and a second coronation was needed. This second coronation on 24 September had a dual use, mollifying those who still believed that Shivaji was not qualified for the Vedic rites of his first coronation, by performing a less-contestable additional ceremony.

In Shivaji invaded Karnataka with 30, cavalry and 40, infantry, backed by Golkonda artillery and funding. The initially promising negotiations were unsuccessful, so whilst returning to Raigad Shivaji defeated his half-brother's army on 26 November and seized most of his possessions in the Mysore plateau.

Venkoji's wife Dipa Bai, whom Shivaji deeply respected, took up new negotiations with Shivaji, and also convinced her husband to distance himself from Muslim advisors. In the end Shivaji consented to turn over to her and her female descendants many of the properties he had seized, with Venkoji consenting to a number of conditions for the proper administration of the territories and maintenance of Shivaji's future memorial samadhi.

Unable to curb this, Shivaji confined his son to Panhala in , only to have the prince escape with his wife and defect to the Mughals for a year. Sambhaji then returned home, unrepentant, and was again confined to Panhala. Putalabai , the childless eldest of the surviving wives of Shivaji committed sati by jumping into his funeral pyre. Another surviving spouse, Sakwarbai, was not allowed to follow suit because she had a young daughter.

On 21 April , ten-year-old Rajaram was installed on the throne.

However, Sambhaji took possession of Raigad Fort after killing the commander, and on 18 June acquired control of Raigad, and formally ascended the throne on 20 July. Soon after his death, in , Aurangzeb launched an offensive in the South to capture territories held by the Marathas: Bijapur and Golkonda.

He was successful in obliterating the Sultanates but could not subdue the Marathas after spending 27 years in the Deccan. The period saw the capture, torture, and execution of Sambhaji in , and the Marathas offering strong resistance under the leadership of Sambhaji's successor, Rajaram and then Rajaram's widow Tarabai.

Territories changed hands repeatedly between the Mughals and the Marathas; the conflict ended in defeat for the Mughals in After the latter's death, his successor released Shahu.

After a brief power struggle over succession with his aunt Tarabai, Shahu ruled the Maratha Empire from to Early in his reign, he appointed Balaji Vishwanath and later his descendants, as Peshwas prime ministers of the Maratha Empire. At its peak, the Maratha empire stretched from Tamil Nadu [] in the south, to Peshawar modern-day Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the north, and Bengal.

Shivaji continued this Sanskrit promotion, giving his forts names such as Sindhudurg , Prachandgarh, and Suvarndurg. He named the Ashta Pradhan council of ministers according to Sanskrit nomenclature, with terms such as nyaayaadheesha, and senaapati, and commissioned the political treatise Raajya Vyavahaara Kosha.

His Rajpurohit , Keshav Pandit , was himself a Sanskrit scholar and poet. Shivaji's sentiments of inclusivity and tolerance of other religions can be seen in an admonishing letter to Aurangzeb, in which he wrote: Verily, Islam and Hinduism are terms of contrast. They are used by the true Divine Painter for blending the colours and filling in the outlines.

If it is a mosque, the call to prayer is chanted in remembrance of God. If it is a temple, the bells are rung in yearning for God alone. To one side, in , determined to make war against the Portuguese, three Portuguese Catholic priests and a few Christians were killed during Shivaji's raid on Bardes.

Shivaji left the mission untouched, saying "the Frankish Padrys are good men. His strategy rested on leveraging his ground forces, naval forces, and series of forts across his territory.

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Vol- II. Chiral, V.. History of the Mahomedan kingdom in the deccan Vol I. Modak, Balaji prabhakar. Hrudayatarang vol Apte, Dattatrya Anant.. Hyderabad va deshi santhane. Sharma, R. Kirtikar, Kanohba.. He was religious without being fanatic, he was a believer, but not superstitious, he was courageous but not foolish. He was a visionary who dreamt of building a Hindu kingdom in a region that was surrounded by Muslim dynasties.

Yet, he was extremely practical. Shivaji was a courageous warrior and a great tactician. At the same time, he was also a very good administrator and the kingdom he was building up became stronger under his rule. He suffered many defeats too, but he never gave up his vision, and ultimately, he did succeed in making his dream a reality. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. Shivaji Bhosle. Other Editions 8. Friend Reviews.

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Wonderful book to read about Shivaji and his personality. The book shows the depths to which the author has gone to find details about the life of the Great Shivaji Maharaj. A fabulous read about life of Shivaji Maharaj, depicted with every minute detail of his personal life, warfare, his bonding with subordinates. The way the book is written by Ranjit Desai is awesome, while reading book whole histor Wonderful book to read about Shivaji and his personality.

The way the book is written by Ranjit Desai is awesome, while reading book whole history play in front of your eyes and you just feel you are with Shivaji Maharaj in his Life Journey. He has the nack of capturing the right essence of the scene just through powerful dialogues and words, and the whole appears live in front of the reader.

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Each and every scene is explained in details, this shows how much research writer has done while writing this book. He even met people who showed weapons that were use during that time. The author has done a commendable job of bringing to the readers viewpoint that even Shivaji Maharaj was a human being of flesh and blood.

Desai took 4 years researching the book. This book starts out a bit slow, but draws you in as the story progresses. This books take a look at the life of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.

It doesn't potray him as a God but a human being who overcame tremendous odds to set an example for generations to come. He established an independent kingdom of his own stretching from Salher and Ahiwant in the West Khandesh to Tanjore on the Kaveri, with unchallenged supremacy, erecting for its defence hundreds of forts and several sea bases with extensive market places.

He welded the scattered elements of his people into united body and with their help accomplished his main object. As I was reading I was so taken by the exploits of the man and soon an image developed in my mind.

Here was a king; a multifaceted, multitalented and a complete man. He was not only an ideal ruler and a great leader in war, but also good administrator.

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While he was deeply religious, he was secular and allowed other religions to flourish. Highly recommended for anybody with an interest in history. Jai Bhavani! Jai Shivaji! View all 14 comments.

Scripted by Ranjit Desai, the celebrated Marathi author, Shreeman Yogi along with Swami is considered as the best among his works. Review — Being a Maharashtrian it is extremely difficult for me to critically review any work on the life of Shivaji.

Shivaji is revered by us as the greatest among the Indian kings. So rather than writing ab http: How Small Shivaji Was?

Shivaji and his times

Shivaji created a kingdom. History remembers him as the creator of the Maratha dynasty. There are at least known dynasties in India. All had founders. Shivaji is one of them. So how is he different?

Almost all the realms were created by exploiting the political turmoil of their time. A strong satrap of a weak king forms his own kingdom, a powerful general or minister dethrones an inept king and starts his own monarchy.

This has always been the route of all the founders right from Chandragupta Maurya. They get ready made royal army, administration and other functionaries. But is there someone like Shivaji who had to build his kingdom from the scratch? It was the period of its biggest expansion for Bijapur. This was the period of the greatest glory of the great Mughal Empire.

Shivaji never had powers to defeat his enemies in a straight one to one battle. Whatever he created in 20 painstaking years, he lost in 4 months in In spite of that, after 30 years of toil he created a dynasty.

Give me a king in Indian history to compare with Shivaji on these grounds. Hindu kingdoms had certain peculiarities. They won battles. But that did not mean the enemy was vanquished. In fact it normally meant the powers of the Hindu king got diminished. So annihilation in defeat and loss of strength in triumph was the norm. Remember the battle of Talikota that destroyed the Vijaynagar Empire or the battle of Devagiri that spelt the death knell for the Yadav Empire.

Expansion of rule and strength with every new conquest, sustaining force and grit in defeat, this new history started with Shivaji. Normally Hindu kings were unaware about the moves of enemies.

So the enemy will attack and march in their kingdom, destroy the crops and even if defeated will retreat to its own land safely. This history changes from Shivaji. He was always vigilant and carried surprise attacks in enemy territories.

Third thing that changed with Shivaji was trust shown in adversaries. Hindu kings made pacts and their enemies back stabbed them. Shivaji ensnared his rivals, ambushed them and stunned the world. Once I find a couple of kings like this, I can easily compare them with Shivaji and tell you how small he was.

Shivaji was a believer in religion but not a fanatic. He was tough but not cruel. He was audacious but not reckless.Worth reading in Marathi language.

Akbar is praised for his tolerance towards Hindus. Read It once in your life you will be know how the Shivaji Maharaj was suffered from the difficulties and how they are solved the difficulties with their talent and Love and War.. This book inspired me in my tough times of life Another important feature is being a non maharshtrian i could read and understand the language, so the language used by the author is very simple. Apte, Hari Narayan. This is a very common feeling with the readers, who derive their knowledge of these events solely from the works of English historians.

He welded the scattered elements of his people into united body and with their help accomplished his main object.