• Mahatma Jyotirao Phule
    has recently become well-known; and Muktabai, a fourteen-year-old pupil in Phule's school, whose essay on the social oppression of the Mang and Mahar castes is also now famous. He started "Shiv Jayanti"(Birth day of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj) first time in India. He also discovered the "Samadhi...
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  • MAHATMA PHULE AND WOMEN
    of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj)for the first time in India has been attributed to him. He also discovered the "Samadhi" of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj on Raigad Fort which had disappeared in creepers and climbers. He wrote "Shivajicha powada" an epic poem. Mahatma Phule As Philosopher All...
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  • Shivaji Maharaj
    -on cavalry charge, and completely out maneuvered and defeated Adilshahi forces 10,000 strong. Shivaji had 5000 horses at his command. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj – An Analysis Page 11 The escape from Panhala . . . Shivaji is one of the most enigmatic person and King in Hindu history. His...
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  • Shivaji
    Chhatrapati Shivaji Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was the founder of the Maratha Empire in western India. He is considered to be one of the greatest warriors of his time and even today, stories of his exploits are narrated as a part of the folklore. King Shivaji used the guerrilla tactics to capture...
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  • Shivaji Leadership
    his mother,Maharaj and Jijabai did a role of Sub-Justice of Pune Subha, at the age of 14, Maharaj Punished Ranga Patil-Ranzekar of Ranja village related to rape case. Oath of Swaraj Shahaji appointed young Shivaji, under the care of his mother Jijabai, to manage the Pune holdings. A small council...
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  • social reformers
    at the time but has recently become well-known; and Muktabai, a fourteen-year-old pupil in Phule's school, whose essay on the social oppression of the Mang and Mahar castes is also now famous. The celebration of "Shiv Jayanti"(Birth day of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj)for the first time in India has...
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    his time and even today, stories of his exploits are narrated as a part of the folklore. King Shivaji used the guerrilla tactics to capture a part of, the then, dominant Mughal empire. Read this biography to get more information on the warrior and his life history: Early Life Shivaji was born...
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  • Tilak
    household worshipping of Ganesha into a public event(Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav). In 1895, Tilak founded the Shri Shivaji Fund Committee for celebration of "Shiv Punya Tithi" or the death anniversary of Shivaji Maharaj, the founder of 17th century Maratha Empire. The project also had the objective of funding...
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  • Value Oriented History Teaching
    PAPER PRESENTATION ON ‘VALUE ORIENTED HISTORY TEACHING’ (WITH REFERENCE TO SHIVAJI MAHARAJ THE VALIANT MARATHA RULER) Competition held by the Municipal Corporation Of Greater Mumbai Education Department - Private Primary English Medium Schools BY : Ms. Arti Desai – Teacher. In the world...
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  • Lokmanya Tilak
    it is a noble person. He who obstructs progress is a villain. Shivaji Maharaj fought against those forces which hampered the progress of our society. It was not his intention to kill Afzal Khan, but he wanted to remove all obstacles and difficulties in the path of progress. If Shivaji wanted to...
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  • Fort
    siege. • History Shivaji Maharaj had seized the fort in 1656, then the fortress of Rairi, from the royal house of the Chandrarrao Mores, a junior or Cadet dynasty descended from the ancient Maurya imperial dynasty. The last More king (or raja) was a feudatory of the Sultan of Bijapur. Shivaji...
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  • History of India
    Mohammed Shah Jahan, was a Mughal Emperor who ruled in the Indian Subcontinent from 1628 to 1658. He was the fifth Mughal ruler, after Babur, Humayun, Akbar and Jahangir. Shah Jahan succeeded the throne after revolting against his father, Jahangir.  Chhatrapati Shivaji Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj...
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  • Mugal Emperors
    -modern history and was the precursor to the British Indian Empire. The titles of the first of the six Mughal Emperors receive varying degrees of prominence in present-day Pakistan and India. Some favour Babur the pioneer and others his great-grandson, Shah Jahan (r. 1628-58), builder of the Taj Mahal...
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  • Appearances Are Deceptive
    struggle against an imperial power, Shivaji became an icon of freedom fighters (along with the Rani of Jhansi) in the Indian independence struggle that followed two centuries later. He is remembered as a just and wise king and his rule is called one of the six golden pages in Indian history. ROLE...
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  • My Files
    the death anniversary of Shivaji Maharaj, the founder of Maratha Kingdom in the 1600s. The project also had the objective of funding the reconstruction of the tomb (Samadhi) of Shivaji Maharaj at Fort Raigad. For this second objective, Tilak established the Shri Shivaji Raigad Smarak Mandal along...
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  • Branding Plan for Maharashtra
    forts and caves. This tour is being targeted at trekking and forest exploring enthusiasts. This tour will be covering the rich heritage of Maratha legacy led by the great warrior Shivaji Maharaj. It will cover forts like Raigad, Rajgad, Pratapgad, and Sinhagad, museum near Kolhapur and Sindhudurg fort...
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  • History
    language of India. ------------------------------------------------- [edit]Social contribution In 1894, Tilak transformed household worshipping of Ganesha into Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav and he also made Shiva Jayanti(birth anniversary celebrations of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj) as a social festival. It...
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  • culture
    Khadakwasla dam behind the Sinhagad fort, which is of great historical importance. Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the founder of the great Maratha Empire, lived in this fort. His army, called the ‘Mavale’ was made up of the local farmers. “I love my piece of land and will keep working on it till I...
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    Certificate | | | | |   | | | | | | Museums | | | | | General Information about the Museums | RBI's Monetary Museum | Indian Navy & MMRDA | Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya | Museums of Maharashtra | Government of Museums of...
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  • Sonu
    - 1774 to 1795, Second' Bajirao Peshwa - 1795 to 1802, Fort Raigad was the capital of the most illustrious Maratha sovereign, nurtured by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. It is a monument of his prophetic vision of Hindavi Swarajya. Stories of incredible valor and heroic deeds are etched on every...
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