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Shivaji: Hindu King in Islamic India
James W. Laine (Author)
In the second half of the 17th century, Shivaji rose from a minor chieftain to an independent king, founding the Maratha kingdom. In this study Laine looks not at Shivaji directly, but at the stories that have been told about him and their development over the last three and a half centuries. These have become entwined with the construction of Maharahstrian, Hindu, and Indian identities, and Laine begins with these, and with the risks of attributing anachronistic self-identifications to Shivaji.
 
Shivaji and His Times
Sir Jadunath Sarkar (Author)
"the present work is a valuable History of the Mahrattas, (3 Vols., 1826), in the rigid preference of contemporary records to later compilations, and the exhaustive and minute use of the available sources, both printed and MS. — in Persian, English, Marathi and Hindi, as well as the Dutch Records in the India Office, London." -- Sir Jadunath Sarkar
 
Ballads of Marathas
Harry Arbuthnot Acworth (Author)
"There are two orders of poems, however, which require special reference. The first is the Lavnis or love-songs. The objection to them generally is that they are both licentious and coarse. The greatest of Lavni writers. Ram Joshi, is however free from this im- putation. The second of the two special orders of poems, the Pawadas or historic ballads, requires more detailed consideration. The true Pawada is not a written poem at all. It is the song or ballad of the wandering bard of the Maharashtra called the Gondhali, which has been handed down by memory from one generation to another. The name of the original author is generally given at the end of each ballad, but it is often impossible to identify him.
 
In Wild Maratha Battle: A Tale Of The Days Of Shivaji
Michael Macmillan (Author)
Contents: 1. On the Banks of the Dhauri 2. The Wedding Procession 3. Flight to Matheran 4. Life on the Mountain-top 5. The Hermit's Vision of the Future 6. Return to Chauk 7. Capture of Ayub Khan 8. The Royal Terrace 9. Assault on Rajmachi 10. Withdrawal to Shrivardhan 11. Nettaji Leaves Rajmachi 12. Sghivaji and Moroba 13. Capture of Kashi 14. The Cavesof Bhaja 15. The Robber Chief 16. Release of Kashi 17. At Lohogad 18. Vision of Bhavani 19. Treasure-Trove 20. Torna to Thana 21. Pursuit of Convoy 22. Fight at Khalapur 23. Fall of Kalyan 24. The Betel Leaf 25. Treachery Foiled 26. Rajmachi Recovered 27. Mission to Javli 28. The Plot of Shamraj 29. Nettaji a Prisoner 30. The Dungeon Window 31. Two Flashes of Lightning 32. Brother and Sister
 
The Last Of The Peshwas: A Tale Of The Third Maratha War
Michael Macmillan (Author)
CONTENTS: 1. in the valley of the fleet 2. jealousy awakes love 3. on the white tap of culkeoch 4. with alice in the fairy glen 5. i become a cadet in the old toughs 6. a canary's obsequies 7. my uncle in bombay 8. i visit a hindu banker 9. decoyed into the peshwa's palace 10. before the peshwa 11. i escape out of the clutches of trimbakji 12. affray in the streets of poona 13. my interview with mr. elphinstoxe 14. haibati's information 15. the hirwa bungalow 16. hira's story 17. before the battle 18. battle of kirki 19. haibati summons me to bhosari 20. a captive in the hands of the pindarries 21. my captors become my followers 22. bhimashankab to prabul 23. ascent of prabul 24. john hannay's prison 25. my lost friend found 26. john hannat's story 27. john hannay's story continued 28. a chivalrous foe 29. conclusion
 
Tales of Indian chivalry
Michael Macmillan (Author)
CONTENTS: 1.Saved from the flames 2. The Bride of Padishah 3.The AVooing 3. The Bridal 4. The bond of the bracelet 5. A Rajput Amazon 6. The Ruby of Hazrat 7. The Suiers of Kamalavati 8. The Exile 9. A Soldier of Fortune 10. The Lst of Casket
 
In Wild Maratha Battle...
Michael Macmillan (Author)
The book 'In Wild Maratha Battle' is a fictional biography of the great " Netaji Palkar", -- more famously known as the 'right hand' general of Shri Chatrapathi Shivaji Maharaj.
 
A short history of the Marhattas [i.e. Mahrattas]: from the early times to the death of Shivaji
Upendra Nath. Ball (Author)
The main object of writing it is to present in simple language a brief narrative of the rise of the Mahratta people. as long as there will remain any History of India, the anecdotes of the Mahratta warriors will be read with admiration. The book traces the history of this sturdy race down to the annexation of their country by the British.
 
Pratapgad Fort And The Episode Of Shivaji & Afzal Khan: Told From The Original Mahratta Chronicles...
R. P. Karkaria (Author)
Preface - The author's sole object has been to show English students of Indian History that there is another side to the Pratapgad tragedy, a side which has not hitherto been put before them by any historian.
 
The life of Shivaji Maharaj: founder of the Maratha empire
Nilkanth Sadashiv Takakhav (Author)
"The Shri Shivaji Literary Memorial Committee of some leading members of different Hindu Communities was formed in Bombay, last year, with the object of placing before the English reading public an authentic life-story of Shivaji Maharaja, the Founder of the Maratha Empire, with a view to remove unfounded prejudices and misunderstandings unfortunately perpetuated in the Maratha history written by irresponsible writers who chiefly gathered their information from Mahomedan sources." ... Rao Saheb Manaji Rajuji, J. P.; Rao Saheb H. Y. Rajwadkar, J. P.; G. Y. Shinde (15th September 1925)
 
Shivaji: Webster's Timeline History, 1608 - 2007
Icon Group International (Author) In this book, the focus is on "Shivaji," including when used in literature (e.g. all authors that might have Shivaji in their name). As such, this book represents the largest compilation of timeline events associated with Shivaji when it is used in proper noun form.
 
The Life And Exploits Of Shivaji
Jagannath Lakshuman Mankar (Author)
 
The Mughal Empire (The New Cambridge History of India)
John F. Richards (Author)
 
The Temple Dancer
John-Speed (Author)
 
Tiger Claws: A Novel of India
John-Speed (Author)
 
The New Cambridge History of India, Volume 2, Part 4: The Marathas 1600-1818
Stewart Gordon (Author)
 
Caste, Conflict and Ideology: Mahatma Jotirao Phule and Low Caste Protest in Nineteenth-Century Western India
Rosalind O'Hanlon (Author)
This study concentrates on the first leader of this movement, Mahatma Jotirao Phule. It shows him as its first ideologist, working out a unique brand of radical humanism.
 
Maharashtra Of The Shivashahi Period
V S Bendrey (Author)
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections.
 
Subhedra Thorale Malhrarva Hoakara (Marathi Edition)
Muralidhar Malhar Atre (Author)
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections.
 

 

 
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