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Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Administration (in Hindi)
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In this video I am discussing Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Biography and Administration

Bibhuti Bhusan Swain
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  1. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Administration

  2. Shivaji Shivaji was born in the hill-fort of Shivneri, near the city of Junnar in what is now Pune district on 6 April 1627 or 19 February 1630 Shivaji was the son of Shahji Bhosle and Jija Bai At the time of Shivaji's birth, power in Deccan was shared by three Islamic sultanates: Bijapur, Ahmednagar, and Golkonda. Shahaji often changed his loyalty between the Nizamshahi of Ahmadnagar, the Adilshah of Bijapur and the Mughals, but always kept his jagir (fiefdom) at Pune and his small army with him.

  3. Shivaji Shivaji was brought up at Poona under the supervision of his mother and an able expert soldier and an efficient administrator Brahmin Dadaji Konda-dev. Dadaji Konda-dev made Shivaji an He also came under the religious influence of Guru Ramdas, which made him proud of his motherland.

  4. Conquest of Torana It was the first fort captures by Shivaji as Chieftain of Marathas led the foundation of his ruling attributes of valour and determination at the age of 16 which This conquest drives him to capture another like Raigarh and Pratapgarh Due these conquests, the Sultan of Bijapur was get panic and he put Shahji, Shivaji's father in prison.

  5. Conquest of Torana In AD 1659, Shivaji again tried to attack Bijapur then the Bijapur sent his general, Afzal Khan, to capture Shivaji Sultan of But Shivaji was manage to escape and killed him with a deadly weapon called Baghnakh or tiger's claw. Finally, in 1662, the Sultan of Bijapur made peace treaty with Shivaji and made him as an independent ruler of his conquered territories.

  6. Conquest of Kondana fort It was under the control of Nilkanth Rao. It was fought between Tanaji Malusare, a commander of Maratha ruler Shivaji and Udaybhan Rathod, fortkeeper under Jai Singh I.

  7. Coronation of Shivaji In AD 1674, Shivaji declared himself as independent ruler of Maratha Kingdom and crowned as Chhatrapati at Raigarh His coronation symbolises the rise of people who challenges the legacy of Mughal's. After the coronation, he gets the title of 'Haidava Dharmodharka (Protector of Hindu faith) of newly formed state of Hindavi Swarajya.

  8. Alliance with Qutub Shahi rulers Golconda With the help of this alliance, he led the campaign into Bijapur Karanataka (AD 1676-79) and conquered Gingee (Jingi), Vellore and many forts in Karnataka

  9. Shivaji's administration Shivaji's administration was largely influence by Deccan administrative practices. He appointed eight ministers who were called Astapradhan who assists him in administrative helm of affairs. Peshwa-were the most important ministers who looked after the finance and general administration. Senapati (sari-i-naubat) were one of the leading Marathas chiets which was basically post of honour.

  10. Shivaji's administration The Majumdar was accountant. The Wakenavis is one who looks after the intelligence, post and household affairs. The Surnavis or chitnis assist the king with his correspondence The Dabir was the master of ceremonies and helps the king in his dealing with foreign affairs.

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