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Peshwas under Maratha and Administration of Peshwas (in Hindi)
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In this video, I am discussing Peshwas under Maratha and Peshwas Administration.

Bibhuti Bhusan Swain
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  1. Peshwas under Maratha Administration of Peshwas

  2. Marathas under Peshwa A Peshwa was the equivalent of a modern Prime Minister in the Maratha Empire. ointo Peshwas were the loyal ministers of Marathas state who were app to assist the king in different administrative as well as political affairs. 4999

  3. Balaji Vishwanath Balaji Vishwanath (Bhat) better known as Peshwa Balaji Vishwanath. Balaji Vishwanath assist d a young Maratha Emperor Shahu to consolidate his grip on a kingdom that had been racked by eivil ai persistent attackby the Mnghals der Auamgzeb. He was called "the second founder of the Maratha State. 4999

  4. Balaji Vishwanath He raise the Marathas empire into zenith points after winning over all most all the sardar to the side of Shahu. r winning over al He made the post very important as well as hereditary

  5. Bajirao Peshwa He was the eldest son of Balaji Vishwanath; sueceeded him as Peslhwas at the young age of 20. He served as Peshwa (Prime Minister) to the fifth Maratha Chhatrapa (Emperor) Shahu from 1720 until his death. He is also known by the name Bajirao Ballal He was known for his guerrilla tactics after Shivaji. 4999

  6. Bajirao Peshwa Baji Rao is credited with expanding the Maratha Empire in India. In his military career spanning 20 years, Baji Rao never lost a battle. According to the British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery aji Rao was possibly the finest cavalry general ever prodin cel by India. 4999

  7. Bajirao Peshwa Bajirao's first wife was Kashibai. Bajirao's second wife was Mastani. The marriage was purely a political one and was accepted out of regard for the sentiments of the Bundela king -In 1?34, Mastani bore a son who was to be named Krishna Rao at birth. Being born of a Muslim mother. the priests refused to conduet the Hindu upanayana ceremony for him.. The boy was eventually named Shamsher Bahadur and brought up as a Muslim. Baji Rao died on 28 April 1740, at the age of 39 of a sudden feverfever, possibly heat stroke, while inspecting his jahgirs.

  8. Balaji Baji Rao Balaji Baji Rao also known as Nana Saheb, was a Peshwa (prime minister) of the Maratha Empire in India. After Baji Rao died in April 1740, Chhatrapati Shahu appointed9-year old Balaji as the Peshwa in August 1740 During his tenure, the Chhatrapati was reduced to a mere figurehead At the same time, the Maratha empire started transfoming into a confederacy, in which individual chiefs - such as the Holkars, the Scindias and the Bhonsles of Nagpur kingdom became more powerful

  9. Balaji Baji Rao The defeat at Panipat resulted in heavy losses for the Marathas, and was a huge setback for Peshwa Balaji Rao. He received the news of the defeat Panipat on 24 January V61 at Bhiisa while leading a reinforcement force. Besides several important generals, he had lost hisown son Vishwasrao in the Battle of Panipat. 4999 He died on 23 June 1761

  10. Peshwa Madhav Rao I Madhav Rao I was the fourth Peshwa of the Maratha Empire. During his tenure, the M ratha empire recovered from the losses they suffered during the Third Battle of Panipat, a phenomenon known Maratha Resurrection. He is considered one of the greatest Peshwas in Matatha history. 4999

  11. Administration of Peshwas The Peshwas named their secretariat as Huzur Daftar which was situated in Poona. They divided the village into small units for administration whigh were headed by the Patils. Kulkarnias assists them in keeping the documentsaf village. Potars were meant to inspect the currency. 4999

  12. Peshwas under Maratha Administration of Peshwas