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Rise of marathas
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Aurangzeb struggled in Deccan till his last breath and Marathas were the main reason behind it.

Abhishek Srivastava is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Abhishek Srivastava
GS faculty and subject matter expert | 4 yrs Teaching Exp.| HiStory, Geog. and Polity courses with interrelation, logic & chronology.

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sir agar statement aur conclusion same ho to wrong hota hai kya jise (st- some A are B con-some A are B ) mujhe exam mai aaj tk aisa question mila ni hai but confuse hu kahi kahi par sahi bola jata hai kahi par galat
nahi sahi hota h wo
Ashish Kumar
a year ago
Restatement always true
Heena Kumari
a year ago
galat hota h restatment
a year ago
glat hota he bhai kabhi bi sai ni hoga
Ajit parate
a year ago
kyun majak kar rahe ho sab … restatement is always true cuz you have given in problem itself that given statements are assumed to be true and answer following accordingly.. hence as question is true so retyping question in answer is always true also :)
Thanks a lot sir..plz make a course on art and culture and on geography too.
Hello Sir, Please make a course on Art and culture if possible. You have made a lots of amazing courses especially ancient, medieval and modern history and made us link all the facts which is really helpful in remembering the facts. Thanks very much for that.
and the latest! trending! hot cake! talk of Edu-town is "When will abhishek sir make art n culture course??" no less than"why katappa killed bahubali" jokes apart, hats off to u sir for ur effort.. couldn't find any course as good as this now every other course seems so boring (no offense) wish u could have made a course on Indian Polity too.. and thank u so much.this is all I cn say.. U R A ROCKSTAR !!!
very helpful. ...thank u very much..
Hello Sir, Today I completed medieval history along with modern and ancient some days back. after going through all these awesome courses made by you I am not the same person who was afraid of history and conquering it considered as a herculean task,now I am more comfortable with history and you have engraved a endless curiousity about history and awaken my interest for world history too.the way you teach is flawless and enthusiasm in your voice show your dedication towards subject as a teacher and I admire you for this and the way you hold your hand at the end of your slide in same way I am holding my hand and bendinh my head in front of you and thanking you from bottom of my heart.:) may God bless you and endowed with lots of happiness in your life.
Hello Tanu Thanx alot for your wishes and love. My all hard work gets redeemed when I am endowed with such lovely wishes. Connect with us on Facebook at Unacademy Educators and learners group.. And keep learning!!
  1. Crash Course The Medieval Indian History Rise of Marathas

  2. Abhishek Srivastava ABOUT ME: . Qualified IIT JEE 2006 . Indian maritime University, Kolkata .Qualified for UPSC mains twice . GS faculty . Crash Course on Modern History Marine Engineer Got selected in SSC and IBPS twice Crash Course on Ancient History Ncert Class VI Summary . Delhi Sultanate

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  4. The Rise of the marathas Rose in the service of the bahmani rulers held mansabs and jagirs. bahmani rulers emansab v unlike the rajputs none of them was an independent ruler or ruled over a large kingdom. V they were not the leader of clans on whose backing and they support they could depend.

  5. but the ruler of deccan embarked upon a definite policy of winning over the maratha to their side. V Hence the maraths formed the backbone of the landed aristocracy of the deccan v The maratha were cheif accorded service and position in all the three leading states of the deccan

  6. Shahji Bhonsale created the maratha state . before this marthas did not have any well-established states left the poona jagir to neglected wife Jijabai and minor son shivaji

  7. Shivaji overran a number of hill forts near poona death of his guardian Dadaji kondadeo" v shivaji became his own master. shivaji becam

  8. v conquered javli kingdom from maratha cheif 1656 entered into negotiations with Aurangazeb then changed sides Conquest the area of bijapur Bijapuri noble, Afzal khan, came to capture shivaji but shivaji killed him cunningly

  9. Aurangzeb v watching this rise of marathas v send governor of deccan Shaista khan to capture shivaji Shaista khan V Occupied Poona was attacked by shivaji while he was in camp Khan lost his son in this attack 1663 Mcanwhile shivaji looted mughal port Y Meanwhile shivaji looted mughal port Surat 1664

  10. Treaty of purandar 1665 V Aurangzeb send Raja Jai Singh of Amber, one of most trusted advisers of Aurangzeb to deal with shivaji opened negotiations with jai v Shivaji asked to be excused from V Mansab(5000) was granted in his V besieged purandar so Shivaji singh personal service place to his minor son Sambhaji

  11. Failure of mughal-maratha expedition against Bijapur. after this shivaji was put into the man rank which had been granted earlier to his minor son. asabdars a Shivaji walked off angrily and refused imperial service. this was the turning point of mugal maratha relationship v detained and escaped 1666 detained and escaped 1666

  12. Shivaji 1627-80 Sambhaji 1680-89 Rajaram 1689-1700 Shivaji lI 1700-1707 Sahuji 1707-1749

  13. Rajaram: he succeded the throne with the help of the minister v Also fled to east coast (Jinji) V mugal captured Rajgarh along with sambhaii's wife and son Shahu Rajaram escaped 1703 Aurangzeb opened negotiation but then retreated

  14. Tarabai and Shivaji II V Rajaram was succeeded by his minor son Shivaji II Under the guardianship of his mother tarabai. Shahu 1707-1749 V he was released by the mughal emperor Bahadur shah let to the starts of civil war v he defeated T v arabai army v in his reign the rise of peshwas and transformatiom of the maratha kingdom into an empire based on the principle of confederacy.

  15. PESHWAS 1435-1700 1700-1707 Sahuji 1707-1749 Balaji Vishwanath 1713-20 Bajirao 1720-40 Marathas Bomba Balaji Bajirao 1740-61 Arabian Ser Ben