ShivPratap DinVishesh – शिवप्रताप दिन विशेष

240.00

ShivPratap DinVishesh book is the compilation of the day-by-day events in the lifetime of Shivaji Maharaj, from 1st January to 31st December. Tithi, Shak, Sanvatsar and day of the week of that dates are also mentioned by the author Uday Sankhe for easy reference. Each event in the life of Shivaji Maharaj has been majorly penned into a book form. Such is the inspiration of his life events. This book lists out the day–wise events related to Shivaji Maharaj, making it an easy reference of the diary of events. Reference is given to each and every event.

Aitihasik Gharanyanchya Vanshawali – ऐतिहासिक घराण्यांच्या वंशावळी

350.00

Genealogies of historical families based on reliable evidence is an important tool of history. Aitihasik Gharanyanchya Vanshawali book contains the genealogies of Mughal, Adilshah, Qutbshah, Nizamshah sultans, Kadamba, Shilahar, Vijayanagar emperor, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Peshwas and so on. Hence the genealogy of historical families is an important source of history for history researchers, scholars and history lovers. This book is edited by history researcher Mahesh Tendulkar. This book contains Genealogies of 313 historical families.

Ahamed Shaha Abdali – अहमद शाहा अब्दाली

550.00

The battle of Panipat in 1761 stands in front of our eyes when Ahamed Shaha Abdali utters the words. Abdali is widely known today as an invader and robber. It is generally believed that Abdali did not dare to invade India again after the battle at Panipat with the Marathas. But this is half true! Through this book, the history of Abdali, his campaigns as well as the political situation in North India will be seen. Author Yogesh Ratnakar Phatak, tried to present the entire history of Ahmad Shah Abdali through the book. It is necessary to know the history of the enemy against whom the Marathas fought so fiercely.

Adnyat Panipat – अज्ञात पानिपत

1,000.00

The Marathas were the last indigenous empire-builders of India. They leapt into prominence suddenly and swiftly, but the rapid expansion of their empire was arrested by the defeat at the third battle of Panipat on 14 January 1761. Unfortunately, the authentic, comprehensive and analytical scholarly accounts of this momentous battle are woefully short in number. This work in the Marathi language fills the gap. Specifically, this monograph provides the in-depth information on the following topics for the first time :
– Partition of India in 1757 and the rise of the Afghan nation
– Sabaji Patil Shinde and his brave deeds
– New details about the battle of Barari and how Dattaji Shinde fought the Afghans and Rohillas
– Why did the Marathas position their artillary on top of the Jama Masjid in Delhi?
– What was the total expenditure of Sadashivrao Bhau?
– Sadashivrao Bhau’s valor while in conversation with the Afghan diplomats
– The Kohinoor diamond would have been in Pune, if …
Many such unknown facts are explored in depth in this Adnyat Panipat book written by Manoj Dani. A must-read for any history lover!

Bajirao I An Outstanding Cavalry General

425.00

Military history of the Bajirao Peshwa from 1720 to 1740 is narrated in this Bajirao I An Outstanding Cavalry General book by author Col. R.D. Palsokar. This is an account of the Peshwa Bajirao First. The book has 352 pages and 28 maps with the narrative. The book has 14 chapters. Book also have Epilogue, bibliography and an index. Overall to understand battles of First Bajirao Peshwe and his strategies as Cavalry General, this book is useful.

Maratha Armar Ek Anokhe Parva – मराठा आरमार-एक अनोखे पर्व

400.00

Maratha Armar – Ek Anokhe Parva gives analysis and detailed information right from the establishment of the Maratha naval force by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, progressive contribution and development by the Angre dynasty, constitution of Naval force, ships, cannons, defense tactics with supportive historic references, thus making it a detailed summary of distinctive era of Maratha Navy written by Dr. Sachin Pendse

Sarkhel Kanhoji Angre.. Maratha Armar – सरखेल कान्होजी आंग्रे…मराठा आरमार

200.00

Author Dattatray R. Ketkar gives detailed history of Sarkhel Kanhoji Angre who was navy chief during Maratha period. This book also describes how Maratha Navy was formed and then gradually declined. Information of Tukoji Angre and History of Angre Dynasty is also given in this Sarkhel Kanhoji Angre.. Maratha Armar book.

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