Portuguese Bells In Hindu Temples

160.00

Chimaji Appa, the younger brother of Bajirao Peshwa started the famous Vasai battle in March 1737, and it ended in victory for the Marathas after 26 months, on 12 May 1739, when they captured the seemingly unconquerable fort of Bassein.
During this time the Marathas confiscated huge bells from the Portuguese churches. They were mesmerized by the huge size and melodious sound of these bells. Later, the Marathas offered these bells to the temples of their favourite deities, as war trophies.
Author Mahesh Tendulkar in this Portuguese Bells In Hindu Temples book tells you about these bells from the Portuguese churches, their size, their melodious sound, and how they were different from the locally made bells in the Hindu temples.

Prachin Bharatiya Vidyapithe – प्राचीन भारतीय विद्यापीठे

280.00

From the Vedic period to the spread of Buddhism and Jainism, Prachin Bharatiya Vidyapithe book covers the ancient Indian universities, which were later destroyed by the Muslim invaders. Education is all about developing intellect and skills to make money; Going beyond these ideas to build good character, to establish high moral values, to create responsible citizens for the family and the nation. This ideology shaped the Indian education system. The glorious history of the ancient Indian education system is presented by the author Shweta Kajale.

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.

Shaniwarwadyatil Ratnashala – शनिवारवाड्यातील रत्नशाळा

225.00

Shaniwarwadyatil Ratnashala book gives details of Ornaments and articles of gold and silver which were there in Shaniwarwada in Pune. This is the detailed list counted in 1783 AD. Author Bhaswati Soman has studied and given a detailed description of ornaments and other articles which were in personal collection of Balaji Vishwanath, Bajirao I, Nanasaheb Peshwe, Madhavrao and Ramabai Peshwa, Raghunathrao and Anandibai Peshwa, Bajirao II

Shivaji The Great Guerrilla

360.00

Shivaji The Great Guerrilla is a Comprehensive and objective biographical study of the Shivaji Maharaj. This book provides a powerful critical analysis of Shivajis strategic tactics of guerrilla warfare and the judicious principles implemented in battle.
Author Col. R.D. Palsokar has written this book primarily for the Defence Services officers who wish to study the strategy and tactics of Shivaji Maharaj. Overall this is a unique book written by army person studying the techniques of guerrilla war of Shivaji Maharaj.