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.

Decline and fall of the Maratha Empire

200.00

The Marathas were the predecessors of the British in India and their decline and fall is a sorry tale indeed. This Decline and fall of the Maratha Empire book is not just about the end of Maratha power in India, but also covers the background before the decline started, which was not a sudden event, but which took years and decades to manifest itself. It is a skill of author Wing Commander (retd.) Dr. Mukund S. Naravane, which makes it believable, on account of logical approach and strength of the narrative; based on a large amount research and diligence.

Shrimant Madhavrao Peshwa Vyakti ani Karya -श्रीमंत माधवराव पेशवा व्यक्ति आणि कार्य

360.00

Shrimant Madhavrao Peshwa Vyakti ani Karya is a biography of Shrimant Madhavrao Peshwa, who was born in 1745 and died in 1772 at the age of 27 years. He was 9th Peshwa of the Maratha Empire. During his tenure, the Maratha empire recovered from the losses they suffered during the Third Battle of Panipat. This book is written by Guruprasad Kanitkar and Parag Pimpalkhare.

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