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.

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.

Solapurche Paramparagat Vatandar Deshmukh Gharane – सोलापूरचे परंपरागत वतनदार देशमुख घराणे

160.00

In Solapurche Paramparagat Vatandar Deshmukh Gharane book author Lata Aklujkar has studied the documents related to Deshmukh dynasty of Solapur and presented how this dynasty has been the best watandar in Solapur Pargana since ancient times till today.

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.

Itihasatil 125 Akhyayika – इतिहासातील १२५ आख्यायिका

144.00

History is hidden in legends. But keeping in mind that the whole story is not history, it is definitely interesting to read. From this, how the villages got their names, the characteristics of different people, their creativity and many other things are well understood. Therefore, the book Itihasatil 125 Akhyayika written by Mahesh Tendulkar on a different subject will be appreciated by readers.

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