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Marathas and Ahmad Shah Abdali

Om Prakash (Editor)
Synopsis Marathas are the inhabitants of Maharashtra, a region roughly marked by a triangle with the coastline between Daman and Goa as its base and Nagpur as its apex. Originally belonging to the peasantry stock, they recruited themselves in the armies of Muslim kings of the south. It was their national hero Shivaji who converted them into a military nation. Even during Aurangzeb’s reign the Marathas had successfully checked the expansion of the Mughal rule in their own country. In 1674 Shivaji assumed the title of Raja. He died in 1680. The saga of Marathas is portrayed in this book in pros and cons. Major topics given elaborate treatment herein will prove of utmost use to all concerned.
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About the author

Om Prakash

Om Prakash obtained M.A. (History) from University of Delhi. He was associated with library profession for more than two decades. A prolific writer, he has authored many outstanding books in his area of specialisation. His some books won him wide acclaim.

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Title Marathas and Ahmad Shah Abdali
Author Om Prakash
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 812611083X
length x+347p., ills; 23cm.
Subjects History