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AURANGZEB
MUGHAL RULE
DEVAGIRI
MARATHAS BACK
SHċVAJċ
DECCAN INTERTRAPPEAN BEDS
CONTINGENT BACK
DECCAN CAMPAIGN
BHOR GHAT
AFGHAN BLOCKADE
RAJPUTANA
EASTERN DECCAN PLATEAU
DECCAN SULTANS
DECCAN WARS
AURANGJEB
BIDAR
MANTLE PLUME
DECCAN BASALTS
WESTERN DECCAN
PLUME MODEL
DECCAN EDUCATION SOCIETY
AIR DECCAN
DECCAN REGION
DECCAN TRAPS ERUPTION
DECCAN SULTANATES
DECCAN TRAPS
BACK
AGREEMENT
BATTLE
FIGHTING
CONTROL
SUCCESS
SON
GURU
ARMIES
KING
ROSE
HINDUS
TIME
YEARS
EAST
FIRST CENTURY
CONQUER
KARACHI
END
MILITARILY
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Definitions

  1. The Deccan is rich in minerals. (Web site)
  2. Air Deccan is going to setup an airport near Nellore city.

Aurangzeb

  1. In 1660, Aurangzeb sent Shaista Khan, his maternal uncle with a large army to defeat Shivaji in the Deccan. (Web site)
  2. In 1660, Aurangzeb sent Shaista Khan, Aurangzeb's maternal uncle with a large army to handle Shivaji in the Deccan. (Web site)
  3. Akbarabad remained capital of India during the rule of Aurangzeb until he shifted it to Aurangabad in the Deccan in 1653.

Mughal Rule

  1. In 1629, Shah Jahan's redoubtable army swept south across the Deccan to usher in Mughal rule. (Web site)
  2. Shahuji would have to accept Mughal rule in the Deccan, furnish forces for the imperial army, and pay an annual tribute.

Devagiri

  1. In 1292 the Vaghelas became tributaries of the Yadava dynasty of Devagiri in the Deccan. (Web site)

Marathas Back

  1. They in turn, decided to block the way of the Marathas back into the Deccan. (Web site)

Shċvajċ

  1. In January 1670, Shīvajī launched a multi-pronged assault on Mughal garrisons in the Deccan.

Deccan Intertrappean Beds

  1. Aeschynomene tertiara, a new fossil wood from the Deccan Intertrappean beds at Mahurzari near Nagpur, India. (Web site)

Contingent Back

  1. He feigned almost fatal sickness and requested to send most of his contingent back to Deccan. (Web site)

Deccan Campaign

  1. Shah Jahan followed the Mughal practice of assigning authority to his sons, and in 1634 put Aurangzeb in charge of the Deccan campaign.

Bhor Ghat

  1. Typically the Deccan Plateau is made up of basalt extending up to Bhor Ghat near Karjat.

Afghan Blockade

  1. On the decisive day of 14th January 1761 (Makar Sankranti), the Marathas decided to break-through the Afghan blockade and re-enter Deccan. (Web site)

Rajputana

  1. The régime of Aurangzeb saw innumerable revolts and riots; the whole of Rajputana and the Deccan became restive. (Web site)

Eastern Deccan Plateau

  1. The eastern Deccan Plateau is at a lower elevation spanning the southeastern coast of India. (Web site)

Deccan Sultans

  1. The Madurai kingdom had enemies all-around; the Marathas, Mysore army, Mughal army with the Deccan Sultans and frequent interludes by the Thanjavur kingdom. (Web site)

Deccan Wars

  1. While Aurangzeb was sinking deeper into the morass of his Deccan Wars, the Jats successfully overthrew the Mughal maladministration in Agra province. (Web site)

Aurangjeb

  1. It was the vision of Aurangjeb when he predicted the danger that Shivaji can be as early as 1646, when he was governor of Deccan in his first term.

Bidar

  1. Bidri ware emanates from Bidar in the Deccan. (Web site)

Mantle Plume

  1. From Deccan to Réunion: no trace of a mantle plume. (Web site)

Deccan Basalts

  1. Elsewhere, flood basalts comprise the most voluminous, volcanic accumulations on Earth (Deccan basalts, India, and the Siberian traps, for example).

Western Deccan

  1. Maratha chieftains were originally in the service of Bijapur sultans in the western Deccan, which was under siege by the Mughals. (Web site)

Plume Model

  1. Geological and geophysical data from the Deccan provide no support for the plume model and arguably undermine it altogether (Sheth, 2005a,b).

Deccan Education Society

  1. He actively particpated in the Deccan Education Society and was the founding member of Fergusson College at Pune in 1885. (Web site)

Air Deccan

  1. Mumbai, Nov 1, (IANS) Kingfisher Airlines is close to owning a 51 percent majority stake in Air Deccan, Kingfisher owner Vijay Mallya says.

Deccan Region

  1. Dakhini is a dialect of Urdu from the Deccan region of south-central India, chiefly from Hyderabad, that uses fewer Persian or Arabic words.

Deccan Traps Eruption

  1. It is postulated that the Deccan Traps eruption was associated with a deep mantle plume.

Deccan Sultanates

  1. It was one of the Deccan sultanates, which lasted until its conquest by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1636. (Web site)
  2. The Deccan sultanates ruled Maharashtra for around three centuries.

Deccan Traps

  1. At the close of the Karroo period there was a remarkable manifestation of volcanic activity which again has its parallel in the Deccan traps of India.
  2. The Deccan Traps is a large igneous province located on the Deccan Plateau of west-central India and is one of the largest volcanic features on Earth.
  3. This is one of the large, spectacular oriented dyke swarms of the Deccan Traps.

Back

  1. As fate would have it Aurangzeb was drawn back to Deccan to give chase to his errant son. (Web site)

Agreement

  1. Jai Singh had contravened the agreement of not waging war against the Marathas in the Deccan.
  2. Under the terms of the agreement the Marathas obtained the grants of the chauth and sardeshmukhi of the Deccan including Ahmadnagar.

Battle

  1. Vijayanagara was conquered by the combined forces of the Deccan sultanates in 1565 in the Battle of Tallikota.

Fighting

  1. His last twenty five years were spent fighting in the Deccan and losing territory to rival states.
  2. At this stage, while Aurangzeb was fighting in the Deccan Wars, North India was also covered by strife. (Web site)

Control

  1. Many historians believe that a considerable portion of the Deccan was also under the control of the Nandas.

Success

  1. Boosted by its success, the Deccan Education Society was formed in 1884 and a year later the Fergusson College was started. (Web site)

Son

  1. In 1600AD, his son and eventual successor, Jahangir rebelled against Akbar when he away in the Deccan engaged in battle. (Web site)

Guru

  1. While at Dina, the Guru received a concilatory letter from Aurangzeb, asking him to come to Deccan to discuss the situation.

Armies

  1. He led his armies into battle a number of times and extended the frontiers of his empire further down in the Deccan, although he lost Kandhar. (Web site)

King

  1. Shivaji returned to the Deccan, successfully drove out the Mughal armies, and was crowned Chhatrapati or king of the Maratha confederacy in 1674.
  2. Deccan wrung Aurangzeb the man, the king, the father and the believer out of all softer emotions and decorum. (Web site)
  3. Even before he usurped his uncle and father-in-law Feroz Shah I, Ala-ud-din had been in Deccan where he had subdued Ramachandra, king of Devagiri. (Web site)

Rose

  1. During the Kushana Dynasty, an indigenous power, the Satavahana Kingdom (first century BC-third century AD), rose in the Deccan in southern India.

Hindus

  1. This crushing defeat of Muslims in the Deccan raised confidence of Hindus across India.
  2. His discriminatory policies toward Hindus, Marathas and the Deccan kingdoms contribute to the dissolution of the Mughal Empire by 1750.

Time

  1. Kavirajamarga, a work on poetics in Kannada by Amoghavarsha I, shows that the study of poetry was popular in the Deccan during this time.
  2. At this time, prior to the Deccan eruptions, uplift in southern India resulted in sedimentation in the adjacent nascent Indian Ocean. (Web site)
  3. Perhaps the southern extinction was mainly caused by the Deccan Traps at the same time but rather more slowly.

Years

  1. The plume model was proposed for the Deccan more than 30 years ago, when little was known about the Deccan and about the plume mode of convection.
  2. Previous work had only narrowed the timing of the Deccan eruptions to within 300,000 to 500,000 years of the extinction event.

East

  1. Mafic basalt lava flows created the Deccan Traps near Matheran, east of Mumbai, one of the largest volcanic features on Earth.
  2. Most Deccan plateau rivers flow from west to east.

First Century

  1. During the Kushana Dynasty, an indigenous power, the Satavahana Kingdom (first century B.C.-third century A.D), rose in the Deccan in southern India. (Web site)

Conquer

  1. He came down thousands of miles to the Deccan to conquer the Marathas but finally was unable to crush the Maratha kingdom. (Web site)

Karachi

  1. Its followers are presently in the Deccan and Gujarat regions of India and, in a related Zikri form, in Karachi, Pakistan.
  2. The British governed the region as part of the Bombay Presidency, which spanned an area from Karachi in Pakistan to most of the northern Deccan. (Web site)

End

  1. The annual affair of the raid and plunder of Vijayanagar towns and villages by the Deccan sultans came to an end during the Raya's rule.

Militarily

  1. Militarily and politically, Mughal efforts to control the Deccan continued to fail.

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