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- The Deccan is rich in minerals.
- Air Deccan is going to setup an airport near Nellore city.
- In 1660, Aurangzeb sent Shaista Khan, his maternal uncle with a large army to defeat Shivaji in the Deccan.
- In 1660, Aurangzeb sent Shaista Khan, Aurangzeb's maternal uncle with a large army to handle Shivaji in the Deccan.
- Akbarabad remained capital of India during the rule of Aurangzeb until he shifted it to Aurangabad in the Deccan in 1653.
- In 1629, Shah Jahan's redoubtable army swept south across the Deccan to usher in Mughal rule.
- Shahuji would have to accept Mughal rule in the Deccan, furnish forces for the imperial army, and pay an annual tribute.
- In 1292 the Vaghelas became tributaries of the Yadava dynasty of Devagiri in the Deccan.
- They in turn, decided to block the way of the Marathas back into the Deccan.
- In January 1670, Shīvajī launched a multi-pronged assault on Mughal garrisons in the Deccan.
- Aeschynomene tertiara, a new fossil wood from the Deccan Intertrappean beds at Mahurzari near Nagpur, India.
- He feigned almost fatal sickness and requested to send most of his contingent back to Deccan.
- Shah Jahan followed the Mughal practice of assigning authority to his sons, and in 1634 put Aurangzeb in charge of the Deccan campaign.
- Typically the Deccan Plateau is made up of basalt extending up to Bhor Ghat near Karjat.
- On the decisive day of 14th January 1761 (Makar Sankranti), the Marathas decided to break-through the Afghan blockade and re-enter Deccan.
- The régime of Aurangzeb saw innumerable revolts and riots; the whole of Rajputana and the Deccan became restive.
- The eastern Deccan Plateau is at a lower elevation spanning the southeastern coast of India.
- The Madurai kingdom had enemies all-around; the Marathas, Mysore army, Mughal army with the Deccan Sultans and frequent interludes by the Thanjavur kingdom.
- While Aurangzeb was sinking deeper into the morass of his Deccan Wars, the Jats successfully overthrew the Mughal maladministration in Agra province.
- 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.
- Bidri ware emanates from Bidar in the Deccan.
- From Deccan to Réunion: no trace of a mantle plume.
- Elsewhere, flood basalts comprise the most voluminous, volcanic accumulations on Earth (Deccan basalts, India, and the Siberian traps, for example).
- Maratha chieftains were originally in the service of Bijapur sultans in the western Deccan, which was under siege by the Mughals.
- Geological and geophysical data from the Deccan provide no support for the plume model and arguably undermine it altogether (Sheth, 2005a,b).
- He actively particpated in the Deccan Education Society and was the founding member of Fergusson College at Pune in 1885.
- Mumbai, Nov 1, (IANS) Kingfisher Airlines is close to owning a 51 percent majority stake in Air Deccan, Kingfisher owner Vijay Mallya says.
- Dakhini is a dialect of Urdu from the Deccan region of south-central India, chiefly from Hyderabad, that uses fewer Persian or Arabic words.
- It is postulated that the Deccan Traps eruption was associated with a deep mantle plume.
- It was one of the Deccan sultanates, which lasted until its conquest by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1636.
- The Deccan sultanates ruled Maharashtra for around three centuries.
- 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.
- 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.
- This is one of the large, spectacular oriented dyke swarms of the Deccan Traps.
- As fate would have it Aurangzeb was drawn back to Deccan to give chase to his errant son.
- Jai Singh had contravened the agreement of not waging war against the Marathas in the Deccan.
- Under the terms of the agreement the Marathas obtained the grants of the chauth and sardeshmukhi of the Deccan including Ahmadnagar.
- Vijayanagara was conquered by the combined forces of the Deccan sultanates in 1565 in the Battle of Tallikota.
- His last twenty five years were spent fighting in the Deccan and losing territory to rival states.
- At this stage, while Aurangzeb was fighting in the Deccan Wars, North India was also covered by strife.
- Many historians believe that a considerable portion of the Deccan was also under the control of the Nandas.
- Boosted by its success, the Deccan Education Society was formed in 1884 and a year later the Fergusson College was started.
- In 1600AD, his son and eventual successor, Jahangir rebelled against Akbar when he away in the Deccan engaged in battle.
- While at Dina, the Guru received a concilatory letter from Aurangzeb, asking him to come to Deccan to discuss the situation.
- 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.
- Shivaji returned to the Deccan, successfully drove out the Mughal armies, and was crowned Chhatrapati or king of the Maratha confederacy in 1674.
- Deccan wrung Aurangzeb the man, the king, the father and the believer out of all softer emotions and decorum.
- 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.
- During the Kushana Dynasty, an indigenous power, the Satavahana Kingdom (first century BC-third century AD), rose in the Deccan in southern India.
- This crushing defeat of Muslims in the Deccan raised confidence of Hindus across India.
- His discriminatory policies toward Hindus, Marathas and the Deccan kingdoms contribute to the dissolution of the Mughal Empire by 1750.
- Kavirajamarga, a work on poetics in Kannada by Amoghavarsha I, shows that the study of poetry was popular in the Deccan during this time.
- At this time, prior to the Deccan eruptions, uplift in southern India resulted in sedimentation in the adjacent nascent Indian Ocean.
- Perhaps the southern extinction was mainly caused by the Deccan Traps at the same time but rather more slowly.
- 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.
- Previous work had only narrowed the timing of the Deccan eruptions to within 300,000 to 500,000 years of the extinction event.
- Mafic basalt lava flows created the Deccan Traps near Matheran, east of Mumbai, one of the largest volcanic features on Earth.
- Most Deccan plateau rivers flow from west to east.
- 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.
- He came down thousands of miles to the Deccan to conquer the Marathas but finally was unable to crush the Maratha kingdom.
- Its followers are presently in the Deccan and Gujarat regions of India and, in a related Zikri form, in Karachi, Pakistan.
- 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.
- 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 and politically, Mughal efforts to control the Deccan continued to fail.
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