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- Sambhaji was killed in Tulapur and his samadhi was built in Vadhu.
- Sambhaji was born in a crucial phase of Indian history.
- Sambhaji was succeeded by his brother Rajaram.
- Sambhaji was expecting me for supper tonight at his home.
- Sambhaji was killed while on a military expedition in Karnataka.
- Sambhaji was extremely fearless and brave.
- Sambhaji was captured in an ambush by Mughal troops in 1688.
- Sambhaji succumbed to the cruel torture and final beheading on March 11, 1689 near the confluence of the Bheema and Indrayani rivers at Tulapur near Pune.
- Vadhu and Tulapur are the places related with Sambhaji - the son of Shivaji Maharaj.
- The torture to death of Sambhaji became a rallying call for Maratha resistance and the regalvanization and spread of the Maratha empire after Aurangzeb.
- During the years that followed the death of Sambhaji, the Marathas continued at intervals to plunder Ahmadnagar territories.
- At the same time, his elder brother Sambhaji defeated Adilshah’s other general Farhad Khan in Bangalore.
- Sambhaji considered himself as patron of Adilshah and Kutubshah.
- The following map shows the location of Sambhaji Temple, Panhala - a tourist attraction in Maharashtra India.
- Aurangzeb's son Akbar left the Mughal court and joined with Sambhaji, inspiring some Mughal forces to join the Marathas.
- In 1666, Aurangzeb summoned Shivaji to Agra, along with his six year old son Sambhaji on the occasion of his fiftieth birthday.
- In early 1689, Sambhaji called his commanders for a strategic meeting at Sangameshwar in Konkan.
- Despite the torture, [Sambhaji]] refused to convert to Islam.
- Neuf ann--es de guerre s'ensuivent qui s'ach--vent par la capture de Sambhaji et sa mise -- mort.
- Rajaram's nephew & Sambhaji's son, Shahu Bhosale declared himself to be the legitimate heir to the Bhosale throne.
- After the death of Chhatrapati Shivaji & his son Sambhaji their prime ministers or'The Peshwas'became the defacto rulers.
- Unfortunately, within two weeks after Chhatrapati Shivaji's coronation, his grandmother Jijabai died and Sambhaji was left with nobody to nurture him.
- During the capture of Raigad, Sambhaji' wife Yesubai and his son Shahu were taken captive by the Mughals.
- His widow, Tarabai, assumed control in the name of her son, Sambhaji II. A truce was offered which promptly was rejected by the emperor.
- Sambhaji's son Shahu was raised by the Mughals and through the efforts of Balaji Vishwanath, assumed the throne as Chhatrapati.
- Soyarabai and Annaji Datto plotted to arrest Sambhaji at fort of Panhala, where he was staying at the time of Shivaji's death.
- It was chiefly because of Hambirrao's support that Sambhaji was able to ascend to his rightful place on the maratha throne in 1681.
- Therefore Hambirrao did not support his own sister and sided with Sambhaji.
- Later, Sambhaji and Kavi Kalash were tied upside down to camels with Mughal soldiers throwing stones, mud, and cow dung at them.
- Meanwhile, Soyarabai started becoming jealous of Sambhaji after a son, Chhatrapati Rajaram, was born to her in 1670.
- Shahji and Sambhaji were asked by Mustafa Khan to join him against the Nayaka at Jinji.
- When Mir Jumla started driving the Adil Shahi troops, Shahji and Sambhaji intervened with their forces.
- After Shivajis death, his elder son Sambhaji and Tarabai (wife of Rajaram), fought for control of the kingdom.
- The Karnataka Jagir was for elder son Sambhaji and Pune Jagir for younger son Shivaji.
- He sent the younger son Shivaji with his mother Jijabai as queen regent and the elder son Sambhaji was kept with him.
- A small ambush followed and Sambhaji was captured by Mughal troops on 1 Feb, 1689.
- A few days after Sambhaji's death, the capital Raigad fell to the Mughals and Sambhaji's wife and son were captured.
- But in 1689 Aurangzeb captured Sambhaji and publicly tortured and killed him.
- In 1688, Sambhaji was caught, tortured, and then painfully dismembered.
- There are a few Marathi historical novels based on the life of Sambhaji.
- Aurangzeb's son, Prince Akbar, rebelled against his father and was sheltered by Sambhaji.
- After a brief struggle Sambhaji was crowned king.
- Jijabai had several other sons before Shivaji who did not survive, except for Sambhaji who was with Shahaji in the South.
- There is some dispute among historians about Sambhaji's ability as a ruler.
- The rebels were defeated and Akbar fled south to the shelter of the Maratha Sambhaji, Shivaji's successor.
- With Sambhaji 's death, Maratha confederacy was thrown in a disarray.
- Sambhaji led the Maratha fight against the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb.
- By that time, the result of warfare was as follows- Sambhaji had conquered three fourth of Portuguese Empire in Goa and assimilated it into Maratha state.
- However, Sambhaji's single heroic death unleashed an unprecedented unity and heroic spirit among the Marathas.
- In a meticulously planned operation, Ganoji Shirke and Aurangzeb's commander, Mukarrab Khan attacked Sangameshwar when Sambhaji was about to leave the town.
- A kind of encircling movement began against Sambhaji and on 1st February 1689 Sambhaji was trapped at Sangameshwar.
- In this temple - known as Sangameshwar, Sambhaji was arrested by Aurangzeb and was later killed.
- In course of this fight, Shahji and Sambhaji secured Banglore and went on take Kanakagiri for themselves.
- Shahaji groomed all his sons as good administrators and men of taste, Shivaji in the Pune region, Sambhaji in Banglore, and Vyankoji in Thanjavur region.
- It is very horrifying that Sambhaji was kept as prisoner in the jail of Aurangzeb at the samll age of 8, for rescueing Shivaji from him.
- Shivaji had two sons: Sambhaji and Rajaram.
- Shahaji had two sons by Jijabai, Sambhaji and Shivaji.
- The workers of the NCP who now have to campaign for the Sambhaji Pawar are however in a fix.
- Sambhaji Pawar had launched his campaign in the presence of his political mentor and Janata dal leader Vyankappa Patki.
- Sambhaji, the elder son, was very popular among the courtiers.
- Sambhaji, being young and enthusiastic, often squabbled with senior courtiers like Annaji Datto.
- Aurangjeb captured and brutally murdered Sambhaji in 1689.
- Sambhaji and Kavi Kalash were brutally tortured for over a fortnight.
- The Mughals forced Sambhaji's younger brother, Rajaram Bhosale to flee into the Tamil-speaking countryside.
- The Mughals forced Sambhaji's younger brother, Rajaram Bhonsle to flee into the Tamil-speaking countryside.
- This process caused further widening of the rift between Sambhaji on one side, and Moropant Pngle and Annaji Datto on the other side.
- However Sambhaji led the fight valiantly and did not let Aurangzeb win even a single major victory.
- The politics fuelled by senior courtiers like Annaji Datto and Moropant Pngle led to Sambhaji's estrangement.
- For almost one year, Sambhaji left the Shivaji's kingdom and joined Aurangzeb's commander, Diler Khan as part of politics.
- His other son Sambhaji started secret negotiations with Hindu Palegars to look upto Shahji and not side the Moslem invasionary force.
- He accepted a position of a mansabdar for his son Sambhaji in the Mughal military hierarchy.
- After his death, his elder son Sambhaji and his step-mother Soyarabai fought for control of the kingdom.
- To make matters worse, there was a devastating famine in Maharashtra in 1686-87.Even if senior courries of Shivaji wre against Sambhaji's rule.
- Some accounts claim that Shivaji and Sambhaji, both hid in the sweet boxes and escaped.
- As a result, Shivaji and his son Sambhaji were placed under house arrest in Agra, from which they managed to escape.
- Sambhaji had sneaked out a couple of days earlier, disguised as the son of a brahmin who had come to pray for Shivaji's quick recovery.
- In return, Shivaji ceded Simhagad, and Sambhaji ceded Bangalore city and kandarpi fort in Karnataka.
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