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  1. Sambhaji was killed in Tulapur and his samadhi was built in Vadhu. (Web site)
  2. Sambhaji was born in a crucial phase of Indian history. (Web site)
  3. Sambhaji was succeeded by his brother Rajaram.
  4. Sambhaji was expecting me for supper tonight at his home. (Web site)
  5. Sambhaji was killed while on a military expedition in Karnataka. (Web site)
  6. Sambhaji was extremely fearless and brave.
  7. Sambhaji was captured in an ambush by Mughal troops in 1688.


  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. Vadhu and Tulapur are the places related with Sambhaji - the son of Shivaji Maharaj.

Death Sambhaji

  1. The torture to death of Sambhaji became a rallying call for Maratha resistance and the regalvanization and spread of the Maratha empire after Aurangzeb. (Web site)
  2. During the years that followed the death of Sambhaji, the Marathas continued at intervals to plunder Ahmadnagar territories. (Web site)


  1. At the same time, his elder brother Sambhaji defeated Adilshah’s other general Farhad Khan in Bangalore.
  2. Sambhaji considered himself as patron of Adilshah and Kutubshah.
  3. The following map shows the location of Sambhaji Temple, Panhala - a tourist attraction in Maharashtra India.

Old Son

  1. Aurangzeb's son Akbar left the Mughal court and joined with Sambhaji, inspiring some Mughal forces to join the Marathas.
  2. In 1666, Aurangzeb summoned Shivaji to Agra, along with his six year old son Sambhaji on the occasion of his fiftieth birthday. (Web site)
  3. In early 1689, Sambhaji called his commanders for a strategic meeting at Sangameshwar in Konkan.
  4. Despite the torture, [Sambhaji]] refused to convert to Islam. (Web site)
  5. Neuf ann--es de guerre s'ensuivent qui s'ach--vent par la capture de Sambhaji et sa mise -- mort. (Web site)

Chhatrapati Shivaji

  1. Rajaram's nephew & Sambhaji's son, Shahu Bhosale declared himself to be the legitimate heir to the Bhosale throne.
  2. After the death of Chhatrapati Shivaji & his son Sambhaji their prime ministers or'The Peshwas'became the defacto rulers.
  3. Unfortunately, within two weeks after Chhatrapati Shivaji's coronation, his grandmother Jijabai died and Sambhaji was left with nobody to nurture him.


  1. During the capture of Raigad, Sambhaji' wife Yesubai and his son Shahu were taken captive by the Mughals.
  2. His widow, Tarabai, assumed control in the name of her son, Sambhaji II. A truce was offered which promptly was rejected by the emperor. (Web site)
  3. Sambhaji's son Shahu was raised by the Mughals and through the efforts of Balaji Vishwanath, assumed the throne as Chhatrapati. (Web site)


  1. Soyarabai and Annaji Datto plotted to arrest Sambhaji at fort of Panhala, where he was staying at the time of Shivaji's death. (Web site)
  2. It was chiefly because of Hambirrao's support that Sambhaji was able to ascend to his rightful place on the maratha throne in 1681.
  3. Therefore Hambirrao did not support his own sister and sided with Sambhaji.
  4. Later, Sambhaji and Kavi Kalash were tied upside down to camels with Mughal soldiers throwing stones, mud, and cow dung at them.
  5. Meanwhile, Soyarabai started becoming jealous of Sambhaji after a son, Chhatrapati Rajaram, was born to her in 1670. (Web site)


  1. Shahji and Sambhaji were asked by Mustafa Khan to join him against the Nayaka at Jinji.
  2. When Mir Jumla started driving the Adil Shahi troops, Shahji and Sambhaji intervened with their forces.

Elder Son

  1. After Shivajis death, his elder son Sambhaji and Tarabai (wife of Rajaram), fought for control of the kingdom.
  2. The Karnataka Jagir was for elder son Sambhaji and Pune Jagir for younger son Shivaji.
  3. He sent the younger son Shivaji with his mother Jijabai as queen regent and the elder son Sambhaji was kept with him.


  1. A small ambush followed and Sambhaji was captured by Mughal troops on 1 Feb, 1689.
  2. A few days after Sambhaji's death, the capital Raigad fell to the Mughals and Sambhaji's wife and son were captured. (Web site)


  1. But in 1689 Aurangzeb captured Sambhaji and publicly tortured and killed him.
  2. In 1688, Sambhaji was caught, tortured, and then painfully dismembered. (Web site)


  1. There are a few Marathi historical novels based on the life of Sambhaji.
  2. Aurangzeb's son, Prince Akbar, rebelled against his father and was sheltered by Sambhaji.
  3. After a brief struggle Sambhaji was crowned king.
  4. Jijabai had several other sons before Shivaji who did not survive, except for Sambhaji who was with Shahaji in the South. (Web site)
  5. There is some dispute among historians about Sambhaji's ability as a ruler.


  1. The rebels were defeated and Akbar fled south to the shelter of the Maratha Sambhaji, Shivaji's successor.
  2. With Sambhaji 's death, Maratha confederacy was thrown in a disarray. (Web site)
  3. Sambhaji led the Maratha fight against the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. (Web site)
  4. 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.
  5. However, Sambhaji's single heroic death unleashed an unprecedented unity and heroic spirit among the Marathas. (Web site)


  1. In a meticulously planned operation, Ganoji Shirke and Aurangzeb's commander, Mukarrab Khan attacked Sangameshwar when Sambhaji was about to leave the town.
  2. A kind of encircling movement began against Sambhaji and on 1st February 1689 Sambhaji was trapped at Sangameshwar. (Web site)
  3. In this temple - known as Sangameshwar, Sambhaji was arrested by Aurangzeb and was later killed. (Web site)


  1. In course of this fight, Shahji and Sambhaji secured Banglore and went on take Kanakagiri for themselves.
  2. 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.
  3. 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. (Web site)

Two Sons

  1. Shivaji had two sons: Sambhaji and Rajaram. (Web site)
  2. Shahaji had two sons by Jijabai, Sambhaji and Shivaji. (Web site)


  1. The workers of the NCP who now have to campaign for the Sambhaji Pawar are however in a fix. (Web site)
  2. Sambhaji Pawar had launched his campaign in the presence of his political mentor and Janata dal leader Vyankappa Patki. (Web site)


  1. Sambhaji, the elder son, was very popular among the courtiers.
  2. Sambhaji, being young and enthusiastic, often squabbled with senior courtiers like Annaji Datto. (Web site)


  1. Aurangjeb captured and brutally murdered Sambhaji in 1689.
  2. Sambhaji and Kavi Kalash were brutally tortured for over a fortnight.

Younger Brother

  1. The Mughals forced Sambhaji's younger brother, Rajaram Bhosale to flee into the Tamil-speaking countryside.
  2. The Mughals forced Sambhaji's younger brother, Rajaram Bhonsle to flee into the Tamil-speaking countryside.

Annaji Datto

  1. This process caused further widening of the rift between Sambhaji on one side, and Moropant Pngle and Annaji Datto on the other side.
  2. However Sambhaji led the fight valiantly and did not let Aurangzeb win even a single major victory.
  3. The politics fuelled by senior courtiers like Annaji Datto and Moropant Pngle led to Sambhaji's estrangement.
  4. For almost one year, Sambhaji left the Shivaji's kingdom and joined Aurangzeb's commander, Diler Khan as part of politics.

Son Sambhaji

  1. His other son Sambhaji started secret negotiations with Hindu Palegars to look upto Shahji and not side the Moslem invasionary force.
  2. He accepted a position of a mansabdar for his son Sambhaji in the Mughal military hierarchy.
  3. After his death, his elder son Sambhaji and his step-mother Soyarabai fought for control of the kingdom. (Web site)

Under House

  1. 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.
  2. Some accounts claim that Shivaji and Sambhaji, both hid in the sweet boxes and escaped. (Web site)
  3. As a result, Shivaji and his son Sambhaji were placed under house arrest in Agra, from which they managed to escape.
  4. 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. (Web site)
  5. In return, Shivaji ceded Simhagad, and Sambhaji ceded Bangalore city and kandarpi fort in Karnataka.


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