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TARABAI
SHAHU
ASSUMED CONTROL
MARATHA
RAJARAM
MARATHAS
SAMBHAJI
MARATHA STATE
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  1. Tarabai was earlier awarded revenue rights in Berar, and later she made Nagpur her capital. (Web site)
  2. Tarabai was awarded revenue rights in Berar and later made Nagpur her capital. (Web site)
  3. Tarabai was skilled in cavalry movement, and made strategic movements herself during wars. (Web site)

Tarabai

  1. After Shivajis death, his elder son Sambhaji and Tarabai (wife of Rajaram), fought for control of the kingdom.
  2. In 1713, Shahu faced personal danger when he was attacked at Khed near Satara by forces loyal to Tarabai.
  3. His widow, Tarabai, assumed control in the name of her son Shivaji.
  4. Shahu eventually prevailed thanks to his legal position and in part to the Peshwa Balaji Vishwanath ' diplomacy, and Tarabai was sidelined for some time.
  5. In 1700, Rajaram died of sickness and he was succeeded by his wife Tarabai.

Shahu

  1. In 1713, Shahu faced personal danger when he was attacked at Khed near Satara by forces loyal to Tarabai. (Web site)
  2. After Shahu's death in 1749, Tarabai helped conduct Ramaraja to the kingship. (Web site)
  3. Maharani Tarabai gives sanad on 25th July 1701.Chhatrapati Lokraja Shahu give sanad on 12th October 1920.

Assumed Control

  1. His widow, Tarabai, assumed control in the name of her son Shivaji.
  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. A truce was offered to the Mughals in such way that it was promptly rejected by the Mughal emperor, and Tarabai contuined the Maratha resistance.

Maratha

  1. Then Tarabai heroically led the Marathas against the Mughals; by 1705, they had crossed the Narmada River and entered Malwa, then in Mughal possession.
  2. Then Tarabai heroically led the Marathas The Maratha Empire, (also spelled Mahratta), also called the Maratha Confederacy, was a state in central India.

Rajaram

  1. After his release Shahuji had to contend with a competing claim by his aunt, Tarabai and her son, Raje Sambhaji II (son of Rajaram).
  2. After Shivajis death, his elder son Sambhaji and Tarabai (wife of Rajaram), fought for control of the kingdom.
  3. He immediately claimed the Maratha throne and challenged his aunt Tarabai and her son.
  4. In 1698, he happily stepped down from the post of "Hukumatpanha" and Rajaram offered this post to his wife to Tarabai.
  5. Civil war After his release Shahuji had to contend with a competing claim by his aunt, Tarabai and her son, Raje Sambhaji II (son of Rajaram).

Marathas

  1. Tarabai and the Marathas always aggravated Aurangzeb, which eventually drained all his strength and resolve. (Web site)

Sambhaji

  1. 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)

Maratha State

  1. Tarabai gave important position to Pant in senior administration of Maratha State.

Categories

  1. Elder Son Sambhaji
  2. Rajaram
  3. Maratha State
  4. Shahuji
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