History of Maharashtra

The Shivaji Bhosle the founder of Maratha empire, did a lifelong struggle against the mughals. by the years of shivaji death nearly the whole of Deccan belonged to this empire. shivaji was worried and one of the finest rules of india, so he holds the highest place in Maratha history. Sambhaji succeeded shivaji, but he is not great his father shivaji. 1680 to 1707 is known as the period of instability in the history of maharashtra. Balaji Vishwanath, Bajirao peshwa, Nanasaheb peshwa, Thorale Madhaorao peshwa, Naraynrao peshwa were the other important rulers of maharashtra.

The fall of Ahemednagar fort in 1803 marked the end of Indian rules and supremacy of British in Deccan. In 1804, general Wellesly proclaimed the in a state of chaos, established military rules and the Peshwa remainder rulers for namesake. The present of state was formed in 1960 with Bombay as the capital, when the Marathi and Gujarati linguistic areas of former Bombay sate were separated. Maharashtra became the channel of cultural exchange between southern to northern India.

The maharashtra is quite rich some of the great rules and King of this is region, eaving behind the mentioned in the account of a contempporary chinese traveler, Hunan Tasang. as per historian, Dravidians were the inhabitants of Maharashtra and the forest region was called Maharashtra or Dandakarayana. After the declined if the chalukyas came to power.

about the maharashtra there were the Mumbai is the capital of maharashtra of the entire country. Nagpur is known as the Wealthiest state, Maharashtra contributes around 15% of the industrial output of the country and around 14% of it us gross domestic or product. The sate has a varied landscape and is bounded by the Western ghat. It boasts of several wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, and also patronizes project tiger, which is attempt to preserve the endangered of the country. Maharashtra has a tropical monsoon climate and of the country. maharashtra has a tropical monsoon climate and annual rainfall is between 400 to 6000 mm annually, with the Konkan area receiving the maximum rainfall in the state. five main region, Maharashtra has 19 Rajya Sabha or Upper House seat and 48 Lok Sabha or lower House seats. In the maharashtra their are many forts of with huge history as well as tracking

  1. Sinhagad Fort
  1. This fort is located to the Pune. This fort is name gets its mean from the Marathi word Lion. One of the more popular fort in Maharashtra Sinhagad Fort is believed to the have been conquered by Tanaji Malusare’s brother from the Mughals. At fort, you will see a few old stables were believed to the have been used by the Maratha army to keep their horses.this also a brave Tanaji malusare worrier.

2. Rajgad Fort

The rajgad Fort, Pune was built on the Murumbadevi Hills in the Sahyadris range. It was the first capital of shivaji Maharaj and is also for believed to be the place where shivaji’s wife, saibai, spent her last few days. Inside the rajgad is a popular of trekking spot for local and tourist who though the place in the monsoon. from the top of Rajgad Fort.

3. Shivneri Fort –

This fort is the birthplace of shivaji Maharaj, the shivneri fort holds high esteem in Maratha and Maharashtrian history. The fort was constructed in a unique triangular shape and had many mosques, ponds and a tomb inside the shivneri fort, there is a temple that is dedicated to goddess Shahi Devi and a massive chain gate at the entrance. However you are good at trekking, you can try up to the fort from chain route located on the western of the fort.

Culture of Maharashtra : The images of and social consciousness about deities such as Gautam Buddha, Shiva, Vishnu, Ganpati, Paravati, Laxmi, Saraswati, Jain gods etc, have been expressed through various art forms and that through various psychic disposition of the concerned artist.