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Because this novel, based on the life of the early 18th century Maratha warrior/ Prime Minister, Bajirao Peshwa, and his love for the Muslim dancing girl Mastani, . From which site I can download the book Rau based on maratha bajirao peshawa? aJOridTDw How can I download books (pdf) from site readanybook. com?. Rau is a Marathi historical fiction novel by N S Inamdar. The story revolves around the Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version.

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Read "Rau - The Great Love Story of Bajirao Mastani" by N.S. Inamdar brings alive the romance, intrigue and valour of the eighteenth-century Maratha empire. Rau - The Great Love Story of Bajirao Mastani. N.S. Inamdar. Ebook brings alive the romance, intrigue and valour of the eighteenth-century Maratha empire. Marathi Books Free - Check out the Free collection of Marathi Books online. Download and read on Dailyhunt App.

Me, having not seen the movie Bajirao Mastani till date was very much excited on hearing about the Marathi book being translated in English by Vikrant Pande under the publishing house panmacmillanindia. Am very grateful to them for sending me an ARC.

About the book, I am always attracted to Indian history and it's historic fictions because of the mystery they possess. The storyline creates such a mysterious, romantic and toxic atmosphere that one cannot help but read through the pages without much stops. The Bajirao as portraited by the author is so gallant, proud that success seems to touch his feet.

He is known to be very romantic and one who does not hesitate to take action when it comes in his mind. When he sees Mastani for the first time, her beauty and delicacy takes him off his foot and slowly and unknowingly he falls in love with Mastani They break the boundary between religion and status and found a love which makes all the kingdom shake with protests.

No more than two stars. Then, in the last forty of fifty pages, the book began to fall into place, and ended in a poignant and memorable way. Which is what makes me give it a three-star rating.

What made me not like Rau? Email Address: Article Id: Despite belonging to the Chitpavan Brahmin caste that had hitherto engaged primarily in priestly or administrative duties, Bajirao took up the charge of leading his troops.

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He is credited with expanding the Maratha Empire , especially in the north, which contributed to its reaching a zenith during his son's reign twenty years after Baji Rao's death.

Baji Rao is acknowledged as the most influential of the nine Peshwas from the Bhat family. At the age of 20, he was appointed by Chhattrapati Shahu as Peshwa upon the death of his father, keeping aside all other claimants.

It is quite clear from this appointment that Shahu recognized his talent even as a boy and positioned him as Peshwa. Bajirao was popular with his soldiers and even today his name is an honorable one. Legend has it that standing before Shahu Maharaj and his court, the young new Peshwa Baji Rao is said to have thundered: This story indicates the vision of Bajirao and Shahu Maharaj's faith in the young man.

Shahu Maharaj appointed him as a Peshwa at a young age, recognising his talents and entrusting to him imperial troops who had recently emerged victorious in the Mughal-Maratha conflict that ended in Baji Rao's greatness lay in that, true to the judgment of his master and seasoned troops at his disposal, he struck terror with the Maratha armies in conquering the Indian sub-continent.

Baji Rao is famous for rapid tactical movements in battle, using his cavalry inherited from maratha generals including Santaji Ghorpade , Dhanaji Jadhav , Ananadrao Makaji. He is often called a cavalry general. Two examples are the Battle of Palkhed in when he outmaneuvered the Mughal Governor of the Deccan province, and again in the battle against the Mughal Emperor, Muhammad Shah at Delhi during He concentrated on using local terrain to cut the enemy supply-lines with the help of rapid troop movement.

He followed Maratha traditional tactics of encircling the enemy quickly, appearing from the rear of enemy, attacking from the unexpected direction, distracting the enemy's attention, keeping the enemy off balance, and deciding the battlefield on his own terms.

Baji Rao was married to Kashibai, and had two sons together: Nanasaheb was later appointed Peshwa by Shahu in Their second son was named Raghunathrao.

Baji Rao also took Mastani as a wife. She was the daughter of Maharaja Chhatrasal of Panna by a Muslim wife. She bore him a third son, who was named Krishnarao at birth. The Brahmins did not accept the boy as a pure Hindu Brahmin since his mother was a Muslim.

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Baji Rao's love affair with Mastani caused a rift in the orthodox Hindu Pune society of the time, and led to a major crisis within the royal Peshwa family. Bajirao ardently wanted Krishnarao to be invested with the "sacred thread" of Hinduism and be declared a Brahmin. But he could not get the orthodox Pune Brahmin priests to.

He had to bring up the boy as a Muslim. Renamed Shamsher Bahadur , their son fought valiantly for the Marathas in the Battle of Panipat , where he was killed at the age of nearly The historian D. Many attempts were made on her life, presumably by Chimaji Appa; she survived with the help of Chhattrapati Shahu.

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Baji Rao died on April 28, , while still in his prime. He died of a sudden fever, possibly heat stroke , while inspecting his jagirs. He was en route to Delhi with one lakh , troops under his command at his camp in the district of Khargon, near the city of Indore.This book skipped that part also.

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