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SAI COMPUTER TYPING INSTITUTE, GULABARA CHHINDWARA (M.P.) CPCT ADMISSION OPEN MOB. NO.9098909565 Director By Lucky Shrivatri

created Tuesday February 23, 11:27 by sandhya shrivatri


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Shivaji Rajane did not invade the areas of Bijapur according to the conditions of Salvation of Shahaji, but he tried to increase his power in the south-west. But in this order, the kingdom of Javali was acting as a hindrance. The state was situated in the far northwest of Satara  between the river Vama and Krishna  Raja Chandrao MoreWas the one who received this manor from Shivaji. Shivaji asked the More ruler Chandra Rao to join Swaraj but Chandrarao joined with the Sultan of Bijapur. In 1656, Shivaji attacked Javali with his army. Chandrarao More and his two sons fought with Shivaji but in the end they were imprisoned but Chandrarao fled. The locals opposed this act of Shivaji but he was successful in crushing the rebellion. With this, Shivaji got the wealth of eight dynasties stored in that fort. Apart from this, many Maval soldiers Murarabaji Deshpande also joined Shivaji's army. Knowing the absence of Aurangzeb in South India and the political situation in Bijapur, Shivaji asked Samarji to attack Janjira. But his fight with the Siddis of Janjira lasted for several days. After this Shivaji himself invaded Janjira and took control of South Konkan and collected annual tax from the Portuguese of Daman. After taking over Kalyan and Bhiwandi  they established a naval base there. By this time Shivaji had become the owner of 40 fortifications.  
After the death of Afzal Khan, Shivaji took control of the fort of Panhala. After this, along with taking control of the fortifications of Pawangarh and Vasantgarh, he also failed the attack of Rustom Khan. With this they also captured Rajapur and Dawul. Now an atmosphere of terror arose in Bijapur and the feudal lords there, forgetting mutual differences, decided to attack Shivaji. On 2 October 1665, the Bijapuri army captured the Panhala fort. Shivaji was in trouble, but taking advantage of the darkness of the night, he managed to escape. The Sultan of Bijapur, taking command himself, withdrew his authority over Panhala, Pawangarh, looted Rajapur and killed the head of Shringargarh.
 

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