Bakhar of Panipat An eye witness account of the biggest battle of the th century Written in a few months after the battle of Panipat by Raghunath Yadav This complete original and earliest account of the campai
Third Battle of Panipat The Third Battle of Panipat took place on January at Panipat, about miles km north of Delhi, between a northern expeditionary force of the Maratha Empire and invading forces of the King of Afghanistan, Ahmad Shah Abdali, supported by two Indian allies the Rohilla Najib ud daulah Afghans of the Doab, and Shuja ud Daula, the Nawab of Awadh. VishwasraoVishwasrao was born as the eldest son of Balaji Baji Rao at Supe near Pune Supe was the Jagir of Shahaji near Pune He was trained in Administrative matters and was exposed to Military training early in his life Viswasrao had inherited the looks of his grandfather Bajirao and had even exceeded his charm. What is the actual reason of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj s According to me, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was definitely murdered by poisoning and the ministers namely Annaji pant Suranvis, Moropant Pingle, Rahuji Somnath, Balaji Chitnis and Hiroji Farzand were involved in this conspiracy. India nell Enciclopedia Treccani India Nome della regione meridionale asiatica circa km limitata, a N, dal grande arco montuoso del Himalaya e protesa, a S, nell Oceano Indiano con la penisola triangolare del Deccan e con l isola di Sri Lanka.Dal punto di vista geografico diviso in tre grandi regioni l area himalaiana la pianura solcata dai fiumi Indo, Gange e Brahmaputra l altopiano del Deccan
Title: Bakhar of Panipat
Author: Raghunath Yadav Uday S. Kulkarni Ninad Bedekar
An eye witness account of the biggest battle of the 18th century Written in 1761, a few months after the battle of Panipat by Raghunath Yadav This complete, original and earliest account of the campaign of Panipat is sourced from documents at the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland It has been printed in its original form as well as an English translationAn eye witness account of the biggest battle of the 18th century Written in 1761, a few months after the battle of Panipat by Raghunath Yadav This complete, original and earliest account of the campaign of Panipat is sourced from documents at the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland It has been printed in its original form as well as an English translation with footnotes, introduction and an appendix This document was taken to England by Sir Charles W Malet with the intention of writing the History of the Marathas along with other documents Malet also wrote a summary of the History of the Marathas for Governor General Cornwallis in 1787 This summary from the time of Chhatrapati Shivaji to the year 1787, is published for the first time in this book as an appendix This six page summary is sourced from the British Library at London Note The book has 124 pages including six pages of the original modi pages It has value to those interested in what was written about Panipat s war months after it was over, who would like to read this source in the original language of the time and to English readers who have not had an opportunity to ever read this bakhar This is not a novel or piece of fiction The original author s work that was hitherto available in an incomplete form is presented here with a translation.