The Great Maratha Warrior Sambhaji Maharaj | Shambhuraje
The Great Sambhaji Maharaj
Son of the Great King Shivaji and Saibai, Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj was born on 14th May 1657. Sambhaji's mother Saibai died when he was just 2 years old. His Grandmother Jijabai took care of Sambhaji Maharaj's upbringings after his mothers death.
Sambhaji Maharaj married Jivubai who later changed her name to Yesubai as per Maratha customs in a marriage of political alliance. Jivubai, the daughter of Pilajirao Shirke, who served Shivaji following the thrashing of a ground-breaking deshmukh Rao Rana Suryajirao Surve. This marriage hence gave Shivaji access to the Konkan waterfront belt.
He was successor of the domain after his dad's demise. Sambhaji Maharaj's administer was to a great extent molded by the continuous wars between the Maratha kingdom and the Mughal Empire, and in addition the Portuguese in Goa. Sambhaji Maharaj was a Great King, was an intense warrior who battled with a Sword with a weight 60 kgs. Had a record of undefeated wars he battled.
Sambhaji Maharaj was betrayed by one of his relatives Ganoji Shirke when he was in the fort of Sangameswar 20 miles from Ratnagiri that was invulnerable. The Mughal leader Mukarrab Khan with his powers was directed to the post by the backstabber and He was unprepared. He was taken to Aurangzeb where he was tormented seriously and head offered to discharge him on the off chance that he acknowledged Islam and gave out subtle elements od riches, gave over the entirety of his posts and gave away the names of Mughal authorities who helped him. In any case, Sambhaji gruffly cannot. Cruel torment took after and Sambhaji Maharaj's tongue was cut off and his body was sliced and pieces were tossed to canines and down the stream. Be that as it may, Sambhaji did not yield. Sambhaji Maharaj was then blinded lastly held tight 11 March 1689 at Tulapur, and after that he was killed brutally.
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