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Shivaji Bhonsle is known as Chhatrapati Shivaji and was one of the most popular Indian rulers. He was part of the Bhonsle Maratha clan, and His father, Sahaji Bhosle, served the Maratha general Deccan Sultanates. At the age of 16, Shivaji clutched the Torna Fort, getting advantage of the dilemma spreading in the Bijapur court due to the sickness of the Sultan, and seized the immense treasure he figured out there. But unfortunately, at the age of 50, he died due to some condition.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Career
In 1674: He was ceremoniously enthroned as the Chhatrapati of his province at Raigad Fort.
In 1636: Shivaji served his service in the Bijapur and got Poona as an allowance.
In 1647: Shivaji got the administration after the death of Kondadeo.
In 1659: In the emanating war of Pratapgarh, Shivaji's army definitively defeated the Bijapur Sultanate's army.
In 1663: Shivaji showed his guts and led the army in the intrepid night attack on Shaista Khan's camp.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Achievement and Legacy
In 1895: Indian patriot leader Lokmanya Tilak announced what was to be an annual festival to the remembrance of the birthday of Shivaji.
In India, many commemorations include the Indian Navy's station INS Shivaji, Railway station, post office, statutes, etc.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Unknown facts
In 2022: A statue built of gunmetal was consecrated in Pune.
Between 1666 and 1668, Aurangzeb was given the title of raja on Shivaji to the Chhatrapati Shivaji.