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Whatever he created in 20 painstaking years, he lost in 4 months in In spite of that, after 30 years of toil he created a dynasty. Give me a king in Indian history to compare with Shivaji on these grounds.

Hindu kingdoms had certain peculiarities. They won battles. But that did not mean the enemy was vanquished. In fact it normally meant the powers of the Hindu king got diminished.

So annihilation in defeat and loss of strength in triumph was the norm. Remember the battle of Talikota that destroyed the Vijaynagar Empire or the battle of Devagiri that spelt the death knell for the Yadav Empire. Expansion of rule and strength with every new conquest, sustaining force and grit in defeat, this new history started with Shivaji.

Normally Hindu kings were unaware about the moves of enemies. So the enemy will attack and march in their kingdom, destroy the crops and even if defeated will retreat to its own land safely. This history changes from Shivaji. He was always vigilant and carried surprise attacks in enemy territories. Third thing that changed with Shivaji was trust shown in adversaries. Hindu kings made pacts and their enemies back stabbed them. Shivaji ensnared his rivals, ambushed them and stunned the world.

Once I find a couple of kings like this, I can easily compare them with Shivaji and tell you how small he was. Shivaji was a believer in religion but not a fanatic.

He was tough but not cruel. He was audacious but not reckless. He was idealist but not a day dreamer. He was visionary but pragmatic enough to translate his vision into reality. He lived with grandeur but was not profligate.

He was tolerant of other faiths. You can easily compare him with Ashok, Harsh and Akbar for his tolerance.

But unlike others Shivaji indulged neither in beauty nor in arts. He did not have money to build great monuments. He never had time for them nor was it his inclination.

Shivaji did not have the panache to build Taj Mahal by spending 20 crores with the power of hunter when millions were dying in famine. He was not devout and pious enough to build temples and inns for the pilgrims while British were slowly swallowing India. I totally agree with him. Shivaji definitely went to hell. And all of them are in heaven. Akbar is praised for his tolerance towards Hindus. Remember, Hindus were majority in his kingdom.

They were paying taxes, were his army, dying for his kingdom.

Hindus did not have the history of violence and attack on other faiths, they neither raped nor massacred. A stable system cannot be built without appeasing majority. They were not source of his revenue. They did not form his army. His enemies were Muslim dynasties constantly on the lookout to annex his kingdom. Aurangzeb was imposing Jizya and yet Shivaji treated Muslims with respect. Not out of fear but due to his benevolence. No doubt Shivaji was a great general, but he was an equally able administrator.

He fought many battles but never levied any extra taxes on his subjects.

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He built new forts and settlements, offered provisions to farmers, created panchang and vyavaharkosh, reconverted Hindus who were forcefully converted.

The irony is neither his friends nor his followers ever understood him. This is true even today. The only person who truly understood Shivaji was Aurangzeb. Shivaji created a navy.

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During his times Portuguese were the main foreign power. All the Indian kings felt the brunt of Portuguese navy and yet it was only Shivaji who built a formidable navy of his own. He constructed many sea forts and even fortified the islands of Khanderi and Underi so as to keep a watch on British activities in Mumbai.

The most important point in my opinion is his subjects fought for 27 years after his death.

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After Shivaji, for 9 years under the command of Sambhaji, his eldest son and after Sambhaji was killed for next 18 years almost on their own. During these 27 years they could never defeat Aurangzeb. Marathas never had that power. Still Marathas kept fighting. For 27 long years Aurangzeb toiled in the ranges of Sahyadri. He won all the battles and yet lost the war.

After 27 long and painful years all he could achieve was to see half a million Mughals killed, crores of rupees blown and the once mighty Mughal Empire crumbling. Every day of his life Aurangzeb must have cursed himself for not killing Shivaji in Agra.

People fought against Ashok to save Kalinga. People fought again in 4th century for the kingdom of Youdheya. Why was this? Was it a fight for their religion? But then why did not people fight for Prithviraj Chauhan and Rana Pratap? I think the real reason is Shivaji gave his people the self-confidence that they can fight. He invented the technique of hit and run. He established the principle of hit, run, survive, sustain, reorganise and hit again instead of fighting and dying for false glory.

He founded a kingdom based on justice and looked after the well-being of his people. Religion comes third. These are the benchmarks on which I want to compare Shivaji. But with whom should I compare him? Where is that yardstick? View all 7 comments. Nov 29, Santosh rated it it was amazing. View 2 comments.

In fact, without compassion there is no humanity. Each gem I see here reminds me of my gems in war, my companions in each battle—be it Tanaji, Suryaji, Murarbaji, Prataprao or Pangera!

They far outshine the gems here. Not only does the book show the insights of the Great Shiv 'There is no religion without compassion.

Not only does the book show the insights of the Great Shivaji but also includes life's of the brave soldiers like Tanaji and many more who fought till their last breath to protect their land and people.

For trying to include every detail of Shivaji Maharajah- Childhood - personal life - warfare A must read for anyone who wants to know more about Shivaji.

Thanks Ashish Iyer for recommending this. Jul 07, Apoorv Moghe rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is one thrilling ride.. Deewjbieeyeeo Je yeNneCehetj uegues. MesJeer mJele:ner ner keuhevee ceeve kesueer.

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On this background it was very difficult to portray Shivaji as perfect as possible Desai had realised his responsiblity. He has pictured Shivaji metaculously in this novel.

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Third thing that changed with Shivaji was trust shown in adversaries.