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Shahaji Bhosle (c. 1594–1664) was a military leader of 17th century India, who served the Ahmadnagar Sultanate, the Bijapur Sultanate, and the Mughal Empire at various points in his career. A member of the Bhonsle clan, Shahaji inherited the Pune and Supe jagirs (fiefs) from his father Maloji, who served Ahmadnagar. During the Mughal invasion of Deccan, he joined the Mughal forces and served Emperor Shah Jahan for a brief period. After being deprived of his jagirs, he defected to the Bijapur Sultanate in 1632 and regained control over Pune and Supe. In 1638, he also received the jagir of Bangalore, after Bijapur's invasion of Kempe Gowda III's territories. He eventually became the chief general of Bijapur and oversaw its expansion.

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  • Shahji of Shahaji Bhonsle (1594 - Channagiri, 23 januari 1663) was een Maratha-huurling en -deshmukh, die vooral bekend is als vader van de Maratha-vorst Shivaji. Shahji veroverde in de restanten van het sultanaat Ahmednagar een gebied dat hij voor enkele jaren regeerde in naam van een marionettensultan. Later vocht hij als legeraanvoerder voor het sultanaat Bijapur.
  • Shahaji Bhosle (c. 1594–1664) was a military leader of 17th century India, who served the Ahmadnagar Sultanate, the Bijapur Sultanate, and the Mughal Empire at various points in his career. A member of the Bhonsle clan, Shahaji inherited the Pune and Supe jagirs (fiefs) from his father Maloji, who served Ahmadnagar. During the Mughal invasion of Deccan, he joined the Mughal forces and served Emperor Shah Jahan for a brief period. After being deprived of his jagirs, he defected to the Bijapur Sultanate in 1632 and regained control over Pune and Supe. In 1638, he also received the jagir of Bangalore, after Bijapur's invasion of Kempe Gowda III's territories. He eventually became the chief general of Bijapur and oversaw its expansion.
  • Shahaji Bhonsle, también conocido como Shahaji (18 de marzo de 1594/1602 - 23 de enero de 1664) era hijo de Raja de Verul y general en la corte de , sultán de Bijapur. Shahaji heredó a los Pune y jagirs, bajo el . Durante la invasión Mughal de la , se unió a las fuerzas de Mughal y sirvió al emperador Shah Jahan durante un breve período. Después de ser privado de sus jagirs, desertó al Sultanato de Bijapur en 1632 y recuperó el control sobre Pune y Supe. En 1638, también recibió el jagir de Bangalore, después de la invasión de Bijapur de los territorios de Kempe Gowda III. Eventualmente se convirtió en el jefe general de Bijapur y supervisó su expansión.​
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  • Shahaji
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  • Hodigere near Channagiri, Davanagere district
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  • c. 1602
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  • A painting of Shahaji
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  • Jagirdar of Bangalore in Bijapur Sultanate
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  • Shahaji Bhosle (c. 1594–1664) was a military leader of 17th century India, who served the Ahmadnagar Sultanate, the Bijapur Sultanate, and the Mughal Empire at various points in his career. A member of the Bhonsle clan, Shahaji inherited the Pune and Supe jagirs (fiefs) from his father Maloji, who served Ahmadnagar. During the Mughal invasion of Deccan, he joined the Mughal forces and served Emperor Shah Jahan for a brief period. After being deprived of his jagirs, he defected to the Bijapur Sultanate in 1632 and regained control over Pune and Supe. In 1638, he also received the jagir of Bangalore, after Bijapur's invasion of Kempe Gowda III's territories. He eventually became the chief general of Bijapur and oversaw its expansion. An early exponent of guerrilla warfare, he brought the house of Bhonsle into prominence. He was father of Shivaji, the founder of Maratha Empire. The princely states of Tanjore, Kolhapur, and Satara are also Bhonsle legacies.
  • Shahaji Bhonsle, también conocido como Shahaji (18 de marzo de 1594/1602 - 23 de enero de 1664) era hijo de Raja de Verul y general en la corte de , sultán de Bijapur. Shahaji heredó a los Pune y jagirs, bajo el . Durante la invasión Mughal de la , se unió a las fuerzas de Mughal y sirvió al emperador Shah Jahan durante un breve período. Después de ser privado de sus jagirs, desertó al Sultanato de Bijapur en 1632 y recuperó el control sobre Pune y Supe. En 1638, también recibió el jagir de Bangalore, después de la invasión de Bijapur de los territorios de Kempe Gowda III. Eventualmente se convirtió en el jefe general de Bijapur y supervisó su expansión.​ Fue un temprano exponente de la guerra de guerrillas, trajo la fama a la casa de Bhonsle. Fue padre de Chhatrapati Shivaji, fundador del Imperio Maratha. Los estados principescos de , Kolhapur y también son legados de Bhonsle.
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