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Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Wallpaper 1.0 APK

  • Version: 1.0
  • File size: 8.37MB
  • Requires: Android 4.0.3+
  • Package Name: com.omkar.chhatrapatishivajimaharajwallpaper
  • Developer: Omkar Kumbhakarna
  • Updated: February 11, 2018
  • Price: Free
  • Rate 4.70 stars – based on 54 reviews
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We provide Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Wallpaper 1.0 APK file for Android 4.0.3+ and up. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Wallpaper is a free Art & Design app. It's easy to download and install to your mobile phone.
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Shivaji Bhonsle (Marathi c. 1627/1630[1] – 3 April 1680) was an Indian warrior king and a member of the Bhonsle Maratha clan. Shivaji carved out an enclave from the declining Adilshahi sultanate of Bijapur that formed the genesis of the Maratha Empire. In 1674, he was formally crowned as the Chhatrapati (Monarch) of his realm at Raigad.

Shivaji established a competent and progressive civil rule with the help of a disciplined military and well-structured administrative organisations. He innovated military tactics, pioneering unconventional methods which leveraged strategic factors like geography, speed, and surprise and focused pinpoint attacks to defeat his larger and more powerful enemies. He revived ancient Hindu political traditions and court conventions and promoted the usage of Marathi and Sanskrit, rather than Persian, in court and administration.

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