Valiant Hindu Kings
Chatrapati Shivaji Raje was entirely nurtured by Rajmata Jijabai to fight the enemies who were obstructing the Establishment of Hindavi Swarajya (Hindu Empire)
Budelkhand Kesri Maharaja Chhatrasal (4 May 1649 â€“ 20 December 1731), was a Bundeli warrior who chose to turn against the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and seek to establish his own kingdom in Bundelkhand.
Punyashlok Rajmata Devi Ahilyabai Holkar (31 May 1725-13 August 1795) also known as the Philosopher Queen was a Holkar dynasty Queen of the Malwa kingdom, India.
Maharana Pratap Singh, is a name worth remembering to begin oneâ€™s day with. His name is engraved with gold among the list of valiant kings who protected the Nation, Dharma, Culture and Freedom of this country by sacrificing his life !
Bajirao Peshwa was one of the greatest warriors and protectors of Hindu Dharma in the History of Bharat in the 18th century. Hindu Kingdom was expanded in India under his supremacy.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj founded the Hindu Kingdom (circa 1647 AD) in the Deccan against all odds, fighting against the mighty Mughals. He inspired and united the masses to fight the tyranny of Mughal ruler Aurangzeb, by inculcating a sense of pride and nationality in them.
Hindu Dharma has a glorious past of Righteous kings who personified fearlessness and valour. Hindu kings were devoted to Righteousness and were always keen on the all round progress of their people.
Shivaji Maharaj is a principle of effulgence, rather a divine inspiration. He is certainly not human, he is God. Shivaji Maharaj is a Primal God who took birth in a divine and pure culture. In history, no other religion has produced such an immaculate personality.
On the 13th day (Trayodash?) of the first fortnight of the month of 'Jy?sh?ha' as per the Hindu calendar, in the year 1596, the coronation ceremony was held to enthrone Punyashlok Chhatrapati Shivaji Mah?r?j as the King of Hindavi Swaraj. The grand function took place atop the 5,000-ft high Raigad fort in Maharashtra. He became thereafter a full-fledged Chhatrapati - a Hindu emperor in his own right.
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