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Ranjit Desai for his great literary work. Sandeep babar writes on Thu Nov 26 Ani toch pude hiduncha rakshankarta zala. Hinduncha pahila raja mhanun raygadavar sakarlelya 32 mani soneri sinhasanavar stanapann houn hinduna 1 adhar dila ki bas ata dakkhan ani swarajya he aplech ahe. Shapat ghetli ki hi rayat mhanje amchi lekure. Amhi hicha potchya porapramane sambhal karu.
Ani aaj varshanatar hi mazya rajachi janmanusanchamadhe ji pratima ahe tila pahun ajun pan kutri ghabartat. This is not book or Kadambari,this is immortal gift for all peoples. Hindu hruday samrat Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharajana manacha mujara. Pawar writes on Tue Aug 18 Great book I read three times Kishor Baban Thosar writes on Sat Jul 25 One of awesome and memorible book which i read in my life Hats off for you Ranjit Desai Sir.
Jay Jijau.. Jay Shivray.. Dharmaveer sambhaji maharaj ki jayyy!!! Wande mataram..!!! Saurabh mayekar writes on Fri Jul 24 Kadambari chhan aahe pn sambhaji raje baddal etake vait ka bollay.. He kalat nahi ka.? Aani lekhak Mazyakade more than kgs one side papers ahet. Anybody can help me for this. Paper can be reusable. Please contact me on shindeyash2 gmail.
Vaibhav shewale karadkar writes on Sat Jun 20 Sachin writes on Thu Jan 29 Samir Virkar writes on Sun Jan 25 Book chan ahe Pravin Kadam writes on Wed Sep 17 Shreeman Yogi pustakane barach kahi shikavale mala. Sonia writes on Thu Aug 21 I have read Raja Shiv Chatrapati and loved it.
But one of my frnd has insisted dat I read this too. After reading all des comments I am more than eager and shall order the book right away.
Thank u all dushyant writes on Thu May 1 Marathi sahityatil ek anmol theva sarvani vachavi ashi kadambari. Mahendra writes on Sat Apr 26 Khupch chan.
Pratyekane ekda tari wachaw ase pustak. Shivaji maharaj he mahan hote he saglyana ch mahit ahe, pan te ka mahan hote te he pustak wachal ki samajt … Abhijeet writes on Thu Mar 20 Excellent History of Extraordinary person described very well.
One gets into it when we start reading the book. We can feel the narration! Rajesh Kunte writes on Wed Mar 19 I am reading this book since I have 2 sets of books with me.
It is thrilling to read the book. I read the book so many times that even i can not count. There are 3 lead characters in whole book. Shivaji Maharaj. For me the character of Moropant is also equally important.
I feel very fortunate to be able to read this book in my life. This book is very useful for students teachers and scholar who interest in shivaji maharaj ashoka t.
Khup chan aahe pawar priyanka machindra writes on Thu Jan 30 Umesh writes on Fri Jan 10 Very good Novel. Laxman Sondwalkar writes on Wed Jul 12 More writes on Wed Jun 7 Laxman sodanwar writes on Sat Apr 1 Write your comments on the book here and click on "Add My Comments".
Balasaheb Purandare writes on Wed Mar 1 Hello Koni Tari yha pustakache Audio version ka nahi kaadat? We are seeing so much controversy about Brahmin Marathi historians like Purandare and people are questioning their authencity. Why can't some of this Virodhis come togheter and create an audio version of non brahmin historian like Ranjit Desai and popularise this book.
Sandeep C. Shinde writes on Fri Feb 24 Atishay Sundar,he shabdcha apure padtil. Shivaji Maharaj dolyansamor ube thaktat. Kuthe tri mavlyanmadhe aapanhi ube aahot aani to itihas dolyasamor ghadt aahe ase anubhavle. Annonymous writes on Wed Feb 22 Gaurav Hombali writes on Sun Dec 25 This is the link for the Indian translation - http: Hi Is this book available in English? If anyone has information please email me Nilesh Sakpal writes on Sun Sep 25 The only thing that remained ananswered while reading this book is that nowhere Mr.
Its long research that has been done, though its difficult to have exact date but a range or approximate dates will make this novel more lively. It is just a suggestion which left in my mind while reading.
No doubt we all are thankful to Mr. Desai for writing this. It brings the change in your vision perspective, and attitude. Has any body visited the region of shayadri and mahabaleshwar, I hope many of you might. If yes, I would suggest that one should read this novel and again should visit to any of the places and just fell the difference in you vision towards the beauty of nature. In all I just wanted to say the novel is so marvellous that it will fill colours in your vision to see this world more colourful.
Another importance of this novel is it as good as GEETA because it will teach you and guide you many things which are essential for a person to stand firm in storms, lead and grow great in your life with ethics and morals. Any way there are many thing which i want the reader to enjoy with the reading of the novel Jai Maharashtra Chandrakant Ghanekar writes on Mon Jun 27 The author has taken great efforts to write this great epic.
I think Ranjit Desai is one of the best kadambarikaar. I have read this book twice. Undoubtedly Shivaji Raje was a Yugpurush. The language used in the book is simple and easy to understand. Some of the incidents are written in such a great way that it takes you in the scene. Even after completion of four decades the book is one of best in the marathi lit. Pravin writes on Tue May 3 This book is too good to describe in words. The flow of the language is griping. One gets involved as if it were really happening in front of ones eyes.
Ranjit Desai has created a classic of it. Aniket writes on Thu Apr 21 Took my breath away I remember me n my frndz talkin endlessly about maharaj after reading this book Piyush Pandya writes on Wed Apr 13 I have read both books i. Both this are books are on their own height. So, you can not compare the same. 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. 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. 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. 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.
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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.
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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.. What is the most charming facet of the book is its sensitivity. The way Ranjit Desai handles his pen is definitely as worthy as how the great Shivaji would have had handled his mighty sword.
This is an ode to the magnum-opus called Shivaji, not just as a king and a warrior but also as a person! If you have been desperate to read about Shivaji and had trouble reading refined Marathi then this might be your best hope. This is not really a biography but more a dramatized presentation of Shivaji's life.
I have enjoyed reading this book, mostly because I had wanted to read about him for a long time. If you are well conversant with Marathi then you should read the original "Shrimanyogi" by Ranjit Desai. This book is a translation and doesn't really live up to the original book. The translati If you have been desperate to read about Shivaji and had trouble reading refined Marathi then this might be your best hope.
The translation was laborious and often I could imagine the original Marathi sentences that the translator was translating. I believe the Dr Katamble should have maintained the spirit of book instead of trying to emulate the sentence structure and Marathi idioms Mr Ranjit Desai used.
For e. When that is literally translated it means to "view the god". This is a very naive way of expressing it. After all the idioms in Marathi would be quite different from idioms in English. Apart from these occasional issues, the translation is rather well done. After I started reading this book, I came to know about Jadhunath Sarkar's book, "Shivaji and his times. View 1 comment. Aug 30, Shweta rated it it was amazing Shelves: Heart touching saga of the great Maratha Warrior.
A must read for every history lover. View all 3 comments. Jan 27, Vijay Rayasam rated it it was amazing Shelves: I recently completed reading this book. I found it very beautiful and more importantly the feelings erupt from us while reading it. The discriptions made in this book are amazing and will definately make you cry. While reading we can actually imagine the entire scene running in front of our eyes.
Another important feature is being a non maharshtrian i could read and understand the language, so the language used by the author is very simple. So my request to those people who are non maharashtrian I recently completed reading this book. So my request to those people who are non maharashtrians but can read and understand marathi should take marathi version because i feel it will give you the feel more than any other language.
Aug 30, Nitin Kulkarni rated it it was amazing. Aug 14, Rahul rated it it was amazing. This book inspired me in my tough times of life Feb 01, Varad rated it it was amazing. This book is a source of inspiration, a source of positivity. You will learn a lot. Desai sir has written extremely well and in very easy language to understand anyone Really this is a book I will advise anyone to read.
Aug 14, Tejas Phaltankar rated it it was amazing. Apr 19, Shrirang Deshpande rated it it was amazing. Very fantastic journey of shivaji maharaj. Jun 16, SAM rated it it was amazing Shelves: Feb 10, Sagar Mujumdar rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mar 29, Dhananjay Doke rated it it was amazing.
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The fascinating story of great maratha king Basically the story of Shivaji Raja is fascinating and inspiring, and the words of author have made it not only readable but one can feel it from the bottom of heart. I won't comment about reality of history, but as a art piece book is at its best. Every marathi heart will have tears in eyes at the end of book is my surety. Loved the art of author. Jan 06, Santosh Rangapure rated it it was amazing.
Nov 27, Suyash rated it it was amazing Shelves: Best book available on Shivaji Maharaj. Vaachtana rakta usalta. Proud feel hota. So inspirational. Khup mast. Jan 03, Er Mahesh rated it it was amazing. Every Indian, if not at least every Maharashtrian should read this book. Feb 21, Upadwyapi rated it it was amazing.
He created his own regiments of 40 thousand paid troops, in addition to about 70 thousand shilledars or hired troopers and an infantry of some 2 lacs, a treasure which could be counted by crores, choice jewelry and material provision of every indispensable article.
He plunged the most powerful Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb into an ocean of grief. Dec 23, Prathamesh Karbhari rated it it was amazing Shelves: Read It once in your life you will be know how the Shivaji Maharaj was suffered from the difficulties and how they are solved the difficulties with their talent and Love and War..
Dec 27, Yogesh Kamble rated it really liked it Shelves: One of the best book I ever read and after reading this book I truly understand Shivaji Maharaj and his Nature and how he build Maratha Empire. Each and every situation is very detailed explained by Ranjit Desai that shows how much research writer had made while writing this book. Book will properly explain how Shivaj One of the best book I ever read and after reading this book I truly understand Shivaji Maharaj and his Nature and how he build Maratha Empire.
Book will properly explain how Shivaji Maharaj as Maratha King think in every situation of his Life and that will also help in everyone's Personal Life.
Mar 31, Aniket Mahajani rated it really liked it Shelves: There are various books in marathi on Shivaji, no doubt his life is full of all thats required for a novel that there is hardly anyone who wont like to write about him Wonderful Journey through life of Shivaji Maharaj A fabulous read about life of Shivaji Maharaj, depicted with every minute detail of his personal life, warfare, his bonding with subordinates.
A must read for those who dont know much about the life of Shivaji Maharaj. Ranjit Desai has the nack of capturing the right essence of the scene just through powerful dialogues and words, and the whole appears live in front of the reader. Jul 15, Ankit Agarwal rated it really liked it.
Starts out a bit slow, but draws you in as the story progresses. Takes a pragmatic look at the life of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Doesn't potray him as a demigod but a human being who overcame tremendous odds to set an example for generations to come.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers Also Enjoyed. Trivia About Shriman Yogi.This book is not just a historical account of the life of Shivaji like many other books. This has always been the route of all the founders right from Chandragupta Maurya. One person found this helpful. He was religious without being fanatic, he was a believer, but not superstitious, he was courageous but not foolish.
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If anyone has information please email me Other Editions 8. He was not devout and pious enough to build temples and inns for the pilgrims while British were slowly swallowing India.
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