Today is Shivaji Jayanti. It was Shivaji Maharaj who defeated Abrahamic forces and sparked a Hindu revival in the 17th century, which ultimately liberated India from Islamic rule. It was not the English but the Marathas who ended Muslim rule in India.…

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Remember, it was war-- by Marathas, Sikhs and others-- that solved Mughals, not some offer-the-other-cheek, talk-talk, non-violent nonsense. Pakistan too understands only that language.
Very few may know when Vietnam was invaded by US their leaders discussed various ways to defend their homeland. Finally they settled for Shivaji Maharaj's guerilla warfare. Vietnamese leader visiting India goes to Raigad to pay homage to him. Because of him we remained Hindus.
It was based on his discourse with Satguru Sacha Patshah that Samarth Ramada encouraged Kshatriya Dharam for Marathas whereas he was pacifist prior to the encounter.
😊 jai shivaji maharaj. Muslim rule ended in india was collective effort of all hindu and sikh maharajas. Every single person despite of caste who fought against mughals are warriors.
Samarth Ramdas Shivajis mentor was inspired by his darshan of the 6th Sikh Guru Har Gobind Sahib Ji Maharaj during their encounter in Kashmir. Miri Piri Ka Malik.
Shivaji was a brave Warrior and worthy of respect and honour. Neither he nor the Marathas can claim to have defeated the Mughals however. That belongs to the Chotay Sahibzada of Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj. Without question.
Proud that Muslims never ruled anywhere in the present North-east India.
and Shivaji Maharaj was poisoned 😢
No Surprise! Where Muslim population becomes 50%, this is bound to happen. Today Pakistan, tomorrow something else. Get ready to hear more anti india slogans #PulwamaTerrorAttack
Least glorified hero of this country. 1000s of salutes to Maharaj 🙏🌺🙏
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