Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, who was gifted with utmost aptitude and a plain visualization, alone challenged the injustice. He also possessed a stimulating and attractive character which instinctively brought him respect and devotion.
Chatrapati Shivaji was the well-known Maratha king who possessed the greatest valor to endure against the immense ocean of Mughal rule. Mother’s wisdom, father’s effort and a dignity in the mother country instilled in the young Shivaji his initial accomplishment as a talented soldier and leader.
Chatrapati Shivaji is distinguished for his bravery to confront the grand Mughal Empire, at that time ruled by Aurangzeb. Aurangzebs efforts to seize nearly all the forts and territories did not bring him much success owing to Shivaji’s intellectual leadership character and revolutionary strategy.
Shivajis most important burst through came with Battle of Pratapgarh in opposition to Afzal Khan, the general of the Sultanate of Bijapur. His victory over this battle made him a hero of the Marathas at once. He was successful at this battle by way of absolute planning, pace and outstanding leadership ship. This victory was followed by various other encounters against the Sultanate of Bijapur.
Maharashtra was full of grief, vulnerability, pain and disgrace under the domination of the Muslims. It was Shivaji who made his people aware of the Muslim domination, suffering and ill-treatment upon their mother country. He made his people realize and to take revenge against the wrong. His name is matched up to famous rulers like Napoleon, Julius Caesar and the Swedish King Gustavus Adolphus. Shivaji was a king who was impartial and sympathetic and exhibited acceptance for all communities and languages.