||Shivaji defeated the Mughals in the battle of –
||When was Shivaji born and when did he assume the title of Chhatrapati?
||Who was the commander who was sent by the Sultan of Bijapur for the repression of Shivaji in 1659?
||In which city was Shivaji in captivity when he escaped from the custody of the Mughals?
||Where was the capital of Shivaji?
||Which coins was NOT a silver coin in the Kingdom of Chhatrapati Shivaji?
||Where was Shivaji formally crowned as Chhatrapati?
||What was the name of Shivaji’s Guru?
||Who established Ashta Pradhan?
||Ashtapradhan was a Council of Ministers –
||In the Maratha administration
||‘Ashta Pradhan’ was helping in the Administration of which ruler?
||At the time of Shivaji, the post of ‘Sarnobat’ was related with –
||The member of Shivaji’s Ashtapradhan who looked after foreign affairs was –
||During the reign of Shivaji, the foreign minister was known as –
||“Ashtapradhan” -a Council of Ministers helped in the discharge of State affairs to –
||Who streamlined the Maratha administration after Shambhaji?
||The Maratha King became a non-entity and the Peshwa, the virtual ruler from the time of –
||At the time of Aurangzeb’s death, the Maratha leadership was in the hands of?
||Which Maratha women led struggles against the Mughal Empire from 1700 A.D. onwards?
||The Saranzami system was related to –
||Land revenue system of Maratha
||The Maratha claim of revenue for protection is known by what name?
||A historian witness to the third battle of Panipat. Who was he?
||What was the immediate reason for Ahmad Shah Abdali to invade India and fight the Third Battle of Panipat?
He wanted to avenge the expulsion of his Viceroy Timur Shah from Lahore by Marathas
||In the Third Battle of Panipat, Marathas were defeated by –
||When was the 3rd Battle of Panipat fought?
||14 January 1761
||The Third Battle of Panipat was fought between –
||Marathas and Ahmad Shah Abdali
||The Third Battle of Panipat was fought in the year –
||Which Rohilla’s Chief was the confidant of Ahmad Shah Abdali?
||The ‘Modi script’ was employed in the documents of the –