Do the so-called stars get drunk in wine at night, they will tell us our true history. Describe the glory of the sun, should there be courage in the Zero Watt bulb? Can fake combat and false screen action match the real battle skills of those heroes?
Did the so-called star supporters see the heroic heroism of the fake parallel to be the real war of those brave warriors whose witnesses were themselves gods?
If not, you must also know that beyond the boundaries of those who have made a film about the Bajirao of the Marathas, the bravery, the battle, the sacrificial sacrifice, the sacrifice, the pride of the nation, who have given them a sense of humor on their motherland. To teach the separation of the head and not to the country taking the heads of the soldiers of their country to lure and dance to the values of Hindutva Never ever ridicule your films with your statements …
Today we are telling you about the great warrior Bajirao who had not only buried the Mughals on his sword in the land of India for the establishment of the Hindu Empire, but also forced the Portuguese to repent upon coming to India. A 2 Imagine the character and skill of that greatest warrior from the hour’s film, perhaps it would be foolish to be too stupid, even through those dancing singers who might have their own 2 Generally, you can not remember correctly.
Let us know that about the great warrior Bajirao, whose real estimate of bravery is probably not a matter of my own or anybody’s possessions, and the great warrior whose history is not respected by those so-called historians who are known for their sycophancy. The historians who had sold their pen and intellect only in one house. Bajirao was the great general of the Maratha empire. He was the eldest son of Balaji Vishwanath and Radhabai.
After the death of Balaji Vishwanath, King Shahu appointed him his second Peshwa (1720-1740 CE). Bajirao I was also known as ‘Bajirao Ballal’ and ‘Thorele Bajirao’. Bajirao I tried to spread the ideology of ‘Hindu Pada Pardhahi’ to expand the glory of the Hindu nation. Not only this, Bajirao I was a great politician and qualified commander.
He exhorted King Shahu to take advantage of the situation of the Mughal empire, saying, “Come, let us strike on the hollow stem of this old tree, the branches will fall on themselves. By our efforts Krishna, the signatory of Hinduism, From the river till the arrest, Shahu said: “Certainly you will plow it across the Himalayas. Of course you deserve the right father
King Shahu had separated himself from Raj-kaj and had done the work of the administration of the Maratha empire, Peshwa Bajirao first .. Not only that Bajirao I was considered the best in all nine Peshwas. Bajirao I had seen with his vision that the Mughal Empire was going to be disintegrated. That is why he had planned to establish ‘Hindu Padshahi’ in place of Mughal Empire with the help of Hindu Rajas outside the Maharashtra region.
For this purpose, he sent the Maratha forces to northern India, which would be the last strike on the root of the decadent Mughal empire. He invaded Malwa in 1723 AD and in 1724 AD, with the help of local Hindus, he won Gujarat. Bajirao I was not only a qualified soldier but a prudent politician. He experienced that the end of the Mughal empire is near and by getting the sympathy of the Hindu heroes, this situation can be well utilized to increase the power of the Marathas.
Due to being courageous and imaginative, he certainly created the policy of Maratha imperialism, which was first started by Peshwa. He initiated the policy of spreading across Narmada with the aim of striking at the center of the royal power. Therefore, he proposed to his master Shahu – “We should hurt the tree trunk, the branches will fall on their own.” Thus the flag of Marathas should be hoisted from Krishna to Sindhu. Many of Bajirao’s supporters did not support this policy.
He explained to him that it is proper to strengthen the Maratha power in the South before starting the victory in the North. But he persuaded his master to accept his qualification of northern expansion with strength and enthusiasm. In order to bring Hindu heroes together in one place and for their support, Bajirao preached the ‘Hindu Padshahi’ model.
By taking advantage of the civil war in Gujarat, the Marathas have established their rights in that prosperous province. Bajirao I first took the iron from the Nizam Nizamulmulk of the Deccan, which was creating division by the differences between the Marathas. On March 7, 1728, the Nizam suffered a severe defeat in the battle of Palkheda and was forced to join the ‘Mugi Shivangon’
Bajirao I had raided Delhi on March 29, 1737 for the demonstration of Maratha power. During his three-day stay in Delhi, Mughal emperor Muhammad Shah was ready to leave Delhi. In this way Bajirao was the first successful in attempts to prove the supremacy of Maratha power in North India. He had succeeded in snatching Basi and Salacit provinces from the Portuguese.
After Shivaji, Bajirao was the second such Maratha general in the first, who adopted the guerrilla war system. He is also known as ‘Ladaku Peshwa’. Today, Sudarshan family, repeatedly submitting to him the birth anniversary of that Veer sacrificial person, repeats the promise of eternal life forever in true form.