Shivaji Maharaj Death Anniversary: India narrates the tales of numerous kings who, in addition to being driven to dominate, were brave and whose exploits helped them earn the respect of their descendants. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was one of the governing figures. He was a Maratha king and one of the tyrants who sought to expel the Mughal Empire entirely from India. The great Maratha king passed away on 3 April 1680. 


The Powerful Ruler of India 

Chhatrapati Shivaji was a courageous and powerful king who cared for his people in addition to winning battles during the course of his reign. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was the one who organised a naval force. He positioned a detachment of naval officers around the beaches because he recognised the value of the Navy to the army. 


Battle of Pratapgarh 

Chhatrapati Shivaji battled with Mughal Afzal Khan in Pratapgarh. This conflict is what first brought Shivaji to public attention. Shivaji Maharaj was the most courageous Maratha monarch India had ever seen after winning this fight thanks to his abilities, strategy, and quick attacks. 


Shivaji Maharaj Military Tactics 

As Chhatrapati Shivaji confronted Aurangzeb, he once more displayed his valour and guerrilla tactics. Despite his efforts, Aurangzeb was unable to seize any of the forts that were in Chhatrapati Shivaji's control. The Hindu General Jai Singh that the emperor sent put a halt to Shivaji Maharaj's rise to power. Chhatrapati Shivaji is claimed to have fled from Agra and been captured by Aurangzeb before Shivaji Maharaj decided to converse with him. But, Shivaji Maharaj returned and used his cunning strategies to topple the government and win the war against the Mughals.


Tale of Bravery and Valour of Shivaji Maharaj 

Because of his bravery and capacity to shield them from dangers outside, Chhatrapati—which is Sanskrit for "Rulers of Kshatriyas"—was given that name by his subjects. Shahaji Raje, the Maratha regent, and his mother Jijabai gave birth to Chhatrapati Shivaji on February 19, 1680, in Shivneri Fort. When Chhatrapati Shivaji took control of the Torna Fort at the age of 16, there was no turning back. His bravery and desire to rule over India was not motivated by a desire to seize power, but rather by a desire to uphold the lessons of his mother Jijabai and the hardships of his father, who helped shape Chhatrapati Shivaji into the great warrior he became in order to defend his motherland. 

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was courageous and kind to his subjects. He delivered justice to everyone. The women received the utmost respect under his rule. If someone was caught treating women unfairly, they were punished.