Coherent Identifier About this item: 20.500.12592/jf8664

A History of the Mahrattas

1826

Premium

Summary

A HISTORY OF THE MAHRATTAS11 the source file is missing111 the source file is missingiv the source file is missingV the source file is missingvi the source file is missingvii the source file is missingviii the source file is missingix the source file is missingx the source file is missingxi the source file is missingxii the source file is missingthe source file is missingxiv the source file is mis [...] —Conduct of the Mysore government acting on the suggestions of Hydcr Ally.—Designs of the Peishwa on Bednore and Mysore— prevented by affairs of the Hyderabad court.—Plot for effecting a revolution and expelling the French—particulars of that cospiracy and of the circumstances connected with it.—Murder of Hyder Jung.—Death of Shah Nuwaz Khan.—Flight of Nizam Ally to Burhanpoor.—Bussy recalled [...] THE ORIGIN OF THE MARATHAS The origin of the terms Maharashtra' and Maratha' Mahratta ' is still the subject of speculation nor is it yet clearly determined whether the name of the Maratha people is derived from Maharashtra the country in which they dwelt or whether on the other hand the latter has derived its title from the leading tribes which inhabited it in early ages. [...] the country of the Mahars '—the degraded tribe or :lass which serves the villages of the Deccan as watchmen guides and scavengers.' The accepted derivation of Gujarat from Cujar-rashtra the coantry of the Gujars ' and of Sorath from Saurashtra the country of the Sauras ' doe:: not assist in solving the problem. [...]. The terms Mahratta " and " Kunbi " are synonymous ; the educated and well.to-do portion of the community styles itself (as) Mahrattas while the ignorant and the rural passel under the name' Kunbi though the former is akin to the latter as members of the same caste.' 2 The second deduction that the Maratlitis represent or are mainly descended from the aborigines of MaluirtIshtra seems

Title Pages Author/Editor
Introduction i-lxxxv unknown

View

Author’s Preface to the First Volume of the Original Edition lxxxvi-xcii unknown

View

Preliminary Observations Repeuting the Geography Chief Features Climate People Religion Learning Early HIstory and Institutions of the Mahratta Country 1-39 unknown

View

Chapter I. from A.D. 1000to A.D. 1478 40-56 unknown

View

Chapter II. from A.D. 1478 to A.D. 1637 57-93 unknown

View

Chapter III. from A.D. 1637 to A.D. 1648 94-107 unknown

View

Chapter IV. from A.D. 1648 to A.D. 1657 108-126 unknown

View

Chapter V. from A.D. 1657 to A.D. 1662 127-149 unknown

View

Chapter VI. from A.D. 1662 to A.D. 1667 150-171 unknown

View

Chapter VII. from A.D. 1667 to A.D. 1669 172-186 unknown

View

Chapter VIII. from A.D. 1670 to A.D. 1676 187-210 unknown

View

Chapter IX. from A.D. 1676 to A.D. 1680 211-234 unknown

View

Chapter X. from A.D. 1680 to A.D. 1689 235-277 unknown

View

Chapter XI. from A.D. 1689 to A.D. 1707 278-311 unknown

View

Chapter XII. from A.D. 1707 to A.D. 1720 312-346 unknown

View

Chapter XIII. from A.D. 1720 to A.D. 1726 347-367 unknown

View

Chapter XIV. from A.D. 1727 to A.D. 1734 368-382 unknown

View

Chapter XV. from A.D. 1734 to A.D. 1739 383-405 unknown

View

Chapter XVI. from A.D. 1739 to A.D. 1740 406-419 unknown

View

Chapter XVII. from A.D. 1740 to A.D. 1749 420-444 unknown

View

Chapter XVIII. from A.D. 1750 to A.D. 1754 445-475 unknown

View

Chapter XIX. from A.D. 1755 to A.D. 1756 476-490 unknown

View

Chapter XX. from A.D. 1756 to A.D. 1760 491-509 unknown

View

Chapter XXI. from A.D. 1760 to A.D. 1761 510-532 unknown

View

Chapter XXII. from A.D. 1761 to A.D. 1766 533-550 unknown

View

Chapter XXIII. from A.D. 1766 to A.D. 1772 551-585 unknown

View

Backmatter i-i unknown

View

Tags

history

Pages
678
SARF Document ID
sarf.145081

Topics