Friday, February 18, 2011

Shivaji and the rebirth of a Nation by Rakesh Krishnan Simha

feb 18th, 2011

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From: sanjeev nayyar


Shivaji was a military genius who built an empire from scratch but it is for sparking a national revival that he should be remembered.


Shivaji, the Maratha warrior who established a modern and powerful Hindu kingdom in south-western India from 1642-1680, is undoubtedly the greatest Indian of the modern era. To understand Shivaji’s importance in Indian history, especially his role in rekindling the spirit of Indian nationhood, one must recognise that he built his empire against impossible odds.

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Rakesh Krishnan Simha is  a features writer at New Zealand’s leading media house. Email feedback to author


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Sanjeev Nayyar
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1 comment:

Mohan said...

Very nice article Rajeev Sir.
Thanks for putting this.