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Bombay and the Marathas Up to 1774, W.S. Desai

Author Name    W.S. Desai

Title   Bombay and the Marathas Up to 1774

Binding   Cloth

Book Condition   New

Jacket Condition   New

Edition   First Edition

Size   14 Cms x 22 Cms

Publisher   New Delhi, India Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd. 1970

ISBN    8121503574 / 9788121503570

Seller ID   013485

This work, based on original sources, throws considerable light on a period of Indo-British History the importance of which has not been hitherto adequately appreciated. It presents the growing power of Bombay under the East India Company; so that from being merely Traders, within less than a century of acquisition of the Island from their King Charles II, the Governor-in-Council seconded by the Directors were in a position to enlarge their territory at the expense of the Maratha power. The Traders had a healthy respect for the great Shivaji, and courted the friendship of his two successors, Shambhaji and Rajaram. The Marathas under the Peshwas were no mean power; but they were fully engaged on the mainland" at first fighting the Moghul Emperor for very existence, later busy expanding their empire in all directions, and still later fighting the Nizam, the Siddis, and Haider Ali of Mysore. The debacle at Panipat (1761) was psychologically a crippling blow. This was the opportunity for Bombay to expand the Presidency at first on a comparatively small scale towards the north in Salsette, Surat, etc., and also in the neighbouring islands. There is clear indication that Maratha weakness in the later dealings with the growing English power lay in their antiquated military and naval appointments. In spite of the achievements of the great Peshwas and their able fighting Generals, the internal jealousies and ambitions of the members of the house of the later Peshwas ultimately brought about their fall. No wonder, by the beginning of the 19th century the British were able to establish themselves as heirs to the Maratha Empire. Printed Pages: 264 with 1 map.

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