Important Facts About The Politics in Maharashtra
With the Khilji dynasty in the 14th C Islamic rule came to the area. The...
persecuted for hundreds. Mainstream leaders like Gandhi, Dr. Ambedkar
disagreed with them on issues including untouchabili...
Pawar, Shankarrao Chavan, and Vilasrao Deshmukh. Unchallenged
supremacy of the political landscape the party enjoyed.
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Important Facts About The Politics in Maharashtra

With the Khilji dynasty in the 14th C Islamic rule came to the area. The Khiljis was followed by the Tughlaq Dynasty tried to shift their capital Delhi to Daulatabad with disastrous results
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  • 1. Important Facts About The Politics in Maharashtra With the Khilji dynasty in the 14th C Islamic rule came to the area. The Khiljis was followed by the Tughlaq Dynasty tried to shift their capital Delhi to Daulatabad with disastrous results. The Bahamani Sultanate, Adilshahi of Bijapur, the Nizamshahi of Ahmadnagar andthe Qutubshahi of Govalkonda later in 15th century ruled numerous parts of the region until the second half of 17th Century they were either swallowed by the emerging Maratha forces or by the Moghul empire. Against the Marathas, there was an exhausting 27 years of war. The death of Aurangzeb in 1707 led to the sudden decline of the Moghul empire. The Marathas used up lots of the subcontinent in the succeeding decades and the power vacuum filled rapidly under the leadership of the Peshwas. Citations to the Marathas and their nation are found in reckon by the Arab geographer, Friar Jordanus (c.1326), Ibn Batuta (1340), and Al Biruni (1030 AD), the African traveler. In the 17th century under Shivaji the Marathas came into political importance. Under its rule during the 18th Century, The British East India Company slowly extended its rule to many areas. From the center of the 17th century to the early 19th century the Marathas controlled the political scene in Maharashtra. In reality the word 'Maratha' means the distinct, Although for historical purposes, it is used in the exhaustive sense to include all Marathi-speaking people. The first Law Minister of India, Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, was an academic scholar with a number of doctorates and championed the drive of the Depressed Classes of India, the bottom caste population who were
  • 2. persecuted for hundreds. Mainstream leaders like Gandhi, Dr. Ambedkar disagreed with them on issues including untouchability, Partition of India and government system. This did not preclude him from contending for the rights of his associate among the bottom castes of the nation. His leadership of Depressed Classes or Dalit, lead to the Dalit movement. In writing the constitution of India Dr. Ambedkar most importantly adopted the pivotal role, therefore he is considered as the father of the Indian Constitution. Most of Maharashtra's political history after India's independence was dominated by the Indian National Congress party. It became a stronghold of the Congress party producing Maharashtra politicians such as Vasantdada Patil, Vasantrao Naik, Yashwantrao Chavan, Sharad
  • 3. Pawar, Shankarrao Chavan, and Vilasrao Deshmukh. Unchallenged supremacy of the political landscape the party enjoyed. This would also involve individuals whom a large number of people know and it is not because of their popularity in the nation or region.neither the list is observed from the reference of the present.Their fame could be brief, what counts is that they were well known during the apex of their popularity. This list also lets in people who are naturalized and from naturalized. Maharashtra politicians have changed the face of politics in modern times. You can check the list of Marathi people that are notable online. This will also include a list of celebrated and famous Maharashtra politicians in India.

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