Marathas

Some articles on maratha, marathas:

Mohite (clan)
... They are also found in other regions of Maratha presence such as Nagpur, Baroda, Gwalior, Satara, and Kolhapur and some other parts of India ... The word mohite means "brave, "Maratha community is made of 60 Somvanshi and 36 Suryavanshi clans Thus the total number of clans of Marathas is 96 ... and they have close loop with Rajastan RajGharana There are five Royal Clans in Marathas namely Bhosale,Mohite,Jadhavrao,Angre and Garud etc ...
Bhoite - Origin
... Samartha states Bhoites are Suryavanshi clan of Marathas ... proved that Bhoites are of Suryavanshi Marathas ... Bhoite and Bhosale branches of Marathas descended through same historical lineages ...
Sadashivrao Bhau - Third Battle of Panipat
... Both groups were supplied with munitions by the Maratha empire ... Before this, Durrani had formed an alliance against the Marathas with other Rohilla chieftains principally Najib-ul-Daula, the Nawab of Awadh Shuja-ud-Daula ... Rajputs supported Abdali as Marathas ruled most of North India, Marathas used to collect tribute from Rajputana, had a huge say in their internal and political matters ...
Maratha
... The Maratha (, archaically transliterated as Marhatta or Mahratta) are an Indian warrior caste, found predominantly in the state of Maharashtra ... the Marathi-speaking region it describes the dominant Maratha caste historically, it describes the Maratha Empire founded by Shivaji in the seventeenth century and continued by his ... The Marathas primarily reside in the Indian states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, and Goa ...
Political History Of Mysore And Coorg (1565–1760) - Bijapur, Marathas, Mughals, 1636–1687
... They had also the help of a Maratha chieftain of western India, Shahaji Bhonsle, who was on the lookout for rewards of jagir land in the conquered territories, and whose son ... of Bijapur and Golconda, the latter famous for its diamond mines, as well as the burgeoning Maratha power of Shivaji ... quickly taken by the Mughals from the Marathas, was sold to the Wodeyar of Mysore for 3 lakh rupees ...