Deccan Policy of Aurangzeb

Shivaji’s first struggle with the Mughals was 1656 AD. Then it started when Shivaji attacked Ahmednagar and Junnar Fort.

Aurangzeb in 1660 AD In the south of Mughal subedar Shaista Khan sent to invade Shivaji. Shaista Khan took over the forts of Poona, Shivpura and Chakan.

1663 AD In Shivaji, secretly attacked the castle of Shaista Khan at Poona in night. Shaista Khan barely escaped his life, but his thumb was cut off.

Aurangzeb in 1665 AD Jai Singh sent against Shivaji. Jai Singh defeated him on June 22, 1665. Forcing the Purandar to make a treaty.

As a result of the Treaty of Purandar, Shivaji was handed over to his Mughals with four lakhs of rupees, and promised to help the Mughals against Bijapur.

Purandar’s treaty was the personal victory of Jaisingh. He made a treaty with Shivaji under diplomacy, because it was necessary to have a friendship with Shivaji to win Bijapur.

Under the terms of the Treaty of Purandar, in the Shambhaji Mughal court, to give Panchahjari to the mosque, to give rise to the jagir, and Shivaji to be present in the Mughal court.

May 22, 1666 AD In the Shivaji Agra Fort, were present in the the Junkies common . Here, Shivaji was imprisoned and kept in Jaipur Bhawan. From where he escaped secretly.

After Shivaji’s death, his son Shambhaji continued the struggle with the Mughals, but due to inadequacy, his minister was captured in 1689 AD and the reason was 1689 AD. Shambhaji was killed in.

1690 AD Until the Mughal empire was on its climax, which spread from Kabul to Chittagong and from Kashmir to the Kaveri river.

After the death of Shambhaji, the struggle continued with the Mughals of the Marathas under the leadership of his half brother Rajaram, who is famous for the freedom struggle in Maratha history.