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The Empire at its peak stretched from northern Tamil Nadu in the south, to Peshawar (modern-day Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) Pune, under the Peshwa, became the imperial seat with envoys, ambassadors, and royals coming in from far and near.
However, after the Third battle of Panipat, in which the Marathas were defeated by Ahmed Shah Abdali, the Empire broke up into many independent kingdoms.
In 1707, upon the death of Aurangzeb, the War of 27 years between the much weakened Mughals and Marathas came to an end.
Shahu, the grandson of Shivaji, with the help of capable Maratha administrators and generals such as the Peshwa Balaji Vishwanath and his descendants, saw the greatest expansion of Maratha power.
तिने होकार दिल्यावर तुम्ही तिला आवडता हे जवळ जवळ निश्चितच झाल्यात जमा आहे. चॅटिंगची वेळ तिला आवडेल अशी असावी हे वेगळं सांगण्याची गरज नाही. जेणेकरून वातावरण हलकं फुलकं आणि गप्पीष्ट असल्याचं तुमच्या वागण्यातून जाणवू द्या. मोहक आणि हजरजबाबी रहा मुली त्या मुलांसोबत त्या व्यक्तींसोबत जास्त वेळ घालवतात ज्यांच्यासोबत त्या स्वतःला सुरक्षित समजतात. तिच्या चेहऱ्यावर हसू येईल किंवा ती हसेल तिला आवडतील असे जोक्स केल्याने तिचा मुड फ्रेश राहिल.
However, the mainly Hindu population and their Islamic rulers came to an accommodation over time.
Surnames derived from service during that period such as Fadnis, Chitnis, Mirasdar etc. Other important religious figures of this era were Narsimha Saraswati, and Mahanubhava sect founder, Chakradhar Swami All of them used Marathi language rather than Sanskrit for their devotional and philosophical compositions.
The decline of Islamic rule in Deccan started when Shivaji (1630-1680) founded the Maratha Empire by annexing a portion of the Bijapur Sultanate.
Shivaji later led rebellions against the Mughal rule, thus becoming a symbol of Hindu resistance and self-rule.
In the mid-17th century, Shivaji Maharaj (1630–1680) founded the Maratha Empire by conquering the Desh and the Konkan region from the Adilshahi, and established Hindavi Swaraj ('self-rule of Hindu people').