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Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. A bold attempt by the late author to dispel the myths surrounding shivaji created by those misusing his name.. Get A Copy. The main supporters of the "Chhatrapati" were farmers from various communities including Muslims. He is one in a series of murdered intellectuals:
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To him, Shivaji was a popular figure and a great hero not because he was a saviour of Hinduism. He was a Hindu but he was not an enemy of Islam. He was a Hindu who was almost a revolutionary in his thinking. When Hinduism regarded the ordinary low caste people as unworthy, Shivaji made them generals in his army. He gave equal respect to all irrespective of one's caste and religion. He had many Muslims in high position in his kingdom.
His army had a large chunk of Muslim soldiers. The punishment for crime was same for all. Even if a Brahmin committed a crime, he was not spared. That was the reason the ordinary folks admired him. They were ready to sacrifice their lives for him. Shivaji was for ordinary peasants and peasants in turn were for Shivaji. The people who had high position then were against Shivaji. But now they have rewritten history and adore him. They have used the history of Shivaji to divide the society.
Pansare rightly exposed them. Brought to light the real history of Shivaji.
A light read recommended for all Indians ready to fight the spread of Fundamentalist trends in India. Aug 31, Shinde rated it really liked it Shelves: They do a volte face and disguise themselves as bhakts followers. They distort, mutilate and corrupt the original ideas — and present this corrupted version as THE vision to a gullible public.
Nobody knows — or cares to know the difference.
It is an eerily chilly premonition. Did he anticipate his own end in the same fashion?
He takes down Shivaji from a temple sanctum — but places Maharaj on an even higher pedestal. Pansare draws parallels in current times. For every vatandar sytem that Maharaj tore down, today there are panchayats, MLAs, sugar barons , corporations sucking away public blood.
Pansare points out how the Shivaji glory has been throttled from pan Bharat to Maharashtra and then further down to Maharashtrian Hindus. His earliest army was sculpted from farmers and shepherds, his navy from fishermen and merchants; barbers like Jiva mahal Afzal Khan assassination and Shiva Panhala fort escape played a protective role while his chief spy Bahirji Naik belonged to Ramoshi caste.
Muslim converts like Nimbalkar and Netaji Palkar were embraced back, not ostracized. Pansare was dangerously close to an inconvenient truth. Of course they had to kill him. Or … have they? Maharaj still rules hearts and minds. The book is in its 4th edition and 45th reprint. Hope is still alive. Apr 07, Mahesh rated it really liked it. This is one of the mind boggling book that I've come across. The book shows how History can be true mirror and genesis of today's political gimmick.
A slap on the face of bigotry who are pandering the people in the name of pseudo-hindu-muslim theocracies. Glory to comrade Govind Pansare. Oct 13, Aamil Syed rated it it was amazing Shelves: Shivaji is a towering figure in the history of Maharashtra and perhaps the whole of India. As such, many right wing groups have tried to appropriate his history by turning the narrative of his stories towards a Hindu king vs Muslim invaders kind of story.
For many years that tactic has worked with the history of Shivaji being slowly rewritten to make him into a sort of demigod who fought for the Hindu religi Note: For many years that tactic has worked with the history of Shivaji being slowly rewritten to make him into a sort of demigod who fought for the Hindu religion.
This has actually reduced Shivaji into a regional and communal entity and has alienated Muslims who don't like him as they consider him an anti-muslim king. It has also simultaneously made Shivaji a darling of the right wing who use him as the poster boy for their divisive politics of hatred. That however, couldn't be further from the truth.
Shivaji, in fact, was a far more secular king than any of his time and for several hundred years to come and not anti-muslim at all. He was a true visionary who incorporated several socialist schemes for the welfare of his subjects, especially women and the weak, even before such a concept came into being.
He instituded several reforms in the daily administration of his kingdom and set up a system that ensured that there wouldn't be exploitation of the weak and the poor. He was quite intelligent and had a very good understanding of what his people wanted from their king.
He was also a brilliant military commander and tactician who did not care for the religion of his foes, but for their political motivations. And it's really surprising to see how conveniently those who paint him as an anti-muslim king, ignore the fact that he fought against many Hindu kings, allied with many Muslim kings and had several Muslims in important positions in his army, including his own bodyguard Madari Mehtar who gave up his life to help him escape from Agra.
But all his qualities apart, Shivaji was also a man of his time. He was superstitious too, as was the custom in those times. But he was not blindly religious and his zeal was more for the establishment of swaraj self-rule than for a Hindu Rashtra as the right wing groups would have you believe.
I really enjoyed this book.
Govind Pansare wrote it in a very conversational style that is easy to follow and very personal. But that doesn't mean it is not comprehensive. It is quite detailed and has several good anecdotes, including letters from and to Shivaji that help to dispel the myth about Shivaji and separate fact from fiction. This will be a good read for anyone who wants to know about who Shivaji truly was and what he stood for, especially for someone like me who was fed the usual limited glorified history and saffronized accounts of Shivaji that diminished his stature quite a bit in my mind.
Shivaji was a great king and his true story of greatness should be widely read. Additionally, while talking about the appropriation of Shivaji's history, Pansare also talks about Dnyaneshwar and Tukaram and they are interesting departures from the story of Shivaji. The focus of this book is basically to deal a heavy blow to the appropritive tactics of the right wing hindutva fanatics and it does a really good job at that! May 10, Shantanu Gharpure rated it really liked it Shelves: An extremely thought provoking read.
Politicians have a habit of appropriating tall figures for their own gains. Shivaji Maharaj also couldn't escape these distortions and appropriations. As Shashi Tharoor would say, 'farrago of lies and distortions. He was a ruler of exemplary ideals, secular values, and truly connected with the masses.
Pansare was shot dead by those who couldn't digest his id An extremely thought provoking read. Pansare was shot dead by those who couldn't digest his ideas. The book sales shot up post that.
I am one of those who came to know about Pansare and this book post his death. Jul 27, Vaibhav Rajam rated it it was amazing Shelves: More a pamphlet that has grown until it can now be called a small book without hesitation, Shivaji Kon Hota the original title is not a book about the life and tales of Shivaji.
It is an attempt to set the record state through some myth-busting around the great king, and it assumes you come to this book with some basic knowledge through fables and school textbooks even if long forgotten. It is not a book with a lot of nuance or historical references, relying more on a deconstruction of how More a pamphlet that has grown until it can now be called a small book without hesitation, Shivaji Kon Hota the original title is not a book about the life and tales of Shivaji.
It is not a book with a lot of nuance or historical references, relying more on a deconstruction of how the appropriation of a leader has happened. In simple, unpretentious language spread over a hundred odd pages - Pansare first lays out the key reasons why Shivaji was successful, how he enabled his success and what sets him apart from other kings.
He then looks at historical distortions one after the other which have now become fairly entrenched in our mind - a Hindu king, a Marathi king, a Brahmin king? You realise that while Shivaji's valour and cunning have long been eulogized in Marathi history, it was his progressiveness and liberal thought that perhaps is his best identifier which continues to set him apart after years.
While Pansare's part is by no means free of bias - some of his passages are especially relevant in the India of Modi - the foreward and afterword are completely shorn of any attempt to hide this, trumpeting the leftist and that means communist, not 'liberal' cause. We could have done without that perhaps because it is precisely the kind of rhetoric which Pansare seems to have avoided himself.
So many myths abound in relation to Shivaji! This books dispels them excellently with cutting edge simplicity. Every Indian must read this book, particularly, in the context of the Hindu majoritarianism, religious intolerance and social exclusion being shepherded by some informal groups and mass organisations. May 31, Rohit rated it really liked it. An objective study shorn of all jingoistic nationalism that portrays the hero as he should be rather than what his followers want him to be.
May 08, Rohan Choudhari rated it it was amazing Shelves: An eyeopener book which briefly acknowledges every perspective of Shivaji as a king of masses and not as a king of specific religion or caste or creed. Mar 17, Pandurang Torkad rated it really liked it. Dec 06, Faisal rated it it was amazing Shelves: Language - Marathi This book one sided and it clearly has it points against the people who say Shivaji is ours.
Sometimes truth can also be called as one sided. It also brings upon historical evidences on how Shivaji was and unlike how some groups portray him. Overall not much about Shivaji was written but just a one-sided fight against religion, un-touchability, farmers issues and many more. Shivaji was related to everyone of these issues.
It is clearly visible that this book was written in order to hit against s This book one sided and it clearly has it points against the people who say Shivaji is ours. It is clearly visible that this book was written in order to hit against some groups who claim Shivaji bel0ngs to them and to Maharashtra. For years, we had heard Shivaji's stories. This book goes beyond stories and tries to find values and principles held by Shivaji. I am amazed by the information and facts in this book.