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भिमा कोरेगाव की लडाई

Battle of Koregaon

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Battle of Koregaon
Part of the Third Anglo-Maratha War

Bhima Koregaon Victory Pillar
Date 1 January 1818
Location Koregaon, near Pune in Maharashtra State, India
Result Decisive British victory
Belligerents
British East India Company flag.svg British East India Company Flag of the Maratha Empire.svg Maratha Empire
Commanders and leaders
Capt. F. F. Staunton Peshwa Baji Rao II
Strength
500 Infantry of the 2nd Battalion 1st Regiment of the Bombay Native Light Infantry along with 250 cavalry and 24 cannons, all mostly Mahars 20,000 cavalry and 8,000 soldiers of the Maratha Army
Casualties and losses
22 soldiers killed Unknown
The Battle of Koregaon took place on January 1, 1818, at the bank of the river Bhima in Koregaon, northwest of Pune, India. A small force of 500 men of the 2nd Battalion 1st Regiment of the Bombay Native Light Infantry (mostly Mahars) under the command of Capt. F. F. Staunton fought continuously without rest or respite, food or water [1] for twelve hours against a large force of 20,000 horse and 8,000 infantry of Maratha Leader Peshwa Baji Rao II who was threatening the British garrisons at Kirkee and Poona.
In November 1817, Peshwas devastated the Regency of Pune giving no scope for the British army to retaliate successfully. The British commanding officer in Pune called the Chief of the second Battalion-first Regiment Native Infantry for help which was encamped in the Shirur Taluka of Pune district. This contingent, with only 500 foot soldiers and 250 cavalry both predominantly having with Mahars defeated the mighty Peshwa army of 8,000 foot soldiers and 20,000 cavalry.
The Peshwa's troops inexplicably withdrew that evening, despite their overwhelming numbers, giving the British an important victory. The men of the 2/1st Regiment Bombay Native Infantry, who fought in this battle, were honored for their bravery. The official report to the British Residents at Poona recalls the "heroic valour and enduring fortitude" of the soldiers, the "disciplined intrepidity" and "devoted courage and admirable consistency" of their actions.[1]
This battle had unusual significance. First, the British army fought this battle with a minuscule army despite expecting the worst. Secondly, the battle of Koregaon was one of the most important events which helped tear down the Peshwa Empire and subsequently the Peshwa had to abdicate. Thirdly and most importantly, it was an attempt by the untouchables of Maharashtra to break the shackles of the age-old caste order.[1]
The battle is commemorated by an obelisk, known as the Koregaon pillar, which featured on the Mahar Regiment crest until Indian Independence. The monument has names inscribed of twenty two Mahars killed there, erected at the site of the battle and by a medal issued in 1851. Today, the monument "serves as a focal point of Mahar heroism".[1] Historian have acknowledged this historical event and praised Mahars for their bravery. Many sections of society glorifies the Mahars who died in the battle, majority terms them as great hero who shown incredible perseverance and gallantry to defeat the might Peshwa.

भिमा कोरेगाव की लडाई

मुक्त ज्ञानकोष विकिपीडिया से
यहाँ जाएँ: भ्रमण, खोज
भिमा कोरेगाव की लडाई सन १ जनवरी १९१८ इसवी मे पुना स्थित कोरेगाव मे भिमा नदी के पास हुई । 1 जनवरी 1818 को भीमा नदी के किनारे कोरेगाव, उतरी पूर्वी पुणे में लड़ी गई थी । यह लड़ाई अंग्रेजो और पेशवा के बिच लड़ी गई थी । अंग्रेजो के तरफ 500 लडाके जिसमे 450 महार (अछूत ) थे और पेशवा बाजीराव-II के 28000 सैनिक थे । मात्र 500 अछूतो ने पेशवा की शक्तिशाली फौज को हरा दिया । सैनिको को उनकी वीरता और सहस की लिए सम्मानित किया गया ।
ब्रिटिश रेजिडेंट की अधिकारिक रिपोर्ट के अनुसार इसे नायकत्व वाला कर्त्य कहा गया और सैनिको के अनुशासित और समर्पित साहस और स्थिरता की तारीफ की गई । यह युद्ध बहुत ही महत्त्व का था । प्रथम अंग्रेजो की छोटी सी टुकड़ी ने पेशवा को हरा दिया जिसने पेशवा साम्राज्य का सफाया करने में मदद की । दूसरा अछूत महारो को अपनी वीरता दिखा जाती बंधन को तोड़ने का मौका [1]


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1st January, 1818:
‘The Battle Of Bhima Koregaon’
By Pardeep Singh Attri
01 January, 2010
Countercurrents.org
“If we wish to be free, we must fight. Shall we gather strength by irresolution and inaction? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death.”
– Patrick Henry (March, 1775)
History of India is nothing but the fight/struggle between untouchables and so called upper castes. Historians those are ought to be rationalist, have always misled masses and never showed the true face of Indian History. Hence, this battle has also been lost into history and no reference is found in any history book.
January 1st 1818, when everyone around the world was busy in celebrating the ‘new year’, when everyone was in cheerful mood, but not for a small force of 500 untouchable soldiers were preparing them to for battleground. Who knows this battle is going to write future of ‘Brahmin Peshwa Baji Rao-II’? It wasn’t just another battle; it was a battle for self respect, esteem and against the supremacy of Manusmriti. This battle is important in history, as everyone know that after this battle rule of ‘Peshwa Rao’ ended.
In the early 19th century, the Maratha Empire led by Peshwa Baji Rao II was gradually diminishing due to internal dissents and setbacks in the previous Anglo-Maratha wars. Maharashtrian society under Peshwas had followed nastiest kind of social discrimination wherein the lower strata of society such as untouchables were confined to the stringent Brahmanical laws and subsequently their mobility and development were impaired. The untouchables had suffered the most in the 2000 year old caste system. But regimes such as of the Brahmincal Peshwas are the best examples where untouchables and the lower caste groups experienced horrendous and nastiest form of social humiliations to carry broom sticks on their backs and earthen pots hung on their necks wherein they released their spit.
This battle took place on January 1st, 1818, near the banks of Bhima River in Koregaon (north-west of Pune) between small forces of ‘500 untouchables’ (Mahars) soldiers of 2nd Battalion, 1st regiment of ‘Bombay Native Light Infantry’ and Peshwa soldiers. ‘Bombay Native Light Infantry’ was headed by ‘Caption Francis Staunton’. Compared to the ‘500 untouchables soldiers’ Brahmin Peshwa Rao’s force was large in numbers, they were more than 20,000 horsemen and 8,000 infantry soldiers. After walking down more than 27Miles distance from Shirur to Bhima Koregaon without rest or reprieve, without food or water ‘500 untouchables’ fought so bravely for 12 hours and won the battle. Battle ended not only with ‘victory’ over Peshwa but it become responsible for the end of ‘Peshwai’ in Maharashtra.
This battle had unusual significance for many reasons. First, British army fought this battle with a minuscule army expecting the worst, especially after their experience of the Pune Regency. Secondly, the battle of Koregaon was one of the most important events which helped tear down the Peshwa Empire and subsequently the Peshwa had to abdicate. Thirdly and most importantly, it was an attempt by the untouchables of Maharashtra to break the shackles of the age-old caste order.
The Peshwa's troops inexplicably withdrew that evening, despite their overwhelming numbers, giving the British an important victory. The men of the 2/1st Regiment Bombay Native Infantry, who fought in this battle, were honored for their bravery. The official report to the British Residents at Poona recalls the "heroic valour and enduring fortitude" of the soldiers, the "disciplined intrepidity" and "devoted courage and admirable consistency" of their actions.
Much praise was showered on the Mahar Sepoys of the Bombay Army who endured the rigours of difficult marches when rations were low and disease was high among men and animals. Whether they were charging ahead or were besieged or taken prisoner-of-war, whether they were storming fortresses or making tactical withdrawals, they always stood steadfast by their officers and comrades, never letting down the honour of their Regiments. Similar anecdotes are recorded in the written histories of the Mahar Regiment and Bombay Army. All demonstrate that most Mahars soldiers were dedicated and courageous.
This Battle was commemorated by an obelisk, known as the Koregaon Pillar (Vijay Stambh), which featured on the ‘Mahar Regiment’ crest until Indian Independence. The ‘Vijay Stambh’ reminds us ‘together we can achieve anything’. The monument has names inscribed of twenty two untouchables (Mahars) killed there, erected at the site of the battle and by a medal issued in 1851. Today, the monument still "serves as focal point of Untouchable (Mahar) heroism". Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar used to visit Bhima Koregaon (Shaurya Bhomi) every year on 1st January to pay homage to great Mahar soldiers of The Bhima Koregaon Battle.
On New Year eve, rather than visiting pubs, dancing and enjoying over beer bottles, pay rich tribute to the heroes of ‘Battle’. This all will show respect, our commitment, courage and awareness towards our rich history. One step ahead we can suggest or request all of you that in remembrance of untouchable soldier who fought and died for self respect and esteem in ‘Bhima Koregaon Battle’ over the haughty, superior and arrogant ‘Savarnas’.
For Further References Read:
1. ‘The Mahar Movement’s Military Component’ at
http://www.ambedkar.org/research/
The%20Mahar%20Movement.htm
2. ‘Battle of Bhima Koregaon’ at
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Koregaon
4. ‘Mahar Regiment’ at
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahar_Regiment
5. Postal Ticket on Mahar Regiment at
http://www.indiapicks.com/stamps/
Forces/1024_Mahar_Regt.htm 



Tarsem Singh Bains ‘भीमा नदी’ के तट पर बसा, गाँव ‘भीमा – कोरेगांव’, पुणे ( महाराष्ट्र )/
01 जनवरी 1818 का ‘ठंडा’ दिन, दो ‘सेनाएं’, आमने - सामने /
28000 सैनिकों सहित ‘पेशवा बाजीराव – ( II ) 2’, के विरूद्ध ‘बॉम्बे नेटिव लाइट इन्फेंट्री’ के 500 ‘महा
र’ सैनिक ///
‘ब्राह्मण’ राज बचाने की फिराक में ‘पेशवा’, तथा दूसरी ओर ‘पेशवाओं’ के, पशुवत ‘अत्याचारों’ से ‘बदला’ चुकाने की ‘फिराक’ में, गुस्से से तमतमाए “ महार “ //
घमासान ‘युद्ध’ और ‘ब्रह्मा’ के मुँह से ‘जनित’ ( पैदा हुए ) ‘पेशवा’ की शर्मनाक ‘पराजय’ |
सब से पहले उन, 500 ‘महार’ ( पूर्वजों ) को ‘नमन’ करो ... क्यों ... ??
1 ) उस ‘हार’ के बाद, ‘पेशवाई’ खतम हो गयी थी |
2 ) ‘अंग्रेजो’ को इस भारत देश की, ‘सत्ता’ मिली |
3 ) ‘अंग्रेजो’ ने इस भारत देश में, ‘शिक्षण’ का प्रचार किया, जो ‘हजारो’ सालों से, ‘बहुजन’ समाज के लिए ‘बंद’ था |
4 ) ‘महात्मा फुले’ पढ़ पाए, और इस देश की जातीयता ‘समज’ पाऐ |
5 ) अगर ‘महात्मा फुले’ न पढ़ पाते, तो ‘शिवाजी महाराज’ की ‘समाधी’ कोण ‘ढूँढ’ निकलते |
6 ) अगर ‘महात्मा फुले’ न ‘पढ़’ पाते, तो ‘सावित्री बाई’ कभी इस देश की प्रथम ‘महिला शिक्षिका’ न बन सकती थी |
7 ) अगर ‘सावित्री बाई’, न ‘पढ़’ पाई होती तो, इस देश की ‘महिला’ कभी न पढ़ पाती |
8 ) ‘शाहू महाराज’, ‘आरक्षण’ कभी न दे पाते |
9 ) ‘डॉ. बाबा साहब’, कभी न ‘पढ़’ पाते |
10 ) अगर 1 जनवरी, 1818 को, 500 ‘महार’ सैनिकों ने 28,000 ‘ब्राम्हण’ ( पेशवाओं ) को, मार न डाला होता तो ... !!! आज हम लोग कहा पे रहते ... ??

Keep in mind, Never forget the history of our ‘Forefathers’ ...!!! If today, YOU forget the ‘History’, then coming generations will also forget the ‘History’ ... !!!



……… AND ……..
‘Dr. Baba Sahib Ambedkar’, used to pay tributes to 500 ‘Mahars’ ( Forefathers ) on the ‘1st Janaury’ of every year ... !!! ……….. By :--> Manish Gangurde

47 comments:

  1. Jai bhim kisi ko bi kamjor naa smjo

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  2. भीमा - कोरेगाव येथील लढाईमध्ये ना मराठी सैन्य जिंकले ना इंग्रज ! याचे कारण म्हणजे, युद्ध संपल्यावर सामान्यतः विजयी पक्ष रणांगणाचा ताबा घेतो ते या ठिकाणी घडून आले नाही. अर्थात काही अपवादात्मक प्रसंगी विजयी पक्षाला रणभूमी ताब्यात घेण्यात यश मिळत नाही किंवा काही कारणास्तव युद्धभूमी ताब्यात न घेता विजयी पक्षाला त्या ठिकाणाहून निघून जावे लागते हे गृहीत धरून देखील कोरेगाव येथे मराठी किंवा इंग्रजी फौजेचा विजय झाला असे ठामपणे म्हणता येत नाही.

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  3. सच्चाई सामने आती है तो मनु वादी लोगों की जलने लगती है जैसे कि ऊपर वाले कमेंट में लिखा है वह मनुवादी है इसीलिए उसको सब झूठ लगता है पर सच्चाई छुप नहीं सकती Jai mulnivasi Jai Bharat Jai Bhim जय भीमा कोरेगांव

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  4. सच्चाई सामने आती है तो मनु वादी लोगों की जलने लगती है जैसे कि ऊपर वाले कमेंट में लिखा है वह मनुवादी है इसीलिए उसको सब झूठ लगता है पर सच्चाई छुप नहीं सकती Jai mulnivasi Jai Bharat Jai Bhim जय भीमा कोरेगांव

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  5. pawan khobragade Right

    Jay bhim
    Jay bhim
    Jay bhim

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  6. It means they helps to British people to rule over Indians. Sad Truth.

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    1. Absolutely right

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    2. kyu jali kya teri

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    3. lets be gentle. Hi Anonymous, its truth , but scope was limited to peshwa's only.. the mutiny had strong reasons against the ruler of that times who believe separation of all rights based on castisum only..

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  7. मुझे समझ नही आता कुछ भारतीयों ने कुछ भारतीयों को कुछ बाहरी लोगों के साथ लड़ाई की इसमें शौर्य की क्या बात है...अंग्रेजो ने तो सीधा सीधा आपका इस्तेमाल किया...इसमें शौर्य कहा से...मई कहानी कितनी सच्ची कितनी जूठी इसपे नही जाऊंगा..पर एक भारतीय ने दूसरे भारतीय को मारना वो भी किसी फिरंगि के लिए...शौर्य तो निश्चित नही हो सकता।

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    1. Why were the Mahars ,being Indians part of the British army?

      The Mahars were a vital component in Chhatrapati Shivaji's army. He deployed 'low caste' Ramoshis, Mahars and Mangs in his infantry and naval forces. The latter helped him establish his empire. In fact, the British did much the same while establishing their empire.

      After Shivaji's death in 1680, the Peshwa rulers oppressed the Mahars, making them hang a pot around their neck to spit and tie a broom around their waist to sweep away their 'impure' footsteps. This social oppression and exclusion led the Mahars to serve the British army and even made them reliable soldiers against the Peshwa rule.

      The British recognised the valour and loyalty of the Mahars and recruited them in such large numbers that they became the biggest caste group in the colonial army and marine forces. During World War I a separate regiment, 111 Mahar, was raised by the British to fight overseas.
      Maharashtrian society under brahmin’s rule followed worst form of social discrimination based on caste wherein the lower strata of society such as untouchables were confined to the stringent Brahmanical laws and subsequently their mobility and development were impaired.

      The untouchables had to carry a broom stick attached to their backs so that when they enter into city, their footprints would not pollute the path. They were forced to put a pot around their neck to carry their spit in the pot. They were not allowed to hold any arms and education was completely barred. Untouchables were killed if they did not follow these restrictions. Bhima-Koregaon battle was the answer of the untouchables to the brahmin ruling class of the country.

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    2. और एक भारतीय ने एक भारतीय के साथ जानवर जैसा सलुक करना तुझे ठिक लगता है। ब्राम्हण हमे इनसानीयत का जिना जिने देते तो हमारे पुर्वज फिरंगीयों के साथ ना मिलत और ना यह इतिहासा बन पता। सच्चाई झुटलानासे कुछ नही होता।

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    3. Mister nikhil singh
      Kya ek bhartiya dusare bhartiya par jat ya religion ko leke attyaachar kartaa hai isaka bhi jawab dedo phir aur answer lane ke baad hi comment karna got it

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    4. Bhai tuze pani pine ka adhikar bhi nahi tuze zamin bhi nahi tuze tere khud ke biwi par bhi adhikar nahi tera khud ka kuch bhi wajud hi nahi hota to,tu kya karta fir bhi mahar sainik peshwa ke pass gaye the unse kahatha ki,hum angrejo, ke saath nahi ladna chahate hum aapki tarafse ladna chahate hai to hume aapke yaha kya jagaha milengi to peshwa ne kaha tha सुई ke nok jitni,bhi jagaha tumhe nahi milegi to muze tu bata bhai mahar ne un peshwa ko faad diya aur apna wajood dunya ko bata diya kya galat kiya jai bhim

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    5. Mr.nikhi singh agar itne hi pyare the aur itni hi samj thi to kyu peshwawone jatiwad kiya tha achuto ke sath aur jab gand me lakda ghusa tab tumko Hindustani yad aye tab kaha the jab peshawa ne humare logo ko apnane se inkar kar diya tha aur aaj tum jaise log jo itihas thik se jante bhi nahi to muh uthake bolte hai isme virta kaha hai

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  8. lekin bhartiyo ne bhartiyo ka sath na dekar firangiyo ka sath kyu diya ye baat to socho nikhil ji..kyu kyu kyu..koi to vajah hogi..

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    1. Bhai vajah koi bhi ho....fir antakwadiyo ka bhi samrthan karna to apke nazar me yogya hoga.....Yane agar aap naraz ho to un shaktiyo ka sath de jo ki desh ke liye khatra hai, ye kya logic hai..........Ye to baat aisi hui ki koi beta baap se naraz hai to wo un logo ka sath dena shuru kar de jo uska ghar barbad karne me lage huye hai...Sorry bt I m nt agree

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    2. aatankwadiyo ka samrthan ek alg bat hai, our oos waqt ke achooto ki baat alag hai jinhe khane pine aur apna jeevan sanmaan k saath jine ki anumati bhi nhi thi, jo sadiyo se kuchle ja rahe the.. are unhe to awwaj uthane ki bhi anumati nh thi.. agr apna haq pane ke liye unhone jaan ki baji lagaye our ummid se 20 guna dushman ko dhul chata di to ye to bahadoori hi mani jayegi..

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    3. Why were the Mahars ,being Indians part of the British army?

      The Mahars were a vital component in Chhatrapati Shivaji's army. He deployed 'low caste' Ramoshis, Mahars and Mangs in his infantry and naval forces. The latter helped him establish his empire. In fact, the British did much the same while establishing their empire.

      After Shivaji's death in 1680, the Peshwa rulers oppressed the Mahars, making them hang a pot around their neck to spit and tie a broom around their waist to sweep away their 'impure' footsteps. This social oppression and exclusion led the Mahars to serve the British army and even made them reliable soldiers against the Peshwa rule.

      The British recognised the valour and loyalty of the Mahars and recruited them in such large numbers that they became the biggest caste group in the colonial army and marine forces. During World War I a separate regiment, 111 Mahar, was raised by the British to fight overseas.
      Maharashtrian society under brahmin’s rule followed worst form of social discrimination based on caste wherein the lower strata of society such as untouchables were confined to the stringent Brahmanical laws and subsequently their mobility and development were impaired.

      The untouchables had to carry a broom stick attached to their backs so that when they enter into city, their footprints would not pollute the path. They were forced to put a pot around their neck to carry their spit in the pot. They were not allowed to hold any arms and education was completely barred. Untouchables were killed if they did not follow these restrictions. Bhima-Koregaon battle was the answer of the untouchables to the brahmin ruling class of the country.

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    4. ब्राम्हण हि असली विदेशी है

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    5. ब्राम्हण हि असली विदेशी है

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    6. Nikhil ji aap aatankawadiyo mein aur un koregaon bhima ke shoor veero mein fark rakhiye bhima koregaon ki ladai khud ke hak ki ladai thi aatankwadi maidan mein aake nahi ladte wo chup ke war karte hai koregaon bhima ki ladai un shoor veero ne aamne samne ladi thi jiti bhi thi chati thok ke uska vijay stambh aaj bhi waha un veero ki veerta ki gawahi deta hai aur baap pehle bhi mulniwasi the aur aaj bhi hai

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  9. please sent name of bhima koregaon mahars

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  10. aatankwadiyo ka samrthan ek alg bat hai, our oos waqt ke achooto ki baat alag hai jinhe khane pine aur apna jeevan sanmaan k saath jine ki anumati bhi nhi thi, jo sadiyo se kuchle ja rahe the.. are unhe to awwaj uthane ki bhi anumati nh thi.. agr apna haq pane ke liye unhone jaan ki baji lagaye our ummid se 20 guna dushman ko dhul chata di to ye to bahadoori hi mani jayegi

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  11. Jay bhim Jay Bharat Jay hind suno salo jab ladai shru bhi nahi Hui thi tab mahar batalion k caption peshwa k pass Gaye the ki Hume aapki army me jagah mil Sakti h kya tab peshwa NE kya bola tha tumhe sui k kan kitni jagah nahi mil Sakti tab ki baat ki kuch aur thi salo jab humari satkti h Na to behnchodo ithass ban jata h aage bhi HUME kamjor samjne ki jidd Mt krr Dena Verna hum go rahenge prr tum log nahi beta humari unity dekhna h Na to krr Lena kabhi himmat aur beta sun yadi desh ki baat ati h Na to hum sir katwa bhi saktey aur kaat bhi saktey h behnchodo tum Hume sikhaonge deshbhakti salo hum to ek dil me apna desh aur baba sahab ko hi raktey h Jo saink the Na mahar batalion k unhone apne hak k liye ladai ladi h Aur suno kabhi himmat ho Na to aamney samne aaker bolo ye sab

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  12. ये लडाई मूलनिवासी महारों ने विदेशी अंग्रेजों के साथ मिलकर विदेशी आर्य ब्राहमनों के साथ की थी। इसमें कुछ गलत नही था।

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  13. Yes, its real story as per history, and when one person sturgled because of other person then definietly there should be fight for right.... Nothing is wrong. But this is history so please dont make issue's on it and let enjoy the life everybody.

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  14. Please yaar we are young generation
    We have so many responsibility to Owen country
    Jo Ho gaya usko to nahi badla Ja Sakta
    Par ab hum badal sakte Hain

    Bas ab aur mat baato desh ko hum sab ek Hain sab barabar hai

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  15. Sorry to all but in the war of bhima koregon there was no win or defeat to British or peshva.British company was having about 900 soldiers(dalits, marathas and brtish).Peshva army consisting of arabs and gosavi-bramins of about 1800 was actually involved in the war.On the first day of war intially there were heavy losses to British army and they were planning to surrender.On second day morning Elphinstone British officer was coming with large arrmy from pune. Hence Pesva as a diplomacy changed the location. When Elphinstone came to koregon, he observed the situation and noted in dairy that it was small victory for Peshva.However many historians have mentioned this war as no win to either Peshva or British. Kindly refer Elphinstones diary.

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  16. Yes it is inddeed true that inevitably lower caste warrior helped british take over India but also won world war 1 as in 1897 Britishers ban recruitment of lower caste but forced to recruite once again in 1914 where in mosepetimiya they won the toughest battle still today remebered as battle of sharkat .Even one of the major reason to losse Panipat battle is same . This cast system was one of the major reason of Indias poor condition and still today many are reluctant to throw away this system and learn from history

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  18. सब इतना कुछ बोल रहे हैं। ऎसा एक नाम बताओ जो उन 450 महार मे थे लढने क लिए. इतिहास किसी को पुरा पता नही होता है उसमें कहीं ना कहीं खामी और कमी होती हैं।.... मुझे उन महार मे से किसी एक का नाम बताओ. अगर पता होगा तो तभी कमेंट पास करो....

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    1. There were lots of mahars...out of that few names are engraved there on the pillar of bhima koregaon of pune..which was built by britishers as a symbol of " one of the proudest triumphs of British Army in the East"..
      The names are engraved on eastern side of pillar...which are as follows..
      Nak belongs to mahar ...
      1. Somnak
      2. Ramnak
      3. Godnak
      4. Bhaagnak
      5. Ambnak
      6. Gannak
      7. Balnak
      8. Rupnak
      9. Vapnak
      10. Vitnak
      And 13 more.. you can visit...bhima koregaon of pune..its still there...

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  19. There were lots of mahars...out of that few names are engraved there on the pillar of bhima koregaon of pune..which was built by britishers as a symbol of " one of the proudest triumphs of British Army in the East"..
    The names are engraved on eastern side of pillar...which are as follows..
    Nak belongs to mahar ...
    1. Somnak
    2. Ramnak
    3. Godnak
    4. Bhaagnak
    5. Ambnak
    6. Gannak
    7. Balnak
    8. Rupnak
    9. Vapnak
    10. Vitnak
    And 13 more.. you can visit...bhima koregaon of pune..its still there...

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  20. बिना हथीयार वालो पर
    हम कभी वार करते नही
    पिठ पर वार करना हमारी आदत नही
    जो ललकारते है! हमे मैदान मै हम उसे कभी छोडते नही
    जय भिम
    wwwsomeshwar.blogspot.com

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  21. खर यांना कधी पटत नाही कारण यांना खर समजल्यावर
    मिरची लागते.
    जय भिम

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  22. Brahman agar bahar se aaye hai to sab kahi na kahi se aaye hai .

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  23. hum mul nivasi hai

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  24. Konitari manuwadi asa brahmanana udeshoon mhanatale aahe pan remeber MANU ek RAJA I.E.Kshatiya hota braan nahi

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