Words of wisdom from the Dark Lord himself!
Continued from The Mighty Fort of Sinhagad. For the previous part click here. The legend is that Shivaji Maharaj's mother Jijabai was not at all happy that the fort of Kondana was in the hands of Mughals. She knew that fort was located at a strategic point. She knew that the person who ruled the fort … Continue reading The mighty fort of Sinhagad (Part II)
Continued from The Mighty Fort of Sinhagad (Part II). For the previous part click here. The fort of Sinhagad has been around for centuries. The plaque installed on the fort mentions the year 1482. That probably means the fort was built sometime before that. Most of the fort is now in ruins. The walls are crumbling … Continue reading The mighty fort of Sinhagad (Part III)
The name 'Sinhagad' literally translates to ' The Lion's Fort'. Sinhagad is a fortress located roughly 30 kilometers southwest of the city of Pune, Maharashtra, India. Previously called Kondhana (Marathi: कोंढाणा), the fort has been the site of many important battles, most notably the Battle of Sinhagad in 1671 fought between the legendary Tanaji Malusare, … Continue reading The mighty fort of Sinhagad
You know what they say about never judging a book by its cover? Yet all of us tend to do the same thing at some point of time or the other. We all stand accused of being judgmental towards people. If anyone says that, "I have never judged anyone", then that person is clearly lying. … Continue reading Being judged