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Bhonsle Dynasty–Marātha Kingdom

Viswanāth Dynasty–Marātha Confederacy

Duff, J. G., History of the Mahrattas, ed. J. P. Guha (2 vols., New Delhi, 1971).Sardesai, G. S., New History of the Marathas (2nd edn., 3 vols., New Delhi, 1986).

1674–1680

Shivājī I, the Great (independent ruler in Mahārāshtra 1667; crowned king 1674)

1680–1689

Shambhūjī (son)

1689–1700

Rājārām (brother)

1700–1708

Shivājī II (son; deposed, died 1727)

1708–1749

Shāhū I (son of Shambhūjī)

1749–1777

Rāmrājā (son of Shivājī II; titular king only, at Sātārā)

1777–1808

Shāhū II (adopted son)

1808–1839

Pratap Singh (son: deposed, died 1847)

1839–1848

Shāhjī (brother; British rule of Sātārā1849)

1713–1720

Bālājī Viswanāth (Prime minister [peshwa] and de facto ruler 1713)

1720–1740

Bājī Rāo I (son)

1740–1761

Bālājī Rāo (son)

1761–1772

Mādhava Rāo I (son)

1772–1773

Nārāyan Rāo (brother)

1773–1774

Raghunāth Rāo (son of Bājī Rāo I; deposed, died 1783)

1774–1795

Mādhava Rāo II (son of Nārāyan Rāo)

1796

Chimnājī Mādhava Rāo (son of Raghunāth Rāo; deposed, died 1830)

1796–1818

Bājī Rāo II (brother; deposed, died 1851; British rule of the Marātha territories)

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