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CHATRAPATHI SHIVAJI Brought up on the stories of the mythological heroes, this great Mahratta not only cocked a snook at the mighty Moghul empire but also built a dominion of his own. Shivaji was an unbelievable amalgam of personal bravery and the sense of strategy. He knew when to strike and when to give in.

CHATRAPATHI SHIVAJI Brought up on the stories of the mythological heroes, this great Mahratta not only cocked a snook at the mighty Moghul empire but also built a dominion of his own. Shivaji was an unbelievable amalgam of personal bravery and the sense of strategy. He knew when to strike and when to give in.

CHATRAPATHI SHIVAJI Brought up on the stories of the mythological heroes, this great Mahratta not only cocked a snook at the mighty Moghul empire but also built a dominion of his own. Shivaji was an unbelievable amalgam of personal bravery and the sense of strategy. He knew when to strike and when to give in.

The Din-i Ilahi was a syncretic religion propounded by the Mughal emperor Akbar the Great in 1582 AD, intending to merge the best elements of the religions of his empire, and thereby reconcile the differences that divided his subjects. The elements were primarily drawn from Islam and Hinduism, but some others were also taken from Christianity, Jainism and Zoroastrianism. Read more on Guiddoo http://www.guiddoo.com/

“Child Jesus Salvator Mundi” (1680), Oil on canvas, 110 ~ 73 cm, Collection Coimbra, Venerável Ordem Terceira

So excited about Home School in the Woods' Middle Ages Passport Project. It's going to be perfect for enhancing our Middle Ages study this year!

History: This map looks slightly different than I’m used to. In 1947, India split into several countries. East and West Pakistan were at the the northeast and northwest ends of India, respectively. Hindus and Muslims living in Pakistan were frustrated with one another, so Pakistan separated into 2 countries in 1971. “East Pakistan” came to be known as “Bangladesh”.