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Sivaji

/sɪˈvɑːʒi/
noun
1.
1627–80, Indian king (1674–80), who led an uprising of Hindus against Muslim rule and founded the Masatha kingdom
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  • He and sivaji Bhslay both have it, as ye will see hereafter, Meah.

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  • Between them they will share the Dekhan, and sivaji will be the imperial Vice-regent!

    Tara Philip Meadows Taylor
  • "This savours of a threat, sir," said sivaji, with flashing eyes.

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  • "No matter who I am—I am authorized to speak," replied sivaji.

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  • Where, then, were the armies which sivaji was said to possess?

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  • Maloosray would have rushed forward, but sivaji held him back.

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  • I will brook it from no one, not even from sivaji Bhslay himself!

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  • sivaji is a kind of Indian Ilia Moorometz, though his epoch is much nearer to our times.

    From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan Helena Pretrovna Blavatsky
  • The Deccan is full of legends about sivaji, and even the English historians mention him with respect.

    From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan Helena Pretrovna Blavatsky
  • sivaji was the son of a distinguished soldier named Shahji, in the service of the King of Bijapur.

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