Raghunathrao

Raghunathrao

Raghunath Rao (b. 18 Aug.1734 – d. 11 Dec.1783) was Peshwa of the Maratha Empire from 1773 to 1774. He was instrumental in the downfall of the Peshwa clan.

Read more about Raghunathrao:  Early Life, Regency, Death and Aftermath

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Gangwar - 1751-1761
... Malharrao Holkar, Raghunathrao, Shamsher Bahadur, Gangadhar Tatya, Sakharambapu, Naroshankar and Maujiram Bania attacked Delhi on 11 August 1757 and defeated Najib Khan and Ahmed Khan became the Mir Bakshi ... On 20 April 1758, Malharrao Holkar and Raghunathrao attacked and conquered Lahore ... Raghunathrao and Malharrao Holkar returned from Punjab ...
Anandibai - Aftermath
... After Narayanrao's death, Raghunathrao became Peshwa but Nana Phadanvis ordered an investigation into the death of Narayanrao ... Justice(Mukhya Nyayadhish) of the Marathas - Ram Shastri Prabhune found Anandibai and Raghunathrao guilty of murder ... A part of the letter of Raghunathrao's order to the Gardis was examined by Ram Shastri who determined that the initial order "restrain him" (tyaala dharun aana) had been changed to "kill ...
Madhavrao I - War Against Hyder Ali and Mysore
... Raghunathrao declined his offer to join him and instead chose to visit Nashik ... Eventually, Madhavrao decided to call Raghunathrao for his assistance, but Raghunathrao only signed a treaty with Hyder Ali, much to Madhavrao’s disappointment ... Raghunathrao intentionally made this move, since he was now fearfully aware of Madhavrao's burgeoning power ...
Raghunathrao - Death and Aftermath
... Raghunathrao died in 11 Dec.1783 ... He had two sons Bajirao II and Chimajirao II ...
First Anglo-Maratha War - Background
... However, Raghunathrao, Narayanrao's uncle, had his nephew assassinated in a palace conspiracy that resulted in Raghunathrao becoming Peshwa, although he was not ... Raghunathrao, unwilling to give up his position of power, sought help from the British at Bombay and signed the Treaty of Surat on 6 March 1775 ... According to the treaty, Raghunathrao ceded the territories of Salsette and Bassein to the British, along with part of the revenues from Surat and Bharuch districts ...