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Shiv Samarth Gad

Shiv Samarth Gad - The Legend of Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj

Shree Digambardas Maharaj recreated Chhatrapati Shree Shivaji Maharaj's Empire at Dervan in the form of Shiv Samarth Gad(Fort).

The following is just a glimpse depicting some of the 3 dimentional paintings and sculptures constructed/drawn along the walls of the Gad (Fort).

The Visitors to this site are encouraged to visit Dervan (in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra) so as to be a part of the rich heritage left by Shree Digambardas Maharaj in the form of 

"A Journey - Shiv Samarth Gad"

King Shivaji

The Greatest King of India Chhatrapati Shree Shivaji Maharaj

 

Shree Ramdas Swami

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj's Spiritual Guru

Shree Ramdas Swami

 

The ceremony initiating Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj as the King of the Great Maratha Empire

Coronation of King Shivaji

 

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Chhatrapati Shree Shivaji Maharaj's Deity"Bhavani"

 

Chhatrapati Shree Shivaji Maharaj Takes the

'Swarajya Shapath'

(Oath to Gain Freedom from the Tyrnnical Aurangazeb Empire)

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Birth of Chhatrapati Shree Shivaji Maharaj

 

Shree Ramdas Swami asks Shivaji to cut a stone and to everybodys surprise there is a living frog inside the stone !

By this instance Shree Ramdas Swami demonstrates that It is not the King but the Almighty God that takes care of every living being .

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The coward Shahistha Khan flees from  Chhatrapati Shree Shivaji Maharaj and loses his fingers to the great Kings sword in the process.   

 

Shree Bajiprabhu, one of the greatest warriors of all times fights & engages till his last breath a major army of Adilshahi chieftain Siddi Masood and makes sure that the Shiv Sena (Chattrapati Shree Shivaji Maharaj's Army) and the Great King Chhatrapati Shivaji himself have reached a safe place.

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Chhatrapati Shree Shivaji Maharaj Kills the Tyrannical giant  Afzalkhan with his Tiger Claw weapon.

 

The coronation Ceremony.

The reacceptance of Netaji Palkar to the Hindu faith, who had been trecherously converted to the Muslim faith by Aurangazeb, to show the world that a true Hindu can never be compelled to be an apostate

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