History of Khandala

History of Khanadala states that the origin of the hill station is obscure. Khandala had been a part of Chattrapati Shivaji's empire. Shivaji was the great Maratha ruler, who is said to have organized the Marathas.

After the Marathas, the territory of Khandala passed under the Peshwas.

The history of Khandala further states that territory was taken over by the British. The decline of the Peshwas led to the emergence of the British power in Khandala.

Last Updated on 20 September 2011



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