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Foreign newspaper found a reference to Shivaji Maharaj as a Master of the Country.

shriram | 19th February 2014 | Social Development
Foreign newspaper found a reference to Shivaji Maharaj as a Master of the Country.

    A reference to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj as a Master of the Country (India) has been found in a newspaper, "The London Gazette" in its issue dated February 1672. The news is based on the extract of letters of the then Surat Governor. Shivaji has been referred as "Shivaji, the rebel, who having beaten the Mogul in several battles, remains almost Master of the Country."
The London Gazette was first published on November 16, 1665 as the Oxford Gazette. After the return of King Charles II in February 1666, it's title changed to The London Gazette. It is described as the first English newspaper because of its format as a single sheet printed on both sides.


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