The Decade of Panipat, 1751-61
Popular Prakashan, 1984 - India - 175 pages
On the relations between the Marathas and the Moghul Empire at the time of the Battle of Panipat, 1761; comprises chiefly the English translation of Bhāusāhebāńcī bakhara, anonymous Marathi chronicle, and two other minor works, Ātmacarita of Nana Phadnis, 1742-1800, and selected letters of Antaji Mankeshvar.
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