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from the Sangameshwar temple in 1813 by British artist Robert Melville Grindlay Shivaji's grandson. After the fall of the Ahmadnagar (Nizamshahi) Sultanate, its territory was divided between the Adilshahi and the Mughals; Pune went to the former. The caves are a complex of ancient Indian Buddhist rock-cut shrines which were developed from the second century BC to the fifth century AD; the oldest of the shrines is believed to date to 160 BC. Nizamshahi minister Malik Ambar raised Murtaza II to the throne, with its temporary headquarters at Junnar. Major festivals were Ganeshotsav, the Deccan New Year ( Gudi Padwa Holi, and Dasara.
The district has significant fruit orchards, particularly mango, grape and orange. The main temple of Khandoba, the family deity for most Marathi Hindus, is in Jejuri. Peshwa rule ended with the defeat of Baji Rao II by the British East India Company, under the leadership of Mountstuart Elphinstone, in 1818. Fisher, edited by Michael. Visions of Mughal India : an anthology of European travel writing. Crimes included illicit affairs, violence and murder; in the case of murder, sometimes only a fine was imposed. This might mean, Indian independence from foreign rule, rather than Hindu raj in the modern sense. Pune is at an altitude of 559 metres (1,863 feet). A winery in Narayangaon produces sparkling wine from locally-grown Thompson seedless grapes. 74 The governor of the new territories, Mountstuart Elphinstone, appointed a commissioner and left the district's boundaries almost intact. "early life OF peshwa savai madhavrao (II. 102 Growth in the villages of Pimpri, Chinchwad and Bhosri allowed them (and their surrounding areas) to incorporate as the city of Pimpri-Chinchwad.