Balbharati Class 7 History Solutions Chapter 6 Conflict with the Mughals

Balbharati Class 7 History Solutions Chapter 6 Conflict with the Mughals

Welcome to NCTB Solutions. Here with this post we are going to help Maharashtra State board 7th class students for Balbharati Class 7 History Chapter 6 Solutions, Conflict with the Mughals. Here students can easily find all the answers for the questions in Conflict with the Mughals. Also our Expert History Teacher’s solved all the question answer with easily understandable language with proper guidance so that all the students can understand easily. Here in this post students will get chapter 6 Conflict with the Mughals solutions. Here all the Question Answer are based on Balbharati latest syllabus. Here all the question and answer are based on Maharashtra State Board latest syllabus.

Conflict with the Mughals Exercise question Solutions : 

Question no – (1)

Answer :  

(i) Shaista Khan’s invasion.

(ii) Raid on Lal Mahal

(iii) Treaty of Purandar

(iv) Escape from Agra

(v) Coronation

(vi) Southern campaign of Shivaji Maharaja.

Question no – (2) 

(1) A dictionary containing Sanskrit words 

Answer : 

Rajya Vyavahar-Kosha.

(2) He won Trimbakgad

Answer : 

Trimbakgad won Moropant Pingale.

(3) This Sardar was defeated at Vani Dindori 

Answer : 

The Sardar was defeated at Vani Dindori by Daud Khan.

(4) A place where the British Dutch and French had their factories

Answer : 

The British Dutch and French had their factories in Surat.

Question no – (3) 

Answer : 

(1) The Coronation of Shivaji Maharaj : 

After overcoming many hardship, the Marathas decided to establish their own kingdom. They had to fight a lot to establish their identity. After a long thirty year struggle, they set out to establish a permanent and independent state for themselves. Shivaji became the ruler of the entire empire with the title of Chhatrapati. He established the Maratha Empire with the inauguration of the kingdom. 6th June 1674 he had himself coronated at Raigad by Gagabhatt. By coronation Maharaja became the founder of new era.

(2) Escape from Agra : 

Shortly after the treaty of Puramdar Chatrapati Shivaji helped jay Singh in his campaign against Adil Shah. This incident was not safe for Chatrapati Shivaji. Jai Singh decided to send Shivaji to Adil Shah for some time. But when he went there something bad happened. Their behavior was not pleasing at all. Annoyed at them, the Maharaja vented his anger. He was in a state of captivity. The emperor then put him under house arrest. After several days in such a situation. He managed to escape successfully. He fled to Maharashtra first and then Raigad.

(3) Shivaji Maharaj’s campaign of the South : 

Maharaj not waste any more time after his inauguration. He started campaigning in south. At first to take his place in everyone’s mind with his friendly demeanor first of all he wisely spread his dominion over the forts. He hired an employee to look after this huge empire.

(4) Shivaji Maharaj’s preparation for the coronation : 

After established of the new state, the inauguration of the state was held with great pomp and ceremony on the occasion of the coronation, special coins were minted – all royal correspondence carried the words, the coronation of Chatrapati Shivaji will be written in gold letters on the pages of history.

Question no – (4) 

Answer : 

(1) The treaty always carries the message of place. Shivaji has shown his intelligence by making a treaty of Purandar. He made the treaty to prevent heavy casualties in the war and the attack of the army.

(2) Shivaji Maharaja took an aggressive stand against the Mughal because. He tried to recover all the damage that had been done to the treaty of Purandar. It was his strategy to capture the forts by sending a well-equipped army to keep the Mughals unstable by invading the territories of the Decan under their control.


Next Chapter Solution : 

👉 The Administration of the Swaraj

Updated: July 5, 2023 — 8:48 am

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