Shinde

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For the prominent Maratha family, see Shinde (disambiguation).
Maratha Clan
Shinde
शिंदे
Flag of the Maratha Empire.svg
Surname Shinde
Lineage Claimed Suryavansha (Serpent or Sheshvanshi Branch)
Heraldic Title: Prabhakarvarma.[1]
Religion: Buddhism &

Hinduism- 96 kuli maratha .[2]

Original kingdom Ranathambore and Pattadakal
Other kingdoms Gwalior, Ujjain, Badami,
Capitals Satara Villages.
Colour Red.
Nishan Serpent on flagpole.
Clan god Jyotiba ( Mahadev ).
Clan goddess Tulja-Bhavani (Tuljapur,Maharashtra) Kalika, Mahagauri, Ramvardayini.
Devak Mrugvell or Aagada (A kind of plant found in Maharashtra), Kalamb, Rui and Morvell.[3]
Guru Kaundinya.
Gotra Kaundinya
Veda Rigveda.
Mantra Yajurveda - Madhyandin, Gayatri Mantra..
Prawar Angiras, Brihaspati and Kaundinya.
Victory Weapon Sword
Guhyasutra Paraska
Locations Maharashtra
Languages Marathi

Shinde (Marathi: शिंदे) is the main surname among the Marathi (Maharashtrian) people of India. The Shindes are found mainly in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Goa.

Origins[edit]

The Shinde family is traditionally considered to be descendants of King Shinde within the Maratha clan system. The Shinde served the Peshwa, and were also Shiledars under the Bahamani sultanates of the Deccan.[citation needed]

People[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maratha Kshatriyancha Itihaas, edition 1929 By K.B. Deshmukh. (Marathi)
  2. ^ Thomas Edmund Farnsworth Wright; Oxford University Press (15 November 2006). A dictionary of world history. Oxford University Press. pp. 401–. ISBN 978-0-19-920247-8. Retrieved 15 May 2011. 
  3. ^ R. M. Betham (1 December 1996). Maráthas and Dekhani Musalmáns. Asian Educational Services. pp. 152–. ISBN 978-81-206-1204-4. Retrieved 7 May 2011.