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This bloody monkey, faggot hindu [Malaun]s are nothing but bigot. Hindus licked the feet of Arabs, Turks, Afghans,Mughals, Pathans, Egyptians,Brits, Dutches,Bengals and even the Chinese. This morons have got one so called Maratha fascination going on! Wake up! Whatever you people do, History will never change. It's a site where you can edit at your wish. Not going to edit what you malauns adulterated but seriously need to have some pride you parasites. You shits are known for losing battles even you have 5 to 6 times bigger army! Wait for another Chinese invasion. Bloody malauns.
i'll have to reformat this! dbkasar, please refer to existing articles for styles. अमेय आर्यन DaBroodey 18:42, 17 January 2006 (UTC)
OK.Dbkasar 09:33, 19 January 2006 (UTC)
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- As I have mentioned on my talk page here, it is incorrect to say that I have copied material from the above sources. Please restore the history section so that edits done can be compared if needed. ..असक्तः सततं कार्य कर्म समाचर | असक्तः हि आचरन् कर्म.. Humour Thisthat2011 21:27, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
This article viewpoint seems heavily biased in favor of the Marathas. (e.g. "treacherously captured" , "rekindled the spirit of valour in the minds of Marathas")126.96.36.199 (talk) 09:00, 21 November 2011 (UTC)
Maratha or Marathas
The article seems to use 'Maratha' and 'Marathas' interchangeably, both being used as a proper noun (singular). This needs to be sorted out. I get the impression that 'Marathas' is not meant as a plural of 'Maratha'. I mention this because I just edited a section of the text by inserting large numbers of missing 'the' words, hopefully in the right context. For instance in English one says 'he went to the Maratha empire' ('the' refers the noun 'empire'), but omits the 'the' when one is refering to a proper noun as in 'he went to Maratha'. However, if Marathas is a plural of Maratha then one would say 'he went to the Marathas', just as one would say 'he went to the Americas'. The 'Mughal' and 'Mughals' case seems clear, with Mughals being a plural of Mughal. Can we have some clarity on this 'Marathas' issue please.1812ahill (talk) 19:22, 8 September 2012 (UTC)
1)Kennedy Hickman is a Military History Expert. He is also not an Indian.
2)"...May 23, 1706 - War of the Spanish Succession: Grand Alliance forces under Marlborough win the Battle of Ramillies
1707 - War of 27 Years: The Mughals are defeated ending the war
July 8, 1709 - Great Northern War: Swedish forces are crushed at the Battle of Poltava..."