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Sahu

Sahu, son of Sambhaji, was set free from Mughal custody after the death of Aurangzeb.

He spent 18 years in the Mughal custody.

Mughals tried to divide the Marathas. Hence Sahu was set free.

Sahu claimed the Government from Tara Bai.

Tara Bai declared that Sahu had no right to the kingdom.

Tara Bai sent Dhanaji against Sahu.

A battle took place at Khed in November 1707.

Tara Bai was defeated and retired to Kolhapur.

Sambhaji was put on the Gaddi of Kolhapur.

Sahu became the ruler of Marathas on the Gaddi of Satara.

The Treaty of Warna was signed between Sahu and Sambhaji in 1731.

The Treaty of Warna resolved the disputes between Satara and Kolhapur.

Both the Sahu and Sambhaji agreed to work together for development of the kingdom.