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Sentences forShaniwar Wada

  • At Shaniwar Wada, the prime residence of Peshwa, religious rituals and ceremonies were frequently being conducted.Madhavrao I-Wikipedia
  • The two biggest sets were the exact replicas of Shaniwar Wada and the Aaina Mahal, both of which were "high on grandeur and intricacy".Bajirao Mastani-Wikipedia
  • In the early years of the British rule, an open air vegetable market used to be held outside the Shaniwar Wada.Mahathma Phule Mandai-Wikipedia
  • He also commissioned the construction of the Shaniwar Wada on the right bank of the Mutha River.Pune-Wikipedia
  • One day, he noticed a large crowd anxiously waiting at the entrance of Shaniwar Wada.Madhavrao I-Wikipedia
  • Madhavrao committed suicide at the age of 21 by jumping off from the high walls of the Shaniwar Wada in Pune.Madhavrao II-Wikipedia

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