Shivaji Leadership

While Shiva was accompanied mostly by his mother, Samba lived with his father Sashays at present day Bangor). His father, Sashays, was a Martha general who rendered military services at various times against the Bujumbura Sultanate and the Mussels. Sashays following in the footsteps of his father Mallow Boohoos, began service with the young Mishmash of Mohammedan and together with Mali Amber, Minima’s minister, he won back most of the districts for the Mishmash from the Mussels who had gained it during their attack of 1600.

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Thereafter, Louisiana Jihad, Chaise’s father-in- law, attacked Sashays at the Manual fort and laid a siege. Sashays was accompanied by Ojibwa, who was four months pregnant. After seeing no relief coming from Ninja, Sashays decided to vacate the fort and planned his escape. He sent Ojibwa off to the safety of Shiver fort, which was under his control. It was here at Shiver that Shiva was born. During the period of Shiva’s birth, the power in Decca was shared by three Sultanates – Bujumbura, Mohammedan, and Golden.

Most of the then Martha forces had pledged their loyalties to one of these Sultanates and were engaged in a continuous game of mutual alliances and aggression. Sashays Raja decided to part ways with the Mishmash Sultanate and raise the manner of independence and establish an independent kingdom. And soon Mohammedan fell to the McHugh emperor Shah Johan, and shortly thereafter Sashays responded by attacking the McHugh garrison there and regained control of this region again.

In response the Mussels sent a much larger force in 1635 to recover the area back and forced Sashays to retreat into Manual. The result of this was that Dahlias of Bujumbura agreed to pay tribute to the Mussels in return for the authority to rule this region in 1636. Thereafter, Sashays was inducted by Dahlias of Bujumbura and was offered a distant jaggier (landholding) at present-day Bangor, but he was allowed to keep his old land tenures and holdings in Pun.

Sashays thus kept c hanging his loyalty among Mishmash, Dahlias and the Mussels but always kept his jaggier at Pun and his small force of men with him. Influence Fijian Even when he was a little child his mother Ojibwa used to tell him stories of heroes, of saints and sages who appear in the Ramadan, the Inhabitants and the Purina’s. As Shiva listened to these tales of heroism and Dharma deeds, he grew more and more eager to be like Ram or Krishna, BEMA or Aragua. He was further blessed in that he had for his teacher and guides such a great man as Addis Condoned was.

He was also inspired by the memories of the glorious empire of the Visionary Kings in Karakas. Her piety and commitment to indigenous culture molded Shiva’s character. His mother made an indelible impression on him with her teachings, with her love for the homeland and its people. Shiva learned much from his father’s failed attempts at political independence, his exceptional military capabilities and achievements, his knowledge of Sanskrit, Hindu ethos, patronage of the arts, is war strategies and peacetime diplomacy.

He was inspired and informed by his family’s vision and quest for independence and freedom. Furthermore, his mother, having lost her father and three brothers to a treacherous p lot hatched by Mishmash, was opposed to those who she considered alien rulers, due to their suspicions and callousness toward the local population. Ojibwa thus instilled in Shiva a natural love for self-determination and an aversion to external political domination. Influence of Dadoes Conked Dadoes Conked was in the services of Sashays Raja Bonsai©, as the instructor.

Dadoes Conked, despite being a Brahmins, was an expert in warfare, and particularly skilled in swordsmanship. Sashays sent Dadoes Conked along with council of ministers to look after Chaise’s wife Jamaica and son Shiva and to look after the chair as well from 1637 till his death 1649 at the age of 72. Shiva was tutored in Sanskrit and war tactics none else than by his own father who was a scholar of Sanskrit and a veteran of wars this happened between 1641-1642; when he had visited Bangle along with his mother. After returning to Pun in 1642, Shiva trained in Law and justice by his other,Maharaja and Ojibwa did a role of Sub-Justice of Pun Scuba, at the age of 14, Maharaja Punished Rang Patti-Ranker of Arena village related to rape case. Oath of Swarms Sashays appointed young Shiva, under the care of his mother Ojibwa, to manage the Pun holdings. A small council of ministers was appointed to assist and train Shiva in administration. This council included Shampoo Militant as Pesewa (Prime Minister), Balalaikas Pant as Mazurka, Uruguayan Ballad as Sabina, Sonorant as Dhabi and Dadoes Conked as a mentor.

Apart from these ministers, military commanders Kanji Jed and Baja Pastoral were pointed to train Shiva in martial arts. In 1644, Sashays had Ala Mall built in Pun for his wife and his son Shiva. A royal seal in Sanskrit which read, This is the royal seal of Shiva, son of Sashays. This royal seal is for the welfare of people. This seal (the rule of the seal) will grow like the new moon grows, was handed to Shiva. Thus Shiva started his career as an independent young prince of a small kingdom on a mission.

Shiva used the title of Raja (king) only after Chaise’s death. Jojoba’s piety and commitment to indigenous culture and her recounting f tales from the great Indian epics of Inhabitant, Ramadan and Begat Gait molded Shiva’s character and helped him to be peerless (as confirmed by even otherwise inimical chroniclers, Chaff Khan) especially in his tolerant attitude towards other religions as well as in his fair and kind treatment of women and non-combatants.

Chaise’s vision, and Jojoba’s teachings and motivation, and the able training by statesmen and administrators like Dadoes Condoned, military commanders such as Somali Nazi Panoramas and Baja Pastoral were the main influences which groomed Shiva in 2 achieving greatness. Shiva along with his Naval friends and soldiers took a blood oath to fight for the “Swarthy” at Readership temple. 3 THE JOURNEY TOWARDS SUPREMACY The Tirana Endeavourer Shiva Maharajah’s task of building up an independent kingdom too was to be accomplished with the help of forts only. At the young age of sixteen he captured one of the forts.

It was the fort of Tornado, Tirana. The Fall of Faze Khan Dahlias sent Faze Khan, a seasoned commander and an accomplished warrior, to destroy Shiva in an effort to put down what was seen by Bujumbura as a regional revolt. After leaving Bujumbura Faze Khan desecrated Hindu temples at Adulator and Panhandler to draw an emotionally overwrought Shiva to the plains to retaliate with his limited military resources and thus lead him and his budding military power to easy destruction by the numerically advantaged, better armed and a more professional Bujumbura army.

Shiva, upon carefully weighing his options, strategically decided to stay in the hills and surprise Faze Khan under the guise of diplomatic negotiations. Shiva sent a letter to Faze Khan stating that he was not eager for confrontation and sought some type of understanding. A meeting was arranged between Faze Khan and Shiva at the foothills of Fort Paragraph. Expecting certain skullduggery from Faze Khan, Shiva armed himself with the concealable weapons biochip (dagger) and wage Nash (tiger claws) and wore a chalked (chain- mail armor) under his clothing for the meeting.

What transpired during the meeting was not recorded by scribes, but folklore has it that Faze Khan pretended to graciously embrace Shiva as per custom and attempted to stab Shiva in the back with a Qatar(a short waist- hosted dagger). Shiva’s agility, strength and his armor in addition to being repaper for such an occurrence helped him survive this attack. Shiva sharply drew his wage Nash and counter-attacked, disemboweling Faze Khan.

The Battle of Godchild Sensing that enemy cavalry was fast closing in on them Shiva sought to avoid defeat and capture. Baja Pariah Deckhands, a Martha cards along with 300 soldiers, volunteered to fight to the death to hold back the enemy at Good Kind (a mountain pass in Gaper which is 4 miles from Visual) to give Shiva and the rest of the army a chance to reach the safety of Visual. In the ensuing Battle of Paean Kind, Baja Pariah Deckhands fought limitlessly.

He was almost fatally wounded but he held on and continued to fight until he heard the sound of cannon fire from Visual, signaling Shiva had reached the fort. The result was the death of 300 Martha and 1,286 of Dahlia’s troops in this fierce battle. Shiva reached the fort on July 13, 1660. Thereafter a truce was made between Shiva and Dahlias through Sashays, acknowledging and formally recognizing the independence of Shiva’s Kingdom. 4 In addition, as the terms of this accord, Panola Fort was awarded to Side Sahara. [6].

Good Kind (kind = ” a narrow mountain pass”) was renamed Paean Kind Sacred Pass) in honor of Biography Deckhands, Siphoning Jihad, Fulfill, people from Band’ community and all other soldiers who fought in Good Kind (People from Vandal community were specially selected by Shiva while escaping from Panola for their knowledge of the region, rock combing skills, martial qualities). A small memorial stands even today in the pass in recognition of the heroism of Biography and his men. This remained the situation until the death of Sashays. Henceforth the Martha became a formal and recognized power in the Decca.

The debacle of Shasta Khan Shasta Khan was ordered by Rearrange to attack Shiva per the McHugh-Dahlias accord. Shasta Khan, with his better equipped and provisioned army of 1 00,000 that was many times the size of the Martha forces, seized Pun and the nearby fort of Chain. At the time, Foraging Narwhals was the killdeer (Commander of the fort) of fort Chain, which was defended by 300- 350 Martha soldiers. They were able to withstand the McHugh attack on the fort for one and a half month. Then, a burr (outer wall) was blown up with explosives.

This created an opening to the fort allowing hordes of Mussels to breach the exterior portion of the fort. Foraging, himself led the Martha against a larger McHugh army. Eventually, the fort was lost with the capture of Foraging, who then was brought before Shasta Khan, who, appreciating his ferocious bravery, offered him a chair (military commission) on the condition that he join the McHugh forces, which Foraging declined. Admiring his loyalty, Shasta Khan pardoned Foraging and set him free. Foraging returned home and Shiva awarded him a fort named Bullhead.

Shasta Khan pressed his advantage of larger, better provisioned and heavily armed McHugh army and made inroads into some of the Martha territory. Although he held Pun for almost a year, he had little further success. He had set up his residence at Ala Mall, Shiva’s palace, in the city of Pun. Seeing that Shasta was not able to subdue Shiva, Rearrange sent Maharaja Assonant Sings(a Ragout- who earlier on the orders of Shah Johan had stopped Rearrange at the river Tap, when Rearrange was trying to ascend the throne of Delhi) to help Shasta Khan.

Shasta Khan kept a tight security in Pun. However, Shiva planned an attack on Shasta Khan amidst tight security. In April 1 663, a wedding party had obtained special permission for procession; Shiva planned an attack using the wedding party as cover. The Martha disguised themselves as the bridegroom’s procession and entered Rune. Shiva, having spent much of his youth in Pun, knew his way around the city and his own palace of Ala Mall. Chainman Deckhands- one of the childhood friends of Shiva aided him in this attack offering his services as a personal bodyguard.

According to Abashed Appearance, since McHugh army also consisted of Martha soldiers, it was difficult for someone to distinguish between Shiva’s Martha soldiers and the Martha soldiers of the McHugh army. Thus, taking advantage of this situation n, Shiva, along with a few of his trusted men, infiltrated the McHugh camp. After overpowering and slaying of the palace guards, the Martha broke into the mansion by breaking through a wall. Chainman and Innate Pillar entered first to provide cover for Shiva. Baja Deckhands another of Shiva’s long time loyal associates accompanied him on the attack.

Observing that Ala Mall was under attack, Shasta hid in the ‘harem'(ladies’ section). Shiva 5 then personally confronted Shasta Khan in a ‘face to face’ attack. Perceiving he danger, one of Siesta’s wives quickly turned off the lights. Shiva pushed Shasta Khan and severed three of his fingers with his sword (in the darkness) as he fled through an open window. Shasta Khan narrowly escaped death and lost his son and many of his guards and soldiers in the raid. Within twenty-four hours of this attack, Shasta Khan left Pun and headed North towards Agar.

An angered Rearrange transferred him to distant Bengal as a punishment for bringing embarrassment to the Mussels with his ignoble defeat in Pun. The Treaty of Piranha In 1664 Shiva invaded Sugar, an important and wealthy McHugh trading city, and looted it to replenish his now depleted treasury and also as a revenge for the capture and looting of Martha territory by Shasta Khan. Rearrange got angry as he looted one of his prosperous cities. (Sugar was again sacked by Shiva in 1670. ) Rearrange was enraged and sent Mira Raja Jag Sings I with an army numbering well over 100,000 to defeat Shiva.

The McHugh forces under Raja Jag Sings proved to be unstoppable in the battles and Shiva lost so many forts and large number of men that he decided to surrender for the time-being and come to terms with Rearrange rather than lose more forts and en. In the ensuing treaty of Persuade, signed between Shiva and Jag Sings on June 11, 1665, Shiva agreed to give up 23 of his forts and pay 400,000 rupees to the Mussels. He also agreed to let his son Samba become a McHugh Cards, serve the McHugh court of Rearrange and fight with Mussels against Bujumbura.

He actually fought with Raja Jag Sing’s McHugh forces against Abjurer’s forces for a few months. His commander, Innate Pillar, joined Mussels, was rewarded very well for his bravery, converted to Islam, changed his name to Quail Mohammed Khan in 1666 and was sent to the Afghan frontier to fight the restive tribes. He turned to Shiva after ten years in 1676 and was reconverted to Hinduism on Shiva’s order. The Gondola combat Gondola fort, on the outskirts of Pun, was still under McHugh control. Day Ban Rather, the fort keeper, led an army of about 1,500 Ragouts and Mussels for the protection of the fort.

On February 4, 1670 Shiva’s deputed one of his most senior and trusted generals, Tanana Maulers, to head a mission to capture Gondola. At that time, Tannin’s son’s (Rabbi’s) wedding plans were underway. However, putting his duty for the Martha Kingdom over his family he said “Aid lagan Concordance, magma major Ribcage” (First Sonata’s aria GE, and then my son Rabbi’s) The Martha army under Tanana Maulers assigned to capture the fort was much smaller than the McHugh army posted at the fort. Tanana Maulers surveyed the fort and its defenses for some days. The fort was well guarded.

One very sheer cliff caught Titanic’s eye. This side was least guarded as one COUld not possibly imagine climbing the fort from this steep side. Tanana decided to scale this cliff enter the fort. The legend is that, he used a monitor lizard (known as a groped in Amaranth named “Hesitant” with a rope tied around its body for climbing this cliff 6 on a moonless night. The lizard was made to climb to the top of the fort. As is the characteristic feature of this lizard, it braced and lodged itself in a tight corner of the fort. Then a soldier climbed to the top and threw ropes for others to climb.

Meanwhile Titanic’s brother Surpass moved close to the gates of the fort, namely Sally Drawer, with another 300 Naval. The gates were soon opened and once inside, all his soldiers joined Tanana in the surprise attack. Tanana and Day Ban came face to face and a fierce fight ensued. Day Ban broke Titanic’s shield with a single blow, Tanana was not deterred and continued to fight by rapping his turban around his left hand for protection, to cover up his wounds and stanch the bleeding. Tanana being grievously wounded, staggered back and fell.

Seeing their leader mortally wounded and dying before them, the Martha soldiers started to back- up and retreat, Surpass and Sheller Mama stepped up and assumed leadership. Sheller Mama, an old Cards in his seventies, took charge and faced to challenge Day Ban and killed him in short order. Surpass, then stepped in front and center to rally the troops and led them back on the offensive. Legend and folk lore has it that, after the fall of Tanana, the mambas nicked and made a hasty retreat. Seeing this, Surpass commented, “Why are you running like sheep?

I have cut the ropes and all the escape routes are gone. Now we either fight or die. ” Martha now out of any other options, charged the McHugh defenders fiercely and succeeded in capturing the fort. When Shiva reached the fort after the victory, he was deeply bereaved at the loss of his good friend Tanana. He sadly commented “Gad ala pun Sinai gala” (The fort was won but the lion was lost). Thereafter Gondola Fort was renamed Shanghai (Lion Fort) to honor Tanana Malamute’s sacrifice and bravery. Ashtray Sultanas Kindheartedness Cathartic Shiva Maharaja.

Shiva was formally crowned as Chattier (meaning the Chief, Head or King of Ashtrays) in June 1674 at the Riga fort. He was given the title of Ashtray Sultanas Kindheartedness Cathartic Shiva Maharaja. 7 AN EARLY DEMISE Shiva was an efficient ruler and administrator and ruled with a just and firm hand. During Shiva’s reign the army was very efficient and dependable. Since Shiva ruled a major part of the Western coast area, he also commanded a strong navy force. Shiva is known for his protective and fatherly attitude towards his citizens.

He is remembered till date as a hero who worked for the welfare of his subjects and state. Shiva breathed his last in 1680 after suffering from fever for three whole weeks. 8 THE CATHARTIC IMPACT Shiva Chianti: Shiva Chianti or the birthday of Shiva Maharaja is celebrated on a majestic scale in Maharajah’s. Cathartic Shiva is a hero not only for the people of Maharajah’s but for those of India as well. On the occasion of Shiva Chianti several p recessions are taken out and people dress up like Shiva and his associates.

The birthday is celebrated on a age scale and various programmed remembering the achievements of the great ruler are organized. Ship Seen: Siva Seen, meaning Army of Ship, referring to Shiva, is a far-right political party in India founded on June 19, 1966 by Bleaches Thacker. Cathartic Shiva Terminus and Airport: The world heritage site of Victoria Terminus and Sahara International Airport in Iambi were renamed Cathartic Shiva Terminus and Cathartic Shiva International Airport respectively in Shiva’s honor, as have many public buildings and spaces in Maharajah’s in recent years.

The Intent restate Bus Terminal of New Delhi has also been named after Shiva. University: Shiva University in Oklahoma was established in 1962, is named after the Great Martha Warrior and founder of the Martha empire Cathartic Shiva Postal Stamp: Cathartic Shiva Maharaja Vast Singularly: The Prince of Wales Museum in Iambi was renamed as Cathartic Shiva Maharaja Vast Singularly in Shiva’s honor. Movies, poems, books etc on Shiva and his associates: Shiva is a source of inspiration for a number of artists, directors, actors, writers, Shari (ballad composer), poets and orators.

Films ‘Raja Shiva’ (Amaranth): directed by Ballad Openhanded and the main role was played by Amaranth actor Contraband Mandate. ‘Martha Titus enamelware’ (Amaranth) 9 ‘Gad ala pan sins gala’ (Amaranth) ‘MME Shiva Raja Boohoos Bolt-aha’ (Amaranth): launched in April 2009. The film tries to convey how Shiva Maharaja would have responded to the problems faced by the Amaranth common man in the present times in the city of Iambi. Mashes Manager played the role of Shiva Maharaja in the film.

Elite rater Syrian yogi’: novel written on Shiva Maharajah’s life by Arrant Ideas. Raja Spectrographic: biography authored by Abashed Appearance on his life, which was later brought out as Juanita Raja, a musical tale of Shiva Maharajah’s life. Poetry and music ‘Shivers Babushka’ (Hindi) by Kava Babushka ‘Veda Amaranth IVR dawdle sat’: poem composed by Summary on Shiva Maharaja General Protozoa Gujarat, performed Lata Manageress and Hairbreadth Manageress.

Ballads by Talmudist and Agendas ‘Jay Dive, Jay Dive Jay Jay Shipyard’ and ‘He Hindu Onrushing Pharaoh Shiva Raja’ composed by Vineyard Dammar Sparker, performed by Lata Manageress and Hairbreadth Manageress. Raggedly Jehovah Jag Yet’ (When Riga awakes): by Amaranth playwright Vacant Kankakee based on the complex relationship between Shiva Maharaja and Samba Television Raja Spectrographic: TV serial on Star Pravda, a Amaranth channel of Star India Network. The serial was launched in November 2008 and is expected to run for more than 100 one-hour episodes, in which the role of Raja Shiva is played by Dry.

Mol Koehler In the novel The Ark, the Indian ship is named Shiva 10 LEADERSHIP TRAITS Shiva occupies a special place in the hearts of Amaranth peoples and many others in India due to his, well documented, high moral ode of conduct and his unrelenting drive toward the liberation of India from alien power of the Mussels and the Minims. He laid the foundations of the modern Amaranth identity and infused it with strong martial, moral and chivalric traditions. In his times he squarely and unflinchingly faced daunting challenges such as repeated invasions by huge McHugh and regional Stagnate armies, that would have defeated a lesser leader.

Shiva successfully lead and marshaled his forces to cope and overcome several major enemy invasions of this territories. He was also relentless and inexorable in expanding his kingdoms boundaries. His success was based on his fierce determination to establish a free and independent homeland (Bataan), and the high level of loyalty and respect he inspired in his followers due to his great leadership skills and high moral character. Shiva is well known for his benevolent attitude towards his subjects. He believed that there was a close bond between the state and the citizens.

He encouraged all socio-economic groups to participate in the ongoing political/ military struggle. To this day he is remembered as a just and welfare- minded king. A Just Ruler Democratic: The pattern of administration, Shiva followed was enigmatic. In his time period, the concept of “democracy” was at least 100 years in the future. Nonetheless, his policies were clearly promoting welfare of the common people at the expense of the entrenched feudal system. Paternalistic: He also showcased paternalistic leadership. Shiva is known for his protective and fatherly attitude towards his citizens.

He is remembered till date as a hero who worked for t he welfare of his subjects and state. This kind of a leader knows what is hurting his people and then devises a strategy that will help them achieve their goals against seemingly insurmountable odds. This is how he irked his “magic”. Shiva inspired common people to succeed against overwhelming odds. In Shiva’s times, 90% of the civilians were farmers. They lived in constant fear of losing their income, their property, their life or their women’s dignity to the whims of their rulers. Shiva was well- tuned to the aspirations and fears of these common people.

Treated Women n with Dignity: 11 He protected women’s dignity, especially against those in power, by swiftly and severely punishing those found to be guilty of such crimes. When he was only 15, prior to winning even his first fort, he severely punished a “Patti” – a village chief for raping a farmer’s daughter in his town. Shiva’s last known act of women’s protection occurred when he punished his chief of a military campaign for raping his enemy commander Fair administration: Shiva established a fair system of taxation on farm incomes and employed civilians to collect taxes.

This act established supremacy of civilians over military might. He also established a series of granaries and a system of affordable loans for farmers in need. Despised Discrimination: Shiva promoted common people based on their qualifications. Naturally a majority of his officers were Hindus, but a number f Muslims also held key positions: chief of artillery, chief of navy as well as diplomats. When Shiva visited Agar to attend Arranger’s 50th birthday celebration, his most trusted body guard was Midair Matter – a Muslim teenager! What was the result of all this?

Common citizen had much to gain by helping Shiva and they fought for their cause against two mighty but tyrannical empires with valor and tenacity. A large majority of Shiva’s “jewels” were “commoners” with little or no prior military experience – barbers, farmers, clerks and so on. Ahead of time Thinking A manager knows his people’s strengths and weaknesses, ND ensures to utilize these for furthering his vision. As defined by a very capable diplomat, Array Chancy, Shiva was a “true king” since he was forever striving to further the welfare of his people.

Examples: In any organization, now as well as then, there are two kinds of people: those who work and those who occupy chairs. In Shiva’s times, the chair-occupiers, called Veterinary, ruled by accident of birth. They were often tyrannical. Shiva labeled them “enemies of the nation”, that is, reached dyadic. He wrote a special chapter on techniques for dealing with them in his book of policies, called attendance Support to traders: Shiva promoted commerce by providing businessmen with choice locations at discount prices as well as tax concessions.

His motto was, Sahara he to reached babushka (Business people are jewels of a nation). 12 Origin of the cabinet: Shiva was an efficient ruler and administrator and ruled with a just and firm hand. His government had concepts that we know of now like the Cabinet known as Astrakhan Amanda, foreign affairs known as Dhabi and also an internal intelligence wing. Naval Force: Shiva was the first Indian king to cultivate navy in addition to acquiring land. He had 3 shipyards, hundreds of frigates and many sea forts. He controlled over 300 miles of coastline.

Shiva gave detailed instructions for running a safe military camp just a few months before his coronation The very first shopping mall in the world is in Riga. It was a drive-through mall – except, of course, you rode a horse. 13 EFFICIENT TACTICS Shiva’s brilliant strategic and tactical maneuvering on battlefields and his acute administrative skills helped him to lay the foundations of the future Martha empire in India. War Tactics The Navy: Shiva was he first Indian king to cultivate navy in addition to acquiring land. He had 3 shipyards, hundreds of frigates and many sea forts.

He controlled over 300 miles of coastline. Their pilgrim & merchant ships depended on Europeans in the sea. Under such circumstances Shiva’s stress on naval activities reveals his far-sightedness. He can well be acclaimed as ‘Father of the Indian Navy. ‘ Cue rill Warfare He pioneered Gamin Kava or guerrilla tactics, which leveraged strategic factors like demographics speed, surprise and focused attack to defeat his enemies. In comparison to the great McHugh Empire, Shiva had a smaller army and thereby was obliged to wage guerilla warfare to help overcome this great imbalance.

Revolution in military organization Shiva’s genius is most evident in his military organization which lasted till the demise of the Martha empire. He was one of the pioneers of commando actions (though the term “commando” is modern). Shiva was responsible for a lot of changes in military organization. These include A standing army belonging to the state called page Horses belonged to the state; no individual in his army was allowed to own horses Creation of part time soldiers from peasants who used to work for eight months in the field and supported four months in war.

This light infantry was his innovation and they were the ones who excelled in commando like actions. The introduction of an intelligence department, a navy, and regular chain-of-command Introduction of field craft biz. Guerilla warfare, commando actions, flank attacks; Innovation of weapons and innovative use of traditional weapons like tiger claw or ‘Baghdad’. ‘Vita’ was a weapon invented by Shiva.