Parshuram Pant Pratinidhi

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Parshuram Pant Pratinidhi
Pradhan to HRH Emperor Chhatrapati Rajaram of the Maratha Empire,
Pratinidhi of the Maratha Empire,
Chief of Vishalgad & Aundh
Preceded by Bahiroji Pingale
Succeeded by Balaji Vishwanath
Personal details
Born 1660
Kinhai, Satara
(Satara District, Maharashtra)
Died 1718
Aundh, Satara
(Satara District, Maharashtra)

Parshuram Trimbak Kulkarni (1660–1718 CE), popularly known as Parshuram Pant Pratinidhi, was a Minister (Pradhan) and Count (Sardar) of the Maratha Empire. He served as Pratinidhi (Chief Delegate) during Chhatrapati Rajaram and Tarabai’s reign. His contribution to the War of 27 years is considered to be of vital importance. He was also the founder of the princely states of Vishalgad and Aundh in Maharashtra.

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