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Published on May 2, 2010
A small clip from Sanjay Khan's The Great Maratha teleserial. The series was telecasted sometime in 1993-94 and mainly dealt with the exploits of the great maratha general Mahadji Shinde ( also know as Mahadji Scindhia). Mahadji was instrumental in regaining the maratha prestige in the North India after disastrous Indian defeat in Third Battle of Panipat (1761). Mahadji's shrewd nature also helped him keep the rising british power at bay for more than two decades. Here we see the glorious martyrdom of Mahadji's elder brother, Dattaji Shinde, while defending Delhi from Afghan invaders in Jan 1760. His legacy is well preserved in his last words. His fearless and warrior attitude is seen in this scene, where he proudly says "yes, if survive, I shall continue to fight" ...to enemy about to kill him.