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The decline of Islamic rule in Deccan started when Shivaji founded the Maratha Empire by annexing a portion of the Bijapur Sultanate in 1674.
Shivaji later led rebellions against the Mughal rule, thus becoming a symbol of Hindu resistance and self-rule.
The servants under this system provided services to the farmers and economic system of the village. The servants were responsible for tasks specific to their castes.
There were twelve kinds of servants called Bara Balutedar; these were Sonar (goldsmith), Gurav (temple priest), Nhawi (barber), Parit (washerman), Kumbhar (potter), Sutar (carpenter, Lohar (blacksmith), Chambhar (cobbler), Dhor, Koli (fisherman or water carrier), Chougula (assistant to Patil), Mang (rope maker) and Mahar (village watchman and other tasks).
It would engage in attacking the British, Portuguese, Dutch, and Siddi Naval ships and kept a check on their naval ambitions.
Shivaji's son Sambhaji and successor as Chhatrapati led the Marathas valiantly against the much stronger Mughal opponent but in 1689, after being betrayed, he was captured, and then tortured and killed by Mughal emperor, Aurangzeb.The Deshpande belonged to Brahmin or CKP communities. Village society in Marathi areas included the Patil or the head of the village, collector of revenue, and Kulkarni, the village record keeper. The village also used to have twelve hereditary servants called the Balutedar.The Balutedar system was supportive of the agriculture sector.All watandars considered their watan a source of economic power and pride and were reluctant to part with it.
The Watandars were the first to oppose Shivaji because that hurt their economic interests.
Before British rule, Maharashtra region was divided into many revenue divisions.