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This article is about the imperial title of Chhatrapati. For the Tollywood film, see Chatrapati (film). Chhatrapati (Marathi: छत्रपती) is an honorific or an imperial title for a Maratha ruler. It is the Marathi counterpart of Emperor and also written as kshetra-pati, the lord, ruler of a domain. The European duke (Her+tog=leader of an army) is comparable with the Maratha senapati. It most notably refers to Chhatrapati Shivaji, founder of the Maratha Empire and his son Sambhaji. Shivaji's royal successors also held the title of Chhatrapati which means Emperor or King of Kings as Kshatriya Pati is King Of Kshatriyas. Contents 1 Etymology 2 The Royal House of Chhatrapati Shivaji 3 The Chhatrapatis of Satara 4 The Chhatrapatis of Kolhapur 5 See also 6 Notes 7 References Etymology The term has is derived from Sanskrit kshatra [dominion]+pati [lord], meaning an emperor. Kshatra also is the root of Kshatrapa and Kshatriya. The Royal House of Chhatrapati Shivaji The following is the list of the Chhatrapatis of the royal house of Shivaji[1]: Chhatrapati Shivaji (1630–1680) Chhatrapati Sambhaji (1680–1689) Chhatrapati Rajaram (1689–1700) Tarabai as a regent of Chhatrapati Shivaji II (1700–1708) Chhatrapati Shahu (1708–1748) The Chhatrapatis of Satara The following is the list of the Chhatrapatis of Satara[1]: Chhatrapati Shahu (1708–1748) Chhatrapati Ramraja (1749–1777) Chhatrapti Shahu II (1777–1808) Chhatrapati Pratapsingh (1808–1839) Chhatrpati Shahaji (1839–1848) The Chhatrapatis of Kolhapur The following is the list of the Chhatrapatis of Kolhapur[1]: Tarabai as a regent of Chhatrapati Shivaji II (1700–1708) Chhatrapati Shivaji II (1700–1712) Chhatrapati Sambhaji II (1712–1760) Chhatrapati Shivaji III (1760–1812) Chhatrapati Shambhu (1812–1821) Chhatrapati Shahaji (1821–1838) Chhatrapati Shivaji IV (1838–1866) Chhatrapati Rajaram II (1866–1870) Chhatrapati Shivaji V (1870–1883) Chhatrapati Shahu IV (1883 – May 6, 1922) Chhatrapati Rajaram III (May 21, 1922 – November 26, 1940) Chhatrapati Shivaji VI (1942 – September 28, 1946) See also Bhonsle Notes ^ a b c Maheshwari, K.K. & K.W. Wiggins (1989). Maratha Mints and Coinage, Nashik: Indian Institute of Research in Numismatic Studies, pp.205–6 References ^ V.S. Kadam, 1993. Maratha Confederacy: A Study in its Origin and Development. Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, New Delhi. D.B. Kasar, Rigveda to Rajgarh – Making of Shivaji the Great. Manudevi Prakashan, Mumbai. v · d · eMaratha Empire Rulers Shivaji · Sambhaji · Raja Ram · Tarabai · Shahu · Rajaram Peshwas Moropant Pingle · Ramchandra Pant Amatya · Bahiroji Pingale · Parshuram Tribak Kulkarni · Balaji Vishwanath · Bajirao · Balaji Bajirao · Madhavrao Ballal · Narayanrao · Raghunathrao · Sawai Madhavrao · Baji Rao II  · Amrutrao  · Nana Sahib Maratha Confederacy Bhonsle of Nagpur · Gaekwad of Baroda · Sindhia of Gwalior · Holkar of Indore Battles Pratapgarh · Kolhapur · Pavan Khind · Surat · Sinhagad · Palkhed · Mandsaur · 1st Delhi · Vasai · Trichinopoly · Expeditions in Bengal · 3rd Panipat · Rakshabhuvan · Panchgaon · Gajendragad · Lalsot · Patan · Kharda · Poona · 2nd Delhi · Assaye · Laswari · Farrukhabad · Bharatpur · Khadki · Koregaon · Mahidpur · Maratha-Mysore War  · full list · Wars Maratha War of Independence · Maratha-Mysore War  · First Anglo-Maratha War  · Second Anglo-Maratha War  · Third Anglo-Maratha War Adversaries Adilshahi · Mughal Empire · Durrani Empire · British Empire · Portuguese Empire · Hyderabad · Kingdom of Mysore Forts Panhala · Pratapgad · Purandar · Raigad · Rajgad · Shivneri · Sindhudurg · Sinhagad · Torna