Shivaji's Tiger Claw Weapon: It's Significance & How it Landed with the  British

Shivaji's Tiger Claw Weapon: It's Significance & How it Landed with the British

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In 1659, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj held metal claws, or wagh nakh, concealed in his hand and disembowelled his opponent Afzal Khan the commander of the opposing Bijapur army

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