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Current region  Pune, India
Place of origin  Konkan, India
The Bhat family tree in Black background with the name in blue box and lines, From top 1st row, Balaji Vishwanath, 2nd row from left, Baji Rao I + Mastani,  Baji Rao + Kashibai, Chimaji Appa + Bhiubai, Rakhmabai, Anubai, 3rd Row from left, Shamshef Bahadur + Mehrambai
Balaji Baji Rao, Raghunathrao + Anandibai, Sadashivrao Bhau, 4th Row from left, Ali Bahadur, Vishwasrao, Madhavrao I + Ramabai, Narayan Rao + Gangabai, Baji Rao, 5th Row from left, Madhavrao, Nana Sahib.

Members  Vishwanathpant (Visaji) BhattBalaji VishwanathBajirao IBalaji BajiraoMadhavrao PeshwaNarayanrao PeshwaRaghunathraoSawai Madhava Rao II NarayanBaji Rao II
Similar  Pooja Bhatt, Alia Bhatt, Rahul Bhatt

Maratha Empire Family Tree | Hindu Dynasties

The Peshwa family earlier known as Bhat family is a prominent Indian family who dominated in India for around 100 years in 18th century. Most of the members in this family were the Prime Ministers in Peshwa Era and that became the surname later. During the regime, most of the part of India was under their control. The last Peshwa, Baji Rao II, was defeated by the British East India Company in the Third Anglo-Maratha War in 1818. The territory was annexed to the British East India Company's Bombay province, and he was pensioned off.


First generation

On top USEFULCHARTS with three rectangular shape in color red(left) blue(middle) yellow(right) with a title “Maratha Empire Family Tree” in black background below is a cream background with orange and red box, with image and name, on the left, 1st row from left, Shahaji, Sharifiji, Venkoii, Mohite, Sambhaji, Mohite, 2nd row from left, Saibai, Shivaji Chhatrapati 1674-1680, Soyarabai, Hambirrao Mohite, 3rd row from left, Sambhaji, Tarabai, Rajaram, Raiasbai, 4th row from left, Shahu j, Shivaji II, 5th row from left, SHINOE DYNASTY, SATARA BRANCH, KOLHAPUR BRACH, At the right, 1st row from left, BHAT DYNASTY, 2nd row from left, Kashibai, Baji Rao I Peshwa 1720-1740, Mastani, 3rd row from left, s Balaji Rao, Raghunat Rao, Shamsher Bahadur.

  • Balaji Vishwanath (1662–1720) was the first of a series of hereditary Peshwas (Marathi for Prime Minister) hailing from the Marathi Chitpavan Brahmin family who gained effective control of the Maratha Empire during the 18th century. Balaji Vishwanath assisted a young Maratha Emperor Chhatrapati Shahu, grandson of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, to consolidate his grip on a kingdom that had been racked by civil war and persistent attack by the Mughals under Aurangzeb. He was called "the second founder of the Maratha State."
  • Second generation

    Balaji married Radhabai Barve (16??–1752) and had two sons & two daughters.

  • Baji Rao I (18 August 1700 – 28 April 1740), also known as Bajirao I, was a noted general who served as the Maratha Peshwa (Prime Minister) to the fourth Chhatrapati (Emperor) Chhatrapati Shahu Raje Bhonsle of the Maratha Empire from 1720 until Bajirao's death. He is also known as Thorale (Marathi for Elder) Bajirao.
  • Chimaji Appa (1707–1741) was the son of Balaji Vishwanath Bhat and the younger brother of Bajirao Peshwa of Maratha Empire. He was an able military commander who liberated the western coast of India from Portuguese rule. The crowning glory of his career was the capture of Vasai fort from the Portuguese in a hard fought battle.
  • Bhiubai – She married Abaji Joshi of Baramati, brother of the banker Balaji Naik famed as Bajirao I's "most tormenting creditor".
  • Anubai - She married Venkatrao Ghorpade of Ichalkaranji. Their heirs ruled the state of Ichalkaranji till 1947.
  • Third generation

    Bajirao was married to Kashibai (née Barve), and had two sons together: Balaji Bajirao Peshwa (Nanasaheb) was later appointed Peshwa by Shahu in 1740. Their second son was named Raghunathrao. Bajirao also took Mastani as the second wife who was the daughter of Maharaja Chhatrasal of Panna by a Persian Muslim wife. Chimajiappa was married to Rakhmabai (Pethe family). He had only son, Sadashivrao known popularly as Sadashivrao Bhau who led the Maratha forces in the Third Battle of Panipat against Ahmad Shah Abdali. Rakhmabai died shortly after Sadashivrao's birth, which led to Chimajiappa's second marriage to Annapuurnabai. Bajirao and Mastani had son named Shamsher Bahadur

  • Balaji Baji Rao (Nanasaheb) (8 December 1720 – 23 June 1761), also known as Nana Saheb Peshwa was son of Bajirao and Kashibai. Chattrapati Shahu, at time of his death, appointed Balaji Baji Rao Peshwa of Maratha Empire. He contributed to development of Pune, India. Under his reign, borders of Maratha Empire crossed Peshawar (presently in Pakistan) by 1760 AD . However, he is also held responsible for defeat of Marathas at the Battle of Panipat (1761).
  • Raghunathrao (b. 18 Aug.1734 – d. 11 Dec.1783) was Peshwa of the Maratha Empire from 1773 to 1774. He is credited with expanding the Maratha Kingdom to include far-flung areas such as Attock in present-day Pakistan, but is also considered to have caused the downfall of the Peshwa Dynasty. He is nicknamed as Ragho Bharari since he is instrumental in planting the triumphant Hindu Maratha flag till Attock in present-day Pakistan.
  • Janardan Rao who died young
  • Sadashivrao Bhau (4 August 1730 – 14 January 1761) was the son of Chimaji Appa and Rakhmabai and the nephew of Peshwa Baji Rao I. He served as the Sarsenapati (commander-in-chief) of the Maratha army at the third battle of Panipat. He died fighting at the third battle of Panipat.
  • Shamsher Bahadur I (Krishna Rao) (1734 - 1761) also spelled as Samsher Bahadur, a.k.a. Krishnasinh, was a Maratha ruler of the dominion of Banda in northern India. He was the son of Shreemant Peshwa Bajirao I and Mastani.
  • Fourth generation

    Sadashivrao Bhau’s first wife's name was Umabai. She gave birth to two sons who died as soon. Umabai died in 1750. His second wife was Parvatibai. She accompanied Sadashivrao bhau during the battle of Panipat.

  • Vishwasrao (March 7, 1741 – January 14, 1761) was the eldest son of Balaji Baji Rao, Peshwa of Pune (Poona) (the prime minister and de facto ruler/administrator) of the Maratha Empire and also was the heir to the title of Peshwa of Maratha Empire. He was killed during the period of the most intense fighting (Approx. between 01pm and 02:30pm) at Third Battle of Panipat, fighting on the front lines. It is generally accepted that the third battle of Panipat, which hung in balance till his death, moved decisively in favour of the Afghans and ended up in victory of Durrani Empire.
  • Madhavrao I (or Pradhanpant Shrimant Madhavrao (Ballal) Peshwa I a.k.a. Thorle Madhav Rao Peshwa ) (14 February 1745 – 18 November 1772) was fourth Peshwa of the Maratha Empire. During his tenure, Maratha power recovered from the losses suffered during the Panipat Campaign, a phenomenon known as "Maratha Resurrection". He is considered as one of the greatest personalities of the Maratha history.
  • Narayan Rao (10 August 1755 – 30 August 1773) was the fifth Peshwa or ruler of the Maratha Empire from November 1772 until his murder in August 1773. He married Gangabai Sathe who later gave birth to Sawai Madhavrao Peshwa.
  • Baji Rao II (10 January 1775 – 28 January 1851), also Rao Pandit Pandham, was the son of Peshwa Raghunathrao and Anandibai was Peshwa of the Maratha Empire, and governed from 1796 to 1818.
  • Ali Bahadur (Krishna Sinh) (1758-1802), was a Nawab of the dominion of Banda (present day Uttar Pradesh) in northern India, a vassal of Mahratta polity. He was the son of Shamsher Bahadur I (Krishna Rao) and the grandson of Shreemant Peshwa Bajirao I Under the auspices of the powerful Maratha nobles, Ali Bahadur established his authority over large parts of Bundelkhand and became the Nawab of Banda. His son and successor Shamsher Bahadur II held allegiance towards the Maratha polity and fought the English in the Anglo-Maratha War of 1803
  • Fifth generation

    Madhavrao was the son of Peshwa Narayanrao and his wife, Gangabail Gangabai (Nee, Sathe) was pregnant at the time of Narayanrao's murder. After Narayanrao's murder, Raghunathrao became Peshwa but was soon deposed by the courtiers and knights of the Maratha Empire. They instead installed Gangabai's new born son, Sawai Madhavrao as the Peshwa with the courtiers themselves, led by Nana Fadnavis, as the Regents.His time in power was dominated by the political intrigues of Nana. He was made Peshawa when his age was barely 40 days. He is the youngest Peshawa/King ever seen in the history.

  • Madhavrao II (b. 18 Apr. 1774 – d. 27 Oct. 1795), (a.k.a. ' Sawai Madhavrao Peshwa or Madhav Rao II Narayan), was Peshwa of the Maratha Empire in India, from his infancy. He was known as Sawai Madhav Rao or Madhav Rao Narayan. He was the posthumous son of Narayanrao Peshwa, murdered in 1773 on the orders of Raghunathrao Madhavrao was considered the legal heir, and was installed as Peshwa by the treaty of Salbai in 1782. He was made Peshawa when he was barely 40 days. He is the youngest Peshawa/King ever seen in history.
  • Nana Sahib (born 19 May 1824 – disappeared 1857), born as Dhondu Pant, was an Indian, Maratha aristocrat, who led the Cawnpore rebellion during the Indian Rebellion of 1857. As the adopted son of the exiled Maratha Peshwa Baji Rao II, he was entitled to a pension from the English East India Company. The Company's refusal to continue the pension after his father's death, as well as what he perceived as high-handed policies, compelled him to lead the First Indian Revolution against the British and seek freedom from company rule in India. He forced the British garrison in Cawnpore to surrender, and gained control of Cawnpore for a few days. He later disappeared, after his forces were defeated by a British force that recaptured Cawnpore. He also led the battle at Gwalior with Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi; but was unsuccessful as many Indian Kings sided the British including the Afghanis, Sikhs & Gorkhas. His body was never found after the war. Till date there are theories that he was seen alive at many places after the Revolution was mercilessly crushed by the British. Nana Sahib was born as Nana Govind Dhondu Pant, to Narayan Bhatt and Ganga Bai.
  • Shamsher Bahadur II, Nawab of Banda 1802/1825, died 1823/1825 son of Ali Bahadur I
  • Nawab Zulfikar Ali, Nawab of Banda in 1802 and 1825/1850, son of Ali Bahadur I. He was married and had issue.
  • Nawab Ali Bahadur II, Nawab of Banda 1850/1858, son of Ali Bahadur I. He was married and had issue, three sons. He died 1873.
  • Jagat Bahadur fl.1833 son of Ali Bahadur I
  • References

    Bhat family Wikipedia