*"The Ghats from Ryghur," plate 6, by J. H. Lynch, London, 1833* (BL):
also: *"The Ghats from Ryghur," plate 2* [*Lynch 1833b*]

An engraved view, 1883

Source: ebay, Mar. 2012

Some of the surviving ruins of Raigarh Fort; most of the fort was later destroyed by the British

Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/71951552@N00/272955932/
(downloaded Mar. 2007)

More of the ruins of Raigarh Fort, Shivaji's capital

Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/loonymoony/286675529/
(downloaded Mar. 2007)

The pavilion in Raigarh Fort where the gaddi, or throne, was placed

Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/loonymoony/286675524/
(downloaded Mar. 2007)

*A modern statue at Raigarh of Shivaji seated on a throne*

Source: http://www.answers.com/topic/raigad-shivaji-side-jpg
(downloaded Mar. 2007)

"The coronation of Shri Shivaji," Chitrashala Press, early 1900's

Source: ebay, June 2006

Shivaji is often portrayed as enthroned, in Mughal-like court dress and surroundings (bazaar art, c.1960's)

Source: http://dhulecity.com/home/home.asp
(downloaded Sept. 2005)

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