But Governor General Warren Hastings rejected the Treaty of Purandhar and supported the Bombay government`s cause. The army of the British government of Bombay was severely defeated by the marates and was forced to sign the humiliating Wodgaon Convention (1779 AD). On the other hand, the marates refused to evacuate Delhi unless the emperor and his clan agreed and paid them the promised 5,000,000 rupees. When this could not be arranged, the Marathas plundered Delhi freely. By this time the Peshwars had lost their footing on their mighty leaders and the Maratha empire had become the confederation of five Maratha chiefs. Among them, the Sinias and Holkars became sworn enemies of others. Peshwa Baji Rao II has signed Daulat Rao Sindia against Yashwant Rao Holkar. Warren Hastings refused to accept this agreement and dispatched a large Bengal army under goddard`s command, which took Ahmedabad and Bassein in 1780 AD. But Goddard was defeated in a battle by the Maraths in 1781.
After that, Ramraja worked closely with Peshwa. In 1750, Ramraja signed the famous Sangola Agreement, in which he invested the Peshwa with more authority and was reduced to a titular king. It was in exchange for the pursuit of his rights as Chatrapati and the protection of Tarabai and his henchmen. The Dhyan Mandir of Shri Brahma Chaitanya Gondavalekar Maharaj is about 0.5 km from Sangole on Wadegaon Road. Aalegon, which is 16 km towards Gherdi, is also known for Shri. Siddhanth Temple which has the history of Emperor Adhilashah, This temple is known for its popularity throughout the Sangole region and close to the places. Other temples in the area are the Mhasoba Mandir in Sangole, shree siddhanath Temple in Alegaon (16 km from Sangole) and Satvai Devi Mandir in Pujarwadi. A famous temple of Bhawangiri Maharaj is located in the village of Shirbhavi, 16 km from Sangola.
It was built in 1224. Bhawangiri Maharaj took jivant samadhi to sant Dnyaneshwar Maharaj. And its water purification center, which provides drinking water to 81 villages. He entered into an agreement with the Sayyid brothers (1719) whereby the mogulaire emperor recognized Siyar Shahu as king of Shivaji`s rule, freed all his family members and allowed him to gather Chauth and Sardeshmukhi from the six mogulsubahs of the Deccan. 2) Peshwa Bajiro/Bajirao – I (grandfather) (1720-1740) – son of Balaji Vishwanath. Malharrao Holkar (1693 in Jejuri (Pune district) was born in Jejuri (Pune district) the son of a Khandoji Holkar of Vir. He climbed the ranks of the Maratha army and served under Balaji Vishwanath, Bajirao I. and Balaji Bajirao. He was one of the commanders responsible for Maratha`s success in the North.
A brave warrior and knowledgeable commander, he was one of the officers responsible for Malwa`s income. 3) Portfolio system — this means that the department is provided to the various ministers. But the Indians did not receive a single dept. Therefore, Act of 1858 was a shock to the educated middle class. Sangole is located on the Miraj-Pandharpur railway. Originally, this railway was narrow-track. Between 2009 and 2011, the old narrow lane was converted to the wide track. Sangole station has stops from 11051/52 Solapur- SCSMT Kolhapur Express, 51438/39 Miraj-Kurduwadi Passenger, 22155/56 Solapur-Miraj Superfast Express, 16541/42 Yesvantpur – Pandharpur Weekly Express, 11403/04 Nagpur – Kolhapur Express (PT) and 51425/26 Parli Vaijnath – Miraj Passenger. Balaji`s other enemies, such as Yashwantrao Dabhade, were also depreciated and their property confiscated. In Gujarat, Damaji Gaekwad, who had taken (like Dabhade) his clubs for Tarabai, was forced to submit, and he entrusted his loyalty to the Peshwa. Gaekwad later helped bring all of Gujrat except Surat under Maratha`s reign.