Mee Radhika- Book 3 The Starry Night At Shaniwarwada "Don't pay attention to Shrimant's mother. Nobody and nothing can harm shrimant. You know how he fought both Sindkheda and Udgir battles. But if you don't do shringar then he'll get angry with you." Radhikabai remembered that Shrimant Vishwasrao had sent half of the nation's silk sarees, gold jewelery, hair accessories and beauty products to her. He particularly took interest in her dressing and shringar. His aunt, Parvatibai, wife of Shrimant Sadashivrao knew that. Parvatibai was the most fashionable of all Peshwa women. Along with being the only one to be trained in warfare and administration. She had the make-up and the defense kit with her. In her spare time, she would practice her defence lessons using her collection of shamshirs, firangis and other talwars. Perhaps, she was the only one who knew how to use the katar
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