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Scorpio Man Love, Lust, and ObsessionScorpio Man Love, Lust, and Obsession by Nikita Gharat
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I think she has described, the Scorpio man point blank. What I liked is the fact that she has elaborated the Scorpio stare.

She let's the girl in love with a Scorpio man distinguish between love and lust. It is true that Scorpio men are known for the loyalty but they can also be brutal heartbreakers. This book helps in finding out whether you are with a keeper or breaker. Also, there are additional chapters such as Scorpio man and eros signs, which help in knowing "what triggers the particular scorpio man".

The book has detailed insight, I loved reading it. Recommended for those in love with a Scorpio man and also for those who are Scorpio themselves.

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Chimaji Appasaheb Peshwa: The Slayer of Portuguese Regime Chapter

by Prakash Harischandra


Chimaji Appasaheb Peshwa: The Slayer of Portuguese Regime

The 11 years-old Chimna Balaji Ballal Bhat was married to Rakhmabai Pethe. She was 4 years younger than him. Both children would play whenever either would visit each other’s houses. At that time, she was not staying with him owing to her tender age. She would only visit her husband during festivities. Then she would stay there for a few days and go back home. 

Kashibai would treat young Chimna and Rakhma with lot of love and care. To say, she would play second mother to the couple. When Chimaji Appa became 15 years old, Rakhmabaisaheb hit puberty. She then came to stay with him at Saswad. As a few years passed, the couple got closer. By now, Chimaji Appa had started to accompany his brother Peshwa Bajirao for various mohims. He never failed to write letters to his beloved wife along with his Vahinisaheb (sister-in-law) Kashibai and Matoshree baisaheb (Radhabai). 

His letters to Rakhmabaisaheb were full of love and poetry. He was very fond of her and missed her during the long months of battlefield. There was also a good reason for his love for her. Rakhmabai was a beauty.  She looked like an earthly reincarnation of goddess laxmi. She had translucent fair skin with dark brown eyes. Long silky tresses for hair and thin waist. Her voice was melodious and calm. She loved her husband but she was not a pushover. She questioned and argued but with logic and sense. She voiced her opinions firmly but respectfully. 

Unlike, Kashibai who willingly believed anything her husband or for that matter anyone told her. Rakhmabaisaheb reasoned things and didn’t let the new status get into her husband’s head. She kept him rooted to the earth while praising his intelligence and bravado. 
Chimaji Appa had now become Shrimant Chimaji Appasaheb. His elder brother had begun to place the responsibilities of administration on him. Things were moving in and out with his consent. Although, the final word stayed with Bajirao 1, it was his younger brother who was gaining control. 

Still, he revealed his vulnerabilities and soft heart in front of his Rakhma. She nourished it with utmost love and care. Soon, the time came when the couple began to expect a fruit of their love. Chimaji Appa was moved by the courage and intelligence as well as passion of Suryaputra Karna. He prayed to Lord Shiva that Karan be reborn as his son. However, the first male heir died in a few months. 

The couple was heartbroken. In 2-3 years, god finally listened to their prayer. A son with shine and aura of the Sun was born on 4th August 1730, as blessing of Mahadev. Chimaji Appa was too happy. He named him Sadashiv. 

Bajirao 1 was also extremely happy. He proudly told his mother and brother that little Sadashiv would ... read the full chapter in the book
Chimaji Appasaheb Peshwa: The Slayer of Portuguese Regime by Prakash Harischandra


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