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Chatrapati Sivaji of course worshiped Siva's consort Bhavani.

https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g297669-d4092699-r455339198-Mammadev_Temple-Kumbhalgarh_Rajsamand_District_Rajasthan.html

Apparently Rana Pratap worshiped here.

  • I have seen that It is a practice here to put the main question in the body of the question too. That's why i edited it like that way. So, there's no harm in retaining my edit. – Rickross Nov 30 '17 at 16:35
  • Yes, S.K. @Rickross is correct. you can see any SE site ... Ending details with a question is a good practice. It makes question easier to understand. – Mr. Sigma. Nov 30 '17 at 16:43
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    Many of the Peshwas (who later became kings) and fought against invaders were vaishnavas, if we can use the name to show affiliation. – user1952500 Dec 1 '17 at 0:28
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    @SK I have no idea and have no rights to change that. If you want an answer to the question, a quick way will be to look at the times when temples were built, and check if the commissioners of the build (usually kings) fought against invaders. If you want to start a_ discussion_, there may be other reasons why the question is blocked. I think the purpose of HSE is to answer questions, and discussions are to be in the chatrooms. – user1952500 Dec 1 '17 at 1:25
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    @SK those are all arbitrary statements. The bahmanis were 'foreign invaders'. Do you consider Tughlak as a local Indian king? And if you want to want to make assertions, you should name vaishnava rules who did nothing, compare it with the percentages of Shaiva kings who did something. I thought you wanted an answer and was helping you towards it, but it seems you want to build a 'case' as you mention. This is not the board for that, you are better off in chatrooms. – user1952500 Dec 1 '17 at 22:19

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