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Maharana Pratap Singh - Download as Word Doc .doc /.docx), PDF File [2] Bollywood Sargam [3] [4] links Biography of Rana Pratap Singh in MAHARANA - Download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt), PDF File .pdf), Text Download as PPT, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd for the freedom of his motherland is etched as a golden chapter in the annals of history. Rajasthan owes its rich history to the glorious tales of its brave-hearts. Maharana Pratap, the Chairman and Managing Trustee of Maharana Mewar Charitable.

So long as the people of Mewar swore by their Maharana, Akbar could not realize his ambition of being the Jahanpanah of Hindustan. He had sent several emissaries to Mewar to get Rana Pratap to agree to sign a treaty but the letter was only willing to sign a peace treaty whereby the sovereignty of Mewar would be intact.

In the course of the year , Akbar sent six diplomatic missions to Mewar to get Rana Pratap to agree to the former's suzerainty but Rana Pratap turned down each one of them. The last of these missions was headed by Raja Man Singh, the brother-in-law of Akbar himself. Maharana Pratap, angered that his fellow Rajput was aligned with someone who had forced the submission of all Rajputs, refused to sup with Raja Man Singh.

The lines were completely drawn now - Akbar understood that Maharana Pratap would never submit and he would have to use his troops against Mewar. With the failure of efforts to negotiate a peace treaty in , Akbar blockaded Mewar from the rest of the world and alienated Mewar's traditional allies, some of whom were Maharana Pratap's own kith and kin.

Akbar then tried to turn the people of the all-important Chittor district against their king so they would not help Pratap. He appointed Kunwar Sagar Singh, a younger brother of Pratap, to rule the conquered territory, However, Sagar, regretting his own treachery, soon returned from Chittor, and committed suicide with a dagger in the Mughal Court.


Shakti Singh, Pratap's younger brother now with the Mughal army, is said to have fled the Mughal court temporarily and warned his brother of Akbar's actions. In preparation for the inevitable war with the Mughals, Maharana Pratap altered his administration.

He moved his capital to Kumbhalgarh, where he was born. He commanded his subjects to leave for the Aravali mountains and leave behind nothing for the approaching enemy - the war would be fought in a mountain terrain which the Mewar army was used to but not the Mughals.

It is a testament to the young king's respect amongst his subjects that they obeyed him and left for the mountains.

The Bhils of the Aravalis were completely behind him. The army of Mewar now raided Mughal trade caravans going from Delhi to Surat. A section of his army guarded the all important Haldighati Pass, the only way to get into Udaipur from the North. Maharana Pratap himself undertook several penances, not because his finances forced him to do so, but because he wished to remind himself, and all his subjects, why they were undertaking this pain - to win back their freedom, their right to exist as they wished.

He foreswore that he would eat from leaf-plates, would sleep on the floor and would not shave. In his self-inflicted state of penury, the Maharana lived in mud-huts made from mud and bamboo.

In , the famous battle of Haldighati was fought with 20, Rajputs against a Mughal army of 80, men commanded by Raja Man Singh. The battle was fierce though indecisive, to the Mughal army's astonishment.

Maharana Pratap's army was not defeated but Maharana Pratap was surrounded by Mughal soldiers. It is said that at this point, his estranged brother, Shakti Singh, appeared and saved the Rana's life.

Another casualty of this war was Maharana Pratap's famous, and loyal, horse Chetak, who gave up his life trying to save his Maharana. After this war, Akbar tried several times to take over Mewar, failing each time. Maharana Pratap himself was keeping up his quest for taking Chittor back.

However, the relentless attacks of the Mughal army had left his army weaker, and he barely had enough money to keep it going. It is said that at this time, one of his ministers, Bhama Shah, came and offered him all this wealth - a sum enabling Maharana Pratap to support an army of 25, for 12 years.

It is said that before this generous gift from Bhama Shah, Maharana Pratap, anguished at the state of his subjects, was beginning to lose his spirit in fighting Akbar. In one incident that caused him extreme pain, his children's meal - bread made from grass - was stolen by a dog. It is said that this cut into Maharana Pratap's heart deeply. He began to have doubts about his resolute refusal to submit to the Mughals. Perhaps in one of these moments of self doubt - something each and every human being goes through - Maharana Pratap wrote to Akbar demanding "a mitigation of his hardship".

Overjoyed at this indication of his valiant foe's submission, Akbar commanded public rejoicing, and showed the letter to a literate Rajput at his Court, Prince Prithiraj. He was the younger brother of Rai Singh, the ruler of Bikaner, a State established some eighty years earlier by the Rathores of Marwar. He had been compelled to serve Akbar because of his kingdom's submission to the Mughals. An award-winning poet, Prithiraj was also a gallant warrior and a longtime admirer of the brave Maharana Pratap Singh.

He was astonished and grieved by Maharana Pratap's decision, and told Akbar the note was the forgery of some foe to defame the Mewar king.

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He composed the couplets that have become famous in the annals of patriotism. Biography[ edit ] Early life and accession[ edit ] Maharana Pratap was born in a Rajput family. Pratap also had 2 stepsisters: Chand Kanwar and Man Kanwar. He was married to Ajabde Punwar of Bijolia. The desire of the nobles prevailed. Battle of Haldighati[ edit ] Main article: Battle of Haldighati The bloody Siege of Chittorgarh in had led to the loss of the fertile eastern belt of Mewar to the Mughals.

However, the rest of the wooded and hilly kingdom was still under the control of the Rana. The Mughal emperor Akbar was intent on securing a stable route to Gujarat through Mewar; when Pratap Singh was crowned king Rana in , Akbar sent a number of envoys entreating the Rana to become a vassal like many other Rajput leaders in the region.

When the Rana refused to personally submit to Akbar, war became inevitable. The Mughals were victorious and inflicted significant casualties among the Mewaris but failed to capture Maharana. The site of the battle was a narrow mountain pass at Haldighati near Gogunda , modern day Rajsamand in Rajasthan.A History of Jaipur.

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Pratap maintained that he had no intention to fight with Akbar but he could not bow down to Akbar and accept him as his suzerainty. Pratap Singh, in deference to his father's wishes, decided to let his half-brother Jagmal become the next king. Some people have observed that graphic novels bring the classic works of literature to a new audience.

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