Pratap Singh, often known as Maharana Pratap, was the Sisodia dynasty’s Hindu Rajput monarch of Mewar from about 9 May 1540 until 19 January 1597. In order to oppose the Mughal empire’s expansionist policies, he engaged in a number of significant engagements with Akbar, notably the Battle of Haldighati in 1576. Pratap rose to fame as a result of his military guerilla tactics, which served as an example to subsequent Mughal rebels like Malik Ambar and Shivaji.
In 1540, the year Udai Singh II of Mewar assumed the kingdom after defeating Vanvir Singh, Maharana Pratap was born to Jaiwanta Bai. Shakti Singh, Vikram Singh, and Jagmal Singh were his younger brothers. Additionally, Chand Kanwar and Man Kanwar were Pratap’s stepsisters. Maharani Ajabde Punwar of BijoliaAmar Singh I was his wife.He was a member of the Mewar Royal Family.Rani Dheer Bai wanted her son Jagmal to replace Udai Singh after his death in 1572, but top courtiers favoured Pratap since he was the eldest. Pratap became Maharana Pratap, the 54th king of Mewar in the dynasty of the Sisodia Rajputs, after the nobles’ wishes were granted.
|Books name||Rana Pratapa Singh / ରାଣା ପ୍ରତାପ ସିଂହ|
|No Of pages||9|
|Publisher||The Student’s Store|
|Printed At||D.Ratha At The Store Press|