Marble Mural Fighting Scene Between Maharana Pratap and Man Singh

Marble Mural Fighting Scene Between Maharana Pratap and Man Singh

Marble Mural Fighting Scene Between Maharana Pratap and Man Singh 

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History Of Maharana Pratap

Maharana Pratap, the brave warrior of Rajputana had fought lots of battles before warring against the troop of the mighty Mughal Emperor Akbar. While, most of Maharana Pratap’s history is connected to his struggle during or after the Haldighati episode, here I’ll focus on his effective battles which he fought before and after Haldighati, starting from his first battle.

The First Battle Against the Vagadiya Chouhans

Maharana Pratap started his career as a warrior by repressing the Vagadiya Chauhans. The battle took place at the banks of River Som . The battle was won by Maharana Pratap and Karansi, the close relative of Rana Sanwaldas was killed in the battle. This victory of Pratap not only rose Pratap to fame but also brought majority of the Vagad area in Mewar.

Defeating the Rathors

Maharana Pratap’s coronation was not easy and effortless despite being the elder son of his father Udai Singh II. However, his noblemen made sure that he becomes the King and not Jagamal, his brother from another mother who according to the will of Udai Singh II had claim to be the next heir and Maharana of Mewar.


Re-Capturing Gogunda

Gogunda and Kumbhalmer were the two main centers from where Pratap ruled the Mewar region. While, many of the rulers submitted themselves to Akbar, Pratap did not in spite of regular persuasion from Raja Man Singh, Raja Bhagwandas and even Raja Todar Mal. This led to the battle of Haldighati in June 1576, and then the capture of Gogunda by the Mughal troops.

 

While staying in the fort of Kumbhagarh, Maharana Pratap entered Gogunda through a small village Kolyari and recaptured it by forcing the Mughals to flee from his place. Mandana Kumpawat was then positioned there for Gogunda’s protection.


Attack By Akbar

During October 1576, Akbar stayed one whole month in Mewar in search of Pratap along with Raja Bhagwandas, his son Man Singh and Kutubddin Khan. However, the moment Pratap knew about this, he left Gogunda and then he could not be traced by Mughal troops. Disheartened, the Mughal Emperor had to head off to Agra all over again.








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