Maharaja PratapNirmal Dabhi
Pratap Singh was the greatest king of Mewar. He was a brave warrior and a great ruler who fought numerous battles for his country. The story of Pratap is one of bravery, valour and sacrifice for his people
Maharaja Pratap Singh was the son of Maharana Udai Singh II and Rani Jeevant Kanwar. He was born on June 15, 1540 in Udaipur.
He became king at the age of 19 years when his father died in battle against Sultanate forces during a war with Mewar. He ruled for about 13 years before he was assassinated by his cousins in 1567 A.D..
Maharaja Pratap was born in 1540 as the son of Maharana Udai Singh II. He was a warrior and great leader who fought against the Mughal invaders for many years during his reign.
He ruled over Mewar for about 50 years, from 1568 to 1611 A.D., when he died at age 72 after having ruled for 55 years.
First Battle of Haldighati
The Battle of Haldighati was fought in 1576, between Akbar and Pratap Singh of Mewar. It was the first major battle between the Mughals and Rajputs, and is considered to be one of India’s greatest victories.
Akbar had just been crowned as Emperor by his father Humayun on November 11th 1562 after defeating Ibrahim Lodi at Delhi; he then set out to conquer other parts of northern India with his army consisting mainly of Central Asians who were beginning their conquest/conquest process across Asia as well as Europe (including Russia).
Pratap Singh was a ruler in Mewar who defended his kingdom against Akbar’s armies until they were crushed at Haldighati – where they lost thousands upon thousands more men before finally surrendering themselves into captivity under threat from being executed if they refused surrendering peacefully instead!
Later Life and Death
After his capture, Pratap was imprisoned by Akbar for 15 years. When he was released, he lived a quiet life in his palace in Agra. In 1597, at the age of 61 years old, he died after being sick for six months.
His son Shivaji II succeeded him as ruler of Maratha Kingdom.
Pratap was a legendary king, who gave everything for his country·s pride.
Pratap was a legendary king, who gave everything for his country·s pride. He fought against the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and drove him out of India.
He was also known as Raja Pratap Singh or Maharaja Pratap Singh because he was born in secret to two sisters of an impoverished family who were waiting for their father’s return from his travels around the world when he suddenly stopped coming home one day; they waited until his death before finding out that he had died leaving behind no heirs or money behind—and so they took up arms against the Mughal Empire in order to protect themselves from starvation.
Pratap was a legendary king, who gave everything for his country’s pride. Pratap was born in 1590 AD and died in 1659 AD. He is known as Maharaj Pratap Singh in modern times. His father was Raja Bhagwat Singh of Amber and his mother was Janki Devi (daughter of Rana Udai Singh). Pratap fought many battles with the Mughals during his reign as king of Mewar from 1614 to 1639 A D. He defeated Akbar twice in battle but could not take Delhi because he could not get supplies from the other Rajput kingdoms because all of them had been conquered by the Mughals . The last time when Pratap fought against Akbar it was called First Battle of Haldighati where he killed many soldiers from both sides including hundreds who were taking shelter inside fort walls when attacked by him and his army