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Maharana Pratap Singh popularly known as “Maharana” was the 13th king of Mewar (the present Rajasthan). He was born on May 9, 1540. Rana and the Mughals The “Siege of Chittorgarh” led to the loss of fertile eastern belt to the Mughals in 1568. Akbar wanted to establish a secure route to Gujarat through Mewar. ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2020
Category: Awards, Persons & Places in News
Maharana Pratap Jayanti is observed every year on 6 June to celebrate birth anniversary of brave Rajput warrior. The year 2019 marks 479th birth anniversary of great warrior. About Maharana Pratap He was the 13th Rajput king of Mewar, a province in modern-day Rajasthan. Then Mewar province also included some parts of now Gujarat and ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2019
Category: Important Days & Events Current Affairs
Topics: 479th birth anniversary • Akbar • Amar Singh I • Battle of Haldighati • Chetak • Chittorgarh • Maharana Pratap • Maharana Pratap Jayanti • Maharana Udai Singh • Maharani Jaiwanta Bai • Man Singh I • Mughal Empire • Ramprasad • vassal
The book “Maharana Pratap: The Invincible Warrior” is authored by noted historian Rima Hooja, who describes in detail how Maharana Pratap managed to elude capture by the mighty Mughal army for so long and never bowed down to Akbar. This new book on Maharana Pratap examines the life of the great Rajput warrior and also ..
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Isa Khan Niyazi was a noble in the courts of Sher Shah Suri and his son Islam Shah. His tomb built in 1546-47AD predates Humayun’s Tomb by over two decades. This splendid tomb was a culmination of the octagonal tomb style of the earlier Sayyid & Lodi dynasties. Isa Khan’s Tomb stands on the entrance ..
Here are a few Indian History Questions for students preparing for SSC CGL examinations of 2016 and 2017. What is Sangam Literature? Sangam literature refers to a body of classical Tamil literature created between the 6th century to 3rd century BC. This is a collection of poems written by 473 poets out of whom some ..
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