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Mahrana Pratap was also known as Pratap Singh. He was born on May 9,1540 in Kumbhalgarh. His father was Maharana Udai Singh and mother was Maharani Jaiwanti Bai. He was a hindi Rajput ruler of Mewar. He was so famous because of his activities for Justice. Mewar was situated in Rajasthan. He belonged to the clan namely Sisodia of Rajputs which was famous in those parts. Later he got married to Maharani Ajbad Punwar. He was blessed with children. They were Amar singh I,
Chandra singh, Sahas mal, and Shekha Singh. After his great works/Activities shown off in Mewar he passed away on January 19, 1597.
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Maharana Pratap have always been remember for his bravery & for saving the religion Hinduism from the clutches of the Mughals (muslims). He was born to a Rajput family of Mewar. He was married at the age of 17 to Maharani Ajabde Punwar. His wife was the greatest support who motivated him.
Maharana Pratap was daring enough to fight against the mighty Mughal, Akbar as he had promised bring back Chittor & many Mewar states to power and not under the Mughals.
Though in the battle of Haldighati went against the Rajputs; they were defeated but Maharana Pratap did not have away his fight against the Mughals. He fled away from the battlefield, on his horse, Chetak with quite a lot of adversities.
He did not leave his determination of freeing Mewar and thus in the battle of Dewar he was victorious & got many territories free from the clutches of the Mughals.
Maharana Pratap dies at the age of  57 due to a hunting accident where he had incurable injuries. Amar Singh, his son was the successor of Maharana Pratap Singh after he died.

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