Category Archives: Medieval India

Mewar Chronicles- Rana Pratap

The final part of my series on Mewar, looks at one of it’s greatest heroes ever, a man who was a legend by himself, whose very tale is that of valor and sacrifice. Maharana Pratap. What do you make of … Continue reading

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Mewar Chronicles- The beginning

In a week from now, on May 9th we celebrate the birth anniversary of the legendary Maharana Pratap.  A warrior whose name has become a synonym for bravery, courage, and a fiercely independent spirit. When other Rajput rulers were surrendering … Continue reading

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Nana Fadnavis- The Maratha Machiavelli

Wai is a small town located in the Satara district of Maharashtra, on the banks of the Krishna river. Surrounded by the Sahayadris, the town is famous for it’s numerous ghats on the Krishna river, and the old temples here. … Continue reading

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Ahilyabai Holkar

(This post was published by me earlier at reproducing the same here). For thirty years her reign of peace, The land in blessing did increase; And she was blessed by every tongue, By stern and gentle, old and young. … Continue reading

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Chattrapati Sambhaji

(This post was published by me at Quora here, republishing it again Mrutyuche aavhaan peluni, toch varasa aamhaala dila l Shivrayaancha Shambhu chaava, Hindu mhanuni amar jahala ll (Coming from the same legacy that confronted death, Shivaji’s son Shambhu, … Continue reading

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Mewar Chronicles- Rana Sanga

( Continuing my series on Mewar, with this post on Rana Sanga, another great ruler. ). In my previous post on the Ranas of Mewar, I had covered on  Rana Kumbha . Now we shall take a look at Rana … Continue reading

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Mewar Chronicles- Rana Kumbha

( In continuation of my series on Mewar, I examine the rise of the Sisodias, and the advent of the Ranas.)   The Sisodias Rana Hammir in a way began the next phase of Rajput rule of Mewar with Chittorgarh … Continue reading

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