Maharana Pratap 23rd July 2015 Written Episode Update

Maharana Pratap 23rd July 2015 Written Episode, Written Update on

Ajabde has gained conscious. She is sitting next to Pratap. He thinks of Mewar. He wakes up with a start. How did I get unconscious? What place is this? Where am I? He immediately questions Chakrapani. I should have been in the fort. What am I doing here? He asks Ajabde the same question. She tells him that maybe they added a herb in our food before Saka and Jauhar because of which we lost conscious. It is possible that we have been brought here. We think we have lost Chittor! Pratap shouts out loud. Chakrapani tries to say something but gets slapped by Pratap in return.

Jagmal tells Acharya not to go out to look for any Vaid. Mughals have won over Chittor so they must obviously be looking for us too. Acharya tells him not to think of all this right now. Plus no one should find out about real

identity. Jagmal nods.

Pratap calls CHakrapani a traitor, a cheater. You are not a friend of mine. You have cheated me! I wont give Chittor to that Mughal at any cost. I will attack at that Mughal with all my commanders. I am Rajput whereas you turned out to be a traitor! He turns to go when Chakrapani tells him that no one is alive. Who are you going to save? Saka has happened and so has Jauhar. Ajabde and Pratap are stunned. All the brave warriors died in the war. Chakrapani cries. Pratap thinks of Rawat ji’s words. Give us one chance. The best thing for us will be to die but to save you and Rana ji so Mewar’s future is in safe hands. He thinks of Kalla, Patta, Jaimal ji and everyone. He is in tears / pain.

Acharya puts a flower in front of Vaid’s nose and he loses conscious. Acharya tells Jagmal to collect the necessary herbs. No one should find out about our real identity. We have to be very careful. Jagmal tells him to take the Vaid. I will collect the herbs. The villagers stop them. Jagmal gives his real intro to them. Rana US is unwell. The villagers want to know about US’s whereabouts. Acharya tries to hide it but Jagmal agrees that he knows about their address. Trust me. You can come with me. They all surround them.

Chakrapani tells Pratap about how bravely everyone fought to protect their motherland. Pratap walks up to Ajabde. I am your culprit. I have committed a crime. I am a criminal for all those citizens, Samants, soldiers, everyone. I left everyone alone to face that Mughal. I left your brother Patta there to fight with those Mughals. I am a sinner. She tries to stop him but he stays put. This is the bitterest truth of my life. I became a little less careful and I got transported out of the fort. I should have known that they will do anything to save me. Why was I not careful! Saka happened in the fort and I am only listening to the details here. Don’t worry Ajabde, I wont let their sacrifice go in waste. I wont spare that Mughal. I will take revenge from that Mughal. He will regret doing what he did! I wont spare him. Ajabde asks him to take her with him. I too wont back down from doing a sacrifice. He agrees. Chakrapani stops them. It can be a very big risk for your life. Pratap doesn’t mind it. Chakrapani reasons that our Samants died so you can gather yourself again and fight with that Mughal. Pratap cannot live with his burden. I don’t want this kind of life which can be of no use for our motherland. He is about go out when a soldier comes to inform them about US’s health. He has lost conscious. He is not in a good shape.

Chand and DB are rubbing US’s palms. Chand hears some commotion and goes outside to look. She notices the villagers heading there. DB too comes to check. Are they coming to attack us? Amar offers to save US and their place.

Chakrapani asks Pratap what is more important right now – US’s health or Mewar? We have to take care of Rana ji as he is the king of Mewar. He is our future. Ajabde too agrees with him.

Another group of villagers stand in the opposite side of those villagers. Amar Singh walks in the front. I wont let you go inside. The villager leading them puts his sword down after heading US’s name. Everyone follows suit.

The villager apologizes to Acharya. We thought that the Mughals were trying to trick us again. They have done that in the past. Achrya sends him out. Vaid checks US. He shares that US had a major heart stroke. I cannot say anything till the time he opens his eyes again. He might lose his will to live if he doesn’t gain conscious soon. Everyone is worried for US. They immediately sit beside him.

Precap: Akbar knows that he hasn’t got complete success yet. Akbar still wants his enemy. Pratap is still alive. He will return to take his revenge. Post my order in every corner of Rajputana. It will bring Pratap directly to me on his own.

Update Credit to: Pooja


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    DETAILED Rajput Record of Jauhar, Saka & Massacre of Rajputs at 3rd Siege of Chittor(1567-68) | Description of Rajput Warriors & OLD pictures of Chittor Fort | Battle of Chittor Part-6

    #Homage to those bravehearts, those men and WOMEN also who surpassed all limits of bravery & fought in this war, despite being outnumbered by a force who was 8 to 10 times their number.

    Link :

    We have gone through 5 articles in the Chittor Battle Series. In the last article, we read the detailed description of this war, including the Jauhar of the Rajput women, the Saka of the Rajput warriors and the massacre of civilians in the Fort of Chittor, as mentioned in the Mughal records. The spine-chilling Mughal account of this war showed the tenacious ferocity with which both man and beast engaged in a do-or-die battle for the pride of Rajputana – the Fort of Chittor.

    Now, let’s view the ultimate battle of Chittor from the perspective of contemporary Rajput records & some other chronicles. Numerous pictures and portraits of the Chittor Fort from the 17th, 18th & 19th centuries have also been included to show the majesty of the fort as well as the the magnetic attraction the fort has held for the historic chronicler or even the curious traveler.

    This post, based on numerous Rajput sources as it is, presents the names of many known and unknown Rajput warriors from the illustrious houses of the 16 superior vassals of Mewar and others who supported Mewar against the Mughals in this war.
    At the end of this post, their lineage & present-day whereabouts have been included for those discerning readers who wish to know more about these warriors.

    The post also pays homage to those brave and noble women who believed that their honor as well as the honor of Mewar was more precious than their life. These proud women either chose to die defending their motherland on the battlefield or to perish in the fire of Jauhar rather than being captured & facing dishonor (and worse) at the hands of the invading army.


    Mewar is a name synonymous with bravery, honor and pride. Rajputs as a race have been associated with pride and courage, but those of Chittorgarh seem to have an “extra dose” of it. Chivalry and undaunted heroism ran in their blood. There could hardly be any other royal house whose past had been stained with so much bloodshed for over a 1000 years (starting from Bappa Rawal – 734 AD or Guhaditya – 568 AD) ; and who faced wave after wave of invading hordes, yet refused to bow their heads in the service of any other mortal. The Rajputs of this house are known for their strong & fierce love of independence.

    Mewar was the only major Rajput kingdom, which refused to surrender to Mughal Emperor Akbar, who was one of the mightiest emperors in the world then. Even after the Mughal Army conquered it, the people of this region fought back valorously to regain their kingdom, with the major exception of Chittorgarh, from Akbar. But let us reserve that story for another day.

    At present, let us see how these Rajputs fought bitterly to the last man standing, to defend their fort from Mughal invasion and how, when defeat became inevitable, sacrificed their lives rather than bend in humiliating servility before their bete noire.

    Details are given in the post but here are the highlights:

    1. Raja Jaimal Rathore and Rawat Patta Chundawat – The Commanders of the Fort of Chittor during the 3rd Siege.
    2. Rawat Chundawat fell in the Battle of Chittor. This gate is the eastern entrance of the Fort and also known as Toran Pol.
    3. Spot marking the place where Rawat Patta Chundavat fell finally in the Battle of Chittor
    4. The information about the Warrior Ladies of Chittor.
    5. Jaimal and Kalla – Heroic Chaturbhuj Fight by this uncle-nephew pair
    6. The Chattri of Kalla Ji Rathore – The Place of His Death
    7. The Chattri of Raja Jaimal Rathore – The Place of His Death
    8. “Tija Sakha Chittod Ra”
    9. About 1700 relatives of Kunwar Pratap died in this war.
    10. Akbar devastated the fortress and its people so much that the subsequent history of Mewar was a constant struggle for existence.
    11. “Chittod Marya ra Paap”
    12. The sacred threads from necks of dead Rajputs were taken to Agra in sacks to proclaim that the Rajput supremacy over Mewar has finally been broken.
    13. It is said that the devil and the angel both live within the heart of Man. It is up to the mind to determine which of these two powers gains ascendance on any occasion. The devil seems to have clearly won the day in the case of Mughal Emperor Akbar.
    14. Akbar had left no stone unturned to devastate the resources of Rana. The cream of several houses of the vassals of Mewar died defending Chittor. But this was only a beginning of a new never ending struggle between Akbar and his arch rival Maharana Pratap..
    15. Very LONG Detailed Background of Rajput Chieftains / Warriors who fought in this war.

    Entire post is present on above mentioned link..

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