Maharana Pratap 3rd August 2015 Written Episode Update

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Pratap set down to make a new fort for himself and his citizens. He dint have much resources but the people trusted him and his ideas. They all helped him in his mission. God too had to give up before him. Pratap got a new army for himself. He taught them how to protect their new city from any enemy. The new city was much grander than Chittor!

3 Years Later:

Pratap is doing morning snan in the river. He does puja as soon as he is out of water. Acharya too is present there. Pratap seeks his blessings. Pratap thanks him for guiding him all along. I am successful in my mission because of you. Acharya says you will always be successful as you follow the path or righteousness and dharma. You had vowed not to enter inside any fort or palace or use any royal luxuries till you get these citizens

a safe new city. You have won today! Pratap misses Rawat ji. He would have been so proud to see it. Acharya adds that all the martyrs would be watching him from above. They all will be proud of you that you dint let your motherland fail. They are always with you. Pratap will not let their efforts go down in drain. The much awaited day is finally here! The new struggle begins from tomorrow! He offers milk to the Shivlinga. It was all possible because of your blessings. My new mission is to make this new city the main point of the entire Rajputana. Now we have to send those Mughals back from our motherland to make it free of any Mughals! He says Jai Ekling ji. Acharya follows suit.

Akbar looks at the map (of all the places that they have conquered) and smiles looking at Rajputana. He sits on his throne. Maan Singh tells that he has got half of India under his control in last 3 years. Akbar compliments one of the courtesans for wearing a beautiful dress. The guy shares that that is from one of the places in Rajputana. Akbar wants that city under his control too. They might be small but we are unable to win over them. Maan Singh shares that he has already called the rest of the kings from the cities that they have not win over. Akbar is happy to hear it. The three kings refuse to bow down before Akbar. We don’t feel it from inside. We are Rajputs. Akbar gets angry and touches his sword. He walks towards them and welcomes them in his palace.

Amar runs to tell his mother that the last house’s roof has been built too. Father will be coming. Ajabde takes him to make preps for him.

Ajabde is getting the palace decorated. Chand says brother’s vow is complete so beautifying the palace wont make any difference to him.

Pratap enters the fort. Everyone is there for his grand welcome. Pratap touches his father’s feet. US appreciates him for all the hard work that went into building this grand city. Jagmal isn’t happy. Pratap instead thanks Udaipur’s kids for all the help that went into constructing the city. Everyone is surprised to hear Udaipur. Pratap clears that this is the new name for their city. Rana US’s newly made city Udaipur! You are the inspiration for everyone, our Rana ji. The world will know this city as Udaipur from today onwards! Everyone is happy except Jagmal. US hugs his son. US asks JB to do Pratap’s aarti. JB gives DB the right. She did all the duties of a Maharani in my absence. US knows that she is not too much interested in palace’s duties but I request you today. Everyone requests her so she agrees. JB does Pratap’s aarti.

Precap: Akbar gets to know about Udaipur from one of the kings who are present in Akbar’s palace. Pratap thinks of joining hands with the neighbouring Samants. I will throw that Mughal out of Rajputana and India only. US shows his disagreement on the idea.

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.

    Also note that this is history and we can not change it. The post dictates those events which happened in reality.

    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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    Mogul record of Jauhar of Rajput Women & Saka of Rajput Warriors at 3rd Siege of Chittor(1567-68) + Mughal Victory followed by Massacre of Rajput Civilians | Battle of Chittor Part-5 | With Portraits from Akbarnama & personal pictures of Chittor Fort

    Just reading the accounts of the war, even from one side only, makes our hearts beat faster and sends shivers of horror down our spine. The ferocity of the war in which man and beast alike were willing to kill and be killed for their cause, can only be imagined faintly.

    300 armoured trained Mughal War Elephants were let loose in the Fort in addition to the 60,000+ Mughal army fighting the force of 8000 Rajputs.

    The post recounts how Rajput warriors like Isar Das Chauhan and others singly fought these trained armoured war elephants…This was more like a man versus beast scenario.!

    The heroic exploits of Patta, Kalla, Jaimal, etc.. are recorded in these Mughal accounts. The Rajputs were glorious even in the defeat.

    Akbar recalls an incident where a chivalrous Rajput asked him to fight, and Akbar , though managed to kill this soldier, was amazed at the fighting spirit of this person, and tried his best to know who this brave man was, but he could not.

    The Rajputnis were not behind. The post recalls the horrors which the Rajputnis endeared in this war. Some of them died fighting the Mughal forces, some preferred Jauhar. Not giving those details here. Certain things can not be mentioned. They are present in the post.

    “The Rajput garrison was in sore distress, and ready to succumb, but no one proposed surrender to the Emperor. The Emperor had determined that he would capture by storm this Chittor – the strongest fortress of Hindustan, so that in future no other fortress should DARE to resist our Imperial army.”

    An unprecendented carnage ordered by Akbar after winning the battle.. We, who live in modern times, can hardly understand the emotions that must have run high in both the Mughals and the Rajputs during the course of the battle.

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