India’s Idol of Courage that Rose from Udaipur- Maharana Pratap

Maharana Pratap (1572-1597), the 54th  curator of the House of Mewar and the son of Maharana Udai Singh, have been a Rajput ruler who is celebrated throughout the country for his courage and patriotism.
As the 1st freedom fighter in the chronicles of India, he was the herald and inspiration for Mahatma Gandhi himself. To the people at large, he has been known forever as “the Light and Life of the Hindu Community.” What is the determination that made Maharana Pratap?
Undoubtedly, it was his seamless courage, respect for his dynasty and the resolute principle of never bowing down to the wrong or unjust.
Maharana Pratap’s principles never failed to flow down to his horse. Chetak, his favorite charger died in the battle, but not before saving his master’s life. The horse has jumped over a mountain stream when pursued by two Mughal chiefs. Chetak died soon after he had seen his master to safety.

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