Maharana Pratap Essays and Term Papers

  • Maharana Pratap

    Maharana Pratap Maharana Pratap, the eldest son of the founder of Udaipur Maharana Udai Singh was born to Sonagari Queen Jayawanti on Jyestha Sudi third day of Vikram Era 1597 (i.e. May 9, 1540) Sunday at 47 Ghati 13 Pal past sunrise. Born is Ardra Naksatra, his birth was considered not only auspicious...

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  • Harsh Pratap Singh

    Harsh Pratap Singh Experienced Operations Executive, Summer Intern at Pepsi-co, Market research singhharsh55@yahoo.com Contact : 8527071333 Summary A bottom line focused strategy executive with exposure to Back-end Operations and Business Development, Customer Service, Merchandising,...

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  • Harsh Pratap Singh

    Harsh Pratap Singh Experienced Branding Associate, Operations Executive, Summer Intern at Pepsi-co. Contact Me: E-mail: singhharsh55@yahoo.com Voice: +918527071333 Summary A bottom line focused strategy executive with exposure to Branding, Back-end Operations...

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  • AMRITESH PRATAP SINGHINTRODUCTION I Am A

     AMRITESH PRATAP SINGH INTRODUCTION: I am a Management graduate with a blend of more than 5 years of experience in Corporate and Training, looking forward to an organisation which provides me ample opportunities to enhance my skills while contributing to the benefit of the organisation. WORK...

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  • Paper...

    Rajasthan  Father's Name: Maharana Udai Singh II Mother's Name: Rani Jeevant Kanwar Died: January 29, 1597 in Chavand  Maharana Pratap was born on May 9th 1540 in Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan. His father was Maharana Udai Singh II and his mother was Rani Jeevant Kanwar. Maharana Udai Singh II ruled the kingdom...

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  • Mansingh

    an important part in suppressing the turbulent Afghans as a result of which Daud Khan had to flee towards Bengal. Kunwar Man Singh versus Maharana Pratap Up till now Kunwar Man Singh played a subordinate role in the cross of imperial politics and therefore, he did not attract the special attention...

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  • Essay1

    1961 and was completed in 1974. At the time of its completion, the Pong Dam was the tallest of its type in India. The lake created by the dam, Maharana Pratap Sagar, became a renowned bird sanctuary. Background The idea for a dam on the Beas at the Pong site was first proposed in 1926 and subsequent...

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  • The Great Legend Prithviraj Chauhan

    Todar Mal helped the Mughals against Maharana Pratap - the valiant Rajput ruler of Mewad who defiantly held up the banner of Indian independence in face of overwhelmingly powerful alien attacks. But unfortunately, renegade Rajput soldiers fought against Maharana Pratap at the Battle of Haldighati. It was...

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  • Reaseach

    British in the early 19th century, accepting British sovereignty in return for local autonomy.  Maharana Pratap Singh, legendary sixteenth century Rajput ruler of Rajasthan.  Maharana Pratap of Mewar resisted Akbar in the famous Battle of Haldighati {1576)  The Palace on Wheels is...

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  • Regal Festival

    according to the Hindu calendar or Panchang that follows the lunar cycle of 15 days. Contents Message from Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation - the organiser of the regal festivals Ashwa Poojan - the worship of the horse Kartik Poornima - experience the mystique...

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  • patriotism

    praises a patriot. A patriot is immortal. He is worshiped by his countrymen. He is honored all over the world Every one of us knows the name of Maharana Rana Pratap Singh of Mewar. He was a king. But he suffered great hardship for his country. He sacrificed everything for the freedom of his country. He was...

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  • Wireless Neural Network

    NITI MISHRA PRIYANKA SINGH SHALINI PRADHAN B.TECH (FINAL YEAR) ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING MAHARANA PRATAP ENGINEERING COLLEGE, KANPUR. ABSTRACT Neural processing presents a different way...

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  • Essay

    brick structure built over the relics of the Buddha. Hawa Mahal, Jaipur The Hawa Mahal (Palace of Wind) was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. It is shaped in the form of the crown of Lord Krishna, the Hindu god. Its uniqueness is that it is built entirely of red and pink sandstones...

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  • louis XVI

    a patriot. A patriot is immortal. He is worshiped by his countrymen. He is honored all over the world. Every one of us knows the name of Maharana Rana Pratap Singh of Mewar. He was a king. But he suffered great hardship for his country. He sacrificed everything for the freedom of his country. He was...

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  • Study of Udaipur

    also the centre for performing arts, craft and its famed miniature paintings.The Shilp Gram festival is a center of attraction during the season. Maharana Udai Singh II founded Udaipur in 1568 after his citadel Chittorgarh was sacked by Mughal Emperor Akbar. The legends says that Udai Singh was guided...

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  • Education of the Girl Child Is a Burden

    good education. According to Mahatma Gandhi, "Due to her nature women possesses the best ability to teach the child". Chhatrapati Shivaji and Maharana Pratap are the best example of this saying. Thus, let us start educating the female children to change the face of society....

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  • Introduction to the Rajputs

    Rajput rulers who have been made their names eternal in Indian history are Prithviraj Chauhan, Rana Kumbha, Rana Sangram Singh, Rana Udai Singh and Maharana Pratap. Prithviraj Chauhan proved to be the last Rajput ruler of Delhi. The Chauhans, led by Govinda, grandson of Prithviraj, later established a small...

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  • SUFI SAINTS

    Asia. Saleemuddin Chishti, popularly known as Salim Chisti, lead his Shaikzada division in the Battle of Haldighati on the side of Akbar against Maharana Pratap. 14.Shaikh Taj-ud-din Chishti: He was also called Taj Sarwar Chishti was a Sufi saint of Chishti Order in Chishtian, Punjab, India He was...

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  • Essay

    have been patriots who sacrificed all they had to save the motherland from the foreigners. Right from the invasion of Babar we have Rana Sanga-Maharana Pratap during the expansionist designs of Akbar. The terror of Aurangzeb was faced by the Maratha and Punjabi patriots who gave Shivaji and Guru Govind...

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  • nationalism

    and queens for combating foreign invasion and domination,[2] such as Shivaji of the Maratha Empire, Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi, Kittur Chennamma, Maharana Pratap of Rajputana, Prithviraj Chauhan, who combated the Mahmud of Ghazni and Tipu Sultan who fought the British. The kings of Ancient India, such as...

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