The Glory of Mewar Kingdom

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The Glory of Mewar Kingdom

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The Glory of Mewar Kingdom

The Glory of Mewar Kingdom

The Glory of Mewar Kingdom

Maharana Pratap ruled Mewar only for 25 years. However, he achieved such magnificence during his reign that his glory crossed the boundaries of countries and time transformed him into an immortal personality. He became synonymous with bravery, sacrifice and patriotism along with his state. Mewar was a major Rajput kingdom even before Maharana Pratap ascended the throne. The kings of Mewar, with the help of their nobles and subjects, had established such traditions in the state, which enhanced their glory despite having a small area and a small population under them. There were several occasions when the state flag was seen to be lowered. Due to the bravery and ingenuity of the people of Mewar, their flag once again rose high in the sky.

Mewar was fortunate in the sense that barring a few, most of the rulers were capable and patriotic. This glorious tradition of the state lasted for about 1500 years from the reign of Bappa Rawal. In fact, 60 years before Maharana Pratap, Rana Sanga had taken the state to the peak of fame. His fame went beyond Rajasthan and reached Delhi. Two generations before him, Rana Kumbha had given a new status to the state through victory and development works. Literature and art also flourished during his reign. Rana himself had an inclination towards writing and his works are read with reverence even today. The climate of his kingdom was conducive to the creation of high-quality works of art and literature. These achievements were the result of a long tradition passed over many generations.

For a long time, the life of the people of Mewar must have been peaceful and prosperous. Otherwise, such extraordinary achievements in these fields would not have been possible. This is reflected in their art and literature as well as in their loving nature. They make up for their lack of admirable physique with their firm yet pleasant temperament. Due to the cheerful and generous character of the people here, the environment of Mewar remains lovely.

Amazing workmanship can be seen not only in the forts and palaces of Mewar, but also in public utility buildings. The ruins of several structures that still stand in their grandeur are testimony to the fact that Mewar was not only a land of heroes, but also a place of art and culture. Literature and art flourished amidst the invasion and bloodshed and the creative activities of literature and artists did not suffer. Imagine how glorious the period must have been when the Vijay Stambh was built, which is still a specimen of our great ancient architecture. Kirti Stambha stands tall in the same fort, which shows how liberal the administration of that time was, allowing people from other communities and states to come and do construction work. It is pointless to get into this debate about whether the Vijay Stambh was built first or the Kirti Stambh. The fact that the two capitals stand side by side suggests the closeness between the king and the subjects of Mewar.

The cycle of time does not remain the same. While the reign of Rana Sanga played an important role in taking the state to the pinnacle of glory. This also proved to be his slavery. History took a turn. The fate of Mewar, the land of heroes, started deteriorating. Rana tried to save the day with his acumen which was running contrary to the current and glorious traditions for some time. 0 0 0.

The Glory of Mewar Kingdom

N. B. This article ‘The Glory of Mewar Kingdom’ originally belongs to the book entitled ‘Gleaned Essays‘ by Menonimus.

The Glory of Mewar Kingdom

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