Maharana Pratap: Mewar’s Rebel King By Brishti Bandyopadhyay
Maharana Pratap: Mewar’s Rebel King is biography of biggest warrior ever Maharana Pratap by Brishti Bandyopadhyay, revealed in 2007.
Within the villages of Rajasthan, there are nonetheless hardy, outdated, weather-beaten males whose eyes fill with tears as they recall the difficulties confronted by Maharana Pratap, their indomitable hero, in difficult Akbar, essentially the most highly effective emperor of the time. Within the current world of realpolitik, Maharana Pratap’s struggles in opposition to the Mughals would maybe seem inconsequential. Nonetheless, this might not be farther from the reality: Maharana Pratap has impressed rulers since he fought in opposition to the Mughal emperor over half a millennia in the past. Within the early thirties of the final century, the revolutionary Surjya Sen invoked the identify of this legendary courageous warrior to evoke his followers whereas laying a siege after which ransacking the Chittagong armoury of the British.