Special Cover – Maharana Pratap Statue, Moti Magri, Udaipur – By India Post

Special Cover – Maharana Pratap Statue, Moti Magri, Udaipur – By India Post

Date of Issue:-02.03.2014.
Contributed By:- Mr Suresh Rao, Bangalore

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Special Cover – Mor Chowk, City Palace, Udaipur – By India Post

Special Cover – Mor Chowk, City Palace, Udaipur – By India Post

Date of Issue:-01.03.2014.
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Permanent Pictorial Cancellation – (1) – Maharana Pratap – Udaipur – Rajasthan – Special Covers

Permanent Pictorial Cancellation –  (1) – Maharana Pratap –  Udaipur – Rajasthan – Special Covers

Maharana Pratap or Pratap Singh was a Hindu Rajput ruler of Mewar, a region in north-western India in the present day state of Rajasthan. He belonged to the Sisodiya clan of Rajputs. 

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 of Mewar, with his capital at Chittor. Maharana Pratap was the eldest of twenty-five sons and hence given the title of Crown Prince. He was destined to be the 54th ruler of Mewar, in the line of the Sisodiya Rajputs.

The battle of Haldighati has gone down in the annals of Indian history as one which showcased the great valour of the Rajput troops led by their scion Rana Pratap. In 1576, The battle of Haldighati was fought with 20,000 Rajputs against a Mughal army of 80,000 men commanded by Raja Man Singh. The battle was fierce though indecisive, to the Mughal army’s astonishment. Maharana Pratap’s army was not defeated but Maharana Pratap was surrounded by Mughal soldiers. It is said that at this point, his estranged brother, Shakti Singh, appeared and saved the Rana’s life. Another casualty of this war was Maharana Pratap’s famous, and loyal, horse Chetak, who gave up his life trying to save his Maharana.

The cancellation depicts statue of Maharana Pratap.

Date of Cancellation:- 21.07.1973.

Contributed By:- Mr Sandeep Chaurasia, Gorakhpur

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