Remembrances the great Rajput warrior Maharana Pratap
The Greatest Rajput Warrior Maharana Pratap And What Today’s Hindu Leaders Must Learn from Him
Rana Uday Singh of Mewar had 33 children, among them the eldest was Pratap Singh. Self-respect and virtuous behaviour were the main qualities of Pratap Singh. Pratap Singh later popularly was known as Maharana Pratap.
Maharana Pratap was a confident person of dignity and self-respect. He was a devout Hindu who always valued Vedic traditions. During Maharana Pratap Singh’s time, terrorist Akbar was the Mughal Ruler in Delhi. His policy was to make use of the strength of Hindu kings to bring other Hindu Kings under his control. Many Rajput kings, abandoning their glorious traditions and fighting spirit, sent their daughters and daughters-in-law to the harem of Akbar with the purpose of gaining rewards and shallow honor from Akbar. It was only Maharana Pratap who courageously fought against terrorist Akbar and other mughal ruler
Maharana Pratap Born on May 9, 1540 at Kumbhalgarh Fort, Rajasthan, (India) was a leader who preferred a life of struggle rather than sacrificing his ideals of freedom and self-respect. He was a great warrior devoted to noble causes and he will be remembered as the most shining example of courage and valour epitomizing in himself the highest traditions of Rajput chivalry. Maharana Pratap passed away on 19th January 1597 A.D. at Chavand, Rajasthan, India
The Department of Posts issued this special commemorative postage stamp commemorative postage stamp to mark the conclusion of 400thdeath anniversary of the great Rajput warrior Maharana Pratap.
Issued on Jan 19, 1998
Denomination : 200 Paise