The House of Mewar





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Project : The House of Mewar

No indigenous state in medieval India figured so prominently in the chequered annals of our land and played so valiant a role in resisting the aggressive expansion as the Rajput kingdom of Mewar. This project aims at articles attributed to all the people and places related to the House of Mewar.

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This is a full time inexhaustible project, full time indicating that the project shall be in operation for as long as it takes, whereas inexhaustible indicating that all articles that are yet to be created under this project couldn't be enlisted at once given the vast expanse of the project title, and therefore the project does yield space for further additions into the list of articles that are to be created under this project as it progresses further in research.

Please do contribute by making additons to the list in the Create Articles section as and when any important subject related to the title of the project is discovered missing.

Also, the below mentioned list of articles that are yet to be created are not ought to remain in the original chronology or pattern forever in the Create Articles section, as whenever any article is created on any title, it is deleted from the Create Articles section and added to the section of Enhance Articles.

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Maharanas of Mewar

  • Rawal Khuman
  • Rawal Khuman II
  • Rawal Shakti Kumar
  • Maharana Mokal
  • Maharana Raimal
  • Maharana Vikramaditya 
  • Maharana Karan Singh
  • Maharana Jagat Singh I
  • Maharana Jai Singh
  • Maharana Bhim Singh
  • Maharana Swarup Singh
  • Maharana Sajjan Singh
  • Maharana Fateh Singh

Eminent Women

  • Maharani Kurma Devi
  • Maharani Karmavati
  • Panna Dey
  • Hadi Rani
  • Maharani Ajabde Panwar
  • Jaiwanta Bai Sonigara
  • Rani Phool Bai Rathore
  • Chanchal Kumari


  • Harit Rashi
  • Acharya Raghvendra

Valliant Warriors

  • Jaimal Rathore
  • Patta Chundawat
  • Isar Das Chauhan
  • Rawat Chundawat
  • Bhilu Maharana Rao Poonja
  • Pandit Chakrapani Mishra
  • Rawat Sai Das Chundawat
  • Thakur Dodiya Sanda
  • Rawat Saheb Khan Chauhan
  • Jhala Maan
  • Hakim Khan Suri
  • Gora and Badal 
  • Ramshah Tomar and sons

Rajput Allies

  • Rao Jodha
  • Durgadas Rathore
  • Maharaj Ajit Singh of Marwar


Forts & Palaces

  • Sajjangarh
  • Ranthambore Fort
  • Udaipur City Palace
  • Gogunda Fort

Important Attractions

  • Haldighati
  • Udaipur
  • Nathdwara
  • Eklingji
  • Ahar Cenotaphs
  • Vijay Stambh, Chittorgarh
  • Pichola Lake
  • Fateh Sagar Lake
  • Dilwara Jain Temples
  • Moti Magri
  • Nagda Temple Complex
  • Saheliyo ki Bari
  • Jagdish Mandir
  • Badal Mahal
  • Fateh Prakash Palace
  • Shiv Niwas Palace

Major Battles

  • Battle of Bayana
  • Battle of Singoli
  • Battle of Khanwa
  • Battle of Khatoli
  • Battle of Dholpur
  • Second Siege of Chittor


  • Banbir
  • Bhil
  • Shakti Singh
  • Sisiodia Rajputs
  • Shrinathji
  • Bhils
  • Mewar Coat of Arms
  • Kaviraj Shyamaldas
  • Gadia Lohar 
  • Ramprasad (Elephant)
  • Vir Vinod

Enhance Articles 


The list of readings mentioned below are suggestive (you may use authentic references that aren't in the list as well), and inexhaustible - indicating that more readings in the form of book titles, research papers, articles can be added to the readings list as the project progresses further.

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