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Rana Kumbha
Rana Kumbha
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Maharana Kumbha was a scion of the Sisodiya branch of the House of Hammir.

Kumbha ascended the throne of Mewar in 1433 after his father, Rana Mokal, was killed in a treacherous conspiracy. Rana Kumbha ruled for thirty-five years, a period replete with campaigns. He never lost a battle even when confronted with the toughest of adversaries. He built a number of formidable fortresses allover Rajasthan which proved to be of great strategic importance to later rulers of Mewar. The Tower of Victory he built in Chittor is one of the landmarks of Rajasthan.

Maharana Kumbha was not only a great sovereign and military commander but also a great scholar and musicologist. He wrote commentaries on the Gita-Govinda by Jayadeva and composed works like the 'Chandi Shataka' and 'Sangeet Ratnakar'.

Among the galaxy of Rajput sovereigns Maharana Kumbha occupies a pre-eminent position. His natural abilities and achievements place him in the forefront of the great rulers not only of Mewar, but of the whole of India. The material for this Chitra Katha has been drawn from the famous book on the life of Kumbha by Harbilas Sarda.

Rana Kumbha

Item Code:
ACL22
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Paperback Comic Book
Edition:
2002
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ISBN:
81-7508-204-6
Language:
English
Size:
7" X 9.5"
Pages:
32
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Maharana Kumbha was a scion of the Sisodiya branch of the House of Hammir.

Kumbha ascended the throne of Mewar in 1433 after his father, Rana Mokal, was killed in a treacherous conspiracy. Rana Kumbha ruled for thirty-five years, a period replete with campaigns. He never lost a battle even when confronted with the toughest of adversaries. He built a number of formidable fortresses allover Rajasthan which proved to be of great strategic importance to later rulers of Mewar. The Tower of Victory he built in Chittor is one of the landmarks of Rajasthan.

Maharana Kumbha was not only a great sovereign and military commander but also a great scholar and musicologist. He wrote commentaries on the Gita-Govinda by Jayadeva and composed works like the 'Chandi Shataka' and 'Sangeet Ratnakar'.

Among the galaxy of Rajput sovereigns Maharana Kumbha occupies a pre-eminent position. His natural abilities and achievements place him in the forefront of the great rulers not only of Mewar, but of the whole of India. The material for this Chitra Katha has been drawn from the famous book on the life of Kumbha by Harbilas Sarda.

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