CM Shivraj bows to great warrior Maharana Pratap on his birth anniversary
CM Shivraj bows to great warrior Maharana Pratap on his birth anniversary

Bhopal: In Madhya Pradesh, on the one hand, the corona crisis is taking hold, while on the other hand, the jubilee of the great warriors are also being celebrated. Now, today, 9th May, is the birth anniversary of the great warrior Maharana Pratap. State Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted his greetings on the occasion.



The Chief Minister of the state tweeted, "Human pride and self-respect is his greatest capital. It should always be protected, salutations on the birth anniversary of Maharana Pratapji, the great warrior who sacrificed his life to protect the pride and self-respect of Maharana Pratap Motherland! Mother Bharati will always be proud of a brave son like you. I bow to Maharana Pratapji, the great warrior of the country, on his birth anniversary, immortal in Indian history, for his valour and determination. Self-respect and religious conduct were characteristic of Maharana Pratap. Salutations to such a mighty man".

Let us also tell you that Maharana Pratap was born on 9th May, 1540 at Kumbalgarh in Mewar. He was the eldest son of Uday Singh II and Maharani Jaywanta Bai and was also a Mahavir and a man skilled in war strategy skills. He has been protected from repeated attacks by the Mughals of Mewar. At the same time, he never compromised. No matter how adverse the situation came before him, he never gave up. Maharana Pratap is considered to be the most powerful warrior in India. In fact, he was 7 feet 5 inches tall and had an 80 kg spear and two swords with him.

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