Did Maharana Pratap lose to Akbar in the Battle of Haldighati? Now true history will answer

Today is the death anniversary of the brave Shiromani of India, Maharana Pratap. Who fought many battles against the Mughals, but never gave up. But the historians of our country did not give him the place he should have got. But now the central government is going to change that false history, in which Maharana Pratap was described as inferior to the Mughal emperor Akbar. Actually, now the Archaeological Department of the Government of India will tell the truth that Maharana Pratap was not defeated against Akbar in the battle of Haldi Ghati.

Along with this, the stone plaque placed in the bloodshed by the Archaeological Department of India in Badshahi Bagh of Haldighati and Rajsamand will be removed. In this inscription, Maharana Pratap is depicted retreating in the battle of Haldighati. However, some people have changed the words written in this inscription. Now ASI is going to remove this inscription only. In fact, the previous BJP government had made this change in the school curriculum, in which Maharana Pratap was said to have won the battle of Haldighati. Since then the Rajput organizations of Rajasthan have been continuously demanding that the stone plaques put up by the Archaeological Department of India (ASI) in Haldighati and Rakattalai should be removed. It is written on this inscription that Maharana had to retreat in the battle of Haldighati in 1576 between Akbar and Maharana Pratap.

Let us inform that Diya Kumari, former member of Jaipur royal family and MP from Rajsamand Lok Sabha seat, was continuously demanding from the central government for this. After this, Minister of State for Culture Arjun Ram Meghwal has said that orders have been given to ASI in this direction. ASI's in-charge of Jodhpur region, Vipin Chandra Negi said that a step will be taken in this direction soon.

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