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    Maharana Amar Singh I, the Maharana of Mewar (March 16, 1559 – January 26, 1620), was the successor of Maharana Pratap of Mewar. Born to Maharana Pratap and Ajabde Punwar, he was the 14th Rana of Mewar dynasty of Sisodia Rajputs and ruler of Mewar from January 19, 1597 till his death on January 26, 1620. His capital was Udaipur. [2] Contents

    • Maharani Ajabde Punwar
    • Rani Amba, Rani Ashwini, Rani Ganga, Maharani Yamuna, Rani Kunti
  2. Amar Singh I, gobernante de Mewar (n. 1559) Maharana Amar Singh I, el Maharana de Mewar (16 de marzo de 1559 - 26 de enero de 1620), fue el hijo mayor y sucesor de Maharana Pratap de Mewar. Fue la decimosexta dinastía Rana de Mewar de Sisodia Rajputs y gobernante de Mewar desde el 19 de enero de 1597 hasta su muerte el 26 de enero de 1620.

  3. Amar Singh Amar Singh (nacido el 14 de junio de 1989) es un galerista de arte y activista de los derechos humanos centrado en los derechos de las mujeres y los derechos LGBT +. 1 2 Es el fundador de la Galería Amar Singh. 3 En 2019 Singh fue nombrado en la lista Forbes 30 Under 30 por sus contribuciones al arte y la cultura. 4 5

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    • Death

    Maharana Pratap’s eldest son was Amar Singh. He was born at Chittor on March 16, 1559, to Maharana Pratap and Maharani Ajabde Punwar, the same year that his grandfather, Udai Singh II, laid the foundation of Udaipur. Amar Singh succeeded Maharana Pratap after his death on January 19, 1597, and ruled Mewar till January 26, 1620.

    The long-running Mughal-Mewar battle began when Udai Singh II sought refuge in the Mewar highlands and remained there for the rest of his life. When his son Pratap Singh I was installed as the Rana of Mewar after his death in 1572, tensions erupted. Initially, Pratap was hesitant to adopt his father Udai Singh II passive strategy. After Mewar was d...

    Amar Singh was revered for his gallantry, bravery, leadership, sense of justice, and kindness. He was given the moniker ‘Chakraveer’ for his bravery in the face of the Mughals.

    Amar Singh died on January 26, 1620, in Udaipur, and was succeeded by Karan Singh II, his eldest son.

  4. Maharana Amar Singh continued the incessant struggle of Mewar against the powerful Mughal emperor. He was born on 16 March 1559 and was the youngest son of the great Maharana Pratap. He was the one who had closely witnessed the resistance of Mewari Rajputs against the Mughals who conquered Kabul, Bengal, and central India.

  5. › rulers-of-mewar › rana-amar-singhRana Amar Singh I - Eternal Mewar

    Acc. No.: 2012.19.0039_detail 03 Maharana Amar Singh I was the eldest son and successor of Maharana Pratap. He was the 13th Ruler of Mewar dynasty of Sisodiya Rajputs. Maharana Pratap, on his death bed, made his successor swear to him in front of his chiefs to maintain their fight against the Mughals and to re-conquer Chittor.

  6. Amar Singh I Biography . Amar Singh I was the ruler of Mewer who ruled the state during the period 19 January 1597 - 26 January 1620. But he is better remembered as the son of great warrior - Maharana Pratap. Amar Singh was the eldest son of Pratap and his first wife - Maharani Ajabade Punwar. The kingdom of Mewar was set up by his paternal grandfather Udai Singh II.