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Inscriptions of Mewar

Ratan Lal Mishra (Author)
Synopsis Mewar was the first and foremost state which made valiant efforts towards the preservation of its freedom. During the earlier period the mighty Sultans of Malva and Gujrat were its chief adversaries who endeavored time and again to subjugate the land. Later on the Mughals and before them the Truks and the Pathans attacked this land on several occasions. The brave people of Mewar successfully encountered these invasions under the able and determined leadership of the Maharanas who valued and cherished freedom more than their lives. During the later times a treaty was signed with the Mughals which cannot be termed as abject surrender. The present work bring out the text and purpose of the majority of important inscriptions of Mewar in a single volume for the first time. The texts would provide greater details to the scholars and afford them an opportunity to form their own opinion about certain happenings mentioned in the epigraphs. The gist and purport would go a long way in satisfying the curiosity and need of casual readers.
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About the author

Ratan Lal Mishra

Born on 25th November, 1925 at Mandawa, a small town in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan Dr. Ratanlal Mishra is a prolific writer having more than thirty books to his credit. His special subjects of study are history and archaeology. He is deeply interested in various aspects of ancient India and has produced some works of note. Besides this, Indian culture and civilization have been the theme of his other works. Presently, he is engaged in epigraphical study of Rajasthan.

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Bibliographic information

Title Inscriptions of Mewar
Format Hardcover
Date published: 10.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8176465828
length xvi+261p.