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Indian history is full of the names of many brave kings. One of these names is that of Prithviraj Chauhan. Prithviraj Chauhan is unforgettable in history and among the public for his bravery. Prithviraj Chauhan was the last Hindu ruler.





After this, due to the absence of any mighty Hindu emperor, Muslims came to rule India. At the age of just 11, Prithviraj Chauhan took over the reins of the princely state of Delhi and Ajmer after the death of his father and expanded his kingdom to many borders.





After Prithviraj Chauhan, no Hindu king could succeed in filling their shortcomings. Prithviraj Chauhan was proficient in weapons since childhood and had all the qualities of a skilled warrior. Prithviraj Chauhan was also very adept at shooting arrows.





He was also known as Raja Pithora. A film based on the life of this great brave hero of India has also been produced. Prithviraj Chauhan, the great Hindu emperor of India, was born in 1149 to Maharaja Someshwar of Ajmer and Kapoor Devi.





Prithviraj Chauhan’s father’s name was Someshwar and his mother’s name was Kapoor Devi. Someshwar was the king of Ajmer state. Prithviraj’s younger brother’s name was Hariraj Chauhan and his younger sister’s name was Pritha. Prithviraj Chauhan was born after 12 years.





From the time of birth of Prithviraj Chauhan, a conspiracy started being hatched against him which continued till his death. But due to luck, Prithviraj became safe. After the death of his father at the young age of 11, Prithviraj Chauhan fulfilled his responsibilities and expanded his kingdom by defeating other kings.





History Famous name Chandbardai was a good friend of Prithviraj Chauhan and was his well-wisher like a brother. Chandbardai was the son of the daughter of Raja Anganpal belonging to the Tomar dynasty. Chandbardai later took over the reins of Delhi as the ruler of Delhi and with the help of Prithviraj Chauhan established Pithoragarh which is currently known as the Old Fort of Delhi.





The name of the only child of King Anangpal of the Tomar dynasty was Kapuri Devi who later became the queen of Ajmer. Kapuri Devi was worried about who would take over the reins of the kingdom after her, so after discussing with her son-in-law and daughter, Kapuri Devi made Dohitra Prithviraj the crown prince and successor of her kingdom Ajmer.




After the death of Anang Pal in 1166, Prithviraj Chauhan was crowned the king of Delhi and was declared the king of Delhi. The love story of Prithviraj Chauhan and Princess Sanyogita of Kannauj has an important place in the history of India.





The love story of Sanyogita and Prithviraj Chauhan is especially described in Rajasthan. According to the story narrated in history, Sanyogita and Prithviraj Chauhan were attracted to each other just by looking at the pictures without even seeing each other.





Sanyogita was the daughter of King Jaichand of Kannauj. Jaichand, being jealous of Prithviraj Chauhan, was always trying to humiliate and humiliate him. This effort of Jaichand came to fruition in Sanyogita’s Swayamvar. Jaichand had invited the kings of the entire country to the Swayamvara of his daughter Sanyogita.




But Prithviraj Chauhan did not invite him to insult him, but with the purpose of insulting Prithviraj, his effigy was placed in place of the gatekeeper. But Prithviraj Chauhan forcefully kidnapped Sanyogita in a meeting with her consent and after coming to Delhi, their marriage was solemnized.




After this, the enmity between Jaichand and Prithviraj fully expanded. Prithviraj Chauhan had an organized and huge army, which included 3 lakh soldiers and 300 elephants. It was because of this organized army that Prithviraj Chauhan won many important battles.





Due to the betrayal of Jaichand, lack of skilled cavalrymen, and non-cooperation of other Rajput kings, Prithviraj Chauhan had to be defeated in the second war by the Muslim ruler Muhammad Ghori. Under the able leadership of Prithviraj Chauhan, the rule of the Chauhan dynasty was expanding.





At that time Punjab was under the control of Muslim ruler Muhammad Ghori. At this time Prithviraj Chauhan wanted to expand his kingdom towards Punjab but it was not possible to control Punjab without fighting with Muhammad Ghori. To conquer Punjab, Prithviraj Chauhan attacked Muhammad Ghori with his huge army.





This war was fought at a place called Tarain near Sirhind. Prithviraj Chauhan was successful in gaining control over Sirhind and Hansi, but in between, a rebellion broke out in Anhil Wada, to which Prithviraj Chauhan had to return.





Later, Prithviraj’s soldiers lost their control over Sirhind and the fort of Sirhind again fell out of their hands. After ending the rebellion of Anhil Wada, Prithviraj Chauhan again stood on the battlefield and once again defeated his enemies.





It was such a fierce war that only the soldiers who fled were saved. Muhammad Ghori was also in a half-dead condition but one of his loyal soldiers brought him to the palace for treatment. There was no result in this war. This war is known as the Battle of Tarain.





In the battle of Tarain, Prithviraj Chauhan received property worth Rs. 6 crores which he distributed among his soldiers.





Due to the marriage of Sanyogita and Prithviraj Chauhan, Sanyogita’s father, King Jaichand of Kannauj, started harboring more animosity towards Prithviraj Chauhan and instigated other Hindu kings against Prithviraj Chauhan.





As soon as Jaichand came to know about the war between Prithviraj Chauhan and Muhammad Ghori, he started helping Muhammad Ghori. After two years, Jaichand and Muhammad Ghori jointly attacked Prithviraj Chauhan again in 1192. This war also took place in the plains of Tarain.





Prithviraj’s best friend Chandbardai tried to get help from other Hindu Rajput kings but due to the Sanyogita incident, no Rajput king helped Prithviraj Chauhan. Despite being alone, Prithviraj Chauhan faced Muhammad Ghori with his three lakh soldiers.





Since there was a lack of skilled cavalrymen in Prithviraj’s army and Prithviraj’s army was surrounded by the skilled cavalrymen of Muhammad Ghori, all the ways of advance and retreat were blocked. Jaichand’s traitor soldiers also tried to harm Prithviraj’s soldiers and as a result, Prithviraj had to face defeat.





Chandbardai and Prithviraj were taken prisoner. Jaichand also had to face the consequences of betrayal and he was also killed. After Prithviraj Chauhan, no brave Rajput ruler was able to prove his worth. After being defeated by Muhammad Ghori, Prithviraj Chauhan, and Chand Bardai were taken captive and subjected to severe torture.





Prithviraj’s eyes were gouged out with hot iron. When Prithviraj was asked about his last wish before his death, he expressed his wish to display his Shabdavedhi arrow. Chandbardai alerted Prithviraj Chauhan through both his hands.




Prithviraj Chauhan finished the work of Muhammad Ghori by firing a verbal arrow in the middle of the gathering and sensing the subsequent situation, to escape from the difficult situation, Chand Bardai and Prithviraj Chauhan ended each other’s lives.





After hearing this news Sanyogita also sacrificed her life. A film has also been made on the life of Prithviraj Chauhan. Actor Akshay Kumar has played the character of Prithviraj and Manushi Chhillar (former Vishwasundari) has played the character of Sanyogita.





Actor Sonu Sood has given a lively performance in the character of Chandbardai. Sanjay Dutt has acted in the character of Kanha Kaka. Kanha Kaka was the uncle of Prithviraj Chauhan. Ashutosh Rana also acted as an important character in the film Prithviraj Chauhan.





This film highlights many aspects of Prithviraj Chauhan’s life and shows his unique bravery. Many scholars of history have said that there were 18 wars between Prithviraj Chauhan and Muhammad Ghori, in which Muhammad Ghori was defeated 17 times.





Prithviraj Chauhan was a Rajput Hindu king who was skilled in every way and will always be remembered in history. After this, no Hindu Rajput king could prove his ability to display power.






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