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Author: Rajendra Shankar Bhatt
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Shubhankar Mishra
Publisher: National Book Trust
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788123743394
This biography brings to light the indomitable will and determination of Maharana Pratap, a symbol of bravery and patriotism in the country.
While dealing with the character of Pratap, the author also portrays a comparative study of the unique personalities of Pratap and Emperor Akbar. The book, which has undergone many reprints in its original Hindi edition, has now been brought out in English translation to reach a wider readership.
ABOUT THE TRANSLATOR
Shubhankar Mishra, an Assistant Research Officer with Central Hindi Directorate, New Delhi, is a prolific translator from Hindi to English and vice-versa having translated many research papers, monographs, articles etc.
2. Before the Coronation
3. Good Fortunes of Mewar
4. Efforts for Reconciliation
5. Diplomatic Conundrum
6. The Battle of Haldighati
7. Akbar in Mewar
8. Conflict which Turned a Blind Man’s Buff
9. Breather and the Sunset
10. Some Delusions
11. An Evaluation
Maharana Pratap: A Chronology