A Rajput of Hindustan who had married 35 Mughal princesses

A Rajput of Hindustan who had married 35 Mughal princesses

Bappa Rawal, also spelled as “Bappa Raval”, (c. 8th century) was a ruler of the Mewar region in Rajasthan, India. The bardic chronicles describe him as a member of the Guhila (Gahlot) clan of Rajputs (and thus an ancestor of the Sisodia dynasty), and some of these consider him as the founder of the Guhila dynasty. Different historians have identified him with various rulers of the Guhila dynasty, including Kalabhoja, Shiladitya, and Khumana.

According to legends, he captured the Chitrakuta (Chittor) fort, either from the mlechchhas (identified with the Arabs) or the Moris. He gained fame because of his heroics against the Arabs.

Today we will talk to you about a Rajput whose 100 queens, out of which 35 were princesses of the Mughals. Bappa Rawal Guhila was the real founder of the Rajput dynasty. The same dynasty is also called Sisodia, in which the great King Rana Kumbha, Rana Sankha, Maharana Pratap. Bappa Rawal was born in 712 AD in Eidar. Bappa was also known as Kalbhoj.

Bappa Rawal was the founder of the Guhila Rajput dynasty of 713-810 AD. The Guhila Aditya dynasty is also called Sisodia Bappa ruled the throne while killing Manamori. The way in India was the Arab and Mughal periods. Even more than that was the period for Arabs and Mughals.

When Muhammad Qasim and the Arabs started doing the rounds from all four sides, So Bappa became a period for them. Bappa won the conquest of Muslim countries many times. Bappa had to issue coins during his reign. On top of which there is a trident on the left side with the Shri Bopp article below the garland and the Shivling and Nandi on the right side. Bappa Rawal had a hundred princesses, of which 35 were princesses of the Mughals.

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