Prithviraj Chauhan’s reign lasted for a very long time, but due to his flexibility towards his reign, many of his inspirational efforts were said to be a failure, whereas all this is not completely true, that is why this book was written in the name of Prithviraj Chauhan, in which Prithviraj Chauhan Efforts are made to clear some false rumors related to Chauhan’s life. Prithviraj Chauhan was one of the famous rulers of India and he has a famous historical personality who represented his country India by fighting foreign rulers.
There are some mythological records about Prithviraj Chauhan on the pages of history. It is said that Prithviraj Chauhan had no knowledge about politics and even his ministers and advisors did not know anything about politics. Prithviraj Chauhan was so foolish that he used to humiliate even people of great intelligence like Shahabuddin Gouri and says about Shahabuddin Ghori that he is defeated like a fat-headed person but all these things are completely different from the facts of history.
Many historians have different opinions about the birth of Chauhan, but mainly his birth is believed to be on 1 June 1163. Prithviraj Chauhan was born in a state named Patan Patan in Gujarat. While some historians believe that Prithviraj Chauhan was born in 1168 and his parents were Someshvap Chauhan and Karpur Devi. Prithviraj Chauhan was very aggressive since childhood and had a lot of talent. At the time when Prithviraj Chauhan was born, 6 languages were spoken in Gujarat and those 6 languages are – Sanskrit, Magadi, Prakrit, Vaishakhi, Paishachi, Shauraseni Apabhramsa. Since childhood, Prithviraj Chauhan got the environment of all these languages, due to which Prithviraj Chauhan had got complete knowledge about all these languages. Apart from languages, Prithviraj Chauhan had taught many disciplines and he had also studied about history, mythology, mathematics, military science and medicine. Prithviraj Chauhan was also interested in music and painting.
|Prithviraj Chauhan – a light on the mist in history
|Virendra singh rathore
|White Falcon Publishing
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When Prithviraj Chauhan was only 13 years old, his father died and then Prithviraj Chauhan was made the ruler of Rajgarh district of Ajmer. Prithviraj Chauhan is very dangerous since childhood and he had killed a lion without any weapon in childhood, due to which everyone was afraid of him. This story of Prithviraj Chauhan became very famous and when his grandfather came to know about the exploits of Prithviraj Chauhan, his grandfather immediately called Prithviraj Chauhan to Delhi. Prithviraj Chauhan’s grandfather Anga was the ruler of Delhi and as soon as Prithviraj Chauhan came to Delhi, he made Prithviraj Chauhan the successor of Delhi. When Prithviraj Chauhan took over the rule of Delhi, he first built a fort in Delhi. At the age of just 13, Prithviraj Chauhan defeated Bhimdev, the most dangerous ruler of Gujarat. The number of armies of Prithviraj Chauhan was very high, due to which it also helped him to win the war and this is also a reason for his fame. Historians believe that Prithviraj Chauhan had more than 300,000 generals.
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It is the matter of 1178 when Prithviraj Chauhan completely destroyed Gauri in a violent mob and it attacked everyone from Gauri to Nadol. Prithviraj Chauhan was not alone in this war, but Ghurid had brought his army to support him. The descendants of Prithviraj Chauhan started making plans to drive away the Mlechhas and also attacked those people. There Ghurid survived but a few days later he was murdered by the people working under the Solankis who were Ghurid’s enemies. While fighting, Nadol falls to the ground and Prithviraj Chauhan stands in front of him and defeats him easily. In 1182, when Gauri used to oppress the Hindu masses a lot and crushed the Hindus under his feet, when Prithviraj Chauhan came to know about this, he left his kingdom and went to attack Gauri and defeated Gauri. For this, Prithviraj Chauhan puts full emphasis with his entire army.
Prithviraj Chauhan used to inspire his generals a lot and always made them aware of the war. Many historians believe that Prithviraj Chauhan did not know anything about geopolitical awareness because when the lives of the people of Mlechha were in danger, Prithviraj Chauhan could not do anything special for those people. In 1186, Ghori had completely ruled Punjab and he was gradually capturing Lahore as well, when Prithviraj Chauhan leaves with his generals to stop Ghori. Prithviraj Chauhan wants to build a relationship with Tomaras of Delhi for which he could get more political powers and then he married Tomaras, daughter of Vigraharaj Chauhan. After a few days of marriage, Vigraharaj Chauhan dies and then Prithviraj Chauhan’s relationship starts to weaken.