Sandalwood Rajasthani Doll

This RAJASTHANI DOLL’S Scenes tells the story of Mewar freedom fighter Maharana Pratap. And The Rajasthani Traditional jewellery giving this piece a preface Rajasthani Look. This Is a Sandalwood miniature carved Decorative item, Total Hand Carved

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RAJASTHANI DOLL

The Rajasthani Doll Shows the Beauty of the Rajasthani lady with our Traditional jewellery, and it tells the story of a Mewar freedom fighter Maharana Pratap.

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Maharana Pratap-

Maharana Pratap
(9 May 1540
29January 1597) was a ruler of Mewar, a state in north-western India. He belonged to the Sisodia clan of Suryavanshi Rajputs. The epitome of fiery Rajput pride and self-respect, Pratap has for centuries exemplified the qualities that Rajputs aspire to. Pratap eldest of 25 brothers and 20 sisters, was born at Kumbhalgarh on Sunday the May 9, 1540 to Maharana Udai Singh and Maharani Javanta Bai Songara (Chauhan). Polygamy and maximum children were social necessity of the period owing to higher female population and high battle casualties. Rana Pratap had 17 sons and five daughters. The male-line descendants of Udai Singh II bear the patronymic "Ranawat". Maharana Pratap was born in Pali-Marwar. His birth place known as Juni Kacheri. 

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