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Definitions

  1. Bappa Rawal is one of the most powerful and famous rulers of the Mewar Dynasty.
  2. Bappa Rawal was one of the most powerful and famous rulers of the Mewar Dynasty. (Web site)
  3. Bappa Rawal was blessed by a Shaivite hermit, Harita who lived at Eklingji.

Bin Qasim

  1. Bin Qasim was able to defeat Dahir in Sindh but was routed by Bappa Rawal.
  2. According to some sources, Bin Qasim, an Arab who invaded Sindh in the 8th century, also attacked Chittorgarh, and was defeated by Bappa Rawal.
  3. All subsequent rulers of Mewar trace their lineage to Bappa Rawal.

Bappa Rawal

  1. Bin Qasim was able to defeat Dahir in Sindh but was routed by Bappa Rawal.
  2. Bappa Rawal took his Gurkhas and liberated Afghanistan - originally named Gandhar, from which the present day Kandahar derives its name.
  3. When Guru Gorkhanath awoke, he was pleased with the devotion of Bappa Rawal.
  4. Bappa Rawal is said to have spent his childhood near a place called Nagda.
  5. The Rajput legend traces their ancestry to Bappa Rawal - the legendary founder of the race who is said to have lived in the 8th century. (Web site)

Dynasty

  1. Bappa Rawal, born Prince Kalbhoj, was the 8th ruler of the Gahlot Gurjar dynasty.
  2. Chittor was part of the Mewar Kingdom ruled by the legendary Bappa Rawal of Sisodia Dynasty.
  3. He belonged to the Guhilote clan (cula) and thus claimed descent from the Hindu sun-God Bappa Rawal - Campaigns. (Web site)
  4. Bappa Rawal, born Prince Kalbhoj, was the eighth ruler of the Guhilot Dynasty, and the founder of the Mewar Dynasty (734) of Rajputana, India. (Web site)
  5. Bappa Rawal, born Prince Kalbhoj, was the 8th ruler of the Guhilot dynasty.

Th Century

  1. The Guhilote dynasty of Chittor established their rule in 8th century CE. Bappa Rawal of this dynasty established his rule in 734 CE at Chittor.
  2. Rana Sanga In the 8th century A.D., Bappa Rawal drove out the invaders from Rajasthan and united its several small kingdoms into one.
  3. The Guhilote or Gehlot dynasty of Chittor established their rule in 8th century CE. Bappa Rawal of this dynasty established his rule in 734 CE at Chittor.

Ruled

  1. This state was founded by Bappa Rawal, who ruled from Chittorgarh.
  2. Later descendants of Bappa Rawal moved further east to found the house of Gorkha, which in turn founded the Kingdom of Nepal. (Web site)
  3. A second branch of Gohils who also were the descendents of Bappa Rawal ruled Khergarh in Marwar.

Ruler

  1. At age six the secret was out that Udai was really the son of Rana Sanga, the most valiant and honoured ruler after Bappa Rawal.
  2. All subsequent rulers of Mewar trace their lineage to Bappa Rawal.

Maharana

  1. The temple was built by Bappa Rawal in the 8 th century and rebuilt in the 15 th century by Maharana Raimal.
  2. Bappa Rawal the 6th in line from Guhaditya and he had his capital at Nagda, a few miles to the north of Udaipur city.

Mewar

  1. Later descendants of Bappa Rawal moved further east to found the house of Gorkha, which in turn founded the Kingdom of Nepal.
  2. The history of Mewar over the past 1200 years is essentially the history of the dynasty and state founded by Bappa Rawal.
  3. History has it that Bappa Rawal, the founder of the Sisodia dynasty, conquered Chittaur in the middle of the 8th century from the Maurya rulers.
  4. From the eighth to the 16th century, Bappa Rawal's descendants ruled over an important kingdom called Mewar stretching from Gujarat to Ajmer.

Brave

  1. Bappa Rawal fought and defeated the Arab invaders in the country and also turned the tide against them and dominated the aliens in their own territory.
  2. Bappa Rawal is known for his strong pride in his Dharma and culture, for defeating the alien Arabian invaders and being a great, glorious and brave king.
  3. Besides being a brave warrior who lead his army to great victories, Bappa Rawal was also known to be a just ruler.

Ascetic

  1. There are legends that Bappa Rawal (Kalbhoj) went further conquering Iran and Iraq before he retired as an ascetic at the feet of Mt.
  2. According to these it is said Bappa Rawal stood 20 cubits in height, ruled for a hundred years and then retired to Mount Meru as an ascetic.

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