Have you ever read what happened in Mewar in the next 10 years after Haldighati. The pages that have been removed from history have to be compiled back because they are the symbols of Hindu resistance and valor. It is not even taught in history that when Maharana Pratap attacked the elephant of Kunwar Man Singh in the Haldighati war, the royal army had fled for five to six years and joined the war again with the rumor of Akbar’s arrival. This incident is recorded in Abul Fazl’s book Akbarnama.
Was the Haldi valley a separate war … or just one of the minor incidents of a major war, just a beginning incident … The historians have done a great injustice to the history of Mewar by confining Maharana Pratap to Haldighati. In reality, the Battle of Haldighati was just the beginning of many wars between Maharana Pratap and the Mughals. The Mughal could neither capture Pratap nor dominate the Mewar. We tell you what happened after Haldighati.
After the battle of Haldi valley, #Maharana had only 7000 soldiers left … and in a short time the Mughals had control over Kumbhalgarh, Gogunda, Udaipur, and nearby bases. In that case, Maharana planned a “#Guerrilla_Yudh” and never let the Mughals settle in Mewar. Distracted by the valor of Maharana, Akbar sent one lakhs of soldiers every year between 1577 and 1582, even after Haldighati in 1576, which failed to bow down to Maharana.
After the Haldighati war, Maharana Pratap’s treasurer Bhamashah and his brother Tarachand attended Malwa with a penalty of twenty five lakh rupees and two thousand Ashurfiyas. After this incident, Maharana Pratap respected Bhamashah very much and planned an attack on Dewar. The amount of money that Bhamashah gave to Maharana for the service of the state could be supplied to 25 thousand soldiers for 12 years. Just what was it again … Maharana started organizing his army again and in a short time a powerful army of 40,000 boys was ready.
After that, the second part of the Haldighati war started which has either been removed or bypassed under a conspiracy from history. It has been called the Battle of Diver.
It is about 1542, it was Vijayadashami day and Maharana pledged to free Mewar back with his newly organized army. After that, the army was divided into two parts and the bugle of war broke out… One troop was commanded by Maharana himself and the second troop was headed by his son Amar Singh. Colonel Tod has also described Haldighati as the Thermopylae of Mewar and the War of Diwar as the Marathon of Rajasthan. These are the same events around which you have seen the film 300. Colonel Tod has also described the valor, sharpness and pride of the Maharana and his army as Spartans, who used to clash with an army 4 times larger than theirs in the battlefield.
The war of Diwere was fierce, Maharana Pratap’s army led by Maharajkumar Amar Singh attacked the Dewar police station, thousands of Mughal, Rajput Talwar Bachho Bhalo and Kataro were captured. In the battle, Maharajkumar Amarsingh sacked Sultan Khan Mughal who cut off Sultan Khan and his horse. In the same battle, the sword of another Rajput fell on an elephant and cut off its leg. Maharana Pratap attacked Bahlekhan Mughal’s head and cut him with a horse with a sword. This hallmark of valor is not seen anywhere in history. After that there was a saying that in Mewar the rider is cut with a horse in a single blow. These incidents were enough to frighten the Mughals. The remaining 34,000 Mughal soldiers surrendered before Maharana. The war of Diwar broke the morale of the Mughals in such a way that as a result, the Mughals had to flee leaving all their 36 police stations and bases built in Mewar, even when the Mughals fled to the fort of Kumbhalgarh empty by night.
After the war of Diwar, Pratap captured important places like Gogunda, Kumbhalgarh, Bassi, Chawand, Javar, Madariya, Mohi, Mandalgarh. Even after this, Maharana and his army continued their campaign, only to free all the places / fort of Mewar of Chittor, Kochod.
After repossessing most of Mewar, Maharana Pratap took the order that if anyone cultivates even one Biswa land and gives it to the Muslims (tax), his head will be cut off. After this, the logistics at Mewar and nearby Khuli Shahi Tikano were consumed from Ajmer with full security.
The war of Diwar was very decisive not only in Maharana Pratap but also in the history of the Mughals. A handful of Rajputs filled the hearts of the Mughals who ruled the entire Indian subcontinent. The war of Diwar not only put a stop to Akbar’s victory in Mewar but also aroused such fear in the Mughals that during Akbar’s time the major attacks on Mewar were almost stopped.
Enraged by this incident, Akbar continued to send military forces of millions of soldiers to Mewar under the leadership of different generals every year, but to no success. Akbar himself camped around Mewar for the purpose of climbing Mewar for 6 months but it was feared by Maharana to give half a rag to Bahlol Khan, including his horse, that he never came directly to climb Mewar.
These are the pages of history which court historians have deliberately disappeared from the course. Which are now being attempted to be returned.