Rana Sanga was a chivalrous Indian king, whose honorable reign was marked by a series of victorious battles. During the course of these wars, Rana Sanga sacrificed his one arm and had been crippled in one leg and even received several wounds on his body.
Rana Sanga rose to be the greatest king of Mewar. During his rule, Mewar reached the peak of her glory. He extended his kingdom by defeating various kings including the Lodhi kings of Delhi several times.
Finally, Sanga had to face a new and powerful invader in the Mughal ruler Babar. When Babar invaded India and defeated Ibrahim Lodhi- the Sultan of Delhi, the Rajput clans united under Rana Sanga to confront Lodhi. Unfortunately, the superior artillery of the Mughal succeeded against the Rajputs, and Babar defeated Rajputs under the leadership of Rana Sanga.
But despite this loss, Rana Sanga’s courage and kind heartedness will continue to inspire generations to come.