Maharana Sanga & his Achievements (1508 – 1528 A.D.)

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Maharana Sanga & his Achievements (1508 – 1528 A.D.)

Sanga's Relations with Malwa

Fortunately to a person of firm resolution and plan, an opportunity to derive advantage came. In Malwa there arose disturbance between the Sultan and his minister Medini Rai. The Purbia Rajputs also rose against the Sultan, being alarmed of the conspiracy of Muzaffar Shah II. In the meantime Medini Rai repaired to Chitor to seek the Rana’s help. The Rana willingly helped the Rai and took Gagraun, Bhilsa, Raisen, Sarangpur and Chanderi under his possession and defeated the Sultan- He was also successful in taking Mahmud II to Chitor as a royal captive. But with a Rajput magnanimity the Sultan was treated well. The Rana attended to his wounds in person and after his recovery sent back the Sultan to Mandu with respect. In return the Sultan offered to the Rana a jeweled belt and a crown. Kalpi, Bhilsa, Ranthambhor, Sarangpur and Chandri were retained by the Rana as a protectorate of Mewar. As a guarantee for the future good conduct of the Sultan, his son was kept with the Rana.



Sanga's Relations with Gujarat

The growing influence of the Rana was also not liked by Muzaffar Shah II of Gujarat He was search of some pretext to open hostility with Sanga. Very soon the opportunity came with question of the succession of Idar. There were two claimants of Surajma’s throne, one was Raimal, and the other was Bharmal Rana Sanga supported the claims of Raimal, and Bharmal sought the help of Muzaffar Shah II – in the first round the Rana defeated the Gujarat army, plundered Ahmednagar and Visalnagar, and established his protégé in Idar. Next winter (1520) the Sultan of Gujarat and Malwa made combined effort to retrieve their honor and humiliate the Rana. Ajaz and Qwanul Mulk, the commanders of Gujarat and Malwa armies, led the forces against the Rana. They failed to take the fort of Mandasor, and the Rana too could not decide die conflict in his favour. By Babar’s appearance on the frontiers of the Punjab the situation in northern India grew uncertain. Both the parties, therefore, came to terms by mutual exchange of presents and hostages. However, this settlement did not diminish the Rana’s political influence at the court of Gujarat, for the aspiring princes and the nobles of Gujarat repaired to the Court of Chittor with a hope of assistance against Sikandar, the crown-prince.


Sanga and Imbrahim Lodhi

Hardly the Rana was free from the Sultans of Malwa and Gujarat, his authority was challenged by Ibrahim Lodi. He sent an imperial army of the Afghans under the command of Main makhan. He was to be assisted by other generals namely, Mian Hussain, Zar Baksh, Miaan Farmuli and Mian Maruf. The Rana also advanced against them and made such an impression of his power that Mian Hussain decided to change his side. Then the Sultan personally came to take the field at Ghatoli; as a result the Sultan had to suffer a defeat ; he had to leave prisoner of the royal blood to grace the triumph of Chittor.

 
 

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