Vidya Bharati Alumni pays homage to Rana Sanga, a fierce Rajput king who was known for his courage and tenacity, on His Birth Anniversary.
Maharana Sangram Singh, or popularly known as Rana Sanga, was the grandson of Rana Kumbha, and the son of Rana Raimal. He became the King of Mewar in 1508 and ruled till 1528. He was the last ruler of medieval India who stood, united several Rajput states, and fought against the foreign invaders despite losing one arm, one eye and had close to 80 wounds on his body.
During his rule, Mewar touched the pinnacle of prosperity and he developed and protected his environment from invasions from the Muslim rulers of Delhi, Gujarat, and Malwa.
In remembrance of Rana Sanga and as a support toward the nation, let us join the Vidya Bharati Alumni Network.