Maharanas- A Thousand Year War For Dharma

Maharanas- A Thousand Year War For Dharma

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Book Specification

Item Code: UAL661
Author: Omendra Ratnu
Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan, Delhi
Language: English
Edition: 2022
Pages: 398
Other Details 8.50 X 5.50 inch
Weight 470 gm

Book Description

About The Book

The book that is going to become as sacred as scriptures in each Hindu home. The book that will destroy the lies woven around the glorious Hindu resistance for one thousand uninterrupted years to Islamic invaders of various hues.

The book that will reveal the truth of the greatest Dynasty, not just the greatest Hindu Dynasty, not just the greatest Dynasty of Bharat, but the greatest Dynasty in the world: The Sisodiyas of Mewad. The Avataras who fought invaders non-stop for 1000 years, who endured all hardships, who refused to surrender even when their kingdom was encircled by enemies on all sides, who lived like nomads, but refused to give up. The Dynasty because of which Kesaria still flies on the sacred land of Bharat.

The book questions the whitewash of the deeds and lives of the great Maharanas, especially the greatest of them; Maharana Pratap Singh.

Written by a passionate practicing surgeon who brings the same incisiveness, exactness, and accuracy to the study of the history of this great Dynasty, as his profession.

The book that will arouse in you the sleeping kshatriya, and will remind you that honour and pride do not define the man, they are the man.

About The Author

Omendra Ratnu is a practising ENT surgeon who also has an abiding passion for culture, history and Dharma. He has been a columnist with various newspapers and web portals writing on issues of Hindu survival in the subcontinent. He has authored a small book on the plight of the minorities of Pakistan titled, The Hindus of Pakistan: A Genocide Forgotten.

Dr. Ratnu has a keen interest in the history of Rajasthan and has written several articles on the history of Mewar. He is also a songwriter, singer and music composer.

Dr. Ratnu presently runs an NGO, Nimittekam, to rehabilitate minority refugees from Pakistan in Bharat.


"The East bow'd low before the blast In patient deep disdain; She let the legions thunder past, And plunged in thought again..."

Mathew Arnold, a poet, wrote these lines about the Hindus of Bharat. This is the crux of the core narrative embedded in the consciousness of this besieged nation, for the past 300 years. This is especially ingrained in our academic and literary discourse during the past seven decades of unopposed Leftist-Christlamic onslaught on our history. The crux being that Hindus are a meek race, indulging only in commercial or spiritual pursuits, and are no match for the muscular Islamic invaders who had been ravaging the subcontinent unceasingly.

Then, a couple of years ago, while meandering on Twitter, I chanced upon a tweet by Sanjay Dixit (former bureaucrat, author and thinker) mentioning the Battle of Dewair, where Maharana Pratap Singh of Mewar conclusively defeated Akbar's army in September, CE 1583.

Initially, out of my intellectual arrogance and sloth, I brushed it aside as an exaggerated fantasy of right-wing Hindus to idolise Pratap. I then contacted my friend, Shatrunjay Singh of Devgadh, who introduced me to a very pious soul, Shri Narayan Upadhyaya of Devgadh.

**Contents and Sample Pages**

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