About Udaipur (History of Udaipur), Rajasthan
The city Udaipur is situation in Rajasthan state which was initiated by the Mewar ruler Maharana Udai Singh in year of 1559 AD, subsequent to his capital Chittorgarh was confined and shattered by the Mughal army. The foundation of the city has an interesting legend associated with it. When the king of Mughal Akbar overwhelmed the Rajput power and they handled power over the capital of Mewar territory Chittorgarh, as result to this Maharana Udai Singh was left no other choice than to surrender in the hills of Aravalis. According to it, Maharana Udai Singh, the founder, was hunting one day when he met a holy man meditating on a hill overlooking the Lake Pichhola and the holy man advised him to build a place at this favorably located spot with a fertile valley watered by the stream, a lake, an agreeable altitude and an amphitheater of low mountains which would serve as the new capital of the territory Mewar.
Therefore, the city of Udaipur came into survival posture the name of its founder, and given the heirs of Mewar territory with a capital which would stay intact by the Mughal army, their utmost enemy. Currently the city Udaipur is well known as the birthplace of Maharana Pratap, the supreme Rajput king and a passionate loyalist. The voyages of Maharana Pratap against the imperial army of King Akbar are memorable moments of Indian History. He confronted the strength of the royal power and sustained to do so until his final gasp, and therefore left us with a glorious story of supreme courage and myriad bearings.
The city Udaipur sustained to be as the capital city of the Mewar territory that was ruled by different emperors of the Sisodia tribe. The Sisodias of Mewar are alleged to be descended from the Lord Rama. It is saying that the intimates of Sisodia cam from the boundaries of Kashmir state and initiated many cities was with the coastal regions of the current Gujarat state, as soon as 2nd century BC. One among these cities was called as Vallabhai that was made-up to be bankrupt by the raiders in the time of 16th century. While the emperor of Vallabhai died, he left a son to be hoisted by a maidservant amidst the tribal aborigines of the Aravalis called as Bhils. The king was called Guhil by his mother, since he took birth in case as she was taking shelter in it. Guhil became a head of clan when he was brought up in his little age. The different tribes of Sisodia, Ranas and Rawals are considered to be the successors of Guhil.
The city Udaipur stayed a tough defender of Sisodia Ranas, and the efforts of the Mughal to bring under their overthrow not at all materialized. Later when the control of the Mughals begun to become paler, the Maharanas of Udaipur city enlarged their borders to recover their majority of mislaid kingdom of the previous Mewar territory. In year of 1818, this section of the country came under the authority of British emperors, Udaipur city became a region of the regal empire as a significant state. In 1947 independence of the India, this prince state Udaipur was combined with the state of Rajasthan and Udaipur city became the district of the state.