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Volume - II
Preface Prayers
Seeta's Marriage The Target
Narada Prahlada
Atri Vasishthai
Avva The Buddha
Chandra- gupta Ashoka
Kasi

Rameswaram

Badarinath- kedarnath Ujjain
Deepavali Dassara
Onam The Lion And The rabbit

The Swan and The Tortoise

The Crane And The Crab
Ranasanga Ranapratap
Major Sections
Culture Course
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Volume-IV

Volume-V

Volume-VI

Volume-VII

Volume-VIII

Volume-IX

Volume-X

RANA PRATAP

Rana Pratap was another great Raiput king.

He was Rana Sanga's grandson.

He was as brave as his grandfather.

Emperor Akbar ruled in Delhi at that time.

Akbar had captured Chitor and left it in ruins. Out of fear of Akbar some Rajputs joined Akbar, Akbar wanted Pratap, too, to come over to his side. He sent some of his Rajput followers to the Rana to persuade him to make his peace with the emperor.

They told him, "Why don't you join Akbar? He has a very big army. You cannot defeat him."

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