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Rana Sanga told him the truth about himself.

The chief gave him his daughter in marriage.

'When the brothers Prithviraj and Jaimal died, Rana Sanga became king.

Rana Sanga was a very brave man. He drove foreign invaders out of the country. He fought eighteen battles and won many of them. He was called "The Lion of Battles. "

In his last war against King Babar, however., he was defeated. He fled from Chitor.

Rana Sanga had already lost an eye. Now he lost an arm and a leg. There were eighteen wounds in his body.

Yet he vowed to return to Chitor victorious. But he died before he could fulfil his vow.

People of Rajasthan sing his praises even this day.

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