Moti Magri Udaipur: The Bravery of Maharana Pratap

One of the memorials built to salute the dauntless Rajputana Maharana Pratap stands stock-still at the Pearl Hill known as Moti Magri.
Udaipur was addressed as Mewar in the ancient time, which was a crucial part of the Rajput dynasty.

The Indian soil sings the tales of audacious men and women who gave their lives to protect their land.

Now the souvenirs of their bravery were left that were turned into memorials.

The place is the best place for enjoying the sunset and reciting the tales of The Great Maharana Pratap and his horse Chetak who gave their all to save motherland.

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1576 the year in which The Battle Of Haldi Ghatti was fought.

The battle was between  Akbar and Maharana Pratap.

Akbar army included 2,00,000 soldiers that outnumbered the 22,000 soldiers of Maharana.


Maharana Pratap with compact army stood to his principles and chose to fight fair and take their land back.


Haldi Ghatti’s soil turned red due to the blood.



Chetak: Valiant Horse

When Chetak jumped and rested the front legs on the elephant’s trunk, tearing it apart.


Chetak realized that his master is wounded and needed to be rescued from the battle.

Chetak ran towards a safe place with Maharana on his back.

He also jumped a water stream with his injured leg.


And then died on the spot Maharana Pratap built a memorial on the same place as a tribute to his loyal mate.


The place offers a full bird-view of the Aravalli range.

With the mesmerizing view of Fateh Sagar Lake.

Eleven feet high bronze statue weighing 7 tonnes of Maharana Pratap riding his horse Chetak.


Japanese rock garden that grabs’s attention of few.

Museum on the hill which displays Rani Padmavati and Meera Bai and Haldi Ghati battle and Chittorgarh Fort.

Light and Sound show in the evening.

Timings – 9 am to 6 pm

Entry fee is required.


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