On the day of Basant Panchami, Prithviraj Chauhan had killed Mohammed Ghori
On the day of Basant Panchami, Prithviraj Chauhan had killed Mohammed Ghori

On the day of Basant Panchami, last Hindu ruler Prithviraj Chauhan had killed Mohammad Ghori. The way that Prithviraj Chauhan slaughtered Mohammed Ghori was a very interesting and surprising one.

Basant Panchami is celebrated with great enthusiasm across the country. Basant Panchami is one of the big festivals of Hindus. Today is remembered for the bravery and valor of last Hindu ruler Prithviraj Chauhan, who ruled Delhi today. Tell that the famous Prithviraj, as the last Hindu Raja, was mounted on the throne in the age of fifteen. There were thirteen queens of Prithviraj. In 1192, on the day of Basant Panchami, Prithviraj Chauhan had killed his enemy Mohammad Ghori in spite of not having eyes. The way the death of Prithviraj Chauhan killed Mohammed Ghori was also interesting and surprising.

Prithviraj Chauhan Biography

Today we are telling you about the emperor of Hindus Prithviraj Chauhan. Rajput was the Kshatriya king of Chauhan dynasty. These heroes of the earth ruled from Delhi to Ajmer, famous for defeating the Muslim rulers...

Hindu emperor Prithviraj Chauhan (1166-1192) was the Hindu Kshatriya king of the Chauhan dynasty who ruled northern India during the latter half of the 12th century on Ajmer and Delhi. Prithviraj is also called 'Rai Pithora'. He was the famous king of Chauhan dynasty. Prithviraj Chauhan was born here of the Veer Rajput Maharaja Someshwar of Ajmer State. His mother's name was Kapoori Devi, who got the son Ratna after twelve years. There was political upheaval in the state since Prithviraj's birth, many efforts were made to kill him in his childhood, but he escaped

Prithviraj Chauhan, who was Veer Rajput Yudha, was fond of gallant and fencing from his childhood. He had fought a lion in his childhood and had his jaw high. Prithviraj has renovated his capital Delhi It is said that Prithviraj's army had 300 elephants and 300,000 soldiers, including a large number of horsemen.

The story of Veer Prithviraj Chauhan, 17 times was lost to Mohammed Gauri

According to historians, there was a war between Prithviraj Chauhan and Mohammad Ghori in the plain of Tarain. Ghori had to face defeat 17 times in the war. It is said that Prithviraj Chauhan was a generous heart and despite having defeated in the war, he left Gori alive. But 18 times when the war took place in the plain of Tarain, Ghori won and did not leave Prithviraj. He took Prithviraj Chauhan with him to Afghanistan and burst his eyes there. Gori's retaliation was not calm and he decided to kill them.

Prithviraj Chauhan was the master of esoteric arrows. The arrow could hear the voice. Gori wanted to see the maximum of the arrows before his death sentence. Prithviraj's fellow poet Chandrabardai, advised Gori to sit in a high place and hit the pan and promptly point to it. Gori assumed and he did exactly what Chandbordai had said. Chandrabardai then sent a message to Prithviraj:

चार बांस चौबीस गज, अंगुल अष्ट प्रमाण।
ता ऊपर सुल्तान है, मत चूको चौहान ॥

Prithviraj Chauhan understood his favorite friend Chandrabardai's gesture and he did not make any mistake. He guessed from the point of injury on the pan and the signs of moonlight, how much distance and the direction in which direction is sitting. Then what was the arrow that he hit, he went straight into the chest of a ghoul After this Chandbardai and Prithviraj also sacrificed each other and gave self-sacrifice. This historic event happened in 1192eve only on the day of Basant Panchami.