Udai Singh

Udai Singh

Maharana Udai Singh (August 4, 1522 – February 28, 1572) was a king of Mewar and the founder of the city of Udaipur in the present day Rajasthan state of India. He was the 53rd ruler of the Mewar dynasty. He was the fourth and posthumous son of Maharana Sangram Singh and Rani Karmavati, a princess of Bundi.

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