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Whenever it comes to roaming in India, the first name that comes to everyone’s mind is Rajasthan. Everyone wants to go to Rajasthan to roam, but few people will know about Rajasthan that it came into existence on 30 March 1949. Come, on this special occasion we are telling you about some interesting things related to Rajasthan and its proud history. Say Rajasthan Day or Rajasthan Foundation Day, it is celebrated every year on 30 March. On 30 March 1949, the princely states of Jodhpur, Jaipur, Jaisalmer and Bikaner were merged to form the ‘Greater Rajasthan Union’. This is considered the day of the establishment of Rajasthan. Various colorful programs are organized as part of Rajasthan Day celebrations at Janpath, Jaipur, on the evening of March 30, on the occasion of Foundation Day of the state of Rajasthan. Rajasthan was earlier known as Rajputana which was later changed to Rajasthan. The word Rajasthan means ‘place of kings’ because Gurjars, Rajputs, Mauryas, Jats etc. ruled here earlier. After the declaration of independence by the British rulers, when the process of transfer of power began, it was felt that the independence of independent India and the merger of the then part of Rajputana into India could prove to be a daunting task. The integration of Rajasthan was not an easy task. With the declaration of independence, the heads of the princely states of Rajputana were vying to retain their power in the independent state, at that time, from the perspective of the current state of Rajasthan, there was a total of twenty two princely states in this territory of Rajputana. . It was the most difficult task to persuade stubborn kings. Among them, except for the princely state of Ajmer, Merwada, the remaining princely states were ruled by the native kings Maharajas. Ajmer-Merwada province was occupied by the British rulers. For this reason, it would have come to independent India only, but the remaining twenty-one princely states were to be merged i.e. to form a province called ‘Rajasthan’ after unification. Everyone made this task even more difficult by keeping their own conditions. Due to the competition for power, it seemed very difficult because the rulers of these princely states were seeing the merger of their princely states into independent India as a second priority. Their demand was that they have been running the rule of their own states for years, they have long-term experience of this, so that their princely state should be given the status of ‘independent state’. The process of unification of Rajasthan, which began on 18 March 1948, between a decade of overhaul and hard work by Sardar Patel, was completed on 1 November 1956 in a total of seven phases. In this, the role of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and his secretary VP Menon, then the princely state and home minister of the Government of India, was very important. It was due to their understanding that the present form of Rajasthan could be created. It is difficult to count the proud heroes here because many heroes were born in the land of Rajasthan and gave their lives for the sake of this earth. Prithviraj Chauhan was born here on the earth, called the brave warrior, who defeated Muhammad Ghori in the first battle of Tarain. Ghori is said to have attacked Prithviraj 18 times, in which he suffered defeat 17 times.
Prithvi, the 12-year-old son of Raja Jaswant Singh of Jodhpur, had torn the jaw of Aurangzeb’s dread-starved wild lion with his hands. Rana Sanga showed courage by fighting more than a hundred wars. The sacrifice of Queen Bagheli of Thakur Mohkam Singh of Bulanda (Pali) is also immortal along with the sacrifice of Panna Dhai. In order to save Jodhpur’s prince Ajit Singh from Aurangzeb, she had brought him in hiding instead of his newborn princess. The famous poet Kipling of England wrote, “If there is any place in the world where the bones of heroes are made dust of the road, then it can be called Rajasthan.” Know the important facts related to this state … 1. A state was formed by combining 22 princely states. 2. Rajasthan is the largest state in the country in terms of area. 3. Heera Lal Shastri was the first Chief Minister of Rajasthan. 4. Forts of Chittorgarh, Kumbhalgarh, Ranthambore, Gagaram, Amer and Jaisalmer in Rajasthan have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Site. 5. Rajasthan’s population has increased rapidly in the last 67 years. Its population in 1951 was 1.59 crores. At the same time, it has a population of 6.86 crore. On the occasion of Rajasthan Day, various programs will be organized on March 29 at the district headquarters. Deepakdaan, fireworks and multi-colored cultural evening will be a special attraction with the Rajasthan Vikas saga exhibition.