The Rajputana property is infused with its own tribe sons’ courage and bravery ; their blood smeared desert land is a symbol of Rajputana glory. Mewar produced abundant proud legends; sagas of chivalry, valour and freedom. But every coin has each era dooms in its darkness and a different side. The property of Mewar had a sheep of its own.
Udai Singh proclaimed himself as the king and came to power. He needed to flee from Mewar and ruled Mewar to get a small period of five years till he had been defeated by his own brother Raimal. He was a ruler and owing to his incompetency, Mewar dropped the lands of Abu and Ajmer. He fled into Delhi and offered his daughter in alliance in exchange for his support into the Sultan of Delhi. But Udai Singh was struck by lightning before the marriage and destiny had its own strategies, and died on the place.
Their son tarnished this Suryavanshi kings of Mewar’s heritage and such was the hatred that he was omitted by many from the genealogies of Mewar. He was nicknamed’murderer’ and the condemned Rana Udai Singh was diluted in the background.
Born to one of the personalities of Mewar, Rana Kumbha, the undefeated Maharana; Prince Uda, Udaikaran or Udai Singh is among the most sons of Mewar. However, the power driven youthful Udai Singh failed to wait patiently to pave his way. In a act of patricide, he killed his own father Rana Kumbha; he was offering prayers Lord Eklingji, to his deity.