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Chetak Smarak

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19th Feb 18

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: Below 1hr
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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Aniket Sharma

Aniket Sharma4.3/5

63 reviews

Chetak; loyalty and bravery of upmost kind

I was fortunate enough to visit the Chetak Smarak while on my Udaipur trip on 05. 05. 2012. We began our trip to various places starting from Chetak Samadhi. Me being even more close to animals was a bit naive after knowing how maharana Pratap would have been saved by his mightiest of all horse, Chetak who gallantly fought & escaped the death of his king even when he was injured. It is well known to every Indian that Chetak actually crossed the haldighati valley on three legs & hence, saving his kings life. Chetak Samadhi is the place where the bravest horse Chetak breathed for the last time. I could feel all the loyalty these innocent souls are ready to serve for their owners even when it comes to their life.

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Rizwanuddin Rafiq

Rizwanuddin Rafiq5.0/5

2842 reviews

Memorial of Maharana Pratap's Saviour

Chetak Smarak is a memorial built in the memory of Maharana Pratap's famous and loyal Horse Chetak who died on 21st June 1576, after saving the Maharana Pratap's life. It was a quite shocking incident for Maharana and he buried his dutiful and affectionate saviour, and the battle of Haldighati which was fought on 18th June 1576, is always remembered for the great warrior Maharana Pratap's bravery and for the loyalty of Chetak. The memorial is said to have been built at the spot that Chetak died, having a secured compound and a cenotaph on the grave of Chetak. A temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, was built in 1989 close to the Chetak Smarak. This memorial is situated about 47 Km away from Udaipur via NH-76, in Haldighati.The memorial is an interesting little place and close to a museum dedicated to the battle, and a new one coming up close by. It can also be reached easily by road, about 4 km from the temple town of Nathdwara in the lake district of Rajsamand in Rajasthan. As visitors will admire the museum's guides, depiction of Maha Rana's life by colourful Tableau with light and sound and the documentary which will be shown to them. Surely it is providing a window to peep in the past for all the visitors. No need to carry water, food items, luggage etc as restaurant and one famous rose based products shop is there.

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