Rana Sanga

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Sangram Singh I, also known as "Rana Sanga," was a king from the Sisodia dynasty. He reigned from 1482 until 1528 CE. He ruled over Mewar, the historic Guhila (Sisodia) region in present-day northwestern India. His kingdom grew to be one of the most powerful in Northern India in the early sixteenth century under his effective leadership. He ruled over what is now Rajasthan, North Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh. Chittor served as his capital.