Raja Bhamashah

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Raja Bhamashah
Raja Bhamashah (1542-1598 apprx.)
Bhamashah was
Maharana Pratap's childhood friend and adviser. As a courageous and a skillful General, Bhamashah played crucial roles in the numerous military exercises of Mewar against the mighty Moghul army.

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