Maharana Pratap is known for her braveness and gallantry and is one of India’s greatest warriors. For around 27 years between 1572 and 1597, Pratap ruled Udaipur. The battle of Haldighati was one of the most glorious battles of the Sisodia Rajput dynasty Pratap Singh. The memorial is built to recognize its strength and bravery. Therefore, along with Chetak, his faithful horse, a living bronze statue is made of Maharana Pratap.
Constructed in the 18th century, Maharana Bhagwat Singh’s Memorial is one of the most significant homages to Maharana Pratap. A life-sized bronze statue of Maharana Pratap on its faithful horse, Chetak, is one of the most impressive features of the Memorial. The measurement is 11 meters high and weighs approximately 70 tons. The work is visible from a few kilometers.
A large number of paintings remain in the museum located on the grounds of the Memorial. The rich history of Kumbhalgarh and Chittorgarh along with the few examples from the battle of Haldighati is portrayed in these paintings. In the Memorial Centre, Bhilu Raja, Bhamashah, Jhalaman and Hakim Khan Sur, other close-known and beloved statues of Maharana Pratap are also included.