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Rao Chattar Sal (1632-58) built the temple of Keshavarao at Patan and Chattar Mahal at Bundi. He saw service with the Mughal forces in the Deccan and was trusted by Dara Shikoh with governorship of Delhi, a rare privilege for a Rajput. He remained loyal to Shah Jahan and Dara Shikoh during the rebellion of Aurangzeb despite many temptations and died fighting as the head of his troops[1] at the battle of Samurgarh in 1658 along with his youngest son Bharat Singh[2]. Rao Bhao Singh (1658-78) the eldest son of Chhattar Sal succeeded his father to the throne of Bundi.

See also


  1. ^ Crump & Toh. Page 291.
  2. ^ Sodhi. Page 29.

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