Lot # 80 - Punch Marked Coin. Kashi Janapada. Brahmadatta Family. Silver
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Rana Sangram Shah (Rana Sanga), (1433-1468 AD), Square Copper 1/2 Paisa, Obv: Rulers Name in Nagri Legend, 4.05g, 13.05 X 12.77mm, Unpublished, about fine, Extremely Rare.
Maharana Sanga popularly called Rana Sanga, was one of the “greatest” of the Maharanas of Mewar. It was during his reign that Mewar reached the zenith of its power and pros- perity. “Sanga” was the “kallas” (pinnacle) of ' Mewar's glory." He was the acknowledged leader of the Hindu kings and chiefs of Western India. He is styled “Hindupat”, or the “Chief of the Hindus”. Babur, the founder of the Turk power in India, says in his Memoirs that “Rana Sanga” was the most powerful sovereign in “Hindustan”