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|An historical village|
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|ISO 3166 code||RJ-IN|
Chawand is a historical village and was the last capital of Mewar under the reign of Maharana Pratap. Chawand is located in Sarada tehsil of Udaipur district of Rajasthan. It is 5 km north-west of Sarada and 60 km south of Udaipur city.
After the battle of Haldighati, Maharana Pratap captured this area from the Rathors and established his new capital at Chawand in 1585 CE. Maharana Pratap built Chamunda Devi temple here. He built about 16 hideouts within the radius of 10 km to 1 km around his capital to look after the administration. Many secret army stores, palaces, temples and buildings for his loyal Bhils were also constructed here. During a hunting accident, he died on 29 January 1597 in Chawand. A fine statue of Maharana Pratap and his four aide has been built in the memory of Maharana Pratap.