Jagat Singh I

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Jagat Singh I
Rana of Mewar
Reign1628–1652
PredecessorKaran Singh II
SuccessorRaj Singh I
Born1607
Died10 April 1652(1652-04-10) (aged 44–45)
IssueRaj Singh I
FatherKaran Singh II
Sisodia Rajputs of Mewar II
(1326–1884)
Hammir Singh (1326–1364)
Kshetra Singh (1364–1382)
Lakha Singh (1382–1421)
Mokal Singh (1421–1433)
Rana Kumbha (1433–1468)
Udai Singh I (1468–1473)
Rana Raimal (1473–1508)
Rana Sanga (1508–1527)
Ratan Singh II (1528–1531)
Vikramaditya Singh (1531–1536)
Vanvir Singh (1536–1540)
Udai Singh II (1540–1572)
Pratap Singh I (1572–1597)
Amar Singh I (1597–1620)
Karan Singh II (1620–1628)
Jagat Singh I (1628–1652)
Raj Singh I (1652–1680)
Jai Singh (1680–1698)
Amar Singh II (1698–1710)
Sangram Singh II (1710–1734)
Jagat Singh II (1734–1751)
Pratap Singh II (1751–1754)
Raj Singh II (1754–1762)
Ari Singh II (1762–1772)
Hamir Singh II (1772–1778)
Bhim Singh (1778–1828)
Jawan Singh (1828–1838)
Sardar Singh (1828–1842)
Swarup Singh (1842–1861)
Shambhu Singh (1861–1874)
Sajjan Singh (1874–1884)
Fateh Singh (1884–1930)
Bhupal Singh (1930—1955)

Jagat Singh I[1] (1607 – 10 April 1652), was the Maharana of Mewar Kingdom in Rajputana, India (r. 1628–1652). He was a son of Maharana Karan Singh II. Jagat Singh build a Tatbandi means safe wall around the Chittor Fort. When Shahjahan heard of it, he sent his noble wajir Sadullah Khan to occupy Mewar because Shahjahan thought that Jagat Singh broke the treaty that his father made with Amar Singh. The treaty had a clause that any Rana of Mewar cannot build any defence or safe wall around the fort. Sadullah Khan occupied Mewar. Rana Jagat Singh Made a new treaty with Shahjahan and broke that defence wall that he built around the fort.

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