Kshetra Singh

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Kshetra Singh
Rana of Mewar
Reign c. 1364 – c. 1382
Predecessor Hammir Singh
Successor Lakha Singh
Died 1382
Issue Lakha Singh
Father Hammir Singh
Sisodia Rajputs of Mewar II
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)
Maharana Pratap (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 vinjuda (1884–1930)
Bhupal Singh (1930—1955)

Kheta, or Kshetra Singh[1] (died 1382), was the Maharana (r. 1364–1382) of Mewar Kingdom. He was the son of Maharana Hammir Singh. In his reign, he conquered Ajmer and Mandalgarh. After his death he was succeeded by Rana Lakha Singh (1382-1421).


Rana Kshetra, who ruled Mewar from A.D. 1364 to A.D. 1382, was the son and successor of the celebrated Rana Hammir. He greatly enlarged the kingdom. He captured Ajmer and Jahazpur, re-annexed Mandalgarh, Mandsore, and the whole of Chappan to Mewar. He obtained a victory over the Sultan of Delhi,[2] who was utterly defeated at Bakrole. Kshetra Singh also took the Sultan of Gujarat prisoner in a battle. The Kumbalgarh inscription says that "he captured Zafar Khan. Sultan of Patan (First Independent Sultan of Gujarat). Maharana kshetra singh died in 1382 AD during a campaign against the Hada of bundi.

[3] Rana Kshetra Singh further increased his fame by defeating the Sultan of Malwa and killing his general Ami Shah.[4]


  1. ^ UDAIPUR
  2. ^ Tods annals and antiquities vol I pg 274
  3. ^ Lane Poole's Muhammadan Dynasties of India pg 376
  4. ^ Har Bilas Sarda "Maharana Kumbha: sovereign, soldier, scholar" pg 4
Preceded by
Ruler of the Mewar Kingdom
1364- 1382
Succeeded by