I am a Fighter Toddlers T-Shirt
There is a fighter amongst all of us. We fight against various things, be it our inner demons, or the societal pressure, as the list goes on. What makes the difference is the fighter spirit within us, as to how far can you go to make sure that it is you who has the last laugh.
Our history has been replete with many such examples, but somehow the example of Rana Raj Singh, the last great ruler of Mewar stands out. The contemporary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Rana Raj Singh was a vassal of the Mughal Empire, courtesy his great great grandfather Amar Singh’s treaty with the Mughal Emperor Jahangir.
Rebellion was not something unnatural to Rana Raj Singh. However, he was aware of the consequences. For just reconstructing the moat around Chittor, his father, Rana Jagat Singh, was humiliated and insulted at the Mughal court of Shahjahan.
However, his fighter instincts were awakened by an unlikely event – a woman’s request. Princess Charumati, who hailed from Kishangarh, had dared to mock Aurangzeb and claimed that she would never marry that monkey. Having just gained the throne of one of the mightiest empires throughout of the world, the Mughal tyrant took huge offence to that and decided to abduct and forcibly marry her. It was Ramayana once again, only this time the circumstances were different.
Rana Raj Singh had two choices – appease the Mughals and let Charumati suffer, or protect Charumati and invoke the wrath of the Mughals again. However, the fighter in Rana Raj Singh refused to give up and he decided to come to Princess Charumati’s rescue, consequences be damned. Not only did he protect Charumati’s honor, he also gave Aurangzeb one of the most shocking upsets of his life.
It was also Rana Raj Singh, who initiated the struggle to liberate Bharatvarsha from Mughal imperialism from the western front, and recognized the warrior king within Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. He didn’t write that taunting letter to Aurangzeb daring him to collect jaziya from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj for nothing!
I am a Fighter Toddlers T-shirts collection :
Printed half sleeves T-Shirts are a cool way to dress up your kid to beat the summer heat. These soft cotton shirts often look cool on these toddlers, especially if they come with a unique quote and historical characters printed on them. We Use only the best fabric that is recommended is the cotton fabric. It is both soft and comfortable for your little one. Our I am a Fighter toddlers T-Shirt for kids offers an entirely new look to the wearer. You may try it out and see if it appeases you and your kid as well. Several other t-shirts which come in a blend of colors may also make your baby happy. This all t shirts are available in 7+ classic colors and 25+ styles for your kids and you as well. Checkout our I am a Fighter collection.
TFIStore from the house of The Frustrated Indian is trying to make Indian culture cool with its unique Historical Heroes and Sanskrit apparel collection. Now wear your History with pride and flaunt Devbhasha Sanskrit on toddlers round neck t-shirt.
100% combed cotton with single jersey to make it wrinkle-free and smooth. Doesn’t let you feel hot!
180 gsm bio-washed material for a soft and silky fabric finish, along with superior colour brightness. Lasts up to 20 washes.
Stretch resistant precision prints with higher details and unlimited colors using Epson Ultrachrome DG inks.
WASH CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Do not wash and dry at high temperatures. High-temperature washes can fade and crack the print, and a high-temperature dryer settings can shrink the garment, as well as damage the print.
To prolong the life of prints, we suggest following the care instructions below:
Wash inside out with cold water with mild detergent and similar colors using a gentle cycle.
Tumble dry low, or hang-dry for longest life.
Do not bleach and do not dry clean. No fabric softeners.
If ironing is necessary, iron inside-out on the lowest setting. Do not iron printed area.
TFIStore from the house of The Frustrated Indian is trying to make Indian Culture cool with its unique historical Heroes and Sanskrit apparel collection.
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