So the barometer to judge rajput history is "jauhars & Sakas".
RSS writer @Satyanveshan ie Omendra Ratnu even says these things about Kachwahas & don't be surprised, if he would soon spew nonsense against all Rajput community.
This is how RSS spreads antiRajput hate.
Let's try answering his rhetoric question that what "Kachwahas did", from beginning...bcz that's what @RSSorg hides.

Kachwahas or Kacchapghatas were founders of Gwalior and able vassals of another Rajput clan Imperial Pratihars/Parihars.
— as Parihars declined, they displaced Kachwahas to Rohilkhand (Rampur branch),Awadh (Bandhalgotis) & predominantly to Dhundhar.

Dhundhar Kachwahas served as able & loyal vassals to both Imperial Chauhans & later Mewar State. bore most brunt of Delhi Sultanates.—
This is what Historian Jadunath Sarkar has to speak on Raja Mansingh. The Kachwahas were always vassal to others - Imperial Parihar rajputs , Imperial Chauhans or Mewar.
Yet it was Mansingh who reversed Afghan-Indian hostility as Rajput soldiers fought in Afghanistan & Badakhshan
—It was Raja Mansingh who not just suppressed the 5 Afghan tribes & added their colours to Dhundhar's flag.
It was again him,who saved Raja of Khorda and Raja of Koch from Afghans and gave Ramchandra Khorda the title of Raja. In return, both married their daughters to him.—
— it was them who brought and settled various artisan and mercentile castes in the barren region of Dhundhar as well as established many Rajasthani mercentile groups in Bengal.
Raja Mansingh also built much of present Vrindavan & Haridwar.
Govinddas Temple,Vrindavan, by Mamsingh—
— Mansinghji led Mughal forces against Mewar.
But let's not forget that it was him who directed Shakti Singhji towards the Afghan pursuers to slay them.

Maharana was always greater than Mansingh but it is latter who saved Hindus of a larger landmass.
Raja Jaisingh I repeatedly saved Sikh Gurus. Gurdwara Banglasahib was his property that he donated to the Sikhs.

- Raja Ramsingh who helped Shivaji's escape.
- Jai Singh II patronised Badan Singh Jat and helped his rise. Badan took him as a fatherly figure.
— prominent cities established by Kachwahas - Gwalior, Jaipur, Sawai Madhopur

monuments constructed by Kachwaha include the Chausath Yogini Temple of Morena that inspired Indian parliament & all Jantar Mantars. —
— the Kachwaha contributions doesnt stop just there.
Some notable Kachwaha soldiers in Indian Army.
PVC Havildar Piruji Shekhawat

MVC Lt Col Raghubir Singh Rajawat

Brig Saurabh Singh Shekhawat, KC,SC, SM, VSM—
— and last but not the least.
H.H. Brig Bhavani Singh Rajawat (MVC), CO of 10 Parachute Regiment - Desert Scorpios.
In fact the Regiment in Jodhpur sits on the lands donated by its former CO. —
— hence it's a humble request to both Congressi & RSS sophists like @satyanveshan to stop imposing your ignorance and your self-created false-dichotomies of Maharana-Mansingh or Sisodia-Kachwaha on us.

Both are ours & we are proud of each.
🙏🙏
On Raja Mansingh, the great builder
Thanks @OliveGreens09

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