Rani Manrang Devi – Mother of Jagat Gosain

Rani Manrang Devi was the wife of Raja Askaran of Narwar and the mother of mother of Jagat Gosain Begum (wife of Jahangir).

Daughter of Rani Manrang Devi
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Quick Facts

  • Full Name: Rani Manrang Devi
  • Born: Between 1497 and 1539
  • Died: 1593
  • Religion: Hinduism
  • Spouse: Raja Udai Singh
  • Father: Raja Askaran of Narwar
  • Mother: Not known
  • Famous as: Mother of Jagat Gosain

Introduction

Rani Manrang Devi was born somewhere between 1497 and 1539. She was the wife of Raja Askaran of Narwar who was also the Raja of Amber before his expel in favour of his uncle, Raja Bharmal. She was also the mother of Jagat Gosain who was the wife and the queen consort of Jahangir and the mother of Shah Jahan (5th Mughal Emperor).


 

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