Top 5 Best True Love Stories Of India

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Best True Love Stories Of Indian

Here we collect the top 5 best true love stories. We are discussing one by one

01 Heer and Ranjha

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Heer Ranjha is the most popular of the Punjabi folk tales. It’s about Ranjha, a Punjabi Jat who played the magical flute. He was forced to leave his home and traveled around till he reached Heer’s village and fell in love with her. Heer gave him the job of taking care of her father’s cattle and she fell in love with his flute playing. They met secretly for many years till they were caught and Ranjha was forced to leave. He went and became a Jogi and renounced the world. Meanwhile, Heer was married off to Saida Khera. After a few years, the Jogi Ranjha wound up in Heer’s village again. They ended up with each other but on the day of their wedding Heer’s jealous uncle poisoned the food which killed Heer. Ranjha then deliberately ate the poisoned food to commit suicide alongside Heer.

02  Baji Rao and Mastani

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Peshwa Baji Rao was a military general to the fourth Maratha Chhatrapati Shahuji. His love story with Mastani has become a legendary tale. The origins of Mastani are not confirmed. Some say that she was the daughter of a Hindu Maharaja and his Persian wife while others say that she was the daughter of Nizam of Hyderabad. Some even think that she could have been a dancer in the court of the Nizam. Whoever she was, Baji Rao fell in love with her and married her despite great opposition from his family. When Baji Rao died in battle it is said that a grief struck Mastani committed suicide.

03  Prithviraj Chauhan and Samyukta

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The story of Prithviraj Chauhan and Samyukta is one of the best true love stories. Samyukta was the beautiful daughter of a rival of Prithviraj, Jaichand of Kannauj and he didn’t want her to marry him. But both Prithviraj and Samyukta were in love with each other. Jaichand organized a Swayamvara for his daughter and invited every prince except Prithviraj. Instead, he had a clay statue made of Prithviraj and placed it outside his door to serve as a doorman. When Samyukta had to choose her husband she went out of the hall and put the garland on the statue of Prithviraj. He was hiding behind his own statue and caught Samyukta and escaped with her. When Mohammad Ghori defeated Prithviraj, Samyukta performed Jauhar and killed herself.

04 Shivaji and Saibai

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This one is not a typical love story but definitely among the top Indian love stories. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the founder of the Maratha Empire was married young to Saibai, from the Nimbalkar dynasty. They were married young and Shivaji remained busy in his conquests but they grew close together and Saibai is said to be his favorite wife. They had four children together. It is said that the last word Shivaji said at his deathbed was ‘Sai’.

05 Mirza and Sahiba

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Mirza and Sahiba are another Punjabi folk tale about Mirza, the son of a Kharal Jat land baron and Sahiba, the daughter of the chief of Kheewa of Sial tribe. They grew up together and fell in love. When they grew up Mirza had to go back to his home town and meanwhile Sahiba was forced to marry someone else. She wrote a letter to Mirza to come save her. Mirza went despite warnings from his family and carried her away during her mehndi ceremony. Sahiba’s brothers chased them and eventually caught up and fought Mirza, killing him with a sword. When Sahiba saw this she killed herself with Mirza’s sword and the lovers became immortalized in folk history.

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