Amar Singh I of Mewar submits to Prince Khurram about 1615-1618 opaque watercolour and gold on paper Victoria and Albert Museum © V&A Images / Victoria and Albert Museum, London
- The treaty signed by Amar Singh included a condition that he was to provide the Mughals with 1,000 horses and horsemen when demanded - the Mewar dynasty was famous for their horses - but there was also a condition which spared him having to pay homage to non-Indian rulers, maintaining the dignity of the Mewars.
- What would you be willing to give up in order to achieve peace?
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