Prithvi Raj Chauhan, (1166-1192 AD) had a place with the Chauhan (Chahamana) administration and ruled Delhi and its abutting territories. His faction ruled a standout amongst the most broad kingdom that included Ajmer, Sambhar and Delhi in northern India amid the last 50% of the twelfth century. The Chauhans combined their kingdom by vanquishing and amalgamating neighboring kingdoms including the Chandela Rajputs of Bundelkhand.
Chauhan govern it included quite a bit of northwest India including contemporary Rajasthan, Haryana, parts of Uttar Pradesh, and Punjab. Apparently, Prithviraj was a standout amongst the most intense lords in northern India.Known for his aspiration and bravery, his military adventures made him a legend amid his lifetime.
His challenging seize and ensuing marriage to Princess Samyuktha, the little girl of Jai Chandra Rathod, the ruler of Kannauj is a piece of prevalent sentiment. His life and demise were romanticized and celebrated in the epic ballad “Prithviraja Raso” composed by his nearby partner and Courtier Chand Bardai. Prithviraj Chauhan was the last free Hindu ruler to sit upon the position of authority of Delhi.
Having approached Prithviraj’s territories, in 1191, Mohammad Ghori caught a post in Batinda area. Ghori couldn’t hold allurement and sounded the trumpet of war with Prithviraj. He confronted an extreme foe in Prithviraj. The Rajput armed force was driven by Govindaraj-the vassal of the lord. The two armed forces met at the town of Tarain or Taraori close Thanesar situated in contemporary Haryana State roughly 150 Kms north of Delhi.