Pratap House

“Those who work or struggle for their work and the world, are remembered forever.”
– MaharanaPratap

Named after the king of Mewar from the Sisodia dynasty, the Yellow Housedepicts wisdom. It teaches students to be wise and kind to every being on earth.

MaharanaPratap Singh, the ‘lion of Mewar’, a heroic figure among several Indian legends. Rana Pratap’s defiance of the mighty Mughal empire, almost alone and unaided by the other Rajput states, constitute a glorious saga of Rajput valour and the spirit of self-sacrifice for cherished principles. The undaunted courage of MaharanaPratap in the battle of Haldighati has become a folk tale.

He was one of the strongest warriors ever seen and struggled like a true valiant for the freedom of his subjects and territory even under adverse circumstances.His love for freedom and sacrifice for motherland has been a source of inspiration for students of Pratap House.

The house has been named after him since many of our school’s values find resonance in MaharanaPratap’s life defying the gap of decades lying between him and us. Named after MaharanaPratap, the students of this house represent attributes such integrity, self-respect, courage,ambition and intelligence.

Our students draw inspiration from the bravery and patriotism of MaharanaPratap. They are unchallenged, invincible, and do things in a unique and extraordinary manner with zeal, enthusiasm and gusto.