- Udal Mahoba
Udal full name Udai Singh, belonging to
Banafarcaste of Thakurs, was a general in the armyof ChandelKing Maharaj Parimard Dev Burman(also known as Parmal and Parimal) of Mahobain 11-12th century A.D. He was younger brother of Alha. Parmal raised Udal as his own son, since he was born after the death of his father Deshraj, who - a general himself - was killed in the service of Parmal.
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