Jo Dridh rakhe dharm ne, Tahi rakhe kartar

Jo Dridh rakhe dharm ne, Tahi rakhe kartar (जो दृढ राखै धर्म ने, तिहीं राखै करतार)
"जो दृढ राखै धर्म को, तिहीं राखै करतार"
ये शब्द मेवाड़ के बारे में कहे जाते हैं एवं  दक्षिण राजस्थान के प्राचीन "मेवाड़ राज्य" के राज्य चिन्ह में अंकित शब्द हैं जो मवाड़ की स्वतंत्रता प्रियता एवं धर्म पर दृढ रहने को स्वयंमेव ही स्पष्ट करता है । मेवाड़ के महाराणाओं ने मुग़ल बादशाहों के पास जाकर उनका विशेष कृपापात्र बनाना उचित नहीं समझा व अपना गौरव बनाये रखा |
It is believed that the slogan Jo dridh rakhe dharm ne, tahi rakhe kartar was spoken by Abdur Rahim Khankhana, who is also known as "Rahim das" in Hindi poetry.
About Maharana Pratap: Maharana Pratap (May 9, 1540-January 29, 1597) was a ruler of Mewar, a state in north-western India. He belonged to the Sisodia clan of Suryavanshi Rajputs. The epitome of fiery Rajput pride and self-respect, Pratap has for centuries exemplified the qualities that Rajputs aspire to. Pratap, eldest of 25 brothers and 20 sisters, was born at Kumbhalgarh on Sunday the May 9, 1540 to Maharana Udai Singh II and Maharani Javanta Bai Songara (Chauhan). Polygamy and maximum children were social necessity of the period owing to higher female population and high battle casualties. Rana Pratap had 17 sons and five daughters. The male-line descendants of Udai Singh II bear the patronymic "Ranawat". Maharana Pratap was Born in Pali-Marwar. His birth place known as Juni Kacheri.