36 Kuls of Kshatriyas

36 KSHATRIYA Kuls

1) RAJPALI

2) MOHIL

3) SURYA VANSHI

4) Chandra VANSHI

5) JODIYA

6) BAIS

7) SIKARVAaL

8) SAIGAR

9) BaD GURJAR

10) DODA

11) SILAaR

12) GARAhWAL

13)GODa

14) HUNa

15) GHAaHIMAL

16) SARVAIYA

17) TANK

18) JAat & Kurmies

19) PAWAR

20) KAaTHI

21) DAaBHI

22) NIKUM

23) BALLA

24) Gahlot                   (Sisodiya)

25) KamDhaj             (Rathod, vaja, vadher)

26) PARMAR             (Sodha is one of 34UpShakha of Parmar)

27) Gohil                     (Vadhia, Vasani,  Govindani)

28) Chalukya               (Solanki, vaghela, Lij)

29) ZALA –                 (Rana, Makwana, Katosana)

30) Yaduvashi             (Chudasama, Sarvaiya)

31) TuWar Vansh        (Pir Pautra)

32) KUTCH WAHA

33) Chauhan –                         Hada

34) JETHAWA

35) CHAVADA

36) PADHIYAR

PARMAR Vanshavali

Indra Deva

Parmar in UttarHind   Rajdhani Abu

After 8 generations

Chana Darshan            Rajdhani Madiya, DHANADGRA

After 4 generations

LIMAK                       Daughter Ruxmani

After 8 generations

Raja JayDrath             Sindh Pakistan, Rajdhani Amarkot +3000 BC

After 5 generations?   (Doubt of Generations)? 

Raja Vir Vikram          Rajdhani Ujjain 56 BC (Vikram Sanvat Starts Here)

After 16 generations

RAJA SANDHU

RajKumar DharniLAat

Raja Khandhuji

RajKumar MandavRayji

RajKumar Sodhaji      Generations Sodha Starts Here in Parmar Vansh

Brother Sankhlaji

Bahen Sachiyar è      Sachiyar Kuldevi of Sodha Vansh

SODHA Kul

Kul Kshetra                 Abu

Kuldevi                       Sachchhiyar

Gotra                           Bhardwaj

Brahaman – Gor          RAJGOR

Month                                     Vaishakh

Nagaru                        Ranajit

TALWAR                   RADTAR

JAJAM                        SuaPankhi

BESANU                    Ujjain

Paghdi                                  PanchRangi

PARWAR                   PANCH-5

Vruksh – Tree              AMBO – Mango

VAar – Day                 GURUVAR

ADHYA DEVI          HarSidhdhi devi

VEDa                          Yajurveda

Tithi                             Pancham

GHODO                        Kevaliyo

NADI –                       SAFARA

Kuldev –                      Pithoraji

RISHI –                       DHARMI

Shakha                        Madhavi

ZANDO                      -Tri Zandi

DHAaL                       Haripankhi

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13 Responses to “36 Kuls of Kshatriyas”

  1. Dharmendrasingh Says:

    if possible pl give us detail of kuldevi, kuldevta, Gotta etc of rajput of Pura Pratap Sah Nr Sujanganj Uttar Pradesh

  2. kutchitihasparisad Says:

    Dear Dharmendrasingh ji,
    I need more info of Pura Pratap Sah Nr Sujanganj Uttar Pradesh (I can not understand from this comment – please give more detailed information for the question)
    eg, their Names, and what surnames they use traditionally

  3. kutchitihasparisad Says:

    Is your question is about 36 UTTAR PRADESH JAUNPUR SUJANGANJ BERMANWA PURA PRATAP SHAH ?

  4. KUTCH SCIENCE Says:

    More details
    read further
    https://kutchitihasparisad.wordpress.com/2013/02/05/kshatriyas-36-kuls-and-full-details-of-all-kshtriyas-and-rajputs/

  5. KUTCH SCIENCE Says:

    Beginning of the Shah dynasty

    In the 1500s, Prince Yashobramha Shah of Kaski (son of King Kulamandan Shah) was enthroned in the principality of Lamjung. The rulers of the neighbouring principality of Ligligkot, now in Gorkha, were Ghale people. They had a tradition of choosing a ruler every autumn by way of a running race open to everyone. Whoever won the race was to become ruler for a year. Dravya Shah was not a physically robust man and he tricked his way to the win with the backing of the Bhattarai, Aryal, Adhikari, Pant and the Acharya clans of Brahmin. By the time of Dravya Shah’s death in 1570, the running race tradition was but a memory among the people. Dravya Shah had used the Magar army to invade neighbouring states and his successors continued this aggression to increase the kingdom’s territory.

    Dravya Shah was a Sisodia Rajput from Chittor in modern Rajasthan but his ancestors had settled in Gorkha region from which their clan’s name became Gurkha.

    Absolute monarchy (1768–1846)

    In 1743, Prithvi Narayan Shah came to the throne of Gorkha. He fought wars with other principalities, defeated them one by one and established the new kingdom of unified Nepal in September 1768. He became the King of Nepal. He, his sons and their successors continued fighting and defeating other kingdoms and enlarging his Nepal kingdom. However, in 1814, the Anglo-Nepalese War between Nepal and the East India Company began. The Shah king was thoroughly defeated in the war by 1815. By 1816, Nepal had lost one third of its territory, most of which the Shah kings had won since 1790s. The Shah kings continued to rule as absolute monarch until 1846 when the political order changed.

  6. vandana singh Says:

    i would like to know about the origin of dhanivasth and gamle /gamale kshtriya

  7. gokul Says:

    i want to know about khatik suryavanshi rahput. who is they & where from they are come. why they are called by this name in delhi & u.p

  8. ashish singh Says:

    We are kanpuria rajput,basically from tiloi tashil,raibarelly-UP,ple clearify our origin,and gotra.

  9. Hardik.M.Parmar Says:

    parmar tani prithvi they ruled Malwa, Gujarat- Parmar Solanki is samant in Parmar darbar, Marwar, Mewar and whole punjab kingdom

  10. gurdeepsingh chauhan Says:

    As par daital my vansis vill nasrullagarh distt saharanpur

  11. gurdeepsingh chauhan Says:

    As par daital my vansis vill nasrullagarh distt saharanpur (uttar pardesh)

  12. Ancient Archaeologist Says:

    Some additional Information

    https://kutchitihasparisad.wordpress.com/2013/02/05/kshatriyas-36-kuls-and-full-details-of-all-kshtriyas-and-rajputs/

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