Kshatriya’s 36 Kuls and Full details of all Kshtriyas and Rajputs

Kshatriya VANSH-GOTRAS-KULDEVI

RAJPUTS PLACES(Thikana) AND THERE GOTRAS

 

Important branches of Suryavansh

Branch Location Gotra Kuldevi

Suryavanshi UP & Uttranchal Kashyap Chandika

Raghuvanshi UP, Bihar, Raj,MP Kashyap,Vasistha Kalika
Nimivansha Bihar Vasishtha Chandika
Nagvanshi Jharkhand, Orissa,MP Kashyap Chandika
Gohil Vansha Gujarat, Rajasthan Kashyap Vanmata
Rathore Bihar, Rajasthan Kashyap, Gautam Vindhyavasini
Gautam Bihar,UP Gautam
Parmar Bihar,UP,MP Vashishtha Durga
Kachwaha Bihar, UP,Rajasthan Gautam Mangala
Parihar UP, MP, Rajasthan Kashyap Chamunda
Gaud UP,MP,Rajasthan Bhardwaj Mahakali
Chauhan Bihar,UP,Haryana Vatsa Shakambhari
Vaishya UP,Bihar Bhardwaj Kalika
Pundir UP,Gujrat,Rajasthan Paulsatya Dadhimata
Dixit Gujrat,UP,Bihar Kashyap Chandi
Kaushik UP,Bihar Kaushik
Bisen UP,Bihar Prashar

Important branches of Chandravansh

Branches Location Gotra Kuldevi

Somvansha UP,Bihar,Punjab Aatri Mahalaxmi
Puruvansha UP Bhardwaj Chandi
Haridwar UP Bhargawa
Kuruvansha Bihar,UP Bhardwaj Bandi
Drahhuvansha Tripura,Assam Aatri Mahalaxmi
Bhriguvansha UP Bhargava
Bhativansha Bihar,Rajasthan Aatri Mahalaxmi
Chandel Bihar,UP,Himachal Chandraya,Vatsa Mahadevi
Jhala Gujrat,Rajasthan Kashyap Mahakali
Solanki Guj,Rajashthan,Bihar Bhardwaj Chandi
Sengar Bihar,UP Gautam Vindhyavashini

RAJPUT VANSH

  1. Suryavansha
  2. Chandravansha
  3. Agnivansha

Suryavansha

1.Badgujar Kshatriya:
Gothra – Vashishtha.
Ved – Yajurved.
Kuldevi – Kalika.
From the vansha of Ramchandraji.
Branches – Sikarwar, Khadal, Batela, Raghav, Chopra, Bafna etc.

2.Gyatvanshi Kshatriya:
Tirthankar Mahavir was Rajput Kshatriya and belongs to this vansha. He later formed Jain Dharma.

3.Gour, Goud Kshatriya:
Gothra – Bhardwaj.
Ved – Yajurved.
Devi – Mahakali.
Ishta – Hridradev.
From the vansha of Lord Raja Jayadrata, Sinhaditya, Laxmanaditya also belongs to this vansha. States – Ajmer, Takshasheela, Awadh, Gohati, Shivgarh.
Branches – Amethiya Kshatriya .
Total 5 branches. Existed from 1290.

4.Raikwar Kshatriya:
Gothra – Bhardwaj.
Ved – Yajurved.
King Suval, Shakuni belongs to this vansha.
States – Raikagarh near Jammu, Ramnagar, Rampur, Mathura etc. Named Raikwar as they belongs to Raikgarh.
This is a branch of Rathor.

5.Sikarwar Kshatriya:
Shikharwal, Sakarwar are the same.
Gothra – Bhardwaj.
Kuldevi – Durga.
Devata – Vishnu.
This is a branch of Badgujar. Many kings belongs to this vansha.
State – Shikarwar (City).                 Branches – Kadoliya, Saraswar etc.
6.Dixit Kshatriya:
Gothra – Kashyap.
Ved – Samved.
Devi – Durga (Chandi).
King Durgbhav belongs to this vansha. Samtat Vikramaditya has given them the title of Dixit as they belongs to Dikhitana. Being from the vansha of Raja Durgbhav the are called Durgvanshi. King Udaybhan, Banwarisingh, Gaibarshah also belongs to this vansha.
Branches – Durgvanshi, Kinwar.
States – Nevnatangarh, Umri, Phulwariya. Dixit surname also comes under Bhumihar caste which is different.

7.Gohil Kshatriya:
Gothra – Kashyap.
Ved – Yajurved.
Kuldevi – Banamata.
Kuldev – Mahadev.
Branches – Vajasniya. This is a branch of Gahlod vansh. Maharaja Gohil founded a state at the basin of Luni river which includes 350 villeges with capital Khergarh.
State – Sourashtra, Kathiyawarh, Gohilwarh, Bhavnagar, Sihor, Palitana etc. Grahadatta was the first king from Gohin vansha. Great king Shiladitya also belongs to this vansha. This vansha existed from 703.
This is a branch of Gahlod.

8.Suryavanshi Kshatriya:
These are Suryavanshi Kshatriya and their kul is also Suryavanshi.
Gothra – Bhardwaj, Kashyap, Savanya.
Guru – Vashishtha.
Ved – Yajurved. King Akaldev, Tilakdev etc. belongs to this vansha.
States – Shrinagar and Garhwal.

9.Singhel Kshatriya:
Gothra – Kashyap.
Ved – Yajurved.
Kuldevi – Kali.
State – Sinhalgarh.
Being from Sinhalgarh they are called Singhel.
Branches – Chhokar, Jadeja, Jaiswal, Khagar, Kharbad.
Sub-Branch – Jadoun.

10.Thakur Kshatriya:
Thakur – Thakurai Kshatriya are Suryavanshi.
Thakur is their Kul also. Notice: Thakur is not our caste, our caste is Rajput Kshartiya. Thakur is a title given to Rajput Kshatriya. There is also a different caste called thakur.

11.Nimivanshi Kshatriya:
Gothra – Vashishtha.
Ved – Yajurved
Gothra – Kashyap.
Ved – Samved.
This vansha is named after Nimi, son of Maharaja Ishwaku.
Branch – Nimodi kshatriya.

12.Sisodiya Kshatriya (Branch of Gahlod) :
Rana Vansha Being from Sisoda village they are called Sisodiya.
This is a third branch of historical Gahlod Rajputs.
They have same Gothra, Ved, Kuldevi and Isht dev as for Gahlod Vansha. The great heroes from history like Maharana Pratap, Chhatrapati Shivaji belongs to Sisodiya Vansha.
State – Udaypur.
Ranawat, Chundawat, Sangawat, Meghawat, Jagawat, Shaktawat, Kanhawat etc are included.
This is just like Chundawat is a son of Chunda, Shaktawat is a son of Shaktisingh. In Sanskrit, meaning of “wat” is son. The name of Kul begins with the name of Rajput King. The Rajput king who fighted in a battlefield (Ran) has given a title Rana and those who fought greatly were awared with a title Maharana.

13.Kachhwah Kshatriya:
Gothra – Goutam, Vashishtha
Kuldevi – Durga.
Isht – Ramchandraji.
From the vansha of Kusha. Famous king Prithviraj belongs to this vansha.
They have 21 branches – Narwar, Gwalior, Drawakunda, Majkotiya, Jasrotiya, Jammuwal, Dhar etc.
Semi-branches are Shekhawat, Dudhawat, Ratnawat, Rajwat, Bakawat, Pahadi Suryavanshi, Naruka, Jamuwal, Gudwar, Rai Malot, Mounas Kaushik, Manhas, Minhas etc.
State – Rohtasgarh, Amer, Jaipur, Amethi, Karmati, Fort of Gwalior.
Kings from this vansh are Sumitra, Suryasen, Sawai Jaishingh etc.
Their state existed from 1503 to (Sawai Jaisingh) 1930. There are also many branches and sub-branches of this vansha.

14.Rathor Kshatriya:
Gothra – Goutam, Kashyap, Shandilya.
Ved – Samved, Yajurved.
Devi – Pankhani, (Vindhyavasini). Nagnecha (nagana)
Isht – Ramchandraji.
Kings belongs to this vansh are Raav Bika (14650, King Jaichand, Veer Durgadas Rathor, Veer Amarsingh Rathor etc.
States – Idar, Jodhpur, Marwad, Bikaner, Kishangarh, Kannouj.
Having 24 branches and many sub-branches like – Chandawat, Champawat, Jaitawat, Jhabua, Kumpawat, Kailwarh, Raikwarh, Surwarh, Jayas, Kanoujia, Bikawat, Dangi, Kotecha, Kupawat, Jodhawat etc.

15.Nikumbha Kshatriya:
Gotra – Vashishtha, Bhardwaj.
Ved – Yajurved.
Kuldevi – Kalika. Nikumbha, Sagar, Bhagirath etc. were the kings from this vansha.
States – Mandalgarh, Fort of Alwar etc.
Branch – Kathariya.

16.Shrinet Kshatriya:
Gothra – Bhardwaj.
Ved – Samved.
Kuldevi – Chandrika.
This is a branch of Nikumbha. Kings from this vansha are Dirghabahu, Bahusuket, Shakun Dev etc.
State – Kapilvastu, Shrinagar etc.
Narouni Kshatriya is one of its branch. Being originated from Shrinagar they are called Shrinet.

17.Nagvanshi Kshatriya:
Gothra – Kashyap, Shunak.
Isht Dev – Nag Devta. Ashwasen, Ritusen belong to this vanshaRaj .
State – Mathura, Marwad, Kashmir, Chhota Nagpur.
Branches – Taank, Katoch, Takshak etc.

18.Bais Kshatriya:
Gothra – Bhardwaj.
Kuldevi – Kalika.
Ved – Yajurved.
Isht Dev – Shivji.
First king from this vansha was Harshawardhan. Other kings are Trilokchand, Vikramchand, Kartikchand, Ramchandra, Adharchandra, Narwardhan, Rajyawardhan etc.
States – Baiswada, Pratishthanpur etc.
Branches – Trilokchandi, Kotbahar, Rawat, Pratishthanpuri, Dodiya, Chandosiya, Kumbhi, Narwariya etc. Being originated from Baiswada they are called Bais.

19.Bisen Kshatriya:
Gothra – Parashar, Bhardwaj, Shandilya, Atri, Vatsya.
Ved – Samved.
Kuldevi – Durga.
Kings from this vansha are Mayurbhatt, Birsen. Vansh Bisen obtain its name from Raja Birsen. States – Bisenvatika, Gorakhpur, Mankapur, Pratapgarh.
Branches – Donwar, Bambwar, Bamtola.

20.Goutam Kshatriya:
Gothra – Goutam.
Ved – Yajurved.
Devi – Durga.
Isht Dev – Ramchandraji. This is the vansh who destroyed Shakya Dynesty.
Branches – Kandawar, Antoyya, Rawat, Maurya, Goniha.
Lord Goutam Buddha was born in this vansha, then after he founded Boudha Dhamma. Mahapurush Dhumraj also belongs to this Vansha.
Note: Bhoomihar community also has a caste Goutam which is different.

21.Raghuvanshi Kshatriya:
Gothra – Kashyap, Vashishtha.
Ved – Yajurved.
This vansha is named after Suryavanshi King Raghu who was born in the 54th generation of King Ishwaku. Raja Raghu was a great warrior, he conqured in all the directions and when he returned to his capital he performed Vishwajeet Yagya and donate all his wealth to the Bramhins. He defeated Kings of Suhadra desh, Bang desh, Basins of Ganga river. He marched towards north by defeating the kings of Durdul and Malay mountains. He destroyed the Hoon Kshatriyas and expanded his regime upto kailash. The history of Raghuwansh is very famous.

22.Rawat Kshatriya:
Gothra – Bhardwaj.
Ved – Yajurved.
Kuldevi – Chandika.
Vethhar is their place of orgin. This is a branch of Bais, and according to Kshatriya Bhaskar this is also a branch of Goutam.

23.Pundir Kshatriya:
Gothra – Pulutsya.
Ved – Yajurved.
Kuldevi – Dahima.
Veer Pundhir was the first king from this vansha. This vansha was very popular during the regime of Prithviraj Chouhan.
Kulwal, Kanpuriya and Dhakad are its branches.
Pundhir is Suryawanshi Kshatriya, Hrishivanshiya. This is a branch of Dahima Kshatriya.
Lahore was their state.
Being from the vansha of Punchrik they called Pundhir. Their ansistors ruled on Telangana (Andhra) and their territory was Jasmor. The world famous Shakhumbari Devi Fair is organised in this state. This temple is situeated in the terrains of Shivalik Temple.

Other Suryawanshi Kul Amethiya kshatriya from Amethi, Gohil, Kaktiya, Udmatiya, Madiyar, Chumiyal, Kulwal, Donwar, Dhakar, Maurya, Kakan, Shanguvanshi, Bambobar, Cholavanshi, Pundir, Dogra, Lichhawi etc.

Chandravansha

1.Somvanshi Kshatriya:

Gothra – Atri.

Ved – Yajurved.

Kuldevi – Mahalaxmi.

King Lakhansen was one of the king from this vansha.

State – Pratapgarh.

2.Yadav Kshatriya:

 

Gothra – Kondinya.

Ved – Yajurved.

Guru – Durvasa.

Kuldevi – Jogeshwari.

Lord Vishnu was born in this vansha. Raja Arjundev was also from this vansha.

States – Dwarka, Karoli, Kathiyawara.

3.Bhati Kshatriya:

They are also called as Somvanshi. Somvanshi belongs to the vansha of Pradyumna, elder brother of Lord Krishna. The first king from this vansha was Raja Jaisa Bhati. This brave king was the son of Baland Yadav. Raja Gajsingh, Abhaypal, Prithvipal, Maharawal, Ranjitsingh, Maharawal Shalini Vahan were also the kings from this vansha. State Jaisalmer, Sirmur, Mysore, Karoli, Jaisawat.

Branches – Sirmour, Jaiswar, Sarmour, Sirmuria, Kaleria Kshatriya, Jadeja. Rawal Jaisal founded Jaisalmer. The temple, palaces of this city are build from yellow stone. Raja Rawal ruled from 1212.

4.Jadeja Kshatriya:

At some places this vansha is also called as Chudasa.

State – Gondal state, Navnagar (Gujarat).

5.Tanwar/Tomar Kshatriya:

Gothra – Gargya.

Ved – Yajurved.

Kuldevi – Yogeshwari.

This is a branch of Yaduvanshi. Sinharaj was the first king from this vansha who ruled from 1013. Angpal and Tungpal were also from this vansha. Tomar vansha begins from Tungpal. He was the son of king Yayati from the vansha of Puru.

States – Delhi, Gwalior, Nuspur (Himachal), Paatan (Sikat).

Branches – Sub Branches – Beruar, Birwar, Badwar, Katiyar, Katouch, Jinwar, Indoria Kshatriya and Tirota Kshatriya. Indoria Kshatriya has branches – Raikwar, Jaiwar.

6.Kalchuri Kshatriya:

Kalchuriya : This is a Haihya Kshatriya Vansh.

Gothra – Krishnatreya, Kashyap.

Kuldevi – Durga and Vindhyavasini.

Devta – Shivji. Raja Kartvirya was from this vansha.

States – Ratanpur, Raipur, Koushal (M.P.) and Mahashati City. The inscription from this vansha are kept in a museum at Nagpur.

7.Koushik Kshatriya:

Gothra – Koushik.

Ved – Yajurved.

Kuldevi – Yogeshwari.

Devta – Shiv. Raja Koushik belongs to this vansha.

State – Gorakhpur, Gopalpur.

8.Sengar Kshatriya:

Gothra – Goutam, Shandilya.

Ved – Yajurved.

Devi – Vindhyavasini.

River – Sengar. Kings from this vansha are Chitrarath, Dashrath, Dharmrath.

States – Chedipradesh, Dakshinpradesh, Sourashtra, Malwa, Champanagari.

9.Chandel Kshatriya:

Gothra – Chandatreya (Chandrayan), Sheshdhar, Parashar and Goutam is also found.

Kuldevi – Maniyadevi. Devta – Hanumanji. Veer Shishupal, Chandrabramha (Chandravarma), Yashovarman was from this vansha. This vansha defined itself.

State – Chanderi (Gwalior). Many brave kings were from this vansha.

Chandel, Chanderi nagar, Khajuraho Temple, Madan Sagar of Mahoba are the glory symbols of this vansha. The mark of Hanuman was engraved on the coins of Chandel vansha.

10.Gaherwar Kshatriya:

Gothra – Kashyap.

Ved – Samved.

Devta – Vishnu, Mahadev.

State – Kashi and Kashipuri. Kashya, Dinadas, Manikchand were the kings from this vansha. Bundela is a branch of Gaherwar vansha and Bundelkhand is the state of Bundela vansha. Kherwad is the branch of Bundela.

11.Janwar/Janakwar Kshatriya:

Gothra – Koushik.

Ved – Yajurved.

Kuldevi – Chandika.

Research and historical inscription has proved that this vansha belongs to Maharaj Janmejay, grandson of Arjun.

States – Chhaoni in Gujarat, Japaner near Nimach and Pawagarh.

12.Jhala Kshatriya:

Gothra – Kashyap.

Ved – Samved.

Kuldevi – Durga, Mahakali.

Isht – Mahadev.

Veer Kundmal, Harpal, Vijaypal were from this vansha.

States – Kuntalpur, Sekhrigarh, Krantigarh, Bikaner, Kathiyawarh, Jhalawarh, Limdi. When the three prince of Raja Harpal and Rani Shaktidevi were playing, an elephant lifted them. Rani Shaktidev catched them (“Jhel lena” in hindi) in her hands and from then this vansha is named Jhala.

13.Palwar Kshatriya:

Gothra – Vayaghra.

Ved – Samved.

Dev – Nag.

As they lived in Pali village, this vansha is named as Palawar.

14.Gangavanshi Kshatriya:

Gothra – Kanvayan.

Ved – Samved.

This vansha was named after Raja Gangeya. The famous Jagannath temple at Puri was build by this vansha. This vansha also has its own calender.

15.Biladariya Kshatriya:

Gothra – Atri.

Ved – Yajurved.

Kuldevi – Yogeshwari. Raja Bhogpal migrated to Biladar and thereafter this vansha comes into existance.

16.Puruvanshi Kshatriya (Paur):

Gothra – Bahryasptya.

Ved – Yajurved.

Devi – Durga.

Devta – Shiv.

Paurav (Poras) was the son of King Ila. He fought with Alexander at the basin of river Jhelum. Branch – Bhardwaj.

17.Khaati Kshatriya:

Gothra – Atri, Bhardwaj.

Kuldevi – Durga. They are the Kshatriya from Garhwal. Kursela was their state. They are Bihari Kshatriya.

18.Kanhvanshi Kshatriya:

Gothra – Bhardwaj.

Ved – Samved.

Kanhvansha begins from Raja Kanhsingh. The city of Kanpur is founded by them. Kaithola was their capital.

Branch – Kanpuria.

19.Kuruvanshi Kshatriya:

Gothra – Bhardwaj.

Ved – Yajurved.

Devta – Bandi. Kuruvansha begins fromm Raja Kuru and Yaduvansha begins from Raja Yadu.

20.Katouch Kshatriya:

The fort and temple of Kangra (Himachal) was build by Katouch Kshatriya Vansha. The temple of Ambika devi is situated inside the fort.

Branch – Jaswal, Guleria.

21.Banafar Kshatriya:

Gothra – Koundilya, Kashyap.

Ved – Yajurved.

Kuldevi – Sharda. King Daksharaj and Bachharaj belongs to this vansha. Brave Alha and Udal were their sons also known as Malkhan and Sulkhan respectively. Pathania is their branch.

22.Bhardwaj Kshatriya:

Gothra – Bhardwaj.

Ved – Samved.

Kuldevi – Sharda.                        Bhardwaj vansha begins from king Puru.

23.Sarniha Kshatriya:

Gothra – Bhardwaj.

Kuldevi – Durga.

They belongs to Sarangarh and hence called as Sarniha Kshatriya.

Branch – Karmwar/Karamwar.

Drahyavanshi Kshatriya: This vansha begins from Raja Drahayu, the thirt brother of Raja Yadu. Tripura was their capital. This vansha is from Bengal.

24.Choukatkhamb Kshatriya:

This vansha found its name (Choukatkhamb) as the used to break apart the pillars (Khamb) of the Rath of enemy to defeat them.

Branch – Bachhil.

Note: Gargvanshi, Bachhil, Jadeja, Bundela, Jaiwar, Katiaar etc are also comes in Chandravansha.

Agnivansha

1.Parmar Kshatriya:

Pramar, Parmar, Pambubar.

Gothra – Vashishtha.

Ved – Yajurved.

Kuldevi – Sinchimaay Mata, Durga in North India, Kali in Ujjain.

Their ancient capital was Chandrawati, situated 4 miles away from Abu station. This vansha evolves out from the Agni Kunda of Yagya on the Abu mountain.”Parajan Marithi Parmar” means “Vansha which defeats the enemy” hence it is called Parmar. Great Brave king Vikramaditya, Raja Bhoj, Shalinivahan, Gandharwasen were from this vansha.

States – Malwa, Dharanagari, Dhar, Devas, Narsinghgarh, Ujjain. Samrat Vikramaditya was also recognised as a great ruler by the muslim community. According to the book Shayar ul Okul at Makab e Sultania, His glory was written on a golden plate kept at Kaba. It is also mentioned in Shayar ul Okul that Khushnuba dhoop was the giving of Vikramaditya. The entire world knows that Shivling and Kutubminar were build in Kaba by Vikramaditya.

Parmar Kshatriya has 35 branches which includes Pawar, Baharia, Ujjainia, Bholpuria, Sounthia, Chawda, Sumda, Sankla, Doda, Sodha, Bharsuria, Yashoverma, Jaivarma, Arjunvarma etc.

King Umravsingh, Jaiprakashsingh, Babusahabjadasingh were belongs to Ujjaini Kshatriya. The great Kunwarsingh Mahaveer was the son of Babusahabjadasingh.

2.Solanki Kshatriya:

Gothra – Bhardwaj, Manavya, Parashar.

Ved – Yajurved.

Kuldevi – Kali.

In South India they are also known as Chalukya or Choulukya. Kings Prithvidev, Madansingh was from this vansha. Madanakul was build by King Madansingh. King Chandradeep Narayan singh also from this vansha who build an ashram for Mahatma Gandhi on his own land. This ashram is known as Hajipur congress ashram.

States – Ayodhya, Kalyan, Andhra, Paatan, Gangatat. Solanki Kshatriya has 16 branches which includes Baghela, Baghel, Solanke, Kataria, Sikharia, Sarakia, Bharsuria, Tantia etc.

This vansha is existed from 1079.

3.Parihar Kshatriya:

Gothra – Kashyap.

Kuldevi – Chamunda.

Isht – Lord Vishnu. The first king from this vansha was Nagbhatta.

The great king Harishchandra was also from this vansha. He has two wifes, one was a Brahmin and the other was Kshatriya.

States – Kathiwarh, Ayodhya, Kurukshetra to Banaras, Bundelkhand, upto Himachal.

This vansha has 19 branches which includes Surawat, Chandrawat, Gajkeshar, Badkeshar, Chandrayan, Kalhansa etc. The state of Kalhansa Kshatriya was at Basti (U.P.). Many kings were born in this vansha. Chopra Kshatriya vansha is also one of its sub-branch. This vansha is existed from 894.

4.Chouhan Kshatriya:

Gothra – Vatsa.

Ved – Samved.

Kuldevi – Ashipuri.

Guru – Vashishtha.

Isht – Mahadev.

Devta – Shrikrishna.

Samrat Prithviraj Chouhan, Lakha (1451) were from this vansha.

States – Bundi, Kota, Sirohi, Asthir. Delhi, Ajmer, Bhadoch, Dholpur was also come under their regime. They build beautiful lakes. Samrat Prithviraj Chouhan defeated Mohammad Ghori several times and forgive him later 16 times. The coward Mohammad Ghori deceitfully arrested Prithviraj Chouhan and take out both his eyes. Like Arjun, Prithviraj Chouhan was very fluent in his verbal approach. There are many other kings also belongs to this vansha.

Chouhan Kshatriya Vansha has 25 branches, sub-branches includes Hada, Khinchi, Bhadoria, Songar, Songara, Devra, Rajkumar, Sambharia, Gadharia, Bhurecha, Balecha, Tassera, Chachera, Bhawar, Bankat, Bhople etc. Chouhan vansha existed from 1067.

5.Hada Kshatriya:

Gothra – Vatsa.

Devi – Ashapuri.

Guru – Vashishtha.

Ved – Samved.

King Maniklal was from Hada vansha. One of the famous personality from this vansha is Ramdeva. Hada Kshatriya Vansha is also popularly known as Hadouti.

States – Bundi, Kota. There is a history of Brave Hada Rani.

Branches – Udawat, Devra, Devre, Jaitawat, Chandrawat.

6.Songira Kshatriya:

Gothra – Vatsa.

Kuldevi – Chandi.

Ved – Samved.

King Kirtipal, Samarsingh, Udaysingh, Samantsingh, Kanhdev, Maldev belongs to this vansha. The fort of Jalor was captured by this vansha. The mother of Maharana Pratap was from this vansha.

Branch – Bhadoria. Songira Kshatriya is a branch of Chouhan Kshatriya.

7.Baghel Kshatriya:

Baghela/Baaghela.

Gothra – Bhardwaj, Kashyap.

Ved – Yajurved.

Devi – Kali. This vansha derive its name from their ancistor Vyaghradev. Many brave perfonalities were born in this vansha.

State – Madarv, Pandu, Pothapur, Nayagarh, Ranpura etc. This is a branch of Solanki. Branch of Baghel Kshatriya is Pawar.

8.Bhadoria Kshatriya:

Gothra etc. are the same as that of Chouhan Kshatriya. They ruled on Bhadawar and hence named as Bhadoria. This is a branch of Songara.

9.Bachgoti Chouhan Kshatriya:

They derived mis-spelled name from Vatsa Gotri and called themselves as Bachgoti Kshatriya. Rajkumar and Rajwar are their branches.

10.Khinchi Kshatriya:

Gothra – Vatsa and Goutam is also found.

Ved – Samved.

Devi – Bhagwati.

Kings Bhagwatrai, Gugalsingh and Jaisingh were from this vansha. Khinchipur was their state. Raja Bhagwatrai has translated 7 stories of Ramayana into poems very beautifully. He has also written Hanuman Pachhisi.

This is a branch of Chouhan Kshatriya.

11.Dogra Kshatriya:

They are the natives of Kashmir.

Gothra – Kashyap.

States – Jammu, Balia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other Vansha (Kul):

Negi Kshatriya, Katnaas etc. are also Agnivanshi Kshatriya.

KULDEVI

They are also called as family goddess. It is told that some 64 Charan kanya became Sati, in process of saving that kul (nukh). We have 12/13 kuldevis for our various surnames (kul).

Here I am trying to give as many details as possible about them. Also I will tell you which matajis have a vahan(vahan= Animal they travel with)

Here are surnames with there kuldevis:

1. Parmar(Rana-vadvala),Bhundia,Solanki,Wadhia(wanza)=Chamunda maa

2.Sumaria,nagaria,Jhanakaria,Karania,Gada,

Dhanani,Virparia,Chandaria,Bid,Mamania=Sachai mataji

3.Chheda, Nagda= Amba maa

4.Pattani,Gala,Galayai,Pathad=Sri Vishal mataji and saval mataji

5.Gangar,Bhawsar Kshtriya samaj= Sri Hingraj maa

6.Gosrani=Sri Dadal Mataji

7.Harania= Sri Malan Mataji

8.Shethia= Chakreshwari maa

9.Mandalia= Sri Pithdai maa (Pithad mataji)

10.Bharakhada,Karia:Harsiddhi maa

11.Sri Tulja Bhavani Mataji kuldevi   of Nandha

12.Balvimaa ,vara kutums and desai kutums kuldevi alsokhatri Kakaiya kuldevi mandirs Varotra,vervade,Balva,kutyana,vasavada.Makwana (luhar)= Balvi mataji

 

13.Thanki, Dave, Pandit,Bardai Brahmanis,Chauhan, Jadejas= Sri Ashapura maa

14.Bhokataria, Haria, Gudhka,Maru,Dodhia,Malde, Bhanvad-Parmar, Vadher   :Momai Maa(Dasha maa)

15.Nayi,Valand: Sri Limbach Mataji

16.Kadva-Patidar: Umiya Maa

17.Gosai:Bahuchar mataji

18.Chudasama:Khodiyar Maa

19.Katwa : Shree Brahamani Mataji

20.Kotecha, Sodha,Ruparel,Savjani :Randal mataji

21. Jethwas=   Vindhyavasini  

23.PURECHA-PORECHA.NUKHH   DUTIYA.= SHIKOTAR MAATAJI

22.Jhalas= Sri Shakti maa. 23.PURECHA-PORECHA.NUKHH   DUTIYA.= SHIKOTAR MAATAJI.(VHAANVATI MAA).

 

 

     

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2.Sumaria,nagaria,Jhanakaria,Karania,Gada, Dhanani,Virparia,Chandaria,Bid,Mamania=Sachai   mataji

4.Pattani,Gala,Galayai,Pathad=Sri Vishal mataji and saval mataji

6.Gosrani=Sri Dadal Mataji

8.Shethia= Chakreshwari maa

 

10.Bharakhada,Karia:Harsiddhi maa

 
   

12.Balvimaa ,vara kutums and desai kutums kuldevi alsokhatri Kakaiya kuldevi mandirs Varotra,vervade,Balva,kutyana,vasavada.Makwana (luhar)= Balvi mataji

14.Bhokataria, Haria, Gudhka,Maru,Dodhia,Malde, Bhanvad-Parmar, Vadher   :Momai Maa(Dasha maa)

 

16.Kadva-Patidar: Umiya Maa

 

18.Chudasama:Khodiyar Maa

 

20.Kotecha, Sodha,Ruparel,Savjani :Randal mataj

 

22.Jhalas= Sri Shakti maa.

 
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  1. kutchitihasparisad Says:

    Turha Rajputs
    The Turha are Hindu caste, found in the state of Bihar in India. They are also known as the Tomar

    History and origin

    The Turha claim to have belonged to the Tomar Rajput community, who arrived from Rajasthan some five hundred years ago. After suffering a defeat, the Tomar took growing and selling vegetables, to disguise their Rajput identity. Over time Tomar was corrupted to Turha. They are found mainly in Darbhanga and Muzaffarpur districts, with a few also found in the neighbouring Terai region of Nepal, eastern U.P. and western Bihar. They speak Bajjika, Maithili, Bhojpuri and Hindi. [2]

    Present circumstance

    The Turha are divided into a number of lineages known as khandans. Marriages are forbidden within the khandan. The largest khandan is the Palak Turha. There main occupation remains the growing and selling of vegetables, and have much in common with the Mali, another community of a similar status. [3]
    HISTORY OF TOMAR (TANWAR) RAJPUT**)

    TOMAR (TANWAR) RAJPUT

    Tomara dynasty Rajput & Gurjar Clan: Tomar / Tanwar / Tuar

    Vansh: Chandra Vansh

    Lineage: Som or Chandra – Yayati – Puru – Hasti – Ajamidh – Kuru – Shantanu – Dushyant – Yudhisthira – Arjuna – Kshemaka – Tungpal – Anangpal

    Branches: Pathania, Janjua, Jarral, Janghara, Jatu, Jaraita, Satraura, Raghu, Rulers Of Indraprastha, Uttar Kuru, Dilli, Nurpur, Tanwarawati / Torawati, Gwalior, Kayasthapad, Dholpur, Tuargarh.

    Gotra: Atri/Kashyap

    Ved: Yajurved

    Kuldevi: Yogeshwari (or Jogeshwari) maata, Sarund maata

    Isht Dev: Sri Krishna

    Kul Devta: Shivji

    Original Seat (Mul Kheda): Hastinapur

    Shankh: Dakshinavarti

    Nagada (beating drum for War): Ranjeet

    River: Gomati

    Flagpole (in war): Hanumanji on flagpole

    Throne, Canopy and Sign Color: Square Green with Moon on it

    Mantra: Gayatri Mantra, Gopal Mantra

    Tilak: Ramnandi

    Mala: Rudraksha

    Mountain Range: Dronanchal

    Bird: Garuda

    Devak (Clan Object): Guler Tree, also called ‘Udumbar’, or ‘Umbar’ tree.

    The Tomaras (also called Tanwar and Toor) are believed to be an ancient clan of the Chandravanshi lineage and descendants of Som and Ila, Yayati, Nahush, Puru, Kuru, Dushyant, Arjuna, Kshemaka, Tungpal, Tome lineage.

    History According to legend and the puranas, Tomara’s are the descendants of the Pandava Prince Arjun, through his great grandson Emperor Janamejaya, son of Emperor Parikshit. Tomara clans include kshatriyas -Rajput, Jatt and Gurjar’s. Historian Dr. Augustus Hoernle believes that Tomara’s were one of the ruling clan of the Gurjaras (or Gujjars) in the Gujara-Pratihara era of North India- 4th – 8th century A.D.

    Lord Krishna displays his Vishvarupa (Universal Form) to Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra.

    Pandavs Prince Dhritrashtra, blind by birth and the elder son of Kuru Scion Vichitraveer abdicated the throne in favor of his younger brother Pandu whose sons were the Pandav’s. King Pandu later abdicated the throne back to his elder brother due to his ill health. Their son’s were involved in a great battle and finally Yudhishtra became the king after defeating Duyodhana. King Yudhishtra founded the city of Indraprastha in the Kuru kingdom and later abdicated in favour of Parikshit, the grandson of his brother Arjuna. Capital city after Mahabharata war remained Hastinapur which was later flooded and the capital of the Pandava kingdom was moved eastwards. Indraprastha remained one of the major cities of Kuru-Panchala Empire for many centuries.

    Dilli (DELHI) The modern city of Delhi is believed to be on the site of Indraprastha. Delhi was established in 736CE by the Tomar/Tuar king Anangpal Tomar-I who re-established the Pandava ancestral capital. “The Kingdom of Delhi was founded by Anangpal Tomar, whose dynasty, by virtue of descent from the Pandavas, claimed to be Lords Paramount of India” —From A Pageant of India by Adolf Simon Waley

    Anangpal Tomar The Tomar Rajput dynasty of Delhi lasted until Anangpal Tomar-III, who to quote Lt. Col. Tod, in his Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan was “justly entitled to be termed the paramount sovereign of Hindustan”. Anangpal Tomar III appointed his grandson (daughter’s son, and son of King of Ajmer), Prithviraj Chauhan, as the heir apparent. Some historians believe that Prithvaraj was merely a caretaker king as long as his grandfather was alive. Prithviraj was never crowned in Delhi, hence adding weight to the view that the Chauhan ruler usurped the throne from his maternal grandfather.[citation needed]. Anangpal Tomar III had 23 brothers and they each had territory of their own. According to records kept by Jagas of Tomar/ Tanwar Rajputs, King Anangpal made Prithviraj only as caretaker when he went on a religious pilgrimage, as his own sons were very small at that time. When King Anangpal returned, Prithviraj refused to hand over the kingdom. (Jagas are hereditary tribal record keepers of Rajputs.)

    Following their loss of control at Delhi after the defeat at Tarain of the Indian Confederacy against Shahbuddin Ghori, a branch of the Tomar clan established itself in the area of modern Gwalior in northern Madhya Pradesh. Later – Virsingh Deo and his descendant Man Singh Tomar built a strong fortress citadel which still stands there. The Mughal emperor Akbar captured Gwalior in 1559. Some Tomar Rajputs converted to Islam during the Muslim-Mughal rule; Tomar Muslim Rajputs are found in western Rajasthan, Pakistan and Sindh.

    Tomars in north India Tomars moved from Delhi to Haryana (Bhiwani, Mahendergarh and Karnal Districts), Madya Pradesh (Gwalior, and Morena and Bhind Districts), Punjab, and Rajasthan (Patan State and surrounding areas). They are spread from Punjab, to Western Uttar Pradesh (Meerut, Badaun, Bareilly, Baraut, Muzaffarnagar Ghaziabad, Aligarh, Bulandshahr), Bewar (Mainpuri) significant parts of Himachal Pradesh, to western Rajastan to Northern Madhya Pradesh, Bhavnagar (Gujrat) and even some in Pakistan.

    Vikramaditya Samrat Vikramaditya, king of Ujjain, won his paramount place in Indian story by driving out Scythian invaders. An era, the Vikram Samvat, beginning in B.C. 57, was founded in honor of his achievements. He reigned at Ujjain in Malwa. He was a liberal ruler, a patron of learning, encouraged art. He was a follower of the Brahmanical religion, a worshiper of Siva and Vishnu. This great Vikramaditya of the year 56 BC is claimed to be a prince of the Tuár dynasty, and is supposed to have reigned at Ujjain (Ujjáyini). According to the Hindu traditions in India and Nepal, the widely used ancient calendar is Vikrama Samvat or Vikrama’s era. This is said to have been started by the legendary king following his victory over the Sakas or Synthians, in 56 BC.

    Shakhas or Sub-Clans Jatu Rajputs These are descendents of Thakur Jatu singh and now inhabit surrounding villages of Bhiwani (Haryana). It is believed that there were 1440 villages of Tanwar Rajputs from Bhiwani to Agroha. However, now there are not that many villages left but there still are a significant number of villages of Tanwar Rajputs. A few famous ones are Bawani Khera, Bapora, Luhari Jatu and Tigrana, Ratera (Ratangarh in past) Chhapar, Devsar, Haluwas, Paluwas, are a few bigger villages in District Bhiwani.

    The three brothers Jatu, Raghu and Sutraola divided amongst themselves the Parganah of Hansi’, each share was called a Tappa and the names Tappa Jatu, Tappa Raghu and Tappa Sutraola were for years used in the Government Records which divisions are well known to this day. The descendants of the three brothers went on as opportunity afforded adding to their possessions. Those of Jatu’s were the most extensive. Umr Singh of the family took Tosham hence that Ilaqua (Area) was known as Umrain tappa. Similarly Bhiwani was called Bachoan tappa after Bacho who had taken possession of it. Jatu’s descendants at Sewani were called Raes, those at Tulwundi were called Ranas hence the village is still called and recorded as Tulwundi Rana, while those at Kulheri called Chowdris and Pica still retain these titles.

    Janghára Rajputs Known as a large and turbulent branch of the Tomar/Tuar Rajput clan, the Janghara Rajputs were readily recruited by the British Indian Army. The turbulent nature of the tribe is further enhanced by the origin of the name Janghara being derived from the words, Jang (war) and Ahára (hunger) meaning “the men who hunger for war”. After the fall of Delhi to the Chauhans, the Janghara sept parted from the main Tomar branch in disgust. They entered Rohilkhund under the leadership of the prince Dhápu Dhám whose warlike nature was proverbial. A couplet sung by women of the clan states “Neeche Darti upar Ram, beech mein lade Dhapu Dham” meaning “Below is Earth, above is Lord Ram. Between the two, fights Dhápu Dhám”

    The Janghara Rajputs of Bareilly claim to have ejected the Gwálas in 1388CE. in 1405CE they expelled the Ahirs from their Kingdoms. The Katehriya Rajputs were also defeated and exiled from Rohilkhund by the Janghara Rai’s . “The Jangháras have always been turbulent and warlike; they should furnish the (British Indian) army with some excellent recruits” —Handbook on Rajputs.

    Jarral Rajputs Originally a branch of Tomar/Tuar Rajputs, they gained prominence after their conversion to Islam in the 12th century. They are descendants of Pandavas and ruled a certain territory of Northern India from a place later came to be known as Kalanaur. They fought against Muhammad Ghor in both the battles of 1191 and 1192 joining Prithviraja Chauhan of Ajmer. They were ferocious and battle hardy Rajputs. Even after conversion they were fond of battles and seized Rajauri from the Pal rulers in 1193 AD.

    Jarrals enjoyed fighting the Afghans, the Sikhs, the Dogras and the British and never rested but expanded their state in great length and width of the Punjab Hills. They were ousted from Rajauri State by the combined forces of Sikhs, Dogras and British in 1846. Later, knowing their feats of bravery and courage, the British befriended with them that helped them great in the latter years. It is one of the highest castes of Tomar but due to conversion to Islam were excommunicated by the clan and were not mentioned by the Sagas who note, maintain and narrate rajput family trees. They reside in India, Jammu, Kashmir, Punjab and other parts now in Pakistan. The descendents of Jarral Rulers reside in Musaman Burj, Wazirabad in Pakistan.

    Pathania Rajputs Descendants of Raja Jhet pal, younger brother of Jaipal tuar of Delhi. Established his kingdom at Paithan, now called pathankot. Their kingdom was called Dhameri which was later renamed Nurpur. Famous for their resistance against foreign rule, which they proved by giving battle to invaders till 1849 A.D., after which the Kingdom was annexed by the British, the Raja being a minor. This clan has to its credit three Maha Vir Chakra winners in the Indian Army. This clan has also won many other gallantry awards while serving in the British army of India.

    Janjua Rajputs The Janjua Rajput clan claim descendancy from the Pandava dynasty through the Pandav Prince Arjun. Prince Arjun, known as the Achilles of India, was famous for his valour. He was eulogised in the Mahabharata epic as the perfect Kshatriya warrior. He conquered many powerful kingdoms in the Mahabharata epic and was the main lead in the battle field of Kurukshetra. Arjun’s great grandson, Maharaja Janamejaya, is an apical ancestor of the Janjuas. Janamejaya was later the ruling Emperor of the Kingdom of Hastinapur, the capital of which was Indraprasta (modern day Delhi). Regarding the Janjuas descent from the Pandavas dynasty, the Bali and Bhimwal generals of Raja Dhrupet Dev of Mathura, recorded that the Janjua Raja Dhrupet Dev was the descendant of Emperor Janamejaya of the Pandava dynasty of Prince Arjun. Sir Lepel H Griffin K.C.S.I. had also recorded in the early 1900s that the Janjua were Pandavas in origin.

    Beruari Beruari/Beruar/Birwar is one of the most dominating rajput sub caste of eastern UP. According to local sources, area of present days Balia and Mirzapur district was once governed by Sudras of Berua caste. A tomar prince defeated them and established the rule of dharma. He and his decedents later called as Berua+ari (Beruari), i.e., enemy of Beruas. There are many villages of this clan in Mithilanchal (Bihar) also. Hati is one of the prominent village of this clan. They are being treated as Amnekh (Superior) rajput clan in Bihar. Others Sub Branches – Birwar, Badwar, Katiyar, Jinwar, Indoria Kshatriya and Tirota Kshatriya. Indoria Kshatriya has branches – Raikwar, Jaiswar/Jaswar.

    Baba Ramdevji Tanwar MAHARAJA RAMDEVJI TANWAR Baba Ramdevji, the Holy Sage from Runicha, Rajsthan also known as Ram Pir. Born in 13th Century was a great social reformer and propounder of peace and equality. An yearly mela is held in Ramdevra in Jaisalmer District 118 km from Jaisalmer in his remberance where devotees from Rajasthan, Haryana, Gujarat and Punjab participate.

    Major Tomar kingdoms Indraprastha (Now called Delhi) The bastion of Lal Kot fort, Mehrauli, Delhi, built by Tomar Rajput ruler, Anangpal in ca 736 CE. Founding of Delhi by Tomars Pasanaha Chariu of Vibudh Shridhar (VS 1189-1230) an Apabhramsha writer, provides the first reference to the legend of the origin of the name Dhilli for Delhi.

    There are countless villages in Haryana country. The villagers there work hard. They don’t accept domination of others, and are experts in making the blood of their enemies flow. Indra himself praises this country. The capital of this country is Dhilli.

    The ruler Anangapal is famous, he can slay his enemies with his sword. The weight (of the Iron pillar) caused the Nagaraj to shake.

    Old Fort and lake outside it, Delhi A VS 1383 inscription in Delhi Museum confirms the founding of Delhi by the Tomars:

    Prithviraj Raso also confirms the founding by the Tomars and the legend of the loose nail (i.e., the Iron pillar):

    Iron pillar of Chandragupta with an inscription by Anangpal I Today Gurjars have around 20 villages of Tomar or Tanwar Gujjars in and around Delhi which makes the perception strong that this was originally a Gurjar clan. These Gurjar Tanwars proved to be the toughest repellents to the Britishers in 1857 during the first war of independence. They captured the Matcalfe house for 12 days cutting all supplies to British Armies and declaring independence for Delhi (though for a small period of time only).

    Gwalior A major Tomar kingdom in central India.

    Torawati Patan Located in Rajasthan, Haryana border. The kings of Torawati Patan are descendants of Anangpal Tomar, king of Delhi. They have ruled since the fall of Delhi in 1192 A.D. under Prithviraj Chauhan.

    Dholpur Dolpur was founded by Raja Dholan Deo Tomar in 1004 A.D., his descendants were ruling in the time of Babar and surrendered to Humayun. Dholan deo Tomar held the country between rivers Chambal and Banganga in early eleventh century.

    Hastinapur Ancient capital of Kuru kings.

    Gwalior Gwalior Fort built by the Tuar Rajputs of Gwalior Tomars of Gwalior Anangpal II/AnayPal A.D. 1046 (A.D. 1052 – inscription on the Iron pillar at Mahrauli), grandson of Jeypal Tuar Bhumpal Tomar A.D. 1081, Settled in Narwar area (Near Gwalior) Mahendra pal Tomar A.D. 1105 Hirapal Tomar A.D. 1130 Baghpal Tomar A.D. 1151 Pritam Pal Tomar A.D. 1175 Dilip Pal Tomar A.D. 1200 Bir Pal Tomar Anup pal Tomar Sonpal Tomar Sultanpal Tomar Kunwar pal Tomar Brahmdev Tomar A.D. 1350 Note- In some genelogy listings, Brahmpal is shown as descendant of Anangpal III (or Daktpal, the last Tomar king of Delhi) Virsingh dev A.D. 1375 Tomars Kings of Gwalior Virsingh dev or Bir Sing Deo A.D. 1375 (1432 V.S.). a Zamindar of Dandroli, captured fort from a Sayyid King of Gwalior.[41] Uddhharan Dev, Brother of VirSingh Dev, ruled for some time. Lakshman dev Tomar Viramdev A.D. 1400 (1457 V.S.) s/o Virsingh Dev. Ganapati Dev Tomar A.D. 1419 Dugarendra (Dungar) Singh A.D. 1424, consolidated Gwalior as a major power of central India. KirtiSingh Tomar A.D. 1454, Fought with Rana Kumbha of Mewar against Muhommadan Kings of Malwa (Mehmood Khilji). Mangal Dev was yougner son of Kirti Singh and had and estate of 120 villages in Dhodri and Amba of Tomargarh, he tried to recapture Gwalior after the fall of Tomars in A.D. 1516. Kalyanmalla Tomar A.D. 1479 Man Singh Tomar A.D. 1486, Musician and father fo Dhrupat Gharana. greatest of the Tomar Kings of Gwalior. Vikramaditya Tomar A.D. 1516, A.D. 1518- Ibrahim Lodhi captured Fort Gwalior. Ramshah Tomar A.D. 1526, Ousted from Gwalior, fought at Haldighati with Maharana Pratap. Salivahan Tomar – A.D. 1576 fought at Haldighati for Maharan Pratap. LATER Tomar Kings of Gwalior Salivahan Tomar – A.D. 1576 fought and killed at Haldighati for Maharan Pratap. Shyam Shah Tomar – A.D. 1595, accepted Akbar as suzerain and held Gwalior Fort.[42] Mitra Sen, brother of Shyam Shah, for sometime he held gwalior fort. Sangram Shah Tomar A.D. 1670 (Raja of Gwalior) Kishen Singh Bijay Singh, sought refuge in Mewar Uday Singh, sought refuge in Mewar Narayandas Tomar Torawati – Patan, Rajasthan

    Sri Krishna – Isht Devta of Tanwar Rajputs. Established by King Anangpal II while he was ruler at Delhi, Patan is a city in Rajasthan ruled by the Tomars since 12th Century AD. Patan was capital of Tanwarawati or Torawati state. It is one of the oldest remaining states still ruled by the Tanwar’s who are direct descendants of Anang Pal Tomar.

    Chronology of Tomar rulers at Patan Rao Salunji (Saalivaahan), fought Khilji Kings for 12 years, son of Anangpal II, last Tomar king of Delhi. Rao Nihaalji Rao Dothji (Dohthaji) Rao Popatraj ji Rao Peepalrajji (fought against Bhinvraj Sankhla of Bihar and killed him, founded Patan Fort) Rao Ranaji Rao Alsiji (Aasalji) Rao Kamalji (Kavarsi) Rao Mahipalji Rao Bhopalji, founded the Sarun Mata Temple in 1276 VS/ 1332 AD, the temple of Kuldevi of Tanwar Rajputs. Rao Bachrajji Rao Bhaadarji Rao Bahadur Singhji Rao Prithvirajji Rao Kalyaan Ji Rao Kumbhaaji Rao Baharsiji Rao Jagmaalji Rao Purnamalji Rao Laakhanji Rao Loonkaranji Rao Kanwalrajji (Kevalji), married and had issue. Rao Udoji, heir apparent, moved away from Patan and established Thikana Gaonri (or Gaondi), and was ancestor of the Thakur Sahebs of Mandholi, Gaonri, Puranabas. Rao Aasalji (qv) Rao Kheebu (Pevji) Rao Sahamalji Rao Karpooriji Rao Beekoji Rao Chhotaa Aasalji Rao Balbhadra Singhji Rao Dalpat Singhji Rao Pratap Singhji Rao Kesri Singhji (Sinhraj) Rao Fateh Singhji Rao Jaswant Singhji Rao Ghaasiramji Rao Bamsiramji Rao SAMRATH SINGHJI -/1757 Rao SAMPAT SINGHJI 1757/1790 – Battle of Patan, De Boignes the French bigot defeated Rajput confederacy at Patan and took all the gold from Patan Fort. Rao JAWAHAR SINGHJI 1790/- Rao LAXMAN SINGHJI Kunwar Pratab Singhji Rao Mukund Singhji Rao KISHAN SINGH -/1873 Rao MUKUND SINGH 1873/-, born about 1862, son of Kunwar Pratap Singh, younger brother of # Rao Kishan Singh. Rao KHUMAN SINGH, married and had issue. Rao MAHARAJ SINGH Rao Sahib UDAYA SINGH, married 1928 in Kathmandu, Rani Thagendra Rajya Lakshmi Kumari Devi, daughter of Gen. HH Shri Tin Maharaja Mohun Shamsher Jung Bahadur Rana of Nepal, Prime Minister of Nepal. Rao Sahib BIR BIKRAM SINGHJI -/1991, born 18 August 1932, married 28 April 1960, Rani Sahiba Raghuraj Kumari [presently the Rajmata Sahiba of Patan], daughter of Maharaj Pratap Singhji of Bhupalgarh (Mewar). Rao Sahib DIGVIJAY SINGHJI, Rao of Patan and Head of the Tomar clan in India, since 11 September 1991.

    Buhana Bhawani singh, Founder of Buhana (Jhunjhunu)in 1234. Baba Umad Singh (Maharaj), lok Devta (Saint) of Buhana, Dist Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan), now Baba Umad Singh Seva & Vikash Samiti. Rao Lakhaji Tanwar (1523–1544) of Gaonri Captured Mandholi from Jat Rulers, placed Inderpalji Tanwar at Mandholi. Maonda kalan: Two brothers Shyamdasji and Sunderdasji moved from Gaonri and founded Maonda Kalan. There Jagirdari was spread over twelve villages from Dudas on one side to Purana Baas. One of the sons of Sunderdasji moved from Maonda Kalan and founded Dantil. Banethi: Near Kot Putli, Rajasthan Gaonri (or Gaondi)

    Nurpur Founded in the 11th century (1095 A.D.), by Raja Jhet Pal, younger brother of the Ruler of Delhi (Anaypal Tomar). Originally known as Dhameri, name changed to Nurpur by Jehangir in honor of Queen Nur Jehan. Rulers at Pathankot Raja Jhetpal Pathania, a yougner brother of Tomara[45] king of Delhi. Raja Khetrapal Raja Sukhin Pal Raja Jagat Pal Raja Ram Pal Raja Gopal Raja Arjun Pal Raja Varsh Pal Raja Jatan Pal Raja Vidurath Pal Raja Jagan Pal Raja Kirat Pal Raja Kakho Pal Raja JAS PAL 1313/1353, married and had issue, 9 sons, each of whom was progenitor of a branch of the Pathania family. Raja Kailas Pal 1353/1397 Raja NAG PAL 1397/1438 Raja PRITHI PAL 1438/1473 Raja Bhil Pal 1473/1513 Raja Bakht Mal 1513/1558, died 1558. Ally of Sikandar Sur. Raja PAHARI MAL 1558/1580, brother of Bakht Mal. Rulers at Dhameri (Nurpur) Raja BASU DEV 1580/1613, enjoyed a mansab of 1500 under Emperor Akbar, which was increased to 3500 by Emperor Jahangir, married and had issue. He died in the thana of Shahabad in 1613. Lost Pargana of Pathankot and moved capital to Dhameri. Raja SURAJ MAL Raja JAGAT SINGH Mian Madho Singh, granted the title of Raja by Emperor Jahangir. He died after 1623. Raja SURAJ MAL 1613/1618, granted a mansab of 2000. He died 1618 in Chamba. Raja Jagat Singh 1618/1646 Patronized by Jehangir, rebelled against Shah Jehan but restored, accompanied Dara Shikoh to Kandahar. Raja Rup Singh 1646/1661 Taragarh taken from him, granted 1500 mansab Raja Mandhata Singh 1661/1700 Raja Dayadhata 1700/1735 Raja Fateh Singh 1735/1770 Indar Sing – younger son. Ruler at Reh. Raja Prithvi Singh 1770/1805 Raja Bir Singh 1805/1846, born 1785, last ruling Chief of Nurpur, married a daughter of Raja Jit Singh of Chamba, and had issue. He died in Battle in, 1846 AD. Raja Jaswant Sngh 1846/1898 Raja Gagan Singh 1898/1952, 6th Viceregal Darbari in Kangra District, an honorary magistrate in Kangra District, the hereditary title of raja was conferred 15 March 1909 by the Viceroy, married and had issue. He died 1952. Raja Devendra Singh 1952 REH Mian Indar Singh of Reh, married a daughter of the Raja of Kangra, settled in that state and was ancestor of the Reh branch of the Nurpur Royal Family, married and had issue.

    Dholpur The Honourable Raja Sri Pratap Arjun Singhji Tomar of Kayasthpada in his uniform of Her Majesty’s Guards.

    Dholpur was founded in circa 700 AD, Raja Dholan Deo Tonwar founded Dholpur in 1004, his dynasty ruling till 1505, Sikander Lodhi Obliterating it and merging it with Mughal states. It was later captured by Mughal Babur. It was later merged with GOHAD state existing as such till 1806 when Rana Khirat Singh of Gohad (1803/1805), became the first ruler of Dholpur.

    Kayasthapad, Dholpur – In 1873 Maj. HH Rais ud-Daulah Sipahdar ul-Mulk Maharajadhiraj Sri Sawai Maharaj Rana NIHAL SINGH Lokindra Bahadur Diler Jung Jai Deo of Dholpur Invited Thakur Saheb Karan Singh Ji of Musepur in 1876, from the family of the Thakur of Hussait, who were descendants of Raja Dholan Deo Tomar, and created him the Raja of Kaysathpada Thikana. He was succeeded by his son Raja Pratap Arjun Singh Tomar who was also a member of the His Majesty’s Guards. Kayasthpada family is now headed by Raja Saheb Ravendra Singh Ji Saheb Tomar who is also a well known conservationist and nature photographer with being the pioneer of the Tourism industry in Kotah. Bikaner Lakhasar, Sawantsar and Janjheu villages have some tanwar population. jai rajputana

  2. vipin singh gaharwar Says:

    it’s rong gaharwar’s not chandravansi please cheak hiostory his origine from jaichandra related to manda

    • Ajai sikarwar Says:

      Ye sab ke sab itihash ko jaane bagair kuchh v likh dete ha….gaharwar bhagwan shree ke bete lava ke wansaj gahadwal rajputo se joode ha aur wo suryavanahi me shretha Suryavanahi Rajput hote ha…unhi ke wansaj rathore v ha…isloye issey soodhar karke gaharwar ko Suryavanshi likhe….

  3. sanjay singh Says:

    Where is Sinhalgarh in reference to Singhel Rajputs

  4. k a s tomar Says:

    The gotra for tomar, tanwar and pathania is vaiyagra

  5. rajendra singh tanwar Says:

    tanwar kul ki devi ka beej mantra kya he krapya btaye

  6. satyanarayan Shivram Singh Says:

    some peoples sharing surname of singh are living in pratapgarh district in uttarpradesh they are called baheliya is it true that baheliya caste comes under kshatriya please reply

    • kutchitihasparisad Says:

      will check details and will respond accordingly – thanks

      • kutchitihasparisad Says:

        Also refer to http://kparchaeology.blogspot.co.uk/

        राजपूतों की वंशावली

        राजपूतों की वंशावली

        “दस रवि से दस चन्द्र से बारह ऋषिज प्रमाण,

        चार हुतासन सों भये कुल छत्तिस वंश प्रमाण

        भौमवंश से धाकरे टांक नाग उनमान

        चौहानी चौबीस बंटि कुल बासठ वंश प्रमाण.”

        अर्थ:-दस सूर्य वंशीय क्षत्रिय दस चन्द्र वंशीय,बारह ऋषि वंशी एवं चार अग्नि वंशीय कुल छत्तिस क्षत्रिय वंशों का प्रमाण है,बाद में भौमवंश नागवंश क्षत्रियों को सामने करने के बाद जब चौहान वंश चौबीस अलग अलग वंशों में जाने लगा तब क्षत्रियों के बासठ अंशों का पमाण मिलता है।

        सूर्य वंश की दस शाखायें:-

        १. कछवाह२. राठौड ३. बडगूजर४. सिकरवार५. सिसोदिया ६.गहलोत ७.गौर ८.गहलबार ९.रेकबार १०.जुनने

        चन्द्र वंश की दस शाखायें:-

        १.जादौन२.भाटी३.तोमर४.चन्देल५.छोंकर६.होंड७.पुण्डीर८.कटैरिया९.स्वांगवंश १०.वैस

        अग्निवंश की चार शाखायें:-

        १.चौहान२.सोलंकी३.परिहार ४.पमार.

  7. Ancient Archaeologist Says:

    What ever presented is ONLY a PART (we know) and We need to aggregate from every part. Every one has to supplement to complete the information. Never think as complete- try to make it. NO ONE IS COMPLETE

    Also refer to http://kparchaeology.blogspot.co.uk/

    राजपूतों की वंशावली

    राजपूतों की वंशावली

    “दस रवि से दस चन्द्र से बारह ऋषिज प्रमाण,

    चार हुतासन सों भये कुल छत्तिस वंश प्रमाण

    भौमवंश से धाकरे टांक नाग उनमान

    चौहानी चौबीस बंटि कुल बासठ वंश प्रमाण.”

    अर्थ:-दस सूर्य वंशीय क्षत्रिय दस चन्द्र वंशीय,बारह ऋषि वंशी एवं चार अग्नि वंशीय कुल छत्तिस क्षत्रिय वंशों का प्रमाण है,बाद में भौमवंश नागवंश क्षत्रियों को सामने करने के बाद जब चौहान वंश चौबीस अलग अलग वंशों में जाने लगा तब क्षत्रियों के बासठ अंशों का पमाण मिलता है।

    सूर्य वंश की दस शाखायें:-

    १. कछवाह२. राठौड ३. बडगूजर४. सिकरवार५. सिसोदिया ६.गहलोत ७.गौर ८.गहलबार ९.रेकबार १०.जुनने

    चन्द्र वंश की दस शाखायें:-

    १.जादौन२.भाटी३.तोमर४.चन्देल५.छोंकर६.होंड७.पुण्डीर८.कटैरिया९.स्वांगवंश १०.वैस

    अग्निवंश की चार शाखायें:-

    १.चौहान२.सोलंकी३.परिहार ४.पमार.

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