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The Mehrangarh fort, Jodhpur
The Mehrangarh fort, Jodhpur

The Rathore or Rathor or Rathur or Rathod (Hindi: राठौड, IAST:Rāṭhauḍ or Rāṭhaur, Urdu: راٹھور) is a Rajput tribe of India. The Rathores of India and Pakistan are a Rajput clan from the Marwar region of western Rajasthan, inhabiting Idar state of Gujarat and also the Chhapra ,Sheohar(a village called tariyani Chapra (LAND OF AMAR RATHORE)is also having large number of rathore rajputs,,migrated from jaipur,,they were the king of jaipur fort) Muzaffarpur districts of Bihar in very small numbers. In India, their native languages are Hindi and its dialects (such as Rajasthani, Marwari and other languages of Rajasthan, Gujarati and Kutchi in Gujarat, as well as Punjabi in the Punjab a dialect of Punjabi called Rathi spoken in Ratia and Tohana in present day Haryana). Image File history File linksMetadata Download high resolution version (2197x1581, 886 KB) Summary Mehrangarh fort (Jodhpur) Licensing I, the creator of this work, hereby release it into the public domain. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Download high resolution version (2197x1581, 886 KB) Summary Mehrangarh fort (Jodhpur) Licensing I, the creator of this work, hereby release it into the public domain. ... , Jodhpur   (जोधपुर), is the second largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. ... Hindi (DevanāgarÄ«: or , IAST: , IPA:  ), an Indo-European language spoken all over India in varying degrees and extensively in northern and central India, is one of the 22 official languages of India and is used, along with English, for central government administrative purposes. ... IAST, or International Alphabet of Sanskrit Transliteration is the academic standard for writing the Sanskrit language with the Latin alphabet and very similar to National Library at Calcutta romanization standard being used with many Indic scripts. ... Urdu ( , , trans. ... Rajput constitute one of the major Hindu Kshatriya groups from India. ... http://www. ... Rajput constitute one of the major Hindu Kshatriya groups from India. ... Marwar (मारवाड़) is a region of southwestern Rajasthan state in western India. ... , Rājasthān (DevanāgarÄ«: राजस्थान, IPA: )   is the largest state of the Republic of India in terms of area. ... This article is for the Indian state. ... Chhapra is the headquarters of Saran district in the state of Bihar, in India. ... Sheohar is an administrative district in the state of Bihar in India. ... , Muzaffarpur   is a city, and a municipal corporation in Muzaffarpur district in the Indian state of Bihar. ... For other uses, see Bihar (disambiguation). ... Hindi (हिन्दी) is a language spoken mainly in North and Central India. ... Rajasthani (राजस्थानी) is a language of the Indo-Aryan languages family. ... Marwari may refer to: Marwari Site, Connecting Marwaris :TheMarwari. ... Gujarati (ગુજરાતી GujÇŽrātÄ«; also known as Gujerati, Gujarathi, Guzratee, and Guujaratee[3]) is an Indo-Aryan language descending from Sanskrit, and part of the greater Indo-European language family. ... Kachhi (also spelled, Cutchi or Kachchhi) is an Indo-Aryan Language spoken in the Kutch region of the Indian state of Gujarat, with approximately 866,000 speakers. ... This article is for the Indian state. ... Punjabi (also Panjabi; in GurmukhÄ«, PanjābÄ« in ShāhmukhÄ«) is the language of the Punjab regions of India and Pakistan. ... , This article is about the Indian state of Punjab. ... Punjabi (also Panjabi; in GurmukhÄ«, PanjābÄ« in ShāhmukhÄ«) is the language of the Punjab regions of India and Pakistan. ... Rathi or Rath is gotra of Jats found in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in India. ... Ratia is a city and a municipal committee in Fatehabad district in the Indian state of Haryana. ... Tohana is a city and a municipal council in Fatehabad district in the Indian state of Haryana. ... For the town in Hoshiarpur district, see Hariana. ...


Dynasties belonging to this clan ruled a number of kingdoms and princely states in Rajasthan and neighbouring states before India's independence in 1947. The largest and oldest among these was Jodhpur, in Marwar and Bikaner. Also the Idar State in Gujrat. The Maharaja of Jodhpur, is regarded as the head of the extended Rathore clan of Hindu Rajputs. Even in the modern times the clout of this clan in the democratic world is such that a large number of MLAs and MPs have been elected from among them. A princely state is any state under the reign of a prince and is thus a principality taken in the broad sense. ... , Jodhpur   (जोधपुर), is the second largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. ... HH, (titular) Maharaja Gaj Singh (b. ... This article discusses the adherents of Hinduism. ...

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Early history

Based on "khyats" (traditional accounts) written in seventeenth century, it is surmised that the Rathores and Rathods were originally feudatories of the Ujjaini-based Gurjara-Pratihara dynasty, and may perhaps have been domiciled in the vicinity of Kannauj in the heyday of that dynasty. Pratihara-ruled Kannauj was sacked by Mahmud of Ghazni in 1019 CE, which ushered in a chaotic period for that area. A family known to us as the "Gahadvala" dynasty gained control of Kannauj and ruled for nearly a century; their best-known dynast was Raja Jaichand, their last king. The Gahadvalas were displaced from Kannauj by the invasion, in 1194 CE, of Muhammad of Ghor. It is said that Sheoji, a surviving grandson of Jaichand, made his way into the western desert with a group of faithful followers, finally settling in the town of Pali in Marwar, which was ruled by another branch of the Pratiharas. Sheoji is regarded as the patriarch of the entire Rathore clan and all Rathores and Rathods trace their patrilineage back to him. The tradition finds supports from a number of inscriptions found in the vicinity of Kannauj that mention several generations of a Rashtrakuta dynasty ruling there for two centuries. A very similar account is also mentioned in the "Rashtrayudha Kavya" of Rudrakavi, finished in 1595, who was the court poet in the court of the Rathore king, Narayana of Mayurgiri. , Ujjain   (Hindi:उज्जैन) (also known as Ujain, Ujjayini, Avanti, Avantikapuri) is an ancient city of central India, in the Malwa region of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, on the eastern bank of the Kshipra River. ... This article may not give enough verifiable information about the subject, or may not sufficiently explain its importance. ... The Pratiharas (Hindi परतिहार pratihāra, also known as Parihars) ruled a large kingdom in northern India from the 6th to the 11th centuries. ... Kannauj (Hindi कन्नौज), sometimes improperly spelt Kanauj, is an ancient city lying in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. ... Mahmud and Ayaz The Sultan is to the right, shaking the hand of the sheykh, with Ayaz standing behind him. ... The Gahadvala are a Hindu Rajput dynasty who ruled the kingdom of Kannauj from the 11th century to the early 13th century. ... Jai Chandra was Prithvirajs father in law, who sided Prithviraj in his second battle against Muhammad Ghori. ... Muhammad of Ghor (Persian,Urdu: محمد شہاب الدین غوری), also Muhammad Ghori or Mohammad Ghauri, originally named Muizz-ad-din, b. ... Pali is a town in Rajasthan state of western India. ... Jain cave in Ellora The Rastrakutas (Sanskrit/Maharashtri Prakrit [1]/Marathi[2][3]:राष्ट्रकूट, Kannada: ರಾಷ್ಟ್ರಕೂಟ) were a dynasty which ruled the southern and the central parts or the Deccan, India during the 8th - 10th century. ... Rashtrayudha Kavya is a laudatory text written during the time of king Narayana of Mayuragiri (Baglana) in Maharashtra, of Rathore or Rashtrayudha lineage. ...


Marwar and beyond

The Rathores gradually spread across Marwar, forming a brotherhood of landowners and village chieftains, loosely bound to each other by ties of clan and caste. An epoch in the history both of Marwar and of the Rathores was marked by Rao Jodha, a warrior who founded a kingdom that grew to encompass all of Marwar. He also founded the city of Jodhpur in 1459, and moved his capital thither from Mandore. One of his sons, Rao Bika, with the help of his brave uncle Rawat Kandhal, established the town of Bikaner in 1488, in the Jangladesh region lying to the north of Marwar; that town was to become the seat of a second major Rathore kingdom. Some of these migrations from Marwar into Gujarat caused changes in language and the spelling of Rathore to Rathod, which is seen in clans present in Gujarat. Rathods of Gujarat trace their history to the city Jodhpur. Rao Jodha (1416-1484) was the son of Rao Ranmal (Ranamalla) of Mandore, a Rajput of the Rathore clan. ... , Jodhpur   (जोधपुर), is the second largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. ... Mandore is a town located 9 km north of Jodhpur city, in the Indian state of Rajasthan. ... Rawat Kandhal, a Rathore Rajput Brave uncle of Rao Bika, Maharaja the founder of Bikaner state in present day state of Rajasthan who always stood by him as his guardian. ... , Bikaner is a city in the northwest of the state of Rajasthan in western India. ... Jangladesh is a region of northern Rajasthan state in India. ...


The various cadet branches of the Rathore clan gradually spread to encompass all of Marwar and later sallied abroad to found states in Central India and Gujarat. At the time of India's independence in 1947, the princely states ruled by various branches of the Rathore clan included: The geography of India is extremely diverse, with landscape ranging from snow-capped mountain ranges to deserts, plains, hills and plateaus. ...

  • Jodhpur (Marwar): Covering the present-day districts of Jodhpur, Pali, Nagaur, Barmer, and Jalor.
  • Bikaner (Jangladesh): Covering the present-day districts of Bikaner, Churu, Ganganagar and Hanumangarh;
  • Kishangarh in present-day Rajasthan, founded in 1611 by Raja Kishan Singh, son of Udai Singh of Marwar.
  • Idar in present-day Gujarat, founded in 1728 or 1729.
  • Ratlam in present-day Ratlam District of Madhya Pradesh, founded 1651.
  • Sitamau in present-day Mandsaur District of Madhya Pradesh, founded 1701 by Raja Kesho Das.
  • Sailana in present-day Ratlam District of Madhya Pradesh, founded in 1730 by Raja Jai Singh.
  • Rathore rajputs are also found in Bihar ,,District called Sheohar there is a village called tariyani chapra,,there are lots of rathore rajputs...migrated from rajasthan(Jaipur)
  • Amar rathore is one of them.

, Jodhpur   (जोधपुर), is the second largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. ... Marwar (मारवाड़) is a region of southwestern Rajasthan state in western India. ... Nagaur is a city in the state of Rajasthan in India. ... Barmer is a city in Barmer District in western Rajasthan in India. ... Jalor, also known as Jalore is a city in Rajasthan state of western India. ... , Bikaner is a city in the northwest of the state of Rajasthan in western India. ... Jangladesh is a region of northern Rajasthan state in India. ... , Churu (Hindi: चूरु) is a town in the desert region of Rajasthan, India. ... , Ganganagar, also called Sri Ganganagar, is a small city in Rajasthan state of western India. ... Hanumangarh is a town in northern Rajasthan state in western India, located 300 km from Delhi. ... , Kishangarh is a city and a municipality in Ajmer district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. ... Idar is a town in the Sabarkantha district of Gujarat, India, located about 20 km north of Himatnagar and 25 km from Gujarats border with Rajasthan. ... , Ratlam   (Hindi:रतलाम), known historically as Ratnapuri, is a city in the Malwa region in Madhya Pradesh state of central India. ... Ratlam District is a district of Madhya Pradesh state in central India. ... Sitamau is a town in the Mandsaur district of Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh. ... Mandsaur District is a District of Madhya Pradesh state in central India. ... Sailana is a town in the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh. ...

Rathore clans in modern times

  • Banirot, living in Ghanghu (Churu District) area
  • Kandhal, living around Ghanghu (Churu District)
  • Jodha, Rulers of Jodhpur, Rajasthan
  • Jaitawat, living around pali, descendent of rao jaitaji rathore
  • Champawat, Living around Jodhpur & Pali
  • Udawat, Living around Pali
  • Mertia, living largely in Nagaur district Rajasthan
  • Kumpawat,
  • Bika, Rulers of Bikaner
  • Bidawat, living around Bidasar Churu
  • Jodha Ratansinghot [Rulers of Ratlam]
  • Rawatot, living around Rawatsar
  • Karamsot, living around Khinvsar Nagaur and Bikaner
  • Karnot the clan of Durgadas Rathore
  • Jetmalot
  • Bhatra
  • Rathore, living around Kotli, Farward Kahuta, and Nakar Bandi (about 60 km East of Bagh) in Azad Kashmir
  • Rathore, living around Buxer, Bhojpur and Ghazipur in eastern UP and Bihar
  • Rathore living in villages of Kanda tehsil of Bageshware district in Uttarakhand
  • Rathore , Daneswar (Kasyap)Living in Dist.-Etah(Raja ka Rampur)Uttar Pradesh

Rathore, Family (Kashyap)Living in Nagod Estate now in District Satna of Madhya Pradesh , Jodhpur   (जोधपुर), is the second largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. ... , Rājasthān (DevanāgarÄ«: राजस्थान, IPA: )   is the largest state of the Republic of India in terms of area. ... , Bikaner is a city in the northwest of the state of Rajasthan in western India. ... , Churu (Hindi: चूरु) is a town in the desert region of Rajasthan, India. ... Nagaur is a city in the state of Rajasthan in India. ... , Bikaner is a city in the northwest of the state of Rajasthan in western India. ... Durga Das Rathore Durgadas Rathore (13/Aug/1638 - 22/Nov/1718) is a famous personality in the annals of Marwar. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article details only the area administered by Pakistan. ... Bhojpur is an administrative district in the state of Bihar in India. ... Ghazipur is a town in Uttar Pradesh, India, on the Ganges River. ...

  • Rathur, living in the metro-Detroit area of Michigan in the United States of America (when Mughal Emperor Jahangir brought some Rajput soldiers with him on his conquest of Kashmir, many of them settled there and embraced Islam. Several of the Kashmiri Rathores changed their name to "Rathur").

Rathore/Rao Genealogy

(1200 A D onwards up to 1500 A D)

 RAO SHIVA (Sheoji) | 1212-1272 A.D. RAO ASTHAN----RAO SONAG----RAO AJAY | 1272-1292 A.D. RAO DOOHAD----RAO JOPSA----RAO DHANDHUL----RAO HIRNAK----RAO POHAD----RAO KHIPSA----RAO AASAL----RAO CHACHIG | 1292-1309 A.D. RAO RAIPAL----RAO KIRTIPAL----RAO BEHAD----RAO PAITHAR----RAO JOGA----RAO DALU----RAO VEGAD | 1309-1313 A.D. RAO KANHA----RAO KELHAN----RAO SANDA----RAO LAKHAN----RAO DAANGI----RAO MOHAN----RAO JANJAN----RAO RAJO----RAO RANDHA----RAO HATHUNDIYA | 1313-1323 A.D. RAO JALANSI(Second Son) ----RAO BHIMKARAN(Oldest Son. Died in a battle in his father's reign) ----RAO VIJAYPAL | 1323-1328 A.D. RAO CHADA----RAO BHAKAR SINGH----RAO DUNGAR SINGH | 1328-1344 A.D. RAO TIDA----RAO KHOKRA----RAO VANAR----RAO SEEMAL----RAO RUDRAPAL----RAO KHIPSA | 1344-1357 A.D. RAO SALKHA (Second Son) ---------------------------------------------------------------------RAO KANHAD DEV (Oldest Son. His progeny did not rule.) | 1357-1374 A.D. | RAO VIRAMDEV(Third Son) ----RAO MALLINATH (Oldest Son) ----RAO JAITMAL----RAO SOBHIT RAO TRIBHUVAN | 1374-1383 A.D. 1373-1399 A.D. RAO CHUNDA | 1399-1423 A.D. RAO RANMAL---------------RAO SATAL----RAO KANHA | 1427-1438 A.D. (1424-1427 A.D.) RAO JODHA----RAWAT KANDHAL----RAO CHAMPA----RAO AKHAIRAJ----RAO MANDLO----RAO PATTA----RAO LAKHA----RAO BALA----RAO JAITMUL----RAO KARNA----RAO ROOPA----RAO NATHOO----RAO DUNGRA----RAO SANDA----RAO MANDO----RAO BIROO----RAO JUGMAL----RAO HAMPO----RAO SAKTO----RAO KARMA----RAO URIVAL----RAO KHETSI----RAO SHATRUSAL----RAO TEJMAL | 1453-1489 A.D. | | RAO KUMPA | (-1544 A.D) | RAO SAATUL----RAO SURAJ----RAO GUMMA----RAO DUDA----RAO BIR----RAO BIKA----RAO BHARMUAL----RAO SURJA----RAO KURUM SINGH----RAO RAEMUL----RAO SAMANT SINGH----RAO BEEDA----RAO BANHUR----RAO NEEMBO 1489-1492 A.D. 1492-1515 A.D. | RAO BAGH SINGH | RAO GANGA SINGH | 1515-1532 A.D. RAO MALDEO 1532-1562 A.D. 
  • Jetmalot

Rao Seoji was a Rajput belonging to the Rathore clan. ... Rao Asthan was a rajput of Rathore clan. ... Rao Sonag was a rajput belonging to the Rathore clan. ... Rao Ajay was a rajput of Rathore clan. ... Rao Doohad was a rajput chieftain belonging to the Rathore clan. ... Dhandhul is the name of a branch of the Rathore clan of Suryavanshi rajputs. ... Khokra is a shakha of suryavanshi rajput kula rathore. ... Rao Jodha (1416-1484) was the son of Rao Ranmal (Ranamalla) of Mandore, a Rajput of the Rathore clan. ... Rawat Kandhal, a Rathore Rajput Brave uncle of Rao Bika, Maharaja the founder of Bikaner state in present day state of Rajasthan who always stood by him as his guardian. ... Jaitawat is a shakha of suryavanshi rajput kula rathore. ... Karnot is a shakha of suryavanshi rajput kula rathore. ... Kumpawat is a shakha of suryavanshi rajput kula rathore. ... Bika a rajput surname often used in the western state of Rajasthan, India. ... Rao Maldeo Rathore was a suryavanshi Rajput of the Rathore clan (kula). ...

Rathore rulers of Marwar (Jodhpur)

  • Rao Sheoji or Siyaji (1226-1273)
  • Rao Asthan (1273-1292)
  • Rao Doohad (1291-1309)
  • Rao Raipal (1309-1313)
  • Rao Kanhapal (1313-1323)
  • Rao Jalansi (1323-1228)
  • Rao Chada (1328-1344)
  • Rao Tida (1334-1357)
  • Rao Kanhadev (1357-1374)
  • Rao Biram Dev (1374-1383)
  • Rao Chanda or Chunda Rao (1383-1424)
  • Rao Kanha (1424-1427)
  • Rai Sanha (in rebellion) (1424-1427)
  • Rao Ranmal or Ranmalla (1427-1438)
  • Rao Jodha (1438-1488). Founder of Jodhpur.
  • Rao Satal (1488-1491)
  • Rao Suja (1491-1515)
  • Rao Ganga (1515-1532)
  • Rao Maldev or Malladeva (1532-1562)
  • Rao Chandrasen (1562-1584)
  • Raja Udai Singh or Udaya Singh (1584-1595)
  • Sawai Raja Suraj Singh (1595-1620)
  • Maharaja Gaja Singh (1620-1638)
  • Maharaja Jaswant Singh I (1638-1679)
  • Maharaja Ajit Singh (19 February 1679 - 24 June 1724). Born 1679, died 1724.
  • Maharaja Abhai Singh (24 June 1724 - 18 June 1749). Born 1702, died 1749.
  • Maharaja Ram Singh (1st time) (18 June 1749 - July 1751). Born 1730, died 1772.
  • Maharaja Bakht Singh (July 1751 - 21 September 1752). Born 1706, died1752.
  • Maharaja Bijay Singh (1st time) (21 September 1752 - 1753). Born 1724, died 1793.
  • Maharaja Ram Singh (2nd time) (1753 -September 1772)
  • Maharaja Bijay Singh (2nd time) (1772 - 17 July 1793)
  • Maharaja Bhim Singh (in rebellion) (13 April 1792 - 20 March 1793). Died 1803.
  • Maharaja Bhim Singh (17 July 1793 - 19 October 1803)
  • Maharaja Man Singh Rathore (19 October 1803 - 4 September 1843). Born 1783, died 1843.
  • Chhatra Singh (regent) (19 April 1817 - 6 January 1818). Born c.1800, died 1818.
  • Maharaja Takht Singh (14 October 1843 - 13 February 1873). Born 1819, died 1873.
  • Maharaja Jaswant Singh II (13 February 1873 - 11 October 1895. Born 1838, died 1895.
  • Maharaja Sardar Singh (11 October 1895 - 21 March 1911). Born 1880, died 1911.
  • Maharaja Sumer Singh (21 March 1911 - 3 October 1918). Born 1898, died 1918.
  • Maharaja Umaid Singh (3 October 1918 - 9 June 1947). Born 1903, died 1947.
  • Maharaja Hanwant Singh (9 June 1947-7 April 1949). Born 1923, acceded to India 7 April 1949, died 1952.
  • Maharaja Gaj Singh II

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HH Raj Rajeshwar Maharajadhiraj Shri Hanwant Singh of Jodhpur was ruler of the Indian princely state of Jodhpur from 1947 until 1952. ... June 9 is the 160th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (161st in leap years), with 205 days remaining. ... Year 1947 (MCMXLVII) was a common year starting on Wednesday (link will display full 1947 calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... April 7 is the 97th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (98th in leap years). ... Year 1949 (MCMXLIX) was a common year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... The Maharaja of Jodhpur, Gaj Singh (born 13 January 1948), was Maharaja of Jodhpur, India and is head of the Rathore clan of Rajputs. ...

Rathore rulers of Bikaner (Jangladesh)

  • Rao Bika (1465-1504). Born 1438, died 1504. Founded Bikaner 1465. Son of Rao Jodha of Marwar.
  • Rao Naroji Singh (1504-1505). Son of Rao Bika.
  • Rao Lunkaranji (1505-1526). Son of Rao Bika.
  • Rao Jetsiji Singh (1526-1542). Son of Rao Lunkaranji.
  • Rao Kalyan Singh (1542-1571). Born 1519, died 1571. Son of Rao Jetsiji Singh.
  • Raja Raj Singh I (1571-1611). Born 1541, died 1612. Son of Raja Kalyan Singh.
  • Raja Dalpat Singh (1611-1614). Born 1565, died 1614. Son of Raja Raj Singh I.
  • Raja Sur Singh (1614-1631). Born 1595, died 1631. Son of Raja Raj Singh I.
  • Raja Karan Singh (1631-1669. Born 1616, died 1669. Son of Raja Karan Singh.
  • Maharaja Anup Singh (Raja 1669-1687, Maharaja 1687-1698). Born 1638, died 1698. Son of Raja Karan Singh.
  • Maharaja Sarup Singh (1698-1700). Born 1689, died 1700.
  • Maharaja Sujan Singh (1700-1736). Born 1690, died 1736.
  • Maharaja Zorawar Singh (1736-1745). Born 1713, died 1745. Husband of, Maharani. Gurnoor Kaur
  • Maharaja Gaj Singh (1745-1787). Born 1723, died 1787.
  • Maharaja Raj Singh II (1787). Born 1744, died 1787.
  • Maharaja Pratap Singh (1787). Born 1781, died 1787.
  • Maharaja Surat Singh (1788-1828). Born1766, died 1828.
  • Maharaja Ratan Singh (1828-1851). Born 1791, died 1851.
  • Maharaja Sardar Singh (1851-16 May 1872). Born 1818, died 1872.
  • Maharaja Dungar Singh (16 May 1872 - 19 August 1887). Born 1854, died 1887.
  • Maharaja Ganga Singh (19 August 1887-2 February 1943). Born 1880, died 1943.
  • Maharaja Sadul Singh (2 February 1943 - 7 April 1949). Born 1902, acceded to India 7 April 1949, died 25 September 1950)
  • Maharaja Karni Singh

[RATHORE RULERS OF RATLAM] Rao Bika was the founder of the town and principality of Bikaner in present-day Rajasthan. ... is the 136th day of the year (137th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1872 (MDCCCLXXII) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian Calendar (or a leap year starting on Saturday of the 12-day slower Julian calendar). ... is the 231st day of the year (232nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 1887 (MDCCCLXXXVII) is a common year starting on Saturday (click on link for calendar) of the Gregorian calendar or a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... is the 231st day of the year (232nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 1887 (MDCCCLXXXVII) is a common year starting on Saturday (click on link for calendar) of the Gregorian calendar or a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar. ... is the 33rd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1943 (MCMXLIII) was a common year starting on Friday (the link will display full 1943 calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... April 7 is the 97th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (98th in leap years). ... Year 1949 (MCMXLIX) was a common year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... April 7 is the 97th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (98th in leap years). ... Year 1949 (MCMXLIX) was a common year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 268th day of the year (269th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1950 (MCML) was a common year starting on Sunday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Maharaja Karni Singh was the ruler of the Princely State of Bikaner following its cession to India. ...


Rathore Rulers of Ratlam

  • M.Dalpat Singh [4th son of Mota Raja Udai Singh Of Jodhpur]
  • M.Mahesh Das
  • M.Ratan Singh Ji ['Radh Rane ,Bhane Rattan.Kartabbi Bharat Kann.

Narnah Je Mukh Neer. Grehwant Gayan Gaheer.Susmatth Sure Sakkaj. Gajdiyan Bhanjan Gajj.Pit Mat Taran Pakkh. Singar Terah Sakkh'.]

  • M Ram Singh Ji
  • M.Shiv Singh Ji
  • M.Keshav Das
  • M.Chatrasal Ji
  • M.Berisal ji [Retired to jaipur]
  • Raja Abhey Singh Ji
  • Raja Fateh Singh Ji
  • Raja Sajet Singh Ji
  • Raja Sumer Singh Ji
  • Raja Pep Singh Ji
  • Raja Karan Singh Ji
  • Raja Bhom Singh Ji
  • Raja Amar Singh Ji [IPS] Rajasthan Police
  • M. Vikram Singh Ji [Retired Commercial Taxes Officer]'
  • Raja Raghuveer Singh Ji
  • M.Chanderveer Singh Ji
  • M.Pushpender Singh Ji
  • M.K.NatwarSingh jI
  • KR.Harshvardhan singh
  • KR.Yashovardhan Singh
  • KR.Manvendra Singh
  • KR.Mahaveer Singh
  • Bhanwar hanupratap

Connection to the Rashtrakutas

At Hathundi, in what was formerly the princely state of Jodhpur, 10th century inscriptions have been found mentioning kings Harivarma, Vidagdha, Mammata, Dhavala and Balaprasada, all of the Rashtrakuta dynasty. This is not in fact surprising, since the Rashtrakutas held sway over Marwar in that era. However, as we have seen above, the Rathores first emerge in Rajasthan shortly after that same era; therefore, there have been some recent efforts to impute to the Rathores and Rathod a connection with the Rashtrakutas. The connection is tenuous to say the least, being based mainly upon the similarity of the two names; it is accpted by historians as being possible. One can only await further research into this question.


Some prominent Rathores

  • Rao Maldeo Rathore
  • Rao Jodha
  • Rawat Kandhal
  • Durgadas Rathore
  • Amar Singh Rathore
  • Maharaja Jaswant Singh
  • Mohar Singh Rathore
  • Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
  • Karni Singh Rathore
  • Khet Singh Rathore
  • Lt. Col. Jodh Singh Banirot,SARDAR BAHADUR, O.B.I.(I class), of GHANGHU.
  • Th. Jagmal Singhji Rathore, RPS, recipient of Presidents Medal for Gallantry, son of Jodh Singhji Rathore
  • Lt.Gen Sagat Singh,PVSM Padma Bhushan
  • Om Prakash Rathor (IPS, DGP Chhatiesgarh, Former Adviser to UN, recipient of Presidents Medal for Gallantary & UN 21 Award)
  • Janmejay Rathore
  • Raja Amar singh [IPS] RATLAM,
  • Raja Raghuveer Singh Ji Ratlam
  • Maharaj Vikram Singh Ji Ratlam
  • M.k.Natwar Singh Of Ratlam
  • Maharaj Chanderveer Singh ji Ratlam
  • Maharaj Pushpender Singh Of Ratlam [stain glass artist]
  • Kr. Harshvardhan Singh Of Ratlam
  • Col Madho Singh of Mayapur, Nagaur
  • Major General NK Singh, VSM of Mayapur, Nagaur
  • Amar Singh .King of Tariyani Chapra,Bihar

Rao Maldeo Rathore was a suryavanshi Rajput of the Rathore clan (kula). ... Rao Jodha (1416-1484) was the son of Rao Ranmal (Ranamalla) of Mandore, a Rajput of the Rathore clan. ... Rawat Kandhal, a Rathore Rajput Brave uncle of Rao Bika, Maharaja the founder of Bikaner state in present day state of Rajasthan who always stood by him as his guardian. ... Durga Das Rathore Durgadas Rathore (13/Aug/1638 - 22/Nov/1718) is a famous personality in the annals of Marwar. ... A historical legendary character whose saga of bravery is sung around Agra region of India till date. ... Maharaja Jaswant Singh (1629-1680) was a ruler of Marwar in the present-day Indian state of Rajasthan. ... (A picture is worth 1000 words) Mohar Singh Rathore born 5th January 1926 atvillage Lakhau, District - Tehsil Churu,(चूरु) Rajasthan INDIA died 22 June 1985 as sitting Member Parliament of India Mohar Singh Rathore a social & Political worker born at Village Lakhau 15 Km East of Churu (चूरु) is described as Gandhi... Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (born January 29, 1970, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India) is an Indian shooter who won the first individual silver medal for the country in 2004 Summer Olympics. ... // Born: 1953 - Died: 2005 In Service Indian Army at Delhi Cantt. ...

References

  • Dr. Hukam Singh Bhati (1990), Maheca Rathaurom ka mula itihasa: Ravala Mallinatha ke vamsaja - Maheca, Baramera, Pokarana, Kotariya aura Khavariya Rathaurom ka sodhapurna itihasa. Publisher: Ratan Prakashan, Jodhpur.
  • Dr. Mahendra Singh Nagar (2004), The genealogical survey: Royal house of Marwar and other states. Publisher: Maharaja Man Singh Pustak Prakashan, Jodhpur.
  • Bruyne, J.L. DE. (Rudra Kavi). The Great Poem of the Dynasty of Rastraudha. Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1968.

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