Religion :
Hindu
Cast :
Rajput
DYNASTY :
Rathore
CLAN:
Jodha
Sub CLAN:
Ratansinhot
State :
Rajasthan
City :
Jalor
Tehsil :
Ahore

About Bhadrajoon

While the mythological history of Bhadrajun is traced to Arjuna who lived in the treta yuga, one of the four Hindu eras of Mahabharata; the history of Bhadrajun and the Marwar rulers of Jodhpur can only be traced from the 16th century. Several historic wars took place in Bhadrajun, initially against the Suri dynasty and later against the Mughal dynasty rulers. The earliest ruler who occupied Bhadrajun was Thakur Rattan Singh, fifth son of Rao Maldeo, the Maharaja of Jodhpur in 1549. It was a feudal land under the Jodhpur kingdom, which had ten land lords who were called Rajas or Thikanas, out of a total of 1,891 land lords. These ten Rajas were known as Sirayats in the State of "Jodhpur Marwar". They held high positions in the court of Jodhpur. The Bhadrajun feudatory was also one of the ten feudatories which received special privileges in the court. In the seating arrangement in the Jodhpur court, the Raja of Bhadrajun was always seated to the right of the king, since he belonged to the king’s lineage. Sixteen generations of Marwars ruled from Bhadrajun.

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Histroy Rajput

A Rajput (from Sanskrit raja-putra, “son of a king”) is a member of one of the patrilineal clans of western, central, northern India and some parts of Pakistan. They claim to be descendants of ruling Hindu warrior classes of North India. Rajputs rose to prominence during the 6th to 12th centuries. Until the 20th century, Rajputs ruled in the “overwhelming majority” of the princely states of Rajasthan and Surashtra, where the largest number of princely states were found.The Rajput population and the former Rajput states are found spread through much of the subcontinent, particularly in north, west and central India. Populations are found in Rajasthan, Saurashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Jammu, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar.

There are several major subdivisions of Rajputs, known as vansh or vamsha, the step below the super-division jati. These vansh delineate claimed descent from various sources, and the Rajput are generally considered to be divided into three primary vansh: Suryavanshi denotes descent from the solar deity Surya, Chandravanshi from the lunar deity Chandra, and Agnivanshi from the fire deity Agni. Lesser-noted vansh include Udayvanshi, Rajvanshi, and Rishivanshi. The histories of the various vanshs were later recorded in documents known as vanshaavaliis.

Beneath the vansh division are smaller and smaller subdivisions: kul, shakh (“branch”), khamp or khanp (“twig”), and nak (“twig tip”). Marriages within a kul are generally disallowed (with some flexibility for kul-mates of different gotra lineages). The kul serves as primary identity for many of the Rajput clans, and each kul is protected by a family goddess, the kuldevi.

Histroy Rathore

Rathores are a Suryavanshi Rajput clan. The clan traces its lineage back to Rama, the mythical hero of the Hindu epic Ramayana and through him back to the sun god Surya himself. Which is why the Rathores also call themselves Suryavanshi or family of the sun. The Rathores hail from the Marwar region of western Rajasthan and inhabit in the Idar state of Gujarat and also in Chhapra & Muzaffarpur district of Bihar in a very small number. From the story of the martial clan, the Rathores who ruled Marwar from Jodhpur till the merger of the Princely States with the Dominion of India in 1949, one must travel further back in time to the year 1194. It was in that year, thousands of miles away in eastern India that the Muslim invader, Shahabuddin Mohammed Ghori, defeated the mighty Jaichand of Kanauj. It was Jaichand's great-grandson, Sheoji, who rode out to Marwar in 1226, eager for fresh battlefields and glory all his own. And it is Sheoji's descendants who proudly bear the name, Rathore.

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About Kuldevi

Naagnechi Mata , Nagana ( Barmer )

Genealogy

The present incumbent, Raja Karanveer Singh Rathore (Jodha) is the 17th successor of Shri Ratan Singh Rathore, who was the fourth son of Maharaja Maldeo, the ruler of Marwar (Jodhpur).

SURYA
 
BRAMHA
 
Raja MARICH
 
KASHYAP
 
SURAJ BHAN
 
BEVAST MANU
 
IKVAKSHU
 
VIKUKSHI
 
PURANJAY
 
ANAINA
 
PRATHU
 
VRASHDASHAV
 
ANDHRA ( CHANDRA )
 
YUVNASHAV
 
SHAVAST
 
VRAHDASHAV
 
KUVLASHAV
 
DRADHASHAV
 
HARTHSHAV ( I )
 
NIKUMBH
 
SANHTASHAV
 
KRASHASHAV
 
PRASENJEET
 
YUVNASHAV
 
MAANDHATA
 
PURUKUTS
 
TRASDASYU
 
SAMBHUT
 
ANARNYA
 
TRASDASHVA
 
HARTHSHVA
 
VASUMAAN
 
JINDHNVA
 
JAYYARUNI
 
SATYAVRAT
 
Raja HARISH CHANDRA
 
ROHITASHV
 
HARIT
 
CHANCHU
 
VIJAY
 
RURUK
 
VRAK
 
BAAHU
 
SAGAR
 
ASMANJAS
 
ANSHUMAN
 
Raja DILIP
 
BHAGIRATH
 
SHRUT
 
NAABHAG
 
Raja AMBRISH
 
SINDHUDVIP
 
AYUTAYU
 
RITUPARN
 
SARVAKAAM
 
SUDAS
 
SOUDAS
 
ASHMAK
 
MULAK
 
DASHRATH ( I )
 
ADVID
 
VISHVA SAH
 
DILIP
 
RAGHU
 
AJJ
 
Raja DASHRATH (II)
 
SHRI RAM
 
LOVE
 
SHIV KUMAR
 
SINDHUTAS
 
SAINJEET
 
YOVNASHAV
 
MAANDHATA (II)
 
AMBEES
 
DHARMGAD
 
RUKMANGAND
 
MANKUTS
 
SOM SATYA
 
DEWAK
 
SATYA
 
PUNDREEK
 
HARNAAM
 
HARJAS
 
VRADHVAIN
 
DANDBAAN
 
AANBAAN
 
JAGBAAN
 
KHAMBHBAAN
 
SARBAAN
 
NEJBAAN
 
MAHABAAN
 
RATHBAAN
 
RAIBAAN
 
CHATRABAAN
 
AJAYBAAN
 
KUMBHBAAN
 
SARANGBAAN
 
KULSBAAN
 
KESIBAAN
 
MANKUTS
 
PARKUTS
 
Raja PARIKSHIT
 
SAHAS RAJ
 
KAPIL
 
KICHING
 
MADJHAR
 
CHAKANDH
 
DHEER DHUJ
 
ASH SEN
 
AGRA SEN
 
SOOR SEN
 
VEER SEN
 
AMB SEN
 
MAD SEN
 
SHIVAR SEN
 
VAR SEN
 
AAN SEN
 
MADH SEN
 
MAG SEN
 
NARAM SEN
 
BIRAM SEN
 
KAHI SEN
 
BRAHM SEN
 
ROOP SAMAND
 
RAVI SAMAND
 
SHIV SAMAND
 
BIDHAVANA
 
THARJAN
 
AMBGAT
 
HAR SAMAND
 
RAI SAMAND
 
SOM SAMAND
 
UG SAMAND
 
VEER SAMAND
 
NAR SAMAND
 
VIRAM SAMAND
 
NOOR SAMAND
 
SIN SAMAND
 
KANYA SAMAND
 
AKARSAMAND
 
SARSAMAND
 
MAHA SAMAND
 
PADAM SAMAND
 
RAT SOM
 
RAAI SOM
 
VEER SOM
 
SURATPAL
 
RUDRAPAL
 
BHARAT
 
CHANDRAPAL
 
SURAJPAL
 
INDRAPAL
 
Raja ABHAYPAL
 
DHARMPAL
 
GANGPAL
 
BHINVPAL
 
BHERPAL
 
RITHAKPAL
 
KAVALPAL
 
DHUNDHPAL
 
DATYAPAL
 
SAPATPAL
 
AJEYPAL
 
PADAM SADAM
 
SHAAN PADAM
 
MAHA PADAM
 
JAG PADAM
 
AKAR PADAM
 
SURAJ PADAM
 
PUT PADAM
 
SARANG PADAM
 
VEER PADAM
 
PADAM SEV
 
PRATHVI SEV
 
ARK SEV
 
SHIV SEV
 
PURN SEV
 
DUN SEV
 
DAND SEV
 
NGABH SEV
 
BAHEV SEV
 
ASAK SEV
 
PATHPRANT
 
MAHAPATH
 
SHYAMJEET
 
AKSHATJEET
 
AJAYJEET
 
VJAYJEET
 
RUGHBAHU
 
AJABJEET
 
SHANKARJEET
 
ROHJEET
 
CHANDRAJEET
 
INDRAJEET
 
SURAJJEET
 
SOMJEET
 
MAHIPATH
 
RUPOPATH
 
RAMPATH
 
TEJPATH
 
ROOPPATH
 
AMBHPATH
 
JASMAN
 
DVIJPAL
 
UDEYPAL
 
Raja MOOLDEV
 
MAHPATH
 
VARAMPATH
 
SIDDHPATH
 
KANYAPATH
 
ASPATH
 
SHIVPATH
 
SOMPATH
 
DHUMPATH
 
NEEMPATH
 
GANGPATH
 
VAHPATH
 
ASMAANPATH
 
SADRAPATH
 
INDRAPATH
 
CHANDRAPATH
 
RUDRAPATH
 
SURAKPATH
 
DIYAPATH
 
SHUKYAPATH
 
SAKALPATH
 
NAGPATH
 
VRADHBAL
 
MANSOM
 
MAAN DHOL
 
CHITRA BHRAM
 
DHARMRAJ
 
GAHVAAR
 
RAJDHARM
 
BARDHVAJ
 
BINDBAL
 
JAY SAMAND
 
NAR SAMAND
 
AMBRISH
 
ASATBHAN
 
TAKHAT
 
TANG
 
ROHITAS