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ریاست جودھ پور

Jodhpur state

Rao Chandrasen of Marwar, the last independent ruler of Marwar
دور: 1226ء توں 1949ء
رقبہ: 93,424 کلومیٹر2
مذہب : ہندو مت
زبان : مارواڑی زبان

ریاست جودھ پور (Jodhpur State) برطانوی راج دے دوران راجپوتاݨہ ایجنسی اچ ہک نوابی ریاست ہئی۔

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1 Rao Siha He conquered Pali and became the first rao of the Rathore dynasty in Marwar. He died in the battle of Lakha Jhawar (1273) against Ghaus ud-din Balban. 1226 1273

2 Rao Asthan Conquered Kher from the Gohils and Idar from the Bhils. He died in battle against Jalaludin Khilji. Both he and his brother Rao Sonag conquered Idar and began the kingdom of Idar. 1273 1292

3 Rao Doohad He conquered more than 140 villages. He was killed in battle against the Parihars. 1292 1309

4 Rao Raipal He avenged his father by killing the ruler of the Parihars. During a famine in Marwar he distributed his own personal grains to the people. 1309 1313

5 Rao Kanhapal He suffered raids from the Turko-Afgan tribes and was killed in action defending his lands. 1313 1323

6 Rao Jalansi He defeated the Sodhas. He took the turban of the Sodha chief to mark his supremacy in the region. 1323 1328

7 Rao Chado 1328 1344

8 Rao Tida He was killed in battle against the sultan of Delhi. 1344 1357 Rao Kanhadev 1357 1374 Rao Salkha 1374 ?

9 Rao VIkramdev ? 1383

11 Rao Chunda He successfully defended Mandore from the Turks in 1396. He further conquered the areas of Nagaur, Sambhar, Khatu, Nadol and Ajmer from the Tughlaq Empire. Was killed in battle against Khidar Khan of Multhan. 1383 1428

12 Rao Kanha Fought battles with his brothers. Died young in Mandore. 1428 1428

13 Rao Ranmal He consolidated his rule with the help of the Sisodias of Mewar. He was later assassinated on the orders of Rana Kumbha. 1428 1438

14 Maharaja Abhai Singh Defeated Sarbuland Khan and occupied all of Gujarat for a short time. He helped his brother Anand Singh to conquer Idar, in which the current Idar family traces descent to him. 24 June 1724 18 June 1749

15 Maharaja Ram Singh First reign 18 June 1749 July 1751

16 Maharaja Bakht Singh He was the general of the Marwari forces against Sarbuland Khan and defeated him. In the Battle of Gangwana he defeated a combined army of Kachwahas and Mughal reinforcements . July 1751 21 September 1752

17 Maharaja Vijay Singh First reign 21 September 1752 31 January 1753

18 Maharaja Ram Singh Second reign 31 January 1753 September 1772

19 Maharaja Vijay Singh Second reign – Was defeated by Mahadji Scindia and forced to surrender the fort and city of Ajmer. September 1772 17 July 1793

20 Maharaja Bhim Singh 17 July 1793 19 October 1803

21 Maharaja Man Singh Entered into treaty relations with the British on 6 January 1818. 19 October 1803 4 September 1843

22 Maharaja Sir Takht Singh Not in the direct line, but a great-great-great grandson of Ajit Singh. Formerly from Ahmednagar. 4 September 1843 13 February 1873

23 Maharaja Sir Jaswant Singh II Kaisar-i-Hind 13 February 1873 11 October 1895

24 Maharaja Sir Sardar Singh Colonel in the British Indian Army 11 October 1895 20 March 1911

25 Maharaja Sir Sumer Singh Colonel in the British Indian Army 20 March 1911 3 October 1918

26 Maharaja Sir Umaid Singh Lieutenant-General in the British Indian Army 3 October 1918 9 June 1947

27 Maharaja Sir Hanwant Singh Ruler of Marwar (Jodhpur) until accession to the Union of India in 1949; died on 26 January 1952 9 June 1947 7 April 1949

28 (titular) Maharaja Gaj Singh II of Jodhpur Became head of the House on 26 January 1952 26 January 1952 Present

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