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JODHPUR (MARWAR)

Indianer Lizenzgebuhren

JODHPUR (Princely State)

(17 gun salute)

AREA: 93,424 km2

PRIVY PURSE: 17.5 Lac Rs

ACCESSION: 7th April 1949

STATE: Rajasthan 

DYNASTY: Rathore (Jodha clan)

RELIGION: Hindu  

CAPITAL: Jodhpur

POPULATION: 2,125,000 (1931)

REVENUE: xxRs

FAMILY MOTTO: xx



PRESENT RULER: HH Raj Rajeshwar Saramad-i-Rajha-i-Hindustan Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri GAJ SINGHJI II Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Jodhpur since 26th January 1952. (Hotel Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India). (#1)
born 13th January 1948 in Jodhpur, educated at Cothhill House, Eton College and Christ Church Oxford, graduated in 1970 B.A. (Hons) in Politics, Philosophy and Economics. Founder and creator of a number of Philanthropic Institutions and Charitable Trusts associated with Education, Religion, Social Welfare, Medical Care and Rehabilitation of Military personnel. Chief Patron & President of Chopasani School, Jodhpur. Patron & Vice President of Mayo College, Ajmer (General Council & Governing Body). Honorary Member of Rotary International. President of Jodhpur Nagrik Association. Honorary Member of Jodhpur Jaycees. Served as Indian High Commssioner, concurrently accredited to Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Grenada, Dominica, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and as Commissioner to Antigua, St. Kitts, Montsarrat, Cayman Islands & Turks & Caicos Islands 1978/1980; married 19th February 1973 at Dehra Dun, HH Maharani Hemlata Rajye, daughter of Raja Shiv Ratan Dev Singh of Poonch, and his wife, Rani Nalini Rajya Lakshmi Devi, daughter of HM King Tribhuvan of Nepal, and has issue, one son and one daughter.
  • Baiji Lal Sahiba Maharajkumari Shivranjini Kumari, born 22nd August 1974 in Jodhpur. 
  • Yuvraj Sahib Maharajkumar Shivraj Singhji, born 30th September 1975, married 18th November 2010 in Jaipur, to Yuvarani Gayatri Kumari, daughter of Rajwar Bhanuraj Pal, Thakur Sahib of Askote. (Photo)

PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: Marwar (literally meaning 'Land of Death') is an ancient state that was founded about 1226 with its capital at Mandore (native place of Princess Mandodari, senior wife of King Ravana of Lanka). The new capital of Jodhpur was founded about 1450 and Marwar was later renamed after the capital. The Maharaja maintained a military force of 3162 cavalry, 3653 infantry, and 121 guns, and was entitled to a salute of 21 guns (including 4 guns personal) (as of 1892). Rulers were...

  • Rao SHEOJI, Rao of Pali 1226/1273, grandson of Raja Jaichand of Kannauj, he entered the country of Pali which then belonged to the Palliwal Brahmins and helped them subdue the Mairs and Minas who were harassing the district; later in 1226 he turned on the Brahmin Jagirdars and drove them from the district and became master of Pali; he assumed the title of Rao at that time as well; married (amongst others), Rani Solankiji, and had issue. He died 1273.
    • Rao Asthanji (qv)
    • Rao Sonamji, ancestor of the Rulers of Idar from about 1257.
    • Rao Uja, ancestor of the Badhail clan.
  • Rao ASTHANJI, Rao of Kher 1273/1292, he conquered the land of Kher from the Gohil rajputs, married and had issue. 
    • Rao Doohad (qv)
    • Rao Jopsi
    • Rao Khimpsao
    • Rao Bhupsu
    • Rao Dhandul
    • Rao Jaitmal
    • Rao Bandur
    • Rao Uhur 
  • Rao DOOHADJI, Rao of Kher 1292/1309, he vied with Rao Sindhal for control of Marwar 1291/1309; married and had issue.
    • Rao Raipalji (qv)
    • Rao Kirat Pal
    • Rao Behar
    • Rao Pital
    • Rao Jugail
    • Rao Dalu
    • Rao Begar
  • Rao RAIPALJI, Rao of Kher 1309/1313
  • Rao KANHAPALJI, Rao of Kher 1313/1323
  • Rao JALANSIJI, Rao of Kher 1323/1328 
  • Rao CHADOJI, Rao of Kher 1328/1344
  • Rao TIDAJI, Rao of Kher 1344/1357, married and had issue. 
    • Rao Kanha Dev (qv) 
    • Rao Salkha, he vied with his brother for control of Marwar 1357/1374, married and had issue, four sons, the Bhumias of the Silkawat clan. 
      • Rao Mallinathji of Malani, founder of the Mahecha clan, ancestor of the Thakurs of Jasol, married (amongst others), Rani Rupa Devji, and had issue. 
        • Rao Jagmal of Malani, married and had issue. 
          • Rao Lunka of Malani, married and had issue. 
            • Rawal Khet Singh of Barmer, married and had issue. 
              • Rawal Vijay Singh of Barmer, married and had issue. 
                • Rawal Panchraj Singh of Barmer, married and had issue. 
                  • Rawal Dhanraj Singh of Barmer, married and had issue. 
                    • Thakur Man Singh, he was granted the thikana of Indroi. 
      • Rao Jait Mal, ancestor of the Jaitmalot clan, including the Thakurs of Banol, Kelwa and Gurhamalani, married and had issue. 
        • Rani Phool Kanwar, married (as his first wife), Raja Sarangdev of Ranakpur, and had issue. 
      • Rao Viram Dev (qv) 
      • Rao Shobhit, he took revenge for the murder of his brother, Rao Viramdev, and sufferd death in the ensuing war; he was the ancester of the Sohar Rathore clan, founder of Soharawati, holding possession of 84 estates, later taken over by the descendants Rao Viramdev, for the establishment of Jodhpur, including the Thakurs of Sohara, Melana, Fort Siwana (1426 to 1515), and Madla.
  • Rao KANHA DEVJI, Rao of Kher 1357/1374

  • Rao VIRAM DEVJI, Rao of Kher 1374/1383, married and had issue. 
    • Rao Chandaji (qv) 
    • Rao Bijay, ancestor of the Bijawat clan.
  • Rao CHANDAJI, Rao of Kher 1383/1395 and Rao of Mandore 1395/1424, he conquered Mandore from the Parihar rajputs in 1395 and moved his capital there from Pali; afterwards he conquered Nagore, Nandole and many other places; married and had issue, 14 sons. He died 1424. 
    • Rao Ranmalji (qv) 
    • Rao Sataji (qv) 
    • Rao Kanhaji (qv) 
    • Rao Bhim, married and had issue. 
      • Rao Abhai, Bhayat of Jodhpur, went to Gujarat in 1445 and became the ancestor of the Talukdars of Vanod. 
    • Maharani Hansa Devi, married Maharana Lakhaji of Udaipur (Mewar).
  • Rao KANHAJI, Rao of Mandore 1424/1427 died 1427. 
Rao SATAJI, Rao of Mandore 1424/1427 (in rebellion)
  • Rao RANMAL [Ranmalla], Rao of Mandore 1427/1438, married (amongst others), Rani Akher Kunwarba Sahiba of Dhrangadhra, and had issue, 24 sons. He died 1438. 
    • Rao Akhairaj,married and had issue. 
      • Rao Maharaj, married and had issue. 
        • Rao Kumpa, ancestor of the Kumpawats, including the Thakur of Bagri and Chandawal, as well as the families of Sirriari, Bajoria, Dewureo, Kharla, Hursore, Ballu, and Surpura; he married and had issue. He died 5th January 1544. 
          • Rao Ishwar Das, he was granted the estate of Harsor; married Thakurani Balechiji Chauhaniji, and had issue, three sons. 
            • Thakur Chand Singh, succeeded in Harsor in 1562 and established Chandawal village; he was confirmed in his possession of Chandawal and Harsor in 1595 by Maharaja Soor Singh of Marwar; married and had issue, eight sons (see Chandawal). 
            • Kunwar Hathi Singh 
            • Kunwar Jagmal 
          • Rao Udai Singh of Ranawas, married and had issue. He died 1567. 
            • Thakur Narain Das of Ranawas, married and had issue. 
              • Thakur Lakshmi Das, he was granted the estate of Chelawas by Raja Soor Singh [Suraj Mal] of Mewar in 1595; married and had issue (see Chelawas). He died 1611. 
            • Thakur Bairisal, he was granted the estate of Busi in 1592 by Maharana Amar Singh of Udaipur; married and had issue (see Busi). 
            • Thakur Sanwal Das, married and had issue. 
              • Thakur Ugrasen, married and had issue. 
                • Thakur Mahkaran, married and had issue. 
                  • Thakur Sardar Singh, he was granted the estate of Siwas in 1708 by Maharaja Ajit Singh of Marwar; married and had issue (see Siwas). 
          • Rao Mahesh Das, married and had issue. He died 1576. 
            • Thakur Sadul Singh of Kherwa, married and had issue. He died 1583. 
              • Thakur Jaswant Singh, married and had issue (see Kantalia). He died 1623. 
            • Thakur Aas Karan, he was granted the estate of Digai in 1616; married and had issue. 
              • Thakur Amar Singh, he seized control of Siriyari from the Solanki Rajputs in 1635; married and had issue (see Siriyari). 
          • Rao Mandan, he was granted the estate of Asope [One of the Eight Sirayats - Premiere Nobles of Marwar], married and had issue (see Asope). He died 1593. 
          • Rao Trilok Das, married and had issue. 
            • Thakur Bhim Singh, he was granted Dhanla, a small estate of 5 villages with a revenue of Rs. 5000/-; married and had issue (see Dhanla). He died 1615 in a battle with Maharaja Kishan Singh of Kishangarh. 
    • Rao Kandhalji, 1st Rawat Saheb of Rawatsar, he led half the Marwar forces and recovered Merta from Mewar; he was granted the title of Rawat by Rao Jodha; he accompanied his nephew, Rao Bikaji, and together they conquered Jangaldesh and established Bikaner; married and had issue, descendants in Bikaner. He died at Sahwa of wounds sustained in the battle with Sultan Sarang Khan at Hissar Fort. 
      • Rao Bagh of Rawatsar. He died vp in a battle with the forces of Sultan Bahlol Lodi. 
        • Rao Banirji, he was installed as the second Rawat of Rawatsar on his grandfather's death, however the seat was usurped by his uncle and he was forced to flee, later he established his own estate around 1500, the Rao Sahebs of Ghanghu; the head seat of the Kandhalot subclan, married and had issue. 
      • Rawat Lakhdir Singh, 2nd Rawat of Rawatsar, on his father's death, he usurped the Gaddi of Rawatsar from his nephew, married and had issue (see Rawatsar). 
      • Generation 
        • Rao Barsal of Chhapar-Dronpur. he was expelled by Kunwar Bida, however he recovered his jagir with the help of his uncle Kunwar Bagh, but after his uncle's death, he was expelled by Rao Bika and the estate given to Kunwar Bida. 
        • Kunwar Narbad 
      • Kunwar Rajsi 
      • Kunwar Nimba 
      • Kunwar Sura 
    • Rao Champaji of Kaparda 1416/1466, he was granted in jagir, the village of Kaaparda in Jodhpur, married and had issue, the Champawat Rathores, including the Thakurs of Peelwa, Kaparda, Ransigaon, Balotra, Haryadhana, Daspan, Pokhran [One of the Eight Sirayats - Premiere Nobles of Marwar], Auwa [One of the Eight Sirayats - Premiere Nobles of Marwar], Palri, Rohet, Singari, Dhandiyan, Bajekan-Dhingsara, Hursola, Sutlana, Jawula and Kaatoh. 
      • Kunwar Shankar Dasji 
      • Rao Bhairav Dasji (second son) [Rao Bheru Das] [Thakur Bhairon Singh] of Kaparda 1466/1520, married and had issue, eleven sons. 
        • Rao Jaisoji of Kaparda (fourth son), he was granted the estate of Ransigaon, married and had issue, twelve sons. 
          • Rao Mandanji of Ransigaon (eldest son), married and had issue, six sons. 
            • Rao Gopaldasji of Ransigaon (third son), married and had issue, eight sons. He died 1606. 
              • Rao Vitthaldasji (eldest son), he was granted the estate of Rinsi in 1627 by Maharaja Gaj Singh; married and had issue, thirteen sons, their descendants are known as Vitthal Dasot Chanpawats (see Rinsi). 
              • Thakur Dalpat Singh (youngest son), born 1596, he was granted Rohet with 84 villages in 1622, by Maharaja Gaj Singh I of Jodhpur, married and had issue (see Rohet). He died 1665 in Rohet. 
          • Thakur Jagmal, married and had issue. 
            • Thakur Sanwal Das, ancestor of the Thakurs of Kasari, Sukhbasni, Daholi Mithi and Tatarwa, all in in Nagor Pargana, Jodhpur. 
        • Thakur Bhim Raj (seventh son), born 1483, he was granted the estate of Binasar; married and had issue. 
          • Thakur Mahesh Das, Thakur of Binasar; married and had issue. 
            • Thakur Jaswant Singh, Thakur of Binasar, married and had issue. 
              • Thakur Raimal, Thakur of Binasar, married and had issue. 
                • Thakur Arjun Singh, he was granted the estate of Sinla in Jaitaran Pargana, Jodhpur (1 village, Rs 2500), he accompanied other Rathore nobles to Marwar when they left Maharaja Abhai Singh in Mathura in 1724; married and had issue, one son. 
                  • Thakur Shyam Singh, Thakur of Sinla, died sp. 
                • Thakur Fateh Singh, Thakur of Sinla, he succeeded his nephew in Sinla; married and had issue. 
                  • Thakur Hathi Singh, he was granted the estate of Titoi in Idar. 
        • Thakur Ram Singh (ninth son), born 1485, he was granted the estate of Lodrau; married and had issue, one son (see Lodrau). He died 1561 in the battle of Merta. 
      • Kunwar Sagat Singhji 
      • Kunwar Ratan Singhji 
      • Kunwar Panchayanji 
      • Kunwar Bhojrajji 
      • Kunwar Jagmalji 
      • Kunwar Banveerji 
    • Rao Jodhaji (fourth son) (qv) 
    • Rao Bhakarji, founder of the family of Aluva. 
    • Kunwar Adakmalji 
    • Rao Mandloji, founder of the family of Sarunda. 
    • Kunwar Mandoji 
    • Rao Viroji 
    • Rao Lakhoji 
    • Kunwar Jagmalji 
    • Rao Patoji, founder of the Patawat family of Barah and Desnokh. 
    • Rao Roopaji, founder of the Rupawat family of Chutila. 
    • Kunwar Dungarji 
    • Kunwar Udekaranji 
    • Kunwar Goyand Dasji 
    • Kunwar Bhojrajji 
    • Kunwar Moolji 
    • Kunwar Hapoji 
    • Kunwar Karanji, founder of the Karnot family of Lunawas. 
    • Kunwar Nathuji, had descendants in Bikaner. 
    • Kunwar Jeenmanji 
    • Kunwar Sayarji 
    • Kunwar Sujaji
  • Rao JODHA, Rao of Jodhpur 1438/1488, born 1415 at Dunlo, he conquered Sojat in 1455, and in 1459, he laid the foundation of the city of Jodhpur (named after himself) and which he made his capital; married (amongst others), a daughter of Raja Kheema Santawat of the Sonigra Chauhan clan of Jalore, and had issue, fourteen sons. He died 1488. 
    • Rao Nibo, eldest son, dvpsp. 
    • Rao Satalji (qv) 
    • Rao Sujaji (qv) 
    • Rao Bar (by Rani Chauhaniji), he was granted watan jagir (principality) of Merta in 1461, which was captured by Badshah of Mandu; he married and had issue, the Barsinghot Rathore clan. 
      • Kunwar Sinhaji, married and had issue, the rulers of Jhabua
      • Kunwar Askaranji, married and had issue, the rulers of Kushalgarh Chiefship (earlier vassal of Pratapgarh State) in Rajasthan.
    • Rao Dudaji (by Rani Chauhaniji), 4th son, born 15th June 1440 at Mandaur, he reestablished Rathore principality at Merta by defeating the Badshah of Mandu, which was confirmed as his Watan Jagir (principality) by Mughal Emperor of Delhi; he became ancestor of the Mertia Rathore clan, including the Thakurs of Rian and Bijathal, married two Princesses and had issue, five sons. He died 1515. 
      • Rao Viram Deoji, Rao of Merta 1515/1544, married (amongst others), Rani Gorajiya Kunwar, daughter of Maharana Raimalji of Mewar, and had issue. He died 1544.
        • Rao Jaimal, Rao of Merta, eldest son, born 1507, married (amongst others), a Solanki princess, and had issue, fourteen sons, including the Thakurs of Badnore, Bhawnta, Loonwa, Sargoth, Panchota, Panchwa, etc. He died 1568.
          • Rao Govind Das, Rao of Bhanwata and Liliya; died in battle of Beed along with his brother Keshavdas.
            • Rao Jagannath of Sarnawda, Single Tazim estate of 3.75 villages in Nagaur District, Kurab Banh, Revenue 10,600Rs.
            • Rao Sanwal Das of Punlota, married secondly, Rani Kesar Kanwar, daughter of Rajawat Adhiraj Sahib of Bagru Garh in Jaipur, sister of Padam Singh Chatrabhujot, an officer of distinction in the Imperial army of Mughal Emperor Shahjahan. He had issue, two sons.
              • Kunwar Shyamji
              • Maharaja Raghunath Singh, Maharaja of Maroth 1660/1683, married to 5 "Queens", including (b), Maharani Ladkhani Baisa, daughter of Thakur Madho Singh of Rewasa, and had issue, eight sons.
                • Kunwar Roop Singh, received jagir of Sibsagar in Assam from Emperor Aurangzeb. (by 1st Rani)
                • Maharaj Sabal Singh, Raja of Minda (Mahal) (by Ladkhani Rani)
                  • Kunwar Bairisal Singh
                  • Kunwar Inder Singh of Narayanpura.
                • Maharaj Bijay Singh, Raja of Jiliya (Mahal) (by Ladkhani Rani)
                • Thakur Sher Singh, received jagir of Loonwa (Mahal)(by 3rd Rani)
                • Thakur Hutti Singh, received jagir of Panchota (Mahal)(by 4th Rani)
                • Thakur Anand Singh, received jagir of Panchwa (Mahal)(by 5th Rani)
                • Kunwar Kishor Singh, married Kunwarani Hadiji, and had issue. (by 4th Rani)
                  • Kunwar Jalam Singh of Kuchaman, ancestor of the Thakurs of Shyamgarh, Bhagwanpura, Meethari.
                • Thakur Amar Singh, received jagir of Deoli. (by 3rd Rani)
            • Rao Nahar Khan
            • Rao Sundardas
            • Rao Bhagwandas
            • Rao Natha (Nathu), founder of Nathusinghot subclan.
            • Rao Balram
        • Thakur Jagmal, ancestor of the Jagmalot clan, married and had issue. 
          • Thakur Hanwant Singh of Masuda
          • Thakur Lad Singh of Bagsuri. 
          • Rani Hansa Kumari, married Raja Raisal Darbari, Raja of Khandela, son of Rao Suja of Amarsar, and had issue. 
        • Thakur Pratap Singhji I (by Rani Gorajiya Kunwar), he was granted the Thikana of Ghanerao in 1552 [One of the eight sirayats - premiere nobles of Marwar]; married and had issue. He died 1568.
        • Thakur Chanda, 4th son, born 1517, he was granted the thikana of Balunda in about 1550. He died 1586. 
      • Rao Ratan Singh, Thakur of Kudki Thikana of 12 villages, (4th son), married and had issue, one daughter. 
        • Kumari Meera Bai, born circa 1498, married circa 1516, Yuvaraj Bhojraj Singh of Mewar, died sp 1526. She died circa 1547. 
    • Rao Bika, 5th son, died 1504. Founder of Bikaner
    • Rao Karamsi, ancestor of the Karamsot clan, including the Thakur of Khimsar. He died 31st March 1526 in the battle of Dhonsi. 
    • Rao Biharmal, founder of the family of Bai Bhilara. 
    • Rao Shivraj, founder of the family of Dhunara. 
    • Rao Raimal 
    • Rao Samatsi, founder of the family of Dawara. 
    • Rao Bida, founder of the Bidawat clan, including the Thakurs of Bidasar, Chadwas, Charla etc.; he accompanied his brother, Rao Bika, and helped him establish his own kingdom of Bikaner; he established an independent state of Bidawati (after his name); married and had issue. 
      • Rao Udaikaran Singh, he was granted the estate of Dronapur, from which he was expelled in 1526 by Rao Jetsiji of Bikaner, it later came into the possession of the descendants of his brother, Thakur Sansar Chandra of Padihara; married and had issue. 
      • Thakur Sansar Chandra, he was granted the estate of Padihara; married and had issue. 
        • Thakur Sanga Singh, Thakur Sahib of Padihara 1529/1544, he participated in various expeditions with Maharaja Lunkaran of Bikaner; married and had issue. 
          • Thakur Gopal Das, Thakur Sahib of Padihara 1544/1609, he divide his estate between his three sons; married and had issue. 
            • Thakur Jaswant Singh, succeeded to Dronapur. 
            • Thakur Tej Singh, he was granted the estate of Chadwas. 
            • Thakur Kesho Das, he was granted the estate of Bidasar, and succeeded his father as per his last wish, for the valour shown by him in battlefield.
    • Rao Banhar 
    • Rao Gama 
    • Baisa Bir Kanwar [Rani Sringar Devi of Mewar], married (as his fourth wife), Maharana Raimal Singh, 7th Maharana of Mewar
    • Baisa Brajbai [Rani Brajbai of Mewar], married (as his third wife), Maharana Sangram Singh I, 8th Maharana of Mewar.
  • Rao SATALJI, Rao of Jodhpur 1488/1491, founder of the family of Satalmer. He died 1491. 
  • Rao SUJAJI [SURAJ MAL], Rao of Jodhpur 1491/1515, born 1439, married and had issue. He died 1515. 
    • Rao Bagha, married and had issue. He died vp before 1515. 
      • Rao Biram, eldest son.
      • Rao Ganga (qv) 
      • Rani Dhan Kunwar, married Maharana Sangram Singhji I of Mewar
      • Rani Ratan Kunwari, married Rao Suja Singh of Amarsar, and had issue. 
    • Rao Udaji, born 1462, founder of the Udawat clan, including the Thakurs of Neemaj, Jaitaran, Gundoj, Biratia and Raipur, married and had issue, eleven sons. 
    • Rao Saga, ancestor of the Sagawat clan of Burwa. He died 1516. 
    • Rao Priag 
    • Rao Viram Deo, married and had issue. 
      • Rao Naru 
  • Rao GANGA, Rao of Jodhpur 1515/1532, married (amongst others), Rani Padmavati of Sirohi, and had issue. He died 1532. 
    • Rao Maldevji (son of the Sirohi Rani) (qv)
  • Rao MALDEV, Rao of Jodhpur 1532/1562, married (amongst others), (a) Rani Uma Devi, daughter of Rawal Lunkaranji of Jaisalmer, married (b), a daughter of Raj Jait Singh I of Delwara, married (c), Rani Pran Kunwarba Sahiba of Dhrangadhra, and had issue. Ancestor of the Thakur of Patodi. He attacked his cousins - the rulers of Merta, Bikaner, etc and they got Jodhpur sacked by Mughal Emperor Shershah Suri of Delhi. He died 7th November 1562. 
    • Rao Ram Rai (eldest son), married the daughter of Maharana Udai Singhji of Mewar, and had issue, the Raos of Amjhera. 
      • Kunwar Kesho Das 
      • Kunwar Kalla Singh (by the Mewari Rani), co-Ruler of Sirohi
    • Rao Chandrasen (3rd son) (qv) 
    • Rao Raimal 
    • Raja Udai Singhji I (qv) 
    • Kunwar Askaran Singh, ancestor of the Junian family. 
    • Kunwar Gopal Das 
    • Kunwar Prithvi Raj, ancestor of the Jalore family. 
    • Kunwar Ratan Singh, married and had issue. 
      • Kunwar Mukund Das, he was granted the jagir of Bhadrajun in 1596 [One of the Eight Sirayats - Premiere Nobles of Marwar], and was ancestor of the Bhadrajun family. 
    • Kunwar Bhai Raj, ancestor of the Ahari family. 
    • Kunwar Bikramajit 
    • Kunwar Bhan Singh 
    • Rani Hansa Bai, married Rao Lunkaranji of Amarsar, and had issue. 
    • Kumari Rukma Bai (by Tipu, a concubine), married Padshah Akbar, Emperor of Delhi
    • (four other daughters married into the Mughal family of Delhi)
  • Rao CHANDRASEN, Rao of Jodhpur 1562/1581, married and had issue. He died January 1581. 
    • Raja Rai Singhji I (qv) 
    • Kunwar Askaran Singh 
      • Thakur Agar Sen, founder of the Bhinai family, married and had issue. 
        • Thakur Karan Singh, married and had issue. 
          • Thakur Shyam Singh of Bhinai.
          • Thakur Girdhar Singh of Santola. 
        • Kunwar Kanji Singh 
        • Kunwar Kahan Singh 
    • Baisa (name unknown), married Maharana Udai Singhji of Mewar (Udaipur).
    • Baisa (name unknown), married Padshah Akbar, Emperor of Delhi.
Raja RAI SINGH I, Rao of Jodhpur 1581/1583 (in rebellion?)
  • Raja UDAI SINGH, Raja of Jodhpur 1583/1595, born 1539, married and had issue, 17 sons and 17 daughters. He died 1595. 
    • Sawai Raja Suraj Singhji (qv) 
    • Rajkumar Prithvi Raj, ancestor of the Prithvirajot clan, (Boraita, Baori, Barwet, Raipuria, Gehandi). 
    • Rajkumar Shakti Singh [Sakat Singh], founder of the Sakatsinghot clan of Raghunathpura and Nalu (in Kishangarh) and Kharwa in Jodhpur. 
    • Rajkumar Bhupat Singh, he left Jodhpur with his brother, Kishan Singh, and was granted an estate of five villages and was founder of the Bhuptot clan of Naraina, Pandarwara, Bhadoon and Kherian in Kishangarh. 
    • Raja Kishan Singh, born 1575, married and had issue, founder of Kishangarh Princely State. He died 1615. 
    • Rao Dalpat Singhji (fourth son), he was granted the Pargana of Pisangan in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan by his father, married a sister of Raja Man Singh of Amber, and had issue. 
      • Thakur Mahesh Dasji, succeeded to his fathers estate and was ancestor of the Rulers of Sailana and Sitamau, he rendered meritorious service to the Padshah of Delhi for which he was granted the estates of Titrod and Jalore in Marwar (the latter became his capital), he married Kunwarani Kusum Kanwar of Jhalai (?daughter of Rajkumar Jhujhar Singh, younger son of Mirza Raja Man Singhji I Bahadur of Amber), and had issue. He died 1607 in Lahore (#1)
        • Maharaja Ratan Singh, founder of Ratlam
        • Thakur Fateh Singh, 1st Thakur Sahib of Kod 1686/-, married and had issue, the Fatehsinghot clan of the Rathore Dynasty, including the Thakurs of Bidwal, Pachlana, Sarsi and Umarkot. 
          • Thakur Amar Singh, he was granted the thikana of Sarsi, married and had issue (see Sarsi). 
          • Thakur Akshay Singh, he was granted the thikana of Pachlana in Malwa-Gwalior, married and had issue (see Pachlana). 
          • Thakur Hari Singhji, married and had issue. 
            • Thakur Indra Singhji, he was the founder of Sarangi Thikana, married and had issue (see Sarangi). 
      • Kunwar Jaswant Singh 
      • Kunwar Pratap Singh 
      • Kunwar Kuniram Singh 
    • Rajkumar Jait Singh, married and had issue. 
      • Kunwar Hur Singh 
      • Kunwar Umra Singh 
      • Kunwar Kanni Ram 
      • Kunwar Praim Raj, ancestor of the Khairwa family. 
    • Rajkumari Man Bai (renamed Taj Bibi but better known as Jodha Bai), married 1588, Shahzada Salim (later Padshah Jahangir, Emperor of Delhi), born 1569, died 1627. She died 1603. 
    • Rajkumar Akhairaj Singh 
    • Rajkumar Bhagwan Das, married and had issue. 
      • Kunwar Govind Das, founder of Govindgarh.
      • Kunwar Gopal Das 
      • Kunwar Kesho Das [Kesri Singh] of Pisangan
      • Kunwar Nurur Das 
      • Kunwar Jaswant Singh, ancestor of the Manpura family.
      • Kunwar Ram Das 
      • Kunwar Puran Mal 
      • Kunwar Madho Das 
      • Kunwar Mohan Das 
      • Kunwar Kirat Singh
  • Sawai Raja SURAJ SINGH, Raja of Jodhpur 1595/1619 , married and had issue, six sons and seven daughters. He died 1619. 
    • Maharaja Gaj Singhji I (qv) 
    • Rajkumar Sabal Singh 
    • Rajkumar Viram Deo 
    • Rajkumar Bijai Singh 
    • Rajkumar Pratap Singh 
    • Rajkumar Jaswant Singh 
    • Rani Satybhamajiba Sahiba, married (as his 2nd wife), Raj Sahib Chandrasinhji Raisinhji of Dhrangadhra.
  • Maharaja GAJ SINGH I, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1619/1638, born at Lahore, married (amongst others), daughter of Rawal Manohar Das of Jaisalmer, and had issue. He died 1638.
    • Rao Amar Singh, older son but was declared unfit to rule, married (a), a Princess of Bundi, married (b), Rani Ladi Kanwar, daughter of Kunwar Kushal Singh of Amarsar, committed sati in July 1644, married (c), 1633, daughter of Raja Dwarka Das of Khandela, and had issue. He died 26th July 1644. 
      • Rao Rai Singh, married a daughter of Thakur Todarmal Shekhawat, and had issue. 
        • Rao Inder Singh, married and had issue. He died 1680. 
          • Rao Mokham Singh of Nagaur/Nagore. 
        • Rao Hati Singh, married and had issue. 
          • Rao Anup Singh, married and had issue. 
    • Maharaja Jashwant Singh I (qv) 
    • Maharajkumar Achil Singh, died young.
  • Maharaja JASWANT SINGH I, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1638/1678 (son of a Mewari Princess), born 24th December 1626, installed on the gaddi on 25th May 1638, married (amongst others) (a), 1649 Maharani Jasma De of Khandela, married (b), Maharani Janak Kumari of Khandela, married (c) in 1715 samvat, Maharani Anand Kunwar, daughter of Maharao Akherajji II of Sirohi, and his third wife, Rani Mevashi Ji, and had issue. He died 28th November 1678 in Kabul, poisoned on orders of Padshah Aurangzeb as he fought against him in the war of succession and Jodhpur was sacked. 
    • Maharajkumar Prithvi Singh (by Janak Kumari), died of measles vpsp 8th May 1667. 
    • Maharaja Ajit Singh (by Jadam, a junior wife) (qv) 
    • Maharajkumar Jagat Singh, died vpsp 1676. 
    • Maharajkumar Dalthamman Singh (by Naruki, a junior wife), born (posthumously) 19th February 1679, died sp young.
INTERREGNUM: Confiscated by Badshah Aurangzeb of Delhi (
1678-1707 AD)
  • Maharaja AJIT SINGH, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1707/1724, born (posthumously) 19th February 1679, not crowned until 1706, married several wives including (a), a daughter of Kunwar Gaj Singh of Mewar, married (b), Maharani Kalyan Kunwari of Devlia, married (c), Maharani Anup Kunwari, daughter of Maharawat Prithvi Singh of Pratapgarh, married (d), 1719, Maharani Shekhawatji, daughter of Rao Sagat Singh Shekhawat of Shahpura, she committed sati in June 1724, married (e), a daughter of Rawal Amar Singh of Jaisalmer, married (f), Maharani Roop Kunwar, second daughter of Maharao Shri Chattarsal Singh, Maharao of Sirohi, and had issue, including 14 sons. He died 24th June 1724. 
    • Maharaja Abhai Singh (qv) 
    • Maharaja Rai Singh II (qv) 
    • Maharaja Bakht Singh (initially of Nagaur) (qv) 
    • Raja Anand Singh, Raja of Idar
    • Maharajkumar Rassa Singh, adopted into Jhabua
    • Maharaj Kumari Indira Kanwar, married 1715, Padshah Farrukhsiyar, Mughal Emperor of Delhi
    • Maharani Sobhag Kanwar (by Shekhawat Maharani), married 1740/1741, Maharana Pratap Singhji II of Mewar
    • Maharani Surya Kumari, married Sri Maharaja Sawai Jai Singhji II of Jaipur.
  • Maharaja ABHAI SINGH, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1724/1749, born 1702, married (amongst others) (a), a daughter of Sri Maharaja Sawai Jai Singhji II of Jaipur, married (b), 1730, Rani Jas Kanwar, daughter of Rao Man Singhji III of Sirohi, and his first wife, Rani Krishna Kunwar, married (c), a daughter of Thakur Kesari Singh Naruka of Ladana, married (d), Maharani Swaroop Kunwar, a daughter of Raja Surtan Singh of Banera, and had issue. He died 19th June 1749 in Ajmer.
    • Maharaja Ram Singh (by Rani Krishna Kunwar) (qv) 
    • Maharani Sobha Kunwar, married (as his third wife), Umara-i-Uzzam Maharaja Mahendra Gopal Singh of Bhadawar, and had issue.
Maharaja RAI SINGH II, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1749/1750 (deposed), died 1766.
  • Maharaja BAKHT SINGH, Rao of Nagaur 1749/1750, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1750/1752, born 1706, snatched jodhpur throne from his nephew, married (amongst others), a daughter of Maharawal Akhai Singhji of Jaisalmer, and had issue. He died 21st September 1752 (Bhadon Badi 13, 1809) at Sinholi, poisoned by the Rani of Madho Singh of Amber. 
    • Maharaja Bijay Singh (qv) 
    • Maharajkumar Ajit Singh
  • Maharaja RAM SINGH, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1752/1773 married Maharani Rajkunverba, daughter of Jam Saheb Tamachi Raisinhji of Nawanagar. He died sp September 1773 at Jaipur.
  • Maharaja BIJAY SINGH, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1773/1793, born 1724, inaugurated at Maroth by Maharaja Durjansal Singh, married and had issue. He died 7th July 1793.
    • Maharaj Bhom Singh, married and had issue. 
      • Maharaja Bhim Singh (qv) 
    • Maharaj Guman Singh, married and had issue. 
      • Maharaja Man Singhji (qv) 
    • Maharajkumar Fateh Singh, died young. 
    • Maharaj Zalim Singh, his mother was a Mewar Princess, married Rani Kamla Kumari, second daughter of Raja Sardar Singhji of Banera. He committed suicide in Mewar (Udaipur).
    • Maharaj Sawant Singh, married and had issue. 
      • Maharaj Sur Singh 
    • Maharaj Sher Singh, adopted his nephew, Maharaja Man Singhji (qv) 
    • Maharaj Sardar Singh
  • Maharaja BHIM SINGH, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1793/1803, married (amongst others), a daughter of Kunwar Rai Singh of Jaisalmer, and had issue. He died 17th October 1803 (Dec 1804?) (Kartik 2, 1860 Samvat). 
    • Maharaj Kumar Dhonkal Singh, born 1804, was involved in disputes regarding his succession as the next Chief which added to ruin Jodhpur.
  • Maharaja MAN SINGH, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1803/1817 and 1818/1843, born 1783, elected by nobles to be the Chief of Jodhpur as against Dhaukal Singh, the son of his cousin Bhim Singh, and succeeded 19th November 1803 (Mangsir 5, 1860), entered into Treaty with British in 1803, but helped Holkar before ratifying the same and lost British support, thereby left alone to face Pathan Pindari Looter (freebooter or pirate) Amin Khan (later the 1st Nawab of Tonk), who was being provided for by Jaipur initially until he turned hostile and attacked Jaipur from support of Jodhpur, terrified Maharaja into abdication, pretending to be insane for two years until 1817 when Amir Khan left Jodhpur with plundered treasuries and resources completely exhausted; married and had issue, one son. He died 5th September 1843. 
    • Maharaja Chhatar Singh (qv) 
    • Rao Raja Sajjan Singh, seventh (illegitimate) son, married and had issue. 
      • generations... 
        • Rao Raja Daulat Singh, born 1963 Samvat.

INTERREGNUM - 1816-1817: AMIR KHAN of Tonk, Pathan freebooter assumed management of Jodhpur for 2 years. (Collection of Treaties)

  • Maharaja CHHATAR SINGH, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1817/1818 (Regent), signed Treaty in January 1818 at the outbreak of Pindari war, by which Jodhpur was taken under the protection of the British Government to which the tribute payable to Sindhia was transferred and the Maharaja engaged to furnish 1,500 horse for general service whenever required, and the whole forces of the Jodhpur State when necessary. ; he died of dissipation, after which his father threw away mask of insanity and resumed the administration, killed or imprisoned many of his Chiefs who were attacking him from Jaipur under Dhonkal, asked for British protection as per treaty but was refused help due to universal disaffection and insurrection caused by his own injustice, misrule and incapacity. Due to misgovernance in Jodhpur, British toops marched in and held it in military occupation for five months, and in 1839 he executed treaty of future good governance not binding on his successors.
INTERREGNUM (5 Months): British Control.
  • HH Maharaja TAKHAT SINGH, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1843/1873, born 1813, son of the Raja of Ahmadnagar and descendant of Raja Anand Singhji of Idar (see above), he was ruler (not merely regent) of Ahmadnagar for 2 years and hence had to severe all ties from it so as to accept Jodhpur throne according to Hindu Rajput Law of Rajasthan and Gujarat and Ahmadnagar lapsed to Idar from which it had been earlier bifurcated in 1784; his salute was reduced from 17 to 15 guns on refusal to attend Ajmer Darbar in 1870 by Lord Lytton; married to 30 "Queens", 21 "semi-wives" and many concubines (amongst whom) (a), a daughter of Thakur Ror Singh of Dhamotar, married (b), a daughter of Thakur Kesri Singh of Nachana in Jaisalmer, married (c), 1853, HH Maharani Gulab Kunwar, second daughter of Maharao Shri Sheo Singhji of Sirohi, married (d), 1867, HH Maharani Chand Kunwar, fifth daughter of Maharao Shri Sheo Singhji of Sirohi, and had issue, ten sons and ten natural sons as well as many daughters. He died in March 1873. 
    • HH Maharaja Jashwant Singhji II (qv) 
    • Maharaj Jorawar Singhji [Zorawar Singh], in 1872 took possession of the town and fort of Nagaur in the hope of being the next successor, as his brother was adopted into Ahmadnagar and he was born after his father's accession to Jodhpur, but his claim was rejected by Government, insurrection was put down without bloodshed and he was made to reside at Ajmer, he was granted the Thikana of Raoti
    • Lt.-Gen. HH Maharajah Bahadur Sir Pratap Singhji, Maharaja of Idar.
    • Maharaj Randhir Singh 
    • Maharaj Ranjit Singh, fifth son, adopted his nephew, Kunwar Sher Singh, younger son of Maharaj Jorawar Singh of Raoti, he married and had adoptive issue. 
      • (A) Maharaj Sher Singh, married and had issue (see Raoti).
    • Maharaj Bhopal Singh, married and had issue.
      • Lt.Col. HH Maharajadhiraj Shri Sir Daulat Singhji Saheb of Idar.
      • Maharaj Ratan Singhji, Sarkar of Bhopalgarh, married and had issue. He died 3rd January 1917.
        • Maharaj Kan Singhji, married and had issue, three sons. He died 1943.
          • Maharaj Bahadur Singhji, married and had issue, one son and one daughter.
            • Maharaj Dalpat Singhji, Thakur of Bhopalgarh, married Rani Reeti Kumari, born 16th March 1952, daughter of Thakur Jait Singh of Khandela Senior, and his wife, Thakurani Brijraj Kanwar.
          • Maharaj Kushal Singhji, married and had issue, one son and five daughters. He died 2008.
          • Maharaj Sultan Singhji, married and has issue.
            • Rajkumar Virendra Singh, born 1961, married and has issue.
              • Mihir Rathore, born 1997.
      • Maharaj Paney Singh 
      • Col. Maharaj Kishan Singhji, married and had issue. 
        • Col. Maharaj Prem Singhji, educated in Jodhpur, served with the Jodhpur Lancers during WWII, member of the winning Indian Polo World Cup team in 1953, winner of the Queen's Cup at Windsor in 1959, winner of the Centenary Gold Cup in 1962, Managaer of Glendale Polo Club, Illinois, USA, awarded the first Arjuna Award for outstanding sportsmanship for polo in 1961; a poet, writing in both Urdu as well as the classical Marwari dialect; he devoted considerable time between polo seasons in the village of Rajlani, to improve drinking water conditions and physically worked in the mountains, reforesting to increase water catchment; he married Rani Gulab Kanwar, daughter of Thakur Devi Singh of Doongri, and had issue. 
          • Maharaj Karan Singh, born 13th August 1947 in Jodhpur, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer (graduating in 1963) and at Hindu College, Delhi University, Delhi; married 10th November 1978 in Jaipur, Rani Jayanti Kumari, and has issue. 
            • Rajkumar Prithi Singh 
            • Baiji Lal Priya Kumari 
          • Rani Sheela Kumari, born 14th July 1950, married 22nd November 1968, Rajkumar Rameshwar Singh of Suket, and has issue. 
          • Thakurani Aruna Kumari, married Apji Vijai Singh of Koela, and has issue. 
        • Maharaj Narayan Singhji, married and had issue. 
          • Baiji Lal Uma Kumari, married Thakur Rajvir Singh of Dundlod, and has issue. 
        • Maharaj Sajjan Singhji, married Rani Ratan Kanwar of Siana, and had issue. 
          • Maharaj Suman Singhji, married Rani Nirmala Kumari, and has issue, two children. 
            • Baiji Lal Aaditi Kumari, married Kunwar Prithviraj Singhji of Deogarh
            • Kunwar Manvendra Singh Rathore, married Kanwrani Divya Singh of Ramseen, and has issue. 
              • Bhanwar Aadityaveer Singh 
          • Baiji Lal Alaknanda Singh, married Wg.-Cdr Rajkumar Biroja Shankar Singh Deo of Dhenkanal in Orissa, and has issue, two sons. 
            • Capt. Kumar Siddhartha Singh Deo 
            • Kumar Gautam Singh Deo 
          • Maharaj Raghuvendra Singhji, married Rani Sunita Kumari of Balwana, and has issue, two daughters. 
            • Baiji Lal Ambika Kumari 
            • Baiji Lal Arti Kumari 
        • Baiji Lal Jawahar Kanwar, married into Naswadi.
        • Baiji Lal Mohan Kanwar, married into Sayla.
        • Baiji Lal Sajjan Kanwar, married into Siana.
      • HH Maharani Daulat Kanwar, married HH Sri Raj-i-Rajan Maharawal Sir Prithi Singhji Bahadur of Banswara, and had issue. 
    • Maharaj Kishore Singh, born 1850, Commander-in-Chief of the State Forces, holds a jagir of 6 villages (1893); married 1864, Maharajkumari Vishnuprasad Kunwar, born 1846, daughter of HH Maharajah Raghuraj Singhji Bahadur of Rewah, and had issue, as well as further issue. He died 1899 (1955 VS) 
      • Maharaj Arjan Singh, married a daughter of the Maharaja of Vizianagram, and had issue. 
        • Maharaj Bhim Singh, married a daughter of HH Raja Rawat Sir Bane Singh of Rajgarh
        • HH Maharani (name unknown) Sahiba, married (as his tenth wife), Colonel HH Maharao Raja Shri Sir Raghubir Singhji Sahib Bahadur of Bundi
      • HH Maharani (name unknown) Sahiba, married (as his fourth wife), 1902 in Jodhpur, Colonel HH Maharao Raja Shri Sir Raghubir Singhji Sahib Bahadur of Bundi
      • Rao Raja Amar Singh, married a natural daughter of the Maharaja of Karauli.
    • Maharaj Madho Singh 
    • Maharaj Bahadur Singh, married and had issue. 
      • Maharaj Jiwan Singh 
    • Maharaj Mahabat Singh, married the daughter of HH Raja Vishwanath Singhji of Rewah, and had issue. He died spm
    • HH Maharani (name unknown) Sahiba, married (as his second wife), Colonel HH Maharao Raja Shri Sir Raghubir Singhji Sahib Bahadur of Bundi
    • Maharaj Sri Zalim Singh Sahib, born 1865, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer; held a Jagir of 5 villages, Vice President and Senior Member of the Regency Councils of Jodhpur, married and had issue. 
      • Maharaj Guman Singh, born 1887, educated at Elgin Nobles School, Jodhpur; Private Secretary to the Maharaja of Jodhpur 1914/1918, Commanding Officer of Sumer Camel Corps and Sumer Infantry 1918/1926, ADC to HH the Maharaja of Jodhpur, married eldest daughter of Raja Janak Singhji of Nimrana, and had issue.
        • Maharaj Narpat Singh, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer; married Rani Bhupendra Kumari, daughter of Thakur Saheb Gambhir Singhji of Vala (Valbhipur), and had issue. 
          • Rajkumari Puspendra Kumari 
          • Maharaj Indrajeet Singh, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer and then at Rajkumar College, Rajkot (1964); married Rani Priyamvada Kumari, daughter of Thakur Saheb Chatra Singhji of Naswadi, and has issue.
            • Rajkumar Divyajeet Singh, born 1972, educated at Navrachan High School, Baroda and at Maharaja Sayaji Rao University of Baroda ; married 1997, Jagruti Kumari, daughter of Kunwar Jitendra Singhji Solanki of Mogar, and has issue. 
              • Bhanwar Raghvendra Singh Rathore, born 18th December 2002.
            • Rajkumar Abhijeet Singh, born 1974, educated at Navyug High School, Baroda and at Maharaja Sayaji Rao University of Baroda ; married 2000, Kumari Shri Meera Devi, daughter of Kumar Shri Sudhirsinhji Sursinhji of Wadhwan, and has issue.
              • Bhanwar Shivaditya Singh, born 26th November 2003. 
        • Maharaj Shri Raghunath Singhji Sahib of Zalim villas, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer; married and had issue. 
          • Thakoraniji Rathodji Harendra Kumari, married Kumar Shri Harishchandra Jaswantsinhji of Ranasan, and has issue. 
        • Maharaj Amar Singh, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer; married Rani Indu Kumari, daughter of Lt.-Col. Apji Dalel Singh of Palaitha, and his second wife, Rani Sajan Kumari, and had issue. 
          • Maharaj Ajai Singh, born 14th May 1959, married 9th December 1986, Rani Shivani Kumari, born 28th September 1962, daughter of Kanwar Daljit Singh Jamwal, and his wife, Kanwarani Neelima Kumari, daughter of Kanwar Randip Singh of Sirmur. 
          • Rajkumari Nalini Kumari 
          • Rajkumari Menal Kumari 
      • Maharaj Bijay Singh, adopted by his uncle, Maharaj Mahabat Singh. 
    • Rao Raja Moti Singh, married and had issue. 
      • Rao Raja Amar Singh, married Rani S.... Bai of Sokhada, and had issue. 
        • Rani Madan Kunwar, married 
          • Rao Raja Daljit Singh of Alwar, and had issue. 
            • Rani Rajeshwari Kumari, married Rao Raja Hukum Singh of Jodhpur (see below), and has issue. 
    • Rao Raja Sawai Singh 
    • Rao Raja Tej Singh, born about 1858, Assistant Prime Minister and Superintendent of Mekhma Tamil, married and had issue. 
      • Rao Raja Gulab Singh, served in the Military and Police Departments of Jodhpur State, married and had issue. 
        • Rao Raja Mohan Singh, born 10th March 1905, Bachelor of Law 1931, Naib Hakim 1932, Assistant Political Secretary, appointed Superintendent of the Court of Wards in 1940; married a natural daughter of Maharaja Madho Singhji II of Jaipur, and had issue, three sons and two daughters.
          • Rao Raja Vir Bhanu Singh, married 1947, Rao Rani Sudha Devi, daughter of Lt.Col. HH Sir Maharaja Narendra Shah Sahib Bahadur of Tehri-Garhwal, and his third (morgantic) wife, Rani Krishna Devi Bisht, and had issue. 
            • Kunwar Vijai Singh 
          • Rao Raja Sajan Singh 
          • Rao Raja Anand Singh 
    • Rao Raja Jawan Singh, married and had issue.
      • Rao Raja (name unknown) Singh, married and had issue. 
        • Rao Raja Madan Singh 
        • Rao Raja Indra Singh, born 1904, a Double Tazimi First Class Rao Raja, educated at Punjab University, Joint Secretary and Founder Member of Shri Raj Vanshi Hitkarni Sabha, Member of Walter Krit Sabha, General Secretary of Marwar Rajput Sabha, married and had issue. 
          • Rao Raja Mordhaj Singh 
          • Rao Raja Mahendra Singh 
    • Rao Raja Kalyan Singh, Guardian Tutor to HH Maharaja Dhiraj Maharaja Sri Sumar Singh, married and had issue. 
      • Rao Raja Jai Singh, born about 1884, Double Tazimi Noble, married and had issue. He died before 1941. 
        • Rao Raja Fateh Singh 
        • Rao Raja Bakht Singh 
        • Rao Raja Ranjit Singh 
    • Baisa (name unknown), married Maharaj Jiwan Singhji of Nawanagar . She died 1916. 
    • Baisa (name unknown), married 1863, Maharaja Ram Singhji II of Jaipur
    • Baisa (name unknown), married in January 1891, Colonel HH Maharao Raja Shri Sir Raghubir Singhji Sahib Bahadur of Bundi.
  • HH Maharaja JASHWANT SINGH II, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1873/1895, born 1838 at Ahmadnagar in Gujarat, married 8 wives, (amongst others), 1stly, daughter of the Jam Sahib of Nawanagar (Jamnagar), married (a), HH Maharani Puariji Bijai Kunwar Bai Sahiba, died 1st February 1897, daughter of HH Raja Hanwant Singhji of Narsinghgarh, and had issue, as well as natural issue. He died 11th October 1895 (#2,p.57)
    • Yuvaraj (name unknown) Singh, born 27th January 1878, died young. 
    • HH Raj Rajeshwar Maharajadhiraj Sardar Singhji Bahadur (by the Puarji Maharani) (qv)
    • Rao Raja (name unknown) Singh, married and had issue.
      • Lt.Col. Rao Raja Sujan Singh, born 1900, edu. at Rajput Nobles' School, Jodhpur, joined army in 1918, Officer Commanding since 1929, awarded the Coronation Medal 1937, married 1920, Rani Swarup Bai of Dhrangadhra, and had issue.
        • Kunwar Sanwant Singh, awarded the Silver Jubilee Medal 1935 and Coronation Medal 1937.
        • Kunwar Mahendra Singh
        • Kunwar Anand Singh 
      • Rao Raja Jabbar Singh, married 1920, Rani Lila Bai of Dhrangadhra, and had issue.
        • Rao Raja Balwant Singhji [Lalaji], married Rani Kanchan Kuwar Ba [Kanchu], and had issue, one son and three daughters.
          • Rajkumari Puran Kuwar Ba, born 10th February 1955 in Jodhpur, married 26th June 1979 in Jodhpur, Thakur Narender Singhji Rajawat of Thikana Chandroli in Jaipur, and has issue, two daughters.
            • Kumari Nalini Kuwar Ba, married Kumar Shri Mahipal Sinh P. Jadeja of Morvi.
            • Kumari Manisha Kuwar Ba, is presently unmarried and living in London.
  • HH Maharaja Dhiraj Maharaja Sri Sir SARDAR SINGHJI Bahadur, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1895/1911, born 11th February 1880, K.C.S.I. [cr.1908], married 1stly, 20th February 1892 (#2), a daughter of HH Maharao Raja Ram Singhji of Bundi, married 2ndly, HH Maharani Kishore Kanwar, daughter of HH 108 Sri Maharaj Adhiraj Raj Rajeshwar Ravi Kula Bushana-Mahi Mahindra Yavadarya Kula Kamaldhivakara Chattis Rajkul Singar Maharana Shri Sir Fateh Singhji Bahadur Hindua Suraj Hindupati of Mewar, and had issue. He died 21st March 1911. 
    • HH Raj Rajeshwar Maharaja Dhiraj Maharaja Sri Sumar Singhji (qv) 
    • Major HH Raj Rajeshwar Saramad Raj-hai Hindustan Maharaja Dhiraj Maharaja Sri Sir Umaid Singhji Bahadur (qv) 
    • Maharaj Dhiraj Shri Ajit Singh Sahib, born 1st May 1907, educated at Rajkumar College, Rajkot and at Mayo College, Ajmer; Director of Veterinary Department and State Shikar Khana in 1927; President of Consultative Committee of Jodhpur State in 1936; President of the Advisory Board in 1938; awarded the Coronation medal 1937; he enjoyed Double Tazim and First Class Judicial Powers; married Rani Man Kumari, daughter of Thakur Saheb Sawai Singhji Bahadur of Isarda, and his wife, Thakurani Sugan Kunwar, and had issue. He died 1978. 
      • Maharaj Shri Sobagh Singhji, married Rani Nathawatiji of Samode, and has issue. 
        • Rajkumar Ranvijay Singh, married to Rajkumari Poornima Devi Sahiba, daughter of Maharaj Dhirendra Sinh Solanki of Lunawada, and his wife, Rani Vijaylakshmi Kumari, the eldest daughter of HH Raja Digvijay Singh of Sailana, and has issue, two daughters and one son.
          • Baiji Lal Nidhika Kumari Singh Rathore
          • Baiji Lal Viveka Kumari Singh Rathore
          • Bhanwar Abhay Singh Rathore
        • Kunwar Karanvijay Singh, married to Kunwarani Shaweta Kumari. 
        • Baiji Lal Chandrika Kumari, married Dr. Adit Singh Tuar. 
      • Maharaj Shri Swarup Singhji, married Rani Usha Devi of Alelal-Bijapur (sister of Rani Madhu Devi, see below) and has issue. He died 2003.
        • Kunwar Raghavendra Singh Rathore [Prince Raghu], Fashion Designer, married Kunwarani Kavita Devi, daughter of Thakur Uday Bahn Singh of Nana.
        • Kunwar Suryaveer Singh Rathore, born 1972, married May 1997, Rajkumari Uttara Kumari, daughter of Raja Chandr Vijay Singh of Sahaspur, and his first wife, Rani Harsh Kumari.
      • HH Maharani Shri Brijraj Kumari Sahiba, born 1926, married 3rd March 1943, HH Maharaja Sriraj Mayurdhwaj Singhji of Dhrangadhra.
      • Baiji Lal Subodh Kanwar (Princess Imbux), married Thakur Naseeb Chand Katoch of Alelal-Bijapur, and has issue, one son and one daughter. 
      • Baiji Lal (name unknown) (Princess Tout), married Rao Raja Rajendra Singhji of Uniara in Jaipur, and has issue, one son and one daughter. 
      • Baiji Lal Sampat Kumari (Princess Jane) [Rani Sampat Kumari of Garhi], married 195x, Rao Indrajit Singhji of Garhi in Banswara, and had issue. 
      • Baiji Lal (name unknown), married into the Baria Royal Family. 
    • HH Maharani Marudhar Kunwar, born 1899, married 30th January 1924, HH Saramad-i-Rajahai Hindustan Raj Rajendra Shri Maharajadhiraj Sir Sawai Man Singhji II Bahadur of Jaipur
    • HH Maharani Samrajyi Kunwar, born 1903, married (as his first wife), 25th June 1919, HH Bandhwesh Maharaja Sir Ghulab Singhji Bahadur of Rewah, and had issue, one son. She died 1954.
  • Honourary Lt. HH Raj Rajeshwar Maharaja Dhiraj Maharaja Sri SUMAR SINGHJI Bahadur, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1911/1918, born 14th January 1898 (#2,p.59), married the daughter of Maharaj Shri Jaswan Singhji of Nawanagar and had issue. He died 3rd October 1918. 
    • HH Maharani Kishore Kanwar, born 1916, married 24th April 1932, HH Saramad-i-Rajahai Hindustan Raj Rajendra Shri Maharajadhiraj Sir Sawai Man Singhji II Bahadur of Jaipur. She died 30th April 1958.
  • Major HH Raj Rajeshwar Saramad Raj-hai Hindustan Maharaja Dhiraj Maharaja Sri Sir UMAID SINGHJI Bahadur, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1918/1947, born 8th July 1903, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer; K.C.V.O. [cr.1922], L.C.S.I. [cr.1925], married 11th November 1921 (as his only wife), HH Maharani Sri Badan Kunwar Sahiba, daughter of Rao Bahadur Thakur Jai Singhji of Osian, and had issue. He died 9th June 1947. 
    • HH Raj Rajeshwar Maharajadhiraj Shri Hanuwant Singhji Sahib Bahadur (qv) 
    • Maharaj Shri Himmat Singh Sahib, born 21st June 1925, married 1951, Rani Shailendra Kumari, daughter of Maj.-Gen. HH Farzand-i-Khas-i-Daulat-i-Inglishia Mansur-i-Zaman Amir-ul-Umra Maharaja Dhiraj Rajeshwar Sir Sri Maharaja-i-Rajgan Bhupendra Singh Mahendra Bahadur of Patiala, and had issue. 
      • Rajkumar Yashwant Singh, born 14th February 1954, educated at Woodstock School, Mussoorie. 
      • Rajkumar Rajendra Singh, born 21st June 1955, educated at Woodstock School, Mussoorie; married Rajkumar-Rani Durgesh Nandani, born 1960, daughter of Kanwar Ravinder Singh of Mahilog, and his wife, Kanwarani Yashoda Kumari, and has issue, two daughters. 
        • Baiji Lal Padmaja Kumari
        • Baiji Lal Rudhrani Kumari
    • Maharaj Shri Hari Singh Sahib, born 21st September 1929, married 1stly, 1947, Rani Harsha Kumari, born 1930, died 1960, daughter of HH Maharajadhiraj Maharawal Girdhar Singhji of Jaisalmer, married 2ndly, Rani Mahendra Kumari of Loharki in Jaisalmer, daughter of Thakur Girdhar Singh Bhati, and had issue. 
      • Rajkumari Prem Kanwar, married Kunwar Nand Kishore Singhji from Bihar, and has issue. 
        • Kumari Meenakshi, married 2009, Shri Gautam Singh Pathania. 
        • Kunwar Abhijeet Singh, married 9th December 2010, Maharajkumari Viveka Kumari, daughter of HH Maharaja Rajendra Singhji, 12th Maharaja Sahib of Idar, and his wife, HH Maharani Prakash Kumari of Gondal
        • Kumari Madhavi 
    • Maharaj Shri Devi Singh Sahib, born 20th September 1933. 
    • Maharaj Shri Dalip Singh Sahib, Thakur Sahib of Thikana Luni, born 20th October 1937, married Rani Madhu Devi of Alelal-Bijapur (sister of Rani Usha Devi, see above), and has issue.
      • Rajkumar Vikram Singh, married Rajkumari Yamini Devi, daughter of Raja Arya Shah of Khairigarh
      • Rajkumari Mriganka Kumari, married 1999, Rajkumar Jai Singh of Suket
    • HH Maharani Padmavati Devi, born 14th December 1930, married 1950, HH Maharaja Gaekwad Fatehsinhrao Gaekwad II of Baroda.
  • HH Raj Rajeshwar Maharajadhiraj Shri HANWANT SINGHJI Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Jodhpur 1947/1952, born 16th June 1923, succeeded to the gadi on the death of his father, married 1stly in 1943, HH Maharani Krishna Kumari Ba Sahiba of Dhrangadhra (now the Rajmata of Jodhpur), born 10th February 1926, married 2ndly, September 1948, HH Maharani Sundra Devi (nee Sandra McBryde), born 1929, died 1991, and had issue (by first wife), as well as further issue by Vidya Rani [nee Zubeida]. He died 26th January 1952.
    • Rani Chandresh Kumari, born 1st Feb 1944 in Jodhpur, educated at St. Hildas School, Ooty and Jodhpur University. Member of the Himachal Pradesh State Assembly 1972/77 and 1982/84 and the 8th Lok Sabha 1984/89, Member of the Committee on Communications, Joint Committee on Empowerment of Women, Business Advisory Committee and Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Communications; Deputy Minister, Himachal Pradesh, 1977 and Minister of State, Himachal Pradesh, 1984; Deputy Chief Whip, Congress (I) Party in Rajya Sabha; Member of the Rajya Sabha in [10.4.1996] - [9.4.2002]. Interests include Indian classical music, reading (History) and animal welfare, married 4th December 1968, Raja Aditya Dev Chand Katoch of Kangra-Lambagraon, and has issue, one son. (Clouds End Villa, Dharamsala, District Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, India)
    • Rani Shailesh Kumari, born 1945, married 1962 (div. 1980), Rajkumar Ganga Singh of Banswara, and has issue.
    • HH Raj Rajeshwar Saramad-i-Rajha-i-Hindustan Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Gaj Singhji II Sahib Bahadur (see above).
    • Rao Raja Hukum Singh [Tutu Jodhpur] (by Zubeida), born 1952, educated at Rajkumar College, Rajkot (1964) and at Mayo College, Ajmer; married Rani Rajeshwari Kumari of Alwar, and had issue, one son and one daughter. He died in the 1980's. 
      • Rao Raja Parikshit Singh 
      • Rajkumari Jayanandini Kumari, married Kunwar Vikramaditya Singh of Palaitha in Kotah.
  • HH Raj Rajeshwar Saramad-i-Rajha-i-Hindustan Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri GAJ SINGHJI II Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Jodhpur (see above)

Royal Family of Jodhpur (Marwar) in Rajasthan, India.

  1. Note: The State of Marwar (Jodhpur) is considered as the Head Seat of Rathore Rajputs.


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