PARTABGARH

The Sisodia Dynasty

GENEALOGY

1433 - 1473 Rawat Shri Khem Karan Singh, of Sadri and Dhariawad, second son of Maharana Shri Mokul Singhji [Mokulji], Maharana of Chittor - see India (Udaipur). Granted Sagri in jagir 1433. Extended and expanded his lands into a semi-independent fiefdom under Mewar. m. four wives. He was k. in battle at Dadmipur, 1473, having had issue, four sons and one daughter:
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1473 - 1531 Rawat Shri Suraj Mal Sahib, Rawat of Devgarh, second son of Rawat Shri Khem Karan Singh, of Sadri and Dhariawad, educ. privately. He was expelled from Mewar with other members of his family, shortly after his father's death, and took refuge in the Aravali ranges of Southern Rajputana. He subdued the Adivasis of Devgarh, took control of their lands, and established himself as and independent ruler in 1514. m. three wives. He d. 1531, having had issue, seven sons and several daughters, including:
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1531 - 1534 Rawat Shri Bagh Singh Sahib, Rawat of Devgarh, eldest son of Rawat Shri Suraj Mal Sahib, Rawat of Devgarh, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 1530. m. five wives. He was k. at Chittor, 1534, having had issue, six sons and two daughters:
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1534 - 1553 Rawat Shri Rai Singh Singh Sahib, Rawat of Devgarh, eldes son of Rawat Shri Bagh Singh Sahib, Rawat of Devgarh, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 1534. m. four wives. He d. 1553, having had issue, four sons and one daughter:
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1553 - 1564 Maharawat Shri Bikram Singhji [Bikaji] Bahadur, Maharawat of Kanthal, eldest son of Rawat Shri Rai Singh Singh Sahib, Rawat of Devgarh, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father to Devgarh 1553. He defeated the Mina queen and established a new capital at Kanthal in 1561. m. four wives. He d. at Kanthal, 18th August 1564, having had issue, four sons and three daughters, including:
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1564 - 1594 Maharawat Shri Tej Singhji Bahadur, Rawat of Kanthal, eldest son of Maharawat Shri Bikram Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Kanthal, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 18th August 1564. Although his reign was unremarkable, he was responsible for the construction of the beautiful Teja lake. m. six wives. He d. at Kanthal, 1594, having had issue, including:
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1594 - 1604 Maharawat Shri Bhana [Bhano] Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Kanthal, elder son of Maharawat Shri Tej Singhji Bahadur, Rawat of Kanthal, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 1594. He shltered Mahaba Khan, Emperor Jahangir's general, when he fell out of favour. He later joined forces with the Governor of Mandasor in opposing Jodh Singh. m. Rathorji Maharani Ba Shri Bhagwant Kunwarji Sahiba, daughter of Maharaja Rao Shri Shri Shri Narain Das II Sahib, Maharao of Idar. He was k. (s.p.) in battle against Jodh Singh, at Jiram, near Nimach, 1604 (succ. by his younger brother).
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1604 - 1623 Maharawat Shri Sendha Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Kanthal, younger son of Maharawat Shri Tej Singhji Bahadur, Rawat of Kanthal, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his elder brother, 1604. Reigned under a council of regency until he came of age and was invested with full ruling powers, 1604. m. thirteen wives. He d. at Kanthal, 8th April 1627, having had issue, three sons and two daughters:
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1627 - 1634 Maharawat Shri Jaswant Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Kanthal, eldest son of Maharawat Shri Sendha Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Kanthal, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 8th April 1627. m. eight wives, including (a) Maharani Ba Shri Chandra Kunwari Sahiba. He was lured to Udaipur on a pretext by Maharana Jagat Singh I, and k. there at the Champa Bagh, together with his eldest son and all his followers, 1634, having had issue, five sons and two daughters:
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1634 - 1674 Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Hari Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Kanthal, second son of Maharawat Shri Jaswant Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Kanthal, educ. privately. He journeyed to the Imperial capital after the murder of his father, where he waited on the Emperor and secured confirmation of his succession and recognition as ruler of Kanthal. He also received the hereditary title of Maharajadhiraj and appointment to an Imperial mansab of 7,000. He then returned to Kanthal with a large Imperial army and turned out the military garrison and agents of the Udaipur ruler. m. ten wives, including (first) Maharani Shri Manbhavnade Hadi. m. (second) Jhaliji Maharani Shri Jas Kunwari Sahiba. m. (third) Rathorji Maharani Shri Anup Kunwari Sahiba. m. (fourth) Goadiji Maharani Shri Ajab Kunwari Sahiba (d. committed sati on the death of her husband, at Kanthal, 1674). m. (fifth) Rathorji Maharani Shri Anand Kunwari Sahiba (d. committed sati on the death of her husband, at Kanthal, 1674). He d. at Kanthal, 1674, having had issue, five sons and two daughters:
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