PARTABGARH

The Sisodia Dynasty

GENEALOGY

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1674 - 1708 Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Partab Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh, eldest son of Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Hari Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Kanthal, educ. privately. Succeeded his father as Maharawat of Kanthal, 1674. Founded a new capital and called it Partabgarh 1698, naming the own after himself. m. ten wives, including (first) Rathorji Maharani Shri Prem Kunwarji Sahiba, elder daughter of Maharaj Sri Padam Singhji, of Bikaner. m. (second) Goadiji Maharani Shri Dharma Kunwari Sahiba (d. by sati, at Partabgarh, 30th November 1708), daughter of Vithal Das, of Ajmer. m. (third) Kachhawahiji Maharani Shri Vijay Kumari Sahiba (d. by sati, at Partabgarh, 30th November 1708), daughter of Sabal Singh Kachhawa. He d. at Partabgarh, 30th November 1708, having had issue, five sons and three daughters:
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1708 - 1717 Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Prithvi Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh, eldest son of Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Partab Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 1708. Granted the right to mint coins by the Emperor of Delhi. He was attacked by but repulsed the Raja Chatrasalji of Ratlam. m. nine wives, including Rathorji Maharani Shri Vijay Kunwarji Sahiba, younger daughter of Maharaj Sri Padam Singhji, of Bikaner. He d. at Partabgarh, 1717, having had issue, six sons and five daughters:
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1717 - 1718 Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Sangram Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh, son of Maharajkumar Shri Pahar Singhji Sahib Bahadur, Yuvraj of Partabgarh, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his grandfather, 1717. He d.s.p. at Partabgarh, 1718.
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1718 - 1723 Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Umed Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh, second son of Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Prithvi Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his nephew, 1718. m. four wives, including Kachhawahiji Maharani Ba Shri Keshar Kunwarji Sahiba, daughter of Kushal Singh Adjawat. He d. at Partabgarh, 1723, having had issue, one daughter:
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1723 - 1758 Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Gopal Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh, fifth son of Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Prithvi Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his elder brother, 1723. m. eight wives. He d. at Partabgarh, 1758, having had issue, four sons and two daughters:
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1758 - 1775 Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Salim Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh. He constructed a defensive wall around the capital, with eight gates, and beautified the own with several grand buildings. He also stabilised the currency by establishing his own mint, his salimshahi gold coins becoming the preferred currency throughout many parts of Western India. m. eleven wives, including (first) Bada Rathorji Maharani Shri Kundan Kunwarji Sahiba, daughter of Thakur Shri Lal Singh, of Amjhar. m. (second) Chhota Rathorji Maharani Sahib, a daughter of Raja Shreeman Jai Singhji Bahadur, Raja of Sailana. He d. at Partabgarh, 26th October 1775, having had issue, six sons and two daughters:
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1775 - 1844 H.H. Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Savant Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh. b. at Partabgarh, 5th October 1767, eldest son of Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Salim Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 26th October 1775. Ascended the gadi at Partabgarh, 27th Ocober 1775. The Dariawad estates revered to the Mewar durbar, because he did not wish to be a vassal of the Maharana and preferred to be free of any encumbrances to that ruler. He became a tributary of Holkar but repudiated his agreement and negotiated a treaty with the agent of the HEIC in 1804. However, the Governor-General in Bengal refused to ratify the treaty and opposed a forward policy in Rajputana. A new treaty was concluded on 5th October 1818, by which Partabgarh eventually came under British protection. m. eight wives, including (first) H.H. Bada Rathorji Maharani Shri Swarup Kunwarji Sahiba, daughter of Umdai Rajahai Buland Makan Diwan Maharaja Shri Birad Singh Sahib Bahadur, Raja of Kishangarh. m. (second) H.H. Chhota Rathorji Maharani Shri Daulat Kunwarji Sahiba, daughter of the Sardar of Medhta. m. (third) H.H. Bada Chauhaniji Maharani Shri Gulab Kunwarji Sahiba, daughter of Thakur Shri Tej Singhji, of Namli, in Ratlam. m. (fourth) H.H. Chhota Chauhaniji Maharani Shri Daulat Kunwarji Sahiba, daughter of Thakur Shri Tej Singhji, of Namli, in Ratlam. He d. at Partabgarh, 5th January 1844, having had issue, three sons and six daughters:
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1844 - 1864 H.H. Maharajadhiraj Maharawat Shri Dalpat Singhji Bahadur, Maharawat of Partabgarh. b. at Partabgarh, 26th November 1808, second son of Shriman Maharajkumar Shri Dip Singhji Bahadur, Yuvaraj Sahib of Partabgarh, by his second wife, a daughter of Rajvi Bhopal Singh, of Fatehgarh, educ. privately. Adopted by Maharawal Shri Jaswant Singhji II of Dungapur as his son and heir. Invested with the title of Maharaj Kumar Shri Yuvraj Sahib Bahadur of Dungarpur. Appointed as Regent of Dungapur for his adoptive father, 2nd May 1825. Relinquished control over Dungapur on the death of his own paternal grandfather and succeeded to the Partabgarh gadi, 5th January 1844. Installed there as Maharawat Sahib Bahadur of Partabgarh. An able administrator and modern ruler, greatly admired by his subjects and the British authorities alike. m. (first) H.H. Chauhaniji Maharani Shri Daulat Kunwarji Sahiba, daughter of Thakur Shri Fateh Singhji, of Namli, in Ratlam state. m. (second) H.H. Bada Rathorji Maharani Shri Moti Kunwarji Sahiba, a lady from the Kushalgarh family. m. (third) H.H. Chhota Rathorji Maharani Shri Keshar Kunwarji Sahiba, a lady from the Kushalgarh family. m. (fourth) H.H. Maharani Shri Kalyan Kunwarji Sahiba, of the Keranya family of Bansda state. He d. at Partabgarh, 30th March 1864, having had issue, two sons:
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