BHADAWAR (Zamindari)



(Bhadauriya clan)
POPULATION: 129,000 (1892)
, present Maharaja of Bhadawar since 1991.born 23rd January 1957 at Agra,
to the dignity of Chief of the Badauriya sept of the Chauhan clan and
Sahib of Bhadawar in 1991, educated at St. John’s College, Agra
won the gold medal in the National Shooting Championships, Chairman of
the District Co-operative Bank in 1989 onwards, elected five times to
Uttar Pradesh Assembly 1989 onwards, Minister for Electronics in the
government  1998/2001, Minister for Transport 2001/2002, Minister
for Health 2002/2003, married 9th May 1987, Maharani Pakshalika Singh,
daughter of Raja Samar Singh of Rampura,
and has issue.

  • Raj Kumar Tripurdaman Singh, born 26th June 1988,
    educated at St. Peter’s College, Agra and presently (2007) studying at
    the University of Warwick, U.K.
Founded in 794 by Raja Chandrapal Dev, the clan is
named after his son Raja Bhado Rao who established the capital at
Bhadaura. Raja Shalya Dev 1194/1208, died in battle with Quttubuddin
Aibak, the first Sultan of Delhi. His son Raja Rajju Raut 1228/1262,
re-established his rule at Hatkant. Two Bhadauria Maharajas, Badan
Singh and Maha Singh served with the Mughal armies in Afghanistan.
Maharaja Mahendra Gopal Singh greatly extended the boundaries of the
state during the decline of the Mughal empire. On his death in 1730,
the boundaries extended upto Gwalior in the south, Dholpur in the west
and Etawah and parts of Mathura and Kanpur in the east, an area of
close to 12000 sq kms. During the latter years of the 18th century the
Bhadaurias were attacked by the Marathas and many of their possesions
were lost, leaving the small principality as we see it today (1947).
The clan is one of the most loyal and illustrious and finds mention in
almost all sultanate and Mughal era texts. The total family tree is
spread over 56 generations as recorded over 1,300 years. Rulers
and estate holders were….

    1. Raja MANIK RAE,
      Raja of Sambhar 720/794, he was the Chauhan ruler of
      Sambhar, and is generally accepted to be the patriarch
      of the age, the founder of the Chauhan power that would one day rule
      Delhi. He became King when his brother, the King of Ajmer was killed
      during the invasion of Mohammed bin Kasim, and he had to flee, later he
      recovered Ajmer from
      the Muslims in about 756, he married and had issue, ancestor of the 24
      clans of the Chauhan dynasty.

      • Raja Chandrapal Dev (qv)


      Raja of Chandwar 794/816, he was the 12th son and
      established his rule at Chandwar around 793AD. He is
      credited with constructing the massive fort at Chandwar, in present day
      Firozabad. Chandwar remained in Bhadauria hands till 1208, he married
      and had issue.

      • Raja Bhado Rao (qv)


    1. Raja BHADO RAO,
      Raja of Bhadaura 816/842, sometimes referred to as Bhado
      Rana, succeeded his father in 816. He
      constructed the township and fortress of Bhadaura on the banks of the
      river Uttangan, in present day Ater tehsil. There is some confusion as
      to the actual date of construction, with vansavali writers accepting
      832AD while British historians R.Smeaton and W.H.L. Impey estimate 820
      AD. It is from this celebrated Raja Bhado Rana and the village of
      Bhadauragarh that this branch of Chauhans came to be called Bhadauria.


    1. Rao ALAM DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 842/857
    2. Rao BHAGWAT DEV, Raja of Bhadaura in 857 (for 6 months)
    3. Rao BHAN DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 857/858
    4. Rao PRAGYA DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 878/889
    5. Rao KANKAR DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 889/903
    6. Rao HASAN DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 903/917
    7. Rao GOPAL DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 917/933
    8. Rao KHARAG SEN, Raja of Bhadaura 933/936
    9. Rao RAM SEN, Raja of Bhadaura 936/950
    10. Rao VIJAY SEN, Raja of Bhadaura 950/954
    11. Rao GUJARMAL DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 954/970
    12. Rao BHOGMAL DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 970/984
    13. Rao ARJUN DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 984/1008
    14. Rao PAHAD SEN, Raja of Bhadaura 1008/1025
    15. Rao KARAM SEN, Raja of Bhadaura 1025/1048
    16. Rao TATTAR DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 1048/1054
    17. Rao HARDOL DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 1054/1066
    18. Rao TARACHAND DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 1066/1081
    19. Rao TIHAR DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 1081/1092
    20. Rao BILLOR DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 1092/1123
    21. Rao KAJJAL DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 1123/1163, he expanded the
      state to
      include much of present day Bah tehsil of Agra,
      capturing the fortress of Hatkant in 1153.
    22. Rao AASAL DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 1163/1183
    23. Rao VISAL DEV, Raja of Bhadaura 1183/1194


    1. Raja SHALYA DEV,
      Raja of Bhadaura 1194/1208, referred to as Sella Deo by
      British historians, he was one of
      the most illustrious rulers of his age. Taking advantage of the
      disorder prevailing in the country during Ghouri Shah’s invasion, Raja
      Dev plundered Meerut and Farrukhabad. Qutubuddin Aibak marched on
      Bhadaura in 1208, and in the great battle of Bhadauragarh, which was
      accompanied by great slaughter, Raja Shalya Dev was slain. His pregnant
      wife, who was the daughter of the Rao of Sikri escaped by concealing
      herself in a gutter. She was taken to Sikri by two loyal servants, and
      while crossing the Jumna, she gave birth to a boy, the future Rajju
      Raut, who
      would resurrect and re-establish his fathers lost kingdom; he married a
      daughter of the Rao of Sikri and had issue. He died 1208.

      • Raja Rajju Raut (qv)


    1. Raja RAJJU RAUT,
      Raja of Bhadaura 1228/1262, born posthumously in 1208, he
      re-established Bhadauriya rule by ejecting the Meo’s. In 1246 he
      stormed the fort of Hatkant, killing the dreaded Mewati chief Hatiyameo
      Beg. By 1258 he was again in possession of all his land. Emperor
      Nasiruddin confirmed him in posession of Bhadawar and granted him the
      title of
      Raja. He married 1stly, a daughter of Rao Khir Samad of
      Pinahat, married 2ndly, a daughter of Rao Gumam Singh Tomar of Asa
      Morena, married 3rdly, a daughter of Rao Gyan Singh Gaur of Narkejri
      in Rajasthan, married 4thly, a daughter of Raja Karan Singh Kachwaha of
      Lahar, and had issue. He died 1262.

      • Kunwar Baamdeo (by 1st marriage), ancestor of the Raut
        Bhadaurias, also sometimes called
        Rawat Bhadaurias.
      • Kunwar Maan Singh (by 2nd marriage), ancestor of the
        Mainu Bhadaurias.
      • Kunwar Tas Singh (by 3rd marriage), ancestor of the
      • Raja Udai Raj (by 4th marriage) (qv)


    1. Raja UDAI RAJ, Raja
      of Bhadaura 1262/1296


    1. Raja MADAN SEN,
      Raja of Bhadaura 1296/1328


    1. Raja ABHAI CHANDRA,
      Raja of Bhadaura 1328/1371, a celebrated Rajput ruler, he
      led, along
      with Rai Sabir Chauhan of Etawa, Raja Surysen Dev of Chakarnagar, Raja
      Bir Bhan of Mainpuri and Raja Jit Singh Rathor of Rampur Etah, the
      great Rajput rebellion in 1371. At Chandwar, Rajput forces almost
      the Imperial army, but Raja Abhai Chandra was treacherously killed by
      Imperial general Malik Muqarrab-ul-mulk during a diplomatic conference
      at Kannauj.


    1. Raja RATAN SEN,
      Raja of Bhadaura 1371/1427


    1. Raja JAIT SINGH,
      Raja of Bhadaura 1427/1464, he led the Bhadauria
      forces that fought Emperor Mubarak Shah at Hatkant, but was handed a
      crushing defeat, as a result, Jait Singh lost his capital for some time
      in 1428, but
      recovered it later in 1434. In 1440, the Nawab of Kalpi invaded the
      kingdom of Lahar, when the Raja of Lahar appealed to Jait Singh for
      aid, Jait Singh sent his brother Bhao Singh with 5,000 horsemen. At
      Gopalpura, Bhadauria soldiers thouroughly annihilated the Muslims.
      After killing the nawab, Bhav Singh seized the crown or kulha of the
      nawab. Thus Bhav Singh’s descendents are known as Kulhaiya Bhadaurias.
      Jait Singh founded the modern day township of Jaitpur.


    1. Raja CHANDRASEN,
      Raja of Bhadaura
      1464/1480, he invaded and annexed
      Pinahat in 1470 and constructed a fort there in 1474. After the battle
      of Rapri, Raja Chandrasen sacked the camps of the imperial armies.


    1. Raja KARAN SINGH,
      Raja of Bhadaura 1480/1509


    1. Raja PRATAP RUDRA,
      Raja of Bhadaura 1509/1549, married 1stly, a daughter of
      Raja Shyam Singh
      Chandel of
      Shivrajpur, married 2ndly, a daughter of the Raja of
      Lahar, married 3rdly, a daughter of Raja Madan Singh
      Parihar of Ramgarh
      Eta, married 4thly, a daughter of Rao Jayant Singh
      Tomar of Asa
      Morena, and had issue, fourteen sons.

      • Kunwar Hriday Narayan (by Rani Chandeliji), became the
        first Dewan of Parna around 1550.
      • Kunwar Dalpat Rae (by Rani Chandeliji)
      • Kunwar Bhopat (by Rani Chandeliji)
      • Kunwar Kesri Shah (by Rani Chandeliji)
      • Kunwar Hodal Shah (by the Lahari Rani)
      • Kunwar Sahab Rae (by the Lahari Rani)
      • Kunwar Mitra Sen (by the Lahari Rani)
      • Kunwar Angad
        Rae (by the Lahari Rani)
      • Raja Mukutman (by Rani Parihariji) (qv)
      • Kunwar Jamniman (by Rani Parihariji)
      • Kunwar Mangat
        Rae (by Rani Parihariji)
      • Kunwar Indrajit Singh (by Rani Tomariji)
      • Kunwar Bhadai Singh (by Rani Tomariji)
      • Kunwar Hira Singh (by Rani Tomariji)


    1. Raja MUKUTMAN, Raja
      of Bhadaura
      1549/1590, he succeeded his father in preference to eight older
      brothers whose descendants are known as
      Athbhaiya Bhadaurias. In 1558, the Mughal army under Padshah Akbar’s
      brother, Adham Khan, invaded Bhadawar and subdued the country.
      Afterwards, like many other Rajput princes, Mukutman became a mansabdar in the Mughal army with a
      rank of 1,000; he married 1stly, a daughter of Raja Dharmangad Chauhan
      Mainpuri, married 2ndly, a daughter of Raja Radha Singh
      Kachwaha of
      Tank, and had issue.

      • Raja Mahendra Bikramaditya (by Rani Kachwahaji) (qv)


    1. Raja Mahendra BIKRAMADITYA,
      Raja of Bhadaura 1590/1617, like his father
      before him, he was a Mughal mansabdar
      and general. He
      commanded the Bhadauria contingent against Bir Singh Deo Bundela in
      Orchha, against Maharana Amar Singh in Mewar and against rebels in
      Gujrat. He was granted the hereditery title of Mahendra (Lord of the Earth) by
      Jahangir Shah, Emperor of Delhi; he married 1stly, a daughter of Raja
      Keerat Singh Rathor of
      Etah, married 2ndly, a daughter of Raja Shobh Singh Parmar of
      (Srinagar), and had issue.

      • Raja Mahendra Bhoj Singh (by Rani Parmariji) (qv)
      • Kunwar Vijay Singh (by Rani Parmariji)


    1. Raja Mahendra BHOJ SINGH,
      Raja of Bhadawar
      1617/1623, he commanded his contingents in the Deccan campaign; married
      1stly, a daughter of Raja
      Dalpat Singh
      Chauhan of Mainpuri, married 2ndly, a daughter of Raja Madho Singh
      Sikarwar of
      Pahargarh, and had issue.

      • Raja Mahendra Kishan Singh (by Rani Sikarwarji) (qv)


    1. Raja Mahendra KISHAN SINGH,
      Raja of Bhadawar 1623/1637, he was a prominent
      Mughal general enjoying a rank of
      1000/600. He commanded his contingents during the first Bundela
      campaign under Mahabat Khan, in the Deccan during the capture of
      Daulatabad in 1633, against Jhujhar Singh Bundela of Orchha with Raja
      Amar Singh Rathor of Jodhpur and Indrasal Hada of Bundi. He married (as
      his only wife), a daughter of Raja Bahadur Singh Sisodia of
      Shahpura, and had issue.

      • Raja Mahendra Mangat Ray (qv)


    1. Raja Mahendra MANGAT RAY,
      Raja of Bhadawar
      1637/1638, married (as his only wife), a daughter of Raja Kirat Singh
      Sengar of
      Bhaderwah, and had issue, one son.

      • Raja Mahendra Keerat Singh (qv)


    1. Raja Mahendra KEERAT SINGH,
      Raja of Bhadawar 1638/1643, married 1stly, a
      daughter of Raja Madho
      Singh Parihar of
      Ramgarh, married 2ndly, a daughter of Mirza Raja Jai Singh I Bahadur of
      Amber (Jaipur).


    1. Maharajadhiraj Maharaja
      Mahendra BADAN SINGH
      , Maharaja of Bhadawar
      1644/1654, he was one
      of the foremost Rajput rulers of the age. There is a famous incident
      mentioned about him in the Badshahnaama, when during a carnival in
      1648, he single handedly attacked a mad elephant and
      rescued an attendant from the elephants tusks. For his exemplary
      bravery, he was rewarded with a remission of 50,000 rupees from the
      200,000 rupees that Bhadawar annually paid as assesment. In 1644 he
      commisioned the construction of the fort of Ater – one of the most
      magnificent forts in the country. In 1649 he built the 1.5 km long dam
      across the river Jumuna and a 27 km long diversionary canal and built
      the town of Bateshwar and 101 Shiv temples on this dam. Bateshwar is
      now famous for the largest cattle fair in India; married 1stly, a
      daughter of Raja Manohar Singh Rathor of Shamshabad, married 2ndly, a
      daughter of Raja Mangal Singh Gaur of Shyampur, married 3rdly, a
      daughter of Raja Pratap Singh Chauhan of Mainpuri, married 4thly, a
      daughter of the Raja of Banelu (?), and had issue. He died while
      commanding the Mughal armies in Kandahar, Afghanistan with Dara

      • Maharajadhiraj Maharaja Mahendra Maha Singh (by Maharani
        Rathoriji) (qv)
      • Kunwar Pratap Singh (by Maharani Rathoriji)
      • Rao Bhagwat Singh (by Maharani Gauriji), recieved Nowgaon
        in appanage.
      • Kunwar Kuchatr Singh (by Maharani Chauhaniji), recieved
        Barasav in appanage.
      • Kunwar Gaj Singh (by Maharani Chauhaniji), recieved
        Ahroli in appanage.
      • Kunwar Bakhtawar Singh (by the Baneli Maharani), recieved
        Pachera in appanage.


    1. Maharajadhiraj Maharaja
      Mahendra MAHA SINGH
      , Maharaja of Bhadawar
      1654/1684, completed the construction of the fort at Ater. He also
      constructed the fort at Bhind in 1656, the Gauri tal lake at Bhind and
      the Bankhandeshwar temple. He commanded the Mughal armies in
      Afghanistan during the Yusufzai rebellion in 1667. He married 1stly,
      Maharani Raj Kunwar, daughter of Raja Kishore Singh Kachwaha of
      Lahar, married 2ndly, Maharani Sobha Kunwar, daughter of Raja Sripal
      Singh Jadon of
      Karauli, and had issue.

      • Maharaja Mahendra Udot Singh (by Maharani Raj Kunwar) (qv)
      • Kunwar Bhao
        Singh (by Maharani Sobha Kunwar)
      • Rao Ajab Singh (by Maharani Sobha Kunwar), Rao of
      • Kunwar Amar Singh (by Maharani Sobha Kunwar)


    1. Maharaja Mahendra UDOT
      , Maharaja of Bhadawar 1684/1694, Governor of Chittor
      (Mewar) from 1680 to 1684 and secretly
      assisted Maharana Raj Singh I during the Rajput rebellion. He also
      commanded his contingents in the Golconda campaign and played a
      prominent part in the capture of Ibrahimgarh in 1686. He enjoyed the
      high rank of 1500/1500. He married 1stly, a daughter of Raja Raj Singh
      Pratapgarh, married 2ndly, a daughter of Raja Ratan Singh Chauhan of
      Rajaur, married 3rdly, a daughter of Raja Harchand Singh Chauhan of
      Mainpuri, married 4thly, a daughter of Raja Maharay Singh Gaur of
      Syampur, and had issue.

      • Maharaja Mahendra Kalyan Singh (by the Pratapgarh Rani)
      • Rao Sujan Singh (by the Rajauri Rani), 1st Rao of Para
        and ancestor of the
        Para and Jiwasa family (#2).
      • Kunwar Surat Singh (by the Syampuri Rani), ancestor of
        the Vijaygarh family.
      • Kunwar Anand Singh (by the Syampuri Rani), ancestor of
        the Madhyapura family.
      • Kunwar Raghunath Singh (by the Syampuri Rani), ancestor
        of the Barh-ke-pura family (Barhpura).


    1. Maharaja Mahendra KALYAN
      , Maharaja of Bhadawar 1694/1707, he was a military
      and is credited with the
      establishment of the township of Bah in 1700. In 1707, Kalyan Singh
      commanded the Bhadauriya troops in person during the 1st Jat campaign.
      Taking the Jat army by surprise at Dholpur, he inflicted on them a
      thrashing and wrested control of Dholpur. The Dholpur fort was held by
      the Bhadauriya garrisons until 1761; he married (as his only wife),
      Maharani Hira Kunwar, daughter of Raja Surat Singh Gaur of Shyampur,
      and had issue.

      • Umara-i-Uzzam Maharaja Mahendra Gopal Singh (qv)
      • Rani Dwand Kunwar, married Rajawat Raja Jait Singh of Kama.


    1. Umara-i-Uzzam Maharaja
      Mahendra GOPAL SINGH
      , Maharaja of Bhadawar 1707/1730,
      he was appointed governor of Narwar in 1707. In 1708 he captured the
      fort of Gohad and in 1712 stormed the fort of Rampura. He enjoyed
      a high rank of 4000/4000 in the Mughal court which later became
      5000/5000 and was thus titled Umara-i-Uzzam.
      He commanded the Mughal
      armies during the seige of Gurdaspur in 1715. In 1719 he was appointed
      the governor of Agra province and held the post till 1720. But Agra
      became the centre of rebellion when the new governor, Ghairat Khan took
      and Gopal Singh played a pivotal role in retaking Agra fort. At the
      Battle of Hasanpur in 1720 between Muhammad Shah and Abdullah Khan,
      Gopal Singh commanded the imperial rear and prevented Churaman Jat from
      attacking the rear. In 1724, again Gopal Singh was sent against Ajit
      Singh of Jodhpur and in 1729 against Hinduput Singh of Chachendi. At
      this time the Bhadauriya state covered some 30,000 sq kms in area i.e.
      tehsil Bah in Agra, large parts of Bhind, Gwalior, Dholpur and Etawah;
      he married 1stly, Maharani Surat Kunwar, daughter of Raja Sonpal Jadon
      of Byangarh or Vaiyangarh, married 2ndly, Maharani Phul Kunwar,
      daughter of Raja Udot Singh Chauhan of
      Mainpuri, married 3rdly, Maharani Sobha Kunwar, daughter of Maharaja
      Abhay Singh Rathor of Jodhpur, married
      Maharani Sardar Kunwar, daughter of Raja Man Singh Sengar of
      Ruru, married 5thly, a daughter of Raja Madho Singh Sirnet of
      Bansi, married 6thly, Maharani Dhir Kunwar, daughter of Rao Karan Singh
      Jadon of Madrayal(?), and had issue.

      • Umara-i-Uzzam
        Maharaja Mahendra Aniruddh Singh (by Maharani Surat Kunwar) (qv)
      • Raja Mahendra Bahadur Singh (by Maharani Surat Kunwar)
      • Raja Mahendra Himmat Jai Singh (by Maharani Phul Kanwar)
      • Maharajkumari Kanak Kunwar (by Maharani Phul Kanwar),
        married Raja Chattar Singh Kachwaha of
      • Maharajkumari Basant Kunwar (by Maharani Sobha Kunwar),
        married Raja Kumer Singh Sisodia of Banera.
      • Maharajkumari Ratan Kunwar (by Maharani Sardar Kunwar),
        married Maharana Raj Singh II of Udaipur.
      • Maharajkumar Maharay Singh (by Maharani Sardar Kunwar)
      • Maharajkumari Sagun Kunwar (by the Bansi Maharani),
        married Maharaja Abhyadut Singh Baghel of Rewah.


    1. Umara-i-Uzzam
      Maharaja Mahendra ANIRUDDH SINGH
      , Maharaja of Bhadawar
      1730/1741, he enjoyed the exalted rank of
      6000/6000 and was also
      Governor of Kannauj. He commanded the Bhadauriya army during the
      Maratha war. His forces consisted of 20,000 infantry, 7,000 cavalry and
      45 elephants while the Maratha host numbered 100,000 horse under Peshwa
      Baji Rao. After facing the Marathas in the field, he retired to Ater
      where he resisted them for some time. He sued for peace after a month
      fighting and had to pay 2,000,000 rupees as indemnity as well as ten
      elephants, he married 1stly, Maharani Ser Kunwar, daughter of Raja
      Mangal Singh Bisen of Gonda, married
      2ndly, Maharani
      Tej Kunwar, daughter of Raja Pahar Singh Solanki of
      Chitrakoot, married 3rdly, Maharani Raj Kunwar, daughter of Rao Khusal
      Singh Rajawat of Jhalai in Jaipur,
      4thly, Maharani Pehop Kunwar, daughter of Rao Ram Singh Rathor of
      Banbarha in Jodhpur, married 5thly, Maharani Hem Kunwar, daughter of
      Raja Surat Singh of Shyampur (?), married 6thly, Maharani Gyan Kunwar,
      daughter of Raja Prathipat Singh Bisen of Mankapur,
      married 7thly,
      Maharani Devi Kunwar, daughter of Rajkumar Dariyav Singh Sengarh of
      Bayavli(?), married 8thly, Maharani Chandra Kunwar, daughter of Raja
      Hinduput Singh Chandel of
      Chahendi, married 9thly, Maharani Man Kunwar, daughter of Raja Anuradh
      Singh Sengarh of
      Bhareh, married 10thly, a daughter of the Raja of Khwasa (?), and had
      issue. He died 1741.


    1. Raja Mahendra BAHADUR
      , Raja of Bhadawar 1741/1743


    1. Raja Mahendra HIMMAT JAI
      , Raja of Bhadawar 1743/1755, married 1stly,
      Rani Fateh Kunwar, daughter of Raja Surtan Singh of Banera, married 2ndly, Rani Syoraj Kunwar,
      daughter of Raja Marikhram Singh Kachwaha of Bakawat (?). He died sp in 1755.


    1. Raja Mahendra BAKHAT SINGH,
      Raja of Bhadawar 1755/1803, adopted from Jiwasa,
      he lost Bah to the Jat Raja Jawahar Singh of Bharatpur in 1767, but
      recovered it in
      1770, married Rani Saubhagya Kumari, third daughter of Raja Sardar
      Singh of Banera.


    1. Maharaja Mahendra PRATAP
      , Maharaja of Bhadawar 1803/1820, adopted from
      Para, married and
      had issue.

      • Maharaja Mahendra Sirnet Singh (qv)
      • [?Maharajkumari (name
        unknown), married
        Raja Devi Baksh Singh of


    1. Maharaja Mahendra SIRNET
      , Maharaja of Bhadawar 1820/1839, died sp 1839.


    1. Maharaja Raja Mahendra
      , Maharaja of Bhadawar 1839/1902, C.I.E, K.C.S.I.
      [cr.1892], born 26th
      September 1835 (#1),
      adopted from Para, Chief of the Bhadauriya sept of the Chauhan clan,
      granted the title of
      Maharaja on 25th July 1881 as a personal distinction, married the
      daughter of Raja Bhawani Singh Sahib Bahadur C.S.I. of Mainpuri, and had issue. He died 1902.

      • Maharaj
        Kumar Samarth Singh, born 11th October 1875, married 1stly, 1894, a
        Raja Rup Shah of Jagmanpur, married
        2ndly, a daughter of the Raja of Manda,
        and had adoptive
        issue. He
        died vpin 1896.

        • (A) Lt. Maharaja Mahendra Maan Singh (qv)


    1. Hon. Lt. Maharaja Mahendra
      , Maharaja of Bhadawar 1902/1942, adopted
      from Para and brought up by the widow of Maharajkumar Samarth Singh; he
      was granted the rank of honourary lieutenant for his support of the
      British government in 1940; co-founder of the Central Cooperative Bank
      (Parna) and honourary magistrate within Bhadawar; he was also allowed
      to maintain his own police force; married 1stly,
      the niece of HH Maharaja Sir Ganga Singh of Bikaner,
      married 2ndly, the daughter of Raja Udit Narayan Singh of Tirwa,
      married 3rdly, the
      daughter of HH the Maharaja of Shahpura,
      and had issue. He died 1942.

      • Maharaja Mahendra Ripudaman Singh (qv)
      • Maharajkumari Chandraprabha (by the Tirwar Rani), married
        Rao Bahadur Raja
        Yadvendra Singh Judeo of Alipura, and
        has issue.


    1. Maharaja Mahendra
      , Maharaja of Bhadawar 1942/1991, elected as
      M.L.A. in 1957, 1962, 1967, 1972, 1977, 1982; Minister for Tourism,
      Forests, Sports and Youth affairs from 1977 to 1979; he married
      Maharani Braj Shree
      Devi, daughter of HH Maharaja Sir
      Rajendra Narayan Singh Deo of Patna, by
      his wife, HH Maharani Kailash Kumari Devi, and
      had issue. He died 1991.

      • Maharaja Mahendra Aridaman Singh (qv)
      • Maharajkumari Madhulika Kumari, born 1951, married
        Shiladitya Singh of Narsinghgarh,
        and has issue, two daughters.


  1. Maharaja Mahendra ARIDAMAN
    , Maharaja of Bhadawar (see above)

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