HARJI

HARJI (Thikana) 

 

VILLAGES: 2 REVENUE: 3,200Rs ACCESSION: xx
LOCATION: Jodhpur DYNASTY: Rathore (Champawat
clan)
RELIGION: Hindu
PRESENT RULER: Single
tazimi sirayat of Jodhpur
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY:  A
smaller estate belonging to the Champawat Rathores (Aaidanot branch,
Tejsinhot sub-branch) in Jalor pargana, Jodhpur, consisting of 2
villages with a revenue of Rs.
3200 and with a single tazim. It was granted to Thakur Roop Singh,
second son of Thakur Tej Singh
of Auwa in 1708 by Maharaja Ajit Singh of
Jodhpur, who confiscated it from his brother, Thakur
Harnath Singh, who was given the estate of Auwa instead. Estate holders
were….

  • Thakur ROOP SINGH,
    Thakur of Harji 1708/-, second son of
    Thakur Tej Singh of
    Auwa, he was granted the estate of Harji in 1708 by Maharaja Ajit Singh
    of Jodhpur who confiscated it from his brother, Thakur
    Harnath Singh, who was given Auwa instead; married three wives, and had
    issue, three sons.

    • Thakur Ram Singh (qv)
    • Thakur Ratan Singh, he was granted the estate of Janiwara
      (4 villages, Rs 3400, single tazim) in Pachpadra pargana, Jodhpur by
      Maharaja Bakhat Singh of Jodhpur in 1751; married and had issue, two
      sons. He died 1754 in the battle of Merta against Jayappa Scindia.

      • Thakur Akhai Singh, Thakur of Janiwara
        1754/1801, married and had issue, one son and one daughter. He died
        1801 in a battle at Sakarda.

        • Thakur Amar Singh, Thakur of Janiwara, he
          adopted Kunwar Nathu Singh, elder son of Thakur Salam Singh (see
          below), and had adoptive issue.

          • (A) Thakur Nathu Singh, Thakur of Janiwara,
            he succeeded by adoption; married and had issue, one son.

            • Thakur Pratap Singh, Thakur of Janiwara.
        • Baisa Nath Kanwar, married Thakur Ranjit Singh of Dundlod.
      • Thakur Jalam Singh, married and had issue.
        • Thakur Salam Singh, married and had issue.
          • Kunwar Nathu Singh, he was adopted by Thakur Amar
            Singh of Janiwara, and succeeded there as Thakur Nathu Singh of
            Janiwara (see above).
    • Kunwar Guman Singh
  • Thakur RAM SINGH,
    Thakur of Harji, he took part in the
    battle between
    Maharaja Ram Singh and his uncle Maharaja Bakhat Singh in 1750 in
    favour of the latter; married and had issue, two sons and some
    daughters. He died 1754 in the battle of Merta against Jayappa Scindia.

    • Thakur Jaitmal, he was granted the estate of Bamsin (2
      villages, Rs 4000, single tazim) in Siwana pargana, Jodhpur by Maharaja
      Vijai Singh of Jodpur in 1756 for
      his father’s services; married and had issue.

      • Thakur Hathi Singh, Thakur of Bamsin, married
        and had issue, four sons.

        • Thakur Sohan Singh, Thakur of Bamsin, married
          and had issue, one son.

          • Thakur Nawal Singh, Thakur of Bamsin, he
            adopted his cousin, Kunwar Bhabhut Singh; married and had adoptive
            issue. He died sp.

            • (A) Thakur Bhabhut Singh, Thakur of Bamsin,
              succeeded by adoption, married and had issue, five sons.

              • Thakur Raghunath Singh, Thakur of Bamsin,
                married and had issue, three sons.

                • Kunwar Karan Singh
                • Kunwar Shivnath Singh 
                • Kunwar Guman Singh
        • Thakur Chatar Singh, married and had issue, one son.
          • Kunwar Bhabhut Singh, he was adopted by his cousin,
            Thakur Nawal Singh, and succeded him as Thakur Bhabhut Singh of Bamsin
            (see above).
        • Kunwar Shivdan Singh
        • Kunwar Prithvi Singh
      • Kunwar Zorawar Singh
      • Kunwar Lal Singh, he was adopted
        by his uncle Thakur Jawan Singh of Harji, and succeeded there as Thakur
        Lal Singh of Harji (see below).
    • Thakur Jawan Singh (qv)
    • Baisa Phool Kanwar, married Maharao Jagat Singh of Sirohi.
  • Thakur JAWAN SINGH,
    Thakur of Harji, he adopted his nephew,
    Kunwar Lal Singh
    of Bamsin (see above); married and had issue, two sons as well as
    adoptive issue. He died 1787 in the battle of Tunga.

    • Kunwar Prem Singh, he died vp.
    • Kunwar Durjan Singh, he died vp.
    • (A) Thakur Lal Singh (qv)
  • Thakur LAL SINGH,
    Thakur of Harji, he succeded by adoption;
    married and had
    issue, three sons and one daughter.

    • Thakur Achal Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Durjan Singh
    • Kunwar Dardar Singh
    • Baisa Son Kanwar, married Solanki Thakur Kushal Singh of
      Jeelwara.
  • Thakur ACHAL SINGH,
    Thakur of Harji, married and had issue,
    two sons and one
    daughter.

    • Thakur Himmat Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Kan Singh, he was adopted by Thakur Abhai Singh of
      Bithora, and succeded there as Thakur Kan Singh of Bithora.
    • Baisa Indra Kanwar, married Deora Thakur Guman Singh of
      Bisalpur.
  • Thakur HIMMAT SINGH,
    Thakur of Harji, married and had
    issue, one son.

    • Thakur Daulat Singh (qv)
  • Thakur DAULAT SINGH,
    Thakur of Harji, married and had
    issue, one son.

    • Thakur Ratan Singh (qv)
  • Thakur RATAN SINGH,
    Thakur of Harji, married and had issue.

    • Thakur Chhatar Singh (qv)
  • Thakur CHHATAR SINGH,
    Thakur of Harji, he was elected to
    Rajasthan Assembly
    in 1962 from Swatantra party; married and had issue, two sons and four
    daughters.

    • Thakur Parikshit Singh
    • Thakur Abhimanyu Singh (qv)
  • Thakur ABHIMANYU SINGH,
    Thakur of Harji, M.A.(History), B.A. (Hons)(History);
    born 10th December 1951, he is a member of the Indian
    Administrative Services (IAS), married Thakurani Sanjeevni, and has
    issue, two daughters.

 

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