MAHANSAR

 

MAHANSAR (Thikana)

 

 

VILLAGES:  40 REVENUE:  60,000Rs ACCESSION:  1954
STATE:  Jaipur DYNASTY:  Shekhawat RELIGION:  Hindu

 

PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: The
flag of Mahansar is known as the panchranga
and the thikana is ruled and administrated by the three joint rulers,
unlike the
custom in other Thikanas. The Thakurs of Mahansar were vested with
judicial power and were also accorded a cannon salute. Any judicial
order’s passed by the Thakurs of Mahansar was not appealable. The
Thakur of Mahansar was granted the hereditary title of Rajshree and Sonanaresh by the state.
The Thakur was respectfully addressed as
“Shreejimaharaj” and his children as “Maharaj Kumar “. Mahansar was a
Tributary Thikana, and the Thakurs held the rights of a Semi
– Independent Ruler. In official documents, Mahansar was referred to as
a state and
Thakur as chief. The Thakurs were also exercised the right of applying
Toll Tax (excise duty on goods which were imported in their villages),
as well holding the ownership right on the mines. The Thakurs of
Mahansar and
their representatives attended ceremonies organized in
the city palace, Jaipur, the Residency and A.G.G. Rajputana. When the
Sardars of Mahansars were invited by HH the Maharaja of Jaipur, they
were accorded the special privilege of Amanishah ka Nala by
two Sardars (one Tazimi and one Khans Chowki) with Nagara Nishan, and
were thus welcomed to the city of Jaipur,
by the Jaipur state. Rulers were …..

BADA
PANNA
    1. Thakur NAHAR SINGH,
      1st Thikanedar of Mahansar (Bada Panna), laid the foundation of
      Mahansar in
      1768 (#1), he was the second son of
      Thakur
      Nawal
      Singh of Nawalgarh, he married and
      had issue.

      • Thakur Lakshman Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Bhawani Singh, he was granted Parasrampura as his
        share, he married and had issue.

        • Thakur Pratap Singh of Parasrampura, married and had
          issue.

          • Thakur Girdhari Singh of Parasrampura, married and
            had adoptive issue.

            • (A) Thakur Fateh
              Singh, born as Kunwar Fateh Singh, son of Thakur Jeet Singh of Kolinda.
          • Thakur Rampal Singh, married and had adoptive issue.
            • (A) Thakur Jodh Singh, married and had issue.
              • Kunwar Udai Singh
              • Thakur Kishan Singh, married and had issue.
                • Thakur Narayan Singh, married and had issue.
                  • Thakur Manohar Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Thakur Jeetendra Singh, married and had
                      issue.

                      • Thakur Raghvendra Singh
                  • Thakur Sujan Singh, married and has issue.
                    • Kunwar Rajendra Singh, married and has
                      issue.

                      • Bhanwar Aman Singh
                  • Thakur Prabhu Singh, married and has issue.
                    • Kunwar Hemendra Singh
                • Kunwar Sumer Singh
                • Kunwar Kishore Singh
                • Thakur Shiv Singh
              • Kunwar Mool Singh
              • Kunwar Kan Singh
              • Kunwar Ummed Singh
              • Kunwar Jai Singh
        • Thakur Chand Singh, he was granted Kolinda as his share.
      • Kunwar Prem Singh of Dorasar and Pacheri.
      • Kunwar Bhairon Singh of Jhakora, married and had issue.
        • Unknown generations
          • Thakur Sabhal Singh, jagirdar of Thikana Jhakora,
            adopted Kunwar Jai Singh on Kartik
            Sudi 13 Samvat 1987
            , who successfully made a claim to succeed to
            the Thikana as a descendant in the senior line of the original grantee.

 

    1. Thakur LAKSHMAN SINGH,
      2nd Thikanedar of Mahansar (Bada
      Panna) fl.1796, a brave and fearless
      warrior during his life time he fought many wars, including a war
      against the mirsen, against
      Thakur Dalel Singh of Pilani, the Mandan
      war as well as the war fought over the marriage of Princess Krishna
      Kumari of Mewar between the rulers of Jaipur and Jodhpur, as he was a
      close friend of Maharaja Sawai Jagat Singh of
      Jaipur; married in Sidhhmukh Thikana
      of Bikaner, and had issue. He died at the age of 52 years.

 

    1. Thakur SHIVNATH SINGH,
      3rd Joint Thikanedar of Mahansar
      (Bada Panna), married and had issue.

      • Thakur Berisal Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Panne Singh (see below, Bichla Pana)
      • Thakur Khaman Singh (see below, Chota Pana)

 

    1. Thakur BERISAL SINGH,
      4th Joint Thikanedar of Mahansar
      (Bada Panna), adopted Kunwar Govind Singh, seventh
      and youngest son of Thakur Khaman Singh of Mahansar Chhota Pana (see
      below).

 

    1. Thakur GOVIND SINGH,
      5th Joint Thikanedar of Mahansar (Bada
      Panna)

 

    1. Thakur BISHAN SINGH,
      6th Joint Thikanedar of Mahansar (Bada
      Panna), married into Nimbijodha,
      and had issue.

 

    1. Thakur NARAYAN SINGH,
      7th Joint Thikanedar of Mahansar
      (Bada Panna), married  1stly, Thakurani Sahiba
      Bhadra Kandhal, married 2ndly, Thakurani Sahiba Suraj Kanwar of
      Surnana, and had issue.

 

  1. Thakur TEJPAL SINGH,
    8th Joint Thikanedar of Mahansar (Bada Panna) since 4th February 1951,
    born 8th
    August 1932 in Mahansar, Joint Tazimi Umrao of
    Mahansar,
    married
    27th February 1952 in Thikana Rohet, Distt., Pali, Jodhpur; Thakurani
    Arvind
    Kumari Ji Sahiba of Rohet, and has
    issue. (Narayan
    Niwas Castle, Mahansar, Distt. Jhunjhunu – 331030, Rajasthan, India)

    • Kunwar Maheshwar Singh Shekhawat
    • Kunwar Ghaneshwar Singh Shekhawat
    • Baiji Lal Sahiba Durgesh Nandani
BICHLA
PANA
    1. Thakur SHIVNATH SINGH,
      3rd Joint Thikaneder of
      Mahansar (Bichla Panna)

 

    1. Thakur PANNE SINGH,
      4th Joint Thikaneder of
      Mahansar (Bichla Panna)

 

    1. Thakur CHANDRA SINGH,
      5th Joint Thikaneder of
      Mahansar (Bichla Panna), married and had issue.

      • Thakur Bhoor Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Phool Singh, married and had issue.
        • Thakur Bagh Singh, he succeeded to Nawalgarh Pana 2
        • Thakur Dhokal Singh, married and had issue.
        • Thakur Raghuveer Singh, married and had issue.
          • Thakur Kan Singh
          • Thakur Roop Singh
          • Thakur Jhabbar Singh
        • Thakur Narendra Singh
      • Thakur Udai Singh, married and had issue.
        • Thakur Ram Singh, married and had issue.
          • Thakur Man Singh
          • Thakur Ajatshatru Singh
          • Thakur Bhupendra Singh

 

    1. Thakur BHOOR SINGH,
      6th Joint Thikaneder of
      Mahansar (Bichla Panna), married and had issue.

      • Thakur Chhagar Singh (qv)
      • Kunwar Bhagwati Singh

 

  1. Thakur CHHAGAR SINGH,
    7th Joint Thikaneder of
    Mahansar (Bichla Panna)

    • Thakur Bhawani Singh
    • Thakur Hanuman Singh
CHHOTA
PANNA
    1. Thakur SHIVNATH SINGH,
      3rd Joint Thikaneder of
      Mahansar (Chhota Panna) (see above)

 

    1. Thakur KHAMAN SINGH,
      4th Joint Thikaneder of
      Mahansar (Chhota Panna), married and had issue.

      • Thakur Nan Singh
      • Thakur Banne Singh
      • Thakur Abhay Singh, married and had issue.
        • Thakur Akhay Singh, married and had issue.
          • Thakur Balbir Singh, the then Sarpanch of Mahansar,
            married and had issue.

            • Thakur Rajbir Singh, he joined the Indian Army and
              after retirement, he entered politics. He was famous politician of
              Shekhawati region. He was also elected Sarpanch of Mahansar; married
              Thakurani Sahiba Vimal Kanwar Rathore of Setrawa, presently serving as
              Sarpanch of Mahansar, and has issue.

              • Kunwar Yudhveer Singh, educated at Rajasthan
                College, Jaipur
                and is working as distributor for Amul Milk in Jaipur; married 22nd
                February 2008, Kunwarani Maya Kanwar Bhati of Laliya, Barmer.
              • Baiji Lal Sahiba Jyoti Kanwar,
                married 18th April 2008, Kunwar Gajendra Singh Rathore of Kankani,
                Marwar.
            • Thakur Mahipal Singh, joined Rajasthan Police
              Service and after taking voluntary retirement, he entered politics and
              is known as a good politician of the region; married Kunwarani Jamna
              Kanwar of Saran, and has issue.

              • Kunwar Raghuraj Pratap Singh
              • Baiji Lal Sahiba Annushree
              • Kunwar Yashwardhan Singh
      • Thakur Chandan Singh
      • Thakur Ganpat Singh
      • Thakur Prithvi Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Govind Singh, adopted by Thakur Berisal Singh of
        Mahansar Bada Panna, and succeeded there (see above).

 

    1. Thakur PRITHVI SINGH,
      5th Joint Thikaneder of
      Mahansar (Chhota Panna)

 

    1. Thakur JUHAR SINGH,
      6th Joint Thikaneder of
      Mahansar (Chhota Panna)

 

    1. Thakur PARTAP SINGH,
      7th Joint Thikaneder of
      Mahansar (Chhota Panna); active socially and immensely
      popular with all, he was the Masosa of  the Honorable
      Vice-President of India, Shri Bhairon Singh Shekhawat; married 1stly,
      Thakurani Sahiba Gulab
      Kanwar Bikaji of Sakhun Balan, Churu, married 2ndly, Thakurani
      Sahiba Braj Kanwar Bidawatji of Sehanlibadi, Churu and had issue.

      • Rajshree Thakur Keshar Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Sharvan Singh
      • Thakur Ranjeet Singh
      • Thakur Bhagwan Singh
      • Thakur Sishupal Singh
      • Thakur Gajraj Singh

 

  1. Rajshree Thakur KESHAR
    SINGH
    , 8th Joint Thikaneder of
    Mahansar (Chhota Panna), born 13th November 1927 in Mahansar, Joint
    Tazimi Umrao of
    Mahansar, married
    1946 in Thikana Bhikarniakalan, Distt. Nagur, Thakurani Mertiyaji
    Chagan Kanwar Ji, daughter of Thakur Gop Singh Mertiya of Thikana
    Bhikarniakalan, and has issue. (Mahansar Fort Distt., Jhunjhunu
    – 331030, Rajasthan, India. and Jaipur Mahansar House Ramnagar, Sodala,
    Jaipur – 302019, Rajasthan, India)

    • Kunwar Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat, died young 1949.
    • Rajshree Thakur Mahendra Singh Shekhawat, born 11th
      December 1951, educated
      at Central school of Bikaner and Rajasthan College, Jaipur (B.A.),
      S.T.S. in BSNL; married 27th February 1975, Thakurani Chandra Kanwar,
      daughter of Thakur Shivdan Singh Devra
      Malgujar of Nahali Kalan, Distt. Harda, Madhya Pradesh near Makrai, and
      has issue.

      • Kunwar Guru Prasad
        Singh Shekhawat
        born 18th October 1980, educated at S.M.D.J. School, C-Scheme, Jaipur
        and
        Rajasthan University, Jaipur and earning B.A., LL.B., D.LL., DCCT
        degrees with NCC ‘C’ Certificate includes national Camp’s,
        Inter-collegiate basketball player; has an extensive knowledge of
        Rajasthan history and encyclopedia of Mahansar Shekhawati; presently
        practising as a lawyer in Rajasthan High Court, Jaipur; married 9th
        December 2009, Kunwarnisa Mertiyaji Nellu Rathore, daughter of Thakur
        Bhim Singh Raghunathsinghot Mertiya of Thikana Deeppura, Kuchaman in
        Marwar.
      • Baijilal Sahiba Rupam Kanwar, married 24th
        November
        2008, Kunwar Shakti Singh Jadon of Thikana Bahraunda in Karauli.
      • Baijilal Sahiba Gunjan Kanwar
    • Thakur Rajendra Singh Shekhawat, born 29th
      September
      1954, educated at Darbar School and Rajasthan University earning B.A.
      and LL.B. degrees; Legal Assistant in RRVPNL; married 10th November
      1978, Thakurani
      Tejkanwar, daughter of Cap. Thakur Jivraj Singh Bika of Hansasar, Churu
      and has issue.

      • Kunwar Chandra Mohan Singh, born 25th June
        1982,
        educated at Tagore Public School, Rajsthan University and Bikaner
        Agriculture University (M.Sc.), Assistant Coordinator of Academics,
        J.N.U.
      • Baijilal Sahiba Sonia Kanwar, married 21st April
        2007,
        Bhanwar Rajat Singh Tanwar of Thikana Pitampuri (Torawati). (Bhopal,
        Madhya Pradesh, India)
      • Kunwar Gaurav Singh,
        born 2nd
        February 1987, educated at Tagore Public School, Jaipur and is
        currently (2010) working as T.S.E. at MphasiS, an HP Company.
    • Thakur Dilip Singh Shekhawat, born 8th May 1957,
      educated
      at Darbar
      School, Jaipur and Rajasthan University (M.A.); a gazzetted
      officer in the Rajasthan secretariat, Jaipur; married 28th November
      1983, Thakurani
      Umakanwar, daughter of Thakur Dr. Chattarpal Singh Banirot of Khandwa,
      Churu and has issue.

      • Baijilal Sahiba Shailza Kanwar
      • Baijilal Sahiba Chetali Kanwar

 

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