MUNDOTA

 

MUNDOTA (Jagir) 

 

 

VILLAGES: 5 JAGIR BONDS: 156,000Rs ACCESSION: XX
LOCATION: Jaipur DYNASTY: Kachhawa (Nathawat
clan)
RELIGION: Hindu

 

 

PRESENT RULER: Thakur TEJ
SINGH
,
present Thakur Sahib of Mundotaborn 28th December 1937 in Peelwa, Jodhpur, educated at Mayo College,
Ajmer and St.
Xavier’s College, graduated from Maharaja’s College, Amateur Pilot and
Army Officer (retired); married 14th July 1958, Thakurani Tej Kunwar,
daughter of Thakur Baal Singh of Ladnu, and has issue, two daughters.

  • Baisa Alka Tejsingh, married Kunwar Vikram Singh Rathore of
    Peeh-Thawla, and has issue, one son and one daughter.

    • Bhanwar Digvijaya Singh
    • Bhanwar Baisa Divyakriti Singh
  • Baisa Mahendra Kanwar, married Major Digvijay Singh Sumal
    of Keda near
    Meerut, died 2000 at Uri in Kashmir, and has issue, one daughter.

    • Devayani
      Singh
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: This
estate is a Bawni and Double Tazimi Jagir of Jaipur State, and was
granted to Thakur Jaswant Singh, a great grandson of Maharaja
Prithviraj of Jaipur. Rulers were …

  • Thakur JASWANT SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota, he
    succeeded to the estate of
    Mundota, married and had issue, seven sons (one grandson, Jagbhan died
    in Kabul whilst fighting for
    the Mughal Emperor).
  • Thakur SURTAN SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota,
    married Thakurani Surtan Kanwar,
    became sati, (their cenotaph can still be seen in Mundota), and
    had issue. He died in the battle of Kakaur.
  • Thakur INDER SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota, married
    and had issue, four sons.
  • Thakur RAGHUNATH SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota,
    married and had issue. He died in
    the battle of Mawanda.

    • Thakur Sardar Singh (qv)
  • Thakur SARDAR SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota
  • Thakur BIJAY SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota, he is
    renowned for unparalleled bravery
    in the battle of Kushtaal Pancholas in 1730; married and had issue.

    • Thakur Jodh Singh (qv)
  • Thakur JODH SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota
  • Thakur BHAIRON SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota, he is
    credited with having built the
    second fort in Mundota in 1775.
  • Thakur SALEM SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota, married
    a Thakurani of Kathda.
  • Thakur CHAND SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota, married
    a Thakurani of Manowara.
  • Thakur DURJANSAL SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota,
    married Thakurani Chandawatji of
    Nokha.
  • Thakur MADHO SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota, married
    1stly, Thakurani Jadoniji from
    Etmadpur near Agra, married 2ndly, Thakurani Jodhiji from Ralawata,
    married 3rdly, Thakurani Kaanlotji from Lamba, and had issue, two sons
    and one daughter.

    • Baisa Gopal Kanwar, married Thakur Sahib Sher
      Singh, Tazim Naresh of Panch Mahal Maroth, Thakur of Jiliya, and had issue.
  • Thakur REWAT SINGH,
    Thakur Sahib of Mundota, married
    1stly, Thakurani Guman Kanwar
    of Dhamli, married 2ndly, Thakurani Gulab Kanwar, daughter of Rao
    Kesari Singhji of Piploda, and had
    issue.

    • Kunwar Devi Singh, died aged in his teens.
    • Col. Thakur Lakshman Singh (qv)
    • Baisa Brij Kanwar,
      married Thakur Sher Singh of Dhankoli.
    • Baisa Jatan Kanwar, married
      Thakur Bhairon Singh of Barkana.
  • Col. Thakur LAKSHMAN SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota,
    educated at Mayo College,
    Ajmer; during WW II he was posted in Italy as an officer of the Sawai
    Man
    Guard and later the Kacchawa Horse, he was the first officer to join
    the
    newly formed 61 Cavalry of the Indian Army at Gwalior; married
    Thakurani Saiyar Kanwar, daughter of Thakur Inder Singh of Peelwa, and had issue.

    • Thakur Tej Singh (qv)
    • Baisa
      Sajjan Kanwar, married Thakur Takhat Singh of Chandelao, and has issue.
  • Thakur TEJ SINGH, Thakur Sahib of Mundota (see
    above)

 

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