PADIV

 

PADIV (Thikana)

 

VILLAGES: 4 REVENUE: 4,425Rs ACCESSION: xx
LOCATION: Sirohi DYNASTY: Deora (Dungrawat clan) RELIGION: Hindu

 

PRESENT RULER: Rajsahiban Shri
BALWANT
SINGHJI Sahib
, Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY:
This is a small estate of four villages originally granted to Rao Gaja
Singh, a younger son of Rao Shri Ranmal Singh of Sirohi. In 1893, it ranked 6th in
precedence amongst the nobles of Sirohi. Rulers
were ….

    1. Raj Sahiban GAJA SINGHJI,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, he was granted the thikana of
      Padiv; married
      Rani Dev Kunwar, daughter of Rao Jagmal Solanki, and had issue, one son.

      • Raj Sahiban Dungar Singh (qv)

 

    1. Raj Sahiban DUNGAR SINGH
      [Dungarji], Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, he received Radbar in
      Jagir and was the
      founder of the Dungrawat families of
      Padiv, Kalandri, Motagaon, Jawal
      and Mandwada,
      married
      and
      had issue, ten sons.

      • Raj Sahiban Alam Singh (qv)
      • Shri Bedha Singh, founder of the Bedhawat clan of Radbar,
        Chuli, Chotila, Telpur and Pindwara.
      • Shri Hathi Singh
      • Shri Jhajad Singh,
        founder of the Virwada, Severa and Viroli families.
      • Shri Mehar Singh
      • Shri Soda Singh
      • Shri Beda Singh, founder of Posaliya.
      • Shri Lal Singh
      • Shri Hem Singh
      • Shri Ram Singh

 

    1. Raj Sahiban ALAM SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, he received Odha in Jagir in
      1515, married and had issue, two sons and
      one daughter.

      • Raj Sahiban Tej Singh (qv)
      • Shri Juj Singh, died young
      • Baisa Guman
        Kunwar, married Maharaj Shakti Singh of Mewar.

 

    1. Raj Sahiban TEJ SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married
      and had issue, six
      sons.

      • Raj Sahiban Nahar Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Shri Kalyan Singh of Nava
      • Thakur Madh Singh
      • Thakur Rud Singh,
        founder of the Vajawat clan of Manadar, Jadoli, Lotiwada, Andhor,
        Bavli, Satapur and Morli.
      • Thakur Ganga Singh
      • Thakur Abha Singh

 

    1. Raj Sahiban NAHAR SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married Rani Raj Kunwar, daughter
      of Rao Jodh Singh Rathore, and had issue, six sons.

      • Raj Sahiban Savar Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Sur Singh [Suraji], he was granted the estate of
        Hakiwada, married and had issue, four sons, the Surawat clan.

        • Thakur Samant Singh, he was granted the estate of Kalandri.
        • Thakur Pratap Singh, he was granted the estate of Nimboda.
        • Thakur Kalyan Singh, he was granted the estate of Artwada in 1648 samvat; married
          and had
          issue, seven sons.
          • Thakur Mehar Singh, he succeeded to the estate of
            Artwada, and was founder of the Meharwat Deora.
          • Thakur Amar Singh, he was granted the estate of
            Jogapura, and was founder of the Amrawat Deora.
          • Thakur Naryan Singh, he was granted the estate of
            Budairi
          • Thakur Shiv Singh
          • Thakur Sagat Singh
          • Thakur Champa Singh
          • Thakur Sahib Khan
        • Thakur Taga, died young.
      • Thakur Bhim Singh,
        founder of the Bhimawat clan of Bhutgaon.
      • Thakur Arjun Singh
      • Thakur Kumbhkaran Singh
      • Thakur Beda Singh

 

    1. Raj Sahiban SAVAR SINGH
      [Samarji], Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married and had issue,
      five sons.

      • Raj Sahiban Bhairon Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Nag Singh
      • Thakur Bhan Singh
      • Thakur Nath Singh
      • Thakur Jaimal

 

    1. Raj Sahiban BHAIRON SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married and had issue, five
      sons.

      • Raj Sahiban Ram Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Sanga Singh, he was granted the estate of Mandwada
        in Sirohi, as well as the estate of Karmavas in Marwar
        from the Maharaja
        of Jodhpur; married and had issue, three sons.
      • Thakur Shambhu Singh, he was granted the estate of Savrat.
      • Thakur Karm Singh
      • Thakur Amar Singh,
        died in the battle of Sureli.

 

    1. Raj Sahiban RAM SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married and had issue, four sons.

      • Thakur Karan Singh
      • Raj Sahiban Kesar Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Lal Singh
      • Thakur Karat Singh

 

    1. Raj Sahiban KESAR SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married and had issue, three sons
      and two daughters.

      • Baisa Pyar Kunwar, married Thakur Ajit Singh Jhala.
      • Baisa Jas Kunwar, married Thakur Man Singh Jodha of
        Marwar.
      • Raj Sahiban Mukandas (qv)
      • Thakur Madh Singh, he was granted the estate of Javal;
        married and had issue.

        • Thakur Vanidas, he succeded his father in Javal.
        • Shri Vaje Singh
      • Thakur Biharidas, he was granted the estate of Naradara.

 

    1. Raj Sahiban MUKANDAS,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married and had issue, five sons.

      • Thakur Narayan Singh, married and had issue. He died
        young.

        • Shri Shiv Dan Singh
        • Shri
          Godh Singh
        • Shri Harnath Singh
      • Raj Sahiban Nar Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Bakidas, he was granted the estate of
        Bagsin.
      • Thakur Anand Singh, married and had issue, one son.
        • Shri Hari Das,he was granted the estate of
          Makroda, married and had issue, two sons.
          • Shri Juj Singh
          • Shri Vagat Singh
      • Thakur Sujan Singh

 

    1. Raj Sahiban NAR SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married and had issue, one son.

      • Raj Sahiban Lad Singh (qv)

 

    1. Raj Sahiban LAD SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married and had issue, two sons.

      • Raj Sahiban Hati Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Guman Singh, he was granted the estate of Palri,
        married and had issue, five sons.

        • Kanwar Mokam Singh, he was adopted by his uncle and
          succeeded as Raj Sahiban Mokam Singh (qv)

 

    1. Raj Sahiban HATI SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married and had issue, four sons as well as
      an adoptive son.

      • Thakur Pratap Singh
      • Thakur Shivnath Singh
      • Thakur Vagat Singh
      • Thakur Amar Singh, married and had issue, one son.
        • Shri Vane Singh
      • (A) Thakur Mokam Singh, he was adopted from Palri,
        son of Thakur Guman Singh.

 

    1. Raj Sahiban MOKAM SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married and had issue, three sons.

      • Raj Sahiban Ratan Singh (qv)
      • Shri Jeeva Singh
      • Shri Khuman Singh

 

    1. Raj Sahiban RATAN SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married and had issue, three sons.

      • Thakur Himmat Singh
      • Raj Sahiban Bhabhut Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Shardul Singh

 

    1. Raj Sahiban BHABHUT SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv -/1836, he died sp in 1893
      Samvat
      .

 

    1. Raj Sahiban DAULAT SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv 1836/1876, born as Kanwar Daulat Singh, son
      of Thakur Pratap Singh of Palri; married and had issue, one son. He
      died 1933 samvat.

      • Thakur Shivnath Singh, died young.

 

    1. Raj Sahiban MUL SINGH,
      Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv 1876/1889, he was adopted from Bagsin; Chief
      of Sirayats in Sirohi; married
      and had issue, one son. He died 1946 samvat.

      • Raj Sahiban Shri Abhai Singhji Sahib (qv)

 

    1. Raj Sahiban Shri ABHAI
      SINGHJI Sahib
      , Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv, married 1stly, Rani
      Maan Kunwar, daughter of Thakur Juhar Singh of Jhalerao, married 2ndly,
      Rani Raj Kunwar, daughter of Thakur Raghunath Singh of Kalapura, and
      had issue, two sons.

      • Thakur Amar Singh, died young.
      • Raj Sahiban Shri
        Balwant
        Singhji Sahib (qv)

 

  1. Raj Sahiban Shri
    BALWANT
    SINGHJI Sahib
    , Thakur Raj Shri of Padiv (see above)

OTHER MEMBERS:

  • Kumari Preeti Deora of Padiv, presently (2009) engaged to
    Kunvar Veer Bhadra Singh of Alaniawas, born 7th February
    1979.

 

 

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