Help and FAQs

How to format family tree?

When requesting the addition of a new province of submitting an edit request, try to format the family tree in a way that it is easy to interpret the structure. You can use editing programs like MS Word or Wordpad and create nested lists to represent the family tree, check here for more instructions.

You can even use plain text for formatting the family tree. Here are some examples:

1. Ruler #1
    1.1 Son #1 (qv)
    1.2 Son #2
        1.2.1 Grand-Son #1
        1.2.2 Grand-Son #2
2. Ruler #2 (Son #1 from above)
    2.1 Son #1 (qv)
        2.1.1 Grand-Son #1
        2.1.2 Grand-Son #2
        2.1.3 Grand-Son #3
    2.2 Son #2
Ruler #1
---- Son #1 (qv)
---- Son #2
-------- Grand-Son #1
-------- Grand-Son #2
Ruler #2 (Son #1 from above)
---- Son #1 (qv)
-------- Grand-Son #1
-------- Grand-Son #2
-------- Grand-Son #3
---- Son #2
Ruler #1
    Son #1 (qv)
    Son #2
        Grand-Son #1
        Grand-Son #2
Ruler #2 (Son #1 from above)
    Son #1 (qv)
        Grand-Son #1
        Grand-Son #2
        Grand-Son #3
    Son #2

Picture upload policy

This site is meant to show the culture and heritage of Rajput Royals and not meant for personal advertisements (there's Facebook for that). Please try to upload pictures of the members of the family or any related monuments only. Multiple pictures of an individual may only be permitted if it adds some value to the content. Try to resize very large pictures and rotate them if needed prior to uploading.

Hindi Translations

For writing Province names in Hindi, you can use Google Input Tools and copy-paste the Hindi names in email.