Information

Dynasty

Clan

Champawat

State

Jodhpur (Jalore Dist.)

Revenue

INR 28,750

Villages

10

Hindi Name

आहोर

Also known as

Ahore

Last Updated

4th Apr, 2014

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Thakur MAHIPAL SINGH, Thakur of Ahor, married to Baijilal Sairendri Kumari of Badgaon. Second Class Noble of Marwar and Double Tazimi Sirayat.
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History

A larger estate belonging to the Champawat Rathore clan (Aaidanot branch, Jagannathot sub branch) in Jalor Pargana, Jodhpur consisting of 10 villages with a revenue of Rs. 28,750 with double tazim. The estate of Kakani with a revenue of of Rs. 6000, was granted to Thakur Aai Dan by Maharaja Jaswant Singh of Marwar in 1662. This estate was confiscated by the Mughals after the death of Maharaja Jaswant Singh in 1678.
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Genealogy

  • Thakur AAI DAN, Thakur of Kakani 1662/1679, born , second son of Thakur Dalpat Singhji I of Rohet; married 1stly, Thakurani Sahaj Kanwar, daughter of Chauhan Rao Balluji of Salari, married 2ndly, Thakurani Taj Kanwar, daughter of Shekhawat Thakur Hari Singh, married 3rdly, Thakurani Kas Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Rao Prayag Das, married 4thly, Thakurani Pane Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Rahunath Das of Lawera, married 5thly, Thakurani Heer Kanwar, another daughter of Bhati Thakur Raghunath Das of Lawera, and had issue, seven sons.
    • Kunwar Sujan Singh (by Thakurani Sahaj Kanwar), married and had issue, two sons, ancestors of the Thakurs of Kharda, Sirana, Khejarli and Rajod estates. He died in the battle of Khaibar.
      • Kunwar Mukund Das
      • Kunwar Raghunath Das
    • Kunwar Sabal Singh
    • Kunwar Sanwal Das, died in Delhi.
    • Kunwar Ram Singh, died in Delhi.
    • Thakur Tej Singh (by Thakurani Heer Kanwar), married and had issue, the Thakurs of Auwa, Bithoda, Divandi, Bamsin, Bato, Janiwara, Harji, Lambia, Badso and Bhiiwalia estates. He died in the battle of Dunada.
    • Kunwar Bhan Singh
    • Thakur Jagannath Singh (by Thakurani Heer Kanwar) (qv)
    • Kunwar Sagat Singh (by Thakurani Heer Kanwar), married and had issue (see Rohet).
  • Thakur JAGANNATH SINGH, 1st Thakur of Ahor 1706/-, he was granted the estate of Ahor in 1706 by Maharaja Ajit Singh of Marwar after the battle of Dunada, married 1stly, Thakurani Sireh Kanwar, daughter of Sisodia Thakur Pratap Singh Amarsinghot, married 2ndly, Thakurani Panna Kanwar, daughter of Deora Thakur Nathu Singh of Kalandri, and had issue, four sons.
    • Thakur Ranchor Das (by Thakurani Panna Kanwar) (qv)
    • Thakur Mohkam Singh (Thakurani Panna Kanwar), he was granted Kakani (1 village, Rs 6250) in Jodhpur pargana, Jodhpur by Maharaja Bakhat Singh of Jodhpur in 1751; married and had issue, three sons.
      • Kunwar Ummed Singh
      • Thakur Bakhtawar Singh, Thakur of Kakani, married and had issue, five sons.
        • Kunwar Fateh Singh, married and had issue, one son. He died vp.
          • Thakur Khuman Singh, Thakur of Kakani, married and had issue, two sons. He died in the battle of Merta in 1790.
            • Thakur Swarup Singh, Thakur of Kakani, married and had issue, two sons.
              • Thakur Shardul Singh, Thakur of Kakani, married and had issue, two sons.
                • Thakur Gordhan Singh, Thakur of Kakani, married and had adoptive issue.
                  • (A) Thakur Pane Singh, Thakur of Kakani, succeded by adoption.
                • Thakur Bharat Singh, married and had issue.
                  • Kunwar Pane Singh, adopted by his uncle and succeded as Thakur Pane Singh of Kakani (qv)
              • Kunwar Mukund Singh
            • Kunwar Achal Singh
        • Thakur Kalyan Singh of Prithvi Raj ka Gurha
        • Kunwar Sawai Singh of Khinvsingh ka Gurha, died in Gundoj.
        • Kunwar Padam Singh of Prthvi Raj ka Gurha
        • Thakur Nathu Singh, he was granted the estate of Chiparwara (1 village, Rs 3000), in Jalor Pargana, Jodhpur by Maharaja Man Singh between 1793-1803; married and had issue, three sons.
          • Thakur Bane Singh, Thakur of Chiparwara; married and had issue, one son.
            • Thakur Gyan Singh, he was adopted by Thakur Suraj Mal of Budhtara (see below); married and had issue.
              • Thakur Daulat Singh (eldest son), Thakur of Chiparwara, he succeeded his grandfather; married and had issue, four sons.
                • Kunwar Sardar Singh
                • Kunwar Umed Singh
                • Kunwar Kan Singh
                • Kunwar Zorawar Singh
          • Kunwar Bhopal Singh
          • Kunwar Takhat Singh
      • Kunwar Lal Singh, he settled in Gurha near Bali.
    • Thakur Girdhar Das (by Thakurani Sireh Kanwar), he was granted Budhtara (2 villages, Rs 7000) in Jalor Pargana, Jodhpur by Maharaja Abhai Singh of Jodhpur in 1733 for supporting him in the siege of Ahmedabad in 1730, married and had issue, two sons.
      • Thakur Sheodan Singh, Thakur of Budhtara; married and had issue, two sons.
        • Kunwar Lakh Singh, died in childhood.
        • Thakur Surajmal, Thakur of Budhtara, he adopted Kunwar Gyan Singh, only son of Thakur Bane Singh of Chiparwara (see above); married and had issue, three daughters as well adoptive issue.
          • Baisa Chand Kanwar, married Solanki Thakur Udai Singh of Kot.
          • Baisa Daulat Kanwar, married Maharaj Hathi Singh of Thikana Sanwar in Mewar.
          • Baisa Fateh Kanwar
          • (A) Thakur Gyan Singh, Thakur of Budhtara, succeeded by adoption, married and had issue, three sons and one daughter.
            • Thakur Daulat Singh, Thakur of Chiparwara, succeeded his grandfather, Thakur Bane Singh, in Chiparwara.
            • Thakur Bhabhut Singh, Thakur of Budhtara; married and had issue, one son.
              • Thakur Kundan Singh, Thakur of Budhtara.
            • Kunwar Shambhu Dan
            • Baisa Jav Kanwar, married Deora Thakur Gyan Singh of Manadar or Mandar?.
      • Kunwar Man Singh
    • Thakur Narhar Das (by Thakurani Sireh Kanwar), he was granted Barwa (1 village, Rs 1500) in Jodhpur Pargana, Jodhpur by Maharaja Bakhat Singh of Jodhpur in 1751 for his services in the battle of Lunas in 1750; married and had issue, one son.
      • Thakur Indra Bhan, Thakur of Barwa, he took part in a battle near Merta against Jayappa Scindia in 1754 for which he was further granted one village of Saran, married and had issue, two sons.
        • Kunwar Jaswant Singh
        • Thakur Padam Singh, Thakur of Barwa, he took part in the battle of Merta in 1790; married Thakurani Indra Kanwar, daughter of Chauhan Thakur Shiv Singh Udaibhanot, and had issue, one son. He died in .
          • Thakur Prithvi Singh, Thakur of Barwa, he adopted Kunwar Kushal Singh, fourth son of Thakur Indra Singh of Rohet; married and had adoptive issue.
          • (A) Thakur Kushal Singh, Thakur of Barwa, succeeded by adoption; he adopted Kunwar Sardar Singh, son of Thakur Bhairo Singh of Kharda, married and had adoptive issue.
            • (A) Thakur Sardar Singh, Thakur of Barwa, succeded by adoption.
  • Thakur RANCHOR DAS, Thakur of Ahor, he took part in the battle of Gangwana in 1730, he was further granted the villages of Bhenswara, Bhanli and Paota in addition to Ahor, and his brothers were also granted separate estates by Maharaja Bakhat Singh of Jodhpur after the battle of Merta in 1751, married 1stly, Thakurani Madan Kanwar, daughter of Chundawat Thakur Karan Singh Gokaldasot of Gurha, married 2ndly, Thakurani Chand Kanwar, daughter of Deora Thakur Ballu Singh Bithaldasot, and had issue, three sons and a daughter, all by the first wife.
    • Thakur Bihari Das (by Thakurani Madan Kanwar) (qv)
    • Thakur Meghraj Singh (by Thakurani Madan Kanwar)
    • Thakur Lal Singh (by Thakurani Madan Kanwar), he was granted the estate of Rakhi, married and had issue.
      • Thakur Pratap Singh of Rakhi, during his tenure, the estate was confiscated.
    • Baisa Suraj Kanwar (by Thakurani Madan Kanwar), married to the Maharawal of Jaisalmer.
  • Thakur BIHARI DAS, Thakur of Ahor, married 1stly, Thakurani Raj Kanwar, daughter of Deora Thakur Sur Singh Durjansinhot of Palri, married 2ndly, Thakurani Vijai Kanwar, daughter of Deora Thakur Daulat Singh Nagrajot, and had issue, three sons.
    • Thakur Raj Singh (by Thakurani Raj Kanwar) (qv)
    • Thakur Jagat Singh (by Thakurani Raj Kanwar), he was granted the estate of Bhenswara by Maharaja Vijai Singh of Jodhpur in 1760, he adopted his nephew, Kunwar Gulab Singh of Chavarcha; married and had adoptive issue.
    • Thakur Kesari Singh (by Thakurani Raj Kanwar), he was granted the estate of Chavarcha (1 village, Rs 2000) in Jalor Pargana, Jodhpur by Maharaja Man Singh of Jodhpur in 1803; he was an ally of the Maharaja in rebellion of the Champawat nobles under the Thakur of Pokhran in 1807/08; married Thakurani Panna Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Sher Singh Gajsinhot of Hungaon, and had issue, two sons and two daughters.
      • Kunwar Gulab Singh, he was adopted by his uncle, Thakur Jagat Singh of Bhenswara, and succeded there as Thakur Gulab Singh of Bhenswara.
      • Thakur Bhairu Singh, Thakur of Chavarcha, married Thakurani Lachh Kanwar, daughter of Chauhan Thakur Zorawar Singh Kansinhot of Jhabri, and had issue, three sons and two daughters.
        • Thakur Jeevraj Singh, Thakur of Chavarcha, married Thakurani Chand Kanwar, daughter of Balot Thakur Bairisal Lakhsinhot of Dandiali, and had issue, one son.
          • Thakur Chiman Singh, Thakur of Chavarcha.
        • Kunwar Guman Singh
        • Kunwar Vijai Singh, he was adopted by Thakur Prem Singh of Sarthal in Kotah, and succeded there as Thakur Vijai Singh of Sarthal.
        • Baisa Roop Kanwar, married Ranawat Maharaj Padam Singh of Nana
        • Baisa Hans Kanwar, married Deora Thakur Sabal Singh of Mandar in Sirohi.
      • Baisa Kushal Kanwar, married Shaktawat Thakur Abhai Singh of Lawa
      • Baisa Indra Kanwar
  • Thakur RAJ SINGH, Thakur of Ahor, married 1stly, Thakurani Khuman Kanwar, daughter of Chauhan Thakur Suraj Singh Raghunathsinhot of Mundoti in Idar, married 2ndly, Thakurani Ajan Kanwar, daughter of Deora Thakur Mansingh Ladkhanot, and had issue, one son.
    • Thakur Onad Singh [Anar Singh] (by Thakurani Khuman Kanwar) (qv)
  • Thakur ONAD SINGH, Thakur of Ahor, he was granted various extra villages for his services, but after the murder of Ayasnath in 1815, Maharaja Man Singh of Jodhpur, began to doubt his loyalty, and he therefore left Ahor and settled in Kotah, where he was granted the estate of Sarthal near Jhalawar by Maharao Ummed Singh of Kotah, which has remained with his descendants; he was later invited back to Jodhpur by Maharaja Chatar Singh; married 1stly, Thakurani Badan Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Jodh Singh Aaidanot, married 2ndly, Thakurani Fateh Kanwar, daughter of Deora Thakur Bhim Singh of Mandar in Sirohi, married 3rdly, Thakurani Lal Kanwar, daughter of Khangarot Jivan Singh Paharsinhot of Dudu in Jaipur, and had issue, two sons.
    • Thakur Shaktidan Singh (by Thakurani Fateh Kanwar) (qv)
    • Thakur Prem Singh (by Thakurani Lal Kanwar), succeded to the estate of Sarthal, married and had adoptive issue.
      • (A) Thakur Vijai Singh of Sarthal, married and had issue.
        • Kunwar Bhawani Singh, he was adopted by Thakur Lal Singh of Ahor, and succeded there as Thakur Bhawani Singh of Ahor (see below).
  • Thakur SHAKTIDAN SINGH, Thakur of Ahor, married Thakurani Chiman Kanwar, daughter of Hada Maharaj Shivdan Singh Nathusinhot of Gainta in Kotah, and had issue, one son.
    • Thakur Jaswant Singh (qv)
  • Thakur JASWANT SINGH, Thakur of Ahor, married 1stly, Thakurani Roop Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Shaktidan Jodhsinghot of Satheen, married 2ndly, Thakur Babhut Kanwar, daughter of Deora Thakur Nathu Singh Tejsinhot of Buwada, married 3rdly, Thakurani Kundan Kanwar, daughter of Deora Thakur Mohkam Singh Surajmalot of Badgaon, and had issue, one son. He died after 1857.
    • Thakur Lal Singh (by Thakurani Roop Kanwar) (qv)
  • Thakur LAL SINGH, Thakur of Ahor, he adopted Kunwar Bhawani Singh of Sarthal (see above), married Thakurani Man Kanwar, daughter of Ranawat Maharaj Laxman Singh Bhairusinhot of Sanwar in Udaipur, married and had adoptive issue. He died spm.
    • (A) Thakur Bhawani Singh (qv)
  • Thakur BHAWANI SINGH, Thakur of Ahor, son of Thakur Vijai Singh of Sarthal in Kotah (adoptive son of Thakur Prem Singh of Sarthal, see above), married and had issue, one son.
    • Thakur Rawat Singh (qv)
  • Thakur RAWAT SINGH, Thakur of Ahor, married and had issue, two sons.
    • Thakur Narpat Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Man Singh(qv)
  • Thakur NARPAT SINGH, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer.
  • Thakur MAN SINGH, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer.
    • Thakur Prithvi Singh (qv)
  • Thakur PRITHVI SINGH.
    • Thakur Mahipal Singh (qv)
  • Thakur MAHIPAL SINGH (see above).
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