Bhatana (Thikana)

Bhatana is a Thikana of Deora Chauhan Dynasty's Tejawat clan. (Bhatana, Rajasthan, India)
Bhatana Bhatana, Rajasthan, India IN
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Dynasty  :
Clan  :
Tejawat
Revenue  :
1,000 (1893)
Villages  :
3
Hindi Name  :
भटाना

Present Ruler/Head/Tikai/Thakur
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The Thakur Sahib of Bhatana, a Single Tazimi Noble of Sirohi.

History
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This estate was granted to Thakur Tej Singh, grandson of Thakur Randhir Singh, himself grandson of Rao Shri Lakharaj Singh (1451/1483) of , by Maharao Surtan Singhji Sahib of Sirohi (1572/1610) after the Battle of Datani in 1640 samvat. It ranked 12th in the Sirohi Darbar as of 1893.

Predecessors and Genealogy Tree
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  • Thakur TEJ SINGH, 1st Thakur of Bhatana, married and had issue, six sons.
    • Kunwar Verisal
    • Kunwar Puj Singh
    • Thakur Meghraj Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Thakar Singh
    • Kunwar Kalyan Singh
    • Kunwar Jaswant Singh, he was granted the jagir of Dadmana, married and had issue, one son.
      • Thakur Keshari Singh, married and had issue, one son.
        • Thakur Udai Singh, married and had issue, one son.
          • Thakur Nathu Singh, married and had issue, three sons.
            • Thakur Jamant Singh, married and had issue two sons.
              • Thakur Rup Singh
              • Kunwar Bithal Singh
            • Kunwar Jingad Singh, married and had issue, two sons.
              • Kunwar Bhabhut Singh
              • Kunwar Pane Singh
            • Kunwar Ranmal Singh, married and had issue, one son.
              • Kunwar Jeef Singh
  • Thakur MEGHRAJ SINGH, Thakur of Bhatana, married and had issue, five sons. He was killed on the orders of Maharao Akhairaj of Sirohi.
    • Thakur Neth Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Bhakar Singh, he was granted the jagir of Marol.
    • Kunwar Haridas
    • Kunwar Sabal Singh
    • Kunwar Dungar Singh, he left Sirohi and settled in Jasol, Marwar.
  • Thakur NETH SINGH, Thakur of Bhatana, married and had issue, three sons.
    • Thakur Raghunath Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Maan Singh, died 1785 samvat.
    • Thakur Rai Singh, he was granted the jagir of Makwal, married and had issue, four sons.
      • Thakur Hathi Singh, married and had issue, three sons.
        • Thakur Amar Singh, married and had issue, one son.
          • Thakur Sawai Singh, married and had issue, one son.
            • Thakur Jeevraj Singh, married and had issue, two sons.
              • Thakur Prem Singh, died young.
              • Thakur Abhay Singh, married and had issue, two sons.
                • Thakur Chatter Singh, died in the Battle of Datani
                • Thakur Ratan Singh, married and had issue, two sons.
                  • Thakur Ajit Singh, married and had issue, one son.
                    • Thakur Dhul Singh
                  • Kunwar Khushal Singh
        • Kunwar Fateh Singh
        • Kunwar Akha Singh
      • Kunwar Pahad Singh, married and had issue.
        • Kunwar Suraj Singh, married and had issue.
          • Kunwar Jai Singh
      • Kunwar Veerbhan Singh
      • Kunwar Vagat Singh, married and had issue, one son.
        • Kunwar Daulat Singh
        • Kunwar Devi Singh
  • Thakur RAGHUNATH SINGH, Thakur of Bhatana, married and had issue, five sons.
    • Thakur Anand Singh
    • Thakur Sardar Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Abhay Singh
    • Kunwar Harnath Singh
    • Kunwar Udai Singh
  • Thakur SARDAR SINGH, Thakur of Bhatana, married and had issue, two sons. He died in 1806 samvat.
    • Thakur Vaje Singh (qv)
    • Thakur Jagat Singh, he received the jagir of Padar, married and had issue, three sons.
      • Thakur Sheer Singh, married and had issue, one son. He was killed by a relative from Bhatana in 1868 samvat.
        • Thakur Jorawar Singh, married and had issue, three sons.
          • Kunwar Jalam Singh
          • Kunwar Takhat Singh
          • Thakur Sardul Singh, married and had issue, four sons.
            • Thakur Swarup Singh, married and had issue, two sons.
              • Thakur Laxman Singh
              • Kunwar Jujhar Singh
            • Thakur Raghunath Singh, married and had issue, three sons.
              • Kunwar Jujhar Singh
              • Kunwar Mul Singh
              • Kunwar Vijayraj Singh
            • Kunwar Chan Singh
            • Kunwar Bhim Singh
      • Kunwar Udai Singh, married and had issue, one son.
        • Kunwar Lal Singh, married and had issue, three sons.
          • Kunwar Rai Singh, married and had issue, four sons.
            • Kunwar Nahar Singh, married and had issue, two sons.
              • Kunwar Guman Singh
              • Kunwar Dhokal Singh
            • Kunwar Megh Singh, married and had issue, one son.
              • Kunwar Dhul Singh
            • Kunwar Bhawan Singh
            • Kunwar Sangram Singh
          • Kunwar Samer Singh, married and had issue, one son.
            • Kunwar Rag Singh
          • Kunwar Umaid Singh
      • Kunwar Bhadur Singh, married and had issue, one son.
        • Kunwar Lakh Singh, married and had issue, three sons.
          • Kunwar Shivnath Singh
          • Kunwar Khushal Singh
          • Kunwar Maal Dev Singh
  • Thakur VAJE SINGH, Thakur of Bhatana, he divided the jagir into two equal parts between two of his sons; married and had issue, three sons. He died in 1849 samvat.
    • Thakur Sabal Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Ratan Singh
    • Thakur Surajmal of Bhatana Choti Pattani, married and had issue, two sons.
      • Thakur Bhoom Singh
      • Kunwar Anad Singh, married and had issue, two sons.
        • Kunwar Vane Singh
        • Kunwar Naval Singh
  • Thakur SABAL SINGH, Thakur of Bhatana Badi Pattani, he killed Thakur Sheer Singh of Padar in revenge for seeking the help of the Nawab of Palanpur in a family disagreement, the entire village was ruined and settlement was done by Kunwar Gulal Singh of Manadar Badi Pattani, married and had issue, six sons.
    • Thakur Nathu Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Jamat Singh, married and had issue, one son.
      • Kunwar Jawan Singh
    • Kunwar Vagat Singh
    • Kunwar Abhay Singh
    • Kunwar Mul Singh
    • Kunwar Mood Singh
  • Thakur NATHU SINGH, Thakur of Bhatana Badi Pattani, he rebelled against the state forces but was defeated by the British authorities who caught and put him behind bars for six years, he was released in 1914 samvat, but he continued his rebellious ways even more; his estate was confiscated and he fled the state; married and had issue, one son. He died in Jodhpur.
    • Thakur Bharat Singh (qv)
  • Thakur Raj Shri BHARAT SINGH, Thakur of Bhatana Badi Pattani, born about 1853, he continued to fight against the state forces even after his father died, the Maharaja of Jodhpur mediated in the dispute with the Maharao of Sirohi, the result was that the Thakur of Bhatana was fined 1400Rs but the estate was returned to him, he was granted the honour of a Single Tazim in acknowledgement of his bravery; married and had issue, one son.
    • Thakur Udairaj Singh (qv)
  • Thakur UDAIRAJ SINGH, Thakur of Bhatana Badi Pattani

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