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Rawal RAGHUVEER SINGHJI, 12th and present Rawal Saheb of Dhula married Rajkumari Jaya Kumari [Rani Jaya Kumari of Dhula], youngest daughter of Rana Jaiwant Singh of Sanand, and has issue, five daughters.
  • Baisa Yogini Kumari, married Kanwar Mahaindra Singh of Jalwa, and has issue, two daughters and a son.
    • Kumari Shivranjini
    • Kumari Shivangani
    • Bhawar Shivrudra Singh
  • Baisa Jyoti Kumari, married to Bhanwar Raghuraj Singh, and has issue, two daughters.
    • Kumari Ravija
    • Kumari Lalitambara
  • Baisa Meenakshi Kumari, married to Kunwar B. P. Singh, and has issue, one daughter and one son.
    • Kumari Urvashi
    • Kuwar Digveer Singh
  • Baisa Deepika Kumari, married to Kunwar Durjay Singh of Masuda, and has issue, one son.
    • Bhawar Chitranjan Singh
  • Baisa Nandita Kumari, married to Kunwar Udaiveer Singh, and has issue, one son.
    • Bhawar Girishaiya Singh, adopted by Rawal RAGHUVEER SINGHJI as his successor.
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The family belongs to the Durjansinghot branch of the Rajawat sub-clan, descended from Raja Man Singh of Jaipur (1590/1615). Rulers were....
  • Thakur DURJAN SINGH, 1st Thakur of Dhula -/1597, he was born as the fourth son of Mirza Raja Man Singhji I of Amber, and his wife, Rani Sahodra Gaud, and he received the Jagir of Dhula from his father, a general in the Imperial Mughal army; captured the fort of Kakrura in 1596, and recaptured the fort of Busna in June 1597, married and had issue. He was killed in a fierce naval engagement 19 kilometres off Vikrampur on 5th September 1597.
    • Thakur Purshottam Singh (qv)
  • Thakur PURSHOTTAM SINGH, 2nd Thakur of Dhula 1597/-, mansabdar in the mughal army, married and had issue.
    • Thakur Ramchandra Singh (qv)
  • Thakur RAMCHANDRA SINGH, 3rd Thakur of Dhula, mansabdar in the Mughal army, married and had issue. He died in battle.
    • Thakur Nirbhay Singh (qv)
  • Thakur NIRBHAY SINGH, 4th Thakur of Dhula, he may have been a grandson of Thakur Ramchandra Singh rather than a son, married and had issue.
    • Rawat Dalal Singh (qv)
  • Rawal DALAL SINGH, 5th Rawal of Dhula -/1767, born about 1692, a brave general and a trusted noble of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II of Jaipur, serving as Faujdar and Kotwal, built Dalalgarh in Dhula Village and Dhula Haveli in Jaipur. He led the Jaipur forces as the commander in chief in numerous battles, including the well known battle of Maunda and Mandoli against Maharaja Jawahir Singh of Bharatpur in the 1767. Though he fought bravely and won the battle, he died in the battle along with his son and grandson, he married and had issue. He died 1767 aged 75.
    • Kunwar Laxman Singh, was granted the Thikana of Thetra, which reverted back to Dhula, when he died without issue. He died sp in battle at Maunda in 1767.
    • Kunwar Raghunath Singh, married and had issue. He died in battle.
      • Kunwar Raghuraj Singh, died in battle at Maunda in 1767.
      • Kunwar Megh Singh, succeeded as Rawat Megh Singh (qv)
      • Kunwar Hathi Singh, died young.
  • Rawal MEGH SINGH, 6th Rawal of Dhula 1767/-, married Rani Kushal Kanwar, daughter of Thakur Bhagwat Singh of Rohet, and his first wife, Thakurani Chand Kanwar, and had issue, one son.
    • Rawat Bagh Singh (qv)
  • Rawal BAGH SINGH, 7th Rawal of Dhula, married and had issue.
    • Rawat Ranjeet Singh (qv)
  • Rawal RANJEET SINGH, 8th Rawal of Dhula, Member of the Panch Musahibat, Nazim of Shekhawati and Torawati, married and had issue.
    • Rawat Bairisal Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Nathu Singh
  • Rawal BAIRISAL SINGH, 9th Rawal of Dhula -/1893, married and had issue, as well as adoptive issue. He died spm 23rd March 1893.
    • (A) Rawal Bannai Singh (qv)
  • Rawal BANNAI SINGH, 10th Rawal of Dhula 1893/-, born , son of Thakur Arjun Sal of Thetra in Jaipur, he succeeded by adoption, married 1stly, daughter of the Raja of Majhauli in Oudh, died at an early age, married 2ndly, daughter of the Thakur of Kupras, married 3rdly, daughter of the Thakur Saheb of Thikana Nimoria in Jaipur, died sp, married 4thly, daughter of the Thakur Saheb of Thikana Jaola in Jodhpur, and had issue, three sons and three daughters.
    • Baisa (name unknown), married Thakur Bijay Singh of Thikana Metra in Jodhpur.
    • Rawat Kuber Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Sumer Singh, died young.
    • Kunwar Devi Singh, died young.
    • Baisa Samundar Kumari, married to the Raja Saheb of Ramkot in Oudh.
    • Baisa Ummed Kanwar, married to Thakur Bhawani Singhji Saheb of Thikana Balunda in Jodhpur, and had issue, four sons and three daughters.
  • Rawal KUBER SINGH, 11th Rawal of Dhula, married Rani Shrai Kumari, eldest daughter of Rao Bahadur Thakur Nathu Singh of Thikana Ras in Jodhpur, and had issue.
    • Baisa Kiran Kumari, married Raja Dhokal Singh of Garaha (M.P), and has issue, two sons and one daughter.
      • Kunwar Surendra Singh
      • Kunwar Sumer Singh
      • Baisa Kumud Kumari
    • Baisa Pushpa Kumari, married Raja Ajit Singhji of Chhaliar, and has issue, one daughter.
      • Baisa Vandana Kumari
    • Rawal Raghuveer Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Raghvaindra Singh, died young.
    • Kunwar Durga Singh, died young.
    • Baisa Tej Kumari, married Thakur Mahendra Singh Vaghela, and has issue, one son and one daughter.
      • Baisa Jaishri Kumari
      • Kunwar Manvir Singh Vaghela
    • Kunwar Khem Singh, adopted to Thetra, married Rajkumari Nidhi Singh, daughter of Raja Anand Braham Shah of Agori Barhar (U.P.), and has issue, two sons.
      • Kunwar Bodaishwar Singh Rajawat, born , educated at Daly College, Indore (Hotel Management); self employed, runs a jungle camp in Bhandav Garh National Park.
      • Kunwar Hemang Singh Rajawat, born , educated at Daly College, Indore and Allahabad University (B.A.), presentely working in a leading travel firm in Jaipur (2005).
    • Rani Subh Kumari, married Maharaj Shri Ranjeet Singh of Pratapgarh, and has issue, one daughter.
      • Rajkumari Jyotsana Kumari
  • Rawal RAGHUVEER SINGH, 12th Rawal of Dhula (see above)
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