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This is a smaller estate belonging to the Champawat Rathores (Aaidanot branch, Sagatsinhot sub-branch) in Pali Pargana, Jodhpur consisting of one village with a revenue of Rs. 5000.
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Genealogy

  • Thakur Sujan Singh, a son of Thakur Aaidan of Kakani (see Rohet), and his first wife, Thakurani Sahaj Kanwar; married and had issue, two sons. He died in a battle at Kahibar.
    • Thakur Mukund Das, married and had issue, descendants are in Morka. He was killed in 1708 on the orders of Maharaja Ajit Singh of Jodhpur.
    • Thakur Raghunath Das (qv)
  • Thakur RAGHUNATH DAS, Thakur of Kharda, he used to stay with Rathore Thakur Durga Das at Delhi as well as in Patam; he was given a mansab of 500 jaat and 300 sawar; he was appointed haakim of Jodhpur in 1707 by Maharaja Ajit Singh; as a result of some intrigue by courtiers at the Jodhpur court, he was ordered to be killed by Maharaja Ajit Singh, along with his brother; married and had issue, five sons. He was killed 1708 on the orders of Maharaja Ajit Singh of Jodhpur.
    • Thakur Kesari Singh
    • Thakur Kishan Das, along with his brothers, he fled Jodhpur for Mewar, but in 1726, Maharaja Abhai Singh invited them back to Jodhpur, and they were granted various estates, he was confirmed in his possession of Kharda worth Rs 5,000; he took part in the battle against Maharaja Bakhat Singh of Jodhpur, for which he was also given the estate of Sirana earlier held by his father; married and had issue, three sons. He was killed 1741 in the battle of Gangawana.
      • Kunwar Chandra Bhan
      • Kunwar Anand Singh
      • Thakur Shyam Singh (qv)
    • Thakur Bishan Das, he was granted the estate of Rajoda (1 village, Rs 2000) in Nagor pargana, Jodhpur by Maharaja Abhai Singh of Jodhpur in 1726 after he was recalled from Mewar; married Thakurani Kesar Kanwar, daughter of Chundawat Rawat Hari Singh of Lasani, and had issue, four sons. He was killed 1741 in the battle of Gangawana.
      • Thakur Manohar Das, Thakur of Rajoda, married and had issue, four sons.
        • Thakur Vijai Singh, married and had issue, one son.
          • Thakur Sher Singh, Thakur of Rajoda, married and had issue, four sons.
            • Thakur Nawal Singh, Thakur of Rajoda, married and had issue, two sons.
              • Thakur Lal Singh, Thakur of Rajoda, married and had issue, three sons.
                • Thakur Tejmal, Thakur of Rajoda.
                • Kunwar Dhan Singh
                • Kunwar Bhim Singh
    • Thakur Surat Singh, he was granted the estate of Khejarli (1 village, 3,000Rs) in Jodhpur pargana, Jodhpur by Maharaja Abhai Singh of Jodhpur in 1726; married and had issue, one son and one daughter. He died in the battle of Sogawas fighting on the side of Maharaja Bakhat Singh of Jodhpur.
      • Thakur Sangram Singh, Thakur of Khejarli 1750/-, married and had issue, six sons.
        • Thakur Jalam Singh, Thakur of Khejarli -/1790, married and had issue, four sons. He died in the battle of Merta.
          • Thakur Salam Singh, Thakur of Khejarli 1790/-, married and had issue, three sons and two daughters.
            • Thakur Shardul Singh, Thakur of Khejarli, married and had issue, two sons and one daughter.
              • Thakur Tej Singh, Thakur of Khejarli, married and had issue, one son.
                • Thakur Ratan Singh, Thakur of Khejarli, married and had issue, two sons.
                  • Kunwar Heer Singh
                  • Kunwar Bhola Singh
              • Baisa Sringar Kanwar, married Thakur Sabal Singh of Mandar (Choti Patni) in Sirohi.
            • Baisa Jait Kanwar, married Maharao Shri Udaibhan Singhji of Sirohi. She died sp.
            • Baisa Sardar Kunwar, married 1870 samvat (as his first wife), Maharao Shri Sheo Singhji of Sirohi, and had issue.
          • Kunwar Jaswant Singh
          • Kunwar Onar Singh, settled in Pipalya in Narsingarh.
          • kunwar Chhatar Singh
      • Baisa Kishan Kanwar, married the Chandrawat Thakur Sahib of Rampura.
    • Thakur Vijai Singh
  • Thakur SHYAM SINGH, Thakur of Kharda -/1754, married and had issue, one son and some daughters. He was killed 1754 in battle against Jayappa Scindia near Merta.
    • Thakur Shambhu Dan (qv)
    • Baisa Phool Kanwar, married Maharawal Mulraj Singhji II of Jaisalmer.
  • Thakur SHAMBHU DAN, Thakur of Kharda 1754/-, he took part in various battles, including that of Tunga in 1787, at Merta in 1790 and at Fagi in 1807; married and had issue, five sons.
    • Thakur Ram Singh (qv)
    • Thakur Indra Singh, he was granted the estate of Sirana (1 village, Rs. 4100) in Pachpadra pargana, Jodhpur by Maharaja Man Singh of Jodhpur in 1807, married and had issue, four sons.
      • Thakur Heer Singh, Thakur of Sirana, married and had issue, four sons and one daughter.
        • Thakur Man Singh, Thakur of Sirana, married and had issue, five sons.
          • Thakur Chiman Singh, Thakur of Sirana.
          • Kunwar Jawahar Singh
          • Kunwar Mohabat Singh
          • Kunwar Lal Singh
          • Kunwar Bakhtawar Singh
        • Baisa Anant Kanwar, married Bhati Thakur Ranjit Singh of Balarwa.
    • Kunwar Karan Singh
    • Kunwar Amar Singh
    • Kunwar Jai Singh
    • Baisa Kundan Kanwar, married Chandrawat Thakur Durjan Singh of Pairi.
  • Thakur RAM SINGH, Thakur of Kharda, married and had issue, two sons.
    • Thakur Prem Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Mohan Singh
  • Thakur PREM SINGH, Thakur of Kharda, married and had issue, eight sons.
    • Thakur Pahar Singh (qv)
  • Thakur PAHAR SINGH, Thakur of Kharda, married and had issue, four sons.
    • Thakur Bharat Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Padam Singh
    • Kunwar Bhom Singh
    • Thakur Bhairon Singh (qv)
  • Thakur BHARAT SINGH, Thakur of Kharda, died sp.
  • Thakur BHAIRON SINGH,Thakur of Kharda, married and had issue.
    • Kunwar Sardar Singh, he was adopted by Thakur Kushal Singh of Barwa.
The help of Deepak Aggarwal is gratefully acknowledged, February 2009.
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