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Dynasty

Clan

Virpura

Villages

62

Hindi Name

मोटी मोरी

Last Updated

1st Dec, 2017

Present Head

Thakur Shree Dilipsinhji
  • Shree Yogirajsinhji
  • Shree Yajuvendrasinh
  • Shree Baisa Harendrakuverba
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History

The ancestors of the family are descendants of Sidhraj, Raja of Anhilwara Patan, are said to have established themselves as Chiefs of Virpur in 1225, later in 1434, Rana Bhimsinghji moved his capital to Lunawada across the Mahi. Bhimsinhji's younger brother, Shree Kirtisinhji, son Hemrajsinhji and his son Meghrajsinhji establish new jagir of 42 village in Meghraj (samvat 1410) and later shifted his jagir at Moti mori and establish 62 village jagir in samvat 1601 by Thakur Shree Raimalsinhji.
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Genealogy

  • Rao Veerdhavalshinhji
    • Shree Bhimsinhji (qv)
    • Shree Ramsinhji
    • Shree Kirtisinhji
      • Shree Veerbhadrasinhji (founder of Lunawada State, samvat 1280)
      • Shree Rajdhavalsinhji (founder of Janod, samvat 1513)
      • Shree Hamrajsinhji
  • Shree Meghrajsinhji Hamrajsinhji (founder of Meghraj jagir of 42 village in samvat 1410)
  • Shree Nagrajsinhji (1431)
  • Shree Chote Meghrajsinhji (1438)
  • Shree Ramrajsinhji (1455)
  • Shree Khumasinhji (1485)
  • Shree karanrajsinhji (1528)
  • Shree Jetrajsinhji (1567)
  • Shree Raimalsinhji, founder of Moti Mori (samvat 1601), establish Nilkanth Mahadev Tample near Dahori river in samvat 1609, establish new fort on Bhadwach mountain , made lake and establish new Mahadev Tample, made new lake in village Panchal in samvat 1612, made new lake in village Richodi and established Hanuman Tample in samvat 1615; declared Moti Mori Jagir of 62 village in samvat 1615, made Lake in village Jarda in samvat 1632, established village Satipur in the name of Shree Thakurani sahiba Kesarkuver Satima.
  • Shree Kanadrajsinhji (Adopted from brother samvat 1652)
  • Shree Jetmalsinhji (1652)
  • Thakur Shree Karansinhji (1676)
  • Thakur Shree jogsinhji (1698)
  • Thakur Shree somsinhji (1721)
  • Thakur Shree Sambalsinhji (1738)
  • Thakur Shri Agrasinhji (1755)
  • Thakur Shree Jetsinhji (1773)
    • Shree veersinhji (qv)
    • Shree Bharatsinhji (1822), granted Futa jagir.
  • Thakur Shree Veersinhji (1804)
  • Thakur Shree Jogidasinhji (1826)
  • Thakur Shree Khumansinhji (1841)
    • Shree Deepsinhji (qv)
    • Shree Bhavanisinhji (1894), granted Limdapadar jagir.
  • Thakur Shree Deepsinhji (1894)
    • Shree Bhimsinhji (qv)
    • Shree Naharsinhji (1907) Alloted Dhemda jagir
  • Thakur Shree Bhimsinhji (1907)
  • Thakur Shree Shivsinhji (1936)
  • Thakur Shree Sardarsinhji (1957)
    • Shree Jagatsinhji(qv)
    • Shree Lalsinhji
  • Thakur Shree Jagatsinhji
  • Thakur Shree Sharesinhji
    • Shree krishnasinhji (qv)
    • Shree Jayendrasinhji
    • Shree Balbhadrasinhji
    • Shree Digvijaysinhji
    • Shree Dharmendrasinhji
    • Shree Vikramsinhji
    • Shree Baisa Nandkuverba
  • Thakur Shree Krisnasinhji
    • Shree Dilipsinhji (qv)
    • Shree Harpalsinhji
    • Shree Baisa Ansuyakuvarba
    • Shree Baisa Anpurnakuverba
  • Thakur Shree Dilipsinhji (see above)
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