Information

Dynasty

Clan

Champawat

State

Jodhpur (Pali Distt.)

Accession

1954

Revenue

INR 18,525

Villages

11

Hindi Name

रोहेट

Last Updated

20th Aug, 2017

Present Head

Thakur SIDHARTH SINGH, 14th and present Thakur Saheb of Rohet and Double Tazimi Sirayat of Jodhpur. Married to Thakurani Rashmi Singh, daughter of Thakur Jaswant Singhji of Bhadwa and Baisa Manju Kumari of Harji, and has issues, one son and a daughter.
  • Kanwar Avijit Singh, born , studied at Mayo College Ajmer and graduated from EHL Laussane Switzerland in hospitality management.
  • Baisa Jahnvi Singh, born , graduated from Mayo College Ajmer and is presently studying design.
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History

A larger estate belonging to Champawat Rathores (Aaidanot branch, Sagatsinhot sub-branch) in Pali pargana, Jodhpur, consisting of 11 villages with a revenue of Rs. 18,525 with double tazim. It was granted to Thakur Dalpat Singh I of the Champawat family by Maharaja Gaj Singh I of Marwar in 1622. The Mughal rulers conquered Jodhpur, and the estate was confiscated by them in 1679, and later regranted in 1706.
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Genealogy

  • Thakur DALPAT SINGH I, 1st Thakur of Rohet 1622/1665, born , he was the youngest son of Rao Gopaldasji of Ransigaon (see Daspan), he was granted the estate of Rohet with 84 villages in 1622 by Maharaja Gaj Singh I of Marwar; he is said to have taken part in 84 battles during his lifetime; married 1stly, Thakurani Jaisa Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Surtan Singh of Lawera, married 2ndly, Thakurani Ratan Kanwar, daughter of Hulan Thakur Pratap Singh of Sojat, married 3rdly, Thakurani Poor Kanwar daughter of Khangarot Thakur Mahesh Das of Kalak, married 4thly, Thakurani Heer Kanwar, daughter of Chauhan Thakur Mukund Das of Makrana, married 5thly, Thakurani Heer Kanwar, daughter of Deora Thakur Pratap Singh of Badgaon, married 6thly, Thakurani Hasti Kanwar, daughter of Sodha Thakur Man Singh of Salari, married 7thly, Thakurani Ratan Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Bhopal Singh of Bawri, and had issue, three sons. He died in Rohet in 1665.
    • Thakur Kalyan Das (by Thakurani Jaisa Kanwar) (qv)
    • Thakur Aai Dan (second son), Thakur of Kakani 1662/-, born , 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 in 1674
        • Kunwar Mukund Das
        • Kunwar Raghunath Das
      • Kunwar Sabal Singh
      • Kunwar Sanwal Das, died in Delhi.
      • Kunwar Sagat Singh (fourth son) (by Thakurani Heer Kanwar), married and had issue.
      • Kunwar Ram Singh, died in Delhi.
      • Thakur Tej Singh (by Thakurani Heer Kanwar), ancestor of the Thakurs of Auwa, Bithoda, Divandi, Bamsin, Bato, Janiwara, Harji, Lambia, Badso and Bhiiwalia estates.
      • Kunwar Bhan Singh
      • Thakur Jagannath Singh (by Thakurani Heer Kanwar), married and had issue (see Ahor).
    • Thakur Sardul Singh
  • Thakur KALYAN DAS, 2nd Thakur of Rohet 1665/1679, he succeeded when the estate was worth Rs. 22,500; he took part in the battle of Ujjain in 1658 along with his father; the estate confiscated in 1679, when Padshah Aurangzeb of Delhi conquered Jodhpur, and later regranted to Thakur Sagat Singh in 1706; married Thakurani Maya Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Hari Singh of Khejarla, and had issue, three sons.
    • Thakur Gordhan Das, died in a battle at Ajmer against Shujat Khan.
    • Thakur Jait Singh
    • Thakur Shivram
  • INTERREGNUM (confiscated by the Mughals) 1679/1706
  • Thakur SAGAT SINGH, 3rd Thakur of Rohet 1706/-, he was a powerful noble of his time and took part in the battle of Nagor against Rao Mohkam Singh in 1706, for which, Maharaja Ajit Singh of Jodhpur, granted him the estate of Thop, and later in 1706, the estate of Rohet was regranted with a revenue of Rs. 18,500; married five wives (amongst whom), (a) Thakurani Raj Kanwar, daughter of Deora Thakur Mahesh Das, married (b), Thakurani Bane Kanwar, daughter of Chauhan Thakur Hari Singh of Chitalwana, married (c), Thakurani Panna Kanwar, daughter of Sodha Thakur Sher Singh, married (d), Thakurani Vijay Kanwar, daughter of Chauhan Thakur Raj Singh of Roicha, and had issue, one son.
    • Thakur Bhagwat Singh (by Thakurani Bane Kanwar) (qv)
  • Thakur BHAGWAT SINGH, 4th Thakur of Rohet, he took part in the battle of Merta in 1750, on the side of Maharaja Bakhat Singh of Jodhpur; he remained in the favour of Maharaja Vijai Singh, whilst other Champawat nobles under the leadership of the Thakur Pokhran were allied against the Maharaja; married 1stly, Thakurani Chand Kanwar, daughter of Chundawat Thakur Shambhu Singh Bhagwatsinhot of Begun, married 2ndly, Thakurani Braj Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Sawant Singh of Balkha, married 3rdly, Thakurani Banna Kanwar, daughter of Pawar Thakur Saib Singh, married 4thly, Thakurani Man Kanwar, daughter of Sodha Thakur Chhatra Sal, married 5thly, Thakurani Fateh Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Gaj Singh Akhairajot of Hungaon, and had issue, two sons and three daughters.
    • Kanwar Hari Das (by Thakurani Chand Kanwar), married Kanwarani Sireh Kanwar, she commited sati, daughter of Bhati Thakur Jait Singh Udaibhanot, and had issue, one son. He died vp.
      • Thakur Kalyan Singh (qv)
      • Baisa Poor Kanwar, married Nathawat Rawal Ajit Singh Surtansinhot of Samode.
      • Baisa Teej Kanwar, married Kumbhani Thakur Mangal Singh of Banskhoh.
    • Baisa Kushal Kanwar (by Thakurani Chand Kanwar), married Rao Megh Singh Raghunathsinhot of Dhula, and had issue.
    • Thakur Narsingh Das (by Thakurani Braj Kanwar)
    • Baisa Madan Kanwar (by Thakurani Banna Kanwar), married the Rawat Saheb of Mahar.
    • Baisa Shubh Kanwar (by Thakurani Man Kanwar), married Nathawat Rawal Ajit Singh Surtansinhot of Samode, and had issue.
      • Rawal Bairisal of Samode.
    • Baisa Lal Kanwar (by Thakurani Fateh Kanwar)
  • Thakur KALYAN SINGH, 5th Thakur of Rohet, the estate was confiscated in 1802, by Maharaja Bhim Singh of Jodhpur, along with other leading Champawat estates due to rebellion, but they were returned the following year in 1803; married 1stly, Thakurani Udai Kanwar, daughter of Chauhan Thakur Raj Singh Shivdansinhot of Sankhwas, married 2ndly, Thakurani Nawal Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Akhai Singh Ratansinhot of Chabo, and had issue, two sons and two daughters.
    • Thakur Indra Singh (by Thakurani Udai Kanwar) (qv)
    • Thakur Mukund Singh (by Thakurani Nawal Kanwar)
    • Baisa Suraj Kanwar (by Thakurani Udai Kanwar), married Chauhan Raja Prithvi Singh of Neemrana.
    • Baisa Maya Kanwar (by Thakurani Nawal Kanwar), married to Shekhawat Thakur Nawal Singh of Danta in Jaipur.
  • Thakur INDRA SINGH, 6th Thakur of Rohet, he followed the policy of his ancestors and continued to support the Maharaja of Jodpur while other Champawat nobles were against him; married 1stly, Thakurani Samdar Kanwar, daughter of Khangarot Thakur Ajit Singh Anopsinhot of Pachevar, married 2ndly, Thakurani Roop Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Pahar Singh of Bikhamkor, married 3rdly, Thakurani Jait Kanwar, daughter of Hada Thakur Kishan Singh Mohbatsinhot, and had issue, five sons.
    • Thakur Achal Singh (by Thakurani Jait Kanwar) (qv)
    • Kunwar Jalam Singh (by Thakurani Samdar Kanwar)
    • Kunwar Kushal Singh (by Thakurani Samdar Kanwar), he was adopted by Thakur Padam Singh Indrabhanot of Barwa.
    • Kunwar Raghunath Singh (by Thakurani Samdar Kanwar), he was granted the estate of Mundla.
    • Baisa Daulat Kanwar (by Thakurani Samdar Kanwar), married Kumbhani Thakur Devi Singh of Banskhoh.
    • Baisa Ratan Kanwar (by Thakurani Samdar Kanwar), married Gogawat Rao Raja Jivan Singhji of Dhuni.
    • Kunwar Ajit Singh (by Thakurani Roop Kanwar)
  • Thakur ACHAL SINGH, 7th Thakur of Rohet, married 1stly, Thakurani Udai Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Nawal Singh Sursinhot of Bucheti, married 2ndly, Thakurani Takhat Kanwar, daughter of Chundawat Rawat Jaskaran Singhji of Lasani, and had issue, two sons.
    • Thakur Sultan Singh (by Thakurani Udai Kanwar)
    • Thakur Devi Singh (by Thakurani Takhat Kanwar), he was adopted by his uncle Thakur Raghunath Singh of Mundla, married and had issue.
      • Baisa Pane Kanwar, married Thakur Durjansal Singh of Nawalgarh.
  • Thakur SULTAN SINGH, 8th Thakur of Rohet, he adopted Kunwar Girdhari Singh, son of Thakur Prithvi Singh of Lambia (see Auwa); married 1stly, Thakurani Raj Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Shaktidan Jodhsinhot of Sathin, married 2ndly, Thakurani Mool Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Prithviraj Jawansinhot of Randa, and had adoptive issue. He died sp.
    • (A) Thakur Girdhari Singh (qv)
  • Thakur GIRDHARI SINGH, 9th Thakur of Rohet, he succeeded to Rohet by adoption; married Thakurani Vijai Kanwar, daughter of Khangarot Thakur Shiv Singh Indrasinhot of Boraj, and had issue, one son.
    • Thakur Ranjit Singh (qv)
  • Thakur RANJIT SINGH, 10th Thakur of Rohet, he adopted Kunwar Dalpat Singh, son of Thakur Shambhu Singh of Auwa; married and had adoptive issue. He died sp.
    • (A) Lt.-Col. Rao Bahadur Thakur Dalpat Singh II (qv)
  • Lt.-Col. Rao Bahadur Thakur DALPAT SINGH II, 11th Thakur of Rohet, born as Kunwar Dalpat Singh, second son of Thakur Shambhu Singhji of Auwa, and his wife, Thakurani Raj Kanwar; he was adopted into Rohet in 1904; educated at Mayo College, Ajmer 1904/1911 then with the Imperial Cadet Corps of Dehra Dun 1911/-; A.D.C. to the Maharajas of Jodhpur in 1914 and 1922; commissioned in the Sardar Infantry with the rank of Major in 1917, joined the Sardar Risala (Jodhpur) as 2IC in 1926, promoted to Lt.-Col. in 1929, and as Commander in the Jodhpur Army, he retired in 1934; won the Prince of Wales Cup for Polo in 1922 as a member of the Jodhpur Polo Team; he enjoys Dovri Tazim in Jodhpur; married and had issue, four sons.
    • Thakur Vikram Singh (qv)
    • Col. Thakur Virendra Singh
    • Col. Thakur Rajendra Singh, married Thakurani Gulab Kanwar, daughter of Rawal Harnath Singhji Bahadur of Dundlod, and his wife, Rani Sireh Kanwar, and had issue.
      • Kunwar Digvijai Singh, married Kunwarani Urwashi Devi, daughter of Lt.Col. Thakur Raghuvir Singh of Dundlod, and his wife, Thakurani Bharati Devi, and has issue.
        • Baisa Diksha Kumari
      • Kunwar Ranvijai Singh, married 31st October 1979, Kunwarani Geeteshwari Kumari, born , daughter of Rao Bahadur Raja Yadvendra Singh Judeo of Alipura, and his wife, Rani Chandraprabha, and has issue, one daughter and one son.
        • Kumari Radhika Singh, born , married 16th February 2010 at Dehra Dun, Raja Akshay Bikram Shah of Khairigarh-Singhai.
        • Bhanwar Suryavijai Singh, born .
      • Kunwar Inder Vijai Singh, married to Kunwarani Usha Singh, daughter of Thakur Dhyan Pal Singh of Malheta, Rath, and have one son and a daughter.
        • Bhanwar Ajitesh Singh
        • Baisa Niharika Singh
    • Thakur Mahendra Singh
  • Thakur VIKRAM SINGH, 12th Thakur of Rohet, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer (Class-Captain 1936/37); married and had issue.
    • Thakur Manvendra Singh (qv)
    • Thakur Anukram Singh
  • Thakur MANVENDRA SINGH, 13th Thakur of Rohet, married Thakurani Jayendra Kumari, and has issue.
    • Thakur Sidharth Singh (qv)
  • Thakur SIDHARTH SINGH, 14th Thakur of Rohet (see above)
OTHER MEMBERS:
  • Thakurani Arvind Kumariji Sahiba, married 27th February 1952 in Thikana Rohet, Distt., Pali, Jodhpur, Thakur Tejpal Singh, Thikanedar of Mahansar, and has issue.
  • Kanwar Sahib of Rohet, married the fifth daughter of Rana Gulabsinhji Gammelsinhji of Pratappur.
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