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Bae (Thikana)

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DynastyRathore
ClanBika
SubclanSringot
Revenue₹ 7,201/- (1893)
Villages15
ReligionHinduism
Hindi Nameबेई
Last Updated27th Feb, 2018

Present Head/Ruler

Thakur Saheb Amar Singhji, 8th Thakur of Bae, married and has issues.

Short History

Rulers of Bae are descendants of Sringot clan of Bika Rathores. Rulers of Bae are descendants of Maharaj Sring ji, son of Rao Jetsi of Bikaner. The Chief is the premiere noble of Bikaner State and enjoys Dohri Tazim and Kurab Hath in Bikaner Darbar, estate was granted by Maharaja Zorawar Singhji of Bikaner in 1739 AD. The estate ranks eighth among the nobles of Bikaner, and consisted of 15 villages. Bae is situated north eastern portion of the state between Sardarshahr and Bhadra.

Predecessors

  • Thakur Prithviraj Singhji, 6th Thakur of Bhukarka,  in 1698 A.D. on demise of Maharaja Anup Singhji of Bikaner his heir who was a minor ascended the throne of Bikaner, in minority the State of Bikaner was under the leadership of Thakur Prithviraj Singhji. In 1707 AD, Maharaja Ajit Singh of Jodhpur had taken advantage of the absence of Maharaja Sujan Singhji of Bikaner and attacked Bikaner, he was countered and repulsed by the Rajput Sardars of Bikaner under the dynamic leadership of Thakur Prithviraj Singhji, he was duly recognised for his bravery by the Ruler of Bikaner, married and had issues.
    • Kunwar Kushal Singh, heir apparent of Bhukarka.
    • Kunwar Daulat Singh (qv), granted Thikana of Bae (Dohri Tazim Kurab Hath) in 1739 A.D. by Maharaja Zorawar Singhji of Bikaner.
  • Thakur Saheb Daulat Singhji, 1st Thakur of Bae, during the struggle which ensued on succession of Maharaja Gaj Singhji to the throne of Bikaner state, his elder brother Maharaj Amar Singhji (heir to the throne) in collaboration with Maharaja of Jodhpur attacked Bikaner, at that juncture Kunwar Daulat Singh of Bhukarka was in-charge of the defenses and for his contribution, later on he was granted the patta of Bae, married and had issue.
    • Kunwar Bahadur Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Bhupat Singh, he was granted Siropav, by Mughal Emperor Ahmad Shah Bahadur for his successful quelling of Sikh rebellion in 1756 AD at Nohar.
    • Kunwar Hukum Singh, granted Thikana of Raslan (Ikladi Tazim Banho Pasanv) in 1887 A.D.
  • Thakur Saheb Bahadur Singhji, 2nd Thakur of Bae, served with distinction in the Anglo Sikh war of 1845 AD and later on during 1857 Mutiny, married and has issue.
    • Kunwar Pem Singh (qv)
  • Thakur Saheb Pem Singhji, 3rd Thakur of Bae, married and has issue.
    • Kunwar Ranjit Singh (qv)
  • Thakur Saheb Ranjit Singhji, 4th Thakur of Bae, married and had issue.
    • Kunwar Shivji Singh (qv)
  • Thakur Saheb Shivji Singhji, 5th Thakur of Bae, married and had issue.
    • Kunwar Jagmal Singh (qv)
  • Thakur Saheb Jagmal Singhji, 6th Thakur of Bae, was appointed a member of the Council of Regency on the succession of Maharaja Ganga Singhji of Bikaner and held that post till his resignation in 1890 AD, married and had issue.
    • Kunwar Govind Singhji, married and had issue.
      • Kunwar Amar Singhji (qv)
  • Thakur Saheb Amar Singhji, 8th Thakur of Bae (see above)

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