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Bagri (Thikana)

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Population7,482 (1901)
Hindi Nameबगड़ी
Last Updated29th Mar, 2021

Present Head/Ruler

Thakur Bhawani Singh ji, present Thakur Saheb of Bagri. One of eight Premier Nobles of Marwar and Double Tazimi Sirayat of Jodhpur, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer (1961), presently he is looking after the Bagri Fort and Bagri Bagh, married to Thakurani Achrath Kumari of Vav State and has issue, two sons and two daughters.

  • Kunwar Yashwant Singh Rathore, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer (1986), presently he is working at a Tea Estate in Assam, married to Kumari Sailesh Ranawat, daughter of Thakur Natwar Singhji of Jhalamand and Thakurani Kailash Kumari Jhala (Hadamtia jagir) and has issue, one son.
    • Bhanwar Rishiraj Singh Rathore, born 1993, educated at The Assam Valley School, Balipara (2012); Ramjas College, Delhi University, 2015.
  • Kumari Surendra Kumari, married to Thakur Ranveer Singh of Bechoon and has issue, one son.
  • Kumari Vijendra Kumari, married to Rajkumar SinghTanwar from Alwar and has issues, two sons.
  • Kunwar Jitendra Singh Rathore, married to Madan Kanwar Sodha (Haweli Sodhan in Pakistan) and has issues, two daughters.

Short History

The Thakur’s of Bagri are the descendants of Rao Ranmal (Rao of Mandore 1427). The Bagri family is the head of the Jaitawat clan of the Rathores. The Thakur of Bagri were given the honour of placing the Raj -tilak at the coronation ceremony of the Maharaja’s of Jodhpur as Akhai Raj ji, the eldest brother of Rao Jodha (founder of Jodhpur) renounced his rights by primogeniture to the throne of Marwar in favour of his younger brother after the latter had regained the territories of Marwar following a long struggle. Akhai Raj ji applied the tilak on his younger brother Rao Jodha’s forehead with his blood and gifted him his own sword, Rao Akhairaj ji then conquered Sojat and his son Rao Panchayan Ji conquered Bagri and established his rule and his heirs were accorded the honour of applying the tilak on the ruler at each investiture.


  • Rao Akhai Raj ji
    • Rao Panchayan ji (Bagri)
    • Rao Mehraj ji
      • Rao Kumpa ji (Kumpawat)
  • Rao Panchayan ji
    • Rao Jaita ji (qv)
    • Rao Kalaa (Kalawat)
    • Rao Bhada (Bhadawat)
  • Rao Jaitaji (Jaitawat Rathore)
    • Kr. Prithiviraj ji (qv)
    • Kr. Devidas ji (qv)
  • Thakur Prithiviraj ji
    • Kr. Baghsingh ji (qv)
  • Thakur Devidas ji (younger brother of Prithiviraj ji)
  • Thakur Baghsingh ji
    • Kr. Kumkaran ji (qv)
    • Kr. Karamchand ji
    • Kr. Bhagvandas ji
    • Kr. Kalyandas ji
  • Thakur Kumkaran ji
    • Kr. Devkaran ji (qv)
    • Kr. Udaykaran ji
    • Kr. Bhim Singh ji
    • Kr. Dalpat Singh ji
    • Kr. Mukand das ji
    • Kr. Sabal Singh ji
    • Kr. Jajram ji
  • Thakur Devkaran ji
    • Kr. Madhav Singh ji (adopted by thikana Siyyat)
    • Kr. Pratap Singh ji (qv)
  • Thakur Pratap Singh ji I
    • Kr. Arjun Singh ji (qv)
    • Kr. Ram Singh ji
  • Thakur Arjun Singh ji
    • Kr. Pahar Singh ji (qv)
    • Kr.Shyam Singh ji
  • Thakur Pahar Singh ji
    • Kr. Jorawar Singh (qv)
    • Kr.Jai Singh ji
  • Thakur Jorawar Singh ji
    • Kr. Hindu Singh ji (qv)
  • Thakur Hindu Singh ji, no issues.
  • Thakur Keseri Singh ji (adopted, grand son of Shyam Singh ji Bagri)
    • Kr. Shivnath Singh ji (qv)
  • Thakur Shivnath Singh ji
    • Kr. Nahar Singh (qv)
    • Kr. Sultan Singh ji
    • Kr. Khumaon Singh ji
      • Kr. Jeevan Singh ji (qv)
      • Kr. Bhairon Singh ji (qv)
    • Kr. Dheeraj Singh ji
    • Kr. Ratan Singh ji
  • Thakur Nahar Singh ji
    • Kr. Pratap Singh ji II (qv)
  • Thakur Pratap Singh ji II
    • Kumari Bhabhut Kanwar, married in Dooni thikana in Jaipur.
  • Thakur Jeevan Singh ji (son of Khumaon Singh ji), died at the age of 19, no issues.
  • Thakur Bhairon Singh (son of Khumaon Singh ji), born in 1895 and succeeded to the estate in 1916 by adoption, married 1stly to Sabal Kanwar of Balarva thikana near Jodhpur, had one issue, married 2ndly to Gulab Kanwar Gatha(Kotah), no issues.
    • Kr. Sajjan Singh ji (qv)
  • Thakur Sajjan Singh ji, married to Kumaon Kanwar of Devgarh thikana and had two issues, one son and a daughter.
    • Kr. Bhawani Singh ji (qv)
    • Kumari Rajendra Kumari, married to Ramesh Singh ji Shekhawat of Jajjar.
  • Thakur Bhawani Singh ji (see above)

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