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Bhadwa (Princely State)

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DynastyJadeja
StateSaurashtra
Revenue₹ 15,000
Villages4
Area18 km²
Population1,179 (1921)
ReligionHinduism
Hindi Nameभादवा
Last Updated7th Feb, 2020

Present Head/Ruler

Thakore Shri RAGHVENDRASINHJI CHANDRASINHJI, 12th Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa, educated at Rajkumar College, Rajkot (1953); married Thakorani Kishorikuvarba, and has issue.

  • Kumar Shri Pratapsinhji Raghavendrasinhji B.E. (Civil), born in Bhadwa, married in Bhadwa, Kumari Brindakumariba, and has issue.
    • Kumar Arjunsinhji Pratapsinhji
    • Kumari Jyotikumariba

Short History

Hakoji, the third son of Sangoji of Kotda-Sangani received in appanage a patrimony of 6 villages in about 1726 A.D. Out of the 6 villages, the two Hadamtala and Kharrera were allotted by the Taluka to its cadets, namely- Tamachiji and Raghabhai. Succession is ruled by primogeniture.

The Jurisdictional powers of the Taluka are as under:-

  • Criminal:- Three months rigorous imprisonment and fines up to 200Rs
  • Civil:- To the extent of 500Rs.

Succession is governed by the rule of primogeniture.

Predecessors

  • Thakore Shri KUMBHOJI I MEHRAMJI, Thakore Saheb of Gondal 1634/1679, son of Thakore Mehramji Vibhoji of Rajkot by his Chaudasama Rani, married and had issue. He died 1679.
  • Thakore Shri HAKOJI SANGAJI, 1st Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa, married and had issue.
    • Thakore Shri Khengarji Hakoji (qv)
    • Kumar Shri Ajuji Hakoji, received Aniala.
    • Kumar Shri Tamachiji Hakoji, received Hadamtala.
  • Thakore Shri KHENGARJI HAKOJI, 2nd Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa, married and had issue.
    • Thakore Shri Nayoji Khengarji (qv)
    • Kumar Shri Radabhai Khengarji, received Kharrera.
  • Thakore Shri NAYOJI KHENGARJI, 3rd Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa, married and had issue.
    • Thakore Shri Vanoji Nayoji (qv)
    • Kumar Shri Atoji Nayoji, received Devalia.
  • Thakore Shri VANOJI NAYOJI, 4th Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa, married and had issue.
    • Thakore Shri Dadaji Vanoji (qv)
    • Kumar Shri Motiji Vanoji
    • Kumar Shri Sujaji Vanoji
  • Thakore Shri DADAJI VANOJI, 5th Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa -/1843, married and had issue.
    • Thakore Shri Bhavsinhji Dadaji (qv)
  • Thakore Shri BHAVSINHJI DADAJI, 6th Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa 1843/-, born c1826, married and had issue.
    • Thakore Shri Madhavsinhji Bhavsinhji (qv)
  • Thakore Shri MADHAVSINHJI BHAVSINHJI, 7th Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa, married and had issue.
    • Thakore Shri Pratapsinhji Madhavsinhji (qv)
    • Kumar Shri Kalubha Madhavsinhji, married and had issue.
      • Thakore Shri Chandrasinhji Kalubha (Polubha) (qv)
        • Bhupendrasinhj Chandrasinhji Jadeja, married to Yashvantkunvarba daughter of late Darbar Shree Ramsinhji Mansinhji Gohil of Vavadi State.
          • Kirtisinhji Bhupendrasinhji Jadeja, married to Anjanikumariba, daughter of Vanrajsinhji Bhimsinhji Zala of Minapur.
            • Omdevsinhji Kirtisinhji Jadeja
    • Kumar Shri Shivsinhji Madhavsinhji
  • Thakore Shri PRATAPSINHJI MADHAVSINHJI, 8th Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa, married and had issue.
    • Thakore Shri Bhavsinhji Pratapsinhji (qv)
  • Thakore Shri BHAVSINHJI PRATAPSINHJI alias Balsinhji, Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa 1901/1926, born 23rd November 1892, succeeded 12th March 1901; married and had issue. He died 28th July 1926.
    • Thakore Shri Natwarsinhji Bhavsinhji (qv)
  • Thakore Shri NATWARSINHJI BHAVSINHJI, 10th Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa 1926/-, born 23rd July 1915, succeeded to the gadi 28th July 1926, died spm.
  • Thakore Shri CHANDRASINHJI POLUBHA, 11th Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa, married and had issue.
    • Thakore Shri Raghavendrasinhji Chandrasinhji (qv)
    • Kumar Shri Dharmendrasinhji Chandrasinhji
    • Kumar Shri Bhupendrasinhji Chandrasinhji, married Kumari Yashvantba, and had issue.
      • Kumar Shri Kirtisinhji Bhupendrasinhji, educated (T.Y.B.A. Econ.), born 2nd May 1979 in Bhavnagar, married 13th February 2005 in Bhadwa, Kumari Anjanikumariba, and has issue, one son.
        • Kumar Omdevsinhji Kirtisinhji
  • Thakore Shri RAGHVENDRASINHJI CHANDRASINHJI, 12th Thakore Saheb of Bhadwa (see above)

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