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Bhainsrorgarh (Thikana)

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Revenue₹ 80,000 (1901)
Population12,270 (1901)
Hindi Nameभैन्स्रोड्गढ़
Last Updated12th Jan, 2021

Present Ruler/Head

Rawat SHIV CHARAN SINGH, 9th and present Rawat of Bhainsrorgarh, since 1972. Born 23rd February 1941, married 28th November 1962, Rani Laxmi Kumari, daughter of Rana Shri Pratap Singh of Thikana Gudamalani in Barmer District, Jodhpur and has issue.

  • Kunwarani Harsh Kumari, born 13th September 1963, married 23rd January 1988, Thakore Harshvardhansinghji Indrajeetsinghji of Eral-Panchmahal in Gujarat.
  • Kunwranai Chitrangda Kumari, born 15th November 1964, married 17th June 1994, Maj. Kunwar Manvendra Singh, elder son of Maj.(retd.) Thakur Jaswant Singh of Jasol.
  • Kunwar Rajveer Singh, born 10th March 1966, married 7th March 1991, Kunwarani Madhu Kumari, daughter of Thakur Veer Singh of Shahpura in Jaipur, and has issue.
    • Bhanwar Chakradhar Singh, born 23rd December 1993.
  • Kunwar Hemendra Singh, born 8th August 1972, married 11th December 1996, Kunwarani Vrinda Kumari, daughter of Thakore Govind Singh of Limbdi-Panchmahal in Gujarat and has issue.
    • Bhanwar Abhiveer Singh, born 11th December 1997.
    • Bhanwar Yashodhar Singh, born 7th May 2007.

Short History

The Rawats of Bhainsrorgarh belong to the Chundawat clan of the Maharana’s brotherhood and is one of “Solah ke Umrao”. Rawat of Bhainsrorgarh is descended from Lal Singh, the younger son of Rawat Kesri Singh of Salumber, on whom the separate estate and title were conferred by Maharana Jagat Singh II in 1741.


  • Rawat LAL SINGH, 1st Rawat of Bhainsrorgarh 1741/- , second son of Rawat Kesri Singh of Salumber, he was granted the Thikana of Bhainsrorgarh and the title of Rawat in 1741 by Maharana Jagat Singh II of Udaipur, married and had issue. He gained an unenviable notoriety in 1764, by murdering (it is believed by the order of then Maharana) Maharaj Nathji of Bagore, one of the sons of Maharana Sangram Singh of Udaipur. He died 1766 of an incurable loathsome disease.
    • Rawat Man Singh (qv)
  • Rawat MAN SINGH, 2nd Rawat of Bhainsrorgarh. He was described by Lt.-Col. James Tod, “a solider of no common stamp”. He died 1804.
  • Rawat RAGHUNATH SINGH, 3rd Rawat of Bhainsrorgarh fl.1820, married to Thakurani Abhai Kanwar, daughter of Deewan Thakur Vijay singh of Khejdiya in Malwa (M.P).
  • Rawat AMAR SINGH, 4th Rawat of Bhainsrorgarh, married and had issue.
    • Rawat Bhim Singh (qv)
    • Rawat Pratap Singh (qv)
  • Rawat BHIM SINGH, 5th Rawat of Bhainsrorgarh -/1881, died 1881 aged 35.
  • Rawat PRATAP SINGH, 6th Rawat of Bhainsrorgarh 1881/1897, born 1855, married and had issue, as well as an adopted son. He died spm 1897.
    • Rajkumari (name unknown) [Rani Sahiba of Indargarh], married Maharaj Shri Sher Singh of Indergarh in Kotah.
    • (A) Rawat Inder Singh (qv)
  • Rawat INDER SINGH, 7th Rawat of Bhainsrorgarh 1897/1946, born 24th August 1875 as Kunwar Inder Singh, son of Rawat Bhupal Singh of Bhadesar, he succeeded by adoption in 1897; married 1897, Rani Gulab Kanwar, daughter of Thakur Kanh Singh of Geejgarh in Jaipur, and had issue. He died 1946.
    • Rawat Himmat Singh (qv)
    • Kunawr Khuman Singh, he was adopted into Chavand and then later into Salumber, and succeeded there as Rawat Shri Khuman Singhji of Salumber.
  • Rawat HIMMAT SINGH, 8th Rawat of Bhainsrorgarh 1946/1972, born 1902, married 1stly, 1926, Rani Suraj Kanwar, daughter of the Raja of Sheopur-Baroda, married 2ndly, 1929, Rani Sampat Kanwar, daughter of the Thakur of Baghera in Ajmer, and had issue. He died 1972.
    • Rani Devendra Kanwar (by Rani Suraj Kanwar), born 1928, married 1946, Maharaj Shri Kesri Singh of Kapren, younger brother of HH Maharaja Bahadur Singhji of Bundi.
    • Rani Kush Kanwar (by Rani Sampat Kanwar), born 1932, married 1951, Maharaj Shri Prithviraj Singh Hada of Bada Khera in Bundi.
    • Rawat Shiv Charan Singh (by Rani Sampat Kanwar) (qv)
  • Rawat SHIV CHARAN SINGH, 9th Rawat of Bhainsrorgarh (see above)

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