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Bhaisaunda (Jagir)

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Information

DynastyJijhotia Brahmin
StateCentral India
CapitalBhaisaut
Accession1st January 1950
Revenue₹ 18,000 (1931)
Villages35
Area82.88 km2
Population4,267 (1931)
ReligionHinduism
Also known asBhaisaunda
Last Updated23rd Nov, 2022

Short History

Rulers were descended from Ramkrishna Chaube who was governor (killadar) of Kalinjar fort under Raja Hirdeshah of Panna. The jagir is now in Raghuraj Nagar tehsil.

The military forces of the Estate consist (1926) of 32 Infantry and 4 Artillery men, with 1 serviceable gun.

Predecessors

  • Chaube NEWAL KISHOR, 1st Darbar Saheb of Bhaisaunda 1812/1829, third son of Ramkrishna Chaube; married and had issue. He died 1829.
    • Chaube Acharju Singh (qv)
    • ?Chaube Tirath Prasad (qv)
  • Chaube ACHARJU SINGH, 2nd Darbar Saheb of Bhaisaunda 1829/-, born about 1819.

REGENT, Chaube Zirat Prasad 1829/1840

  • Chaube TIRATH PRASAD, 3rd Darbar Saheb of Bhaisaunda ?1840/1885, born 1822, he was granted the title of Rao in 1885; married and had issue. He died 10th October 1885.
    • Chaube (name unknown), married and had issue.
      • Rao Bahadur Chaube Chhatarsal Prasad (qv)
      • Rao Chaube Bharat Prasad (qv)
      • Rao Chaube Govind Prasad (qv)

REGENT 1885/1896

  • Rao Bahadur Chaube CHHATARSAL PRASAD, 4th Darbar Saheb of Bhaisaunda [10.10.1885] – [8.1.1916], born 1877, succeeded 16th January 1886, married and had issue. He died in January 1916.
  • Rao Chaube BHARAT PRASAD, 5th Darbar Saheb of Bhaisaunda [8.1.1916] – [4.11.1916], born 1884, died 4th November 1916.
  • Rao Chaube GOVIND PRASAD, 6th Darbar Saheb of Bhaisaunda [4.11.1916] – [19xx], born 1884, succeeded 4th November 1916, married and had issue. He died after 1948.
    • Rao Chaube Lalit Kishore (qv)
    • Brij Ishwari Prasad
    • Shri Kishen Prasad
    • Radha Mohan Prasad
  • Rao Chaube LALIT KISHORE, 7th Darbar Saheb of Bhaisaunda, born 18th October 1913, married and had issue. He died after 1970.
    • Rao Chaube Nait Kishore (qv)
  • Rao Chaube NAIT KISHORE, 8th Darbar Saheb of Bhaisaunda, born 17th May 1932.

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