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Bhawrani (Thikana)

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Hindi Nameभवरानी
Last Updated3rd Jan, 2022

Present Ruler/Head

Rao Pradhuman Singhji, 16th and present Thakur sahab, completed studies from Mayo College (Ajmer), married to Ayushi Kanwar Chawra of Thikana Tonk Khurd (MP). He acceded to the gaddi at the age of 4.

Short History

The Sardars of Kakoo-Bhagoo fought bravely for the Jodhpur alliance and succeeded in the war. The family member was granted the jagir of Bhadrajun for 3 decedent times. The jagir was granted to Sundar Dasji, son of Thakur Singhji of Kakko-Bhagoo to be useful in the war. There was a quote about Mandla Rathore should not be given an village near or attached To a mountain or hills because their ancestors fought at a mountain against Jodhpur 10000 force and given heavy damage to Jodhpur alliance and the brothers of Kakoo-Bhagoo served as god or veer-devta popularly know as Dhoneri-Veer in Dhumda Bhakhar (Bhadrajun). After the great war they were given a title of Shoorveer-of-Doneri. Killed almost 5000 soldiers of Jodhpur alliance (500 years ago) and because of that, Bhadrajun fort was taken back by the Jodhpur alliance because the fort was built on the mountain. Raj Singhji, son of Sundar Dasji was granted the the jagir of Thikana Bhawrani. The Mandlawat Rathores were given 60 villages where there were no mountains surrounding in Jalore and Bikaner state.


  • Rao Mandlo Ji, founder of Sarunda in Bikaner.
    • Sai Dasji
  • Rao Sai Dasji of Sarunda
    • Sansar Chandji
    • Bhadoji (died in young age)
    • Veeran Dev Ji, established the Jagir of Tant (Bikaner).
    • Mota Raj Ji, established Thikana Kakkoo-Bhagu (Bikaner).
    • Bidoji, established 3 villages, Khuri-Bari, Khariya-Kalan, Neniyass.
  • Rao Mota Raj Ji of Kakkoo-Bhagu
    • Hemraj Ji (qv)
  • Rao Hemraj Ji of Kakkoo-Bhagu
    • Thakur Singhji (qv)
  • Rao Thakur Singhji, were granted the jagir of Bhavi-Billara, Bhadrajun. Died in a war and later Kakkoo-Bhagu was granted to Rao Bidoji.
    • Sundar Dasji (qv)
    • Narhardasji, established Chamdiyak in Pali.
  • Rao Sundar Dasji (Bhadrajun)
    • Raj Singhji, granted the Jagir of Bhawrani (Jalore) (qv)
  • Rao Raj Singhji, 1st Rao of Thikana Bhawrani
    • Bhaaw Singhji (qv)
    • Laakhan Singhji, granted the Jagir of Berath (Jalore).
  • Rao Bhaaw Singhji
    • Chandrabhan Singhji (qv)
  • Rao Chandrabhan Singhji
    • Dungar Singhji (qv)
    • Kesar Singhji, granted the Jagir of Panwa.
  • Rao Dungar Singhji
    • Shivdan Singhji (qv)
    • Man Singhji, granted the Jagir of Sarana Mandlawatan.
    • Tog Singhji, granted the Jagir of Basni.
  • Rao Shivdaan Singhji
    • Swaroop Singhji (qv)
    • Sher Singhji, granted the Jagir of Chodawas (Jodhpur).
  • Rao Swaroop Singhji
    • Kalyaan Singhji (qv)
    • Vanney Singhji, granted the Jagir of Tikki, but died in young age while saving the cows of Khandap from the Meenas. The Jagir was then given to Jagat Singhji of Khandap.
  • Rao Kalyaan Singhji
    • Nawal Singhji (qv)
  • Rao Nawal Singhji
    • Lal Singhji (qv)
  • Rao Lal Singhji
    • Lichmaan Singhji (qv)
  • Rao Lichmaan Singhji
    • Bhabhoot Singji (qv)
  • Rao Bhabhoot Singhji
    • Sardar Singhji (qv)
    • Kishor Singhji
  • Rao Sardar Singhji
    • Rao Pratap Singhji (qv)
  • Rao Pratap Singhji
    • Fathei Singhji (qv)
  • Rao Fathei Singhji
    • Bhopal Singhji (qv)
    • Mahender Singhji
  • Rao Bhopal Singhji, married at Jojawar Rawla.
    • Pradhuman Singhji
    • Baisa Twinkle Kanwar
  • Rao Pradhuman Singhji of Bhawrani married at MP state with Ayushi Kanwar chawra.

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