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Noon (Thikana)

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Revenue₹ 3000 (1823)
Hindi Nameनून
Last Updated6th Oct, 2022

Short History

A estate belonging to the Rathores (Jaitawat branch, Devidasot sub-branch) in Jodhpur, having revenue of Rs. 3000 (1823) and with a Single Tazim. It was granted to Thakur Mukund Das.


  • Rao Ranmal, Rao of Mandore, eldest son of Rao Chanda, who had waived his rights to the the throne in favour of his brother Rao Kanha to carry out the wish of his father. He left his native abode in 1408 A.D. and proceeded towards Mewar by the way of Jojawar and Dhanla. On his reaching there Maharana Lakha received him with much honour, and bestowed a jagir on him for his maintenance. Soon afterwards Rao Ranmal led the army of the Maharana and brought Ajmer under the sway of the Mewar ruler. In 1427 A.D. his own brother Ranadhir, persuaded him to take possession of Mandor on the grounds that he (Ranamal) had waived his right to the throne in favour of Rao Kanha only and in case of the latter failing to leave any male issue after him he himself and not Rao Satta was the only rightful claimant to the throne of Mandor. This argument convinced him and he invaded Mandore with the help of the Mewar army and unseated Satta. He was treacherously murdered, while asleep, by members of the Sisodia clan. He married and had issue, including:-
    • Rao Akhairaj (qv)
    • Rao Jodha, Rao of Jodhpur
  • Rao Akhairaj, renounced his rights to the throne in favour of his younger brother, Rao Jodha, and acknowledged his supremacy. Rao Jodha captured Sojat and presented the Jagir of Bagri. Ancestor of the Jaitawat and Kumpawat families including:- Thakurs of Bagri, Asope and Kantalia.
    • Rao Panchayan
      • Rao Jaita
        • Rao Prithiviraj
        • Rao Devi Das
          • Rao Ashakaran
            • Rao Keshav Das
              • Rao Movan Das
                • Thakur Haybat Singh
                  • Thakur Kumbhkaran
                    • Thakur Kashiram
                      • Thakur Mukund Das (qv)
    • Rao Mehraj
      • Rao Kumpa
  • Thakur Mukund Das, he was granted Thikana of Noon.
    • Thakur Jalam Singh (qv)
  • Thakur Jalam Singh
    • Thakur Uday Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Son Singh
      • Vijay Singh
        • Naval Singh
          • Bhim Singh
          • Thakur Sameel Singh, adopted by Thakur Karan Singh (see below)
          • Man Singh
            • Peer Singh
              • Vagh Singh
                • Bhavani Singh
                • Bheem Singh
                • Ganpath Singh
                  • Dungarveer Singh
              • Bakath Singh
              • Varadh Singh
              • Hukum Singh
            • Gyan Singh
          • Kishan Singh
          • Ajit Singh
      • Bakhat Singh
      • Kirat Singh
  • Thakur Uday Singh
    • Thakur Karan Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Gajay Singh, married Amrit Kaur (d. committed sati on the death of her husband, there’s a temple dedicated to her in Noon)
  • Thakur Karan Singh
    • (A) Thakur Sameel Singh (qv)
  • Thakur Sameel Singh, he succeeded by adoption.
    • Thakur Raghunath Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Rawat Singh
    • Kunwar Pratap Singh
  • Thakur Raghunath Singh
    • Thakur Mangal Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Achal Singh
    • Kunwar Peer Singh
  • Thakur Mangal Singh
    • Thakur Shivnath Singh (qv)
  • Thakur Shivnath Singh
    • Thakur Narayan Singh (qv)
  • Thakur Narayan Singh
    • Thakur Bhagwat Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Puran Singh
    • Kunwar Uttam Singh
  • Thakur Bhagwat Singh
    • Baisa Chintu Kanwar
    • Baisa Krishna Kanwar
    • Kunwar Krishna Pal Singh

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