- Paperback: 30 pages
- Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series (25 June 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1156098513
- ISBN-13: 978-1156098516
- Product Dimensions: 18.9 x 0.1 x 24.6 cm
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History of Bharatpur: Rulers of Bharatpur State, Surajmal Jat, Churaman, Raja RAM Jat, Badan Singh, Maharani Kishori, Gokula, Jawahar Singh Paperback – Import, 25 Jun 2011
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages 28. Chapters Rulers of Bharatpur state, Surajmal Jat, Churaman, Raja Ram Jat, Badan Singh, Maharani Kishori, Gokula, Jawahar Singh, Battle of Bharatpur, Deeg, Kishan Singh of Bharatpur, Ranjit Singh of Bharatpur, Jashwant Singh, Baldeo Singh, Muhkam Singh, Brijendra Singh, Ram Singh of Bharatpur, Balwant Singh of Bharatpur, Lohagarh Fort, Randhir Singh of Bharatpur, Girraj Kaur, Ratan Singh of Bharatpur, Siege of Deeg Fort, Deeg Palace, Nawal Singh, S dan, Kehri Singh. Excerpt Maharaja Suraj Mal 1707-1763 Devanagari was ruler of Bharatpur in Rajasthan in India. He has been described by a contemporary historian as the Plato of the Jat people and by a modern writer as the Jat Ulysses, because of his political sagacity, steady intellect and clear vision. Coat of arms of Bharatpur rulers The statue of Maharaja Suraj Mal at Maharaja Suraj Mal Institute DelhiSurajmal was born on February 1707 in Bharatpur, India. He was eldest son of Jat Emperor of Bharatpur, Maharaja Badan Singh, and his wife Rani Devki of Jat family from Kama. He had 14 Queens, out of which 6 have been authentically told to us by Fransoo. He enumerates them as below From his four wives, he left five sons Jawar Singh, Ratan Singh, Nawal Singh, Ranjit Singh and Nahar Singh. The first two were born of a lady, popularly reputed to have been a Rajputni, possibly of Gaurua clan, the third was son of a Malin mother, the last two, Ranjit Singh and Nahar Singh were born of his own Jat tribe.But the mother of none of these enjoyed the particular affection of the King, who loved most dearly his masculine and barren wife, the famous queen Maharani Kishori. Jawahar Singh was fortunate enough to be adopted by this lady, whose influence and affection shielded the rebellious youth from the worst effects on the wrath of his father.For various political re...
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