LOCATION: Bombay AREA: 4,323 km² VILLAGES: 884 (1901) POPULATION: 226,351 (1931) RELIGION: Hindu
REVENUE: Rs 14,06,477 (1931) DYNASTY/LINEAGE: Rathore - Idariya clan SEAT: xx ACCESSION: 10th June 1948
PRIVY PURSE: Rs 328,000 AGENCY: Mahi Kantha Agency till 1933 then the Western India States Agency
PRESENT RULER: HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri RAJENDRA SINGHJI Sahib Bahadur, 12th Maharaja of Idar since 17th May 1992
born 25th September 1938, married HH Maharani Prakash Kumari [aka Princess Pinkie], born in October 1941, daughter of HH Maharaja Shri Vikramsinhji Bhojrajsinhji of Gondal, and his wife, HH Maharani Shri Nainkunwarba Sahiba, and has issue.
- Maharajkumari Viveka Kumari, born 18th April 1980, engaged on 5th May 2010 to Kunwar Abhijeet Singh.
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: The state was founded about 1257, when Rao Soningji, younger son of Rao Sheoji of Marwar (Mandore), took Idar from the Dabhi Rajputs. In 1729, when Abhai Singh, Raja of Jodhpur, was Subahdar of Gujarat under the Emperor Muhammad Shah, and his brother Bakht Singh was the conqueror of Nagar, two other brothers, named Anand Singh and Rai Singh, established themselves at Idar by force of arms. The Peshwa and the Gaekwad soon despoiled the young State, and Raja Sheo Singh, was compelled to lose part of his territories, and to pay tribute to the Gaekwad. This tribute is still (1893) paid by the Maharaja of Idar, who in return receives tribute from some other minor States. The Maharaja maintains a military force of 54 cavalry, 100 infantry and 21 guns, and is entitled to a salute of 15 guns. Rulers were...
- Rao SONINGJI [Sonamji], 1st Rao of Idar 1257/1283, he was originally granted the estate of Sametra by Raja Bhim Dev II of Anhilvada, he conquered a large tract of Sabarmati River lands from Mosar in the North to Vasna State near Sadra, Ahmedabad; married and had issue, the Hathundia Rathores. He died 1283.
- Rao EMALJI [Abhaymal], 2nd Rao of Idar 1283/1285
- Rao DHAVALMAJI
[Chawalmal], 3rd Rao of Idar 1285/1310
- Rao LUNKARANJI, 4th
Rao of Idar 1310/1324
- Rao KANHATJI [Keharji or Harbalji], 5th Rao of Idar 1324/1345
- Rao RANMALJI, 6th Rao of Idar 1345/1403, he conquered the Yadav lands of Bhagar situated between Idar and Mewar, but afterwards he was forced to submit to the Muslim rulers of Ahmedabad towards the end of the 14th century;
- Rao PUNJJI I, 7th
Rao of Idar 1403/1428,during his Sultan Ahmad Shah I invaded
his kingdom and he was forced to flee to the hills (1426); the
Sultan built a fort at Ahmednagar on the banks of the Hathmati
to control the Idar Chiefs (1427), who was killed in a foray
against the Muslims the following year; married and had issue.
He was killed while fleeing from the Muslim force when his
horse lost its footing and he was thrown into a ravine.
- Rao Narayandasji (qv)
- Rao NARAYANDASJI I, 8th Rao of Idar 1428/1481, he was forced to pay tribute of 3,000Rs to make the Muslim forces leave Idar, but they returned on 14th November of the following year when he refused to pay the tribute; married and had issue.
- Rao Bhanji (qv)
- Baiji Lal (name unknown), married Maharana Kumbhakarna Singh, 5th Maharana of Mewar.
- Rao BHANJI, 9th Rao of Idar 1481/1501, he was attacked by the Muslims in 1445 and forced to flee but eventually agreed to give his daughter in marriage to Sultan Muhammed II, who then removed his troops from Idar, married and had issue, two sons.
- Rao Suraj Malji (qv)
- Rao Bhimji (qv)
- Rani Lad Kanwarbai, married (as his twenty-eighth wife),
Maharana Sangram Singh I, 8th Maharana of Mewar.
- Rao SURAJMALJI, 10th Rao of Idar 1501/1503 for 18 months., married and had issue.
- Rao Rai Malji (qv)
- Rao BHIMJI, 11th Rao of Idar 1503/1514, he attacked and defeated Ain-ul-mulk, the Governor of Patan in 1514, causing Sultan Muzaffar Shah to burn and destroy Idar which he had found abandoned; the Sultan was bought off by a large sum of money and made peace with the Rao, married and had issue.
- Rao Bhar Malji (qv)
- Rao DHAMALJI, 12th Rao of Idar in 1514
- Rao RAI MALJI [Raja
Malji], 13th Rao of Idar 1514/1515 or 1512/1514 and 1514/1517,
he was deposed as a minor, by his uncle in early 1514, he
regained the throne later that same year in 1514, but fled to
the hills of Bijanagar in around 1517, married a daughter of
Maharana Sangram Singh I, Maharana of Mewar. He died around 1517.
- Rao BHARMALJI, 14th
Rao of Idar 1515/1543 or succeeded his father in 1514 but
expelled shortly afterwards by Maharana Sangram Singh I, he
was re-instated in 1515 by Sultan Muzaffar Shah whose forces
were driven out in 1519 but he recaptured Idar in December
1520, they didn't occupy the city for long as the Rao was
attacked in 1528 and 1530, after which he maintained peace and
served in the Sultan's camp. He died in 1543.
- Rao PUNJAJJI II, 15th Rao of Idar 1543/1573; during his reign the power of the Ahmedabad Sultans declined greatly and he was able to rule without interference until the tribute was abolished when the Rao agreed to provide 2000 horse, married and had issue.
- Rao Narayandasji II (qv)
- Rao NARAYANDASJI II, 16th Rao of Idar 1573/-, at the beginning of his reign he revolted against Khan Aziz Koka, the Governor of Gujarat, which was checked by Padshah Akbar, in 1575 and 1576 expeditions were sent against the Roa forcing him to flee, and Idar fell into the Emperor's hands, the Rao submitted and was made a Commander of 2000 men and 500 horse; married (amongst others), a Rani from Banswara, and had issue.
- Rao Gopaldasji Narayandasji, overlooked in the succession, he took service with the Emperor in the hope of gaining the Idar gadi, he was in due course place at the head of an army but on the way to Idar, he was defeated and killed at Mandva by the landlord of that place, he was the founder and first Thakore Sahib of Valasna; married and had issue, five sons, who were left for their safety in the hands of a cowherd named Volo and when adult made that place their capitala and called it Valasna.
- Rao Viramdasji Narayandasji (qv)
- Rao Kalyanmalji Narayandasji (qv)
- Rani Bhagwati Kunwari, married Rawat Bhanu Singh, 7th Rawat of Deoli-Pratapgarh, died sp 1597.
- Baiji Lal (name unknown), married Maharana Pratap Singhji of Mewar.
- Rao VIRAMDASJI NARAYANDASJI, 17th Rao of
Idar, said to have been a favourite hero with the bards;
married and had issue. He died spm.
- Rao KALYANMALJI NARAYANDASJI, 18th Rao of Idar, he conquered a number of districts from Mewar which had been lost in the time of Rao Viramdasji; married Rani Deep Kunwar, daughter of Maharao Shri Rai Singhji II, Maharao of Sirohi, and had issue.
- Rao Jagannathji Kalyanmalji (qv)
- Rao Gopinathji Kalyanmalji (qv)
- Maharani Ratan Kunwar, married Maharao Shri Akherajji II,
Maharao of Sirohi.
- Rao JAGANNATHJI KALYANMALJI, 19th Rao of Idar -/1656, last Rao of Idar, he was expelled from Idar to Pol in 1656 by Murad Baksh, at that time, the subahdar of Gujarat; married and had issue. He died shortly after 1656 at Pol.
- Rao Punjajji II Jagannathji (qv)
- Rao Arjundasji Jagannathji (qv)
- Rao Gopinathji Jagannathji (qv)
- Rao PUNJAJJI III
JAGANNATHJI, 20th Rao of Idar 1656/1658, he succeded
as a minor and only ruled for 16 months, he retook Idar in
1658 with the help of the Maharana of Mewar but was poisoned
to death six months later. He died 1658.
- Rao ARJUNDASJI JAGANNATHJI,
21st Rao of Idar 1658/1659, he was killed by the Rehevar
Rajputs when he attacked Ranasan. He was killed in a battle in
- Rao GOPINATHJI KALYANMALJI,
22nd Rao of Idar 1664/1669, he regained Idar in 1664 and held
it for five years, when he was driven out by Garibdas Rehevar;
married and had issue. He died of an opium addiction in or
shortly after 1669.
- Rao Karansinhji Gopinathji (qv)
- Baiji Lal (name unknown),
married Thakur Shakti Singh of Nimaj
in Sirohi, and had issue.
- Rao KARANSINHJI GOPINATHJI,
23rd Rao of Idar at Pol 1669/1679, he drove out the Muslim
garrison in Idar in 1679 and regained possession of the
capital which he didn't hold for long; he fled to Sarvan where
he later died; married and had issue. He died at Sarvan in
1724 or 1728/1729.
- Rao Chandrasinhji Karansinhji (qv)
- Rao Madhavsinhji Karansinhji, he took possession of
Verabar, married and had issue (see Verabar).
- Rao CHANDRASINHJI KARANSINHJI, 24th Rao
of Idar at Pol 1679/1718 and 1st Rao of Pol 1718/1720, during
his reign the Muslims were driven out from Idar in 1718, he
placed Thakore Sardarsinghji of Valasna in charge of the
capital and returned to Pol and killed the Parihar Chief of
the placed and assumed the gadi
of Pol himself.
Period of anarchy 1679/1731, Thakore Sardarsinghji ruled in Idar for a short time but was expelled and replaced by Bacha Pandit until 1731, when Idar was conquered by the brothers of the Maharaja of Jodhpur.
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri ANANDSINHJI Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Idar 1731/1742, with the help of his brother Rai Singhji and a few horseman from Palanpur and the Kolis of Gadwara, he established himself in Idar in 1729 or 1731 without difficulty; in 1734, Jawan Mard Khan, a leading Mulsim Noble, marched on Idar but was forced to pay 175,000Rs when he found himself aopposed by the combined forces of the Maharaja of Idar and the Maratha Chiefs, Malharrao Holkar and Ranojirao Scindia; he was killed in an attack by the forces of the Chief of Ranasan in 1742 who took the capital but couldn't hold it when Maharaj Rai Singhji returned to Idar and drove out the Ranasan forces placing his nephew on the gadi and ruling in his place as Regent; married (amongst others) (a), 1735, Maharani Laad Kunwar, third daughter of Maharao Shri Chattarsal Singh, and his third wife, Rani Ropan De, and had issue. He was killed in 1742 or 1753.
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Shivsinhji Anandsinhji Sahib
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri SHIVSINHJI ANANDSINHJI Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Idar 1742/1791, born 1736, lost Parantij, Vijapur, Modasa, Bayad, Harsol and more to the Peshwa, in 1766 he was forced to pay a half share of the revenues of the state to Marathas as they claimed it had belonged to Maharaj Raisinghji who died without an heir, married and had issue, five sons. He died 1791.
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Bhawanisinhji Shivsinhji Sahib Bahadur (qv)
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sangramsinhji Shivsinhji Sahib Bahadur, 1st Maharaja of Ahmednagar 1791/1798, born about 1758, he was granted the estate of Ahmednagar by his father in 1773 but assumed independence from Idar in 1791; Senior member of the Council of Regency of Idar on behalf of his infant nephew 1791/1792; married and had issue. He died 1798.
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Karansinhji Sangramsinhji Sahib Bahadur, 2nd Maharaja of Ahmednagar 1798/1835, born 1787, and had issue. He died 6th February 1835.
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Prithisinhji Karansinhji Sahib Bahadur, 3rd Maharaja of Ahmednagar 1835/1839, born about 1818, married and had issue. He died 6th December 1839.
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Balwantsinhji Prithisinhji Sahib Bahadur, 4th Maharaja of Ahmednagar 1840/1841, born 23rd May 1840, died 28th September 1841.
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Takhatsinhji Karansinhji
Sahib Bahadur, 5th Maharaja of Ahmednagar 1841/1843 (#3), Regent of Ahmednagar
[6.12.1839] - 28.9.1841], Maharaja of Jodhpur, married (amongst
others), a lady of Pratapgarh, and had issue. He died
- HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir Pratap Singh Sahib Bahadur (see below)
- Maharaj Bhopal Singh, married and had issue.
- Lt.-Col. HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir Daulat Singh Sahib Bahadur (see below)
- Maharaj Shri Pratapsinhji Zalimsinhji, 2nd Raja Saheb of Morasa 1806/1821, born about 1788, adopted on 26th August 1806 (later locally nullified in 1815 but later restored by the British) by the widow of Raja Zalim Singh (his uncle), married and had (illegitimate?) issue. He died sp in 1819 (#5).
- Maharaj Hamirsinhji Pratapsinhji
- Maharaj Naharsinhji Pratapsinhji
- Maharaj Sirdarsinhji Pratapsinhji
- Maharaj Shri Zalimsinhji Shivsinhji, 1st Raja Saheb of
Morasa/Modasa in Idar 1792/1806, born about 1760, Regent of
Ahmednagar 1798/1806, died sp in 1806.
- Maharaj Shri Amirsinhji Shivsinhji, Raja Saheb of Bayar/Bayad/Baad in Idar 1792/1826, born about 1762, he was granted the estate of Baad around 1792; married and had issue, two daughters. He died spm in 1823 (#4).
- Fulji Lal, died unmarried.
- Faji Lal, she managed her share of the estate until her
death. She died unmarried.
- Maharaj Shri Indrasinhji Shivsinhji, blind, he was the Jagir of Soor (Sur) and three other villages for his support, married and had issue.
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri BHAWANISINHJI SHIVSINHJI Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Idar in 1791 (for 12 days only), born 1755, survived his father by only twelve days, married and had issue. He died 1791.
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Gambhirsinhji Bhawanisinhji Sahib Bahadur (qv)
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri GAMBHIRSINHJI BHAWANISINHJI Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Idar 1791/1833, born 1778, he was forced to pay off his uncles when they attacked him in 1795, in 1804, he helped the son of the murdered Thakur of Ghodvada to regain the gadi, in 1808 he attacked Virahar, a cadet of the Pol family and the villages of Temba, Navargam and Berna, exacting tribute from all of them, in 1809 he attacked a number of Koli and Rajput villages again exacting tribute; married and had issue. He died 12th August 1833 (#2).
- Yuvaraj Shri Umaidsinhji Gambhirsinhji Sahib Bahadur,
married (amongst others), Yuvrani Pran Kunwari, daughter of
Maharawat Sawant Singh of Pratapgarh,
and his wife, Maharani Swaroop Kunwari. He died vp.
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir Jawansinhji
Gambhirsinhji Sahib Bahadur (qv)
- Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir JAWANSINHJI GAMBHIRSINHJI Sahib Bahadur K.C.S.I., Maharaja of Idar 1833/1868 (Photo), born 1830, Maharaja [cr.1843] (personal use only), confirmed in his possession of Bayad, Modasa and Ahmednagar on 14th April 1848 by the British Government; Member of the Legislative Council of Bombay, married (amongst others), Maharani Jiji Kunwarba Sahiba of Dhrangadhra, and had issue. He died 26th December 1868.
- HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir Kesrisinhji Jawansinhji Sahib Bahadur (qv)
- Maharajkumari (name unknown), married 1875, HH
Maharana Sajjan Singh of Udaipur.
She died sp.
- HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir KESRISINHJI JAWANSINHJI Sahib Bahadur K.C.S.I., Maharaja of Idar 1868/1901 (Photo), born 1861 (1864), succeeded to the gadi on 26th December 1868 (#1), educated at Rajkumar College, Rajkot; he was granted a sanad of adoption and created a Knight Commander of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India on 15th February 1887, on the occasion of the Jubilee of the reign of Her Most Gracious Majesty. married (amongst others), (a), HH Maharani Udai Kunwarba Sahiba of Sokhada in Dhrangadhra, married (b), a sister of the Thakur Sahib of Mundeti, and had issue. He died 20th February 1901.
- HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Krishnasinhji Kesrisinhji Sahib Bahadur (qv)
- Kunwari Shri Nandkunwarba, born 1897, married 1910 (as his
first wife), HH Thakore Sahib Shri Digvijaysinhji
Daulatsinhji of Limbdi, and
- HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri KRISHNASINHJI KESRISINHJI Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Idar in 1901 (October 4th to November 30th), born posthumously 4th October 1901, died 30th November 1901.
- Lt.-Gen. HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir PRATAP SINGH Sahib Bahadur G.C.B., G.C.S.I., G.C.V.O., L.L.D., A.D.C., Maharaja of Idar 1902/1911, born October 1845 , K.C.S.I. [cr.1886] , G.C.S.I. [cr.1897] , G.C.V.O. [cr.1911] , K.C.B. [Hon.Mil. cr.1901], Hon. LL.D., ADC, Prime Minister of Jodhpur 1878/1881, Musahib Ala (First Minister) of Jodhpur 1882/1895 and 1897/1900 Regent of Jodhpur 1895/1897 and 1911/1914 and 1918/1922, son of HH Maharaja Takhat Singh of Jodhpur, married 1stly, HH Maharani Ratan Kunwar, daughter of Thakur Shri Lakshman Singh, Thakur Saheb of Jakhan, married 2ndly,1863, a daughter of Thakur Chattar Singh of Jaisalmer, married 3rdly, HH Maharani Bakhtawar Kunwar, daughter of Thakur Mohan Singh of Nawalgarh, married 4thly, HH Maharani Kishan Kunwar, younger daughter of Thakur Shri Lakshman Singh, Thakur Saheb of Jakhan, married 5thly, HH Maharani Mahtab Kunwar, daughter of Thakur Bhabhut Singh of Osian, and had issue, as well as issue by secondary wives. He died dspml on 4th September 1922 (#7 p.303) and was succeeded by his nephew and adopted son, Kunwar Daulat Singh, son of Maharaj Bhupal Singh of Jodhpur.
- (A) Lt.-Col. HH
Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir Daulat Singhji Sahib
- Maharajkumari Majit Kunwar (by Maharani Ratan Kunwar), died young.
- Rani Roop Kanwar (by Maharani Kishan Kunwar), married (as his first wife), Rao Bahadur Thakur Shivnath Singh of Bera, and had issue.
- Rao Raja Narpat Singh (by a daughter of Maharaja Madho Singh II of Jaipur), born 28th March 1892, he was granted the Jagirs of Palri-Marwar and Bithian in 1947; married 1916, Rani Indra Rajya Lakshmi Devi, daughter of Supradipta Manyabara Cdg.Gen. HH Shri Tin Maharaja Dev Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana of Nepal, 4th Prime Minister of Nepal; and had issue.
- Rao Raja Hanut Singh, born 1900, married 1stly, a daughter of HH Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh II of Jaipur, married 2ndly, Rani Priya Devi, born 1910, daughter of HH Maharaja Amar Prakash Bahadur of Sirmur, and had issue. He died 1982.
- Rao Raja Bijai Singh (by 1st wife), married Rani Kamal Kumari, and has issue.
- Rao Raja Lakshman Singh [Prince Bunny], born 1951, married Rani Lata Kaiker, and has issue, two sons.
- Kunwar Arjun Singh
- Kunwar Ranjit Singh
- Rani Harsh Kumari, born 1953, married (div.)(as his first wife), Raja Chandra Vijay Singh of Sahaspur, and has issue, one son and two daughters.
- Rao Raja Hari Singh (by 1st wife), married Rani Nawal Kanwar, and has adopted issue.
- (A) Serena Kumari
- Rajkumari Kalyan Kanwar (by 1st wife)
- Rao Raja Daljit Singh (by 2nd wife), married Rani Shakti Kumari from Bundi, and has issue.
- Kunwar Dalpat Singh
- Kunwar Digvijay Singh, married Kunwarani Mahima Rana from Nahan.
- Rajkumari Mamta Kumari, married Kunwar Martand Singh from Kumaon.
- Rao Raja Sagat Singh, married a daughter of HH Sir Sawai Maharaja Madho Singhji II Bahadur of Jaipur and had issue.
- Rao Raja Devi Singh, married Rani Padma Devi, daughter of Lt.Col. HH Sir Maharaja Narendra Shah Sahib Bahadur of Tehri-Garhwal, and has issue.
- Rao Raja Abhai Singh, married a daughter of Maharaja Madho Singhji II of Jaipur, and had issue.
- Kunwar Chander Singh, married, and has issue, two daughters.
- Kunwar Dulip Singh
- Lt.-Col. HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Sir DAULAT SINGHJI Sahib Bahadur K.C.S.I., Maharaja of Idar 1911/1931, born 12th May 1878 at Jodhpur (#8 p.27), son of Maharaj Bhupal Singh of Jodhpur, adopted by HH Maharaja Sir Pratap Singh in 1902; he was formally installed on the gadi on 21st July 1911 after the abdication of his predecessor; educated at Mayo College, Ajmer; the Honorary rank of Lieutenant-Colonel was conferred on him on 1st January 1918 in recognition of his services during WWI; he was appointed a K.C.S.I. on 1st January 1920 (#8 p.27), married HH Maharaniji Shri Poonglianiji, daughter of the Pattedar of Sattasar, and had issue. He died 14th April 1931 in Bomaby.
- HH Rani Tej Kunwar Ba Sahiba, born 13th June 1897 in Himmatnagar, married 1918 in Himmatnagar, Capt. HH Rana Sir Ranjit Singhji of Barwani, and had issue. She died 17th August 1980 in Indore.
- HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Himmat Singhji Sahib Bahadur (see below)
- Maharaj Shri Man Singhji, born 26th June 1906 (#8 p.27), married and had issue.
- Maharaj Umed Singhji, married and had issue. (Dowlat Villas Palace, Himmatnagar, Dist Sabarkanta, Gujarat, India).
- Maharaj Bhagirath Singhji, married a Princess of Nepal, and has issue, one daughter and one son.
- Rajkumari Maheshwari Devi, married Kunwar Shalivahan Singh of Kila Amargarh (see Rajgarh).
- Rajkumar Suryavir Singh, married March 2008, Rajkumarani Gitanjali Kumari, daughter of Maharajkumar Jagdeshwar Saran Singh Deo of Surguja, and his wife, Kurani Saheb Rajshree Singh Deo.
- Maharaj Ranvir Singhji, married a Rani from Jambugodha State, and has issue.
- Bhawar Harieshvarsinghji, educated at Himmatnagar
College; presently (2010) working in the family's
Petroleum and Commodities Trading business; married at
Dhabladhir, M.P., and has issue.
- Maharajkumar Narendra Singhji, married and has issue.
- Bhawar Karni Singhji, educated at Rajkumar College, Rajkot; presently working in the family's Petroleum and Commodities Trading business; married 3rd December 2005, Bhawrani Geetanjali Devi, born 10th April 1979, daughter of Kuwar Saheb Bhupendra Pratap Sahi of Deara in Uttar Pradesh, and his wife, Kawrani Saheba Usha Kumari, daughter of Raja Saheb Ram Singhji of Khandela-Senior, and has issue.
- Tawar Baisa Hemangini Kumari, born 18th April 2005.
- Maharaj Sahib Narpat Singhji, married Rani Sahib Jogmaya Devi of Dhenkanal, she died 6th September 2015, daughter of Maharajkumar Pattayet Sahib Narsingh Pratap Singh Deo of Dhenkanal, and his wife, Pattayet Rani Jatan Kumari Devi, and had issue. He died 24th February 2003.
- Maharaj Karan Singh, Managing Director - Spectrum International Hospitality Services, Sydney, Australia; married 10th July 1986 in Jaipur, Rani Aradhana Kumari, daughter of Rawat Sahib Nahar Singhji of Deogarh in Rajasthan, and his wife, Rani Bhuratna Prabha Kumari, and has issue, one son and one daughter.
- Rajkumar Nidhiraj Singh
- Rajkumari Vindhya Kumari
- Kunwarani Rajeswari Kanwar [Rani Rajeswari Singh, Rani R. Jhala], born 1960, married 1988, Kunwar Jaideep Singh of Tana, and has issue.
- Maharaj Prithviraj Singh, married 25th April 1993 (div'd. 8th May 2009), Rani Saheb Yogeshwari Bhati of Idar [Baijilal Yogheswari Bhati of Jaisalmer].
- Maharaj Manjit Singh, born 25th March 1964, married 20th June 1987 in Sydney, Australia, Rani Antoinette Marie Singh (née de Lamotte), and has issue.
- Rajkumari Kelsey Vivecca Singh, born 27th April 1994.
- Rajkumar Keenan Joseph Krishna Singh, born 4th September 1996.
- Maharaj Shri Madan Singhji, born 4th February 1912 (#8 p.27), married and has issue, one daughter.
- Maharajkumari Bhavar Baisa, married Kumar Shri Dr.
Dilavarsinhji Sahib of Lodhika, Ghar Jamaisa, and
has issue, one daughter. (Himmatnagar, Gujarat,
- Kumari Sweety Baisa, married the son of Maharaj Jaysinji Saheb of Binchiwada in Dungarpur. (Udaipur, Rajasthan, India)
- HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri HIMMAT SINGHJI Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Idar 1931/1960, born 2nd September 1899 (#6)(#8 p.27) in Jodhpur or 22nd October 1899 (#7 p.314), he succeeded his father on 14th April 1931 (#7 p.314) and was installed on the gadi on 11th July 1931 (#7 p.319); he acted as Page to H.I.M. at the Delhi Coronation Darbar in 1911, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer; he represented the college in tent-pegging and tennis; he was an accomplished sportsman and was reckoned as one of the best polo players at the college; after finishing his education he assisted his father in every aspect of the states administration; he toured India in 1929-1930 in order to gain experience; he also had great success with his race horses, winnning the Indian Derby and Eclipse Stakes (1937); married 1stly, 1908, HH Maharani Jawahar Kunwar Sahiba, elder daughter of Raja Hamir Singh of Khandela-Senior by his first wife, Rani Mertiji, married 2ndly, 1916, HH Maharani Tej Kunwar Sahiba, daughter of HH Swasti Sir Raja Kirti Shah of Tehri-Garhwal, married 3rdly, HH Maharani Megh Kunwar Sahiba of Sabalwad, and had issue. He died 24th November 1960.
- HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Daljit Singhji Sahib Bahadur (by Maharani Jawahar Kunwar) (qv)
- Maharaj Shri Amar Singhji Sahib (by Maharani Jawahar
Kunwar), born 1919, he was granted the jagir of Daljitgarh,
comprising 10 villages, by his father on 27th October 1933
(abolished 1st August 1954), married Rani Surendra Kunwar (Photo), died 2010, daughter
of Thakur Kalyan Singhji of Osian, and had adoptive issue.
He died 4th January 2013.
- (A) Maharaj Shri Jaideep Singhji Sahib, born 28th August 1993 at Himmatnagar.
- HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri DALJIT SINGHJI Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Idar 1960/1992, born 10th July 1917 (#7 p.320) in Jodhpur, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer; married 1939, HH Maharani Manhar Kunwar, daughter of Maharaj Shri Mohansinhji Jiwansinhji Jadeja of Jamnagar, and had issue. He died 17th May 1992.
- HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri Rajendra Singhji Sahib Bahadur (qv)
- HH Maharajadhiraja Maharaja Shri RAJENDRA SINGHJI Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Idar (see above)
- Rao Bhawanisinghji, 7th Rao of Idar fl.1406
- Rao Kiratsinghji, 8th Rao of Idar, married and had issue.
- Rawal Virajmalji, founder of Malpur.