|PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: Jadawata
was one of 28 thikanas belonging to the Khangarot clan of
the Jaipur Royal Family and which was located near Narena
at Dudu Tehsil of Jaipur District in Rajasthan. The family
shares a common ancestry with the Kachhawa Chiefs of
Khangarot Thikanas - Sakhun, Bichun, Diggi (7 villages),
Paldi, Pachewar (5 villages), Sewa, Sawarda, etc. all
being descended from eponymous Rao Bhakar Singh of Sakhun,
son of Rao Khangar and greatgrandson of Raja Prithvi Singh
I of Jaipur (Amber). The fiefdom originally comprised of
the hereditary estate of Jadawata to which later
Gangadwadi estate was added as inam hence free of lagan
(taxes/cess). The Thakur pays no tribute and only renders
service with six horses and sawars deployed at Sambhar.
Estate holders were....
- Raja PRITHVIRAJ
SINGH I, 8th Raja of Jaipur (Amber)
1502/1527, married Rani Bala Bai (Apoorva Devi) of Bikaner, and had
issue. He died 4th November 1527.
- Rao Jag Malji (sixth son), he was granted the
Jagir of Diggi,
he married Rani Neta Kunwari, daughter of Rana Pahar
Singh of Amarkot, and had issue, five sons. He died
- Rao Khangar, married and had issue, 13 sons,
ancestors of the Khangarots, which comprised one
of the Bara
Kotri (12 Chambers) of the Kachhawa
Royal Family. He died in 1584.
- Thakur Bhakar Singh of Sakhun (eighth son),
married ten wives, and had issue, eight sons.
He died in 1633.
- Thakur Dwarkadas of Tilorna, married
two wives, and had issue, five sons.
- Thakur Ajab Singh, married and had
- Thakur Bijai Singh, married and
- Thakur Lakhteer Singhji
- Thakur LAKHTEER
SINGHJI, Thakur Sahib of Jadawata, he
participated in battle with Maharaja Madho Singh of
Jaipur, Maharaja of Jaipur 1880/1922, and for his
valour, he was awarded the tax-free Gangadwari jagir
in Bandikui as a token of admiration. He married and
had issue, one son.
- Thakur KISHAN
SINGHJI, Thakur Sahib of Jadawata, married
1stly, Thakurani Mertaniji of Thikana Ladariya in
Marwar, she had issue, one son, married 2ndly, a
daughter of Sakatsinghot Rathore Thakur Saheb of
Tazimi Thikana Nalu in Kishangarh, and had further
issue, three sons.
- Thakur Nathu Singh (qv)
- Thakur Pane Singh (qv)
- Thakur Gopal Singh (qv)
- Thakur NATHU
SINGHJI, Thakur Sahib of Jadawata, educated
privately, married Thakurani Mertaniji (name unknown),
elder daughter of Madhodasot Mertia Rathore Thakur
Sahib of Dobri Palace, a collateral branch of Rian,
and his wife, a Kanawat Princess of Amarpura
(Amargarh) in Mewar [Dobri Thakuranisa] (sister of
Achrol Thakuranisa) (#1).
He died sp.
- Thakur PANE SINGHJI,
Thakur Sahib of Jadawata, educated privately, apart
from being an able and intelligent administrator, a
renowned vaidya and puppeteer, he promoted ancient
vedic science, the art of puppetry and crafts in the
region, married Thakuranisa Kesar Kanwar [afterwards
Majisaheb Kesar Kanwar of Jadawata] younger daughter
of the Thakur Sahib of Dobri, and his wife, a Princess
of Amarpura in Mewar, she died of cancer after
prolonged treatment, and had issue, three daughters.
He died at an old age after prolonged treatment by a
British Doctor at Jadawata, though the thikana
properties got vested in his younger brother, his wife
and daughters received a considerable share in
ancestral properties and assets.
- Rani Umaid Kanwar, married Raja Amar Singh,
R.A.S. Officer (Tehsildar), Thakur of Tazimi
Thikana Kumana (14 Villages) in Bikaner, his
father Raja Daulat Singhji Bahadur was the A.D.C.
to the Maharaja of Bikaner, a special train came
from Bikaner for their marriage. He had issue, one
son and two daughters. (Kumana
Palace, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India)
- Kunwar Raj Singh, married 1stly, Baisa
of Rajgarh in Alwar, married 2ndly, Baisa of
Abhaneri in Jaipur.
- Baisa Indra Kanwar, married Thakur
Kalyan Singh, Thakur of Thikana Sheopur in
Jaipur, she died sp.
- Baisa Chandra Kanwar, her share in
Jadawata was sold off to her aunt without
registration but she later resold it to Jats
which was followed by a legal suit which she
won, she married Thakur Kalyan Singh, Thakur
of Thikana Sheopur near Sanganer in Jaipur,
and has issue, one son.
- Col. Thakur Virendra Singh, currently
serving in Indian Army.
- Thakuranisa Saubhagya Kanwar, married
Indersinghot Mertia Thakur Bhawani Singh, Thakur
Sahib of Dohri Tazimi Thikana Narayanpura (12
villages) in Maroth (see Jiliya), and had issue. (Narayanpura-Garh
Fort, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India)
- Thakur Mahavir Singh, he succeeded as
the Thakur Saheb of Narayanpura Garh.
- Kunwar Kochu Banna
- Baiji Lal Murdhar Kanwar
- Baiji Lal Sanji Kanwar, married at
- Thakurani Lad Kanwar Sahiba [Majisaheb Lad
Kanwar of Jiliya], born 1928, educated privately,
married 1943 at Parli House, Jaipur (as his second
wife), Thakur Shri Bijay Singhji of Jiliya, died 17 January
2004, and has issue. (Jiliya Snr-Fort /
Shiv Fort / Maroth Fort / Lalgarh Fort
- Thakur GOPAL
SINGHJI, Thakur Sahib of Jadawata, married 1stly,
a daughter of the Thakursa of Thikana Mayapur in
Jodhpur, married 2ndly, a Baisa of Cheevli in Jaipur,
and had issue, seven sons and two
- Kunwar Sadul Singh, married 1stly, Baisa of
Mayapur (Miapur), she had issue, one son, married
2ndly, Mertaniji Baisa of Jhag near Nawa, and had
- Thakur Ram Singh (by 1st wife) (qv)
- Thakur Shambhu Singh (qv)
- Kunwar Bharat Singh, married and has issue.
- Kunwar Mool Singh, married and has
- Kunwar Bhairon Singh, born 1968, married into
Mertia Rathore family of Manana, and has issue
- Thakur RAM SINGHJI,
Thakur Sahib of Jadawata, married the daughter of
Kunwar Saubhag Singh of Anandpura Palace [Garh of
Anatpura], and granddaughter of the Raja Bakhtawar
Singh of Gaudavati (see Jiliya), and his second wife,
daughter of Ladkhani Thakur Gopal Singh Shekhawat of
Bhima. He died sp.
- Thakur SHAMBHU
SINGHJI, Thakur Sahib of Jadawata, (see