| PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: This
of fifteen villages, covering an area of 45 square miles
was founded about 1590 by Rao Sakat Singh (son of Raja
Udai Singhji of Jodhpur),
who was granted the estate by Padshah Akbar as a reward
for saving him from drowning as well as for his services
to Padshah Akbar in his campaign against Bengal. Estate
- Thakur SAKAT SINGH,
1st Thakur Saheb of Kharwa fl.1590, married and had
- Thakur KARAN SINGH,
2nd Thakur Saheb of Kharwa, married and had issue.
- Thakur HUKUM GIR,
3rd Thakur Saheb of Kharwa, married and had issue.
- Thakur KALU SINGH,
4th Thakur Saheb of Kharwa, married and had issue.
- Thakur FATEH SINGH,
5th Thakur Saheb of Kharwa, married and had issue.
- Thakur AMAR SINGH,
6th Thakur Saheb of Kharwa, married and had issue.
- Thakur RAM SINGH I,
7th Thakur Saheb of Kharwa, married and had issue.
- Thakur SURAJ MAL,
8th Thakur Saheb of Kharwa, married and had issue.
- Thakur Deo Singh (qv)
- Thakur Chatar Singh of Deogarh
- Thakur DEO SINGH,
9th Thakur Saheb of Kharwa, married and had issue.
- Thakur Pratap Singh (qv)
- Thakur Gulab Singh of Nasun
- Thakur PRATAP SINGH,
10th Thakur Saheb of Kharwa, married and had issue.
- Thakur Ram Singh (qv)
- Thakur Shyam Singh of Bhawani Khera or
- Thakur RAM SINGH II,
11th Thakur Saheb of Kharwa, married and had issue.
- Yuvaraj Jaswant Singh, married and had issue.
- Rao Saheb Thakur Madho Singh (qv)
- Rao Saheb Thakur
MADHO SINGH, 12th Rao Saheb of Kharwa -/1898,
Honorary Magistrate and Munsif within the limits of
his own estate, he was granted the title of Rao Saheb as a personal distinction in 1877, married and had
issue, one son and one daughter. He died 8th November 1898.
- Rao Saheb Thakur Gopal Singh (qv)
- Rani Mool Kanwar, married 1892, Raja Sajjan Singh
and had issue.
- Rao Saheb Thakur
GOPAL SINGH, 13th Rao Saheb of Kharwa
1898/1939, born 17th October 1873, he was sentenced to four years
of imprisonment in the Todgarh Fort for organising a
revolt against the British, and every spring on the
anniversary of his death, the residents of Kharwa and
nearby villages gather at a mela (celebration
or fair) to commemorate their former Thakur Saheb;
married and had issue. He died 1939.
- Rao Saheb Ganpat Singh (qv)
The estate was
placed under attachment by the Government on 27th June 1915, but this was
subsequently withdrawn and the estate was placed under the
management of the Court of Wards
- Capt. Rao Saheb
GANPAT SINGH, 14th Rao Saheb of Kharwa
1939/(1948), born 17th August 1895 in Kharwa, educated
at Mayo College, Ajmer; he served in the Western
Command with the rank of Captain; he was elected to
the Ajmer Legislative Assembly in 1951; he was part of
the Assembly Progressive Party and together with other
landowners, he opposed the Ajmer Abolition of
Intermediaries and Land Reforms Act of 1955; he
contested the Beawar seat unsuccessfully in the 1957
Rajasthan Legislative Assembly election; married and
had issue. He died after 1957.
- Rao Saheb Keshav Sen (qv)
- Rajkumari Lakshmi Kanwar, married (as his second
wife), Raja Ram Singh of Khandela-Senior,
and has issue.
- Rao Saheb KESHAV
SEN, 15th Rao Saheb of Kharwa, married Rani
Uma Kanta Devi, born 1924, daughter of Raja
Vijaipratap Narayan Bahadur Pal of Mahson, and his wife,
Rani Pratap Kunwar.
- Rao Saheb CHANDRA
SEN, 16th Rao Saheb of Kharwa (see above)
- Thakurani Suraj Kanwar, married Thakur Ajit Singhji
of Mandawa Pana I.
- Kunwar Ghanshyam Singh, married Baijilal Priti
Kumari, daughter of Rawat Lalit Singhji of Bansi.
- Thakur of Kharwa, married a daughter of Thakur
Bahadur Singhji of Mukangarh.
- Thakur Govind Deo fl.2005