|Rajput clan: Rathore|
|Descended from:||Kannauj (Gahadvala)|
|Ruled in||Kannauj, Marwar, Jangladesh, Malwa|
|Princely states:||Marwar (1226–1949)
In the northern part of India, the Rathore (or Rathor or Rathur or Rathod or Rathour) is a Suryavanshi Indian clan. The Rathores have traditionally ruled the Marwar region of Rajasthan in northwestern India.
- Durgadas Rathore
- Amar Singh Rathore, famously jumped from the walls of Agra Fort on his horse
- Gaj Singh, politician and a member of the former ruling family of Jodhpur
- Jaswant Singh of Marwar, 17th century ruler of Marwar.
- Maldeo Rathore, 16th century ruler of Marwar.
- Jadu Nath Singh, fourth recipient of Param Vir Chakra
- Pal, Dharam (1978). Traditions of the Indian army (3rd ed.). National Book Trust, India. Cite: Naik Jadunath Singh, a Rathor Rajput, serving in 1/7 Rajput Regiment (now the 4th Battalion of the Brigade of Guards) won the Param Vir Chakra posthumously in the Jammu and Kashmir operations in 1948.