Patan, Rajasthan

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Patan is located in Rajasthan
Patan is located in India
Location in Rajasthan, India
Coordinates: 27°48′18″N 75°58′48″E / 27.8051°N 75.9801°E / 27.8051; 75.9801Coordinates: 27°48′18″N 75°58′48″E / 27.8051°N 75.9801°E / 27.8051; 75.9801
Country  India
State Rajasthan
District Sikar
 • Official Hindi & English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration RJ
Nearest city Jaipur
Lok Sabha constituency Sikar

Patan is a city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. In the 12th century, it became the centre of a minor state called Tanwarawati or Torawati (after Tanwar/Tomar the clan name) ruled by the Tomara clan the chief of which the Rao of Patan[1] is considered the direct in descent from Anang Pal Tomar the ruler of Delhi before Prithviraj Chauhan.

This city was a war place for many rulers of India. In the eighteenth century the great Maratha warrior Alijah Shrinath Mahdhojirao (alias Mahadji Shinde) won the battle against the Rajput armies of Jaipur. Today's Jaipur and Jodhpur were on one side and on the other side was the army of Shrinath Mahadji Shinde supported by De Boigne. Apart from Tanwar, Rao Rajput also related to this and was the native of this town.

Rulers of Patan[2][3][edit]

  1. Rao Salunji (Saalivaahan)
  2. Rao Nihaalji
  3. Rao Dothji (Dohthaji)
  4. Rao Popatraj ji
  5. Rao Peepalrajji
  6. Rao Ranaji
  7. Rao Alsiji(Aasalji)
  8. Rao Kamalji (Kavarsi)
  9. Rao Mahipalji
  10. Rao Bhopalji, founded the Sarund Mata Temple in 1276, the temple of Kuldevi of Tanwar Rajputs.
  11. Rao Bachrajji
  12. Rao Bhaadarji
  13. Rao Bahadur Singhji
  14. Rao Prithvirajji
  15. Rao Kalyaan Ji
  16. Rao Kumbhaaji
  17. Rao Baharsiji
  18. Rao Jagmaalji
  19. Rao Purnamalji
  20. Rao Laakhanji
  21. Rao Loonkaranji
  22. Rao Kanwalrajji (Kevalji), married and had issue.
  23. Rao Aasalji
  24. Rao Kheebu (Pevji)
  25. Rao Sahamalji
  26. Rao Karpooriji
  27. Rao Beekoji
  28. Rao Chhotaa Aasalji
  29. Rao Balbhadra Singhji
  30. Rao Dalpat Singhji
  31. Rao Pratap Singhji
  32. Rao Kesri Singhji (Sinhraj)
  33. Rao Fateh Singhji
  34. Rao Jaswant Singhji
  35. Rao Ghaasiramji
  36. Rao Bamsiramji
  37. Rao SAMRATH SINGHJI, Rao of Patan -/1757
  38. Rao SAMPAT SINGHJI, Rao of Patan 1757/1790
  39. Rao JAWAHAR SINGHJI, Rao of Patan 1790/-
  40. Rao LAXMAN SINGHJI, Rao of Patan, married and had issue.
  41. Rao KISHAN SINGHJI, Rao of Patan -/1873, married and had adoptive issue. He died 1873.
  42. Rao MUKUND SINGHJI, Rao of Patan 1873/-, born about 1861, son of Thakur Pratap Singh, younger brother of Rao Kishan Singh, he succeeded by adoption; married 1882 in Patan, Rani (name unknown), daughter of Thakur Pratap Singh of Diggi, and his third wife, Thakurani Roop Kanwar.
  43. Rao KHUMAN SINGHJI, Rao of Patan, married and had issue.
  44. Rao MAHARAJ SINGHJI, Rao of Patan
  45. Rao Sahib UDAYA SINGH, Rao of Patan, born 28 April of 1892, married 1928 in Kathmandu, Rani Thagendra Rajya Lakshmi Kumari Devi, daughter of Gen. HH Shri Tin Maharaja Mohun Shamsher Jung Bahadur Rana of Nepal, Prime Minister of Nepal, and had issue.
  46. Rao Sahib BIR BIKRAM SINGHJI, Rao of Patan -/1991, born 18 August 1932, married 28 April 1960, Rani Sahiba Raghuraj Kumari [presently the Rajmata Sahiba of Patan], daughter of Maharaj Shri Pratap Singhji of Bhupalgarh (Udaipur), and had issue. He died 11 September 1991.
  47. Rao Sahib DIGVIJAY SINGH, Rao of Patan

Battle of Patan[edit]

Battle of Patan[4][5] of 19 June 1790 between the Marathas with French troops and the Rajputs of Jaipur and Jodhpur. For details of the battle and the role of De Boigne see Jadunath Sarkar [1]

External links[edit]

  1. ^ J. Digges, "The Rajputana gazetteers", Page 140
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  4. ^ N.G. Rathod, "The Great Maratha Mahadaji Scindia",Page 134
  5. ^ R.K. Gupta, S.R. Bakshi, "Studies In Indian History: Rajasthan Through The Ages" , page 256


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