List of Rajput dynasties and states

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During the medieval and later feudal/colonial periods, many parts of North India and modern-day Pakistan were ruled as soveriegn or princely states by various dynasties of ruling Hindu warrior class- Rajput. Following is the list of those ruling Rajput dynasties of the Indian subcontinent :

List of Rajput dynasties and their (main) states[edit]

During their centuries-long rule of northern India, the Rajputs constructed several palaces. Shown here is the Chandramahal in City Palace, Jaipur, Rajasthan, which was built by the Kachwaha Rajputs.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Rajputs – Bhanj Dynasty Provinces
  2. ^ Census of India, 1981: Uttar Pradesh – Google Books. Retrieved on 2013-07-12.
  3. ^ Vijaya R Trivedi
  4. ^ Dogra Dynasty
  5. ^ G.S. Ghurye (2005). Rajput Architecture. Popular Prakashan. p. 36. ISBN 81-7154-446-0. 
  6. ^ Roma Niyogi, The history of the Gāhaḍavāla dynasty, page 8
  7. ^ Mcleod, John (6–9 July 2004). The Rise and Fall of the Kutch Bhayati (PDF). Eighteenth European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies, University of Lund. p. 5. Retrieved 13 September 2012. 
  8. ^ Hussain Khan (2004), Chronicles of Early Janjuas, iUniverse, ISBN 0-595-28096-X, ... Jayapala, son of Asatapala, succeeded Bhimadeva in about 353/964. Jayapala was a scion of the Janjua (Rajput) dynasty ... Jayapala being Janjua (Rajput) was known as Hindu Shahi and had succeeded the former Brahman Hindu Shahi ... 
  9. ^ Indian Encyclopaedia, Volume 1
  10. ^ dynasty of Himchal
  11. ^ a b The History of India by Kenneth Pletcher
  12. ^ Britannica
  13. ^ Garhwal & Kumaon: A Guide for Trekkers and Tourists – K. P. Sharma – Google Books. Retrieved on 2013-07-12.
  14. ^ Bandana Rai
  15. ^ Greater Game: India's Race with Destiny and China by David Van Praagh
  16. ^ Studies In Indian History: Rajasthan
  17. ^ Asha Ranawat
  18. ^ Humayun: the great moghul by Shiri Ram Bakshi, Sri Kant Sharma
  19. ^ Historical Dictionary of Medieval India by Iqtidar Alam Khan

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