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The Sarvaiya rajputs come from a branch of the Chudasamas, Rajputs. Sarvaiya, Chudasama and Raijada consider themselves to be brethren and as such do not intermarry. They worship Khodiyar as sahayak devi and Momai as kuldevi.
Their name derives from the estate of Sarva, which they once ruled when Kunvar Bhimsinh ji waived his right to be the king of Junagadh state, to his younger brother. Among other estates, that they ruled were Amreli, Hathasni, Jesar, Vasavad, Santhli, Chital, Kundla, Gohilwad, Chhatrasa, Chiroda, Chok, Paa, Ranigam, and other estates in Kathiawar. ( total 911 estate holders )
Until the independence of India in 1947, the princely state of Jesar, Hathasni and nearby estates were ruled by Sarvaiya Rajputs. The Jesar along with other Princely States was merged into Union of India to form the United State of Kathiawar.
-  Gujarat, Part 3 By Kumar Suresh Singh, Rajendra Behari Lal, Anthropological Survey of India
- . Quote: "Jesar is situated in the Und Sarvaiyawad-sub-division of the Gohilvad district. It is about eight miles south-west of Chok thanah, sixteen miles southwest of Palitana, and twenty-four miles east of Kundla. The Grasias are Sarvaiyas Rajputs and trace their origin from Amreli Sarvaiyas, who it seems were Bhayat of Sarva"