Talk:Bais Rajputs

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Also known as Babu Rao Ram Bux Singh fought against the British. But ultimately his forces were defeated and he was caught at Varanasi and hanged to death in Daundia Khera on 28th of December 1858..


Born in 1823, son of the King of Bethar State, Ajit Singh, Chandrika Bux Singh came to the thrown after the untimely death of his father. He gave a tough fight to the British during the First war of Independence in 1857. Afterwards also he kept on his struggle. He killed the British Commander Murray and his wife and as a consequence he was arrested alongwith his family. The British decided to kill him in the most cruel way. He alongwith his family and associated was sentenced 'Kalapani ki Saja' as per the judgement on 28th Dec.1859. On 29th Dec,1859, it was ordered that his entire property be auctioned alongwith the above punishment. On his way to Kalapani, he was killed by the British on 30th Dec.1859. TOP —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 22:40, 22 March 2008 (UTC)

The Information Regarding the Bais rajput Clan.[edit]

Respected member,

                   The Information Regarding the Bais rajput Clan is how much true.From where you collect this information.reply me on my email iD  —Preceding unsigned comment added by Jitu 0098 (talkcontribs) 14:30, 12 May 2008 (UTC) 

this does not have information regarding the generations of the royal families... — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 16:24, 28 July 2012 (UTC)


This page is undergoing construction, the main aim is to improve this page greatly with in the next six months so at many times there will appear extensive changes bettering the article with every step.

It is requested that you kindly do not tamper with this page but instead add a request for something to be included.

Any grammatical mistakes such as spelling and punctuation, please kindly correct, otherwise please do not change the article on large scales but instead paste what you want done with the information and references on this talk page.

Also, any information on the subject would be greatly valued. (Please just paste in this discussion page with explanation* and reference*)

Thank you for you co-operation.

--BhainsRajput (talk) 16:30, 6 February 2009 (UTC)


Hey!, Its great to see that things are active on the page and people are editing but i have one small request:

If you have any knowledge or a website or book title or scraps of information or simply even any information even the smallest on the subject please post it on the discussion page, i would be only too happy to add it and it would be much appreciated!!! Anything of relevence, even the smallest things may be vital

Thank you! --BhainsRajput (talk) 20:41, 20 February 2009 (UTC)

Tone and content[edit]

The tone of this article is completely unacceptable. "honourable warriors"? "extremely wealthy"? "Best dressed"?!!?!? "eminent reputation"? and my personal favorite: "renowned for their courage and valour as warriors "?!???!!

This has got to be cleaned up in a big big way. I don't want to chop it myself because I'm not familiar with the subject but if it doesn't get fixed, I'll do it at some point. Pascal.Tesson (talk) 20:42, 6 April 2009 (UTC)

I'm reinserting the above comment which was deleted. Was it deleted in an attempt to pretend that nobody disputes the neutrality of the article... In any case, enough is enough: the article is even worst than what I remembered. I will flesh out all content which isn't neutral in tone or properly referenced. Pascal.Tesson (talk) 06:39, 7 August 2009 (UTC)

While 'fleshing out' you practically kicked chunks out of the article you probably never even read. Next time you're going to try and 'flesh out' a page, think about the stuff you're deleting. -- (talk) 12:28, 5 September 2009 (UTC)

        • COMMENT***

Research data before entering

It is stated that there is genetic research in the structural and figer print od DNA of Rajputs and Jats and major differences are seen in their lineages, this is a serious aspect and comment. "please state reference to any such research study done by and scientist" to that part of information or delete it. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 16:42, 12 December 2009 (UTC)