Thakur Nawal Singh

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Thakur Nawal Singh Bahadur
Thakur and Bahadur (Tazimi)
ReignNawalgarh and Mandawa in Shekhawati
SuccessorThakur Narsinghdas
Born1715 AD
Died24 February 1780
Consort4 Thakuranis
Wives
  • Thakurani Udawatji
  • Thakurani Bikawatji
  • Thakurani Champawatji
  • Thakurani Bikawatji
Full name
Thakur Shri Nawal Singh Shekhawat Ji Saheb Bahadur
HouseBala Kila Fort(Nawalgarh), Mandawa fort(Mandawa)
DynastyShekhawat sub-clan of Kachwaha Dynasty (Amber/Jaipur State)
FatherThakur Shardul Singh
MotherThukrani Bakhat Kanwar Mertani Ji Sahiba (3rd wife of Thakur Shadul Singh)

Thakur Shri Nawal Singh Shekhawat Ji Saheb Bahadur (1742—1780) was the ruler of Nawalgarh and Mandawa, born in 1715, he was fifth son of Thakur Shardul Singh of Jhunjhunu, and his third wife, Thakurani Bakhat Kanwar, he was granted the title of Bahadur and a mansab of 3000 zat and 2000 sawars in 1775, built Bala Kila Fort and Fatehgarh Fort both in Nawalgarh, built Dalelgarh Fort in Dalelgarh, later renamed Pilani, he also built Mandawa Fort in Mandawa.

Wives[edit]

  • Thakurani Udawatji, daughter of Thakur Sangram Singh, and granddaughter of Thakur Sabal Singh of Deh in Nagour,
  • Thakurani Bikawatji, daughter of Thakur Himmat Singh, and granddaughter of Thakur Man Singh of Dadrewa in Bikaner,
  • Thakurani Champawatji, daughter of Thakur Hindu Singh, and granddaughter of Thakur Amar Singh of Auwa in Jodhpur,
  • Thakurani Bikawatji, daughter of Thakur Devi Singh, and granddaughter of Thakur Mokal Singh of Bhadonda,

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