Towns and Villages of Chauhan Dominions

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Author of this article is Laxman Burdak लक्ष्मण बुरड़क

Chauhan Dominions tries to explain Towns and Villages in Chauhan dominions from C. 800 to 1316 A.D. This section is mainly taken for research purpose from Early Chauhān dynasties: a study of Chauhān political history, Chauhān political institutions, and life in the Chauhān dominions from C. 800 to 1316 A.D., by Dasharatha Sharma, Books treasure, Jodhpur. ISBN 0-8426-0618-1. See (p.348-353)

Professor Dasharatha Sharma (1903–1976) was an Indologist and a noted expert in the history of the Rajasthan. He received a Doctor of Literature (D. Litt.) for his thesis Early Chauhan Dynasties. His noted monograph Early Chauhan Dynasties was first published in 1959.

Identifying the ancient Chauhan Towns and villages

According to Dasharatha Sharma[1], In the Chauhan dominions, as elsewhere in India, towns grew up round forts, courts, sacred sites, and points of strategic and commercial importance. Ajayameru, Nadol, Ranthambhor, Jalor and Sambhar were not only capitals of important kingdoms and chiefships but also excellent places for offensive and defensive military action. Satyapura, Kanyanayana, Bhinmal, Phalavardhika, and Abu were sacred sites, tough the last one of these had also considerable strategic importance. Tabarhindah, Asika (Hansi), Sunam, Sarasvati (Sirsa), and Kohram owed their importance to being places of defence and refuge on the route from north-western India to Ajayameru. Delhi was the gateway to Madhyadesha and Nagapura (Nagor) commanded the route to the riches of Sapadalaksha and Marwar.

Of other towns and villages whose location can reasonably be determined, we have listed more than 300 such villages in this chapter. Many more perhaps lie buried under the shifting sands of the Thar Desert, many have indistinguishably changed their names, and not a few have been deserted on account of inexplicable changes in socio-political and climatic conditions. The Jaisalmer area had better rainfall and more population according to all the historical and semi-historical accounts at our disposal. Various explanations have been given for a change in the climate of Sindh. They can apply equally to western Rajasthan the neighbour of Sindh.

Dasharatha Sharma[2] writes that We do not know the exact plan on which these towns were built, though a general idea can be formed on the basis of the poetic descriptions in the Prithvirajavijaya, the Prabhavakacharita, the Upamitibhavaprapanchakatha and other literary works of Rajasthan and adjoining areas. The Prabhavakacharita tells us that the fort of Ajmer was surrounded by a belt of thorn trees and bushes. From the Prthvirajavijaya we learn that it was full of temples multi-storeyed houses, step-wells, tanks and prapas. From the Upamitibhavaprapanchakat and other literary sources we find that most big towns had the following features :

  • ( 1) A prakara or high wall surrounding the town which was buttressed by mounds of mud (vapra) on both sides.
  • (2) A mahaparikha or moat deep and broad enough to obstruct the enemy and not unoften full of crocodiles and alligators.
  • (3) Deep waterless wells or pits near the prakara into which the unwary enemy would fall while marching in.
  • (4) Two wide roads or maharajamargas which ran from one direction to the other and crossed each other at the centre of the city.
  • (5) Smaller roads called rathytis and maharathyas branching off maharajamargas.
  • (6) Division of big towns into ptitakas or wards with their own chatushkas (quadrangles) and trikas (triangles).
  • (7) Markets full of commodities from various parts of the country.
  • (8) Magnificent temples and buildings, tanks, wells, prapas and parks.

Following details (S.No.1-131) have been obtained from Appendix-L (pp.348-353) of the book Early Chauhan Dynasties (From 800 to 1316) by Dasharatha Sharma:

  • The Kharataragachchhapaṭṭavalī of Jinapala and his successors gives the following names from S.No. 1 to 91.
  • Towns from S.No. 92 to 113 may be presumed to have existed in our period on account of the antiquarian remains found in them.
  • Names from S.No. 114 to 125 are supplied by literary sources such as Hammiramahakavya, Prithvirajavijaya, Kanhadadeprabandha and Muslim histories.
  • Names from S.No. 126 to 131 are added on consultation of the catalogues of old manuscripts.
  • Names from S.No. 132 onwards are added by Jaland Wiki editor from various Inscriptions.
  • Names of villages with red entry are yet to be identified.

Teble-1: Towns and villages mentioned by Dasharatha Sharma

S. No Place name in Chauhan Dominions Source of identification by Dasharatha Sharma Modern location
1. Abohar (अबोहर) In the Ferozepore District, Punjab. Mentioned also by Ibn Batuta as a flourishing town in his time. Abohar, Ferozepore District, Punjab
2. Babberaka (बब्बेरक)/Babera(बबेरा) Mentioned also in the Lalilavigraharaja-nataka. The Prabandhachintamani calls it Bambera (बंबेरा). Dr. Kielhorn's identification of the town with Baghera, 47 miles to the south-east of Ajmer, does not appear to be right. It is actually near Jasrapur (Khetri, Jaipur Division, Rajasthan). Dasharatha Sharma identifies Vavvera with Jasrapur which is 6 miles from Khetri (p.68). But it may be Bewad (बेवड़) Village in Rajgarh tahsil of Churu district in Rajasthan. Babera is Roopangarh (रूपनगढ़ ), Kishangarh,Ajmer, Rajasthan.
3. Badali (बादली) A village some miles to the north-west of Delhi. Badli in Jhajjar district in Haryana.
4. Bahadameru (बाहड़मेरु) Modern Barmer in the Jodhpur Division, Rajasthan. Sometimes called Vagbhatameru also. See:XXII Juna (Barmer) Stone Inscription of V.S. 1352 (1295 AD)(Chahamans of Marwar Barmer, Rajasthan
5. Baradia (बरडिया) Bardiya is village in Gangdhar tahsil in Jhalawar district in Rajasthan. Baradiya is Jat Gotra
6. Daridreraka (दरिद्रेरक) Modern Dadrewa, a few miles from the Sadulpur station, Northern Railway. Dadrewa (ददरेवा) in Rajgarh Churu tahsil in Churu district of Rajasthan
7. Dindiyanaka (डिंडियानक) Modern Didwana Nagaur in the Jodhpur State. Mentioned also in Bhoja Pratihara's grant of V. 900. Didwana Nagaur in Nagaur district of Rajasthan
8. Gudaha (गुड़हा) Modern Guddha near Sambhar. Gurha Rajawata, Gurha Salt in Nawa tehsil in Nagaur district, Rajasthan.
9. Jaisalmeru (जैसलमेरू) Modern Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.
10. Jhunjanu (झुंजनु) Modern Jhunjhanu in the Jaipur Division. Jhunjhanu, Rajasthan.
11. Karahetaka (करहेटक) Modern Kareda in Mewar Karera (करेड़ा) village in Rajsamandin tahsil and district or Mandal Bhilwara or Karera (Chittor)  ?
12. Kasahrada (कासह्रद) Modern Kayadran 4 miles to the north of Kivarli Station on the Western Railway, Rajasthan. Ancient town in

Sirohi district in Rajasthan. Kasarda (कासरदा) is also in District Sikar, Rajasthan.

13. Khattakupa (खट्टकूप) Modern Khatu, Jaipur Division. Khatu in Danta Ramgarh of Sikar district in Rajasthan.
14. Khetaka (खेटक) Modern Khed, Jodhpur Division, Rajasthan. 5 miles from Luni. Khed in Pachpadra Tahsil of Barmer district in Rajasthan.
15. Korantaka (कोरण्टक) Modern Korta, 16 miles south-west of Sanderao. Jodhpur Division, Rajasthan. In Sumerpur tah. Pali district, Rajasthan.
16. Kosavana (कोसवाणा) Same as Kosana of the Rao Jetsi ro Chhanda. Kosana in Bhopalgarh tahsil of Jodhpur district in Rajasthan.
17. Latahrada (लाटह्रद) For location see above. Radadhara (राड़धरा) in Malani area Barmer, Rajasthan
18. Mandavyapura (माण्डव्यपुर) Modern Mandor near Jodhpur. Mentioned as early as V. 984 in Bauka's inscription and later in the Sundha inscription. Modern Mandor (मंडोर) in Phalaudi, Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
19. Marukotta (मरुकोट्ट) Marot, a little to the north-west of Sambhar. Maroth in Nawan tehsil of Nagaur District in Marwar
20. Merta (मेड़ता) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1, p.5529 Merta (मेड़ता), Nagaur, Rajasthan
21. Nana (नाना) On the Western Railway Jodhpur Division, Rajasthan. Nana In Bali tahsil in Pali district in Rajasthan.
22. Narabhata (नरभट) Modern . Near Pilani, Jaipur Division, Rajasthan. inscription of Vigraharija IV's V.1218. Narhad in Chirawa tehsil in Jhunjhunu district in Rajasthan
23. Navahara (नवहर) Modern Nohar, Bikaner Division, Rajasthan

Nohar (नोहर) in Hanumangarh district, Rajasthan.

24. Palhupura (पल्हुपुर) Pallu, a small village now in the Bikiner Division. In Nohar tahsil in Hanumangarh district in Rajasthan
25. Pali (पाली) In Jodhpur Division. Had a strong fort. Mentioned also in Taj-ul-Ma-asir (ED., II, pp. 229-230.) Pali in Rajasthan.
26. Puskarini (पुष्करिणी) Modern Pokaran in Jodhpur Division. Pokaran (पोकरण) town in Jaisalmer district in Rajasthan.
27. Ramasayana (रामशायन) Modern Ramseen in Jodhpur Division. mentioned also in the Sundha inscription. Modern Ramseen, Bhinmal, Jalor
28. Ratnapura (रत्नपुर) Modern Ratanpur in the Jodhpur Division. Mentioned also in the Sundha inscription. Ratanpura Jalor in Sanchore tahsil in of Jalor district in Rajasthan.
29. Rohtak (रोहतक) Rohtak, Haryana
30. Samyanayana (सम्यानयन) Modern Siwana in the Jodhpur Division. Siwana Barmer
31. Siriyanaka (सिरियाणक) Modern Sirana in western Marwar. Sirana in Rohat Pali or Sayla Jalore. Or Siriyasar Kalan (?) village in tehsil Jhunjhunu of Jhunjhunu district in Rajasthan.
32. Tilapatha (तिलपथ) Modern Tilpat Tilpat (तिलपत) in Faridabad district, Haryana.
32a. Vikramapura (विक्रमपुर) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation Modern Bikampurin Kolayat tahsil, Bikaner, Rajasthan.
33. Ajayapuri (अजयपुरी) Modern (Pokran) Phalodi in the Jodhpur Division. ?
34. Badari (बदरी) Probably Borli, 8 miles north of Nadlai. See Garhbor Inscription of 1444 AD
35. Bhatuttapadra (भटुट्टपद्र) Bhatund , 10 miles south of Bali, Jodhpur Division. Bhatoond in Bali Pali
36. Bhadeuva (भड़ेउव) Modern Barwa Pali, 5 miles south-west of Lalrai. Barwa Pali in Bali Pali
37. Bhitalavataka (भीटलवाटक) In Nadol territory. Bheetwara (भीटवाड़ा) village in Bali tahsil in Pali district, Rajasthan.
38. Bhrgukachchha (भृगुकच्छ) Modern Broach in the Bombay Presidency. Was the capital of Sankha and probably also of Bhartṛavaḍḍha II
39. Budhapatra (बूढपत्र) Modern Burtra in the Jalor Pargana (Jodhpur Division).  ?
40. Chhatradhara (छत्रधार) Mentioned in the Harsha inscription Harsha Village
41. Chhechhadiya (छेछडिया) Modern Chhechhli, about 4 miles to the north of Sevadi, Jodhpur Division, Rajasthan. See -Chahamans of Marwar(III Sevadi Stone Inscription of Ashvaraja S.V. 1167) Chhechhli ? Sewari is in Bali Pali tahsil in Pali district
42. Dariji (दारिजी) One of the Naddulai twelve. See Nadol Plates of A.D. 1160  ?
43. Devasuri (देवसूरी) Modern Desuri in Godvvad (Jodhpur Division). Desuri (देसूरी) is a tahsil town in Pali district in Rajasthan.
44. Dhalop (धालोप) In the Jodhpur Division.See-Chahamans_of_Marwar:

IX Nadol Stone Inscription of Rayapala V.S. 1198 (1141 AD)

Dhalop is in Desuri tahsil in Pali district, Rajasthan
45. Dhavagarta (धवगर्ता) Dasharatha Sharma p.73 Dhor in Jahazpur tahsil in Bhilwara district, Rajasthan.
46. Dhavalapuri (धवलपुरी) Modern Dholpur. Dholpur in Rajasthan
47. Ghontavarsika (घोण्टावार्षिका) Modern Ghotarsi, a small village in the Pratapgarh State. See the chapter on the Chauhans of Pratabgarh. Ghotarsi in Pratapgarh
48. Haravandara (हरवंदार) One of the Naddulai 12. See Nadol Plates V.S. 1218 (A.D. 1160)  ?
49. Jayapura (जयपुर) Different from modern Jaipur. Named in the Harsha inscription as a vishaya of Spadalaksa. ?
50. Jhamara (झामरा) Modern Jhanvra, a small village near Mandor. Jhanwar Jodhpur (झंवर) village in Luni tahsil of Jodhpur district in Rajasthan.
51. Kanasuvam (कणसुवम) A village of the Naddulai 12.See Nadol Plates V.S. 1218 (A.D. 1160) Kanswa ?
52. Kanhapallika (कण्हपल्लिका) Was in the Sarahkotta (Sargot) vishaya. Sargoth (सरगोठ) Sri Madhopur tahsil, Sikar district in Rajasthan.
53. Kardamakhataka (कर्दमखातक) Was in the Jayapura-vishaya.See Harsha Inscription of 961 AD (L-35) Kadam Ka Bas (कदमा का बास) is village in Sikar tahsil district Sikar in Rajasthan.
54. Kavilada (कविलाडा) A village of the Naddulai 12. See Nadol Plates V.S. 1218 (A.D. 1160) ?
55. Kelikupaka (केलिकूपक) Was a village in Sapadalaksa (Harsha inscription). Kolida (कोलिड़ा) village in Sikar tahsil & district in Rajasthan.
56. Kiratakupa (किराटकूप) Modem Kiradu near Barmer (Jodhpur Division). Kiradu is a site of Shiva tempe in tahsil Ramsar in District Barmer in Rajasthan.
57. Lalrai (लालराइ) Jodhpur Division. Lalrai village in Bali Pali tahsil in Pali district, Rajasthan.
58. Madada (मदड़) A village of the Naddulai 12. See Nadol Plates V.S. 1218 (A.D. 1160) ?
59. Maddadi (मद्दड़ी) Was somewhere near modern Sevadi.See -Chahamans of Marwar(III Sevadi Stone Inscription of Ashvaraja S.V. 1167) Mundara (?) in Bali Pali tahsil, Pali district in Rajasthan.
60. Madrapuriaka (मद्रपुरिअक) Mentioned in the Harsha inscription.  ?
61. Mahanala (महानाल) Modern Menal in Mewar. Menal in Begun tahsil in Chittorgarh district in Rajasthan.
62. Mangalanaka (मंगलानक) Manglana Stone Inscription of V. 1272 (1215 AD), Modern Mangalana 19 miles west of Marot in Marwar. Manglana (मंगलाना), is a village in Parbatsar tehsil of Nagaur district in Rajasthan
63. Mauvadi (मौवड़ी) A village of the Naddulai 12. See Nadol Plates V.S. 1218 (A.D. 1160) ?
64. Mayurapadra (मयूरपद्र) A village in the Khattakupa-vishaya. Mordoonga (मोरडूंगा) (?) in Sikar tehsil of Sikar district in Rajasthan.
65. Medramcha (मेद्रम्चा) Was a village near Sevadi,See -Chahamans of Marwar(III Sevadi Stone Inscription of Ashvaraja S.V. 1167) Mandpur (?) in Desuri tahsil in Pali district in Rajasthan.
66. Morakara (मोराकरा) A village of the Naddulai 12. See Nadol Plates V.S. 1218 (A.D. 1160) ?
67. Morakuri (मोराकुरी) A village in Mewar granted by Somesvara to the Bijolia Parshvanatha temple. The name as read by Mr. A.K. Vyas now is Morajhari. Morajhari isin Nasirabad tahsil in Ajmer district in Rajasthan.
68. Nadada (नाड़ड़) A village of the Naddulai 12. See Nadol Plates V.S. 1218 (A.D. 1160)  ?
69. Nadduladagika (नड़ड़ूलड़ागिका) Modern Nadlai, Jodhpur Division. See -Chahamans of Marwar:VIII Nadlai Stone Inscription of Rayapala S.V. 1195 (1138 AD) Narlai in Desuri tahsi Pali, Rajasthan
70. Nandana (नन्दन) A village mentioned in Ojha Grant 3. Was in Nadol territory.  ?
71. Nimbadika (निम्बडि़का) Modern Nimra 4 miles south of Harshanatha (Sikar estate). निंबटिका of Harsha Inscription L-39 ?Neem Ki Dhani (नीम की ढाणी) (?) village in Sikar tehsil & district in Rajasthan.
72. Padrada (पाद्रडा) Was a village near Sevadi, See -Chahamans of Marwar(III Sevadi Stone Inscription of Ashvaraja S.V. 1167) Padarla (?) in Bali Pali tahsil in Pali District, Rajasthan
73. Pinchchhavalli (पिन्च्छवल्ली) Dasharatha Sharma, p.149. Mentioned in Ojha Grant 3 as a village granted to the temple Tripurusha in V. 1171. See Nadana Jodhan Panchalwara (?) in Bali Pali tahsil in Pali District, Rajasthan
74. Prahladakupa (प्रह्लादकूप) A prasasti of the Sapadalaksha line, L-15 Early Chauhan Dynasties" by Dasharatha Sharma, p.50 Pallu (पल्लू ) in Nohar tahsil in Hanumangarh district in Rajasthan.
75. Pushkara (पुष्कर) Modern Pushkar near Ajmer. Pushkar near Ajmer
76. Ratahrada (राटह्रद) Same at Latahrada of the Sundha inscription. Was according to Nainsi near Sanchor. Radadhara (?)
77. Samarapura (समरपुर) Founded by Samarasimha of Jalor.  ?
78. Simhagostha (सिम्हगोष्ठ) Modern Singhot in Jaipur territory. Sihot Badi in Sikar tahsil & district, Rajasthan.
79. Sanapura (सणपुर) In the old Sirohi State. For details see Dr. G.H. Ojha's History of Sirohi. Sanpur in Sirohi Rajasthan
80. Sanderaka (संडेरक) Modern Sandera, Jodhpur Division. Sanderao in Sumerpur tahsil Pali district in Rajasthan.
81. Sankaranaka (संकराणक) A village in Sapadalaksa (Harsha inscription). Probably Sakrai. Sakrai in tahsil Neem Ka Thana, district Sikar, Rajasthan
82. Sarahakotta (सरहकोट्ट) Modern Sargot near Marot, Jodhpur Division. Sargoth Padampura in Nawa tehsil, Nagaur district, Rajasthan.
83. Siva (शिवा) Modern Sheo (Jodhpur Division). Sheo in Barmer District Rajasthan.
84. Sonana (सोनाण) A village of the Naddulai 12. See Nadol Plates V.S. 1218 (A.D. 1160) Sonana in Desuri,Pali district in Rajasthan.
85. Sujera (सुजेरा) A village of the Naddulai 12. See Nadol Plates V.S. 1218 (A.D. 1160) ?
86. Surachanda (सुराचंद) Dasharatha Sharma [Page-167], Sundha Inscription L.35-36, Surachand (सुराचण्ड) in Sanchore tahsil, Jalor district, Rajasthan
87. Tantutti (तंतुट्टी) Tatoti Inscription of 1194 AD Tantoti in Sarwar tahsil, Ajmer district, Rajasthan.
88. Tunakupaka (तूणकूपक) Modern Tunu in the Sikar estate. Tunwa (तूणवा) village in Laxmangarh tahsil, Sikar district, Rajasthan.
89. Valahi (वलही) Modern Bali. Bali Pali is a tahsil town in Pali district in Rajasthan.
90. Vidyudvalli (विद्युद्वल्ली) Bijolia Bhilwara inscription 1170 AD Modern Beejoliya Kalan (बीजोलिया कलां) is village and tahsil in Bhilwara district in Rajasthan.
91. Visalpur (वीसलपुर) In Jaipur Division (Rajasthan) Bisalpur (बिसलपुर) is a village in Jodhpur tehsil of Jodhpur district of Rajasthan.
92. Jahazpur (जहाजपुर) Mewar Jahazpur is a village and tahsil in Bhilwara district in Rajasthan.
93. Jadoli (जाड़ोली) Mewar Jhadoli village is in Bijolia Bhilwara
94. Rayasisar (रायसीसर) Bikaner Division Rasisar (Nokha), Bikaner.
95. Vasi - Varsinghsar (वासी-वरसिंहसर) Bikaner Division Barsinghsar (बरसिंहसर) is a village in Bikaner tehsil & district in Rajasthan.
96. Morkhana (मोरखाणा) Bikaner Division Morkhana Agoona, Morkhana Athoona, are villages in Nokha tahsil , Bikaner district, Rajasthan.
97. Kanvalisar (कंवलीसर) Bikaner Division Kanwlisar (कंवलीसर) in Nokha tahsil , Bikaner district, Rajasthan.
98. Jangalakupa (जांगलकूप) Bikaner Division Jangloo (जांगलू) in Nokha tahsil , Bikaner district, Rajasthan.
99. Bhadla (भादला) Bikaner Diviision Badhal Village in Phulera tahsil of Jaipur district in Rajasthan
100. Sarangasar (सारंगसर) Bikaner Diviision Sarangsar in Sujangarh, Churu district, Rajasthan.
101. Dronapura (द्रोणपुर) Chhapar Churu in Sujangarh tahsilin Churu was probably Dronapura
102. Charlu (चर्लू) Early Chauhan Dynasties (From 800 to 1316) by Dasharatha Sharma, p. 85. Charlu (चर्लू) is a village in the south-east of formerly Bikaner state. One such place is Charla (चरला) (?) in Sujangarh tahsil of Churu district in Rajasthan.
103. Reni (रेणी) Bikaner Division Taranagar town in Churu was earlier known as Reni
104. Lohari (लोहारी) Mewar Luhari Kalan (Lohari) village in Jahazpur tahsil in Bhilwara district, Rajasthan.
105. Kinsariya (किनसरिया) Jodhpur Division Kinsariya (किनसरिया) is a village in Parbatsar tahsil in Nagaur district of Rajasthan
106. Revasa (रेवासा) Jaipur Division Rewasa (रेवासा) is a is village in Danta Ramgarh tehsil of Sikar district in Rajasthan.
107. Anvalda (आंवल्दा) Mewar Awal (?) in Abu Road tahsil of Sirohi district in Rajasthan.
108. Balvan (बल्वन) Kotah Division Balwan in Indragarh Bundi
109. Kekind (केकिन्द) Jaipur Division  ?
110. Bamnera (बामनेरा) (Jodhpur Division) Bamnera in Sumerpur is a tahsil town in Pali district in Rajasthan.
111. Las (लास) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1, p.5526, Las in Sheoganj tahsil in Sirohi district in Rajasthan.
112. Chohtan (चोहटन) Chohtan in Barmer district in Rajasthan.
113. Bithu (बीठू) (Jodhpur Division) Beethoo in Rohat Pali
114. Amrapura (आम्रपुर) Mentioned in the hammiramahakavya IV. 82. Dasharatha Sharma p.121, Amber, Jaipur
115. Bhadrajan (भाद्राजन) Mentioned in kanhadadeprabandha, iv,107 village in Ahore tahsil, Jalor, Rajasthan.
116. Gudapura (गुड़पुर) Mentioned in prathvirajavijaya, Perhaps same as modern Gurgaon Modern Gurgaon, Haryana
117. Jagara (जगरा) hammiramahakavya, Dasharatha Sharma, p. 135  ?
118. Jhain (झाईं) Dasharatha Sharma,p.123, Hammira's Digvijaya, Mentioned in most muslim histories as a fort near Ranthambhor Probably Jhansi ?
119. Kailavada (कैलवाड़) kanhadadeprabandha Kelwad in Sojat tahsil in Pali district in Rajasthan.
120. Khandilla (खण्डिल्ल) Modern Khandela Mentioned in tirthamala & hammiramahakavya Khandela in tahsil Srimadhopur, Sikar district in Rajasthan.
121. Mandalgarh (माण्डलगढ़) kanhadadeprabandha Mandalgarh in Bhilwara district, Rajasthan.
122. Pugal (पूगल) In Jaisalmer state Poogal is a town and tehsil of Bikaner district in Rajasthan.
123. Sirana (सिराण) Near Jalor, Mentioned by Nainsi & kanhadadeprabandha Sirana in Sayla tahsil in Jalor district in Rajasthan.
124. Sojat (सोजत) kanhadadeprabandhana In Jodhpur Division Sojat is a tahsil town in Pali district in Rajasthan.
125. Toda (तोड़ा) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5543 Todaraisingh (टोडारायसिंह) city in Tonk district in Rajasthan.
126. Harshapura (हर्षपुर) Same as Harsha in Harsha Inscription
127. Upakesa (उपकेश) Modern Osian in Jodhpur Division Osia (ओसिया) town and tahsil in Jodhpur district in Rajasthan.
128. Nagara (नगर) In Jodhpur Division Nagar Barmer village in Gudha Malani tehsil of Barmer district in Rajasthan.
129. Prithvipura (पृथ्वीपुर) See Ch. On Arnoraja
130. Naranayana (नरानयन) Near Sambhar Narayana village in Phulera tahsil of Jaipur district in Rajasthan.
131. Guddarayasu (गुड्डरयसु) Pattna Catelogue of Mss. P.156  ?

Teble-2 Ancient Chauhan Towns and Villages from other sources

S. No Place name in Chauhan Dominions Source of name mentioned Modern name identified by Jatland
132. Simhapraushtha (सिंहप्रौष्ठ) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-34 Sinhasan (सिंहासन) near Piprali in Sikar tehsil & district, Rajasthan.
132a. Sarnau (सरणाऊ) Bahi of Badwa Bhawani Singh Rao of village Maheswas, tahsil Phulera, district Jaipur, Rajasthan Sarnau Kot (सरणाऊकोट) was capital of Burdaks (975 AD - 1258 AD), situated 3.5 km from Govati in northwest direction, in Sikar district, Rajasthan. It was destroyed in 1258 AD. It now lies in ruins.
133. Ekalaka (एकलक) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-34 Modern village (?). It was from Patta-Badaka (पट्ट-बड़क) Paragana
134. Krishanukupa (कृशानु कूप) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-34 Modern village (?). Probably Kari (कारी) ? + Sarnau (सरनाऊ) ? granted from Patta-Badaka (पट्ट-बड़क) Paragana
135. Pattabadaka (पट्ट-बड़क) A vishaya (Paragana) in Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-34,L-37. Patta (पट्ट) = A royal seat or A royal grant engraved on a copper plate Dasharatha Sharma identifies it with Patoda (पाटोदा) in Laxmangarh tahsil, Sikar district in Rajasthan. See:Early Chauan Dynasties, by Dasharatha Sharma, pp.224-232. It was a Burdak paragana
136. Urusara (उरुसर) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-34 Modern Rewasa (रेवासा) in Danta Ramgarh tehsil in Sikar district, Rajasthan.
137. Kashahapallika (कशहपल्लिका) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-35 Modern Kasli (कासली) in Sikar tehsil & district, Rajasthan.
138. Karddamakhata (कर्द्दमखात) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-35 Modern Kadam Ka Bas (कदमा का बास) in Sikar tahsil district Sikar in Rajasthan.
139. Udaka (उदक) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-37  ?
139. Patakaddaya (पाटकद्दय) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-37  ?
140. Shakambhari (शाकम्भरी) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-38 Sambhar in Jaipur District, Rajasthan
141. Kolikupa (कोलिकूप) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-38 Koleera (कोलीड़ा) in Sikar tahsil of Sikar district in Rajasthan.
142. Lavanakutaka (लवणकूटक) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-38 Kochhor (कोछोर) in Danta Ramgarh tehsil of Sikar district in Rajasthan.
143. Prativinsha (प्रतिविंशा) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-38 Parasrampura (परसरामपुरा) in Sri Madhopur tahsil in Sikar district in Rajasthan.
144. Apaharshaka (अपहर्षक) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-38 Palasara (पलासरा) or Akwa (आकवा) in Sikar Tahsil & District, Rajasthan.
145. Mayurapura (मयूर-पुरा) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-37 Mordoonga (मोरडूंगा) in Sikar tehsil of Sikar district in Rajasthan.
146. Pippalawallika (पिप्पलवालिका) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-39 Piprali (पिपराली) in Sikar tahsil & district, Rajasthan.
147. Nimbatika (निंबटिका) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-39 Neem Ki Dhani (नीम की ढाणी) in Sikar tehsil of Sikar district in Rajasthan.
148. Twantha (ट्वांठ) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-39 Tatanwa (टाटणवा) in Sikar tehsil of Sikar Rajasthan.
149. Udarbhatika (उदर्भटिका) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-39 Udaipurwati (उदयपुरवाटी) is a town and tahsil in Jhunjhunu district in Rajasthan.
150. Koha (कोह) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-34  ?
151. Khadagakupa (खड़्गकूप) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-37 Khandela in tahsil Srimadhopur, Sikar district in Rajasthan
152. Chhatradhara (छत्रधार) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-21 Harsh (हर्ष) or Harasnath (हर्षनाथ) in Sikar tehsil in Sikar district in Rajasthan.
153. Sankaranaka (शंकराणक) Harsha Inscription 961 AD,L-21 Sambhar (सांभर) tahsil Phulera in Jaipur district in Rajasthan.
154. Ranapallika (राणपल्लिका) Harsha Inscription 961 AD, L-24 Ranoli (रानोली) in Danta Ramgarh District Sikar in Rajasthan.
155. Darbhakaksha (दर्भकक्ष) Harsha Inscription 961 AD Verse.?See:Early Chauan Dynasties, by Dasharatha Sharma, pp.224-232. Modern Dhakasa in in Fatehpur tehsil Sikar district, Rajasthan.
156. Sarahakotta (सरहकोट्ट) Harsha Inscription 961 AD Verse.? See:Early Chauan Dynasties, by Dasharatha Sharma, pp.224-232. Sargoth in Sri Madhopur tahsil in Sikar district in Rajasthan.
157. Khattakupa (खट्टकूप) See:Early Chauan Dynasties, by Dasharatha Sharma, pp.224-232.modern Khatu in the Sambhar Nizamat of the former Jodhpur Slate) Khatu(खाटू) in Danta Ramgarh tahsil of Sikar district in Rajasthan.
158. Jayapura (जयपुर) See:Early Chauan Dynasties, by Dasharatha Sharma, pp.224-232. Different from present Jaipur
159. Purnatallakapura (पूर्णतल्लकपुर) Sakrai inscription of s.v. 1155 Pundlota (पून्दलोता) in Degana tahsil, Nagaur district, Rajasthan.
160. Dronaka (द्रोनक) Sakrai inscription of s.v. 1155 Modern Chhapar Churu, Rajasthan
161. Dattapura (दत्तपुर) A prasasti of the Sapadalaksha line, L-3 Danta (दांता) (?) in Danta Ramgarh tahsil, Sikar district, Rajasthan.
162. Prahladakupa (प्रह्लादकूप) A prasasti of the Sapadalaksha line, L-15 Pallu (पल्लू ) in Nohar tahsil, Hanumangarh district, Rajasthan. It was a thikana of Sihag Jats of Jangal Desh.
163. Nanaka (नाणक) Nadol Inscription of year V.S. 1233 (1176 AD) Modern Nana (नाना) village in Bali Pali Tahsil of Pali district in Rajasthan.
164. Nagahrada (नागहृद) Achaleshwar temple inscription of year 1342 V.E. (1285 AD) Modern Nagda Udaipur (नागदा) in Udaipur district, Rajasthan
165. Sa-alayi (साSलयी) Nanana Cooper-plate of Asaraja (v.1173), Ratnapala, Sahanapala (v.1192) and Alhana (v. 1205) Saali (साली) village in Pali tahsil & district, Rajasthan.
166. Nandana (नँदाण) Nanana Cooper-plate of Asaraja (v.1173), Ratnapala, Sahanapala (v.1192) and Alhana (v. 1205) Modern Nandana about three miles from Bhagwanpura Station in Desuri tahsil, district Pali on the Western Railway, which passes through Gujrat and Rajasthan.
167. Bhitalawara (भीटलवाड़ा) Nanana Cooper-plate of Asaraja (v.1173), Ratnapala, Sahanapala (v.1192) and Alhana (v. 1205) Bheetwara (भीटवाड़ा) village in Bali tahsil in Pali district, Rajasthan.
168. Chamvodi (चांम्वोडी) Nanana grant of AlhanaS.V.1219 & S.V.1220 Chamunderi Ranawatan (चामुण्डेरी राणावतान) village in Bali tahsil in Pali district, Rajasthan.
169. Devavardhanapura (देववर्द्वनपुर) Nanana grant of AlhanaS.V.1219 & S.V.1220  ?
170. Anahilapataka (अणहिलपाटक) Nanana grant of AlhanaS.V.1219 & S.V.1220 Modern Patan Gujarat (पाटण) 25N. 70E. in Gujarat
170a. Vishnudwara (विष्‍णुद्वार) Nanana grant of AlhanaS.V.1219 & S.V.1220  ?
171. Saptashata (सप्तशत) A Fragmentary Nadol family grant, L-14 Saptashata was the term used for the Chahamana kingdom of which Nadol was the capital
172. Sarasvatabhutala (सारस्वतभूतल) Nanana grant of Alhana V. 1219 and 1220, Plate-1, L-23 Sarasvatabhutala may be some territory lying on the banks of the river' Sarasvati of Northern Gujarat.
173. Bhadrasana (भद्रासन) Badhal Nagabhatta Pratihara inscription of s.v. 872 Badhal Village (बधाल) is in Phulera tahsil of Jaipur district in Rajasthan.
174. Lambakupa (लम्बकूप) Badhal Nagabhatta Pratihara inscription of s.v. 872  ?
175. Sanderaka (संडरेक) A Fragmentary Nadol family grant, L-16 Sanderao (सांडेराव) in Sumerpur tahsil, Pali district, Rajasthan.
176. Rohadavapika (रोहडवापिक) Dasharatha Sharma, 146, A Fragmentary Nadol family grant, L-18 Rohira (?) in Pindwara tahsil in Sirohi district in Rajasthan
177. Satyapura (सत्यपुर) XXI Sanchor Stone Inscription of Samantasimha V.S. 1345 (1288 AD) Modern Sanchore in Jalore distric, Rajasthan.
178. Amvilavada (आंविलवाडा) See- Chahamans of Marwar:IX Nadol Stone Inscription of Rayapala V.S. 1198 (1141 AD)
179. Meriwara (मेरीवाडा) See- Chahamans of Marwar:IX Nadol Stone Inscription of Rayapala V.S. 1198 (1141 AD)
180. Dipawara (डीपावाडा) See- Chahamans of Marwar:IX Nadol Stone Inscription of Rayapala V.S. 1198 (1141 AD)
181. Dundanavasu (दुंडणवासु) See- Chahamans of Marwar:IX Nadol Stone Inscription of Rayapala V.S. 1198 (1141 AD)
182. Pipalawara (पीपलवाडा) See- Chahamans of Marwar:IX Nadol Stone Inscription of Rayapala V.S. 1198 (1141 AD)
183. Khaikhannalavada (खइखन्लावाडा) See- Chahamans of Marwar:IX Nadol Stone Inscription of Rayapala V.S. 1198 (1141 AD)
184. Mundawara (भुंडवाडा) See- Chahamans of Marwar:IX Nadol Stone Inscription of Rayapala V.S. 1198 (1141 AD)
185. Kiratakuja (किराटकुज) Modem Kiradu near Barmer (Jodhpur Division). Kiradu is a site of Shiva tempe in tahsil Ramsar in District Barmer in Rajasthan.
186. Abhinavapuri (अभिनवपुरी) XI Nadlai Stone Inscription of Rayapaladeva V.S. 1202 (1145 AD)  ?
187. Naduladagika (नदूलडागिक) Nadlai (नाड़लाई) in Desuri Tahsil of Pali district in Rajasthan.
188. Badari (बदरी) See- Chahamans of Marwar:XI Nadlai Stone Inscription of Rayapaladeva V.S. 1202 (1145 AD) Borli or Garhbor in Kumbhalgarh tahsil in Rajsamand district in Rajasthan
189. Kiratakupa (किराटकूप) See- Chahamans of Marwar:XII Kiradu Stone Inscription of Alhanadeva S.V. 1209 (1153 AD) Kiradu in Barmer Rajasthan
190. Lataharda (लाटर्हद) See- Chahamans of Marwar:XII Kiradu Stone Inscription of Alhanadeva S.V. 1209 (1153 AD) Same as Radadhara (राड़धरा) in Malani area Barmer, Rajasthan
191. Sheo (शिव) See- Chahamans of Marwar:XII Kiradu Stone Inscription of Alhanadeva S.V. 1209 (1153 AD) Sheo in Barmer Rajasthan
192. Pichchhavalli (पिच्‍छवल्‍ली) Nanana Cooper-plate of Asaraja (v.1173), Ratnapala, Sahanapala (v.1192) and Alhana (v. 1205) Modern Panchalwara (पांचलवाड़ा) village in Bali tahsil in Pali district in Rajasthan.
193. Bhitalawara (भीटलवाड़ा) Nanana Cooper-plate of Asaraja (v.1173), Ratnapala, Sahanapala (v.1192) and Alhana (v. 1205) Bheetwara (भीटवाड़ा) village in Bali tahsil in Pali district in Rajasthan.
194. Bhattarakapura (भट्टारकपुर) Nanana Cooper-plate of Asaraja (v.1173), Ratnapala, Sahanapala (v.1192) and Alhana (v. 1205)
195. Devanandita (देवनंदित) Nanana Cooper-plate of Asaraja (v.1173), Ratnapala, Sahanapala (v.1192) and Alhana (v. 1205)
196. Nandana (नंदाना) Nanana Cooper-plate of Asaraja (v.1173), Ratnapala, Sahanapala (v.1192) and Alhana (v. 1205) Nadana Jodhan (नँदाणा) village in Desuri Tahsil of Pali district in Rajasthan.
197. Shanderaka (षंडेरक) See- Chahamans of Marwar: XIII Sanderav Inscription of Kalhanadeva S.V. 1221 (1165 AD); XVII Sanderav Stone Inscription of Kelhanadeva S.V. 1236 (1179 AD) Sanderao (सांडेराव) in Sumerpur tahsil, Pali district, Rajasthan.
198. Voripadyaka (वोरिपद्यक) See- Chahamans of Marwar:XIV Nadlai Stone Inscription of Kalhana V.S. 1228 (1172 AD) Borli or Garhbor also called Badari in Kumbhalgarh tahsil in Rajsamand district in Rajasthan.
199. Sonana (सोनाण) See- Chahamans of Marwar:XIV Nadlai Stone Inscription of Kalhana V.S. 1228 (1172 AD) Sonana in Desuri, site of Khetlaji temple
200. Bhadiyauva (भडियाउव) See- Chahamans of Marwar: XV Lalrai Stone Inscription of Kelhanadeva S.V. 1233 (1176 AD) Barwa Pali in Bali Pali, 5 miles south-west of Lalrai.
201. Sinanava (सिनाणव) See- Chahamans of Marwar: XV Lalrai Stone Inscription of Kelhanadeva S.V. 1233 (1176 AD) Sonana in Desuri site of Khetlaji temple
202. Pilavahika (पील्‍वाहिक) XVIII Jalor Stone Inscription of Samarasimhaadeva S.V. 1239 (1182 AD) (See:Chahamans of Marwar) Pilwa Nagaur in Parbatsar tahsil in Rajasthan
203. Javalipura (जावालिपुर) XX Bhinmal Stone Inscription of Udayasimhaadeva S.V. 1306 (1249 AD) (See:Chahamans of Marwar) Jalor Rajasthan
204. Shrimala (श्रीमाल) XX Bhinmal Stone Inscription of Udayasimhadeva S.V. 1306 (1249 AD)(See:Chahamans of Marwar) Modern Bhinmal in Jalor Rajasthan
205. Asalapura (आसलपुर) See-Chahamans of Marwar:XXIV Kot Solankiyan Inscription of Vanavira S.V. 1394 (1237 AD) Modern Kot Solankiyan (कोट सोलंकीयान) village in Desuri tehsil in Pali district of Rajasthan.
206. Karpuradhara (कर्पूरधारा) See-Chahamans of Marwar:XXVI and XXVII Sanchor Stone Inscription of Pratapasimhadeva S.V. 1444 (1387 AD)  ?
207. Balahi (बालही) See-Chahamans of Marwar: V Bali Stone Inscription of Ashvaka S.V. 1200 (1143 AD) Bali Pali in Pali Rajasthan
208. Thambhila (थांभिल) See-Chahamans of Marwar: V Bali Stone Inscription of Ashvaka S.V. 1200 (1143 AD) Probably Modern Thoomba village in Ahore tahsil in Jalor district in Rajasthan.
209. Shuddhadanti (शुद्धदंती) Prithviraja Chauhan by Devi Singh Mandawa,p.140 Sojat is tahsil town in Pali district in Rajasthan.
210. Pallika (पल्लिका) Pali ? in Rajasthan
211. Vindhyavalli (विन्ध्यवल्ली) Bijolia Inscription 1170 AD Bijolia Bhilwara in Bhilwara district, Rajasthan
212. Narapura (नरपुर) Narapura is Narwar Ajmer, in tahsil & dist Ajmer, situated in Kishangarh territory about 16 miles from Ajmer.
213. Thamvala (थांवल) Thamvala inscription of V. 1013 of Singhraja (944-964 A.D.?) Thanwala (थांवला) is a village in Degana tehsil of Nagaur district in Rajasthan.
214. Tamvavati (तम्वावती) Modern Dhanop (धनोप) in Shahpura Bhilwara tehsil of Bhilwara, Rajasthan
215. Kanyanayana (कन्यानयन) Chauhan dominions:Dasharatha Sharma, p.331  ?
216. Phalavardhika (फलवर्धिका) Chauhan dominions:Dasharatha Sharma, p.331, p.255 Phalaudi: Tahsil place in District Jodhpur in Rajasthan.
217. Phalarddhi (फलर्द्धि) Jaina sources Tirthamala Chiatyavandana Phalaudi: Tahsil place in District Jodhpur in Rajasthan.
218. Nagapura (नागपुर) Chauhan dominions:Dasharatha Sharma, p.331 Nagaur in Rajasthan
219. Asika (आसिका) Chauhan Administration:Dasharatha Sharma, pp.231. Chauhan religion:Dasharatha Sharma, pp.252 Hansi (हांसी) town in Hisar District, Haryana
220. Kohram (कोहराम) Chauhan dominions:Dasharatha Sharma, p.331 Ghuram (?) in Patiala, Punjab
221. Haritanaka (हरितानक) Sapadalaksha fragmentary prashasti, Line-17 Modern Haryana
222. Shalipura (शालिपुरा) Chittor Inscription of Kumarapala year V. 1207 (1150 AD), Dasharatha Sharma,p. 60 Modern Salera in Chhoti Sadri tahsil in Chittorgarh district, Rajasthan.
223. Vadnagar (बड़नगर) Badnagar (बड़नगर) is a tahsil in Ujjain district in Madhya Pradesh.
224. Visalapura (विसलपुर) Dasharatha Sharma, p.72. Vigraharaja IV (Visaladeva) founded a number of towns which he called Visalapura/Bisalapur after his alternative name Visala Bisalpur Situated at a distance of 125 Km from Jaipur on Jaipur-Devali road, site of huge dam built on Banas River.
225. Vakshasthalapura (वक्षस्थलपुर) Dasharatha Sharma, p.119 ?
226. Chitrakuta (चित्रकूट) Chittor Inscription of V. 1207, Dasharatha Sharma,p. 60 Chittorgarh, Rajasthan
227. Tabarhindah (तबरहिंद) Bhatinda in Punjab
228. Shripatha (श्रीपथ) Dasharatha Sharma,p. 102 Bayana, Bharatpur, Rajasthan
229. Panchapura (पंचपुर) Dasharatha Sharma,p.74 Modern Pinjore (पिंजौर) town in Panchkula district, Haryana.
230. Revna (रेवना) Dasharatha Sharma,p.74, Someshvara granted village Revna to temple of Parshvanatha at Bijolia (See -Bijolia Inscription Verse 28).  ?
231. Sarasvati (सरस्वती) Dasharatha Sharma,p.96, Sirsa in Haryana
232. Samana (समाना) Dasharatha Sharma,p.96, Samana in Patiala Punjab
233. Jhamphāithaghaṭṭa (झम्फाईथघट्ट) Modern Jhapait-ghat i.e. Jhapayta in Indragarh Bundi tahsil in Bundi distrct on the Chambal river ten miles due south of the Railway Station of Lakheri in Kota-Bundi.
234. Karkaralagiri (कर्करालगिरि) Dasharatha Sharma,p.121, Modern Karauli in Rajasthan.
235. Karkarala (कर्कराला) Dasharatha Sharma,p.121, Dasharatha Sharma,p.123, Hammira's Digvijaya Modern Karauli in Rajasthan.
236. Pattana (पट्टन) Dasharatha Sharma,p.122, Modern Keshoraipatan is tahsil in Bundi district, Rajasthan
237. Mandalakrita (मण्डलकृत) Dasharatha Sharma,p.123, Hammira's Digvijaya Mandalgarh in Bhilwara district, Rajasthan,
238. Vardhanapura (वर्धनपुर) Dasharatha Sharma,p.123, Hammira's Digvijaya Badnor (बदनोर) in Asind tehsil of Bhilwara district, Rajasthan.
239. Changa (चांग) Dasharatha Sharma,p.123, Hammira's Digvijaya. Fortress of the mers still retains old name Chang Pali (चांग), Raipur Pali tahsil, Pali district in Rajasthan.
240. Maharashtra (महाराष्ट्र) Dasharatha Sharma,p.123, Hammira's Digvijaya Maroth (मारोठ) town in Nawan tehsil of Nagaur District in Marwar, Rajasthan.
241. Champa (चम्पा) Dasharatha Sharma,p.123, Hammira's Digvijaya Chaksu in Jaipur, Rajasthan
242. Aghata (आघाट) Dasharatha Sharma,p.141, Modern Ahar Udaipur
243. Pratishthana (प्रतिष्ठान) Dasharatha Sharma,p.144, Modern Paithan (पैठण) city in Aurangabad district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
244. Naharachala (नहराचल) Sundha Inscription of V. 1319. Dasharatha Sharma,p.149. EI, XI, pp.308 ff) Not identified by historians but it is Jhunjhunu in Rajasthan after Nehra mountain situated there.
245. Riyasakudapa (रियसकुदप) Dasharatha Sharma,p.149.  ?
246. Jhamvera (झम्वेर) / Jhramvera (झ्रम्वेर) Jhramvera inscription (V. 1227) of Kelhana. Dasharatha Sharma,p.156. Jhanwar (झंवर) village in Luni tahsil Jodhpur District, Rajasthan
247. Panchadevali (पंचदेवली) Panchadevali (Sirohi) inscription (V. 1231) of Alhana; Dasharatha Sharma,p.156. Modern Panch Dewal in Pindwara tahsil, Sirohi Rajasthan.
248. Radadhara (राड़धरा) Dasharatha Sharma,p.168. Malani area in Barmer, Rajasthan
249. Siranwa (सिरण्वा) Dasharatha Sharma,p.198. Modern Saraneshwara Mahadeva (सारणेश्वर महादेव) is a temple of Shiva in Sirohi district in Rajasthan.
250. Tonkra (टोंकड़ा) Dasharatha Sharma,p.197. Modern Tonk, Rajastha
251. Hethumji (हेथुम्जी) Dasharatha Sharma,p.200. Achalesvara Inscription S.V. 1377  ?
252. Jhabatu (झांबटु) Dasharatha Sharma,p.201. Abu Vashishtha temple Inscription of 1337 AD  ?
253. Jyaluli (ज्यालुलि) Dasharatha Sharma,p.201. Abu Vashishtha temple Inscription of 1337 AD  ?
254. Tejalapura (तेजलपुर) Dasharatha Sharma,p.201. Abu Vashishtha temple Inscription of 1337 AD
255. Viravada (वीरवाड़ा) Dasharatha Sharma,p.201. Abu Vashishtha temple Inscription of 1337 AD Modern Veerwara (वीरवाड़ा) town in tahsil Pindwara in Sirohi district in Rajasthan.
256. Luhuli (लुहुलि) Dasharatha Sharma,p.201. Abu Vashishtha temple Inscription of 1337 AD
257. Chhapuli (छापुलि) Dasharatha Sharma,p.201. Abu Vashishtha temple Inscription of 1337 AD |
258. Kiranathala (किरणथल) Dasharatha Sharma,p.201. Abu Vashishtha temple Inscription of 1337 AD |
259. Sihalu (सीहलू) Dasharatha Sharma,p.201. Abu Vashishtha temple Inscription of 1337 AD
260. Shivapuri (शिवपुरी) Dasharatha Sharma,p.201. Sivabhana, Deora Chauhan, founded the town of Shivapuri (शिवपुरी) in V. 1462. It now lies in ruins. It is two miles from Sirohi town.
261. Sakrana (सकराणा) Dasharatha Sharma,p.182. Village Sankarna (tah-Ahore) 18 miles from Jalor, Rajasthan.
262. Vagbhatameru (वाग्भटमेरू) Dasharatha Sharma,p.168. Mentioned in Sundha Inscription Modern Barmer Rajasthan
263. Kheda (खेड़) Dasharatha Sharma,p.168. Mentioned in Sundha Inscription Khed (खेड़) village in Pachpadra Tahsil of Barmer district in Rajasthan, located between Balotra and Tilwara.
264. Vyaghrapura (व्याघ्रपुर) Dasharatha Sharma,p.255. Southern Bagad
265. Rudrapalli (रुद्रपल्ली) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation, p.5538; Dasharatha Sharma,p.255. An ancient town near Delhi
266. Karpatahedaka (कर्पटहेड़क) Modern Kaparda in Bilada tahsil of

Jodhpur district in Rajasthan

267. Pindaravataka (पिण्डरवाटक) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1 Modern Pindwara (पिण्डवारा) in Sirohi district in Rajasthan.
268. Abhanagari (आभानगरी) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1; Devi Singh Mandawa: Prithviraja Chauhan, p.139 Modern Abhaneri (आभानेरी) village in Baswa tahsil, Dausa district, Rajasthan.
269. Kachulika (कचुलिक) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1 Modern Kachholi (काछोली) town in tahsil Pindwara of Sirohi district, Rajasthan.
270. Kojara (कोजरा) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1, p.5526 Modern Kojra (कोजरा) in tahsil Pindwara in Sirohi district in Rajasthan.
271. Lavanakhetaka (लवणखेटक) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1, p.5526  ?
272. Khetanagara (खेटनगर) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1, p.5526  ?
273. Khedanagara (खेडनगर) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1, p.5526  ?
274. Mundasthala (मुण्डस्थल) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1, p.5530 Modern Mungthala (मुंगथला) in Abu Road tahsil of Sirohi district in Rajasthan.
275. Viramapura (विरमपुर) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation, p.5531 Nakora (नाकोडा) village in Gudha Malani Tahsil of

Barmer district in Rajasthan.

276. Nitaura (नीटोड़ा) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation, p.5532 Nitaura (नीटोड़ा) in tahsil Pindwara in Sirohi district in Rajasthan
277. Nandiya (नान्दिया) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation, p.5532 Nandiya (नान्दिया) in tahsil Pindwara in Sirohi district in Rajasthan.
278. Hamirapura (हमीरपुर) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume 1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation, p.5529 Modern Mirpur (मीरपुर) town in tahsil and district Sirohi in Rajasthan.
279. Naranayana (नरानयण) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5532 Narayana (नरायणा) in Phulera tahsil of Jaipur district in Rajasthan
280. Naranaka (नाराणक) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5532 Narayana (नरायणा) in Phulera tahsil of Jaipur district in Rajasthan
281. Rajyapura (राज्यपुर) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5532 Modern Rajor (राजोर) Rajorgarh (राजोरगढ़) village in Rajgarh Alwar tahsil of district Alwar, Rajasthan.
282. Paranagara (पारानगर) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5532 Modern Rajor (राजोर) Rajorgarh (राजोरगढ़) village in Rajgarh Alwar tahsil of district Alwar, Rajasthan.
283. Nilakantha (नीलकण्ठ) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5532 Modern Rajor (राजोर) Rajorgarh (राजोरगढ़) village in Rajgarh Alwar tahsil of district Alwar, Rajasthan.
284. Vyāghrapaṭaka (व्याघ्रपटक) Rajor Inscription of V.S. 1016 (960 AD) [[Baghor] in Alwar Rajasthan
285. Vamsapotaka (वंसपोटक) Rajor Inscription of V.S. 1016 (960 AD)  ?
286. Amardaka (आमर्दक) Rajor Inscription of V.S. 1016 (960 AD)  ?
287. Chhattarasiva (छात्तरसिव) Rajor Inscription of V.S. 1016 (960 AD) ?
288. Radavara (राडवर) Radbar (राडबर) in tahsil Sheoganj in Sirohi district, Rajasthan.
289. Ranakapura (रणकपुर) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5537 Modern Ranakpur (रणकपुर) in Desuri tehsil in Pali district of Rajasthan.
290. Ranastambhapura (रणस्तम्भपुर) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5538 Modern Ranthambore (रणथम्भोर) in

Sawai Madhopur district in Rajasthan

291. Sagapattana (सागपत्तन) Modern Sagwara town and tahsil in Dungarpur district in Rajasthan
292. Sangramapura (संग्रामपुर) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5539 Modern Sanganer (सांगानेर) city and tahsilty in Jaipur district, Rajasthan
293. Koshavardhana (कोशवर्धन) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5541 Modern Shergarh Kota, Rajasthan
294. Talapataka (तलपाटक) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5543 Modern Talwara Banswara (तलवाड़ा) in Banswara tahsil and district in Rajasthan.
295. Varakanakapura (वरकनकपुर) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5547 Modern Warka (वारका) in Desuri Tahsil of Pali district in Rajasthan.
296. Varakana (वरकाणा) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5547 Modern Warka (वारका) in Desuri Tahsil of Pali district in Rajasthan.
297. Vatera (वाटेरा) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5548 Modern Vatera (वाटेरा) in tahsil Pindwara in Sirohi district, Rajasthan
298. Vadhilada (वधिलद) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5548 Modern Velar (वेलार) is a historical village in Bali tahsil in Pali district in Rajasthan
299. Vijapura (वीजापुर) Encyclopaedia of Jainism, Volume-1 By Indo-European Jain Research Foundation p.5548 Modern Beejapur (बीजापुर) in Bali Tahsil of Pali district, Rajasthan.
300. Yoginipura (योगिनिपुर) Modern Delhi
301. Rajyaghangakam (राज्यघङ्गकङ) Buchkala Inscription of Nagabhatta V. 872 (815 AD) Modern Buchkala in Bilada tahsil of Jodhpur district in Rajasthan.
302. Rohimsakupaka (रोहिंसकूपक), Rohimsakupa (रोहिंसकूप), Rohimsaka (रोहिंसक) Ghatiyala Inscriptions of Kakkua S.V. 918 (861 AD) Modern Ghantiyala (घंटियाला)/ Ghatiyala (घटियाला) village in Jodhpur Tahsil and district in Rajasthan.
303. Maddodara (मडड़ोदर) Ghatiyala Inscriptions of Kakkua S.V. 918 (861 AD) Modern Mandor in Jodhpur, Rajasthan
304. Travani (त्रवणी) Ghatiyala Inscriptions of Kakkua S.V. 918 (861 AD) Modern Tivari (तिवरी) Village in Osian tahsil of Jodhpur district, Rajasthan
305. Gayattapura (गयट्टपुर) Badhal Village Nagabhatta Pratihara inscription of s.v. 872 (815 AD)  ?
306. Bhutala (भूताला) Chirwa Inscription of 1265 AD Bhootala village is in Girwa tahsil in in Udaipur District in Rajasthan.
307. Arthuna (अर्थूना) Chirwa Inscription of 1265 AD Arthoona village is in Garhi tahsil in Banswara district in Rajasthan.
308. Medantaka (मेदन्तक) / Medantakapura (मेदन्तकपुर) Verse 12 of the Jodhpur inscription. J.R.A.S., 1894, p. 3. Merta in Nagaur District, Rajasthan
309. Mahodaya (महोदय) Kanauj
310. Vallamandala (वल्लमण्डल) Mandor (Jodhpur) inscription of Bauka of V.894 (837 AD), Ghantiyala inscriptions of Kakkuka S.V. 918 (861 AD).
311. Sankheda (संखेडा) Sankheda (संखेडा) Grant of Shantilla (शांतिल्ल)(EI, II, p.21) Sankheda (संखेडा) in Sangod tahsil Kota District, Rajathan
312. Vardhamanapura (वर्धमानपुर) Jaina Harivamsa of Jinasena 783-784 AD Wadhwan (वढवाण) in Jhalawar, Rajasthan
313. Wani (वणी)
314. Shambhupallika (शम्भूपल्लिक) Sambhal Copper-Plate of Nagabhata II V.S. 885 (828 AD) Sambhal (संभल) town Moradabad district in Uttar Pradesh.
315. Mangahadaka (मंगहडक) Bamasa Inscription of 1302 AD Munger (मूंगेड़) village in Aspur tahsil in Dungarpur district in Rajasthan.
316. Vata (वट), Vatanagara, (वटनगर), Vatapura (वटपुर), Vatakara (वटकर) Vasantgarh Inscription of Varmalata of V.S. 682 (625 AD); Vasantgadh Inscription of Purnapala V.S 1099 (1042 AD) Basantgarh (बसंतगढ) town in Pindwara tahsil of Sirohi district in Rajasthan.

Ancient Towns and Villages arrangedin Alphabetical Order

Here is the list of above Towns and Villages of Chauhan Dominions arranged in Alphabetical Order with S.No after the name. Details may be seen as per S.No. from above list:

A -D

Abohar (अबोहर) 1, Abhanagari (आभानगरी) 268, Abhinavapuri (अभिनवपुरी) 186, Aghata (आघाट) 242, Ajayapuri (अजयपुरी) 33, Amardaka (आमर्दक) 286, Amrapura (आम्रपुर) 114, Amvilavada (आंविलवाडा) 178, Anahilapataka (अणहिलपाटक) 170, Anvalda (आंवल्दा) 107, Apaharshaka (अपहर्षक) 144, Arthuna (अर्थूना) 307 Asalapura (आसलपुर) 205, Asika (आसिका) 219,


B : Babberaka (बब्बेरक) 2, Babera (बबेरा) 2, Badali (बादली) 3, Badari (बदरी) 33, Badari (बदरी) 188, Bahadameru (बाहड़मेरु) 4, Balahi (बालही) 207, Balvan (बल्वन) 108, Bamnera (बामनेरा) 110, Baradia (बरडिया) 5, Bhadeuva (भड़ेउव) 36, Bhadiyauva (भडियाउव) 200, Bhadla (भादला) 99, Bhadrajan (भाद्राजन) 115, Bhadrasana (भद्रासन) 173, Bhattarakapura (भट्टारकपुर) 194, Bhatuttapadra (भटुट्टपद्र) 35, Bhitalawara (भीटलवाड़ा) 167, Bhitalavataka (भीटलवाटक) 37, Bhitalawara (भीटलवाड़ा) 193, Bhrgukachchha (भृगुकच्छ) 38, Bhutala (भूताला) 306, Bithu (बीठू) 113, Budhapatra (बूढपत्र) 39,


C : Champa (चम्पा) 241, Chamvodi (चांम्वोडी) 168, Changa (चंगा) 239, Charlu (चर्लू) 102, Chhapuli (छापुलि) 257, Chhatradhara (छत्रधार) 40, Chhatradhara (छत्रधार) 152, Chhāttarasiva (छात्तरसिव) 287, Chhechhadiya (छेछडिया) 41, Chitrakuta (चित्रकूट) 226, Chohtan (चोहटन) 112,


D : Darbhakaksha (दर्भकक्ष) 155, Daridreraka (दरिद्रेरक) 6, Dariji (दारिजी) 42, Dattapura (दत्तपुर) 161, Devanandita (देवनंदित) 195, Devasuri (देवसूरी) 43, Devavardhanapura (देववर्द्वनपुर) 169, Dhalop (धालोप) 44, Dhavagarta (धवगर्ता) 45, Dhavalapuri (धवलपुरी) 46, Devanandita (देवनंदित) 195, Dindiyanaka (डिंडियानक) 7, Dipawara (डीपावाडा) 180, Dronaka (द्रोनक) 160, Dronapura (द्रोणपुर) 101, Dundanavasu (दुंडणवासु) 181,

E - J

E: Ekalaka (एकलक) 133,

F:

G: Gayattapura (गयट्टपुर) 305, Ghontavarsika (घोण्टावार्षिका) 47, Gudaha (गुड़हा) 8, Gudapura (गुड़पुर) 116, Guddarayasu (गुड्डरयसु) 131,

H: Hamirapura (हमीरपुर) 278, Haravandara (हरवंदार) 48, Haritanaka (हरितानक) 221, Harshapura (हर्षपुर) 126, Hethumji (हेथुम्जी) 251,

I:

J: Jadoli (जाड़ोली) 93, Jagara (जगरा) 117, Jahazpur (जहाजपुर) 92, Jaisalmeru (जैसलमेरू) 9, Jangalakupa (जांगलकूप) 98, Javalipura (जावालिपुर) 203, Jayapura (जयपुर) 49, Jayapura (जयपुर) 158, Jhamphāithaghaṭṭa (झम्फाईथघट्ट) 233, Jhain (झाईं) 118, Jhamara (झामरा) 50, Jhabatu (झांबटु) 252, Jhamvera (झम्वेर) 246, Jhramvera (झ्रम्वेर) 246, Jhunjanu (झुंजनु) 10, Jyaluli(ज्यालुलि) 253,

K - N

K: Kachulika (कचुलिक) 269, Kailavada (कैलवाड़) 119, Kanasuvam (कणसुवम) 51, Kanhapallika (कण्हपल्लिका) 52, Kanvalisar (कंवलीसर) 97, Kanyanayana (कन्यानयन) 215, Karpatahedaka (कर्पटहेड़क) 266, Karahetaka (करहेटक) 11, Kardamakhataka (कर्दमखातक) 53, Karddamakhata (कर्द्दमखात) 138, Karkaralagiri (कर्करालगिरि) 234, Karkaralagiri (कर्कराल) 235, Karpuradhara (कर्पूरधारा) 206, Kasahrada (कासह्रद) 12, Kashahapallika (कशहपल्लिका), 137, Kavilada (कविलाडा) 54, Kekind (केकिन्द) 109, Kelikupaka (केलिकूपक) 55, Khadagakupa (खड़्गकूप) 151, Khaikhannalavada (खइखन्लावाडा) 183, Khandilla (खण्डिल्ल) 120, Khattakupa (खट्टकूप) 13, Khattakupa (खट्टकूप) 157, Kheda (खेड़) 263, Khedanagara (खेडनगर) 273, Khetaka (खेटक) 14, Khetanagara (खेटनगर) 272, Kinsariya (किनसरिया 105, Kiranathala (किरणथल) 258, Kiratakuja (किराटकुज) 185, Kiratakupa (किराटकूप) 56, Kiratakupa (किराटकूप) 189, Koha (कोह) 150, Kohram (कोहराम) 220, Kojara (कोजरा) 270, Kolikupa (कोलिकूप) 141, Korantaka (कोरण्टक) 15, Kosavana (कोसवाणा) 16, Koshavardhana (कोशवर्धन) 293, Krishanukupa (कृशानु कूप) 134,


L:Luhuli (लुहुलि) 256, Lalrai (लालराइ) 57, Lambakupa (लम्बकूप) 174, Las (लास) 111, Lataharda (लाटर्हद) 190, Latahrada (लाटह्रद) 17, Lavanakhetaka (लवणखेटक) 271, Lavanakutaka (लवणकूटक) 142, Lohari (लोहारी) 104,


M: Madada (मदड़) 58, Maddadi (मद्दड़ी) 59, Maddodara (मडड़ोदर) 303, Madrapuriaka (मद्रपुरिअक) 60, Mahanala (महानाल) 61, Maharashtra (महाराष्ट्र) 240, Mahodaya (महोदय) 309, Mandalakrita (मण्डलकृत) 237, Mandalgarh (माण्डलगढ़) 121, Mandavyapura (माण्डव्यपुर) 18, Mangalanaka (मंगलानक) 62, Marukotta (मरुकोट्ट) 19, Mauvadi (मौवड़ी) 63, Mayurapadra (मयूरपद्र) 64, Mayurapura (मयूर-पुरा) 145, Madantaka (मेदन्तक) 308, Madantakapura (मेदन्तकपुर) 308, Medramcha (मेद्रम्चा) 65, Meriwara (मेरीवाडा) 179, Merta (मेड़ता) 20, Morakara (मोराकरा) 66, Morakuri (मोराकुरी) 67, Morkhana (मोरखाणा) 96, Mundawara (भुंडवाडा) 184, Mundasthala (मुण्डस्थल) 274, Mangahadaka (मंगहडक) 315,


N :Nadada (नाड़ड़) 68, Nadduladagika (नड़ड़ूलड़ागिका) 69, Naduladagika (नदूलडागिक) 187, Nagahrada (नागहृद) 164, Nagara (नगर) 128, Nagapura (नागपुर) 218, Nahura (नहुर) 244, Nana (नाना) 21, Nanaka (नाणक) 163, Nandana (नँदाण) 166, Nandana (नंदाना) 196, Nandana (नन्दन) 70, Nandiya (नान्दिया) 277, Narabhata (नरभट) 22, Naranayana (नरानयन) 130, Naranayana (नरानयण) 279, Narapura (नरपुर) 212, Naranaka (नाराणक) 280, Navahara (नवहर) 23, Nilakantha (नीलकण्ठ) 283, Nimbadika (निम्बडि़का) 71, Nimbatika (निंबटिका) 147, Nitaura (नीटोड़ा) 276,

O - S

P: Padrada (पाद्रडा) 72, Palhupura (पल्हुपुर) 24, Pali (पाली) 25, Pallika (पल्लिका) 210, Panchapura (पंचपुर) 229, Panchadevali (पंचदेवली) 246, Paranagara (पारानगर) 282, Patakaddaya (पाटकद्दय) 140, Pattabadaka (पट्ट-बड़क) 135, Pattana (पट्टन) 236, Phalarddhi (फलर्द्धि) 217, Phalavardhika (फलवर्धिका) 216, Pichchhavalli (पिच्‍छवल्‍ली) 192, Pilavahika (पील्‍वाहिक) 202, Pinchchhavalli (पिन्च्छवल्ली) 73, Pindaravataka (पिण्डरवाटक) 267, Pipalawara (पीपलवाडा) 182, Pippalawallika (पिप्पलवालिका) 146, Prahladakupa (प्रह्लादकूप) 74, Prahladakupa (प्रह्लादकूप) 162, Pratishthana (प्रतिष्ठान) 243, Prativinsha (प्रतिविंशा) 143, Prithvipura (पृथ्वीपुर) 129, Pugal (पूगल) 122, Purnatallakapura (पूर्णतल्लकपुर) 159, Pushkara (पुष्कर) 75, Puskarini (पुष्करिणी) 26,


Q: R: Radadhara (राड़धरा) 248, Radavara (राडवर) 288, Rajyaghangakam (राज्यघङ्गकङ) 301, Rajyapura (राज्यपुर) 281, Ramasayana (रामशायन) 27, Ranakapura (रणकपुर) 289, Ranapallika (राणपल्लिका) 154, Ranastambhapura (रणस्तम्भपुर) 290, Ratahrada (राटह्रद) 76, Ratnapura (रत्नपुर) 28, Rayasisar (रायसीसर) 94, Reni (रेणी) 103, Revasa (रेवासा) 106, Revna (रेवना) 230, Riyasakudapa (रियसकुदप) 245, Rohadavapika (रोहडवापिक) 176, Rohimsaka (रोहिंसक) 302, Rohimsakupa (रोहिंसकूप) 302, Rohimsakupaka (रोहिंसकूपक) 302, Rohtak (रोहतक) 29, Rudrapalli (रुद्रपल्ली) 265,


S: Sa-alayi (साSलयी) 165, Sagapattana (सागपत्तन) 291, Sakrana (सकराणा) 261, Samarapura (समरपुर) 77, Samana (समाना) 232, Shambhupallika (शम्भूपल्लिक) 314, Samyanayana (सम्यानयन) 30, Sanapura (सणपुर) 79, Sanderaka (संडरेक) 175, Sanderaka (संडेरक) 80, Sankheda (संखेडा) 311, Sangramapura (संग्रामपुर) 292, Sankarānaka (शंकराणक) 153, Sankaranaka (संकराणक) 81, Saptashata (सप्तशत) 171, Sarahakotta (सरहकोट्ट) 82, Sarahakotta (सरहकोट्ट) 156, Sarangasar (सारंगसर) 100, Sarasvatabhutala (सारस्वतभूतल) 172, Sarasvati (सरस्वती) 231, Sarnau (सरणाऊ) 132a, Satyapura (सत्यपुर) 177, Shalipura (शालिपुरा) 222, Shanderaka (षंडेरक) 197, Sheo (शिव) 191, Shivapuri (शिवपुरी) 260, Shrimala (श्रीमाल) 204, Shripatha (श्रीपथ) 228, Shuddhadanti (शुद्धदंती) 209, Sihalu (सीहलू) 259, Simhagostha (सिम्हगोष्ठ) 78, Simhapraushtha (सिंहप्रौष्ठ) 132, Sinanava (सिनाणव) 201, Sirana (सिराण) 123, Siranwa (सिरण्वा) 249, Siriyanaka (सिरियाणक) 31, Siva (शिवा) 83, Sojat (सोजत) 124, Sonana (सोनाण) 84, Sonana (सोनाण) 199, Sujera (सुजेरा) 85, Surachanda (सुराचंद) 86,

T - Z

T: Talapataka (तलपाटक) 294, Tamvavati (तम्वावती) 214, Tantutti (तंतुट्टी) 87, Tejalapura (तेजलपुर) 254, Thambhila (थांभिल) 208, Thamvala (थांवल) 213, Tilapatha (तिलपथ) 32, Toda (तोड़ा) 125, Tonkra (टोंकड़ा) 250, Travani (त्रवणी) 304, Tunakupaka (तूणकूपक) 88, Twantha (ट्वांठ) 148,


U: Udaka (उदक) 139, Udarbhatika (उदर्भटिका) 149, Upakesa (उपकेश) 127, Urusara (उरुसर) 136,


U: V: Vadhilada (वधिलद) 298, Vadnagar (बड़नगर) 223, Vagbhatameru (वाग्भटमेरू) 262, Valahi (वलही) 89, Vallamandala (वल्लमण्डल) 310, Vakshasthalapura (वक्षस्थलपुर) 225, Vamsapotaka (वंसपोटक) 285, Vardhanapura (वर्धनपुर) 238, Varakanakapura (वरकनकपुर) 295, Varakana (वरकाणा) 296, Vardhamanapura (वर्धमानपुर) 312, Vasi - Varsinghsar (वासी-वरसिंहसर) 95, Vata (वट) 316, Vatanagara (वटनगर) 316, Vatapura (वटपुर) 316, Vatakara (वटकर) 316, Vatera (वाटेरा) 297, Vidyudvalli (विद्युद्वल्ली) 90, Vijapura (वीजापुर) 299, Vikramapura (विक्रमपुर) 32a, Viramapura (विरमपुर) 275, Vindhyavalli (विन्ध्यवल्ली) 211, Viravada (वीरवाड़ा) 255, Visalpur (वीसलपुर) 91, Visalapura (विसलपुर) 224, Vishnudwara (विष्‍णुद्वार) 170 a, Voripadyaka (वोरिपद्यक) 198, Vyaghrapura (व्याघ्रपुर) 264 Vyāghrapaṭaka (व्याघ्रपटक) 284,


W: X: Y: Yoginipura (योगिनिपुर) 300, Z:

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References

  1. Early Chauhan Dynasties (800 to 1316) by Dasharatha Sharma, pp.231
  2. Early Chauhan Dynasties (800 to 1316) by Dasharatha Sharma, pp.231