Wadiyar

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Wadiyar (वड़ीयार) Badiyar (बडियार)[1] Badiar (बडियार)/(बाडियार)[2] Vadiya (वाडिया) gotra Jats live in Madhya Pradesh.[3] [4]

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Origin

They are said to be descended from King Bidya Datta (बिद्यादत्त) ruler of Ujjain.

History

From the history of Bidyasar gotra we know that they are the descendants of king Bidya Datta (बिद्यादत्त) who ruled over Ujjain during 9th century. It is said that the ruling family of Mysore state is "Vadyar" by gotra and are the descendant of king Bidya Datta.

In Rajasthan, they first came to Runicha (Jaisalmer) and then to Rarod (Tah. Bhopalgarh in Jodhpur) and Rataoo (Tahsil- Ladnu in Nagaur) in 12th century and occupied the position of village Chaudhary. His son Shri Kamal Singh, a great devotee of "Goddess Dadhimati" of Goth Mangalod later on changed the name of Dharsunda to Khiyala. Bidyasar Choudhary of Khiyala used to collect land revenue on behalf of Delhi throne for three decades , before Jodhpur state was carved out.

Wodeyar dynasty of Mysore

The Wodeyar dynasty (also spelt Wadiyar-by the British) was an Indian royal dynasty that ruled the Kingdom of Mysore from 1399 to 1947, until the independence of India from British rule and the subsequent unification of British dominions and princely states into the Republic of India. The dynasty was established by Vijaya, a Yadava who by some accounts came to Mysore from Dwaraka while other accounts describe them as natives to the south Karnataka region. Vijaya took on the name Yadu-Raya and ruled Mysore, then a small town, from 1399 CE to 1423 CE. The Wodeyars of Vijaya's dynasty belong to the Arasu community of Karnataka, which includes many of the noble clans of the region.[5]

The Mysore kingdom was ruled by a succession of Wodeyar rulers for the next couple of centuries. However, the kingdom remained fairly small during this early period and was a part of the Vijayanagara Empire. Later, after the fall of the Vijayanagara Empire in 1565, the Kingdom of Mysore became independent and remained so until 1799. The Kingdom of Mysore came under the British during the reign of King Krishnaraja Wodeyar III (1799-1868). His successors changed the English spelling of their royal name to Wadiyar, and took the title of Bahadur. The last two monarchs also accepted the British decoration G.B.E.[6]

Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

Villages in Mandsaur district

Wadiyar (वड़ीयार) gotra Jats live in Mandsaur district in Madhya Pradesh in villages: Betikheri[7]

Badiyar(बडियार) gotra Jats live in villages: Khanderia Kachar, Sitamau,

Villages in Sehore district

Wadiyar (वड़ीयार) gotra Jats live in villages: Kalwana Sehore (1),

Villages in Ratlam district

Panched and Kalori khurd are notable villages of this gotra. Villages in Ratlam district with population of this gotra are:

Bangrod 1, Banjali 4, Barbodana 2, Bardiya goyal 4, Bhansa dabar 27, Bilpank 2, Bodina 1, Borkheda 1, Chikliya 23, Damottar 6, Dantodiya 3, Delanpur 21, Dhamottar 7, Dhaunswas 1, Dheekwa 16, Ghatwas 8, Hat pipalya 1, Jharsandala 2, Kalmoda 1, Kalori khurd 42, Kanser 1, Lapatia 8, Madhopura 1, Morda 2, Mundari 19, Namli 3, Narayangarh sailana 14, Negarda 2, Panched 50, Ramgarh sailana 2, Ratlam 2, Rupa kheda 1, Sailana 4, Shaka khedi 1, Sikhedi 4, Sinod 4, Thikwa, Virpura 1,

Villages in Harda district

Wadiyar(वडियार) Jats live in villages: Sontalai,

Badiyar(बडियार) Jats live in villages: Abgaon Kalan, Alanpur Harda, Bhunnas, Chhipaner, Dewas Harda, Devtalab, Kheda Harda, Khardana, Khirkiya, Pidgaon, Rijgaon, Sontalai, Uman,

Villages in Dewas district

Wadiyar(वडियार) Jats live in villages: Siralya (1)

Villages in Ujjain district

Urdupura,

Distribution in Rajasthan

Villages in Jodhpur district

Nadsar, Rarod, Riyan Sethon Ki,

Villages in Nagaur district

Bajoli Nagaur,

Notable persons

See also

References

  1. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, s.n. ब-26
  2. O.S.Tugania:Jat Samuday ke Pramukh Adhar Bindu, p.50, s.n. 1642
  3. Veer Jat Parichayavali Published by Anand Prakashan, Ratlam (M.P.)
  4. Mahendra Singh Arya et al: Adhunik Jat Itihas, p. 270
  5. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wodeyar
  6. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wodeyar
  7. Veer Jat Parichayavali Published by Anand Prakashan, Ratlam (M.P.)
  8. Jat bandhu, 25 July 2010

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