Ganeri

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Location of Ganeri in Sikar district

Ganeri (गनेडी) (Ganedi) is a large village in Laxmangarh tahsil of Sikar district in Rajasthan.

Location

It is located between Sutod and Nechhwa villages, near border of adjoining Sujangarh tahsil in Churu district.

Jat Gotras

History

Mohils of Janglu - Janglu area was ruled by Mohil Chauhans, who were samants of Chauhan Samrat. Rana Lakha was contemporary of Prithviraj. There were many jagirs of Mohils in Bagad area. These chieftains had to face wars in Nagaur in which many were killed. As per an inscription of 25 April 1183 (Baisakh sudi 2 v.s. 1239) in village Ganedi district Sikar Rajasthan, Mohil Jhala and his son Lakhan were killed in this war. (Devi Singh Mandawa,pp.68,132)

Population

As per Census-2011 statistics, Ganeri village has the total population of 4440 (of which 2216 are males while 2224 are females).[1]

Historical Monuments

Ganedi Inscription of Mohils v.s. 1239 (1183 AD)

As per an inscription of 25 April 1183 (Baisakh sudi 2, v.s. 1239) in village Ganedi district Sikar Rajasthan, Mohil Jhala and his son Lakhan were killed in this war. (Devi Singh Mandawa,p.132)

Notable persons

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