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Location of Jahazpur in Bhilwara district

Jahazpur (जहाजपुर) is an ancient village in Jahazpur tahsil of Bhilwara District in Rajasthan.

Location

It is situated at a distance of 75 km from Bhilwara in north-east and 96 miles (154 km) north-east of Udaipur.

Variants

  • Jahazpur (जहाजपुर) (Bhilwara भीलवाड़ा, राज.) (AS, p.361)
  • Jahajpur (जहाजपुर)

Villages in Jahazpur tahsil

Location of Places around Jahazpur

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Jat Gotras

Those Jats who migrated from place Jahajpur were called Jahajhada. [1]

History

Genealogy of Mauryas

It was ruled by Mauryas. Samprati Maurya, grandson of Ashoka, was ruler of Rajasthan . Samprati constructed many forts in Rajasthan. Famous fort is that of Kumbhalgarh. On ruins of this fort Maharana Kumbha constructed present historical fort. Samprati constructed a fort in Jahajpur also. Samprati Maurya was a follower of Jainism. There are ruins of ancient Jaina temples in Jahajpur. [2][3]

Many branches of Mauryas ruled in Rajasthan. Mauryas defeated Yaudheyas in Shekhawati region who moved to northern parts of Bikaner such as Sindharani, Maroth etc, where they lived for a long period. The Maurya samantas of Prithviraj were Bhima Maurya, Saran Maurya, Madalrai Maurya and Mukundrai Maurya. (Devi Singh Mandawa,p.137)

Dod or Dodiya (डोडिया) - Earlier they had rule over some states in Gujarat. Present Hadauti was earlier occupied by Hunas and known as Huna Pradesh. Dods (डोड) defeated them and established their capital at Dodgarh (Gagrum). This area was under Nagavanshi rulers. This is mentioned in an Inscription of v.s. 847 (770 AD). Dodiyas defeated them and continued to rule here till v. s. 1300 (1243 AD). Jahajpur area in Mewar was also ruled by Dods. An inscription of their rule is found of the year v.s. 1334 (1177 AD). Telanjarai Dod was a samanta of Prithviraj. (Prithviraja Chauhan by Devi Singh Mandawa,p.135)

Senhi (सेंही) is gotra of Jats. This gotra originated from sanskrit word Seka (सेका). They lived in Ajmer-Merwada. They possessed silver mines and their capital was at Jahajpur (जहाजपुर). [4]

जहाजपुर

विजयेन्द्र कुमार माथुर[5] ने लेख किया है ...जहाजपुर राजस्थान का ऐतिहासिक स्थान है, जो उदयपुर से 96 मील (लगभग 154 कि.मी.) की दूरी पर उत्तर-पूर्व में स्थित है। किंवदंती के अनुसार जहाजपुर के दुर्ग का निर्माण मूलत: मौर्य सम्राट अशोक के पौत्र सम्प्रति ने किया था। यह दुर्ग बूंदी और मेवाड़ के बीच की पहाड़ियों के एक गिरिद्वार की रक्षा करता था। 15वीं शती में राणा कुंभा ने इस क़िले का पुन:निर्माण करवाया था। सम्प्रति जैन धर्म का अनुयायी था। जहाजपुर में अनेक प्राचीन जैन मंदिरों के खंडहर भी मिले हैं।[6]

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Notable persons

References

  1. Mahendra Singh Arya et al: Adhunik Jat Itihas, p.247
  2. Rajputana Gazetteer 1880, p.52
  3. Aitihasik Sthanavali by Vijayendra Kumar Mathur, p. 361
  4. Mahendra Singh Arya et al: Adhunik Jat Itihas, p.283
  5. Aitihasik Sthanavali by Vijayendra Kumar Mathur, p.361
  6. राजपूताना गजेटियर 1880, पृ. 52.

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