Khairagarh

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Author of this article is Laxman Burdak लक्ष्मण बुरड़क
Khairagarh on Rajnandgaon District

Khairagarh (खैरागढ़) is a town and a nagar panchayat in Rajnandgaon District in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh.

History

Tejaji's ancestors were Nagavanshi descendant of Shvetanaga, who had five kingdoms in Central India, namely - 1. Khilchipur, 2. Raghaugarh, 3. Dharnawad, 4. Garhkila (Kilkila), and 5. Khairagarh [1]

Khairagarh was a feudatory state of the former Central Provinces of British India. Pandadah (8 km from Khairagarh) is one of the most historical places in Chhattisgarh. The chief, who is descended From the old Nagavansha royal family, received the title of Raja, The King, as an hereditary distinction in 1898.

According to Dilip Singh Ahlawat [2], The Naga Jats ruled over Kantipur, Mathura, Padmavati, Kausambi, Nagpur, Champavati, (Bhagalpur) and in the central India, in western Malwa, Nagaur (Jodhpur- Rajasthan). In addition they ruled the ancient land of Shergarh, (Kota, Rajasthan), Madhya Pradesh (Central India), Chutiya Nagpur, Khairagarh, Chakra Kotiya and Kawardha. The great scholar, Jat Emperor, Bhoja Parmar, mother Shashiprabha was a maiden of a Naga Clan.

तेजाजी के पूर्वज और खींची

संत श्री कान्हाराम[3] ने लिखा है कि.... जायल खींचियों का मूल केंद्र है। उन्होने यहाँ 1000 वर्ष तक राज किया। नाडोल के चौहान शासक आसराज (1110-1122 ई.) के पुत्र माणक राव (खींचवाल) खींची शाखा के प्रवर्तक माने जाते हैं। तेजाजी के विषय में जिस गून्दल राव एवं खाटू की सोहबदे जोहियानी की कहानी नैणसी री ख्यात के हवाले से तकरीबन 200 वर्ष बाद में पैदा हुआ था।


[पृष्ठ-158]: जायल के रामसिंह खींची के पास उपलब्ध खींचियों की वंशावली के अनुसार उनकी पीढ़ियों का क्रम इस प्रकार है- 1. माणकराव, 2. अजयराव, 3. चन्द्र राव, 4. लाखणराव, 5. गोविंदराव, 6. रामदेव राव, 7. मानराव 8. गून्दलराव, 9. सोमेश्वर राव, 10. लाखन राव, 11. लालसिंह राव, 12. लक्ष्मी चंद राव 13. भोम चंद राव, 14. बेंण राव, 15. जोधराज

गून्दल राव पृथ्वी राज के समकालीन थे।

यहाँ जायल क्षेत्र में काला गोत्री जाटों के 27 खेड़ा (गाँव) थे। यह कालानाग वंश के असित नाग के वंशज थे। यह काला जयलों के नाम से भी पुकारे जाते थे। यह प्राचीन काल से यहाँ बसे हुये थे।

तेजाजी के पूर्वज राजनैतिक कारणों से मध्य भारत (मालवा) के खिलचिपुर से आकर यहाँ जायल के थली इलाके के खारिया खाबड़ के पास बस गए थे। तेजाजी के पूर्वज भी नागवंश की श्वेतनाग शाखा के वंशज थे। मध्य भारत में इनके कुल पाँच राज्य थे- 1. खिलचिपुर, 2. राघौगढ़, 3. धरणावद, 4. गढ़किला और 5. खेरागढ़

Villages in Khairagarh tahsil

Achanakpur Nawagaon, Achholi, Akrajan, Amdani, Amlidih Kalan, Amlidih Khurd, Archedabri, Ataria, Aveli, Badgada, Badhai Tola, Bagaijhori, Baghmarra, Baigatola, Baihatola, Bajguda, Bakalsarra, Baldeopur, Bandbod, Baphara, Barbaspur, Bargaon, Barpela Tola, Bawali, Bendridih, Bhandarpur, Bharatpur, Bhardakalan, Bhimpuri, Bhorampur Kalan, Bhorampur Khurd, Bhothi, Bhulatola, Bhursatola, Bicharpur, Bidauri, Bikrampur, Bodagarh, Boirdih, Bori, Borla, Chandeni, Chandgadhi, Changurda, Charbhatha, Chhechhand Pahri, Chichka, Chichola, Chikhaldah, Chingli, Daihan, Dalli Kholi, Damri, Dapka, Deori, Deoribhath, Dhaneli, Dhangaon, Dholiyakanhar, Dhourabhatha, Dilippur, Dokbabhatha, Dullapur, Dumrrdih, Dunda, Etikasa, Fattepur, Gadadih, Gadaghat, Gadaghat, Gahiratola, Garrapar, Gatapar, Gatapar Kalan, Gendra, Ghaghra, Ghanikhuta, Ghoghedabri, Ghotiya, Ghughari Tola, Ghumarra, Godri, Gopal Pur, Gopal Pur Khurd, Gumanpur, Hardi, Hirawahi, Itar, Jagannathpur, Jalbandha, Jangalpur, Jharjhara Ghat, Jhikadah, Joratarai, Junwani, Jurlakalan, Kalkasa, Kamtha, Kanchri, Karamtara, Karela Garh, Karela Purana, Katalwahi, Katangikalan, Katangikhurd, Katema, Kaudiya, Kekrajbod, Kerabori, Keshla, Khairagarh (NP), Khairbana, Khairbana, Khajri, Khamhardih, Khamtarai, Khapri Kalar, Khapri Sirdar, Khapri Teli, Khongha, Khursipar, Kodenawagaon, Kohkabod, Kopenawagaon, Kotbrichhapar, Koyali Kachhar, Kukarmuda, Kulikasa, Kumhi, Kurrubhath, Kusiyari, Kusmi, Kusumkuwa, Lachhna, Lalpur, Limau Tola, Limtara, Madanpur, Madanpur, Madrakuhi, Mahrumkalan, Malaidah, Malood, Mandla, Mandla Tola, Markame Tola, Maroda, Maru Tola Kalan, Maru Tola Khurd, Mauhadhar, Mongra, Mudbhadur, Mudhipar, Mudpar, Mudpar, Muhdabri, Muska, Muteda, Nawagaon, Nawagaon Alha, Nawagaon Kalan, Nawagaon Kanwar, Nawagaon Katha, Pachpedi, Padadah, Panduka, Parasbod, Parsahi, Parsuli, Pasalkhaira, Pawantara, Pendri Kalan, Pendri Khurd, Peti, Pipariya, Pipla Kachhar, Pircha Pahad, Pircha Tola, Prakashpur, Ragra, Rahud, Rauna Bhatha, Renga Kathera, Renga Kathera, Riwa Gahan, Ruse, Sahaspur, Sahaspur, Sahila, Salgapat, Salhebharri, Salhewara, Salouni, Sandi, Sandongri, Sankara, Sankri, Sarangpur, Sarragondi, Seoni, Shergarh, Shikari Tola, Singarghat, Singarpur, Singhauri, Sirsahi, Sonbhattha, Sonpuri, Sutiya, Takam, Tekadih, Tekapar, Tekapar Kalan, Tekapar Khurd, Telitola, Temri, Thelkadih, Tilai Bhat, Tingamali, Tolagaon, Tulsipur, Udri Nawagaon, Uraidabri,

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References

  1. Sant Kanha Ram: Shri Veer Tejaji Ka Itihas Evam Jiwan Charitra (Shodh Granth), Published by Veer Tejaji Shodh Sansthan Sursura, Ajmer, 2015. p.158
  2. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Chapter III, p.242
  3. Sant Kanha Ram: Shri Veer Tejaji Ka Itihas Evam Jiwan Charitra (Shodh Granth), Published by Veer Tejaji Shodh Sansthan Sursura, Ajmer, 2015. pp.157-158

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