Pipahada

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Location of Gohad in Bhind District

Pipahada (पिपाड़ा) is a village in Gohad tahsil of Bhind District in Madhya Pradesh. Also called Pipahad or Pipada is site of Jat Fort.

Location

Jat Gotras

History

Various Jat clans had an important role in running the administration of Gohad state. The supreme power of the state vested in the King but the senior chieftains from Jat clans in-charge of various forts in the state used to keep a balance.

Rana Bhim Singh (1702-1755) became ruler of Gohad after death of his father Rana Jaswant Singh. Gohad became a powerful state in regime of Rana Bhim Singh. There were 125 chieftains looking after the affairs of various forts. Some prominent chieftains were: [1] (Ojha,p.60)

  1. Neerpura - Rao Balju
  2. Itayali - Kunwar Madho Singh
  3. Karwas - Hameer Singh
  4. Pipada - Vikramdutta
  5. Mudhaina - Kunwar Guman Singh

This was the site of fort of Bamraulia Rana Jats of Gohad. The forts nearby Gohad such as Chitaura, Karwas, Madhaina, Itayli, Pipahad etc were managed by chieftains of Bamraulia clan.[2]

Notable persons

  • ठाकुर पंचमसिंह – [पृ.580]: परगना मेहगांव में पपाड़ा के ठाकुर पंचमसिंह जी राणा से भी सभी जाट लोग परिचित हैं। आप भी एक संपन्न जमीनदार और समझदार आदमी हैं। [3]

External links

References

  1. Jagaon Ki Pothi
  2. Dr. Ajay Kumar Agnihotri (1985) : Gohad ke jaton ka Itihas(Hindi), p. 89
  3. Thakur Deshraj:Jat Jan Sewak, 1949, p.580



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