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Raghogarh on District map of Guna

Raghogarh (राघोगढ़) is a town and tehsil in Guna district in Madhya Pradesh.

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]

Raghogarh was dominion of Khichi Chauhans. Hindupat Raja Lal Singh (1673-97 A.D.) was the founder of the State of Raghogarh. Raja Lal Singh resided in Jharkon in Ahirwara in Pargana Balabhent where he found a 'saptdhat' statue of Rama (Raghu) on the top of a hill. He established this statue in the fort palace of Raghogarh in V. 1734 (1677 A.D.) (Magh Sudi 5) on an elevation in the village of Kotda.

Gugor Fort - Chhabra Gugor or Gugor was always prone to be invaded by the Hadas from Baran. The Kheechi rulers had been on the lookout for a more suitable and central place to make it their third capital after they had ruled from Gugor for a period of 400 years. With the transfer of the capital to Raghogarh, Gugor was added to the Thikana of Chhabra which came to be called Chhabra Gugor, as it is known at present.

Lal Singh was a brave warrior and built mansions and temples, dug tanks and baories and laid garden. He gave land to temples. Lal Singh was the son of Raja Garibdas. Among his three brothers one got the thikana of Bhamawad, he is ancestor of the Rajas of Garha-Jamner, the second one got Maksudangarh, a branch of Raghogarh and Ajab Singh got Guna.

According to James Todd[2]the Khichis of Gagraun and Raghugarh, the Deoras of Sirohi, the Sonigiras of Jalor, the Chauhans of Sui Bah and Sanchor, and the Pawechas of Pawagarh, have all immortalized themselves by the most heroic and devoted deeds. Most of these families yet exist, brave as in the days of Prithwiraja.

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

Jat Gotras

Villages in Raghogarh tahsil

Aamliyawada, Achkalpur, Agarpura, Ahir Khedi, Ajroda, Alampur, Aligarh, Amalya Gocha, Amargarh, Anandpur, Anderaya Alies Balapura, Athai Kheda, Awan, Bahadargarh, Bairwas, Bala Bhaint, Bala Kheda, Balakheda, Ballam Garh, Balrampura, Bamooriya, Banskhedi, Bapcha, Bapchi, Barchha, Bargiya Kheda, Barkheda, Barkhedi, Barkhedi, Barkhedi Hathni, Barkhedi Ram, Barkhedi Shyam, Barod, Baroda Kalan, Baroda Khurd, Barrya, Barsat, Basantpura, Belka, Berkhedi, Bhadauri, Bhagwanpura, Bhagwatipura, Bhaisana, Bhera Khedi, Bhojpura, Bholapura, Bhukani, Bhulay, Bilkheda, Bishan Kheda, Borda, Brisingpura, Brisingpura, Budhana, Budhoriya, Chanda Khedi, Chandan Bhent, Chandan Khiriya, Chandpura, Chanpura, Chaura Khedi, Chaura Khedi, Chhatar Pura, Chopna, Daulat Pura, Daurana, Dawatpura, Dehri, Deopur, Devipura, Devipura, Dewapura, Dewapura, Dhadhonya, Dhaparyai, Dharnawada, Dhay, Dhina Khedi, Dhiratpur, Diroli, Ditalwada, Doba, Dongar, Duhawad, Durgpura, Emnakhedi, Fajalpur, Fattukhedi, Fekara, Gadarwara, Gadher, Ganesh Pura, Ganeshpura, Garkheda, Gawari, Ghoghar, Godalpur, Godiya, Gopalgarh, Gora, Goripura, Govindpura, Govindpura, Gujar Khedi, Gunjari, Hajratpur, Haripur, Higona, Ikodiya, Imaliya, Imaliya, Jagru, Jairampura, Jaisalmer, Jaitpur, Jalalpur, Jamner, Jharpai, Kabulpura, Kadai Kheda, Kadaiya, Kadarpura, Kaharpura, Kailashpura, Kajaliya, Kajikheda, Kakwasa, Kamalpur Dang, Kamalpura Maidani, Kamarpura, Kanjai, Kankarwas, Kanthi, Karela, Kedarpura, Kergarh, Khair Kheda, Khair Khedi, Kharagpura, Khastiwada, Khedli Dang, Khedli Maidani, Khejda, Khejda, Khejra Guruji, Kherad, Khiriya, Khushalpur, Kishan Khedi, Kishanganj Alias Motipur, Kita Khedi, Kolaras, Kolua, Kotra, Kotra, Krondi, Kudai Dang, Kudai Maru, Kudaiya, Ladaiya Kheda, Lalpura, Laxmanpura, Laxmanpura, Leg Nagar, Madhopura, Mahadeopura, Mahmod Nagar, Mahu, Mahua Kheda, Majhera, Maksudangarh, Maliya Khedi, Malsiya Todi, Manpura, Mansha Khedi, Mant, Mau, Mauhapura, Mer Khedi, Meru Khedi, Mirpur, Mohanpur, Mohanpur, Mohari, Mohmmadpur, Mohmmadpur, Morwas, Motipur, Mudiya Garh, Munhasa, Murlipura, Nadner, Nagankhedi, Naganpur, Nalkheda, Narayanpura, Naseerpur, Natariyai, Nauhar, Nimkhedi, Nimkhedi, Niwari, Pachgodiya, Pagara, Pahadgarh, Palpur, Pareva, Parkana, Parsoliya, Parwariya, Patan, Peelaghata, Pipal Kheda, Pipal Khedi, Pipal Khedi, Piplya, Piproda, Prem Garh, Puraina, Puraini, Raghogarh-Vijaypur (M), Raghopura, Raghopura, Raghopura, Raghunathpura, Raghupur, Raja Hedi, Rajna Khedi, Rajpura, Rajpura, Ram Nagar, Rampura, Rampura, Rampura, Ratanpur, Rugnathpura, Ruthiyai, Sagar, Sakatpur, Sakoniya, Sallamgarh, Salota, Sanotiya, Sar Sahela, Sarari, Sarvarpur, Sawari Nath, Sawat Khedi, Sehar Kheda, Semra, Shahpur, Shankarpura, Shankarpura, Shekhpur, Shergarh, Shorampura, Shripura, Shripura, Shujalgarh, Shyampur, Singrampur, Sita Khedi, Siya Khedi, Sohan Khedi, Sujapura, Sumeri, Sundar Khedi, Sundarpura, Surajpura, Tajpura, Tedoni, Teja Khedi, Thikariya Kheda, Thukrawada, Thuniya Kundal, Todi, Todra, Torai, Triloki Pura, Tuman Khedi, Udaypura, Udaypuri, Ukawad, Umariya, Uniganjpura, Vanjala, Vijawada, Vijaypur, Virpura,

History

Notable persons

  • Digvijaya Singh (born 1947) - politician, Ex CM (MP)
  • Lakshman Singh (born 1955) - politician

External links

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. James Todd, Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan, Volume I,: Chapter 7 Catalogue of the Thirty Six Royal Races,pp.115
  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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