Rao Mutia Kamas

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Mutia Kamas (848 AD) (मुतिया कमास) was a ruler of of Dahiya Kshatriya clan having title of Rao, who came from Kannauj in samvat 905 (848 AD) and constructed a fort in Nagaur city in Rajasthan.

Ancestor of many clans

According to the historical records of Mandiwal gotra Rao Mutia Kamas of Dahiya Kshatriya clan came from Kannauj in samvat 905 (848 AD) and constructed a fort in Nagaur city in Rajasthan. Lakhan Rao, Ballu Rao, Joon Rao and Pipa Rao ruled here for about 200 years. Rao Pipaji married with Deyoo Jakhar the daughter of Maihan Raja. Their sons were Sahajarao, Rajdeo, Mandeo, and Gangdeo. The descendants of Sahajarao were known as Ranwa, those of Rajdeo were known as Roja. The descendants of Mandeo were known as Mandiwal and those of Gangdeo were known as Gugal Jats.

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