Thursday, 20 December 2012


                                                           ---  MUDCHAURA---

                                                                                -- RAJA BHAGVANT RAY KHICHI

mudchaura raja bhagvant ray khichi smarak

 vikas singh chauhan at mudchaura raja bhagvant ray khichi smarak

 vikas singh chauhan at mudchaura raja bhagvant ray khichi smarak


In the beginning of 1732 A. D. when Sarbuland Khan
was governor of Allahabad, Bhagwant Singh, son of Udaru,
a Khichi Rajput and a petty zemindar of Ghazipur and
Asothar* in the sarkar of Kora Jahanabad in the Allahabad
suha, now in the modern district of Fatehpur in the United
Provinces, rebelled against the local Faujdar, Jan-nisar Khan.
Confident of the support of his brother-in law, Wazir
Qamruddin Khan who had married his sister, Jan-nisar
Khanf neglected his duties and tyrannis d over the people.
The cultivators and zemindars alike had grown sick of his
executions and tyranny. He picked a quarrel with
Bhagwant Singh on some religious matter [mamilat-i'dimoi).
The Khichi chief broke out into open rebellion and gave
much trouble to the Faujdar. In the month of March,
1732, Jan-nisar Khan, therefore, left Kora to chastise the
rebel and marched in the direction of Ghazipur. One day,
when the Faujdar's camp was at a distance of four miles
from his, Bhagwant Singh, who was a man of considerable
personal prowess and courage, suddenly appeared before
Jan-nisar Khan's tent, with his troops and his drums beating
aloud, at the time of asar prayer (about 4 p. m) The Khan,
who was drunk and asleep was awakened by the sound of
Bhagwant Singh's drums He mounted his elephant and
directed, in vain, his miserable and discontented troops to
get ready for the battle. Bhagwant Singh pounced upon
•Ghazipur is 8 miles north of the Jamuna and 9 miles south-Wist
 of Fatehpur ami Asothar is 3 miles north of the river and 11
 miles south-east of Ghazipur sheet 63 c. The Marathi letters 
sometimes call him Bhagvvat Singh, sometimes Bhagat Singh and 
sometimes even Jaswant Singh.
† Klliot, Vol VIII p. 341 has that ''Jan-nisar Khan had married 
sister of Qamruddin Khan, the minister.. " It is evidently a 
translation of the translation of Xhe
translation of the Siyar, vol. I 269. also gives wrong translation 
and cal's Jan-nisar Qamruddin Khan's brother. Neville, Distt. Gazetteer
 of Fatehpur (1906), p. 156, copies Mustafa's mistake. Neville's view 
that Kora Jahana-bad was then in Qudh is also erroneous. U was in the 
Allahabad suba.
Jan-nisar Khan and made short work of him and his few faithful followers
 vvho had gathered round his person. The victor obtained possession of 
the Khan's camp and baggage and brought a considerable portion of the 
disetrict of Kora Jahanabad under his authority.*
When the news of this disaster reached Delhi, Wazir Qamruddin Khan sent
 his nephew Azimullah Khan with a strong force to punish Bhagwant Singh 
and rescue the family of Jan-nisar Khan. On Azim-ullah's near approach, 
the clever Rajput left his home and took refuge in the jungle. Azim-ullah
 Khan obtained possession of Kora and returned to Delhi only after some days
' stay, leaving the district in the charge of Khawajim Beg Khan. Hardly 
had his back turned when Bhagwant Singh issued out of his hiding, killed
 Khawajim Beg Khan and turned his men out of the district.f
Urged by his wife, Qamruddin Khan, wedded to wine and women, at last crossed 
into the Doab at the head of 40,000 horse and 30,000 musketeers, in 
June. 1733 and besieged Bhagwant Singh in his fort of Ghazipur. His 
troops being tired of a long journey, the wazir only posted his army 
on three sides of the fort and postponed attack to the next day. But 
the bird flew away before day-break by a clever ruse. To lull his enemy's
 suspicion Bhagwant Singh kept on firing on the Mughals and when it was 
midnight he escaped from the side ot the fort which was left unguarded, 
crossed the Jarana, running 8 miles south of Ghazipur, before day.break 
and took refuge in the country of Chhatrasal Bundela's sons. Qamruddin Khan
 occupied the fort and ordered the construction of a bridge to cross
* Warid, 221b-222a. Other historians like, Hadia p. G8T; Shakir, p, 22; 
Siyar II 467 give a very brief account. Hadia p. 680 says that into 
Bhagwant's hands fell the ladies of Jan-nisar Khan's harem. One of them
 became his son, Hup Singh's mistress. Muntkhn-lud-Tawarihh, Elliot. VIII
 341 n. says that she was the Faujdar's daughter and that she committed 
suicide to save her honour.
† Shakir; 22. Siyar II. 468.

the river in pursuit of the rebel.* But, before he could do so, he had to
 hurry back to Delhi to thwart a plot formed by Khan Dauran, Sarbuland Khan
 and Saadat Khan to deprive him of his office. This was Bhagwant Singh's 
opportunity. He entered into an alliance with the Marathas at Banda and, 
with their help, drove out the wazir's men and became bolder than ever. A 
petty zemindar as he was, he could not be reduced by all the armed strength 
of the Empire.f
The agressions of Bhagwant Singh remained unpunished till the Emperor formally
 appointed Saadat Khan Burhan-ul-mulk Paujdar of Kora Jahanabad in addition to 
his former office of Governor of Oudh towards the end of 1735 A. D. Saadat Khan 
received, on his journey to Delhi, under the imperial summons, a letter from 
Qamr-ud-din Khan, requesting him to chastise Bhagwant Singh and probably also
 a farman from Muhammad Shah appointing him to the government of Kora Jahanabad.
 He immediately retraced his steps, turned to his left, crossed the Ganges and 
by forced marches reached Kora on the 6th of November, 1735. Bhagwant Singh, 
whose spies brought him the timely news of the Nawab's arrival, sallied out of
 Ghazipur with his force numbering ten to twelve thousand men,‡ and suddenly 
came upon Burhan-ul-Mulk near Kora. Saadat Khan, who had hardly recovered from 
the fatigue of the day's march, hastily arrayed his huge army of 40,000 troops 
besides a large park of artillery and directed his gunners to open fire on the 
advancing enemy. Seeing the loss of a considerable number of his men, Bhagwant 
Singh, avoiding the deadly
* Warid 222b; Harda 680; Elliot, VIII. 342; Selections from the Peshwa Daftar,
 Vol. 14. Letter No. 9.
‡ Selections from the Peshwa Daftar, Vol. 14, Letters No. 40, 41 and 42. Pustam Ali,
 Elliot VII, p, 52, gives the No, as 25,000, which is ' incorrect.
fire, delivered such a fierce charge on Abu Turab Khan's* division, who was leading 
the Nawab's van, that his ranks were throughly shattered. Immediately galloping his
 horse to Abu Turab's elephant, the brave Rajput gave such a violent spear thrust in 
the breast of his adversary that it pierced through his back and lodged itself into 
the board of the howdah. Abu Turab Khan fell instantly lifeless on his elephant. 
Bhagwant Singh now proceeded against Saadat Khan's elephant, whereupon Mir Khudayar 
 who was posted by the side of the Nawab with six thousand horse and one thousand 
 turned to face the enemy. Pushing on with great vigour, Bhagwant attacked Khudayar 
Khan's division and put him to flight. Then he turned to Saadat Khan. But, at this
 stage of the battle, Sheikh Ruhul Amin Khan Bilgrami, the uncle of the historian 
Murtaza Husain Khan, Shaikh Abdulla Khan of Ghazipur and Durjan Singh, Chaudhri of
 Kora from Saadat Khan's right and Aztmit Ullah Khan from his left surrounded him 
from all sides and began shooting arrows at him. Bhagwant Singh faced the odds 
unflinchingly and slew soveral of his assailants; but he was also shot dead by 
Durjan Singh who, according to the author of the Siyar, was a relation of his but 
had joined his enemy.f The battle cost the parties the lives of 5,000 men. Besides 
being himself wounded, Saadat Khan lost sixteen of his brave and trusted officers 
and a host of his troops. The victorious Khan sent Bhagwant Singh's head and his 
skin stuffed with straw to Delhi, where Rustam Ali Khan, the author of the 
Tarikh-i-Hindi, saw them hanging in the market near the
* It is said that when Saadat Khan entered his tent after his journey, he had put 
on a green robe and had a long white beard. Bhagwant s spies marked this and so at 
the time of the battle he attacked Abu Turab Khan who had put on a green robe and 
had a long white beard like Saadat Khan. The latter had, however, changed the green 
dress for a white one. Siyar 1. 271.
† Siyar. 11.468. Mustafa, the translator adds without the warranty in the text that 
Durjan Singh had long been in Saadat Chan's service, Eng, T. I, 271.
police office. Saadat Khan appointed Shaikh AbduUa Ghazipuri his deputy in the sarkar 
of Kora Jahanabad and left hitn and his nephew and son-in-law, Abulmansur Khan, there,
 while he himself proceeded to Delhi and waited on the Emperor on 22ud November, 1735.*
Sometime after, Bhagwant Singh's son, Rup Singh, who had taken refuge in Bundelkhand, 
enlisted the support of the Maratha agent, Gobind Balhil, and meditated the recovery of
 his paternal estate with the help of the Deccanis. The Bundelu Rajns were also willing 
to help Rup Singh in his venture.† Abulmansur Khan, therefore, wrote to Saadat Khan 
Burhan-ul-Mulk, requesting his presence; accordingly the Khan started for Kora Jahanabad
 on the 18th of February, 17356. But the Marathas and the Rajas of Bundelkhand were not 
earnest in their promise to the fugitive son of Bhagwant, for we hoar nothing more about
 Kora in the pages of the Muslim historians nor even in the Marathi letters. The district
 must have quietly submitted to Saadat Khan Burhan ul mulk's rule.‡
* Hadia. 680; Saadat-i-Jawed in Elliot, Vlll. 342; Rustam Ali in Elliot, Vlll fiiyar. 11 
4G8; Shakir. 22; Maadan IV 97a and h; Selections from the Peshwa Daftar, Vol H. Letters,
 No. 40, 41 and 42.
† Selections from the Peshwa Daftar, Vol. 15, Letter No, 10.
‡ siyar. 11. 468

Sambhu Nath Misra (fl. 1749) attended the court of Bhagwant Ray Khichi, 
Raja, of Asothar. He wrote

Burhan al-Mulk

Saadat Ali Khan I (Burhan al-Mulk)
Mir Muhammad Amin ibn Shaykh Muhammad Nasir Burhan al-Mulk al-Musawi 
(Nishapur finals del segle XVII-Delhi 21 de març de 1739), fou el 
fundador de la dinastia de nawwab-wazirs d'Awadh a l'Índia (1724-1754).
Va anar a l'Índia en data desconeguda però el 1711 ja estava al servei
 de Sarbuland Khan comandant dels Kara-Manikpur. Quan va pujar al tron 
de Delhi Farrukhsiyar (1713-1719) va arribar a funcionari d'impostos 
(naib karori). El 1719 va poder sotmetre als zamindars rajputs i jats i
 fou nomenat comandant de Hindawn Biyana. Va participar en el complot 
contra l' amir al-umara Husayn Ali Khan Barha, i quan va triomfar va 
obtenir (1720) el títol de Saadat Khan Bahadur amb grau de 5000 i el 
comandant de 3000 cavallers. El mateix any fou nomenat governador d'
Akbarabad (Agra) i al cap d'un mes (novembre de 1720) va rebre el títol
 de Bahadur Djang i les insígnies de mahi maratib. El 1722 fou nomenat 
governador d'Awadh i va sotmetre als shaykhzades de Lucknow; va 
reorganitzar la província i va incrementar la recaptació i l'emperador
 Muhammad Shah el va recompensar amb el títol pel que fou conegut,
 Burhan al-Mulk.
Va establir el seu control sobre tot l'Awadh, aleshores un territori en 
conflicte, i va castigar als senyor feudals rebels de Benares i Djawnpur. 
El 1735 va rebre el districte de Korah-Djahanabad, 
on el senyor local Bhagwant Ray, que causava problemes,
 va resultar mort en un xoc contra les forces de Burhan. Després
 va anar a Delhi per servir de prop a l'emperador Muhammad. El 1737 
va atacar als marathes que havien ocupat part del Doab, els va derrotar i 
els va expulsar amb fortes pèrdues; en revenja els marathes van tacar Delhi.
El 1739 Nadir Shah de Pèrsia va envair l'Índia. Burhan va sortir d'Awadh amb
 30000 homes i fou atacat abans d'arribar al campament imperial de Karnal,
 però encara que va perdre part del bagatge, va atacar als perses i, reconegut
 per un oficial persa nadiu de Nishapur, fou capturat i portat al campament de
 Nadir. En les negacions de pau després de la victòria de Nadir Shah, es va 
acordar una indemnització de cinc milions de rupies entre Nadir i Nizam al-Mulk
 Asaf Djah, representant de l'emperador, i llavors Burhan va suggerir a Nadir, 
per motius desconeguts, d'augmentar aquesta indemnització.
Deixat en llibertat va poder tornar a Delhi on va morir al cap de poc 
(21 de març de 1739); la causa de la mort ha donat lloc a especulacions: 
suïcidi o una ferida mal curada.

BodhaFlrozabadl (fl. circ. 1773-1803) was connected
with Panna. He was the author of the Ishqnama and
some detached verses which are much admired. He
was a poet of love, and his verses were written mostly
in praise of a courtesan named Subhan.
Jan Gopdl (fl. 1776) was the author of the
Samarsdr, a work which is said to be full of poetic
Devkl Nandan (fl. 1784-1800) wrote the Sringdr
Charitry which is a Nayak-Nayika Bhed> and other
much-praised works connected with the art of poetry.
Than Ram, or Than (fl. 1791), a Bhat, was the
author of a work on poetics called Dalel Prakas.
Benl (fl. 1792-1817) wrote works on poetics, rheto-
ric, etc. His best verses are said to be verses of satire.
Bhaun (fl. 1794), a Bhat, who was skilled in all the
graces of poetry, wrote in Braj Bhasha works connected
with the poetic art.
Bhikdrl Das (fl. 1734-1750) was a Kayasth of
Pratapgarh, in Bundelkhand. He is more generally
known by the name of Das. His patron was Hindupati,
brother of Raja Prithvlpati. He ^borrowed phrases
from other poets, especially from Sripati, but is con-
sidered nevertheless to be an excellent poet. Besides
many works connected with the art of poetry he also
translated the Vishnu Pur ana into Hindi verse.
Guman Mttra (fl. 1744) attended the court of
Akbar Ali Khan. He translated the Naishadha of ?ri
Harsha and wrote several works on poetics.
Raghu Nath (fl. 1745), of Benares, was the father
of Gokul Nath, who is celebrated as the translator of
the Mahabharata into Hindi. Raghu Nath was a
writer on the art of poetry, his works being much
admired. They include a commentary on the Sat Sal
of Bihari Lai.
Kumar Mani Bhatt (fl. 1746) was a very skilled
poet, who wrote a good work on poetics called Rasik
Sambhu Nath MUra? (fl. 1749) attended the court of
Bhagwant Ray Khichi, Raja of Asothar. He wrote


Ishwarl Prasdd Tripdthl (fl. 1673) wrote the Ram
Bilas Rdmdyan, which is a translation of Valmiki's
Bdl All (fl. circ. 1692) was the author of two works
both in praise of Rama and SIta and entitled NehprakaS
and Slid Rant Dhydnmahjari, Jdnk Rasikl Saran (fl.
1703) wrote the Avadh Sdgar, which is a poem in
honour of Rama. Bhagwant Ray (fl. 1750) was the
ruler of Asothar, in the district of Fatehpur, and for
several years resisted the attacks of the Mughal
Emperor, till he was killed by treachery in 1760.
He was the author of a Rdmdyan. Another work
dealing with the story of Rama was the Ram Bilas
of $ambhu Nath (fl. 1750). Tutsi Sahib (1763-1843)
was the eldest son of the Raja of Poona, but was un-
willing to succeed to the throne. He therefore left his
kingdom and renounced the world, and becoming a
wandering ascetic finally settled in Hathras. Besides
many hymns, he wrote a work called the Ghat-
Rdmdyan. He claimed that in a previous birth he
was none other than the great Tulsl Das himself, and
had in that birth composed the Ghat-Rdmdyan, but as it
aroused a great deal of opposition it was not published
to the world but the Rdm-charit-mdnas was substituted
in its place. His work differs in style and language,
as well as in subject matter, from that of his more-
renowned namesake, and is decidedly inferior in
Madhu Sudan Das (fl. circ. 1782), who was a
poet of considerable merit, was the author of the
Rdmasvamedh, in which he describes the horse-sacrifice
made by Rama. Like Tulsl Das he was a devotee of
Rama, and his poetry resembles that of the great
Maniytlr Singh, also called Y&r (fl. circ. 1785),
was another devotee of Rama who was a skilful poet.
He was a Kshatriya, of Benares. His works include
the Saundarya Laharl> the Sundark&nd^ and the
HanumQn Chhabblsi^ all of whicji deal with some of
the legends regarding Rama and Hanuman.


Sambhu Nath Misra (fl. 1749) attended the court of 
Bhagwant Ray Khichi, Raja of Asothar. He wrote several 
much-admired works on poetics and was the preceptor of 
&iv Arsela and other poets.

JUDGEMT BY-Er.vikas singh chauhan

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Wednesday, 30 May 2012

The Great Legendary Hero Sher Singh Rana

The Great Legendary Hero Sher Singh Rana

Sher singh rana alias pankaj, the prime suspect in the phoolan devi assassination case who surrendered before the dehra dun police on friday, is an ambitious political activist of uttaranchal. 

The two biggest achievements of Sher Singh Rana
To kill Phoolan Devi 
First we will look at the life of Phoolan Devi .She was born in Mallah caste in Gorha Ka Purwa U.P (India).

From the beginning she had family dispute with his cousin Mayadin, she had some property related dispute with the Mayadin that’s why Mayaddin arranged Phoolan to marry Putti lal . According to Phoolan her husband was not of good character ( I do not know what is the definition of good character of a husband , this was her nature to always fight earlier she had problem with her cousin brother and after that with her husband ). There are proofs which states that she threatened her husband and refused to live with her .There are so much controversies related to her marriage life which is any how not related to Rajput Community .After all these thing she was again taken to his huband’s house where she fought with husband’s family and ran away .His own family have rejected her she became anti social element after doing all these thing she again came and continued her fifgt with Mayaddin (cousin brother ).I cannot understand that when her father was not interested and she was out of the family why she took Mayaddin to court for holding unlawful land .After that in 1979 Phoolan was arrested in stealing case (launched by Mayaddin) in three days of arrest she was raped and beaten by police man .All these things were done by his family and especially her brother Mayaddin . After this her family and society shunned her . Why the media is not criticising the family and the Mallah caste ?
In the same year she joined Dacoit gang .Please remember the person who was the leader was a Thakur named Baboo. I want to ask a simple after she had faced all these things what would be the character of the lady you can understand . The deputy leader of the group Vikram (caste Mallah) killed Babbo . Then Phoolan married to vikram as her second wife .Then Phoolan ransacked her husband Putti Lal and killed (by stabbing) and dragged him in the front of the villagers this was the character of Phoolan you can understand that what kind of her mentality ?After all these things she ransacked the high class villagers and kidnapping of upper caste land owners , please understand that till that date except an attempt of Rape by Babbo there was nothing which has been done by upper caste people against Phoolan for the attempt Babbo was murdered then why she was specially targeting the high caste people , Is it a crime in this country to belong to high caste .Later Shri Ram a thakur came out of jail and claimed the leadership of the gang .According to charges of Phoolan Shri Ram wants to make sexual advance towards Phoolan , I want to ask a simple question who was Phoolan Miss Universe Miss World or Miss India that every person wants (specially thakur’s) to make physical relationship with her ? Please understand that Phoolan was manipulating the facts that when Shri Ram took the charge he was specially torturing the Mallah community because there was not any incident before this that he would have done this kind of things and there is no such reason as well , as all of us are aware that what kind of character of Phoolan had it’s very hard to believe her every statement .And after that a bollywood kind of stroy framed by phoolan stating that Shri Ram killed Vikram and locked her in Behmai Village and there she was raped by many men in the Behmai villagers (not specially thakur’s) and she managed to ran away and she gathered a gang of Mallah she carried “n” numbers of robberies in north and central India mainly targeting upper caste people . I cannot understand why she was targeting upper caste people only if the answer is rape in Behmai Village there is no proof that only thakurs have participated and prirot to this she was raped in Police Station as well why did not take revenge by the Police .

After 17 month from her escape from Behmai on 14th Feb 1981 she returned back to rake avenge of her rape .Her gang came in police uniform and asked to produce the kidnappers along with all valuable things in the village .There was a thakur family preparing for wedding , the gang was not able to find kidnappers .She was able to recognise two of them who were involved in her rape and murder of Vikram .She ordered to line up all the thakur in the village and shot them . I want to ask who the hell she was to decide what punishment they should get (only talking about two ) where was law and order and impotent govt. What was the crime of rest of the Thakur’s in the village the only crime was that they were from Thakur community . The dacoit opened fire and killed 22 thakur’s of the village 20 of them were completely innocent .And the whole U.P govt system was not able to arrest Phoolan this shows how impotent the law and order is or there could be another reason that the case was related to Rajput community govt is least bothered .The media have glorified her at that time I cannot understand why ?

Two years after Behmai massacre police was not able to arrest her (the great UP police).Then our central govt (Indira Gandhi ) decieded to negotiate for her surrender it shows at that time total system failure to arrest Phoolan UP police was impotent but where was Army ? She was ready to surrender on his own terms and condition (which looks like award given to Phoolan for Behmai massacre rather than punishment )

The condition were as follows

1. Not to surrender UP police but she will surrender to MP police

2. She would not get the death penalty

3. Her gang members should not get more than eight years in jail

4. Her brother should be given a government job

5. Her father should receive a plot of land

6. Her entire family should be escorted by the police to her surrender ceremony

Lucrative kind of negotiation done by Indira Gandhi .

An unarmed police chief met her at a hiding place in the Chambal ravines. They walked their way to Bhind. The onlookers included a crowd of around 10,000 people and 300 police officer and the then chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, Mr. Arjun Singh. Three hundred police were waiting to arrest her and other members of her gang who surrendered at the same time.
Phoolan Devi was charged with 48 crimes, including thirty charges of dacoity (banditry) and kidnapping. Her trial was delayed for eleven years, which she served in the prison.Phoolan was released in 1994 0n parole . I cannot understand that our govt can be impotent what about the judiciary ? Why court didnot gave her life sentence when the charge sheet was so heavy ?
She got a train stopped at unscheduled stops to meet her acquaintances in Uttar Pradesh. The railway minister, Ram Vilas Paswan played down the train incident and ordered only a nominal enquiry. Once, she visited the Gwalior jail (where she was imprisoned) to meet her former inmates. When the jail officers didn't let her in due to the visiting hours rules, she abused them. Later, a suspension order was issued against the jail officials involved in the incident, without any explanation. This was her real character which she was not able to change till last time always shown her true color of blood .
On July 25 2001, Sher Singh Rana alias Pankaj's killed Samajwadi Party MP Phoolan Devi to avenge the killing of 20 upper caste Thakurs by Phoolan's gang on February 14, 198, in Behmai, Uttar Pradesh. Sher Singh is a Thakur and belongs to Roorkee. This person is greater than our whole system he was manage to punish a guilty when even complete system was not able to do so . We should salute him and if possible govt should award him with Param Vir Chakra (PVC) award because he have done such bravery which our whole system (Police, CBI.ARMY including all the forces ).

On 25 th there was big celebration in Behmai

a cop at the Rajpur police station, about 15 Kms from the village, had something else to say. "We could hear the boom of guns from Behmai," he said.

It was divine retribution. God punished her for her sins," was the brief and crisp remark of 50-year old Santoshi Devi, who had helplessly watched her husband Banwari begging for his life before a haughty Phoolan who refused to show any mercy. The massacre that followed earned her instant notoriety and the infamy of 'bandit queen'.

Almost each of the 12 surviving widows of Phoolan's victims shares this sentiment.

Munni Devi was barely 15 and at her parent's place after her unconsummated marriage (a tradition prevalent in parts of rural India) when she got the news of her husband Lal Singh's brutal end. She remains a widow to this day.

"She had to be repaid in the same coin," she quipped.

"We were all thrilled to hear about the manner in which Phoolan met her end. I am among those who have suffered in the 20 years that have gone by since that woman pumped bullets into my father's chest," said a 21-year old college going lad, whose widowed mother pleaded anonymity.
Another youngster who was not even born when the sensational mass murder took place was even more forthright.
"Ever since my childhood, my blood always boiled when I heard about the massacre. What is wrong if we fired guns to express our jubilation now when God has punished her?"
We can compare Rana with Udham Singh who tool the avenge the same way
Rana is to be honoured for upholding the dignity of the community as he has avenged the killing of 20 Kshatriyas by Phoolan Devi in the Behmai massacre. Rana is the new hero of community and every youth should follow his as ideal and message should be clear enough “DON’T MESS WITH RAJPUT”


Mahmud Ghazni (Mahniud Ghaznvi) came and attacked India about seventeen times between 1001-1026 A.D. Mahmud Ghazni ruled from Ghazni, a city in Afghanistan. Rajput King Prithvi Raj Chauhan, who forgave him all the time, ultimately himself was defeated and was captured by Ghazni. He made Prithvi Raj blind and he was ultimately killed. His ashes were kept in Afghanistan.
Sher Singh Rana, the prime accused in the Phoolan Devi murder case, escaped from the jail two years earlier. He had a national mission in his mind, he wanted to bring the ashes of Rajput King Prithvi Raj Chauhan back to India whose ashes were buried in Afghanistan.
Rana said he brought relics and sand from the king's grave in Ghazni and also had a memorial built in Etawah in UP. (Police in Kanpur said all that exists in the name of a memorial was a foundation stone for a temple.)
Rana told the police that got a fake passport from Ranchi and flew to Afghanistan on a student visa in early 2005 -- about 10 months after his escape from Tihar. A former D-company member Subhash Thakur, whom he had first met in Tihar jail, financed his trip. This was despite the fact that a lookout notice had been issued against him.
During his three-month stay in that country, Rana went searching for the king's "grave" -- he admitted to his interrogators he had little idea about the location. Only, he had heard that people disrespected the king's "resting place" and "that hurt" him the most.
After touring Kandahar, Kabul and Herat, he finally reached Ghazni. On the outskirts of Ghazni, at a small village called Deak, he claimed to have found the tomb of Muhammed Ghori. A few metres away lay Prithviraj Chauhan's tomb.
Rana said he convinced the locals that he had come from Pakistan to restore Ghori's tomb. On the sly, he dug Chauhan's "grave" and collected sand from it. He even got his "achievement" recorded on video.
In April 2005, he was back in India. He sent the 'ashes' through courier to Etawah and organised a function there with the help of local politicians. Rana's mother, Satwati Devi, was the chief guest.
On Tuesday, his mother hailed his son as the "pride of the country". "My son has only served this country. He brought the remains of Prithviraj Chauhan to India," she said.
The whole India should feel proud of him.
As her mother is proud of her whole country should be proud of him we should convey a message to our young generation that be like be ready punish anyone who is against our community.

असली राजपूत.....अंतिम हिन्दू सम्राट प्रथ्वीराज चोहान का ''बेटा'' तिहाड़ जेल में

जेल मे बंद डकेत फूलन देवी के कातिलके रूप में तो " शेर सिंह राणा " को सब जानते हे,पर देश के एक महान सम्राट के सम्मान को बनाये रखने के लिए उसने वो कर दिखाया जो न तो कोई भारतीय कर पाया न भारत सरकार,पर जब इस जेल में बंद शेर को कही से एक जानकारी मिली की अफगानिस्तान मे मोहमद गौरी की मजार के बाहर अंतिम हिन्दू सम्राट " पृथ्वीराज चौहान " की अस्थिया रखी गई है जिन्हें आज तक वहां जाने वाला हर शख्श अपमानित करता है ! इतना सुनते ही इस "पिंजरे में बंद शेर " ने ठान लिया की वह उन अस्थियो को स सम्मान हिंदुस्तान लेकर आयेगा ! देश की सबसे मजबूत जेल"तिहाड़" को तोड़ कर उन्होंने अफगानिस्तान जाने का सोचा,और उन्होंने वो कर भी दिखाया,पूरा देश अचंभित हो गया की तिहाड़ से निकल कर वो अफगानिस्तान पहुचे तथा 812 वर्षो से अपमानित की जा रही पृथ्वीराज चौहान की अस्थियो को अपने केमरे मे डाल कर भाग निकले व वहा से अपनी माँ के नाम उन अस्थियो को कोरियर कर दिया ! भला जेल से भागने के बाद कोई अपनी जान फिर क्यों जोखिम मे डालेगा ." शेर सिंह राणा " वो शेर है जिसने इस युग मे भी वास्तविक क्षत्रि धर्म के अनुरूप जीवन जिया है ! ३५ साल की उम्र मे उन्होंने वो कर दिखाया जो कोई ना कर सका ! उन्होंने वो किया जो एक बेटा अपने पिता के लिए करता हे,उनकी अस्थियो का विसर्जन इसलिए मेने उन्हें सम्राट का बेटा कह कर संबोधित किया हे,शायद पूर्वजन्म में वो सम्राट पर्थ्वीराज चोहान के बेटे रहे हो और पिछले जन्म का कर्ज उन्होंने इस जन्म में पूरा किया हो,अफगानिस्तान से लोटने बाद उन्होंने 2006 मे कोलकाता मे सरेंडर किया ! आज वो तिहाड़ की जेल नंबर २ की हाई रिस्क बेरक मे बंद है ! 11 वर्षो से जेल मे बंद इस रियल हीरो के जिन्दगी के पहलु सब के साथ बांटे 

Wednesday, 23 May 2012



 ALL Songara Chauhans belong to the Rajput Chauhan dynasty and draw their lineage from the  second  last  hindu king of Delhi Rao Shri Prithviraj Chauhan  who  occupies lion  share in the Indian history.  Rao Shri Kirtipal son of  Rao  Shri Alhana of Nadol was the founder of Jalore, he captured Jalore in A.D.1182 from the Samant of its solanki ruler. This Rao Shri Kritipal whose father Rao Shri Alhana was Nadola Chauhan is the ancestor of Songara Chauhan clan. Nadola Chauhan Rao Shri Kirtipal established his Suzerainty on Jalore situated on Songiri- Swarngiri Mountain was called Songara Chauhan , instead of,  Nadola Chauhan.          

                        Rao Shri Samarsinhji Songara of Jalore had male issues Udaysinhji and Mansinhji, this Mansinhji - a real brother of Udaysinhji Songara had conquered Abu, Chandravati and Sirohi within very short span. The rulers of Erstwhile Sirohi and Pali were Songara Chauhans. The present rulers of Sirohi are the successors of this Mansinhji Songara Chauhan.

                     Rao Shri Samarsinh father of Udaysinhji and Mansinh is the grandfather of Chanchingdev. This Chanchingdev had male issues Samantsinh (father of Kandev) and Raningdev. This way from Kirtipal to Raningdev all are Songara Chauhans, but, surprisely, Raningdev a real brother of Samantsinh and the son of Chanchingdev was called    “Thakur – Thakore Raningdev ” , why ?

               Rao shri SamantSinhji Songara ruler of Jalore due to some political understanding or  Compulsion, old age, constant attacks from DELHI and  with a view to retain the independence of Jalore against the Muslim invasion during his life time, he placed his son Kanhaddev on the throne of Jalore.This Songara king Kanhaddev was also known by names (i) NaharDev (ii)Shiligram (iii) Golaknath & (iv) Krishna (Lord Krishna’s tenth avtar-incarnation). This Kanhaddev had a brother-Maldev Songara.  Songara king Kanhad dev had two issues,  son Viramdev & Kunwar Virmati Bai. This virmatibai was married with Rao shri Lakhansinhji of Jaisalmer. The songara king Kanhaddev had four queens  namely  (I)  UMADE   (II)  KAMLADE   (III)  JAYTALDE   and  (IV) BHAVALDE.  

                  God or super entity is believed to be immortal. Thy is  not subject to death as mortal human dies. It can do anything, nothing is impossible for such super human, it can appear from anywhere at any time, the people loving, honoring, respecting such super entity are not ready to accept that such person possessing God’s virtues even can die. Some persons    were believing that this Songara king   kanhaddev was tenth Avtar (incarnation) of    Lord Krishna-vishnu .  The Lord, particularly,  Lord Krishna how can die ? Thy is not supposed to be died as mortal human dies and therefore though the  brave Songara king kanhaddev was died in the battle fighting against royal  army, it is said that he was disappeared from the battle  field . Perhaps , he  might  have  taken  calculative back   foot step  for some better preparing and replying the Royal army in the battle field ,this action of Songara king kanhaddev might have been taken as his disappearance from the battle.

                       Rao Shri Kanhaddev & his brave son Viramdev were died in battle fought against the sultan Ala-ud-Din khilji in year 1311, this battle of Jalore was terrible. On going through the “ KANHAD-DE-PRABANDH ” it appears that Jalore resisted the invasion for 3-4 years before it fell , the brave Songara Chauhans had kept up the tradition. Father Rao shri kanhad dev and brave son viram dev sacrificed their lives for their country-mother land Jalore , religion, pride as well as for the honor, respect and protection of the women of mewar and other parts of our present HINDUSTAN. These members of royal family had also sacrificed their lives for preventing the Hindus being converted to Muslims by the sultan khilji and his supporters. At that time, the massive Islamic take over the Hindus - India was underway. The sultan khilji and other Muslim rulers had decided to convert entire Hindustan into Islamic world. One may accept or not, but, this process is continued in one or other way even to-day.

                It is said in “Kanhad-De-Prabandh” that FIROZA a daughter-princess of the sultan Khilji fell in love with Viramdev son of Kanhaddev Songara who was on attendance at the court of Khilji in place of his father. son Viramdev defeated PUNJU wrestler in the game. Firoza impressed by the game played and won by viram dev, she fell in his love. In fact, it was a conspiracy hatched by the sultan to kill this viram dev songara. The sultan khilji forced viram dev to marry his daughter Firoza , ultimately,  the quarrel picked up and turned into Jalore battle. khilji was in search of a cause for capturing Jalore and he did get it in refusal of viram dev to marry his princess Firoza. Firoza was a princess , she was a daughter of khilji, but , her mother was not one of the queens-begums of khilji, she was born out from Harem, she was a daughter of female attendant AASMANI KHAVAS. The prostitutes were too used to keep in harem and therefore viram dev songara did not think it proper to marry this TURK GIRL-TARKADI CHHORI and under the pretext of coming with Barat-Jaan-wedding procession, he left Delhi for Jalore and met in the battle . The real cause of the invasion with the sultan khilji was the determination to put an end to the independence of Jalore as was done with the other states of RAJPUTANA.  Jalore was the part of mewar, the sultan khilji had been long anxious to add mewar to his sultanate and Jalore was going to be more and more powerful which made khilji mad-ferocious to attack on it. Khilji had consolidated his authority in Mewar, Kanhaddev’s semi independent status was construed as contumacy and his country was invaded.

                 “EVERY THING IS FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR” – Firoza had put this maxim into service in its true concept having real meaning thereof. Firoza was not only a glamours beauty, she was very shrewd politician and intellectual diplomat. She utilised her beauty as an instrument to get the chief in army Samsukhan who was also a brother-in-law of the sultan Khilji, Samsukhan’s wife Khuja begum (sister of sultan), sadal, sahi malik and other worriors of royal army freed from captivity. All these were war prisoners, Maldev Songara and Viramdev Songara had  made them surrendered in the long drawn war after fall of Sivana. If these nearest relatives of the sultan would not had been released from the war custody, the sultan would had been forced to withdraw the siege laid on jalore or would had been compelled to enter into a political treaty at the unilateral conditions favourable to the subjects of Jalore and Jalore’s sovereign itself, but, the rular Viramdev Songara and incharge of army Maldev Songara failed to read written on the wall, it was time to strike the iron, the royal army was exhausted in long drawn war, all the circumstances and prevailing situations were in favourable of Jalore, but, unfortunately, Jalore missed an opportunity. Firoza utilised her beauty as the opener of the prison lock, all the war prisoners got released. Firoza not only got release of these war prisoners, she also obtained rewards- gifts including the elephants which were snached by the Jalore army from the royal army ( the royal army had captured these elephants in Somnath – Gujarat War). Foriza also received an assurance for no sudden attack on royal army i.e. the jalore’s army would not attack on royal army.

                           This FIROZA in her second visit of Jalore had come with the arm’ament. She was a troop member of the women  army headed by GULBAHISTA, this Gulbahista  was also a chief security officer of the Sultan’s Harem. Jalore could not visualize the hidden ar’mour . when the hands of Jalore were free&up,the legs &heads of DELHI were under the stone, it was not desirable at all for the rular of Jalore to do all these for the sake of exellency, nobleness, royalness, broad heartedness and proud. In fact, the rular of Jalore etc. had been allured by sorceress  and hypocrite Firoza. Returning from Jalore Firoza furnished all  the secret informations to the Sultan at Delhi  which became very important and helpful  to the royal army and the  sultan too in the last war in which we lost Kandev and Viramdev both. We can see , how much she was shrewd ? After sacrifice of these brave Kings Kanhad dev Songara and Viramdev Songara, Maldev Songara a real brother of Kandev, who was chief in charge of Jalore army was appointed as the governor of Chittod  at the instance of this Firoza, she spared no prominent Songara Chauhan to look after Jalore !!! Firoza’s first visit of Jalore started it downfall and in her second visit Jalore lost every thing. Firoza had played a pivot role in degradation of Jalore, in remembrance of this remarkable venture in the period during which Jalore remained under domains of invaders her monument was built up on Swarangiri – Jalore, it exists as “ FIROZA KI CHHATRI”. In the battle of Jalore, lastly, the Sultan khilji sent a strong force under the commandment of kamaluddin Garg, with the help of some ambitious local persons the task of kamaluddin became easy, songara king kanhad dev, his son viramdev and their army men were killed in a close combat and the fort was captured. It was fall of songara chauhans . Jalore ,Bhinmal and sanchor were kept under the dominance of Muslims.

                             After sacrifice of kanhaddev songara and viramdev songara, khilji conquered Jalore , it became the part of sultanate –empire of Delhi till India became independent .Ofcourse, for some period Jalore was restored to Mewar ,but , the Muslin rulers continued their dominance on it till 1947, when India became independent sovereign.

                           After sacrifice of Rao shri KANHADE SONGARA and VIRAMDE SONGARA, their Pedigree does not come to an end nor ceases. In the last war MALDEV SONGARA a brother of KANHADE SONGARA was servived , he was appointed as the governor of  Chittod. JESO SONGARA son  of  this MALDEV had forced the sultan to part with sambhar.

                            At the time of last war the queen MEGALDEVIof viramdev songara was at her parental home at siyalcot  with a minor son AMBRAJ. This Ambraj Viramdev songara is the grand father of Rao shri AKHERAJ(I) who got written famous epic “KANHAD DE PRABANDH” . Rao shri Akeraj songara is the son of Rao shri Khetsinhji songara.

            “ESKANDAR-E-SAMI-SULTAN-UL-AZAM ALLADIN YA MAUDDIN MAHAMMADSHA ”-Alludin khilji was believing himself as Alexander II and was trying to establish the same. This khilji did get prepared the coins of his name and described him as Alexander II on the coins. The great Alexander once upon a time had decided to be the empire of entire universe and accordingly he entered in to India, but, the brave Hindu king porus forced this Alexander to return and during return journey he was murdered. Khilji also made with the same fate i.e he died unnatural death in January 1316.

                       It also requires to remember that Lohani Nawabs of Palanpur claim that their ancestor who was a minister of parihar ruler had captured Jalore from him, but, the claim of Palanpur Nawabs has no historical support , however they are trying to keep-up their heads.

                       Jain Muni Gyan sundarji says in his “RATANPURIYA GACHH” that songara chauhan Ratansinh had established a new kingdom of his own name “ RATANPAR NAGAR"  in vikram samvat year 1082 [ Perhaps this Ratanparnagar may be a village of sanchor Taluka of Jalore district, State of Rajasthan. This Ratanpar village of Sanchor Taluka is not far away from Jalore]. The direct discendent of songara chauhan king Ratansinh accepted Jainism. These discendent and his family members were called “RATANPURA”. The are ten branches/sub gotras of Ratanpura,they are Songara, Ramsena, Katariya, Bohra and others on the names of persons of Ratanpura family.

                       It is useful to note here that there is an ancient village namely “RAMSIN” near Jalore.The Songara chuhans habitants of this Ramsin village are called “RAMSENA”. Songara chauhans of “RAMSAN” village of Banaskantha district ,state of Gujarat are also called “RAMSENA” after the name of this village Ramsan and therefore the say of Muni Gyan sundarji in regard to acceptance of Jainism by the descendent of songara king Ratansinh seems not to be correct /true. Ramsena,Songara chauhans and katariya all these are kshatriyas , no Songara chauhan or Ramsena is a Jain.

                    It is painful to say that prior to independence, not only the Muslims invaders had tried to put an end to the “ HINDU INDIA-BHARAT VARSH ”, but , during years 1143 to 1172 , a Hindu- chalukya king kumarpal who adopting Jainism became jain under impression of famous HEMCHANDRACHARYA had also destroyed so many Hindu temples and the destroyed hindu temples were converted to jain temples. It is the misfortune of Jalore that the ruler of sambhar vigrahraj chauhan had too put Jalore badly on fire. Jalore was so badly burnt in that fire as it was destroyed completely.

                      These Kanhaddev and viramdev had left behind them glorified memories,they are very popular amongst all rulers of Rajputana region, these members of royal family are well sung heroes of folk songs being sung in entire Rajsthan as well as some parts of Gujarat, it is the matter of pride for songara chauhans that one of their ancestors was Kanhaddev songara