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Heroic Royals of Nation

admired and honored locally

Note: Enlisted are the heroic kings and queens of yesteryear departed to heaven and locally admired and honored. NHReL requests you to help us in enlisting all such royal icons whom and whose deeds are most cherised by villagers and neighborers of Nidana.

Ajey Lohagadh Tejsavi Maharaj Surajmal Sinsinwar
Punjab Kesri Maharaj Ranjeet Singh Sandhu
Mursan Naresh Raja Mahendra Partap
Mahraja Agarsen Agarwal
Immortal King Ashoka
Maharaja-dhi-raj Bhoj
Brief: 13th February 1707 – December 25, 1763. King of Bharatpur in Rajasthan. Famous quotation about him:
तीर चलें तलवारें चलें, कटारें चलें इशारों तें!
अल्लाह मियाँ भी बचा नहीं सकदा, जाट भरतपुर आळे तें!!
Popularly known as "The Plato of the Jat people" and "The Jat Ulysses", because of his political sagacity, steady intellect and clear vision. The king whose intellect was accepted by the then Mughals, Marathas and Britishers after Marathas lost to third battle of Panipat over annoying former in battle which could have turned the results otherwise.
राजा झुके, झुके मुग़ल, राजपूत, मराठे झुका गगन सारा!
सारे जहां के शीश झुके, पर कभी न झुका सूरज हमारा!!
Brief: 13 November 1780 – 27 June 1839, the first ruler of the Sikh Empire after gaining independence from the Afghan Empire. He was born into a Jatt Sikh clan of Sandhu gotra.
Brief: December 1, 1886 – April 29, 1979. He was a freedom fighter, journalist, writer and revolutionary social reformist of India. He was popularly known as the Aryan Peshwa born in Thenua gotra Jat Hindu princely family of state of Mursan in Hathras District of Uttar Pradesh. In 1909 he gave away his residence and five villages for the purpose of technical education which was named Prem Maha Vidhalaya. First President of Interim Government of India in Exile made in Kabul, by Murshan Naresh Raja Mahendra Pratap (popularly known as Jat Peshwa), in 1916 during first world war. He was a great revolutionary freedom fighter, patriot, social reformer, humanist and votary of one World Government, who called upon the NRI's to become united for Indian freedom.

Due to his revolutionary ideas he had good relation with Lenin and other anti-British forces. He was first Indian ever to garner the collective support of anti-British forces in the same way as Neta Ji Subhasha Chandra Bose got during 2nd world war. In 1918 he met Kaiser Wilhelm 2 of Germany. In 1919 met V. I. Lenin on the way to Russia. In 1929 raja ji launched the famous "World Federation" from Berlin.

Later on Raja ji emerged as the biggest functionary and prime resource behind staunching the Neta Ji Subhash Chandra Bose's Indian National Army (INA) in Singapore.

Perhaps he and neta ji are the two seul stalwarts of pre-Independent India, who fought for Indian Freedom by being out of nation consequently both were declared as breachers of faith of British India Govt. Raja ji had become a big menace for the foreign rule in India. The British Government of India declared a reward on his head, attached his entire estate and declared him a fugitive.

Brief: A legendary Indian king of Agroha, from whom the Agrawal community claims descent. He is credited with the establishment of a kingdom of traders in North India, and is known for his compassion in refusing to slaughter animals in yajnas.
Brief: 304–232 BC, an Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty who ruled almost all of the Indian subcontinent. He embraced Buddhism after witnessing the mass deaths of the Kalinga War, which he himself had waged out of a desire for conquest.
Brief: He was a philosopher king and polymath of medieval India, who ruled the kingdom of Malwa in central India from about 1000 to 1050 CE. This is your galory that the famous quotation "Kahaan raja bhoj kahaan gangu teli" is referred to your name.
Maharaj Veer Vikramditya
Maharaja Chandragupta Morya
Greatest Mughal Kind Jallaluddin Akbar
Khap probate Great King Harshvardhana
Amar Maharani Kishori Bai
Maharani of Jind
Brief: 102 BCE to 15 CE, Vikramaditya lived in the first century BCE. He was a legendary emperor of Ujjain, India, famed for his wisdom, valour and magnanimity.
Brief: Born 340 BCE, ruled 320 BCE, – 298 BCE, was the founder of the Maurya Empire. He is considered the first unifier of India as well as its first genuine emperor. He bears the honor of pupil of great Chanakya Great.
Brief: 14 October 1542 – 27 October 1605, the ruler who founded the Mughal dynasty in India. He is most appreciated for having a liberal outlook on all faiths and beliefs and during his era, culture and art reached a zenith as compared to his predecessors.
Brief: born 590—606 ruled - died 647 AD. He was the son of Prabhakara Vardhana and the younger brother of Rajya Vardhana, a king of Thanesar, Haryana. At the height of his power his kingdom spanned the Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Bengal, Orissa and the entire Indo-Gangetic plain north of the Narmada River. He belonged to the Jat clan of Haryana.

Brief: She is known as the patron to the Bharatpur State for three generations even after death of her husband his highness Maharaja Surajmal. She belonged to Hodal, in Faridabad, Haryana
Maharaja Churaman(1695–1721) - real founder of state of Bharatpur
Greatest King Porus (340–317 BC) who denied Alexendera treaty without taking the front
Ajey Hindu Dharm Rakshak Mahraja Jawahar Singh (reigned 1763–1768)
Brief: The real founder of Jat state of Bharatpur - Rajasthan. He was the first unanimously elected leader of Jats in 1695. He made Bharatpur State a political power in India.
Brief: Porus Gotra Jat King Porus fought Alexander in the Battle of the Hydaspes River in 326 BC and this battle is known as one of the ultimate battles in history. Porus lost that fight but Alexander was impressed by his stature.
Brief: The great king who took revenge for mysterious death of his father Maharaja Surajmal from Mughals and saved the Hindu pride, the king who took revenge for defeat of Maharan Partap from Mughals not only by defeating and capturing Delhi but taking the door of RED Fort, which was earlier brought by Mughals by defeating Chittodgadh naresh Maharana Partap. He made his mother's holy bath to Pushkar a huge succcess in Jaipur by defeating Jaipur Naresh Madho Singh in battle of Moanda-Mandholi while returning from bath after which Raja Madho Singh could never regain the old power again. The king who helped Dhoulpur in remaining free from Maratha attacks.

Jai Dada Nagar Kheda Bada Bir

Author: P. K. Malik

First Edition: 01/09/13

Publisher: NHReL

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