AGNI VANSHI KSHATRIY अग्नि वंशी क्षत्रिय

 AGNI VANSHI KSHATRIY अग्नि वंशी क्षत्रिय
CONCEPTS & EXTRACTS IN HINDUISM By :: Pt. Santosh Kumar Bhardwaj  
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(1). AGNI KUL :: Historically it was the process of returning back to Hindu fold of the Kshatriy who had adopted Buddhism and abandoned the Vedic traditions.
Rajasthan was ruled by large number of small democratic republics of various Jat clans and other tribes. These republics were there till the rule of Harsh Vardhan. After Harsh in 647 AD, the Jat republics weakened due to invasions by Mughals, Turks, Muslims and Yavans. In the sixth and seventh century when new Agni Kul clan of Rajputs was created in Mount Abu, many of the Jat clans merged in them. Some Jat Gotr joined or merged with the Pratihar Confederation. But Majority of Jat Clans merged with Chauhans. Jat clans existed earlier as well. At this turning point they identified them with the new clans termed as Raj Puts. Badwas, Bhats, Jagas etc. had been identified with new clan of Agni Kul Kshatriy. 
Raj Rishi turned Brahm Rishi Vishwamitr and Vashishth Ji joined hands to recreate-revive the Kshatriys. The sages & saints gathered at Mount Abu where various other hermits and sages were constantly performing religious rites. The sages preferred to visit Ksheer Sager abode of Bhagwan Vishnu under the patronage of the Creator Bhagwan Brahma, who had occupied a seat over the floating Lotus (-emblem of eternity). Brahma Ji requested Bhagwan Vishnu to regenerate the warrior race. Eventually they returned to Mount Abu with Indr, Brahma Ji, Bhagwan Rudr, Bhagwan Vishnu and all the divinities. The fire-fountain (-Anhal Kund, अनहल-अग्नि  कुण्ड) was lustrated with the holy waters of the Ganga; expiatory rites were performed and it was resolved that the King of Heaven-Dev Raj Indr will  a initiate the work of recreation.
PARMAR ::  Dev Raj Indr formed a doll (-Putli, puppet, पुतली) with doob grass (-दूब घास) and nurtured it with elixir (-अमृत) reciting the Sanjeevni Mantr and offered to Agni Dev in the Holy sacrificial fire in the Agni Hotr-the fire-fountain.  A figure slowly emerged from the flame, bearing in the right hand a mace and exclaiming, Mar-mar (slay, slay). He was called Parmar; and Abu, Dhar, and Ujjain were assigned to him as a territory.
SOLANKI :: Brahma Ji was then entreated to frame one from his own essence (-ansh, अंश). He made an image, threw it into the pit, whence issued a figure armed with a sword (-khadg,खड़ग) in one hand, with the Veds in the other and a janeu, (sacred thread, जनेऊ) round his neck. He was named Chaluky or Solanki, and Anhal Pur & Patan were appropriated to him. 
PARIHAR :: Bhagwan Shiv-Rudr formed the third. The image was sprinkled with the water of the Ganges and on the incantation being read, a black ill-favoured figure arose, armed with the dhanus (-धनुष, bow & arrow). As his foot slipped when sent against the demons, he was called Parihar and placed as the guardian of the gates. He had the nonlegal Marusthali (-मरुस्थली, nine habitations of the desert) assigned him.
CHAUHAN :: The fourth was formed by Bhagwan Vishnu; when an image like himself, four-armed, each having a separate weapon, issued from the flames, and was thence styled Chaturbhuj चतुर्भुज, चौ-हान Chau-han or the four-armed). The Gods bestowed their blessing upon him, and Macavati-Nagri (Maheshwar) as his territory. 
JAT GOTR COMMON WITH CHAUHAN-AGNI KUL VANSH :: Achra, Ahlan, Anjane, Bachaya, Bachda, Bachra, Badhak, Balecha, Behede, Beherewal, Beniwal, Betlan, Bhadwar, Bharne, Bharwar, Bharwas, Bhattu, Bhayan, Bhikara, Bhukar, Biloda, Bola, Brahyan, Budhwar, Burdak, Chahal, Chawra, Chhikara, Chopda, Chophe, Chopra, Dabas, Dahana, Dahiya, Dalal, Dhayal, Deshwal, Dhaka, Dhandhi, Dhaya, Dhull, Duhoon, Gahal, Garbarya, Gathwal, Ghant, Ghayal, Girawadia, Godhaay, Godhi, Gohala, Gohar, Goriya, Gothwal, Hooda,  Jaglan,  Jasrana, Jhotda, Jhotra, Judana, Jujada, Khanna, Khapra, Kharat, Khetlan, Khugga, Kundu, Khunga, Lakdam, Lakhlan, Lakra, Legha, Loch, Lohaan, Lohiya, Loodi, Loori, Ludhan, Luhach, Lulah, Luni, Maan, Mela, Meran, Nabiya, Nahowar, Nara, Narwal, Narwari, Nimma, Nimriya,  Noora, Ohlan, Padhyan, Panghal, Pilania, Rai, Raibidar, Rapria, Ratha, Rau, Roda, Rojiya, Sahu,  Sambharwal, Sangriya, Sangwan, Saunkhda, Sayad, Sayanh, Sheoran, Shivah, Sihag, Sihibagh, Sindhad, Soori, Suhag, Suriya, Talwar, Thakran, Thalod, Tharra, Thur, Tikara, Tomar, Toor, Totiyan,  Veerpal, Velawat, Venipal.
JAT GOTR COMMON WITH PARIHAR-AGNI KUL VANSH :: Raj Kul Jats, Parihars are found in districts of Agra and Mathura. During Mount Abu Maha Yagy for the creation of Agni Kul Kshatriy some Gotr, which joined them became Raj Put Parihars and those remained out of it were Jat Parihars and Gujar Parihars. Their origin lies in The Mahabharat period Tribe called Paratangan (-परतंगण), rulers near Man Sarowar (-मानसरोवर) in Himalay region, as these were the people on gate way of India near China border. Their neighbours were Tangan (-तंगण) people who are still found amongst Jats in Jaipur and Bharat Pur districts in Rajasthan and in Firoza Bad, Uttar Pradesh in the form of Tangar (तंगड़) Jat clan.
Some Jat Gotr also joined or merged with the Pratihar Confederation. The Jat clans common with Parihars :: Bal, Balhara, Bhandi, Bhati, Chapal, Chapotkat, Danga, Gujar, Jakhar, Kacheriya, Koak, Marral, Mor, Padauda, Sel, Tangar, Taval, Thakan.
Most of these Jats were the descendants of Nag Vansh and rest were Ahir, Gujar and Yadavs.
(2). The creation of the Agni Kul was expressly for the preservation of the altars (-वेदिका, वेदी, बलिवेदी, अग्निहोत्र-कुण्ड) of the sages-saints against specifically the atheists (-भगवान् को न मानने वाले), demons (-राक्षस), giants (-दैत्य) born as Bouddh (-बौद्ध) and the Muslims. These races, the sons of Agni, were but regenerated and converted by the Brahmans to fight their battles.
Agni Vansh (-अग्निवंश) or Agni Kul (-अग्निकुल) is one of Major Kshatriy clan which descended from Agni the Deity of Fire-Agni. Agni Puran mentions the birth of these Kshatriy from the fire like Draupadi and Dhrashtdhyumn in Panchal, which resides in Mount Abu in Northwestern India after the elimination-wiping off-destruction of ancient Kshatriy Kul dynasties.
PhotoThe deity is worshipped in mount Abu as as Achleshwar (अचलेश्वर). The auspicious Agni Kund (अग्निकुण्ड, auspicious-holy fire place)  is still shown on the summit of Abu, where the four races were created by the Brahmans to fight the battles of Achleshwar and polytheism, against the mono-theistic Buddhists & the invader-barbarian Muslims, mainly.
Agni Vanshi Rajputs emerged from the Agni Kund (sacrificial pit-pot) as the result of the final sacrifice offered to Agni Dev as (1). Pratihar or Parihar, (2). Chauhan, (3). Parmar & (4). Solanki, Chaluky or Chaluk.
The miscreant barbarian invader Muslims started destroying the religious practices, rituals, prayers, Agni Hotr, Hawans etc., compelling the Brahmns to perform the Yagy to obtain warriors to slaughter the invaders. Parihar, Chaluk and Parmar could not accomplish the job which necessitated the fourth offering resulting in the appearance of Chauhan.
The Parmar was born from essence of Bhagwan Shiv, Solanki was born from Bhagwan Brahma's essence, Parihar) was born from Devi's essence and the Chauhan was born from the fire. Together they were called Raj Put or Raj Putr (-राज पुत्र, son of a king). Each one of them gave birth to a clan-hierarchy-Shakha-branch-lineage-Sub Title or basic sub-clan with its individual genealogical creed, describing the essential peculiarities, religious tenets and original domicile of the clan. This creed is a touchstone of traditional affinities and provides all information governing the laws of intermarriage.
(3.1). PARMAR (Pramar, Parmar, Pambubar) :: They were near-neighbours of the Solankis. They originated as feudatories of the Rashtr Kut and rose to power in the 10th century. They ruled Malwa and the area at the border between present-day Gujarat and Rajasthan. Bhoj, the celebrated king of Malwa, belonged to this dynasty. In the 12th century, the Parmars declined in power due to conflict with the Solankis and succumbed to attack from the Delhi sultanate in 1305. Their ancient capital was Chandra Wati, situated 4 miles away from Abu station. This Vansh-Clan evolves out from the Agni Kund of Yagy on the Mount Abu. Parajan Marithi Parmar which means Vansh which defeats the enemy & hence it is called Parmar. Great Brave king Vikramadity, Raja Bhoj, Shalini Vahan, Gandarbh Sen were from this Vansh.
States :: Malwa, Draunagiri, Dhar, Devas, Narsingh Garh,Ujjain. Samrat Vikrmadity was also recognised as a great ruler by the Muslim community. According to the book Shayar ul Okul at Makab e Sultania, His glory was written on a golden plate kept at Kaba. It is also mentioned in Shayar ul Okul that Khushnuba dhoop was the giving of Vikrmadity. The entire world knows that Shiv Ling and the  Minaret were build in Kaba by Vikramaditya.
Parmar Kshatriy clan has 35 branches which includes Pawar, Baharia, Ujjaenia, Bholpuria, Sounthia, Chawda, Sumad, Sankla, Doda, Sodha, Bharsuria, Yasho Verma, Jai Varma, Arjun Varma etc. King Umrav Singh, Jai Prakash Singh, Babu Sahab Jad Singh were belongs to Ujjaeni Kshatriy. The great Kunwar Singh Maha Veer was the son of Babu Sahab Jad Singh.
Gotr-Vashishth, Ved-Yajur Ved, Kul Devi (Deity)-Sanchi Maa, Mata Durga in North India, Maa Kali in Ujjain.
MORI :: It is one of the 36 royal clans of Rajputs & falls in 24 eka clans which are not divided further. Mori Rajputs are sub clan of Parmar Rajputs of Agni Vansh. They ruled Chittor & Malwa till early part of eighth century & built the biggest fort in India at Chittor in the reign of Chitrangad Mori  Last king of Mori Dynasty of Chittor was Maan Singh Mori who fought against Arab invasion. Qasim attacked Chittor via Mathura. Bappa, of Guhilote (Sisodia) dynasty, was a commander in Mori army. After defeating Bin Qasim, Bappa Rawal obtained Chittor in dowry from Maan Singh Mori in 734 A.D. Then on wards Chittor is ruled by Sisodia Rajputs. Later Mori & Parmar Rajputs continued to rule Malwa until Muslim incursions. Of late they remained as smaller royal states & jagirdars in the central India in present state of Madhy Pradesh, presently settled in Dhar, Ujjain, Indore, Bhopal, Nar Singh Pur & Rai Sen.
(3.2). SOLANKI :: Prathvi Dev & Madan Singh were from this Vansh. Madan Kul was build by Madan Singh. Chandr Deep Narayan Singh was also from this Vansh. This group descended from the Chaluky of Karnataka who ruled much of peninsular India between the 6th and 12th centuries. They established their rule over Gujarat between 945 and 1297 AD. Their kingdom came into prominence during the reign of Mul Raj. They ruled with their capital situated at Anhil War. This Vansh came into existence in 1079. They controlled  Gujarat and ruled a state centred around the town of Patan. They went into decline in the 13th century and were displaced by the Vaghela (Baghela).
States-Ayodhya, Kalyan, Andhra, Paatan, Ganga Tat (गँगा तट). Solanki Kshatriya has 16 branches which includes Baghela, Baghel, Solanke, Kataria, Sikharia, Sarakia, Bharsuria, Tantia etc.
Gotr-Bhardwaj, Mandavy, Parashar, Ved-Yajur Ved, Kul Devi Maa Kali.
(3.3). PARIHAR  :: Gotr-Kashyap, Kul Devi-Chamunda, Isht-Bhagwan Vishnu. The first king from this Vansh was Nag Bhatt.
The great king Harish Chandr was also from this Vansh. He had two wives, one was a Brahmn and the other was Kshatriy by birth.
States :: Kathiward, Ayodhya, Kuru Kshetr to Banaras, Bundel Khand, up to Himachal.
This Vansh has 19 branches which includes Surawat, Chandrawat, Gaj Kesar, Bad Kesar, Chandrayan, Kal Hans etc. The state of Kal Hans Kshatriy was at Basti (U.P.). Many kings were born in this Vansh. Chopra Kshatriy Vansh is also one of its sub-branch. This Vansh is existing since 894.
PARIHAR OF KANNAUJ :: Conquered Kannauj in 816 AD, which remained its capital for about a century & declined in 10th century.
(3.4). CHAUHAN (Nirban) ::  The Nirwan or Nirban clan had Maha Rana Pratap who fought against Akbar in Haldi Ghati Battle. Nirban's have Balo Ji, Pithora Ji, Kalu Ji as branches. Another clam using the same name originated as feudatories of the Pratihars and rose to power in the wake of the decline of that power. Their state was initially centred around Sambhar in present-day Rajasthan. In the 11th century, they founded the city of Ajmer which became their capital. 
In the 12th century, their the then King Prithviraj Chauhan acquired Delhi from his maternal grand father, the then King Anang Pal-a Chandr Vanshi and did not hand over the reins of power back to him.. Their most famous ruler was Prithviraj Chauhan, who won the First Battle of Tarain (तराई) against an invading Muslim army but lost the Second Battle of Tarain in 1192. This loss heralded a prolonged period of Muslim rule over northern India.
The Chauhans, ruled between 956 and 1192 AD, earlier over the eastern parts of the present day's Rajasthan with their capital at Ajmer and later extended their territory up to parts of modern-day Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. This Rajput dynasty was founded by Singh Raj, who founded  the city of Ajmer. Prithviraj Chauhan was considered greatest of all Chauhan rulers. During his reign, the kingdom extended over Delhi, Ajmer, modern-day Rohil Khand, Kalinjar, Hansi, Kalpi, Mahoba etc. He conquered Bhatinda (in Punjab) from Ghaznavi the ruler of Punjab and defeated Muhammad of Ghor in the first battle of Tarain.
Prithviraj Chauhan & Lakha (1451) were from this Vansh. Prithviraj Chauhan defeated Mohammad Ghori several times and forgive him later 16 times. The coward Mohammad Ghori deceitfully arrested Prithviraj Chauhan and take out both his eyes. Like Arjun, Prithviraj Chauhan (Dhrat Rashtr in earlier incarnation) was an expert in his verbal approach. There are many other kings also belongs to this Vansh.
Gotr-Vats, Ved-Sam Ved, Kul Devi-Ash a Puri, Guru-Vashishth, Isht-Maha Dev, Devta-Bhagwan Shri Krashn.
States ::  Khetri, Khandela, Alsi Sar Malsi Sar, Srimdhopur, Alwar, Jhunjhunu, Sikar and Churu, Bundi, Kota, Sirohi, Asthir. Delhi, Ajmer, Bhadoch, Dholpur also came under their regime. 
Chauhan Kshatriy Vansh has 25 branches, sub-branches includes Hada, Khinchi, Bhadoria, Songar, Devra, Raj Kunwar, Sambharia, Gadharia, Bhurecha, Balecha, Dhanetiya, Tassera, Chachera, Bhawar, Bankat, Bhople etc. Chauhan Vansh existed since 1067.
DODIYA ::  Its branch of  Chauhan clan based in and around Multan in Punjab (now in Pakistan) during 12th and 13th centuries, when they built a fort near Multan by the name of Rohtash Garh. In the 14th century the Dodiyas migrated to Gujarat and established their kingdom around Girnar Juna Gadh. The first King of this state was Phul Singh Dodiya, followed by Rawat Soor Singh Ji, Rawat Chandr Bhan Singh Ji, Rawat Krashn Ji, Rawat Chalot Ji and Rawat Arjun Das Ji. A small number of the Dodiya migrated to Mewar accompanying the Raj Mata of Mewar as an escort. The Dodiyas proved their valour in various battles in the service of Mewar, including the Battle of Haldi Ghati and were rewarded with the jagir of Lava (later called Sardar Garh).
BHAAL :: It belong to Garh Mukteshwar, Buland Shar, Siyana, Aligarh and many parts of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. There are 62 villages in Garh Mukteshwar and Siyana Tehseel. In these villages various Gotr of Rajput & Chauhans are lived and married in different Gotr of Rajput clans. Rajput Gotr of this area called Chauhan and this palace was called Chauhan Puri. The Gotr are mostly Vats Gahlot, Bhaal, Kachhawaha, Kamlaksh, Bhati Parihar Tomar and many more.
(3.5). HADA :: King Manik Lal was from Hada Vansh. Ram Dev-famous king was from this lineage. Hada Kshatriy Vansh is also popularly known as Hadouti (-हाडौती). 
Gotr-Vats, Devi-Asha Puri, Guru-Vashishth, Ved-Sam Ved.
States :: Bundi, Kota. Hada Rani-a brave queen was married in this clan.
Branches :: Udawat, Devra, Devre, Jaetawat, Chandrawat.
(3.6). SONGIR :: King Kirti Pal, Samar Singh, Uday Singh, Samant Singh, Kanh Dev, Mal Dev belongs to this Vansh. The fort of Jalor was captured by this Vansh. The mother of Maha Rana Pratap was from this Vansh.
Gotr-Vats, Kul Devi-Chandi., Ved-Sam Ved.
Branch :: Bhadoria. Songir Kshatriy is a branch of Chauhan Kshatriy.
(3.7). BAGHEL (Baaghela) :: This Vansh derived its name from their ancestor Vyaghr Dev (-व्याघ्र देव). 
Gotr-Bhardwaj & Kashyap, Ved-Yajur Ved, Devi-Maa Kali. 
State :: Mandavy, Pandu, Potha Pur, Naya Garh, Ran Pur etc. This is a branch of Solanki. Branch of Baghel Kshatriy is Pawar.
(3.8). BHADORIA   :: Gotr etc. are the same as that of Chauhan Kshatriy. They ruled on Bhadawar and hence named as Bhadoria. This is a branch of Songar.
(3.9). BACHGOTI CHAUHAN :: They derived misspelled name from Vats Gotr and called themselves as Bachgoti Kshatriy. Raj Kunwar and Raj Wad are their branches.
(3.10). KHINCHI KSHATRIY :: 
Gotr-Vats and Gautom, Ved-Sam Ved, Kul Devi- Maa Bhagwati.
Kings ::  Bhagwat Rai, Gugal Singh and Jai Singh were from this Vansh with. Khinchi Pur was their capital.  This is a branch of Chauhan Kshatriy.
(3.11). DOGRA KSHATRIY :: They are the natives of Kashmir.
Gotr-Kashyap.
States :: Jammu, Balia.
Individual clans :: Rathod Chauhan, Deora Chauhan, Hada Chauhan, Khichi Chauhan, Songar Chauhan, Bhati, Kachhwaha, Katoch, Shekhawat, Sisodia, Tanwar, Parmar, Barad Parmar, Umath Parmar, Jadeja, Solanki, Jadon, Chandel, Bad Gujjar, Gaur, Baghela, Jhala, Gautam, Wadiyar, Chudasama, Chavda.
CHAVDA :: It ruled  northern Gujarat from 746 to 942.
Gotr-Vashishth, Kul Devi-Chamunda Mata, Ved-Yajur Ved, Isht Devi-Chandika.
JANUJ HINDU SHAHI (964-1026 AD) :: This dynasty ruled parts of Afghanistan and Punjab. Jay Pal was its first Rajput king who succeeded the last Brahman king Bhim Dev. Its last king Bhim Pal died in 1024.
Bad Gurjar dynasty of Rajor Garh: Conquered Dhudhar in 9000 BC, Rajor remained its capital till declined in 10th century.
Gahad Wal of Kannauj: This Rajput dynasty ruled the kingdom of Kannauj for around a hundred years, beginning in the late 11th century.
Chand dynasty of Kumaon: Ruled much of Uttarakhand.














क्षत्रिय वंश :: 
दस रवि से दस चन्द्र से बारह ऋषिज प्रमाण; चार हुतासन सों भये कुल छत्तिस वंश प्रमाण। 
भौमवंश से धाकरे टांक नाग उनमान; चौहानी चौबीस बंटि कुल बासठ वंश प्रमाण॥ 
दस सूर्य वंशीय क्षत्रिय दस चन्द्र वंशीय,बारह ऋषि वंशी एवं चार अग्नि वंशीय कुल छत्तिस क्षत्रिय वंशों का प्रमाण है,बाद में भौमवंश नागवंश क्षत्रियों को सामने करने के बाद जब चौहान वंश चौबीस अलग अलग वंशों में जाने लगा तब क्षत्रियों के बासठ अंशों का पमाण मिलता है।

सूर्य वंश की दस शाखायें :-(1). कछवाह, (2). राठौड, (3). बडगूजर, (4). सिकरवार, (5). सिसोदिया, (6). गहलोत, (7). गौर. (8). गहलबार, (9). रेकबार और (10). जुनने .




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