Saturday, November 7, 2015

SUN DYNASTY सूर्य वंश

 SUN DYNASTY सूर्य वंश
CONCEPTS & EXTRACTS IN HINDUISM By :: Pt. Santosh Bhardwaj  
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मनु व शतरूपा :: वे दोनों सृष्टि के प्रथम मानव थे। इन्हीं से मानव जाति का आरंभ हुआ। मनु का जन्म भगवान ब्रह्मा जी के मन से हुआ था। मनु का उल्लेख ऋग्वेद और वैदिक संहिताओं में मानव सृष्टि के आदि प्रवर्तक और समस्त मानव जाति के आदि पुरुष  के रूप में हुआ है। मनु का विवाह ब्रह्मा जी के दाहिने भाग से उत्पन्न शतरूपा से हुआ था। मनु एक धर्म शास्त्रकार भी थे।धर्मग्रंथों के बाद धर्माचरण की शिक्षा देने के लिये आदि पुरुष स्वायंभुव  मनु ने स्मृति की रचना की जो मनु स्मृति के नाम से विख्यात है। उत्तान पाद जिनके घर में ध्रुव पैदा हुए, इन्हीं के पुत्र थे। मनु स्वायंभुव के ज्येष्ठ पुत्र प्रियव्रत को पृथ्वी का प्रथम क्षत्रिय माना जाता है। इनके द्वारा प्रणीत स्वायंभुव शास्त्र के अनुसार पिता की संपत्ति में पुत्र और पुत्री का समान अधिकार है। इनको धर्मशास्त्र का और प्राचेतस मनु अर्थशास्त्र का आचार्य माना जाता है। मनुस्मृति ने सनातन धर्म को आचार संहिता से जोड़ा था।
The humans currently live in the Kalp (-aeon) of the white boar (-Shwet Varah Kalp), a part of the Kali Yug. The 14 Manus of the current aeon are :- Swayambhu, Swarochis, Uttam, Tamas, Raewat, Caksus, Vaevaswat (-the current Manu), Savarni, Daksh Savarni, Brahm Sarvani, Dharm Sarvani, Rudr Sarvani, Dev Sarvani. Indr Sarvani. 
Bhagwan Brahma-the creator, after detaching himself from the property of anger, in the form of Rudr,  divided his body into two forms called Swayambhu Manu, the male segment (Born-on-his-Own) who was born with the Kaya-body of his father Brahma (Ka-Brahma, Ya-form) and Shat Rupa-the female counter part, for the purpose of evolution of species, who could produce by virtue of sexual intercourse. Shat Rupa means the hundred beautiful form. She was the first woman created by Bhagwan Brahma. Shat Rupa was known by different names including Saraswati, Sandhya or Brahmani. 
Brahma Ji followed her wherever she went. To avoid Brahma Ji following her, Shat Rupa moved in various directions. In whichever direction she went, Brahma Ji developed another head until he had four, one for each direction of the compass. Shat Rupa tried every way to stay out of Brahma's gaze. However a fifth head appeared and this is how Brahma Ji developed five heads. At this moment Bhagwan Shiv came and cut off the top head of Brahma Ji as it is misdeed and incestuous of Brahma Ji to become obsessed with her, as Shat Rupa was her daughter. Bhagwan Shiv gave the mandate not to  worship Brahma Ji for his offence. Bhagwan Shiv got the title Kapalik from that day.Since then Brahma Ji has been reciting the four Veds, one from every mouth in remorse. 
Bhagwan Brahma created 10 Prajapatis, one of whom was Marichi. Kashyap was the son of Marichi and Kala. Kashyap is regarded as the father of humanity. His sons from Aditi-the sky demigoddess, and the daughter of Daksh Prajapati are called Aditys (-Sons of Aditi), they were, Ansh, Aryman, Bhag, Dhuti, Mitr, Pusan, Sakr, Savitṛ, Tvastr, Varun, Vishnu and Vaevaswat or Vivaswan.
Vivaswan or Vaevaswat (-one of the sons of Bhagwan Sury-Sun), the Sun God, progenitor of the clan. His parents were the sage Kashyap, father of all beings, and Aditi, Aditi’s 12 sons, the Aditys, are the sun deities and both Vivaswan and Adity mean Sun. Therefore another name for Vivaswan is Sury or the Sun. Vaevaswat means master of the rays, another name for the Sun God. His sons include Shraddh Dev and Shanishchar. 
The beginning of Ikshwaku Dynasty. Vivaswan Manu (wife-Shraddha).
(1). VAEVASWAT MANU: Vaevaswat Manu was the 7th Manu of the present Kalp. Also known as the Sraddh Dev Manu. Being the son of Vaevaswat  (-Bhagwan Sury-Sun), he is also known as Vaevaswat Manu.  He is the first human ruler and the most honest one. Hence he is also called as Saty Vrat as well. Since all Men are from Manu, they are called Manav. He was the founder of the Sun dynasty. He established his capital at Ayodhya. He had nine sons, Ven, Dhrashnu, Narishyan, Nabhag, Ikshvaku, Karush, Saryati, Prashadhru, Nabhag Risht and one daughter, Ila, who was married to Buddh the son of Chandr Dev from Tara, wife of Dev Guru Vrahspati-progenitor of Lunar-Chandr dynasty. He left the kingdom to the eldest male of the next generation, Ikshvaku, who was actually the son of Manu’s brother Shraddh Dev. This was the first Dynasty of Bharat Varsh. The Kingdom ruled by Manu in the current world parlance stretched from Madagascar & East Africa covering most of South Asia and Australia. The works by King Manu are Manav Grah Sutr, Manav Sulabh Sutr, and Manav Dharm Shastr. The Manu Smrati is the first book of Law. 
MANU & MATSAY AVTAR: Once when King Manu was performing rituals on the banks of the river, a small fish came up to him and asked him to save it from a bigger fish. The King kept the fish in a jar and took care of it. The fish just kept growing bigger and bigger. King Manu realized that it was not an ordinary fish. The fish spoke to him and informed him about a huge flood that would cover the entire Earth. The King built a huge boat which housed the Sapt Rishis & family, various types of seeds & animals to reproduce on the earth.
(2). IKSHVAKU: The name Ikshvaku means Sugar Cane. He was the son of Manu and the grandson of Vivaswan i.e., Bhagwan Sury-Sun. He is remembered as a righteous and glorious king. This dynasty is also known as Sury Vansh (-the Solar dynasty). he was the first prominent monarch of this dynasty, giving the dynasty its another name the Ikshvaku dynasty. Bhagwan Ram an incarnation of Bhagwan Vishnu was born in this dynasty, later known as Raghu Vansh as well. Twenty two out of the twenty four Jain Tirthankars belonged to this dynasty. He had hundred sons and his eldest, Vikukshi-Shashad became the King of Ayodhya. Shashad appointed Vashishth as his preceptor. He ruled Koushal-Avadh  with Ayodhya as its capital, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, along the banks of river Saryu with Saket. Ikshvaku was the first king who executed the Manu Smrati or religious rules of Hindu living which were composed by his father Manu. Ikshvaku, ruled as Monarch at the beginning of the Treta Yug. He had hundred sons. His estates descended to his eldest son Vikukshi.
Ikshvaku and Bhagwan Rang Nath Ji : Bhagwan Brahma worshiped the Almighty in the form of Shri Rang Nath Ji. A statue-idol of Bhagwan Rang Nath Ji (-replica) was given to King Ikshvaku to worship and he brought this to his capital, Ayodhya. Eventually Bhagwan Ram worshiped Shri Rang Nath Ji. When Vibhishan, the brother of Ravan, came to Ayodhya, he requested permission to take Shri Rang Nath Ji (-replica)to his capital in Lanka to worship. He was allowed to do so, on the condition that if he placed the deity on the ground, he would not be able to move the deity from that spot. Vibhishan agreed and proceeded to carry the deity to Shri Lanka. On his way he had to place the deity on the ground at Shri Rangam, on the bank of the Chandr Pushkarni tank.
Van (contemporary to 2nd Chandr Vanshi King Ayu & Vijay (1)
NIMI: He was the twelfth son of Ikshvaku. He founded the city of Vaejayant and performed a great sacrifice lasting for five thousand years. Vashishth told him to wait as he himself was busy with Indra's sacrifice. So Nimi appointed Gautam as his priest and completed the sacrifice. Vashishth was enraged and cursed Nimi to lose his body. Nimi also cursed Vashishth to lose his body. Vashishth acquired a new body from Varun. Nimi was content in his astral form and wished to see the world through the eyes of his subjects. Since then humans can blink their eyes and the period of time taken to blink an eye is called Nimesh.
MITHI: Son of Nimi. He was born when the sages churned Nimi's lifeless body. Since he was born when Nimi was out of his body (Vi-Without, Deh-Body), Mithi was also called Videh and named the entire country Videh. Mithi renamed the city of Vaejayant into Mithila. Hence Mithi became the direct ancestor of Sita.
(3). KUKSHI & (4). VIKUKSHI: Among the hundred sons of king Ikshvaku, Kukshi was the eldest one. Because he had very broad chest of a warrior, he was called as Kukshi. His son was Vikukshi. Once when King Kukshi was performing a sacrifice, Vikukshi was sent to bring the sacrificial meat. While hunting, Vikukshi was hungry and ended up eating a part of the meat of a rabbit-hare at the time of Shraddh and was known as Shashad . He is said to have eaten the meat of a rabbit-destined for the sacrifice-Shraddh and was known as Shashad. This was an act of sacrilege. On the advice of  Guru Vashishth he was banished from the Kingdom. Bhagwat Puran has mentioned that Vikukshi was the son of Ikshvaku, which is due to the events taking place in two different Manvantars-cosmic eras. (Some records claim him to be grandson of Ikshvaku.)  His son was Kakusth  or Puranjay. 
Vikukshi-Shashad was  contemporary to King Pururava (-पुरुरवा) who was founder of Chandr Vansh).
(5). VAN was contemporary to 2nd Chandr Vanshi King Ayu & Vijay-1.
(6). KAKUSTH-PURANJAYThe son of Vikukshi i.e., Shashad and grandson of Ikshvaku. His real name was Puranjay. Infused with Vishnu's divine prowess, Puranjay defeated all the Demons, Daetys (-दैत्य, giants) and Asurs (-असुर, wretched, sinful), while riding on the shoulders of Indr, who was in the form of a white humped bull.  Since, he annihilated Asurs (-demons or Ahurs i.e., Persians) while sitting on the hump (-Kukud) of a bull, he was known as Kakusth, which means seated on the hump. Since then, his descendants, including Ram and Lakshman are called Kakusths, as well. He was a brave king and fought in the Devasur Sangram. He defeated the demons. He gave all the riches, kingdoms that he obtained to Indr. He is also called as Indrvah since, Indr was his Vahan-carrier. Kakusth. He was also known as Puran Jay or Indr Homi or Indr Vahu which were more or less his titles.He ruled 10,900 years and was contemporary to 2nd Chandr Vanshi King Ayu.
(7). ANARANY: He was a noble and ascended the throne after King Van. Ravan after obtaining the boon from Bhagwan Brahma that he could not be killed by any God, demon, Nag or Yaksh, advanced the heavenly cities. The Devs-demigods knowing about the boon did not fight with him. Ravan was disappointed. He came down to Earth and saw the capital of Ayodhya ruled by Maha Raj Anarany. Anarany refused to run away or give the kingdom to Ravan. A fierce fight ensures. Anarany was wounded and cursed Ravan that one of his decedents would kill him. This curse was the precursor for Bhagwan Ram to be born in the Sun-Ikshvaku dynasty. Anarany was called Anen and or Suyodhan-Sudyumn as well. He was contemporary to 3rd Chandr Vanshi King Nahush 4th Chandr Vanshi King Yayati and demon king Vrash Parv. 
SUDYUMN: Manu was the son of Bhagwan Sury and Sandhya. Manu was married to Shraddha. They organized a Putr Kameshti Yagy under Rishi Vashishth. The queen prayed to get a girl child. Consequently, a girl was born to them. She was named Ila. But the King requested Vashishth to transform her into a boy. Then he was named Sudyumn. One day Sudyumn had gone on a hunting excursion. Riding the horse with his ministers, Sudyumn reached a forest at the foothills of Meru Mountain. The forest was the nuptial abode of Bhagwan Shiv and Mata Parvati. As soon as Sudyumn and his companions entered the forests, they all, even horses, got converted into females. This happened because of an earlier event. Once, Mata Parvati was sitting naked in the lap of Bhagwan Shiv when suddenly some great sages arrived there to have a sight of Bhagwan Shiv. Mata Parvati sank with shyness and ran to don some cloth. When the sages saw that Maa Gauri-Bhagwan Shiv were enjoying intimacy, they moved at once to the hermitage of Nar-Narayan. Right at that moment, in order to please Mata Parvati, Bhagwan Shiv said that any male except him, would turn into a female as soon as he entered the forest. It was because of these words of Bhagwan Shiv, that Sudyumn and his companions were transformed into females. While Sudyumn was roaming as woman, Budh, the son of Chandr, fell in love with her and they agreed to get married. From their marriage, a son, Pururava was born. Sudyumn, as a woman, prayed to Bhagwan Shiv to free him from woman hood. Bhagwan Shiv blessed Sudyumn that he would be a man for a month and a woman for another. Thus this cycle would continue through out his life.. Thereafter, Sudyumn returned to his kingdom and began to rule it religiously. He got three sons in due course, Utkal, Gay and Vimal. In the twilight of his life, Sudyumn gave his kingdom to Pururava and he took exile.
(8). PRATHU महाराज पृथुHe was the son of Ven, killed by the sages for being a man of vices-vicious tendencies, without virtues and morals. Ven was cruel, arrogant, brutal, torturous. His body was churned by the sages and Prathu evolved considered to be an aspect of Bhagwan Shri Hari Vishnu.
His was married to Arci. Armed with scimitars, bows and arrows and well-versed in the science of weapons, he was fully acquainted with the Veds and their branches. Guru Shukrachary became his priest, Garg his astrologer, Bal Khily his counselors and the Saraswats as his companions. Prathu leveled the land for cultivation and human habitation. He cultivated 17 kinds of crops for producing food grains. He gave land to the Sut and the Magadh and made them kings. Prathu planed villages and cities for human habitation.
MILKING THE EARTH IN THE FORM OF A COW: King Prathu is regarded as having the aspects of Bhagwan Shri Hari Vishnu. Once during the reign of King Prathu, there was a scarcity of food (-famine), grains. The citizens came to the King and informed him about the situation. Having arrived at the conclusion that Mother Earth is responsible for the same, he took his bow and arrow and aimed at the Earth. The Earth became afraid and took the form of a cow.  King Prathu chased the Earth wherever she went. Helpless the Earth turned back and addressed the King. She requested him to spare her, and pardon her. She asked him why was he so much anxious to kill a woman?! Prathu said that she had defied his orders and rulings. She has accepted the offerings from the Yagnik without producing the food grain. So she deserved killing.
The Earth said that the seeds were soiled being stocked for  along period of time. they could not germinate. She suggested procedures for procuring the seeds for sowing so that they could germinate and produce food grains. She further asked the king to milk her with the help of suitable calf with the help of suitable milk man.Then everyone milked the Mother Earth to get what they needed. Sages made Vrahaspati a calf and milked the knowledge of Veds, Demigods made Indr a calf and milked the rejuvenating extract called Som. The Asurs, Diti, Gandharv, Apsara, Pitr, Siddh, Vidya Dhar, Kim Purush, Yaksh, Rakshas, all milked the cow. The Mother Earth provided all with what they needed.
ASHW MEDH YAGY BY PRATHU: Prathu performed 99 Ashw Medh Yagy (-horse sacrifices, having defeated the kings each time). Every demigod participated in the Yagy. Completion of 100 Yagy would lead to the dismissal of Indr from the Kingdom of heaven and the 100th Yagy would dethrone Indr. He therefore disguised himself and stole the last horse that had to be sacrificed at the 100th event. Indr while returning in space was seen by Sage Atri. The Sage seeing Indr dressed as a liberated soul, understood the whole situation. Prathu realized Indr's misdeed and chased him to kill, but pardoned him being disguised as a sage and Brahmn by birth. Indr fled the seen leaving behind the horse. Prathu returned with the horse but abandoned the sacrifice, being advised not to complete the 100th Yagy, since he himself was an incarnation of Bhagwan Vishnu along with Indr. 
पृथु एक सूर्य वंशी राजा थे, जो वेन के पुत्र थे। स्वायंभुव मनु के वंशज राजा अंग का विवाह सुनिथा नामक स्त्री से हुआ था। वेन उनका पुत्र हुआ। वह पूरी धरती का एक मात्र राजा था। सिंहासन पर बैठते ही उसने यज्ञ-कर्मादि बंद कर दिये। तब ऋषियों ने मंत्र पूत कुशों से उसे मार डाला, लेकिन सुनिथा ने अपने पुत्र का शव संभाल कर रखा। राजा के अभाव में पृथ्वी पर पाप कर्म बढऩे लगे। तब ब्राह्मणों ने मृत राजा वेन की भुजाओं का मंथन किया, जिसके फलस्वरूप स्त्री-पुरुष का जोड़ा प्रकट हुआ। पुरुष का नाम पृथु तथा स्त्री का नाम अर्चि हुआ। अर्चि पृथु की पत्नी हुई। पृथु पूरी धरती के एक मात्र राजा हुए। पृथु ने ही उबड़-खाबड़ धरती को जोतने योग्य बनाया। नदियों, पर्वतों, झरनों आदि का निर्माण किया। राजा पृथु के नाम से ही इस धरा का नाम पृथ्वी पड़ा।
(9). VISHW RANDHRI: Vishw Gandhi or Vishvamshah was contemporary to 5th Chandr Vanshi King Yadu, Puru, Suhotr.
(10). CHANDR: He was referred to as Ayu in Agni Puran or Indu in Matsy Puran or Adra in Vishnu Puran.
(11). YUV NASHV (I):
(12). SHASHWAT: He built the town of Shravasti near Kousal. He is referred to as Shravant of Vishnu Puran, Hari Vansh Puran, Agni Puran.
(13). VRAHADASHV:
(14). KUV LASHV: He killed a Rakshas named Dhundh. Dhundhar region and the Dhund river are named after Dhund. Eighteen of Kuv Lashv’s sons died in the battle with Dhund. Thereafter, Kuv Lashv was called Dhundhumar. He ruled for many-many thousands of years. He had 21,000 sons.
(15). DRADDHASHV: He is known by the names of KAPILASHV-BHDRASHV and Dand in Agni Puran, Matsy Puran and Chandrashv in Vishnu Puran & Hari Vansh Puran.
(16). PRAMOD:
(17). HARYASHV (I): He is referred to as Pramodak or Vayarshvah in Vishnu Puran.
(18). NIKUMBH:
(19). BAHARNASHV: He has been referred to as Shanhtashv in Agni Puran, Matsy Puran & Hari Vansh Puran.
(20). GIRITASHV: 
(21). KRASHASHV: He was referred to as Akrutashv in Agni Puran &  Matsy Puran.
(22). PRASEN JIT (I) – His daughter Renuka was married to sage Jamdagni. She was mother of Bhagwan Parshu Ram.He is referred to as  Seiny Jit or Ranashv in Agni Puran.
(23).YUV NASHV (II): He was married to Gori, daughter of the Chandr Vanshi king Matinar,  who was contemporary to Chandr Vanshi King Gandhar the founder of Gandhar Kingdom, Shakuni was born 95 generation after King Gandhar.
(24). MANDHATA: He was the son of Yuvnashw. He was conceived when his father, Yuvnashw mistakenly drank sacred water and became pregnant. The divine Aswani Kumars (-twins, sons of Bhagwan Sury and doctors of demigods) performed a Cesarean on Yuvnashw and Mandhata was born. After being suckled with divine milk from Indr's hand finger, Mandhata grew up to be a twenty foot tall twelve year boy in twelve days. He acquired the Veds and Celestial weapons by mere thought. Mandhata single handedly conquered the whole world in one day and performed a century of Ashw Medh sacrifices and hundred Raj Suy Yagy and charity. He conquered the three worlds. He satisfied Indr vanquishing him in battle. Mandhata was so powerful that he wielded the Ajagav bow and could control the rains at his will. He had three sons and fifty daughters. Mandhata's daughters fell in love with the extremely handsome sage Sauveer (-सौवीर) and gave him many sons and grandsons. Ravan once challenged Mandhata to a duel and he was about to wield the Pashupashtr on Mandhata when the Rishi Pulatsy stopped and ended the fight. Mandhata was defeated by Ravan. The great king was eventually slain when Lavan, the cousin of Ravan, indiscriminately used the Trident of Bhagwan Shiv and reduced Mandhata and his army to ashes.
He became a famous and Chakrvarti Samrat-ideal universal ruler-emperor-king, by defeating all other other kings of his time. 
(25). PURUKUTS: He performed the Ashw Medh Yagy-horse sacrifice, after defeating all king who tried to obstruct the horse from moving further). He married Nag Kanya Narmada. He helped Nags in their war against the Gandharvs. Hari Tas goutr (-हरितस गौत्र) linage starts from here.
(26). VASUD: 
(27). TRASHYDASHV: Sambhuti in Agni Puran, Vishnu Puran, Agni Puran, Matsy Puran.
(28). SAMBHRUT:  He has been mentioned in Vishnu Puran, Agni Puran and Matsy Puran.
(29). ANARANY (II): He was killed by Ravan, when he cursed Ravan that one day one king of Ikshvaku lineage will kill Ravan & ultimately Bhagwan Shri Ram killed Ravan. Pushdashv in Vishnu Puran.
(30). PUSH DASHV: He is referred to in Vishnu Puran.
(31). HARYASHV (II):
(32). SUMAN: Sudhanava in Hari Vansh Puran, Vasuman.
(33). TRIDHANVA: Vishwamitr was the chief minister in his court. he was contemporary to Bhagwan  Parshu Ram.
(34). TRAYARUNI:
(35). TRIBANDHAN: 
(36). SATY VRAT-TRISHANKU : He had committed three (-tri) sins and hence he got the name Tri Shanku. First, while he was a prince, he misbehaved and was temporarily exiled from the kingdom. Next, he killed the milch cow of his preceptor-Kul Guru Vashishth. His third sin was that he used the un sanctified meat of his kill as food. Tri Shanku also had a desire to ascend to heaven in his mortal body. After Vashishth refused him this boon, since it is against nature to ascend into heaven as a mortal, the sage Vishwamitr, Vashishth’s rival tried to created another heaven for him, while he was kept hanging between earth and heaven, till Vishwamitr was convinced not to create another heaven against the rules of nature. His sons were Dhundumar and Harish Chandr, who was born of the princess of Kaekay named Saty Rakshas.
(38). HARISH CHANDR : He is known for his truthfulness-honesty, truth and devotion to duty or Dharm. He was contemporary to Shahashtr Bahu Kart Veery Arjun. He attained Saty Lok after obtaining Salvation. 
(39). ROHIT-ROHITASHV : He was the son of Harish Chandr. He founded town of Rohtas Garh in Rohtas district, Bihar and Rohtak, originally Rohit Kaul, meaning from the Kul-lineage-family of Rohit-Rohitashv. (Kany Kubj or Kannauj dynasty ended during Rohitashv's reign). Rohit was followed by Harit, Chanchu, Vijay, Ruruk and Vrak. 
(40). HARIT: Haritashv (Contemporary to Chandravanshi King Dushyant)
(41). CHAMP : (Chunchu) (Conntemporary of Chakravarti Samrat Bharata of Chandravansh in line age of Puru)
(42). SUDEV : (Chakshu in Vishnu Puran, Agni Puran)
(43). VIJAY :  (Ramayana was written by Valmiki during reign of this king) (contemporary to Maharshi Bhardwaj)
(44). BHARUK:  (Ruruk in Vishnu Puran, Hari Vansh Puran)
(45). PRATAPENDR.
(46). BRUK.
(47). SUSHANDI. 
(48). BAHUK. 
(49). BHARAT.
(50). BAHU-ASIT: He was attacked and defeated by another clan of Kshatriys. After this, he left Ayodhya and went to the Himalaya mountains to live as an ascetic with his queens. At that time his Yadvi queen was pregnant with Sagar. He is quoted as Kalind in Ramayan.
(51). SAGAR: Ayodhya was once conquered by Mallechh and drove away its ruler, Bahu to the forests. Bahu perished due to old age and his younger queen was pregnant. Jealous, the elder queen, before dying, gave the junior queen poison and delayed the birth by seven years. Through the power of the Sage Aurv of Bhragu's race, the queen gave birth to a baby born with poison in his hand. Hence his name was Sagar (-स गर born with poison). Aurv took Sagar as his disciple and trained him in scriptures and weapons. When Sagar learnt his origins from his mother, he became enraged and nearly exterminated the Ayodhya and recaptured it from the Hehaey and Taljanghi Kshatriys. 
राजा सगर के साठ हजार पुत्रों के जन्म की कथा :सगर की दो रानियां थीं- केशिनी और सुमति। दीर्घकाल तक संतान जन्म न होने पर राजा अपनी दोनों रानियों के साथ हिमालय पर्वत पर जाकर पुत्र कामना से तपस्या करने लगे। तब महर्षि भृगु ने उन्हें वरदान दिया कि एक रानी को साठ हजार अभिमानी पुत्र प्राप्त तथा दूसरी से एक वंशधर पुत्र होगा।
में सुमति ने तूंबी के आकार के एक गर्भ-पिंड को जन्म दिया। राजा उसे फेंक देना चाहते थे किंतु तभी आकाशवाणी हुई कि इस तूंबी में साठ हजार बीज हैं। घी से भरे एक-एक मटके में एक-एक बीज सुरक्षित रखने पर कालांतर में साठ हजार पुत्र प्राप्त होंगे। इसे महादेव का विधान मानकर सगर ने उन्हें वैसे ही सुरक्षित रखा। समय आने पर उन मटकों से साठ हजार पुत्र उत्पन्न हुए। जब राजा सगर ने अश्वमेध यज्ञ किया तो उन्होंने अपने साठ हजार पुत्रों को उस घोड़े की सुरक्षा में नियुक्त किया।
देवराज इंद्र ने उस घोड़े को छलपूर्वक चुराकर कपिल मुनि के आश्रम में बांध दिया। राजा सगर के साठ हजार पुत्र उस घोड़े को ढूंढते-ढूंढते जब कपिल मुनि के आश्रम पहुंचे तो उन्हें लगा कि मुनि ने ही यज्ञ का घोड़ा चुराया है। यह सोचकर उन्होंने कपिल मुनि का अपमान कर दिया। ध्यानमग्न कपिल मुनि ने जैसे ही अपनी आंखें खोली राजा सगर के 60 हजार पुत्र वहीं भस्म हो गए।
He married two wives and acquired 60,001 sons by the grace-boon from Bhagwan Maha Dev, who turned out to be violent and cruel. Sagar performed 99 Ashw Medh Yagy. However, the sacrificial horse for the 100th sacrifice was stolen by Indr-the king of heaven on the south eastern shores of the ocean, which was at that time an empty bed with no water in it.  During the course of their search they caused great destruction by their reckless search. They digged out massive tracts of the earth, which filled with he first ocean (-Sagar) and massacred many people in the process. They were eventually reduced to ashes by  Kapil Muni-incarnation of Bhagwan Vishnu. Only the kind hearted Anshuman, the sole grandson of Sagar who was alone worthy of being king succeeded in pacifying Kapil Muni and brought back the horse. Anshuman's grandson, Bhagirath succeeded in washing those sins of his forefathers. 
(52). ASMANJAS: Sagar’s surviving son was not made king due to his bad conduct. He was contemporary to Chandr Vanshi King Ajameedh who was founder of Panchal Kingdom.
(53). ANSHUMAN: He was the grandson of Sagar and his successor as king. He did penance in an attempt to bring the holy river Ganges to earth, that she might wash away the sins of his ancestors.
(54). DILIP (I): He also tried to bring Ganges to earth, but failed. He died while meditating as an ascetic-Tapaswi. His son Bhagirath continued with ascetic practices till he was successful in bringing Maa Ganga to earth from heaven.
(55). BHAGIRATH: Sagar's great-grandson, after performing strenuous penances for a thousand years, at last succeeded in bringing Ganga down from Heaven. When she flowed over the remains of his ancestors, their souls were redeemed and the ocean was refilled. Ganga bears the name Bhagirathi, in honor of his deed. Bhagirath conquered the world, observed strict vows, performed many prestigious sacrifices and gave so many elephants, horses, chariots, servants, cattle and gold to the Brahmns. For his pious acts, Bhagirath went to the Brahm Lok after his death.
(56). SHRUT. 
(57). KUKUSTH (II).
(58). RAGHU (I).
(59). NABH: mentioned in Matsy Puran & Hari Vansh Puran.
(60). AMBREESH (II): He was a great devotee of Vishnu & was adopted by Yuv Nashv.
(61). AVYUTAU:  (Shrutayu in Agni Puran)
(62). RITU PARN: 
(63). SARV KAM: ( Artu Pani in Hari Vansh Puran)
(64). SUDAS: (contemporary to King Kuru-1 of Chandr Vansh who founded Magadh Kingdom)
(65). SAUDAS:  Kalmash Pad, married to Mad Yanti.
(66). ASMAK.
(67). MULUK: Naari Kavach, Contemporary to Yadav King Shakuni who was father of Rakshas Bhasmasur.
(68). DASH RATH (I)
(69). ADWIL: Ilabil in Vishnu Puran.
(70). VISHVAM SHAH. 
(71). ANARANY (II). 
(72). NIDHN. 
(73). ANIMITR.
(74). DULULAH: Named in Hari Vansh Puran.
(75). KRAS KARM.
(76). DILIP (II): Khatvang in Vishnu Puran & Hari Vansh Puran
(77). DEERGH BAHU: 
(78). RAGHU (II) : He was a famous king, who conquered most of India. The great epic Raghu Vansh describes his victories. After him the Sun dynasty was also known as the dynasty of Raghu as Raghav-Raghu Vansh. He was a legendary king and the great grandfather of Ram. As a youth, Raghu was guarding the sacrificial horse for his father's hundredth Ashw Medh Yagy when Dev Raj  Indr feared that Raghu's father would become more powerful than him upon the completion of the sacrifice. He stealthily stole the horse. Raghu was enraged and the two engaged in a duel, where Raghu thwarted all of Indr's attacks. Indr hurled his Vajr (-thunderbolt) at Raghu and knocked him senseless. Raghu quickly jumped back on to his feet, but Indr had run away out of fear. Raghu's father was proud of his son's valor and crowned him king. Raghu conquered the world and was so powerful, even the demigods feared his prowess in battle.
(79). AJ: Raghu's son, Aj conquered the world when the kings began to rebel against Raghu. Aj acquired a divine spear from a Gandharv which could put entire armies to sleep. He won princess Indumati's hand in marriage at a Swayamvar and defeated all the kings who opposed the union. Aj sired Dash Rath.
(80). DASH RATH: Originally born as Nemi, Dash Rath received his name as his chariot could easily maneuver in all the 10 directions and ascend the sky at will. Dash Rath helped Dev Raj Indr in defeating Ravan and the demons. Ravan had seen him killing lions just by throwing abhimantrit straw.  Dash Rath could hit archery targets just by listening to the sound, but he accidentally slew a poor old, blind Brahman's son named Shravan. Shravan's blind parents cursed Dash Rath that he would die in grief when his son would depart from him. Dash Rath conquered the world and performed Ashw Medh and Putr Kameshthi Yagy. He ruled for more than 60,000 years. He was 60,000 years old when Bhagwan Shri Ram took incarnation as his son. He was contemporary to Videh King Siradwaj-Janak (2) father of Mata Sita.
(81). BHAGWAN SHRI RAM: He was considered the seventh Avatar of Bhagwan Vishnu. He is worshiped by every Hindu. Many Hindus include his name in either their first or last name. Ram acquired celestial weapons from the Brahm Rishi Vishwamitr and slew the Rakshas King Ravan in battle. Ram's story before he became king of Ayodhya is recounted in the Ramayan. After slaying Ravan, Ram acquired a boon of invincibility from Brahma. After he ascended the throne, he performed the Ashw Medh Yagy. Bharat, his younger brother, won the country of the Gandharvs and settled there. Ram's other brother, Shatrughan slew Lavan and founded the kingdom of Mathura. Ram became a powerful World Emperor and performed a hundred Ashw Medh Yagy, many Gomedhs, Agnishtoms, Vajpeys, Atiratrs and a Jaruthy Yagy. He ruled for 11,000 years and his reign was the most perfect one of all time. 
LAV & KUSH: They were the twin sons of Bhagwan Shri Ram and Mata Sita. Lav ruled south Koushal while Kush ruled north Koushal, including Ayodhya. Kush married Nag Kanya Kumuddhati, sister of Kumud. Kush married Nag Kanya Kumuddhati, sister of Kumud.
KUSH TO BRAHAD BAL: Kush He was killed in Devasur Sangram.(Shri Mad Bhagwat Puran), Atithi-son of Kush, (Shri Mad Bhagwat Puran), Nishadh, Nal, Nabhas, Pundreek, Kshem Dhanva, Dewaneek, Ahinagu,  Roop and Rooru, Paripatr, Dal (or Balsthal), Chhal, Ukt, Vajr Nabh, Shankh-Khag, Vighruti-Vyushitashv (II), Vishvasah, Hirany Nabh, Pushy, Dhruv Sandhi, Sudas-Sudarshan, Agni Varn, Shighr, Maru (II), Prasushrut, Susandhi, Amarsh (and Sahasvant) Mahasvan-Vishrutavant-the son of Amarsh, Vishrav Bahu, Prasenjit (I), Takshak, Brahad Bal. 
Bhagwan Shri Ram had two son Lav, Kush. Lav founded Lav Puri (-Lahore) Bharat had two sons Taksh, & Push Kal. Taksh was the founder of Takshshila (-Modern Islamabad) Push Kal was the founder of Pushkal Tirth (-Modern Peshawar) Laxman had two sons Angad & Chitr Ketu. Shatrughan had two sons Subahu & Shrut Sen. The Purans provide a genealogical list from Kush to Brahad Bal, who was killed by Abhimanyu in the Maha Bharat war. [Raghu Vansh]
Brahad Bal was contemporary of Chandr Vanshi King Dhrat Rashtr of Mahabharat. Abhimanyu killed him in Maha Bharat war at the age of 125 years in BC 3138. Starting from Bhagwan Shri Ram to Brahad Bal 35 generation passed in Ikshvaku Vansh during time period of more than 8,64,000 years. So,average life span of Ikshvaku Vanshi Kings in Dwapar Yug was 24,685 years. Dwapar Yug constituted of 9,60,000 years.
BRAHAD BAL TO SUMITR: Brahad Bal, Brahatkshay, Arukshay, Vatsavyuh, Prativyom, Bhanu, Diwakar, Sahdev, Vrahdashw (II), Bhanurath, Pratitashw, Supratik, Marudev, Sunakshatr, Pushkar-Kinnar of Vishnu Puran, Antriksh Sutap-Suwarn of Vishnu Puran, Sumitr, Brahad Raj-Amatr Jit, Rawats, Barhi-Dharmin, Kratanjay, Rananjay, Sanjay.
SHUDDODHAN: Purans and the Buddhist texts mentions Shuddodhan, Gautam Buddha and Rahul as the descendants in the Ikshvaku dynasty. Maha Samant, a descendant  of Ikshvaku was the founder of this dynasty, who was elected by the people as the first elected leader, of the present era. Shuddhodhan became leader of the Shaky Gan Rajy (-democracy, republic) at Kapil Vastu. His son Siddharth Shaky was the founder of Buddhism and came to be known as Gautam Buddh (-the 9th incarnation of Bhagwa Vishnu). Saky-Shuddhodan, Siddharth-Gautom Buddh-mahatma Buddh-9th incarnation of Bhagwan Vishnu, Maha Koshal. 
PRASEN JIT (II): He was a contemporary of Gautam Buddh and King Bimbisar of Magadh. His sister, Koushala Devi, was married to Bimbisar. The city of Kashi (-Varanasi) was given as a dowry to her. After Bimbisar was murdered by his own son Ajat Shatru, Prasen Jit undertook a long series of wars with Ajat Shatru. He also respected Buddh, who was also a Kshatriy from solar dynasty. In Buddhist literature he is addressed as Pasenadi. 
Prasen Jit-Rahul in Vishnu Puran, Kshudrak, Ranak-Kulak, Surath, Sumitr was defeated by Maha Padam Nand.[Purans also provide the list of the kings from Brahad Bal to the last ruler Sumitr. But these lists mention Shaky as an individual and incorporate the names of Shaky, Shuddodhan, Siddharth (-Gautama Buddh) and Rahul between Sanjay and Prasen Jit.] From Brahad Bal to Sumitr-Saumitr 30 generation passed in Ikshwaku Vansh in 2776 years. So, average life span of Ikshwaku Vanshi King in Kali Yug was 93 years.
MAHA BHISH: The king of Ayodhya who performed a thousand Ashw Medh and a hundred Rajsuy Yagy and ascended heaven. He was cursed to be reborn on earth for insolently looking at the goddess Ganga when the winds blew her clothes away, exposing her. Maha Bhish was reborn as Shantnu, King of Hastina Pur. Shantnu married Ganga and sired the mighty Bhishm, the most powerful warrior of all time. Maha Bhish reborn as Shantnu is considered to be an incarnation of Samudr-ocean, who him self is an incarnation of Bhagwan Vishnu. 
MAJOR SURY VANSHI CLANS  & OTHER SUB TITLES :: 
(1). BAD GUJAR :: Gotr-Vashishth, Ved -Yajur Ved, Kul Devi-Kalika.
From the Vansh of Bhagwan Shri Ram Chandr Ji.
Branches-Sikarwar, Khadal, Batela, Raghav, Chopra, Bafna etc.
(2). GYAT :: Tirthankar Mahavir was Rajput Kshatriy and belongs to this Vansh. He later formed Jain Dharm.
(3). GOUR ::  They are descendants of the Pal Raj Put Pal Dynasty which ruled ancient Bengal. Its capital was Lakshmanawati, named after the Pal king Lakshman Pal, under whose patronage the first literary work in Bengali, Geet Govindam, was composed by the Bengali poet Jay Dev (circa 1200 AD). Gaur Zamindars-Land Lords were found in Uttar Pradesh, Madhy Pradesh and Rajasthan.
Gotr-Bhardwaj, Ved-Yajur Ved, Kul Devi-Maha Kali, Isht-Hridr Dev.
Lineage :  Raja Jaydrath  (-जयद्रथ), Sinhadity (-सिंहादित्य) , Laxmanadity (लक्ष्मणादित्य). 
States-Ajmer, Taksh Shila, Awadh, Gohati, Shiv Garh.
Branches-Amethiya Kshatriy. Total 5 branches. Existed since 1290.
(4). RAIK WAR :: Gotr-Bhardwaj, Ved-Yajur Ved.
Lineage : King Suval, Shakuni. 
States-Raik Garh near Jammu, Ram Nagar, Ram Pur, Mathura etc. Named Raik War as they belongs to Raik Garh.
This is a branch of Rathor.
(5). SIKAR WAR :: This is a branch of Bad Gujar. Shikhar Wal & Sakar War are the same.
Gotr-Bhardwaj, Kul Devi-Durga, Devta-Isht- Bhagwan Vishnu.
State-Shikar War (City).  
Branches-Kadoliya, Saras War etc.
(6). DIXIT :: King Durgbhav belongs to this Vansh. Samrat Vikramaditya had given them the title of Dixit as they belongs to Dikhitana. Being from the Vansh of Raja Durgbhav the are called Durg Vanshi as well. King Uday Bhan, Banwari Singh, Gaibar Shah also belongs to this Vansh.
Gotr-Kashyap, Ved-Sam Ved, Devi-Durga (Chandi).
Branches-Durg Vanshi, Kinwar.
States-Nevnatan Garh, Umri, Phulwariya. Dixit surname also comes under Bhumihar caste which is different.
(7). GOHIL ::  Maha Raja Gohil founded a state at the basin of Luni river which includes 350 villages with capital Kher Garh. Grah Datt was the first king from Gohin Vansh. Great king Shiladity also belongs to this Vansh. This Vansh existed from 703.
Gotr-Kashyap, Ved-Yajur Ved., Kul Devi-Banamata, Kul Devta-Maha Dev.
Branches-Vajasniya. 
State-Sourashtr, Kathiawar, Gohilwarh, Bhav Nagar, Sihor, Palitana etc. 
This is a branch of Gahlod.
(8). SURY :: Gotr-Bhardwaj, Kashyap, Savany, Guru-Vashishth, Ved-Yajur Ved, Kul-Sury Vansh.
Kings-Akal Dev, Tilak Dev.
States-Shri Nagar and Garhwal.
(9). SINGHEL :: Gotr-Kashyap, Ved-Yajur Ved, Kul Devi-Kali.
State-Sinhal Garh. Being from Sinhal Garh they are called Singhel.
Branches-Chhokar, Jadeja, Jaiswal, Khagar, Kharbad.
Sub Branch-Jadoun.
(10). THAKUR :: Thakur-Thakurai Kshatriya are Surya Vanshi. Thakur is their Kul also. Sub Caste : Rajput. 
(11). NIMI :: Gotr-Vashishth, Ved-Yajur Ved, Gotr-Kashyap, Ved-Sam Ved.
Hierarchy : This Vansh is named after Nimi, son of Ikshwaku.
Branch-Nimodi.
(12). SISODIYA (Branch of Gahlod) :: It begun from Lav, the elder son of Bhagwan Shri Ram. Rana Vansh began from Sisoda village and were called Sisodiya. This is a third branch of historical Gahlod Rajputs. They were known as the Ranas of Mewar, which was a princely state under the British Raj. The earliest history of the clan claims that they moved from Lahore to Shiv Desh or Chittor in 134 AD. They established themselves as rulers of Mewar in 734 AD, ruling from the fortress of Chittor Garh. They trace their descent from Bappa Rawal (ruled 734–753), eighth ruler of the Guhilot Dynasty. They have same Gotr, Ved, Kul Devi and Isht Dev as for Gahlod Vansh.
This is just like Chunda Wat is a son of Chund, Shakt Wat is a son of Shakti Singh. Wat-means-son. The name of Kul begins with the name of Rajput King. The Rajput king who fought in a battlefield (Ran) has given a title Rana and those who fought bravely were awarded with a title Maha Rana. Rana Wat, Chund Wat, Sang Wat, Megh Wat, Jag Wat, Shakt Wat, Kanh Wat etc are included.
Gotr-Kashyap, Ved-Yajur Ved, Kul Devi-Baneshwari, Kul Dev-Isht-Maha Dev.
Maha Rana Pratap, Chhatr Pati Shiva Ji belongs to Sisodiya Vansh.
State-Uday Pur.
(13). KACHHWAHA :: The Kachhwahas  ruled a number of kingdoms and princely states in India such as Dhundhar, Alwar and Maihar, while the largest and oldest state was Amber, now part of Jaipur. The Maha Raja of Jaipur is regarded as the head of the extended Kachhwaha clan. There are approximately 71 sub-clans of the Kachhwaha, including the Rajawat, Shekhawat, Sheobramhpota, Naruk, Nathawat, Khangarot, and Kumbhani. They claim descent from Kush, the younger of the twin sons of Bhagwan Shri Ram. The Kachhwaha clan ruled in Jaipur right up until modern times. The last ruling Maha Raja of Jaipur was Sawai Man Singh (II) of Jaipur (1917–1970). Shortly after India's independence in 1948, Sawai Man Singh peacefully acceded the state of Jaipur to the Government of India. He then was appointed the first Raj Pramukh of Rajasthan. Prithviraj belongs to this Vansh.
Gotr-Gautam, Vashishth, Kul Devi-Durga, Isht-Bhagwan Shri Ram.
21 branches-Narwar, Gwalior, Drawakund, Majkotiya, Jasrotiya, Jammuwal, Dhar etc.
Sub-branches-Shekha Wat, Dudha Wat, Ratna Wat, Raja Wat, Baka Wat, Pahadi Sury Vanshi, Naruk, Jamuwal, Gudwar, Rai Malot, Mounas Kaushik, Manhas, Minhas etc.
State-Rohtas Garh, Amer, Jaipur, Amethi, Karmati, Fort of Gwalior.
Hierarchy-Sumitr, Sury Sen, Sawai Jai Singh etc.
Their state existed from 1503 to (Sawai Jai Singh) 1930. 
(14). RATHORE ::  Its a major Rajput clan which originally descended from the Gahadval Dynasty in Kannauj in Uttar Pradesh. At the time of the end of the British Raj in 1947 they were rulers in 14 different princely states in Marwar, Jangladesh, Rajasthan and Madhy Pradesh. The largest and oldest among these was Jodhpur, in Marwar and Bikaner. The Maha Raja of Jodhpur is regarded as the head of the extended Rathore clan of Hindu Rajputs. In 1820, the Rathore clan had 24 branches, including the Barmera, Bika, Boola, Champawat, Dangi, Jaitawat, Jaitmallot, Jodha, Khabaria, Khokhar, Kotaria, Kumpawat, Mahecha, Mertiya, Pokharan, Mohania, Mop, Rand, Sagawat, Sihamalot, Sund, Udawat, Vanar and Vikramayat. Kings belongs to this Vansh were Raav Bika (14650, King Jai Chand, Veer Durga Das Rathor, Veer Amar Singh Rathor etc.
Gotr-Gautam, Kashyap, Shandily; Ved-Sam Ved, Yajur Ved, Kul Devi-Nagnechiy, Isht-Shri Ram.
States-Idar, Jodhpur, Marwad, Bikaner, Kishan Garh, Kannouj.
Sub titles : Chanda Wat,  Jaita Wat, Jhabua, Kumpa Wat, Kail Warh, Raik Warh, Sur Warh, Jayas, Kanoujia, Bika Wat, Dangi, Kotecha, Kupa Wat, Jodha Wat etc.
(15). NIKUMBH :: Gotr-Vashishth, Bhardwaj, Ved-Yajur Ved, Kul Devi-Kalika. Nikumbh, Sagar, Bhagirath etc. were the kings from this Vansh.
States-Mandal Garh, Fort of Alwar etc.
Branch-Kathariya.
(16). SHRINET :: This is a branch of Nikumbh. Kings from this Vansh are Dirgh Bahu, Bahu Suket, Shakun Dev etc. Narouni Kshatriya is one of its branch. Being originated from Shri Nagar they are called Shrinet.
Gotr-Bhardwaj, Ved-Sam Ved, Kul Devi-Chandrika.
State-Kapilvastu, Shri Nagar etc.
(17). NAG VANSH ::  They ruled large parts of the country at different times. They spread throughout India during the period of the epic Mahabharat. They might have distant ancestry with East Asians based on their similar physical features. Anant Nag near Kashmir seems to be the original abode of all of them. The worshippers of Nag were supposedly known as Nag. Some Nair and Bunt clans claims to be of Nag Vanshi origin. The trace of Nag Vanshi can be find out in Chhota Nagpur i.e., Jharkhand where Rai community and Shahdeo community are also Nag Vanshi Rajput. Ashw Sen, Ritu Sen belong to this Vansh.
Gotr-Kashyap, Shaunak, Isht Dev-Nag Devta. 
State-Mathura, Marwad, Kashmir, Chhota Nagpur.
Branches-Taank, Katoch, Takshak etc.
(18). BAIS :: Being originated from Bais Wada they are called Bais. First king from this Vansh was Harsh Vardhan. Other kings are Trilok Chand, Vikram Chand, Kartik Chand, Ram Chandr, Adhar Chandr, Nar Vardhan, Rajy Vardhan etc. The Bais Rajput, (also known as Bhains Rajput in certain regions), are a powerful and ancient Rajput clan composed of the wealthy, warriors, entrepreneurs, and Zamindar (-land Lords owners). They claim descent from Lakshman Ji, brother of Bhagwan Shri Ram.The Bais Rajput are renowned as warriors with the ability to maintain dominion over their empires. Their reputation was earned by their kings and landowners that ruled over northern India for and held vast tracts of land for the clan. Princely states of the Bais were Oudh Avadh, Lukhnow and Sial Kot. Lukhnow got its name from Lakshman Ji.
Gotr-Bhardwaj, Ved-Yajur Ved, Kul Devi-Kalika, Isht-Bhagwa Shiv.
States-Bais Wada, Pratishthan Pur etc.
Branches-Trilok Chandi, Kotbahar, Rawat, Pratishthan Puri, Dodiya, Chandosiya, Kumbhi, Narwariya etc. 
(19). BISEN :: Kings from this Vansh are Mayur Bhatt, Beer Sen. Vansh Bisen obtained its name from Raja Beer Sen. 
Gotr-Parashar, Bhardwaj, Shandily, Atri, Vatsy, Ved-Sam Ved, Kul Devi-Durga.
Branches-Don War, Bamb War, Bamtola.
States-Bisen Vatika, Gorakh Pur, Manak Pur, Pratap Garh.
(20). GAUTOM :: Gautam Buddh was born in this Vansh, then after he founded Bouddh Dharm. Maha Purush Dhum Raj also belongs to this Vansh.
Gotr-Gautam, Ved-Yajur Ved, Devi-Durga, Isht Dev-Bhagwan Shri Ram. This is the Vansh which destroyed Shaky Dynasty.
Branches-Kand War, Antoyya, Rabat, Maury, Goniha.
Bhoomi Har community also has a sub title Gautam which is different.
(21). RAGHU VANSHI :: This is named after Sury Vanshi King Raghu who was born in the 54th generation of King Ikshwaku. Raja Raghu was a great warrior, he conquered in all the directions and when he returned to his capital he performed Vishwajeet Yagy and donated all his wealth to the Brahmns. He defeated Kings of Suhadr Desh, Bang Desh, Basins of Ganga river. He marched towards north by defeating the kings of Durdul and Malay mountains. He destroyed the Hoon Kshatriys and expanded his regime up to Kailash. 
Gotr-Kashyap, Vashishth, Ved-Yajur Ved.
(22). RAWAT :: Vethhar is their place of origin. This is a branch of Bais and is  a branch of Gautam.
Gotr-Bhardwaj, Ved-Yajur Ved, Kul Devi-Chandika.
(23). PUNDIR :: Purandar literally meaning the destroyer of forts. The Pundir Rajputs hold riyasat-governance of small towns, small  in Nahan, Garhwal, Nagaur and Saharanpur where their Kul Devis are situated. Their shakha is Koolwal and their Kul Devis are Shakambari Devi in Saharanpur and Rajasthan along with Punyakshini Devi in Garhwal with their Gotr being Pulasty and Parashar. In the Haridwar region of Uttar Pradesh, where they are most prominent today, over 1,440 villages are claimed by Pundir Rajputs with high concentrations in the districts of Dehradun, Saharanpur, Muzaffarnagar, Aligarh and Etawah. The Pundir clan has its origins with Raja Pundarik, the fourth king in line after Kush. Pundarik is revered as a Rishi and his temple is situated in Katheugi village of the Kullu district in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The Rishi is depicted as a white Nag who was born out of an earthen pot. Kush, the second son of Bhagwan Shri Ram, is said to have be the progenitor of the Pundirs.
Gotr-Pulutsy, Ved-Yajur Ved, Kul Devi-Dahima. Pundir is Hrishi Vanshi, a branch of Dahima. Lahore was their state. Being from the Vansh of Punchrik they called Pundir. Their ancestors ruled Telangana (Andhra) and their territory was Jasmor. The world famous Shakambari Devi fair is organised in this state. This temple is situated in the terrains of Shivalik Temple. Veer Pundir was the first king from this Vansh. This Vansh was very popular during the regime of Prithviraj Chauhan.
Branches-Kulwal, Kanpuriya and Dhakad.
(24). CHHATTAR :: The most respected and highly distinguished amongst all the Raj Put clans as a Raj Put can not be a Kshatriy if not a Chhattari. The mother caste of Sury Vanshi Rajputs which originated from Rajputana in Rajasthan. However, there are many Gotr and sub castes in other major dynasties which emerged from the Chhattari lineage. Chhattaris belong to the military (-Marshal castes) and ruling order of the traditional Vedic-Hindu social system as outlined by the Veds.

Gotr-Gautam, Kul Devi-Jamwai Mata, Isht-Bhagwan Shri Ram Chandr.
(25). MINHAS :: In Rajputana, their closest cousins are the Kachhwaha and Bargujar Rajputs of Jaipur. Bhagwan Shri Ram is their Kul  Devta-family deity. Specifically, they claim descent from Kush-younger of the twin sons of Bhagwan Shri Ram.
(26).PAKHRAL ::  Its is a sub clan of Minhas Rajput. Pakhral Rajputs are the most dynamic rulers in the history of sub-continent and they deserve for holding the distinction of being the hero of sub-continent. The founders of the city and state of Jammu and its rulers from ancient times to 1948 C.E. Ancestors of Pakhral Rajputs are mostly Hindus. In early 18th and 19th century mostly Pakhral Rajputs embraced Islam and moved from Jaipur and Rajasthan (India) to Kashmir and Pakistan. Punjab specially the area of Potohar and Azad Jammu Kashmir is the origin of Pakhral Rajputs. Mir Pur Azad Jammu Kashmir and the Rawalpindi District mostly named as the area of Potohar is very famous as the area of Pakhral Rajputs. Raja is mostly used as a title in Pakhral Rajputs which is derived from the word Rajput.
(27). PATIAL-KAUNDAL :: Its a Rajput clan of Chhattari lineage in North India that claims solar origin by direct descent from Bhagwan Shri Ram Chandr of Raghav dynasty. Their traditional areas of residence are Rajputana, Tri Gart Kingdom (the modern Jalandhar District), i.e. the areas of residence are mainly in the Indian states of Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. They are a branch of Sisodiya Rajputs of Rajputana who moved out of Mewar during the reign of Rana Amar Singh as he accepted the Mughal Supremacy of Jehan Gir and settled in Eastern Hills. 
(28). NARU :: The Narus of Hoshiar Pur District claim that their ancestor was a Sury Vanshi Rajput of Muttra, named Nipal Chand and descended from Shri Ram Chand. He was converted in the time of Mahmud of Ghazni and took the name of Naru Shah. Naru Shah settled at Mau in Jalandhar, Whence his son, Ratan Pal, founded Phillaur hence founded the four Naru Parganas of Haryana, Bajwara, Sham Chaurasi and Ghorewaha in Hoshiar Pur and that of Bahram in Jullunder. The chief men of these Parganas are still called Rai or Rana. 
Other Sury Vanshi Kul :: Amethiya from Amethi, Gohil, Kaktiya, Udmatiya, Madiyar, Chumiyal, Kulwal, Donwar, Dhakar, Maury, Kakan, Shangu Vanshi, Bambobar, Chol Vanshi, Dogra, Lichchhawi etc. 

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