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राजपुत (Rajputs)


Rajput (Hindiराजपूत) is a member of one of the patrilineal clans of western, central, northern India and in some parts of Pakistan. Rajputs are descendants of one of the major ruling warrior classes in the Indian subcontinent, particularly North India. Although much of GujaratSaurashtra,Rajasthan and Northwest India have presented significant source for their rise, colonization, back-and-forth migration and dominance across the sub-continent from Mahabharata and Vedic period. Especially the timeline between Maurya Empire to Gupta Empire along with Kshatrapas empires inSurashtra and post destruction of Vallabhi, from where emigration and settlements took place across the Rajputana and along with Rajputana it prevailed again far up the northern India and Himalayas. Rajputs - Kshatriya retained the hold across Rajputana and Kannauj empires until succeeding invasions and dominance of Mughals.
After evenly distributed Rajput divisions in SaurashtraGujarat, and Rajasthan, current-day Uttar Pradesh is also a home to most of the Rajputs, although demographically the Rajput population and the former Rajput states are found spread through much the subcontinent, particularly in north, west and central India. Populations are found in RajasthanGujarat and SaurashtraUttar PradeshHimachal PradeshHaryanaJammuPunjabUttarakhandMadhya PradeshBiharMaharashtra.



LIST OF RAJPUTS

Historical figures

  1. Maharana Pratap of Mewar, a 16th century Rajput ruler and great warrior. The Mughal emperor Akbar sent many missions against him. He survived to ultimately gain control of all of Mewar, excluding Chittorgarh Fort.
  2. Banda Bahadur : Sikh Minhas Rajput warrior against the Mughal Empire
  3. Bappa Rawal: First Gehlot king at Chitrakut(Chittor),who defeated Arabs after their capture of sindh
  4. Gogaji : Chauhan Rajput and Local deity of Rajasthan.
  5. Vachra Dada : a Solanki Rajput and folk deity of Gujarat.
  6. Maharaja Ganga Singh
  7. Harsha Vardhana
  8. Maharaja Jaswant Singh
  9. Jai Singh Prabhakar Bahadur Ruler of princly state of Alwar
  10. Maharana Pratap
  11. Maharao Shardul Singh Ruler of Jhunjhunu
  12. Mira Bai
  13. Pabuji Rathore (Local deity of Rajasthan)
  14. Prithviraj Chauhan : King of Ajmer
  15. Rai Bhoe Bhatti : Founer of Nankana Sahib
  16. Rai Bular Bhatti : Son of Rai Bhoe Bhatti and heir to his estate of over 100,000 acres (400 square km) of land in modern day Nankana Sahib District.
  17. Raja Bhagwant Das :  King of Amber Rajasthan
  18. Ram Singh Pathania : Hero of revolts against British
  19. Rana Kumbha : Ruler at Chittor in 15th century
  20. Rana Sanga : Ruler of Mewar
  21. Rana Udai Singh II : Founder of Udaipur
  22. Rao Bika : Founded Bikaner
  23. Rao Jodha: Founded city of Jodhpur
  24. Rao Maldeo Rathore : Ruler of marwar 15 A.D.
  25. Rao Shekha, King of Amarsar
  26. Rawal Ratan Singh, Husband of Rani Padimini, Sisodiya ruler of Chittor (13 a.d.)
  27. Sangat Singh Minhas
  28. Vanraj Chavda, Ruler of the Chavda Dynasty in Gujarat.
  29. Veer Kunwar Singh
  30. Jai Singh II, Founder and King of Jaipur
  31. Jai Singh I, King of Amber
  32. Raja Amar Singh Rathore
  33. Raja Man Singh I of Amber, King of Amber, Rajasthan. General of Akbar
  34. Raja Pajawan or Pajjun, King of Amber
  35. Raja Drig Narayan Singh Ruler of Tulsipur who died as a Martyr during First War of Independence in 1857 AD
  36. Capt.Raghuvir singh,INA,Freedom Fighter from Teharki(Sardhana),Meerut(UP).
Politicians of India
  1. Pratibha Patil is the 12th and current President of India and first woman to hold the office
  2. Arjun Singh Former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh,Former Cabinet Minister,Government of India,a dedicated Congressman and Rajput leader from Madhya Pradesh.
  3. Dr. Karan Singh M.P Rajya Sabha and heir-apparent to the then ruler of the state of Jammu and Kashmir Maharaja Hari Singh, in the royal family of Jammu and Kashmir. He received the Padma Vibhushan in 2005.
  4. Dr. Raman Singh is the Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh
  5. Thakur Sanjay Singh Rajput leader from Uttar Pradesh,belongs to the Royal family of Amethi
  6. Pratibha Patil, President of India
  7. Arjun Singh, Senior Congress Leader.Former Minister for Human Resource and Development
  8. Dr. Karan Singh, Senior Congress Leader and 1st Governor of Jammu and Kashmir
  9. Digvijay Singh, Former Chief Minister under Madhya Pradesh, General Secretary of the Congress Party
  10. Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, 11th Vice President of India. Also served Three times Chief Minister Of Rajasthan from BJP party.
  11. Rajnath Singh, former National President of BJP
  12. Thakur Sanjay Singh M.P from Sultanpur U.P and secretry A.I.C.C.
  13. Vishwanath Pratap Singh, The 10th Prime Minister of India. Former Finance Minister of India, also Served as Chief Minister Of Uttar Pradesh.
  14. Chandra Shekhar, The 11th Prime Minister of India. Led Samajwadi Janata Party (Rashtriya)
  15. Deep Narayan Singh, 2nd Chief Minister of Bihar
  16. Dr.Anugrah Narayan Singh,Member Constituent Assembly of India & 1st Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar
  17. Madhav Singh Solanki, Former Chief Minister of Gujrat
  18. Jagdambika Pal, Former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and Member of Parliament
  19. Chandrashekhar Singh, Former Chief Minister of Bihar
  20. Yashwantrao Chavan, The 5th Deputy Prime Minister of India. 1st CM of Maharashtra
  21. Madhuri Singh, Former Member of Parliament from Purnea Bihar
  22. Thakur Jugal Kishore Sinha, Member of 1st Lok-Sabha
  23. Satyendra Narayan Singh,Rajput Chieftain,Member of Provisional Parliament,Member of 1st Lok-Sabha & Former Chief Minister of Bihar
  24. Ram Dulari Sinha, Former Union Minister and Former Governor of Kerela
  25. Madhurendra Kumar Singh, Senior leader of Bihar Congress (Member A.I.C.C ) , prominent student leader( N.S.U.I )during his Patna University days
  26. Raghubansh Prasad Singh M.P from Vaishali Bihar and former cabinet minister.
  27. Bharat Singh Solanki, Minister, Government of India
  28. Kishori Sinha,Freedom fighter & 1st woman Member of Parliament (LS) from Vaishalli Parliamentary Constituency in Bihar
  29. Virbhadra Singh, Former Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh from Indian National Congress and current Union Cabinet Minister
  30. Harikesh Bahadur, Senior Congress leader
  31. Nikhil Kumar, current Governor of Nagaland
  32. Tapeshwar Singh, Former Member of Parliament from arrah Bihar
  33. Raman Singh, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh from BJP party
  34. Rajiv Pratap Rudy, Former Union Minister.
  35. Bhanwar Jitendra Singh, Secretary A.I.C.C, Member of Parliament from Alwar Rajasthan
  36. Jagdanand Singh, Member of Parliament from Buxar Bihar
  37. Umashanker singh,Member of Parliament from Maharajganj Bihar
  38. Prabhunath Singh, Former Member of Parliament from Maharajganj Bihar
  39. Gayatri Devi, former Maharani of Jaipur
  40. Jaswant Singh, Leader of opposition, Rajya Sabha and Former Finance Minister of India
  41. N. K. Singh, former Revenue Secretary of India & Member of Parliament(Rajya Sabha)
  42. Mrigendra Kumar Singh, Youth Congress Leader from Bihar
  43. Sushil Kumar Singh (politician), Member of Parliament from Aurangabad Bihar
  44. Bhakt Darshan, Former Union Minister Govt. of India
  45. Dharam Singh, Former Chief Minister of Karnataka
  46. Prem Kumar Dhumal, Chief Minister of Himachal Pardesh
  47. Bhagat Singh Koshiyari, Former Chief Minister
  48. Digvijay Singh, former railway minister
  49. Harish Rawat, PCC Chief, Uttarakhand
  50. Maharaja Karni Singh, Rajasthan Leader[2]
  51. Tan Singh
  52. Rameshwar Prasad Sinha Freedom fighter,Member of Constituent Assembly of India
  53. Dilip Singh Judeo, Former Indian Minister of State for Environment and Forests
  54. Shankersinh Vaghela, Former Chief Minister of Gujrat , Current Union Minister or Textile
  55. Nareshchandra Singh, Former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh from Indian National Congress
  56. Kalikesh Singh Deo, Member of Parliament from Saintala Constituency
  57. Kalyan Singh Kalvi
  58. Shyama Singh, First woman Member of Parliament (LS) from Aurangabad
  59. Amar Singh, Member of Parliament Rajya sabha
  60. Uday Singh,Member of Parliament from Purnea Bihar.
  61. Chhavi Rajawat,Female Sarpanch of Soda, Rajasthan, described as changing face of Rajasthan by Times of India.
Armed forces of India
  1. Gabar Singh Negi, awarded the Victoria Cross
  2. Darwan Singh Negi, awarded the Victoria Cross
  3. Admiral Vijai Singh Shekhawat, Chief of the Naval Staff
  4. Admiral Madhvendra Singh, Chief of the Naval Staff
  5. Lieutenant General Kanwar Bahadur Singh, MBE, GoC-in-C, Central Command, Governor, Himachal Pradesh
  6. Brigadier Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh, MVC, Maharaja of Jaipur
  7. Lieutenant General Thakur Nathu Singh Rathore, former GoC-in-C, Eastern Army Command
  8. General Vijay Kumar Singh, Chief of the Army Staff
  9. Company Havildar Major Piru Singh, awarded Param Veer Chakra posthumously for gallantry of highest order, during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947
  10. Colonel Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, AVSM, Olympian
  11. Lieutenant General Hanut Singh, Strategician
  12. Major Shaitan Singh, awarded the Param Vir Chakra, the highest gallantry award posthumously during the 1962 Indo-China war.[3]
  13. Gurbachan Singh Salaria, awarded the Param Vir Chakra
  14. Lieutenant General Sagat Singh
  15. Kartar Singh Taunque, first soldier of the Indian Air Force to win a gallantry award
  16. Uday Singh Taunque, first Indian American to die in Operation Iraqi Freedom
  17. Karni Singh Rathore
  18. Saurabh Singh Shekhawat
  19. Rajendrasinhji Jadeja, first Chief of Army Staff
  20. Shah Nawaz Khan Janjua, Indian soldier with the Indian National Army
  21. Raja Sakhi Daler Khan, Kashmiri soldier with the Indian National Army
  22. Col. Rana Jodha Jung Bahadur, Commander-in-Chief Tripura State Forces, KCIO 1st King's Commissioned Officer
Politicians of Pakistan
  1. Allama Mashriqi, Founder of the Khaksar Tehrik
  2. Malik Feroz Khan Noon, Former Prime Minister of Pakistan
  3. Mian Mumtaz Daultana, Former Chief Minister of Punjab
  4. Allah Bux Soomro, Former Chief Minister of Sindh
  5. Rana Nazeer Ahmed Khan
  6. Arbab Raheem, Former Chief Minister of Sindh
  7. Raja Mummtaz Hussain Rathore, Former Prime Minister of AJK
  8. Raja Muhammad Zulqarnain Khan, Former President of AJK
  9. Sardar Sikandar Hayat Khan, Former Prime Minister of AJK
  10. Raja Farooq Haider Khan, Former Prime Minister of AJK
  11. Raja Saroop Khan, Former Governor of Punjab
  12. Tikka Khan, Former Governor of Punjab
  13. Muhammad Mian Soomro, Chairman Senate of Pakistan
  14. Raja Muhammed Sarfraz Khan, a member of Pakistan Movement.
  15. Raja Ghazanfar Ali Khan Khokhar, one of Pakistan's first Federal Ministers
  16. Farzana Raja, Secretary of Punjab Pakistan Peoples Party
  17. Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, Minister for Water and Power of Pakistan
  18. Rana Tanveer Hussain, Former Minister of Defence Production
  19. Rana Mohammad Hanif Khan, Finance Minister of Pakistan
  20. Rai Bashir Ahmad Khan Bhatti Former MLA 1951, MNA 1960 and 1993 (Nankana)
  21. Rao Sikandar Iqbal, Defence Minister of Pakistan
  22. Rahim Bux Soomro
  23. Nisar Ali Khan, Opposition leader in the National Assembly
  24. Amir Gulistan Janjua, Former Governor of the North-West Frontier Province
  25. Riaz Khokhar, Former Foreign Secretary of Pakistan
  26. Raja Anwar, Former minister, journalist and writer
  27. Raja Nadir Pervez, Politician, former federal minister and former Army officer
  28. M. Nawaz Khokhar, Former Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan.
  29. Rana Phool Muhammad Khan
  30. Rana Muhammad Iqbal Khan, Speaker Punjab Assembly −2008
  31. Tehmina Janjua, Deputy Permanent Representative in United Nations.
  32. Tehmina Daultana, Minister for Science and Technology of Pakistan
  33. Rana Khudadad Khan, Former President of Pakistan Muslim League (Punjab)
  34. Rana Nazeer Ahmed Khan
  35. Dr.Iqbal Ahmed Rajput,Chairman Awami Rabta Party(Pakistan)
  36. Rao Rahat Ali Khan. Sec.Information (N.Punjab)Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf
Armed forces of Pakistan
  1. Asif Nawaz, former Chief Of Army Staff of the Pakistan Army
  2. Muhammed Akbar Khan, first Muslim to become a General in the British Indian Army
  3. Raja Saroop Khan, former Governor of Punjab
  4. Iftikhar Khan, first local Commander in Chief of the Pakistan Army
  5. Iftikhar Janjua, most senior Pakistani officer to have been killed in battle during Indo-Pakistani War of 1971
  6. Raja Habib ur Rahman Khan, Secretary of Defense, Government of Pakistan
  7. Amir Gulistan Janjua, former Governor of the North-West Frontier Province
  8. Rao Qamar Suleman, [[Chief of Air Staff (Pakistan)|Chief of Air Staff
  9. Khudadad Khan, Victoria Cross recipient
Sports
  1. Jeev Milkha Singh is the first Indian golfer to become a member of the European Tour. He is the highest ranked Indian golfer in the world and first broke into the top 100 in October 2006.
  2. Mahendra Singh Dhoni,Indian Cricket Captain & Famous Cricket World Cup 2011 Winning Team Captain . -- a Rawat Rajput .
  3. Raj Singh Dungarpur, former President of BCCI
  4. Ravindra Jadeja, cricketer playing for the Rajasthan Royals in Indian Premier League
  5. Wasim Raja, Pakistani Cricketer
  6. Chetan Chauhan, Indian Cricketer
  7. Rameez Raja , Pakistani Cricketer
  8. Vikram Solanki, British - Indian-Born Cricketer
  9. R. P. Singh, Indian Cricketer (Bowler)
  10. Rana Naved-ul-Hasan, Pakistani Cricketer
  11. Rajesh Chauhan, Indian cricketer
  12. Sajid Mahmood Janjua, Pakistani Cricketer
  13. Rao Iftikhar Anjum, Pakistani Cricketer
  14. Kumar Shri Ranjitsinhji, Indian Test cricketer
  15. Azmat Rana, Pakistani Cricketer
  16. Shakoor Rana, Pakistani Cricketer
  17. Hanumant Singh, Indian Test cricketer
  18. Kumar Shri Duleepsinhji, Indian Test cricketer
  19. Majid Haq, Pakistani Cricketer
  20. Ajay Jadeja, Indian cricketer and commentator
  21. Jaspal Rana, Indian sport shooter
  22. Omer Hussain, Pakistani cricketer
  23. Saqlain Mushtaq, Pakistani Cricketer
  24. Rajyashree Kumari, sport shooter[4]
  25. Dhyan "Chand" Singh, *Jaspal Rana,Shooter
  26. Deepak Thakur, field hockey player
  27. Devesh Chauhan, field hockey player
  28. Roop Singh, field hockey player
  29. Vivek Singh, hockey player
  30. K D Singh Babu,field hockey player
  31. Divya Singh, basketball
  32. Prashanti Singh, basketball, Captain of silver medalist national team in Asian Indoor Games 2009
  33. Akanksha Singh, basketball
  34. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, Olympic silver medalist
  35. Parimarjan Negi, chess grandmaster
  36. Lokendra Singh, Indian polo team captain
  37. Milkha Singh, athlete
  38. Jeev Milkha Singh, golfer
  39. Vishal Singh, polo player
  40. Saurabh Singh Shekhawat, mountaineer
  41. Jaspal Rana,Shooter
  42. The Great Khali,Wrestler
Art, culture and cinema
  1. Preity Zinta
  2. Kunwar Amar, famous hip-hop & bollywood style dancer.
  3. Diwakar Pundir, model
  4. Harssh Rajput, actor
  5. Kiran Rathod, actress
  6. Rajeev Singh, model
  7. Preity Zinta, actress
  8. Sonal Chauhan, Miss India
  9. Sunidhi Chauhan, singer
  10. Kangna Ranaut, actress
  11. Mohit Chauhan. singer (Silk Route lead vocalist)
  12. Chitra Mudgal, Renowned writer
  13. Lashmi Kumari Chundawat, author and politician of Rajasthan
  14. Inayat Hussain Bhatti, artist
  15. Arunoday Singh, actor
  16. Sushant Singh Rajput, actor
  17. Chandrachur Singh, actor
  18. Chandrakant Singh, director
  19. Vishakha Singh , actress
  20. Ram Gopal (dancer) , British dancer
  21. Asutosh rana , actor

1 टिप्पणी:

parmar ने कहा…

Banda Bahadur was parmar rajput not minhash ,minhash is branch of kachwaha,in many sites someone has mentioned him as minhash which is incorrect