Academic journal article Pakistan Historical Society. Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society

Tadhkirat Al-Umara'

Academic journal article Pakistan Historical Society. Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society

Tadhkirat Al-Umara'

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Harf Kàf Gäf (k,g)

Kshù Dâs Râthor

Known as Karamsî s/o Jaimal Maratiyah:

In the reign of Akbar he was honoured with a sih sad (300 dhät) mansab. His daughter became known (for her marriage with) Sultan Salim. She gave birth to Bahär Bäno in the 35th year.

He was exalted with one hazârï (1000 dhät) mansab in the reign of Jahängir.

In the 1st year Shähjahäni he was honoured with an increase of pän sadï (500 dhät) in his mansab.

He died manly in the 3rd year (Shähjahäni reign) in a military engagement with the rebel Khän-i Jahän Lodi in the Deccan.1

Keshü Das Maro Râthor Maratiyah

In the reign of Akbar he was exalted with a do sadï (200 dhät) mansab.

He got an increase of do hazârï (2000 dhät) mansab in the reign of Jahängir. In the 12th year he had held a jâgïr in the parganah Jälot an appendage of the sübah Mälwa since the time of Akbar. In the 13th year he came to the Deccan and was pleased on receiving further awrads.2

Kishan Singh Râthor

The s/o Räjah Uday Singh Râthor alias Motah Räjah:

Had a mansab.

In the 2nd year of Jahängir he was honoured with one hazârï (1000 dhät mansab). In the 3rd year he captured 3000 persons and himself was wounded for which he was further honoured with do hazârï (2000 dhät) mansab. Next he was honoured with the sih hazârï (3000 dhät) mansab.

He was killed in the 10th year in an internecine family conflict with the wakïl (agent) of Räjah Süraj Singh, his elder brother.3 [f.95]

Karam Chand

The s/o Räjah Jagan Näth Kachhwähah:

Had a mansab.

In the 4th year of Jahangir he was honoured with a mansab of do hazârï (2000 dhät) wa hazär wa pän sad (1500 sawär) and was posted with Sultan Parvez in the Deccan.4

Khcloji Bhonslah

One of the servants of Nizäm al-Mulk, the marzubän (ruler) of the Deccan:

In the 1st year of Shähjahän, on an application from Khän-i Zamän Amän Allah, the nä'ib näzim (deputy governor) in the Deccan on behalf of his father, he was honoured with a mansab of panj hazârï (5000) dhät wa sawär. In the 13th year he was punished for his ingratitude.5

Gokal Das Sisudiyah

In the 2nd year Shähjahäni he was honoured while serving in the Deccan with a nuh sadï (900 dhät) mansab. In the 8th year he was posted with Prince 'Älamgir. In the 11th year he earned one hazârï (1000 dhät) mansab. In the 14th year he was posted with Prince Muräd Bakhsh. In the 15th year he went with Därä Shikoh to Qandahär. In the 16th year came to the hudür (imperial court). In the 19th year he was posted in the campaign of Balkh and Badakhshän. In the 20th year for his efforts (there) he earned an increase of pän sadï (500 dhät) in his mansab. In the 22nd year he was again posted to Balkh and Badakhshän. In the 29th year he had an increase (in his mansab) as per the desire of his heart.6

Kirpä Räm Gaur

In the reign of Shähjahän he had a haft sadï (700 dhät) mansab.

In the 5th year of 'Älamgir he was posted as the fawjdär of Hisär Ferozah. In the 8th year he was posted with Syed Khän-i Jahän Bärahah. In the 14th year he was posted with Prince Muräd and for his efforts there he earned an increase of one sadï (100 dhät). In the 19th year in the campaign of Balkh and in the 22nd year in the campaign of Qandahär he made efforts.7

Güjar Gwâliori

In the reign of Shähjahän he was honoured with a mansab.

In the 8th year in the campaign of Srinagar he died manly with his companions.8

Girdhar Das

The s/o Räjah Gopäl Däs Gaur:

(He) had a mansab in the beginning of Shähjahän's reign.

In the 8th year 'Âlamgïrï he was honoured with pan sadi (500 dhät) mansab. In the 19th year he held the charge of the fort of Jhänsi, one of the forts of Bundelkhand. In the 19th year he got one hazârï (1000 dhät) mansab and in the 20th year was given the charge of the fort of Akbaräbäd (Agra) along with Bäql Khän due to the transfer of Räjah Prithi Räj Räthor. …

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