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Saare Jahan Se Acha Hindustaan Hamara

सारे जहाँ से अच्छा  हिंदुस्तान हमारा

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Jab Is Dharti Par Rajput Aaya

जब इस धरती  आया

रात चौंधाई, दिन घबरायाजब इस धरती पर राजपूत आया !!

धरती भी डोली, आई सूरज पर भी छाया
जब इस धरती पर राजपूत आया !!

पहाडो को झुकाया, मौत को भी तड़पाया
जब इस धरती पर राजपूत आया !!

शौर्य को जगाया
शौर्य को लड़ाया
शौर्य को हराया
जब इस धरती पर राजपूत आया !!

दुश्मन घबराया
दुश्मन को हराया
दुश्मन के किले की नींव को हिलाया
जब इस धरती पर राजपूत आया !!

समाज को प्रकाश दिखाया
समाज को बचाया
समाज को न्याय दिलाया
जब इस धरती पर राजपूत आया !!

धरती पर एक समानता को फैलाया
आर्यव्रत की शान को बढाया
तलवारों के स्तंभों से प्यार का पुल बनाया
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औरत को समाज में मान दिलाया
कमजोर भी मजबूत हालत में आया
जब इस धरती पर राजपूत आया !!

अग्नि को लोगो ने ठंडा पाया
समंदर को भी लोगो ने जमता पाया
जब इस धरती पर राजपूत आया

दुश्मन की आँखों में आया डर का साया
शेर भी उस दहाड़ से घबराया
जब इस धरती पर राजपूत आया !!

इनके क्रोध को न जगाना
इनके धैर्य को न डगाना
क्योंकि तब- तब प्रिलय आई है
जब- जब इस धरती पर राजपूत आया

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Rajput (from Sanskritraja-putra, "son of a king") is a member of one of the patrilineal clans of western, central, northern India and current eastern Pakistan. They rose to prominence during the 7th to 12th centuries. Until the 20th century, Rajputs ruled in the "overwhelming majority" of the princely states of Rajasthan and Surashtra, where the largest number of princely states were found. The Rajput population and the former Rajput states are found spread through much of the subcontinent, particularly in north, west and central India. Populations are found in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Jammu, Punjab, Sindh,Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar.

The origin of Rajputs is the subject of debate. Writers such as M. S. Naravane and V. P. Malik believe that the term was not used to designate a particular tribe or social group until the 6th century AD, as there is no mention of the term in the historical record as pertaining to a s…

Maharaja Jaswant Singh of Marwar

Maharaja Jaswant Singh of Marwar
Maharaja Jaswant Singh (26 December 1629 - 28 December 1678) was a ruler of Marwar in the present-day Indian state of Rajasthan. He was a Rajput belonging to the Rathore clan. His father was Maharaja Gaj Singh I. He was a distinguished man of letters and author of "Siddhant-bodh", "Anand Vilas" and "Bhasa-bhusan"
Reign:6 May 1638 - 28 November 1678Coronation:25 May 1638Born:26 December 1629Birthplace:Jodhpur, Rajasthan, IndiaDied:28 December 1678Predecessor:Maharaja Gaj Singh ISuccessor:Maharaja Ajit SinghIssue:Prithviraj Singh, Ajit Singh and othersRoyal House:RathoreFather:Maharaja Gaj Singh IMother:Maharani Pratap DeviJaswant Singh succeeded his father on his death by special decree of the Emperor Shah Jahan, in accordance with his father's wishes, on 6 May 1638. He was invested by Imperial authority and granted the parganas of Jodhpur, Sivano, Merto, Sojhat, Phalodhi andPokaran (Satalmer) in jagir. He was installed on…


Hieun Tsang described a kingdom in Rajasthan which he calls Ku-cha-lo (or Gurjara) largely because the whole of the marwar area of rajasthan was more or less identified with the Gurjars, as early as the 6th or 7th century. The Gurjara Pratihara established a kingdom in Marwar in the 6th century, with a capital at Mandore, 9 km from present-day Jodhpur. The ruined city of Osian or Ossian, 65 km from Jodhpur, was an important religious centre of the Pratihara period. The royal Rathore family of Jodhpur claim descent from the famous Rashtrakuta dynasty. On the fall of the Rashtrakuta dynasty they migrated north to Kannauj in Uttar Pradesh.
The Jodhpur state was founded in the 13th century by the Rathore] clan of Rajputs, who claim descent from theGahadvala kings of Kannauj. After the sacking of Kannauj by Muhammad of Ghor in 1194, and its capture by the Delhi Sultanate in the early 13th century, the Rathores fled west. The Rathore family chronicles relate that Siyaji, gra…




Mewar/Mewad (मेवाड़), is a region of south-central Rajasthan state in western India. It includes the present-day districts of Bhilwara,Chittorgarh, Rajsamand, Udaipur and some parts of Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh and Harayana. The region was for centuries a Rajput kingdom, the Mewar Kingdom or Udaipur Kingdom, that later became a princely state under theBritish. It was originally called Medhpaat and Lord Shiva (Ekling Nath) is called The King of Mewar. So Shiva is also called Medhpateshwar (Lord of Medhpaat). Over time, Medhpath became Mewar. The Mewar region it includes lies between the Aravali Range to the northwest, Ajmer to the north, Gujarat and the Vagad region of Rajasthan to the south, the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh state to the southeast and the Hadoti region of Rajasthan to the east.

GeographyThe northern part of Mewar is a gently sloping plain, drained by the Bedach and Banas River and its tributaries, which empty northwest into the Chambal River, a t…