RAWA RAJPUT DELHI

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History of Rawa Rajput

The Rawa  Rajputs ruled Delhi from 736 to 1192, their first emperor  being Anangpal Dev Tanwar (736-754). Initially Anagpur was the Tanwar (736-754), but Anangpal Dev Tanwar the Second (1051–1081) relocated it to Dhillikapuri near Yoginipur and Mahipalpur. The last Tanwar emperor, Tejpal Dev Tanwar Diveetiy (1192-1192), was overthrown by Kutubudin Ahabhek in 1192.

In 1009, the Tirtya Rajput Sangh was formed by Jaipal Dev Tanwar with the help of other Rajput clans and Chatriya  kingdoms. This army, the Rajput Waahini Dal th,or Rawad or Rawa, supported by Kumarpal Dev Tanwar (1021–1051), was built to fight Mahmood Gajani. The Rajputs who constituted this army became known as Rawa Rajputs.[

Clans and Sub-Clans of Rawa Rajputs

Surya Vans                Surya Vans               Chandra Vans                 Chandra Vans           Agni Vans                     Agni Vans
Gehlot Kul                   Kushwaha Ku  l          Tamwar Kul                       Yadu Kul                     Chauhan Kul                  Parmar/Panwar Kul &
                                                                                                                                                                                        Chouhan Kul
Gotra Vashpayan        Gotra Manav or          Gotra Vyas                       Gotra Atri                    Gotra Vats or                 Gotra Vashisth
                                    Manu                                                                                                     Vakchhas or Khari

Branches-                   Branches -                  Branches-                        Branches-                   Branches-                      Branches-
Gehlote,  Ahead  or    Kushwaha, Deshwal,   Dherver,      Zinwar,         Yadu,         Patlaan,    Chauhan,   Khari   or      Sanchora              (Chauhan),
Ahaadiya, Aahar or     Koshak,      Karkach   Kaktiya,    Laakiyan,         Khariya or Indoriya,    Khar,         Chanchal,     Sonigara,   Hadas,      Deoras,
Aahari,      Baliyan,                                         Laakhe         Tibbel,        Chokar or Chochar,    Kataria  or   Katariya,      Kheech's, Bhadurias, Parmar,
Dhakyan                                                         Mogha and Huchak         Mahiya                       Budhiyan,   Badhiyan,      Panwar,   Tondak, Vashisthan,
                                                                                                                                                  Garud      or    Graid,      Ujjlayan,   Dhahriya,  Udhiyan
                                                                                                                                                  Kanhaida or Kaanhad,    or Udiyan, Kiranpal, Bhateda.
                                                                                                                                                  Dhariya,       Dhaiwal,
                                                                                                                                                 Gangiyan, Sahchraan
                                                                                                                                                 or Sachraan, Makal or
                                                                                                                                                 or  Makad  or  Bhakad
                                                                                                                                                 or Bakad.