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HATHWA (Zamindari)
VILLAGES: REVENUE: ACCESSION:
LOCATION: Bihar (Saran Dist.) DYNASTY: Bhumihar Brahmin RELIGION: Hindu

PRESENT RULER: Maharaja Bahadur Sri MRIGENDRA PRATAP SAHI, present


Maharaja of Hathwa
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: The Maharaja of Hathwa, belongs to a
Baghochhia Brahmin family, that claims to have been settled as Rajas in the district
of Saran for over a hundred generations. Rulers were...

86 Maharaja KALYAN MAL, he was a fearless and able commander, and


Padshah Akbar sent him with 5000 foot and 100 horse to check the growing
revolt and declaration of independence in Eastern Bihar, he succeeded and was
entrusted him with the responsibility of the entire administration of the
conquered area and he was granted the title of Maharaja around 1565; he
established the village of Kalyanpur about 41 kilometres to the west of the
modern Gopalganj (district Siwan) and there he built a big fort; after the
death of Akbar, the Mughal administration became weak and Eastern Bihar
again rebelled; married and had issue.
Maharaja KSHEM KARAN Sahi Bahadur (qv)
Babu Van Mal Sahi, died sp .

87. Maharaja KSHEM KARAN Sahi Bahadur [Isham Karan Sahi], brave like
his father, he accompanied him in several battles and after his succession he
was commanded by Padshah Jahangir to subdue the revolt in which he
succeeded; for this he was granted the title of Bahadur Shahi and was awarded
the emblem of Mahe Maratile, the Raja built an extensive and strong fort at
Hussepur about 13 kilometres from Kalyanpur and made it his capital; married
and had issue.
Maharaja BHUPATI Sahi Bahadur (qv)
Babu Bikram Sahi
Babu Shah Mal Sahi
Babu Mansinha Sahi
Babu Harkrishna Sahi

88. Maharaja BHUPATI Sahi Bahadur, said to be a man of religious


temperament; married and had issue.
Maharaja SANGRAM Sahi Bahadur (qv)
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89. Maharaja SANGRAM Sahi Bahadur, he was an able administrater and a


man of high military capability; married and had issue.
Maharaja RUDRA Sahi Bahadur (qv)
Babu Chattar Sahi
Babu Sujjan Sahi
Babu Sundar Sahi, married and had issue, descendants at Sikatin.

90. Maharaja RUDRA Sahi Bahadur, married and had issue.


Maharaja GUNDURHA Sahi Bahadur [aka Hamir Sahi Bahadur] (qv)
Maharaja NRIPATI Sahi Bahadur [aka Tribhuvan Sahi Bahadur] (qv)
Babu Gambhir Sahi
Babu Sumer Sahi

91. Maharaja GUNDURHA Sahi Bahadur, died sp.

92. Maharaja NRIPATI Sahi Bahadur, married and had issue.


Maharaja HALDHAR Sahi Bahadur (qv)
Babu Narayan Sahi, married and had issue.
Babu Harihar Sahi, married and had issue.
Babu Tripta Sahi, married and had issue.
Babu Shiva Prasad Sahi

93. Maharaja HALDHAR Sahi Bahadur, married and had issue.


Maharaja HARGOVINDA Sahi Bahadur (qv)
Maharaja JUVARAJ Sahi Bahadur (qv)
Babu Bhudhar Sahi, died sp .
Maharaja KURTAL Sahi Bahadur (qv)

94. Maharaja HARGOVINDA Sahi Bahadur, died sp.

95. Maharaja JUVARAJ Sahi Bahadur, during his reign he seized Sipah
pargana from an Afghan chief, who had made himself semi independent in North
Bihar; married and had issue.
Maharaja CHETT Sahi Bahadur (qv)
Babu Brajraj Sahi, died vpsp .
Babu Barijar Sahi, died vpsp.

96. Maharaja CHETT Sahi Bahadur, died sp.

97. Maharaja KURTAL Sahi Bahadur, married and had issue.


Maharaja SARDAR Sahi Bahadur (qv)
Babu Inderjit Sahi, married and had issue.
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Babu Basant Sahi, he assisted the Government in trying to arrest


Fateh Sahi, but in 1775, he was surprised by the rebel and killed;
married and had issue. He died 4th May 1775.
Babu Mohesh Dutt Sahi [Mahes Datt Sahi], he followed in his
fathers footsteps, and the Goverment was about to proclaim
him the rightful successor of the rebel Fateh Sahi when he
died, leaving a son; married and had issue.
Maharaja CHATTARDHARI Sahi Bahadur (qv)
Babu Ishwar Prasad Sahi

98. Maharaja SARDAR Sahi Bahadur, Raja of Hussepur, he was an able soldier
and military commander; he took part in several battles during his youth and
co-operated with Nawab Ali Verdi Khan on a number of occasions; he fought
with and defeated Majhauli Raj, and destroyed their garh or fort, and imposed
as terms of peace on the Raja of Majhauli, the condition that he and his
descendants were not to display their nishans and dunkas; married and had
issue.
Maharajkumar Sarvardarman Sahi, married and had issue. He died vp.
Babu Rossan Sahi, died vpsp.
Maharaja FATEH Sahi Bahadur (qv)

99. Maharaja FATEH Sahi Bahadur, he inherited the bravery and courage of
his father and co-operated with Mir Qasim who continued to get his military
assistance from Monghyr up to Buxar in Bihar, in his struggles against the
Mughal Emperor; he opposed the Dewani powers gained by the British over
Bengal, Bihar and Orissa by virtue of the Treaty of Allahabad in 1765; he
joined forces with the Raja of Bettiah in opposing the British until they
reached a compromise with Bettiah, whereupon he continued alone; the East
India Company promised his cousin, Babu Basant Sahi the throne if he would
apprehend or kill him, but he killed his cousin at Yadavpur in 1775; he later
established Tamkuhi State about 109 kilometres from Hussepur, north-east of
present day Deoria within the Kingdom of Oudh; seeing the growing influence
and power of the E.I.C., Maharaja Fateh Sahi changed his tatctics and around
1790, he ceased his rebellious ways and handed the administration of the state
to his sons, he left home and became Sanyasi; married and had issue.
Babu Arimardan Sahi, died sp.
Babu Dalmardan Sahi, married and had issue.
Raja DILIP Sahi (of Tamkuhi?), died sp.
Babu Sumeshwar Sahi, married and had issue.
Babu Jangajit Sahi, died sp.
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Babu Samant Sahi


Babu Ranbahadur Sahi, married and had issue.
Raja PRITHVIPAL Sahi of Tamkuhi (qv)
Babu Dalthumban Sahi

100. Maharaja CHATTARDHARI Sahi Bahadur, he was granted the estates of


Fateh Sahi in the Decennia1 Settlement of 1790 by Lord Cornwallis after
inquiring into all the facts and the usages of the family; he was granted the
title of Maharaja Bahadur in 1837; he rendered most valuable services to the
Government at the time of the Santal insurrection, and again during the Mutiny
of 1857, and was rewarded with the grant of a portion of the confiscated
estates of the rebel Raja of Jagdishpur, Kunwar Singh; married the daughter
of Raja Ganga Prasad of Sheohar, and had issue. He died 1858 at an advanced
age.
Maharajkumar Ramsahai Sahi, married and had issue. He died vp.
Babu Devaraj Sahi
Babu Ugrapratap Sahi, married and had issue, he waived his
succession rights in favour of his son, married and had issue.
Maharaja RAJENDRA PRATAP Sahi Bahadur (qv)
Kumar Prithvipal Sahi, married and had issue.
Babu Tilakdhari Sahi, married and had issue.
Babu Narendra Pratap Sahi, married and had issue.
Babu Shiva Pratap Sahi
Babu Deoki Nandan Pratap Sahi
Babu Bir Pratap Sahi
Kumari (name unknown), married and had issue.
Kumari (name unknown), married and had issue.
Lt.Col. HH Maharaja Shri Sir PRABHU NARAYAN SINGH Bahadur of
Benares.

101. Maharaja RAJENDRA PRATAP Sahi Bahadur -/1871, he was granted the
title of Maharaja Bahadur in October 1858; married and had issue. He died
July 1871.
Maharaja Sir KRISHAN PRATAP Sahi Bahadur (qv)

102. Maharaja Sir KRISHNA PRATAP SAHI Bahadur 1871/1896, born in


October 1857, educated privately under the direction of the Court of Wards,
he succeeded his father in 1871, though administration of the state was under
the Court of Wards until he attained his majority in 1874, and was duly
installed on 31st August of that same year at a Durbar during which he also

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was granted the title of Maharaja Bahadur and a Medal of Distinction at the
Imperial Durbar in Delhi in 1877; he was created a Knight Commander of the
Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire in 1889; married and had issue. He
died 20th October 1896, after a painful and lingering illness of six months.
Maharajkumar Shiva Pratap Sahi, died vpsp.
Maharaja Guru MAHADEV ASHRAM PRASAD Sahi Bahadur (qv)
Maharajkumari (name unknown), born 1895.

103. Maharaja GURU MAHADEV ASHRAM PRASAD Sahi Bahadur 1896/-,


born 19th July 1893, married and had issue. He died after 1946.

Maharaja Bahadur Sri GOPESHWAR PRASAD SAHI, married Maharani


Durgeshwari Devi, and had issue.
Maharaja Bahadur Mrigendra Pratap Sahi (qv)
Maharaj Kumar Brajeshwar Prasad Sahi

Maharaja Bahadur Sri MRIGENDRA PRATAP SAHI (see above)

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