Saturday, January 7, 2012

KALCHRI, KALWAR, JAYASWAL VAISHYA HISTORY - कालचुरी, कलवार, जायसवाल वैश्य समाज का इतिहास


Kalchuri Empire (Sanskrit and Kannada: ಕಲಚೂರಿ) is this the name used by two kingdoms who had a succession of dynasties from the 10th-12th centuries, one ruling over areas in Central India (west Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan) and were called Chedi or Haihaya(Heyheya) (northern branch) and the other southern Kalachuri who ruled over parts of Karnataka. They are supposed to be offshoot of Abhira of Traikutakasdynasty.The earliest known Kalachuri family (AD 550–620) ruled over northern Maharashtra, Malwa and western Deccan. Their capital was Mahismati situated in the Narmada river valley. There were three prominent members; Krishnaraja, Shankaragana and Buddharaja. They distributed coins and epigraphs around this area.

Southern Kalchuris (Kannada: ದಕ್ಷಿಣ ಕಲಚೂರಿ) (1130–1184) at their peak ruled parts of the Deccanextending over regions of present day North Karnatakaand parts of Maharashtra. This dynasty rose to power in the Deccan between 1156 and 1181 AD. They traced their origins to Krishna who was the conqueror of Kalinjar and Dahala in Madhya Pradesh. It is said that Bijjala a viceroy of this dynasty established the authority over Karnataka. He wrested power from theChalukya king Taila III. Bijjala was succeeded by his sons Someshwara and Sangama but after 1181 AD, the Chalukyas gradually retrieved the territory. Their rule was a short and turbulent and yet very important from a the socio-religious movement point of view; a new sect called the Lingayat or Virashaiva sect was founded during these times. A unique and purely native form of Kannada literature-poetry called the Vachanas was also born during this time. The writers of Vachanas were called Vachanakaras (poets). Many other important works like Virupaksha Pandita’s Chennabasavapurana, Dharani Pandita’s Bijjalarayacharite and Chandrasagara Varni’s Bijjalarayapurana were also written.

Northern Kalchuris ruled in central India with its base at the ancient city of Tripuri (Tewar); it originated in the 8th century, expanded significantly in the 11th century, and declined in the 12th–13th centuries.

कलवार वैश्य जाति  के कुल एवं गोत्र 

No.
Caste
No.
Caste
No.
Caste
1
जायसवाल
51
माहे
101
दिवरार
2
कर्णवाल
52
चीरदोर
102
चौरया
3
खण्डेलवाल
53
चौरङे
103
जैन
4
कलचुरी
54
रठौर
104
कलचुरे
5
कलाल
55
ङहरवाल
105
वालया
6
कलार
56
चोवहार
106
सोमती
7
चौकसे
57
चौधरी
107
मोहवे
8
शिवहरे
58
कनौजिया
108
सुहाका
9
राय
59
सौलंकी
109
कटवार
10
शौडिक
60
खरीदहा
110
टाक
11
अहलुवालिया
61
हाङा
111
भट्टी
12
जैसलोरी
62
धनेश्वरी
112
हरवङा
13
जायसीजेनम
63
डंडवाल
113
सुखया
14
शांडिल्य
64
तोण्डयान
114
सिंहात
15
ब्रह्मपूरे
65
थ्रेप्ठी
115
कवाल
16
ओमर
66
कासेश
116
तलवार
17
कलचूरे
67
करूइया
117
सिंहात
18
चन्द्रावत
68
टिक्कीवाल
118
पसीने
19
टांक
69
दण्डसेनी
119
पुरवया
20
रिग्बीवाल
70
शिरियारू
120
पोठे
21
तोमर
71
तितकवारा
121
ज्वालर
22
बाथम
72
टोंक
122
सूगा
23
चौहान
73
डहरिया
123
भोरिया
24
मुखारिया
74
तामङा
124
सिन्हा
25
माथुर
75
बेगङा
125
चोकर
26
गुप्ता
76
भंडरी
126
मकारे
27
माहेश्वरी
77
माहौर
127
तोडया
28
माहुरे
78
मोदुरी
128
बींजेवर
29
गुलहरे
79
गोङ
129
डोर्लकर
30
सोमवंती
80
फटींग
130
तरबबे
31
मालवीय
81
मराठे
131
खरिया
32
भटोरे
82
रामे
132
कटवार
33
कल्यपाल
83
लाटशाहा
133
तिङके
34
साव
84
सूधा
134
खातोर
35
जैन जायसवाल
85
सुबालका
135
बिजया
36
तामङा
86
राना
136
समर्थ
37
खालका
87
सिसोदिया
137
बारेवार
38
पारेता
88
मथरिये
138
लाखेठे
39
मेवाङा
89
नगरिया
139
सराफा
40
कटेरे
90
बेलढुरिया
140
परकर
41
कलवार
91
सिंह
141
चंदनर
42
महासेठ
92
वर्मा
142
चौबे
43
सेठ
93
नितोडिया
143
मोहबे
44
पूवे
94
गुरेर
144
उजवने
45
पांजियार
95
खण्डो
145
थाराटे
46
नायक
96
तेवर
146
कावङे
47
प्रधान
97
अयोध्यावासी
147
हिरवने
48
व्याहुत
98
मादुर
148
राककर
49
मंडल
99
उचरहा
149
मोहधरे
50
मधेरिया
100
चारौंधा
150
अहवार
51
भगत
101
हेडीकर
151
खोब्राढे
52
ब्रीमाल
102
बुधमार
152
डबले


History Of Sahastrabahu

The word Sahasra virtually means a thousand. For many it means the dominance of emperor Arjun over the evil. In mythological art, the pictorial expression of the strength of Gods is depicted with multiple hands and brain power with multiple heads. There are other explanations on the expression of strength of Sahasrarjun in the form of fables and mythical tales.

Great emperor Sahasrarjun, the patriarch, ruled the kingdom of Mahismati, the region of Maheshwar in the state of Madyapradesh, India. He was a well-known Kshatriya warrior, who stood out of other brave heroes of puraans, for his great strength. Sahasrarjun stories have been depicted differently in puraans. Many folklore’s and fables describing his greatness have been passed on for generations. It is mostly from word of mouth. Their interpretations, however, vary in different regions.

Sahastrabahu is a legendary warrior in Hindu mythology. According to legend, he was a contemporary to Lord Rama. He fought many fights and won all of them except one with Parshuram who killed all the Kshatriya Kings to take revenge of his parents’ death.

Not known or obscured by Bramhin propoganda is the fact that The King Sahastra-Arjun or Sahastrabahu wanted to bring the benefits of the cow “kamadhenu” to all the people of his kingdom which the Rishi community in his kingdom obtained as a gift from god. Not, willing to share that know-how/ technology, the Rishi’s protested so Sahastrabahu’s family stole the “Cow”. That started the feud between the Two ( Parshuram’s and Sahastrabahu’s family).

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1 comment:

  1. enka bhagwan balram say kya connection main jatna tha apne east ved balvhadra ji hi hai fir sahatrababhu kon hai

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