Synonyms for saranjamdar or Related words with saranjamdar
Examples of "saranjamdar"
The ruler was honoured by the titles such as Pargana Vatandar, Jagirdar and Inamdar rendered as Raja Inamdar Bahadur being
(Holder of Saranjam). The rulers have their root from Satara District Villages Viz. Tadawale, Wagholi, Hingangaon and Aradgaon. Current descendants ancestor Shrimant Sardar Tulajirao Bhoite Sarkar established Capital Jalgaon and built a fortress referred to as Bhoite Gadhi with his ancestors.
was the title given to the landlord or holder of a Saranjam. Usually it was bestowed on that person for heroic deeds in the military field, thus most Saranjamdars were former military officers. He may be a jagirdar, always ranking as a vassal.
More prestigious Hindu rulers (mostly existing before the Mughal Empire, or having split from such old states) often used the title "Raja,"Raje" or a variant such as "Rana," "Rao," "Rawat" or Rawal. Also in this 'class' were several Thakurs or Thakores and a few particular titles, such as Sardar, Mankari (or Mānkari/Maankari), Deshmukh, Sar Desai, Raja Inamdar,
The Bhoites alienated to the number of social honours given to them by the Administrators whom they served, People on whom they had rule viz. Patil, Deshmukh, Shiledar, Bargir, Sarkar, Sardeshmukh, Sardar, Inamdar, Watandar, Sarnoubat, Senapati, Senakarta, Jagirdar, Zamindar,
The Indian rulers bore various titles – including Chhatrapati (exclusively used by the 3 Bhonsle dynasty of the Marathas) or Badshah ("emperor"), Maharaja or Raja ("king"), Sultan, Raje, Nizam, Wadiyar (by the Maharajas of Mysore), Agniraj Maharaj for the rulers of Bhaddaiyan Raj, Nawab ("governor"), Nayak, Wāli, Inamdar,
and many others. Whatever the literal meaning and traditional prestige of the ruler's actual title, the British government translated them all as "prince," to avoid the implication that the native rulers could be "kings" with status equal to that of the British monarch.
During the Maratha rule, the family served as the important milestone of Maratha Empire with blood relationship with various ruling families of those days, were in forefront in continuous War of 27 years between 1682 to 1707 that resulted in the end of the Mughal Empire in India and brought most of the sub-continent under Maratha control. In 1732, Abbasaheb Alias Yashwantrao Gharge- Desai-Deshmukh received Saranjam of 12 more villages and noble title of
-Deshmukh from Maratha King Chattrapati Shahu of Satara for lieu of military service rendered to the state and total Vatan of 84 villages in Nimsod Pargana was made hereditary.
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