Dictionary of 10,000 Indian Kings – Part 20

Map of Shivaji’s Maratha Empire

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Article No.1899; Dated 30 May 2015.

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Summary of Previous 19 Parts:–

160 Kings in Rig Veda published here on 23rd November 2014.

First part of the article –146 kings beginning with letter ‘A’.

Second part– 65 Pandya Kings of Madurai+ Puranic Kings

Third part — 122 kings beginning with letter ‘B’

Fourth Part- 43 Kings of Vijayanagara Empire + 34 Kings under letter C.

Fifth Part – 106 Kashmiri Hindu Kings

Sixth Part – 30 Satavahana  Kings  + 136 Kings under letter D.

Seventh Part –  35 Tamil Pandya Kings of Sangam Age.

Eighth Part – List of Chera (Kerala) 22 kings of Sangam Age+ Kings listed under E (3),G(37) & H(28)=68kings

Ninth Part- 39 Choza Kings of Tamil Nadu

Tenth Part- 104 kings from Cambodia, Champa, Sri Vjaya Kingdom of Indonesia and Pallava

11th part:Under ‘I’  13 kings+ Under ‘J’ 40 kings+ Under ‘K” 147 kings are listed.

12th Part:– 113 kings of various Indonesian kingdoms are listed.

13th Part –UNDER ‘L’ 14 + UNDER ‘M’ 72 + PANDYA II LIST 36=122 KINGS

14TH PART:Dynasties of Vishnukundina (10), Vakataka (16),Salankayana (4),Andra Ikshvaku (4) and Names under “N”(60)=94 kings.

15th Part:—-Kadamba dynasty – 14 kings, Badami Chalukya -10 kings, Rashtrakuta dynasty kings- 16

Western Chalukya kings – 14, Kakatiya dynasty – 16, Eastern Chalukya kings – 33, Ganga vamsa – 16, Kalachuri dynasty- 14,Pala vamsa -21, Chandela dynasty 34, Gurjara Pratihara -17

Hoysala-13, Alupa – 32 kings are listed = Total 226 kings

16th part – Under R—121 kings and 152 Kings of Nepal = 273 kings

In this 17th part, I have listed Kings under ‘S’

18th part I list the kings of Kushan (18), Gupta Dynasties(26) and Kings under the letter ‘T’ (38 kings).

19th Part- kings under ‘U’—39, under ‘V’—131 and Sri Lankan Kings 202= Total 2937

Today I list the kings under letters  ‘y’ from Dates and Dynasties in Earliest India by R.Morton Smith; all dates are BCE unless stated otherwise.

Y- 20 Kings+ Nanda- 9 kings+ Maurya- 9+Sunga—10+Saka—70 kings+Thanjavur Marathas -9 kings+ Jath/Deshmuk Rulers -12+Gaekward Rulers – 20=159 kings in Part 19.

TOTAL So far 3096 kings.

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KINGS UNDER “Y”

Y1)Yadu Yauyateya 1660 BCE

Y2) Yadu Vasava Chaitya 1165 BCE

Y3) yajnasena Drupada Pancala 1000 BCE

Y4) Yanjasri Satakarni – 197 CE

Y5) Yajnavalkya of Br. Upanishad – 810 BCE

Y6) Yajnavalkya – Pupil of Vaisampayana -950 BCE

Y7) Yasodevi, wife of Brahan manas – 930 BCE

Y8) Yasodhra, wife of Hastin – 1120 BCE

Y9)Yati Nahusa – 1120

Y10)Yavinara Dvimidha – 1325

Y11)Yavinara Pancala -1220

Y12)Yayati Nahusa – 1800 BCE

Y13)Yuddhamusti Augrasainya -875

Y14)Yudhajit Varsni Yadava -1170

Y15)Yudhamsrausti, brother of Yudhamusti

Y16) Yudhitra Panadava -975

Y16)Yugandhara Yadava -1030

Y17)Yuwanasva Ardri Aikvakava I -1700

Y18)Yuvanasva Ranasva II -1520

Y19)Yuvanasva Ambarisa III- 1440

Y20)Yuyudhana Satyaki Yadava – 1100 BCE

Nan1)Mahapadma Nanda (345 BCE)

Nan 2)Pandhuka Panghupati

Nan 3)Bhutapala

Nan 4)ashtrapala

Nan 5)Govishanaka

Nan 6)Dashasidhaka

Nan 7)Kaivarta

Nan 8)Mahendra

Nan 9)Dhana Nanda (Agrammes) (c. 329 BCE – 321 BCE)

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MAURYA

Mau 1)Chandragupta Maurya – 345 BCE

Mau2 )Bindusara

Mau 3)Ashoka

Mau 4)Dasaratha

Mau 5)Sampati

Mau 6)Salisuka

Mau 7)Devavarman

Mau 8)Satadhnavan

Mau 9)Brihadratha- 185 BCE

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SUNGA

Sun1)Pushyamitra Sunga (185–149 BCE)

Sun2) Agnimitra (149–141 BCE)

Sun3) Vasujyeshtha (141–131 BCE)

Sun4)Vasumitra (131–124 BCE)

Sun5) Andhraka (124–122 BCE)

Sun6) Pulindaka (122–119 BCE)

Sun7)Ghosha (?)

Sun8) Vajramitra (?)

Sun9)Bhagabhadra (?)

Sun10) Devabhuti (83–73 BCE)

SAKA (List is used from Wikipedia)= 70 Kings

 

Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Eastern Pakistan/ Ten Kings

 

Kshaharatas (Punjab, Pakistan and beyond) / Four Kings

 

Aprācas (BajaurKhyber-PakhtunkhwaPakistan) Six Kings

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Pāratas (BalochistanPakistan) /12 Kings

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Yolamira, son of Bagareva (c. 125–150)

  • Bagamira, son of Yolamira (c. 150)
  • Ajuna, a second son of Yolamira (c. 150–160)
  • Hvaramira, a third son of Yolamira (c. 160–175)
  • Mirahvara, son of Hvaramira (c. 175–185)
  • Miratakhma, another son of Hvaramira (c. 185–200)
  • Kozana, son of Bagavharna (and perhaps grandson of Bagamira?) (c. 200–220)
  • Bhimajuna, son of Yolatakhma (and perhaps grandson of Ajuna?) (c. 220–235)
  • Koziya, son of Kozana (c. 235–265)
  • Datarvharna, son of Datayola I (possible grandson of Bhimajuna) (c. 265–280)
  • Datayola II, son of Datarvharna (c. 280–300)

“Northern Satraps” (Mathura area) /Six Kings

Minor local rulers/ Three Kings

Western Satraps / 29 Kings

 

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THE MARATHAS OF THANJAVUR (Nine Kings)

MALOJI BHONSLE

SHAHJI BHONSLE

SHIVAJI THE GREAT WHO ESTABLISHED HINDU SAMRAJYA

Tan 1)EKOJI 1676

Tan 2)SHAJJI i- 1684

Tan 3)SERFOJI I 1712

Tan 4)TUKOJI AKA Tulaja 1728

Tan 5)Pratapa simha – 1739

Tan 6)Tulaja II – 1763

Tan 7)Amarasimha 1787 (ruled from Thiruvidaimarudur)

Tan 8)Serfoji II -1798

Tan9) Shivaji – 1833

(Thanjavur annexed by the British)

Rulers of Jath (12 Rulers)

 

The rulers of Jath belonged to the Daphle dynasty and took the title of ‘Deshmukh’. The last ruler Vijayasingh Rao Ram Rao took the title of ‘Raja’

Deshmukhs

1686 – 1706 Satvaji Rao (b. 16… – d. 1706)

1706 – 1754 Yesu Bai “Au Sahib” (b. … – d. 1754)

1754 – 1759 Yeshwant Rao (b. … – d. 1759)

1759 – 1790 Amrit Rao I (b. … – d. 1790)

1790 – 1810 Khanji Rao (b. 17… – d. 1810)

1810 – 1822 Renuka Bai (b. … – d. 1822)

1822 – Dec 1823 Sali Bai (b. … – d. 1823)

Dec 1823 – Aug 1835 Ram Rao I Narayan Rao “Aba Sahib Daphle” (b. … – d. 1835)

Aug 1835 – 29 Jul 1846 Bhagirathi Bai (b. … – d. 1846)

29 Jul 1846 – 11 Jan 1892 Amrit Rao II “Rao Sahib Daphle” (b. 1835 – d. 1892)

13 Jan 1892 – 14 Aug 1928 Ram Rao II Amrit Rao “Aba Sahib Daphle” (b. 1886 – d. 1928)

14 Aug 1928 – 23 Jun 1936 Vijayasingh Rao Ram Rao “Baba Sahib Daphle

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Gaekwad Maharajas of Baroda (20 Kings)

Maharaja Sayajirao I

Nandaji Rao Gaekwad, died May 1721

Kerojirao

Jhingojirao

Pilaji Rao Gaekwad, reigned from 1721, died 14 May 1732

  1. Damajirao, Maharaja of Baroda, reigned from 1732, died 18 August 1768
  2. Sayajirao I, Maharaja of Baroda, reigned 1768–1778, died 1792

III. Fatehsinhrao I, Maharaja of Baroda, born before April 1751, reigned from 1778, died 26 December 1789

  1. Manajirao, Maharaja of Baroda, born before April 1751, reigned from 1789, died 27 July 1793
  2. Govindrao, Maharaja of Baroda, born 175?, reigned from 1793, died 19 September 1800
  3. Anandrao, Maharaja of Baroda, born 179?, reigned from 1800, died 2 October 1819
  4. Sayajirao II, Maharaja of Baroda, born 3 May 1800, reigned from 1819, died 28 December 1847

VII. Ganpatrao, Maharaja of Baroda, born 1816, reigned from 1847, died 1856

VIII. Khanderao, Maharaja of Baroda GCSI, born 1828, reigned from 1856, died 14 June 1870

  1. Malharrao, Maharaja of Baroda, born 1831, reigned 1870 – 19 April 1875, died in obscurity in 1882

Prataprao (d. 1737)

Kalojirao

Gabajirao

Bhikajirao

Kashirao (1832-1877)

Picture of Shamburaje

  1. Sayajirao III, Maharaja of Baroda GCSIGCIE, born 10 March 1863, reigned from 1875, died 6 February 1939

Yuvraja Fatehsinhrao (1883-1908)

  1. Pratapsinhrao, Maharaja of Baroda GCIE, born 29 June 1908, reigned from 1939, titular Maharaja from 1949, deposed 1951, died 19 July 1968

Covered Up to Independence in 1947.

We will look at the other Maratta dynasties in the next part.