History of Rajasthan

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The history of Rajasthan is our glorious heritage, in which there is a continuation of diversity. Rajasthan is a state ruled by tradition and multicolored cultural characteristics, where the particle particles of the soil narrate the conquest of the Ranbankunars here. The Rulers here gladly sacrificed their lives to protect the motherland. It is said that Rajasthan stone also speaks its history. Here is the unbreakable treasure of the whole estate. Somewhere there is a shade of prehistoric rock paintings, so far there is evidence of ancient cultures. If there is an alternative paradigm of stone statues, then glorious history engraved on stones as inscriptions. Somewhere ancient coins of the historical significance of the time, then somewhere the best symbol of architecture. Places of worship, grand prasad, impenetrable fort and the confluence of lively monuments etc. are found in the towns, and suburbs of Rajasthan. It would be wrong to think about Rajasthan that the land here is only the battlefield. The truth is that here is the melodious music of devotion and spirituality with the chords of swords. Here the subjective cultural consciousness is very deep. The fairs and festivals are organized in the minds of the people here. Folk dance and folklore are the conductors of Rajasthani culture. Strong expression of cosmic life with beauty mural in Rajasthani paintings
happened. This desert of Rajasthan has been the birthplace of ancient civilizations. The development of much stone-age, Ssindhudram and temporal civilizations such as Kalibanga, Ahr, Bairath, Bagaur, Ganeshwar, which prove the ancientity of Rajasthan’s history. Evidence of human settlements developed in these civilization sites. Here the sites like Bagaur present the presence of mid-pale and neolithic history. The evolving Indo-Sufi site like Kalibanga was developed right here. At the same time, the oldest medieval civilizations such as Ahad, Ganeshwar, have also flourished.

Arya and Rajasthan

Marudhara’s Saraswati and rivers like the scenery have been the shelters of ancient settlements of the Aryans. It is believed that from here the Arya settlements have moved towards the places of doab in time. Knowledge of the composition of monks in the archa of Indra and Soma, the acceptance of the importance of sacrifice and the liberation of life, was probably done by the Aryans residing in these river valleys. From the Mahabharata and mythological texts, it seems that Balaram and Krishna had passed from Jangal (Bikaner), Maru center (Marwar) etc., which were related to the Yadav branch of the Aryans.

Era of districts(जनपद)

After the Augra transit of the districts, there is a rise of the districts in Rajasthan, from which the events of our history can be based on more evidence. Interested in Alexander’s campaigns and safeguarding his independence, Malav, Shivi and Arjunaan tribes of southern Punjab, who were famous for their courage and valor, came to Rajasthan with other castes and settled here according to convenience. These include Rajanya and Matsya district of Bharatpur, Shivi district of the city, Shalve district head of Alwar. In addition to 300 BC From the middle of 300 AD, the period of reign of Malav, Arjunaan and Yudheyas is found in Rajasthan. The center of power of Malvans was near Jaipur, in time it spread to the areas of Ajmer, Tonk and Mewar. Bharatpur-Alwar province Arjunaanan has been famous for its triumph. Similarly Yudhoy of the northern part of Rajasthan is also a powerful Was a mathematical clan. Yudhayya possibly North Rajasthan The Kushanas were successful in destroying the power, which It is clear from Rudra Daman’s article. Nearly a second century BC to 3rd century AD During the period of Buddhism in the central parts of Rajasthan There was a lot of publicity, but Yudhayyas and Malavans came here Brahmin religion started promoting and Buddhism Signs of the heart began to appear, Secret kings, The democratic republics did not end, but they were semi- Retained independent form. These Ganatantra Could not bear the shock and finally the sixth century From here on, the centuries-old mathematical system Ended forever.

Maurya and Rajasthan
Some parts of Rajasthan or under the influence of Mauryas Were in the field. Ashoka’s Barath inscription and its
The son of the successor Kunal was created by the present The temples confirm the effects of the Mauryas. Kumar Pradhan And other Jain texts estimate that the Fort of Chittor And Chitang Talab is built of Maurya King Chitrangad. A few miles away from Chittor, on a pond called Mansarovar Of, which is considered as a Mauryan dynasty, v. Inscription of 770 Colonel Todd met, in which Maheshwar, Bhima, Bhoj, and Mann These four names are given respectively. Kansawa near Kota 795 v. No. From the pagoda of (kasuna) Inscription found, In which the name of the Mauryan king is Dhawal. From these proofs, The rights and effects of the Mauryas are clear in Rajasthan. Political of India after Harshavardhan’s death Unity started to decompose again. In this era many in India The rise of new districts has increased. Too many in Rajasthan Rajput clans had established their own kingdoms, This includes Prashar of Marwar and Rathod, Guill of Mewar, Sambhar Chauhan, Aamer’s Kachwaha, Jaisalmer Bhati
Etc. are major. On the basis of inscriptions, we can say that In the sixth century there was a state of pratahars around Mandor And then the same state got Rathore forward. About this time Chauhan state was established in Sambhar
And gradually the state became very powerful. Fifth Or in the vicinity of Mewar and the sixth-century Guhill’s rule was established. In the tenth century, Parmar became powerful in the meaning and Abu. Twelfth And around the thirteenth century, Jalore, Ranthambore And in Chadha, the Chauhanas re-organization of their power But there was some disruption in his position.

Naming Of Rajasthan
For the current Rajasthan, no one name is used before. Its different regions were known by different names. The present area of Bikaner and Jodhpur was called ‘Jangal Desh’ in the Mahabharata period. That is why the King of Bikaner called himself ‘Jangaldar Badshah’. The adjoining part of the Jangla country was called the Seedalaksha (the present part of Ajmer and Nagaur), on which the Chauhans had the right. The northern part of the Alwar state was under the territory of Kuru, southern and western fishery and eastern part of Shorasen country. Most of Bharatpur and Dhaulpur states and Karauli state were under the Shurasen country. Shurasen was the capital of the state capital Mathura, Biratnagar of the Fisheries State and Indraprastha of Kuru State. The ancient name of the state of Udaipur was ‘Shiva’, whose capital was ‘Madhika’. Nowadays, ‘Madhika’ (majjamika) is called a city. Here Maoism has a right to caste, which also causes it to be called Medepatt or Pragwat. The region of Dungarpur, Banswara was called vogad. The state of Jodhpur was called Maru or Marwar. The southern part of Jodhpur was called Gurjarata and the part of Sirohi was called Tumult (Aboo) Country. Jaisalmer was called Mad and Kota and Bundi were called hawala. The southern part of Jhalawar was counted under the Malwa country. It is thus clear that the land which we now call Rajasthan today has never been famous by any particular name. It is believed that in the year 1800 AD George Thomas used the name ‘Rajputana’ for this province. The famous historian Colonel James Tod, in his book ‘Anals and Antiquities of Rajasthan‘ in 1829 AD, named the state ‘Raithan’ or ‘Rajasthan’. When India became independent, the name of this state was accepted as ‘Rajasthan‘.