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Saints of Rajasthan

Saints of Rajasthan can be characterized as Bhakti saints and Warrior saints.

Famous Bhakti Saints of Rajasthan are:-

  1. Dadu Dayal
  2. Mira Bai
  3. Lal Das
  4. Charan Das
  5. Mavaji

Warrior Saints of Rajasthan took the responsibility to protect the Dharma from the invaders and finally emerged as the protector of Brahmans,women, Cows and poor people from the invaders particularly the Muslims.They emphasized on the Karma.

 

Lok Devtas and Devis of Rajasthan

  1. Tejaji
  2. Pabuji
  3. Ramdeoji
  4. Gagoji
  5. Mehaji
  6. Harbhuji
  7. Jambheshwarji
  8. Mallinath
  9. Mavaji
  10. Makadji Devji
  11. Mahavir
  12. Bhomiya
  13. Khetrapal
  14. Mahamayas
  15. Sheetla Mata
  16. Aaiji
  17. Sachiya Mata
  18. Sakariya Mata
  19. Holika Mata

 

Unification of Rajasthan in seven stages

Matsya Union

Alwar, Bharatpur, Dholpur, Karauli

17-03-1948

Rajasthan Union

Banswara, Bundi, Dungerpur, Jhalawar, Kishangarh, Kota, Pratapgarh, Shahpura, Tonk.

25-03-1948

United State of Rajasthan

Udaipur also joined with the other Union of Rajasthan.

18-04-1948

Greater Rajasthan

Bikaner, Jaipur, Jaisalmer & Jodhpur also joined with the United State of Rajasthan.

30-03-1949

United State of Greater Rajasthan

Matsya Union also merged in Greater Rajasthan

15-05-1949

United Rajasthan

18 States of United Rajasthan merged with Princely State Sirohi except Abu and Delwara.

26-01-1950

Re-organised Rajasthan

Under the State Re-organisation Act, 1956 the erstwhile part ‘C’ State of Ajmer, Abu Road Taluka, former part of princely State Sirohi which was merged in former Bombay, State and Sunel Tappa region of the former Madhya Bharat merged with Rajasthan and Sironj subdistrict of Jhalawar district was transferred to Madhya Pradesh.

01-11-1956

 

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