Line of succession to the former throne of Jodhpur

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The line of succession to the former throne of Jodhpur, one of the pre-eminent Indian principalities, was by male primogeniture by the sons of Rajput mothers. Jodhpur State acceded to the Union of India in 1949.[1]

Present line of succession

  • Simple silver crown.svg Sardar Singh, Maharaja of Jodhpur (1880-1911)
    • Simple silver crown.svg Sumer Singh, Maharaja of Jodhpur (1898-1918)
    • Simple silver crown.svg Umaid Singh, Maharaja of Jodhpur (1903-1947)
    • Maharajdhiraj Shri Sir Ajit Singh (1907-1978)
      • (6). Maharaj Shri Shobagh Singh (born 1928)
        • (7). Rajkumar Shri Ranvijay Singh (born 1959)
          • (8). Bhanwar Shri Abhay Singh (born 1996)
        • (9). Rajkumar Shri Karanvijay Singh (born 1968)
          • (10). Bhanwar Shri Janmajay Singh (born 1998)
          • (11). Bhanwar Shri Kartikeya Singh (born 2010)
      • Maharaj Shri Swarup Singh (1933-2003)
        • (12). Maharaj Shri Raghavendra Singh (born 1967)
          • (13). Rajkumar Shri Amar Singh (born 2004)
        • (14). Maharaj Shri Suryavir Singh (born 1973)
          • (15). Rajkumar Shri Samarvir Singh

[1]

References

  1. ^ a b Buyers, Christopher. "Jodhpur-India (SALUTE STATES)". Retrieved 29 April 2016.
  2. ^ "Royal fables". Retrieved 29 April 2016.
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