James Tod writes that Bhatti Chief Deoraj had two sons, Moond and Chadu ; the last, by a wife of the Baraha tribe, had five sons, whose descendants were styled Chada Rajputs. Deoraj excavated several large lakes in the territory of Khadal (in which Deorawal is situated) ; one at Tanot is called Tanosar ; another, after himself, Deosar. Having one day gone to hunt, slightly attended, he was attacked by an ambush of the Channa Rajputs, and slain with twenty-six of his attendants, after having reigned fifty-live years. His kin and clans shaved their locks and moustaches, excepting Moond.
Rajatarangini tells....The king Uchchala (b.1070,r.1101–1111) of Lohara family was pleased with the services of Bhogasena and though he was without follower or a house, the king made him the governor of the Rajasthana (palace). He had seen Bhogasena's valor in the battle on the day of Indradvadashi when Gaggachandra, though he had a large army under him, fled from the engagement. The king raised Saḍḍa, Chchhaḍḍa and Byaḍḍasa, sons of Sadda, a common soldier, to the post of ministers. (p.16-17) (Saḍḍa→Sadh, Chchhaḍḍa→ Chad, Byaḍḍasa→ Bajad)
Distribution in Rajasthan
Villages in Tonk District
Villages in Jaipur District
- James Tod: Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan, Volume II, Annals of Jaisalmer, p.215-216
- Kings of Kashmira Vol 2 (Rajatarangini of Kalhana)/Book VIII,p.16-17
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