- (Line 2.)—(There was) a king, renowned under the name of . . . . râja, sprung from the . . laksha (?) lineage; and his son (was) that very valorous king (who was known) by the name (of) Mâdhava.
- (L. 3.)— His son was the illustrious Gôparâja, renowned for manliness; the daughter's son of the Sarabha king; who is (even) now (?) the ornament of (his) lineage.
Bhim Singh Dahiyamentions.....As regards the Sammas, they are expressly called as a branch of the Lohans alongwith the Lakha. The Lohans are even today a Jat clan and the Lakha are still existing as Lakhanwal Jats in Bijnore (U.P.) . In fact when the Muslims came into Sindh, only two main races are mentioned as inhabiting that area, namely, the Jats including the Lohans and other clans and the Mand. Forgetting that Mand are even today existing as a Jat clan and that their history goes back earlier than 700 B.C. when they had their Mand empire before Cyrus the Great of Persia, Elliot and Dowson have equated the Mand with the Med. Wherever the word Mand comes, the word Med is put immediately behind it, in bracket.
Distribution in Rajasthan
Villages in Jaipur district
Villages in Tonk district
Distribution in Madhya Pradesh
Villages in Ujjain district
Gallery of Lakhanwal people
Badri Lal Lakhanwal, Maadi
- Personal and geographical names in the Gupta inscriptions/Names of Feudatory Kings and High Officers,p.45
- Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study)/Harsha Vardhana : Linkage and Identity,p.218
- ibid., Vol. 1, p. 187.
- ibid., p. 79.
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