Suraj Mal

Suraj Mal

Maharaja Suraj Mal (February 1707–December 25, 1763) was ruler of Bharatpur in Rajasthan, India. He has been described by a contemporary historian as "the Plato of the Jat people" and by a modern writer as the "Jat Odysseus", because of his political sagacity, steady intellect and clear vision.

Read more about Suraj Mal:  Early Life, Rise of Jat Power, Chandaus War 1746, Bagru War, Treaty With Mir Bakshi (1 January 1750), Ghaserā War 1753, Capture of Delhi (10 May 1753), Jat-Maratha Treaty (18 May 1754), The Prelude To Panipat, Jats Join Bhau, Suraj Mal’s Withdrawal From Bhau’s Camp, Panipat and Its Sequel, Suraj Mal Shelters Maratha Refugees From Panipat, Abdali's Campaign Against Jats, Capture of Agra Fort (12 June 1761), Suraj Mal’s Conquest of Haryana, The Jat Attack On Farrukhnagar, War Between Suraj Mal and Najib-ul-Daula (December, 1763), Death of Suraj Mal, Love For Art and Literature

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Maharaja Badan Singh - Expansion of The State
... To implement his plan he married his most competent son Suraj Mal to Hansia, the beautiful daughter of most influential Chaudhary of Jatwara Ratiram ... This problem was solved by his young son Suraj Mal ... Suraj Mal eliminated Khemkaran and acquired Sogaria pargana from Khemkaran ...
Maharani Kishori - Diplomacy
... His father Malhar Rao vowed that he would cut off the head of Maharaja Suraj Mal and throw the fort into the Yamuna River ... The Marathas increased their pressure and Suraj Mal held his defenses, though no other ruler was ready to come to his aid ... of the enmity between Malhar Rao Holkar and Jayappa Sindhia, she advised Maharaja Suraj Mal to take advantage of the differences within the Marathas camp ...
Character and Achievements of Suraj Mal - The Revenue of Jat State
... “opinions differ on the subject of the treasure and property which he (Suraj Mal) left to his successor ... offered by the administration, Suraj Mal remitted transit duties through his Kingdom ... If Suraj Mal constructed royal edifices, he did not forget to order the building of markets ...
Ballabhgarh - History
... Balram Singh, a Jat chief who held the surrounding country under Suraj Mal of Bharatpur, and built the fort and palace, Nahar Singh Mahal in 1739 ... He was brother in law of Maharaja Suraj Mal and mama of Jawahar Singh ... After Balram Singh, Maharaja Suraj Mal appointed Balram Singh’s sons Bisan Singh and Kisan Singh as Kiledars ...
Battles Involving The Maratha Empire - Holkars and Shindes
... Kumher fort under Maharaja Suraj Mal of Bharatpur was attacked by the Marathas on 20 January 1754 AD ... requested Diwan Roop Ram Katara to take a letter from Maharaja Suraj Mal proposing a treaty ... Jayappa Sindhia assured Suraj Mal of assistance and contacted Raghunathrao ...

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