RoodhirNu RajTilak (રુધિરનું રાજતિલક) By Late Shri Harilal Upadhyay...
|Book: રુધિરનું રાજતિલક (RoodhirNu RajTilak)
Chandravansh; Saurashtra/Kachchh And Other Areas Of Gujarat
||Laxmi Pustak Bhandar
||Chandravansh, Yaduvansh Navsanskaran
Excerpts from RoodhirNu RajTilak:
Yaduvanshi Kshatriya king Jam Lakho Dhuraro have ruled NagarSame (NagarSamai / NagarThattha)
city of Sindh from Vikram Samvat 956 to Vikram Samvat 986. Afterwards his sons were
departed in two branches of Kachchh and Sindh respectively. In this historical novel
I have explored his two-three generations and their times.
If the ancient history of Yaduvanshi kings also being referred with this tale,
its found even informative and amazing.
Shri Krushna (Lord Shri Krishna) who is worshiped as the God by Hindus was born
Before five thousand years, Lord Shri Krushna have came to Saurashtra from Mathura
and have established his kingdom here and founded the city of Dwarika as the capital
of the same. Afterwards in family disputes, during the battle of Yadavasthali
(Yadavasthalee) at PrabhasPatan, the kshatriyas of Yadukul have got finished.
The grandson of Shri Krushna (Shri Krishna) Aniruddha was saved from that deadly
battle and the family lineage of Yadukul continued by him.
Aniruddha was married to Usha (Okha), daughter of Banasur (Banasura) – the king of Shonitpur.
As Banasur (Banasura) was not having any son, Aniruddha got crowned and he have settled
at Shonitpur – Misar (Egypt currently) only.
The descendents of Aniruddha have gone ahead from Miser (Egypt of today) to Italy,
RoomSham (Rome?) – Turkistan (Turkey), Arabastan, Afghanistan to Bharat (India).
And here, in Bharat (India) they have ruled Punjab, Sindh and Kachchh before
coming back to Saurashtra.
The people of Saurashtra, who are Yaduvanshi – Jadejas are the the descendents of Aniruddha.
But as per one other opinion (dispute) the lineage of Shri Krushna (Shri Krishna)
was not continued from Aniruddha but Samb (son of Shri Krushna).
The historical encyclopedia says that. The historians did a lot of hard work to get
the evidences for the same.
As it is really very tough to find the historical facts from the deeper past, which
have times of unstability as well. But I am supporter of the Aniruddha-Usha tale and
I believe that it is the fact. The evidences are also fingers that.
I have also discussed the same in a long session with his honorable Shri CharanTirthji maharaj
of Gondal, who is famous as a Vaidhya (homeopath) and equally great historian.
And he also have supported my beliefs ad provided even more evidences in favor
of the thinking (opinion about Aniruddha-Usha tale). Which have made the historical
facts more enlighten. I am lucky that I got the acceptance (for this stuff) from
this great historian and history writer, with his blessings.
King Narpat have ruled Gizni (Giznee) and his descendents are known as "Jam".
Afterwards the descendents of Sampat (Saampat) are started knowing as "Sama".
At last, after Jam Jada who came as the one hundred first descendent of Lord Shri Krushna
(Lord Shri Krishna), his descendents are known as Jadeja. This way, the Yaduvanshi
kings are known by different family names and spreaded in so many lineages.
This tale starts with the marriage of Jam Lakha dhurara and Chandrakunvar- GodBa the daughter
of Sarwar (Sarvan) Gohil. Jam Lakho Dhuraro was a brave warrior king who lived a long life.
After the life of the three quarter of a centry, when he was on the death bed, the old
king was married by young beautiful princess GodBa, I have heared this tale from a story
teller before a few year. I liked the stuff and to confirm its historical values and reality,
I have searched (for the same) in old and modern historical encyclopedias.
And evidences are found (in favour) that the tale of Jam Lakha Durara was true and real.
So, the tale found from both the ways (from the mouth of a storyteller and encyclopedias)
inspired me to write this novel.
A lot of poems also found as evidences of the reality of this story. Some of them in
Kachchhi language are…
Bhabhi Balod Miyanu Bud Bhaleri Kan,
Gil Gidigin Dhee(se) Lakhe Sandhilan,
Lakha Via Lakh Pan Duraro Gun Hikde,
Ghoda Padhyo Pakh Samin Jo Sardar Een,
Lakhe Dhara Lakh Joode Bia Javan Tai,
Muke Meede Kakh Durara Se Gunbiya,
Kirat SAdha Kot Lakhe Lakhu Adea,
Un Asanjo Goth Modh Gabhara Gade Aa,
NagarSamai (NagarSame) Je Nake Dhuraro Pie Gajje,
Jeet Seen Die Sela Sinyu Kit Lajje.
This way I wrote this tale by gathering factual and historical values with all my honest efforts.
I was also in dilemma to choose the language of this tale, Though, my instincts have forced me
to run on the older (language) path. I will feel even happier if the language will be
liked by the readers.
The source of inspiration which I got frequently from my large number of friends and well
wishers, which inspires me continuously to write
, is really most valueable to me.
Chapterwise Information about RoodhirNu RajTilak:
||Heart Of The Chapter Titlle In English
||મોંઘેરૂ મેણું થયુ
||Mongheroo Menu Thayu
||Words Are Mightier Than The Sword
||જે પંથે સિંધુ વહે
||Je Panthe Sindhu Vahe
||The Path The River Sindhu Goes
||Great Married Life
||Recharging The Body
||Conqurring The Age
||ઝબકી આનંદ જ્યોત
||Zabki Anand Jyot
||Flashes Of Happiness
||એક ઝગે બીજો જલે
||Ek Zage Bijo jale
||One Is Shining Other Is Getting Fired
||Unnad Nu Avataran
||Arrival Of Unnad
||Blessings Of Mother
||Warlord Is Ready
||Successor Of The Divine Knowledge
||The Royal Guard
||The Divine Feminine
||સાગર પેટો સમો
||Sagar Peto Samo
||Samo The Great
||Everlasting Love Bond
||The Long Goodbye
||The Test Of Unnad
||દેવાંશી ડગ્યો નહી
||Devanshee Dagyo Nahi
||His Decisson Remain Unchanged
||He Put Entire Family On fire
||જામ સમાની સવાઇ
||Jam SamaNee Savai
||Rising Of Jam Sama
||Result Of The Sins
||છતું થયુ શૌર્ય
||Chhatu Thayu Shaurya
||દો નારી ભરથાર
||Do Naree Bharthar
||Getting Married With Two Girls
||પડ પાસા પોબાર
||Pad Pasa Pobar
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