Vijay Vardan (વિજય વરદાન) By Late Shri Harilal Upadhyay...
Book: વિજય વરદાન (Vijay Vardan)
Chandravansh; Saurashtra/Kachchh And Other Areas Of Gujarat
Laxmi Pustak Bhandar
Excerpts from Vijay Vardan:
After ruling in foreign, for centuries, when the Yaduvanshi (Yaduvanshee) Rajputs (Kshatriyas)
came back to Bharat (India), one of the brave warrior named Kehud Bhatti (Kehood Bhatti /
Kehud Bhattee / Kehood Bhattee) have founded the city named Tanot Nagar in Sindh.
He was belonged to the Bhatti (Bhattee) clan of
Yaduvansh (hence Chandravansh).
But he have been betrayed and killed (later), though his son Devaraj (Devraj) was saved.
This tale of Devaraj Bhatti (Devaraj Bhattee)'s bravery and getting back his father’s
kindom is historical novel about Rajasthan (also). Because the descendents of Devaraj
Bhatti have established Jesalmer (Jaisalmer) and Bhatti (Bhattee) Rajputs (Kshatriyas)
have ruled it.
There are evidences found that, when there was the time agaist Kehud Bhatti (Kehud Bhattee),
some of his family members have decided to do business (in order to prevent more problems
and get settled down) and started knowing as Bhatiya (or Bhatia). I have mentioned the
same in the novel. Of course in our old historical tales myths and fantasies are found added.
Though, I have tried my level best to keep the historical values and facts unaffected.
historical novels were warmly welcomed by the readers, which have inspired me and hence
I am planning and preparing to write
historical novels about the bravery of
Sooryavanshi Kshatriyas of Mevad (Mewad / Mewar).
I am thankful to all the forces who have inspired me. I am feeling really happy to say thanks to all them.
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This semi-biographical, inspirational tale was published as a series of 28 chapters in "Kismat magazine" during 1985-1986.