The Ruling family of Virpur descends from the Nawanagar House. Jam Vibhaji I of Nawanagar had four sons of whom Bhaniji, the second son received Kalawad and eleven other villages in appanage. According to Colonel J.W. Watson, the village of Kharedi is said to have been included in the appanage but owing to some dispute with the parent State, Bhanji renounced all claims to the Giras and accepted a subordinate position under the Mahomedan Thanadar of Kharedi, which was then infested with gangs of marauding Kathis. His assistance to the Thanadar in the expulsion of these freebooters obtained for him a grant of one-half of Kharedi lands from the thanadar. Mokaji, the seventh in descent from Bharoji, moved to Virpur from Kharedi and repaired the old Fort of the New Capital. Virpur, a Fourth Class State, formerly in Kathiawad in pre-Independence India, follows the rule of Primogeniture in regard to succession and exercises the jurisdictional powers as follows: Criminal - Seven year's rigorous imprisonment and fine to the extent of 10,000Rs, Civil - to the extent of 20,000Rs. Rulers were.....
- Thakore Saheb BHANAJI VIBHAJI, 1st Thakore Saheb of Virpur, founder of Kalavad, Virpur and Kharedi, brother of Jam Satoji of Nawanagar, married and had issue.
- Thakore Saheb BHARAJI BHANAJI, 2nd Thakore Saheb of Virpur, married and had issue.
- Thakore Saheb HARDHOLJI BHARAJI, 3rd Thakore Saheb of Virpur, married and had issue.
- Thakore Saheb SAHEBJI HARDHOLJI, 4th Thakore Saheb of Virpur, married and had issue.
- Thakore Saheb MOKAJI I SAHEBJI, 5th Thakore Saheb of Virpur, married and had issue.
- Thakore Saheb MULUJI I MOKAJI, 6th Thakore Saheb of Virpur, married and had issue.
- Thakore Saheb JETHIJI MULUJI, 7th Thakore Saheb of Virpur, married and had issue.
- Thakore Saheb MOKAJI II JETHIJI, 8th Thakore Saheb of Virpur, married and had issue.
- Thakore Saheb SURAJI I MOKAJI, 9th Thakore Saheb of Virpur, married and had issue. He died after 1813.
- Thakore Saheb MULUJI II SURAJI, 10th Thakore Saheb of Virpur, married and had issue.
- Thakore Saheb SURTANJI MULUJI, 11th Thakore Saheb of Virpur -/1864, married and had issue.
- Thakore Saheb SURAJI II SURTANJI, 12th Thakore Saheb of Virpur -/1918, born 8 October 1846, succeeded 30 July 1864 (#1), married and had issue.
- Thakore Saheb HAMIRSINHJI SURAJI, 13th Thakore Saheb of Virpur 1918/1938, born 1876, succeeded 18 October 1918, married and had issue.
- Thakore Saheb DILIPSINHJI HAMIRSINHJI, 14th Thakore Saheb of Virpur 1938/1945, married Thakorani Takhat Kunverba Saheb, died 1991, and had issue. He died June 1945.
- Thakore Saheb NARENDRASINHJI DILIPSINHJI, 15th Thakore Saheb of Virpur 1945/-, educated at Rajkumar College, Rajkot; married Thakorani Basant Kumari, and had issue.
Thakore Saheb Pushpendrasinhji Narendrasinhji (qv) Kumar Shri Jaduvendrasinhji Narendrasinhji Jadeja, educated at Rajkumar College, Rajkot (1965); married in Jodhpur, Baisa Chand Kanwar B.A. (Eng. Lit.), daughter of Maharaj Banney Singhji of Raoti, and his wife, Rani Rasal Kanwar, and has issue, one son and one daughter.
Kumar Shri Devendrasinhji Jaduvendrasinhji Jadeja, a Graduate with a Bachelor in Commerce (B.Com.), Bachelor of Law (LL.B.) and Dilpoma in International Business Management (Dip. I.B.M.), presently (2012) pursuing, Master of Law (second semester), Chartered Accountant (final year) and Company Secretary (final year) Kumari Shalini Devi Jadeja, born 14 January 1986 in Jodhpur, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, and a Master of Arts in English Literature. Kumari Shri Kumud Kumari Jadeja B.A.
- Thakore Saheb PUSHPENDRASINHJI NARENDRASINHJI, 16th Thakore Saheb of Virpur (see above)
OTHER MEMBERS: Kumar Shri Indrasinhji Mahipatsinhji, educated at Rajkumar College, Rajkot (1948) Kumar Shri Naharsinhji, married Kumari Shri Jitendra Kunwarba Sahiba, daughter of Kumar Shri Shivsinhji Govindsinhji of Hampar in Dhrangadhra, and his second wife, Kumari Shri Monghi Kunwarba Sahiba.
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