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Sinsini

Sinsini is a village in Bharatpur district in Rajasthan, India, situated at a distance of 20 km to the south from Deeg city. It is the place of origin of Sinsinwars who were the rulers of princely state Bharatpur. Before the formation of Bharatpur state the capital of Sinsinwars was at Sinsini.

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Churaman
... चूड़ामण) (1695–1721) was Zamindar of Sinsini and the real founder of Jat state of Bharatpur in Rajasthan, India ... Bishan Singh gave a written promise to destroy the fort of Sinsini ... Mughal and Rajput armies jointly attacked Sinsini and captured it after a struggle of five months, in the month of January 1690 ...
Sinsini
... Sinsini is a village in Bharatpur district in Rajasthan, India, situated at a distance of 20 km to the south from Deeg city ... the formation of Bharatpur state the capital of Sinsinwars was at Sinsini ... Sinsini earlier was known as 'Shoor saini' and its inhabitants were known as 'Saur Sen' ...
Churaman Expanded His Base
... He acquired Sinsini from the MughalRajput combine in 1704 after having surrounded the fort whereupon seeing his fate sealed, the Durgpal accepted a small amount and ... In 1705 there was a war with Mughal subadar Mukhtar khan of Agra and with Rajabahadur in 1707 at Sinsini ... In the second war at Sinsini 1000 Jats were lost but they got the victory ...
Maharaja Churaman - Churaman Expanded His Base
... He acquired Sinsini from the MughalRajput combine in 1704 after having surrounded the fort whereupon seeing his fate sealed, the Durgpal accepted a small amount and vacated the fort hastily.This ... with Mughal subadar Mukhtar khan of Agra and with Rajabahadur in 1707 at Sinsini ... In the second war at Sinsini 1000 Jats were lost but they got the victory ...
Maharaja Churaman
... (Hindi चूड़ामण) (1695–1721) was Zamindar of Sinsini and the real founder of Jat state of Bharatpur in Rajasthan, India ... Bishan Singh gave a written promise to destroy the fort of Sinsini ... Mughal and Rajput armies jointly attacked Sinsini and captured it after a struggle of five months, in the month of January 1690 ...