The Badrukhan family is a branch of the Jind family. It is founded by Sardar Bhup Singh, son of Raja Gajpat Singh and the brother of Raja Bhag Singh of Jind. He received a separate estate in 1789, from which time he was always considered independent of Jhind. However, in 1834, the Jind line being extinct on the death of Raja Sangat Singh, was allowed by the British Government to succeed, and became the father of the present Raja Sarup Singh of Jhind. Basawa Singh, uncle of Sarup Singh was the first Chief of Badrukhan. The Badrukhan genealogy is as follows: Raja Gajpat Singh of Jhind had two sons, namely, Raja Bhag Singh of Jind, and Bhup Singh who died in 1815. Bhup Singh had two sons, namely, Karam Singh who died in 1818, and Basawa Singh who died in 1830. Karam Singh was rebellious and he was overlooked in favor of his son, Raja Sarup Singh of Jind. Basawa Singh had two sons, namely, Sukha Singh who died in 1852, and Bhagwan Singh who died in 1852. Sukha singh tried to claim the gaddi but it was disallowed by the British Government. Sukha Singh had two sons, namely, Harnam Singh who died in 1856, and Hira Singh who died in 1843. Bhagwan Singh had three sons, namely, Diwan Singh who died in 1841, Sher Singh who died in 1844, and Chattar Singh who died in 1861. Diwan Singh had an infant child. The jurisdiction of Badrukhan was transferred to Jind in 1861.