The jagirdars of Chitarwar were an old family of SikarwarJat who originally trace there origin from Sikri but later shifted to Ganga Yamuna doab in the 17th century. The family rose to prominence in the 18th century when Badel Singh Sikarwar of this family help the distressed Delhi emperor during the raid of Nadir Shah. An eyewitness tell us, “Thana Rai (?) and Badel Singh Jat, the zamindar of Chitwarh (?)36 have stationed themselves assisted by the gallant Jats upto Sarai of Bakhtiar Khan while the Chowki of Nadir Shah does not extend beyond the tank of Kishan Das.” The family remained pattidars during the British time and owned shares in several villages.