Hindi Name


Time Period

18th century-1947


Chaudhary Hukmi Singh of Mitraun (lived during the early half of 18th century) was the first man of this family who acquired influence among the zamindars of the surrounding villages. His son Dayaram became an important man. In the time of the Maratha raids Dayaram got five villages in jagir vis, Kaloi, Salana, Salam, &re., in the Rohtak district, and was subahdar (governor) of Rohtak. At an early period of the British rule he got Mitraun in jagir,which is said to have continued till his death. Dayaram had four sons: (1) Thakurdás, (2) Mittar Sain, (3) Charan Singh, and (4) Laxman Singh. After Dayaram’s death the jagir was confiscated, and his two sons, Thakúr Dás and Charan Singh, got respectable posts in the Bharatpur Kingdom, and Charan Singh’s daughter was married to Balwant Singh, the Maharaja of Bharatpur; and the sons of the four brothers got high posts in the state. The principal of them were Ratan Singh, son of Charan Singh; Gopal Singh son of Mitra Sen and Baldeo Singh son of Laxman Singh. Laxman Singh, enlisted in the Indian Army as risaldar in the first Afghan campaign, and after his return from Kabul remained in the army. During the Mutiny Laxman Singh was in the British forces before Delhi. His son Baldeo Singh and two nephews, Ratan Singh and Gopal Singh, did good service to the British officers in Bharatpur, for which they got a jagir. Baldeo Singh got Kharkhari rúnd in Delhi district; Ratan Singh and Gopal Singh got the villages Alta and Sawar in Bulandshahr district; Baldeo Singh resided in Mitraun.


  • Chaudhary Hukmi Singh, jagirdar of Mitraun, he was appointed as the governer of Mitraun.
  • Chaudhary Dayaram, jagirdar of Mitraun, married and had issue.
    • Chaudhary Thakurdas, married and had issue.
    • Chaudhary Mitar Sen, married and had issue.
      • Kunwar Gopal Singh, jagirdar of Sawar, married and had issue (jagirdars of Sawar).
    • Chaudhary Charan Singh, married and had issue.
      • Kunwar Ratan Singh, jagirdar of Alta, married and had issue (jagirdar of Alta).
      • Bibiji?? Kaur married Maharaja Balwant Singh.
    • Chaudhary Laxman Singh (see below)
  • Chaudhary Laxman Singh, jagirdar of Mitraun, married and had issue.
  • Fauzdar Baldeo Singh, jagirdar of Mitraun, married and had issue.
  • Rai Bahadur Chaudhary Ragunath Singh, jagirdar of Mitraun, He was honorary magistrate of Najafgarh and President of Delhi District Board.
References :-
  • Delhi District Gazetteer (1880)
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