Rulers of Banswara

Rulers of Banswara

The princely state of Banswara was established by Jagmal Singh after defeating and killing a Bhil ruler Bansia or Wasna. The district is said be named after the same Bhil ruler or probably for the “bans” or bamboo forests in the area. Banswara State became a British protectorate on 16 November 1818.

Rulers of Banswara

  • Rawal JAGMAL DAS
    • Younger son of Rawal Udai Singhji I of Dungarpur, founded state on Banswara in 1527.
  • Rawal JAI SINGH,
  • Rawal PRATAP SINGH,
  • Rawal KHANA DEV,
  • Rawal KALYAN SINGH,
  • Rawal AGAR SINGH,
  • Rawal UDAI SINGH I,
  • Rawal SAMAR SINGH,
  • Rawal KUSHAL SINGH,
  • Rawal AJAB SINGH,
  • Rawal BHIM SINGH,
  • Rawal BISHAN SINGH
  • Rawal UDAI SINGH II,
  • Maharawal PRITHVI SINGH
  • Maharawal BIJAI SINGH
  • Maharawal UMAID SINGH,
  • Maharawal BHAWANI SINGH,
  • Maharawal BAHADUR SINGH,
  • HH Maharawal LAKSHMAN SINGH,
  • HH Maharawal SHAMBHU SINGH
  • HH Sri Raj-i-Rajan Maharawal Sir PRITHVI SINGH Bahadur
  • HH Sri Raj-i-Rajan Maharawal CHANDRAVEER SINGH Bahadur
  • HH Sri Raj-i-Rajan Maharawal SURYAVEER SINGH Bahadur
  • HH Sri Raj-i-Rajan Maharawal JAGMAL SINGH II Bahadur