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18-Kings in Kali Yug
9-Bhavishya Puraan, 3-Pratisarg (4), p 324-326

The fourth Part of Pratisarg Parv of Bhavishya Puraan is very important with the viewpoint of history. In this part history of all the four legs of Sat Yug, Tretaa Yug, Dwaapar Yug and Kali Yug is given. Besides, the history of the previous births of many Aachaarya, saints, Bhakt poets, is also given. They are said to be the Avataar of 12 Aaditya, 11 Rudra, 8 Vasu, or 2 Ashwinee Kumaar. Special treatment is given to Chaitanya Mahaaprabhu and that he got absorbed in Jagannaath Jee. But there are some incoherencies also which create doubts in their originality.

Aandhra Vanshee Kings in Kali Yug

(Chap 1) Salute to Shree Ganesh Jee and victory to Raadhaavallabh.

Rishi living in Naimish Aranya said to Soot Jee - "We heard you on Krishn's part Uday Sinh, now we wish to hear about Agni Vanshee kings (Pramar, Chayahaani, Parihaar etc). When Bhagavaan is said to be Tri-Yugee then how did He incarnate in Kali Yug, tell us that also." Soot Jee said - "In south there was a king named Pramar (Paramaar) in Ambaavatee city build by Ambaa.

Pramar (6 yrs)
Pramar's son was Mahaamar (Mahaamad) (3 yrs)
Mahaamar's son was Devaapi (3 yrs)
Devaapi's son was Devadoot (3 yrs)
Devadoot's son was Gandharvsen (50 yrs) - then went to forest
Gandharvsen's son was Vikram (100 yrs)
Vikram's son was Devbhakt (10 yrs) - was killed by Shak
Devbhakt's son was Shaalivaahan (60 yrs) - won Shak people
Shaalivaahan's son was Shaalihotra (50 yrs)
Shaalihotra's son wa Shaalivardhan (50 yrs)
Shaalivardhan's son was Shakhantaa
Shakhantaa's son was Suhotra (50 yrs)
Suhotra's son was Havirhotra (50 yrs)
Havirhotra's son was Indrapaal (50 yrs) -  inhabited Indraavatee (Indore) and ruled from there
Indrapaal's son was Maalyavaan (50 yrs)  - inhabited Maalyavatee Puree and ruled from there.
    He had no rains for four years, the he worshipped Shaalgraam. He had nothing to offer Him
    as Naivedya, so he picked up a few grains of grain lying somewhere and worshipped Him
    from them only. Pleased with his Bhakti a Divine voice said - "From today your descendents
    will never experience short of rains."

Maalyavaan's son was Shambhudatt
Shambhudatt's son was Bhaum Raaj
Bhaum Raaj's son was Vats Raaj
Vats Raaj's son was Bhoj Raaj
Bhoj Raaj's son was Shambhudatt (40 yrs)
Shambhudatt's son was Bindupaal (40 yrs) - built Bindu Khand kingdom and ruled there
Bindupaal's son was Raajpaal
Raajpaal's son was Maheenar
Maheenar's son was Somvarmaa
Somvarmaa's son was Kaamvarmaa
Kaamvarmaa's son was Bhoomipaal - he dug a pond and inhabited a city beside it. He won many
    kings and became famous as Veer Sinh. In the end he went to forest.
Bhoomipaal's son was Rangpaal
Rangpaal's son was Kalp Sinh - he didn't have any child. Once he went to take bath in Gangaa
    River, there he gave donations to Dwi-Jaati in a happy mood. Seeing that Kalp Kshetra
    without people, he built a city there named Kalaap. He ruled there and got a son by the grace of Gangaa River.
Kalp Sinh's son was Gangaa Sinh (90 yrs) - he died in Kurukshetra.

Thus Pramar Vansh ended here. Whoever were born in his family were born as Varnsankar and they were of Vaishya Vritti and lived like Mlechchh. These were the kings of south.

* Note - Smith etc historians have not found any clue to the period from Aandhra kings' ruling period to Harshvardhan's ruling period. It is called dark period. But here whatever kings have been described, may be taken as the account of the same 400 years.

* My Note - Everybody knows that Mahaabhaarat war occurred in the end of Dwaapar Yug, and the last Aandhra king Gangaa Sinh died in Kurukshetra war, it means all his ancestors were in Dwaapar Yug? Rishi are asking Soot Jee about kings in Kali Yug.

Raajpootaanaa and Delhi Kings (Chauhaan Vansh)

Soot Jee said - "Vayahaani (Chapahaani or Chauhaan) named king ruled in Madhya Desh, and inhabited Ajamer built by Brahmaa Jee. 

Vayahaani (10 yrs)
Vayahaani's son was Tomar - he worshipped Shiv for one year and got Indraprasth city. His
     descendents are known as Tomar Vansh.
Tomar's youngest son was Chayahaani (Chauhaan) (7 yrs) - got famous as Saamaldev
Saamaldev's son was Mahaadev (7 yrs)
Mahaadev's son was Ajaya
Ajaya's son was Veer Sinh (50 yrs)
Veer Sinh's son was Bindusur (25 yrs)
Bindusur's son was Veervihaattak (50 yrs) - Bindusur had a daughter also named as Veeraa
    - she was married to Vikram.

Veervihaattak's son was Maanikya (50 yrs)
Maanikya's son was Mahaasinh (50 yrs)
Mahaasinh's son was Chandragupt (25 yrs)
Chandragupt's son was Prataapvaan
Prataapvaan's son was Mohan (30 yrs)
Mohan's son was Shwetaraaya
Shwetaraaya's son was Naagavaah
Naagavaah's son was Lohdhaar
Lohdhaar's son was Veersinh
Veersinh's son was Vibudh (50 yrs)
Vibudh's son was Chandraraaya (50 yrs)
Chandraraaya's son was Harihar (50 yrs)
Harihar's son was Vasant (50 yrs)
Vasant's son was Balaang (50 yrs)
Balaang's son was Pramath (50 yrs)
Pramath's son was Angaraaya (50 yrs)
Angaraaya's son was Vishaal (50 yrs)

Vishaal's son was Shaarngdev (50 yrs)
Shaarngdev's son was Mantradev (50 yrs)
Mantradev's son was Jayasinh (50 yrs) - he inhabited Jayapur city
Jayasinh's son was Aanand Dev (50 yrs)
Aanand Dev's son was Someshwar - he married the daughter of Anangpaal - Keertimaalinee.

Anangpaal had three sons - the eldest son Dhundhukaar became the king of Mathuraa,
    the middle one Krishn Kumaar got the kingdom of his father, and the youngest one
    Maheeraaj (Prithveeraaj) became the ruler of Delhi.

Prithveeraaj was killed by Sahoddeen (Sanskrit translation of Shaahabuddeen Goree) by cheating.



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