Mukne dynasty

Mukne Dynasty or Mukane Dynasty (also spelled as Mukna, Mookna, Mookne, and Mukni) was the ruling dynasty of the Jawhar State. Koli chief Jayabha Mukne founded it in the middle of the 14th century.[1][2][3] It traces its origin from Mukane. The Mukne Dynasty ruled Jawhar for six hundred years, up until 1947.

Mukne Dynasty
Former Monarchy
Flag of Mukne Dynasty
Coat of arms of Mukne Dynasty
Nickname(s): 
Jawhar Dynasty
Map of Jawhar State in Thana Agency, British India
Map of Jawhar State in Thana Agency, British India
Founded byNayak Jagappa Mukne
Named forMukne Village
Maharaja Yashwantraoji Martandraoji Mukne, The Last Maharaja of Jawhar State seating at fourth chair in second row in the meeting of the Chamber of Princes on 17/03/1941, New Delhi, India

RulersEdit

Naik (Nayaka or Polygar)Edit

Raja and Shah (Recognised by Muhammad bin Tughluq)Edit

  • 1400 – 1422 Nem Shah Mukne-I (Dulbarao) Mukne
  • 1422 – 1435 Bhimshah (Bhimrao) Mukne
  • 1435 – 1490 Deobar Rao Mukne (Mohamedshah) Mukne
  • 1490 – 15** Krishnashah - I Krishnarao Mukne
  • 15** – 1600 Nemshah - II Mukne
  • 1640 – 1678 Vikram Shah Mukne - I
  • 1678 – 1792 Patangshah - I Mukne
  • 1792 – 17** Krishnashah - II Malojirao Mukne
  • 17** – 1798 Vikramshah - II Gangadharrao Mukne
  • 1798 – 1821 Vikramshah - III
  • 1821 – Jun 1865 Patangshah - III Hanumantrao Mukne
  • 29 Jun 1865 - Jul 1865 Vikramshah - IV Madhavrao Mukne
  • Jul 1865 – 1905 Patangsha - IV Vikramshah Mukne
  • 1905 – 1917 Patangshah - IV Malharrao Mukne

His Highness RajaEdit

His Highness MaharajaEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Trove of tribal treasures". Deccan Herald. 15 June 2019. Retrieved 4 August 2019.
  2. ^ Nairne, Alexander Kyd (1988). History of the Konkan. Asian Educational Services. ISBN 9788120602755.
  3. ^ Elison, William (2018). The Neighborhood of Gods: The Sacred and the Visible at the Margins of Mumbai. University of Chicago Press. ISBN 9780226494906.