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Hingarh family has a very rich history and preserving its legacy is our duty, not only towards our ancestors, but also for the generations to come. In order to achieve this, the best suited idea was to put it in the form of a website. It’s easily accessible to all and as and when more data is collected from more contributors, it can be incorporated without much hassle. 

As per the known timeline of Hingarh Family, it’s established that it originally hailed from the towns of Ghanerao and Nadol. However, Rani Station plays an important role in their history. This is because Hingarhs had migrated to Rani Station in pursuit of trade and livelihood. Eventually they were identified by this Town. An area in Rani Station is named Hingarh Mohalla and is spread over 8 lakh square Feet. Hingarh family established trading of goods in Rani Mandi (Market of Rani Station) and played a key role in bringing Rani-station to prominence. Not just trade, they also conducted philanthropic activities.

Hingarhs are descendants of Shri Teloji Hingarh. He is our forefather many generations ago. Sadly, except his and his descendant’s names, there is no record of their occupation and life in general. A very conclusive record of Hingarh Family begins from the time of Shri Chandrabhanji Hingarh. 

Today, Hingarhs have spread out to Calcutta, Mumbai, Chennai, Vijayawada, Pune, Hubli, USA and Japan to explore further business opportunities.

Hingarh family has its roots in the Chauhan dynasty but very little is known in detail about its forefathers. The family tree begins with Teloji Hingarh but it is from the time of Shri Chandrabhanji Hingarh that facts can be stated with certainty.  

Shri Chandrabhanji Hingarh and his predecessors hailed from Ghanerao and Nadol. His eldest son, Shri Laxmichandji Hingarh and the rest of the family later migrated to Rani Station in pursuit of trade and livelihood. Hingarh family at Rani-Station was famous in the Gorwar region and were close to the King of Jodhpur & Udaipur and Thakurs of Ghanerao and other Thakurs. 

Shri Lakshmichandji Hingarh was designated to be the Sarkaar of Gorwar Region. The kingdom of Jodhpur dynasty was huge and the area under its jurisdiction was so large that it was not possible for the king to control the entire region and collect taxes. As a solution to this problem, the King of Jodhpur divided the kingdom in 23 regions. In each region he appointed a Thakur/Sarkaar. These Thakurs/Sarkaars had charismatic personalities, were wealthy and yielded authority and power in their respective regions. They were assigned the task to solve basic problems of the general public, contribute to the development of their region and collect taxes.

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As a result of his efficient governance, Shri Laxmichandji, was tremendously popular amongst the local public. He was also a very able merchant trader and it was due to his efforts that the Hingarh Families’ 8 HUF businesses thrived in Rani Station. There are many popular stories of the influence and command of Hingarh family in the trading scene of Gorwar Region.

Jogmaya Chaumundaji Mata is the Kuldevi of Hingarh Family and a temple was made by the family to honour her. This beautiful temple, fondly called “Chamunda mata ka Manidr” was built 150 years ago. In present times also, it’s a tradition to visit this Mandir to celebrate auspicious occasions and new beginnings and take Mata’s blessings for the same.

A hospital was built by Hingarhs in Rani Station as part of their Philanthropic activity. The hospital and its surrounding land measuring 25000 sq ft (2322 sqm) were donated to the Government. Till date it is called Rajkiya Hingarh Samudayik Hospital. Once the hospital was donated, local residents of Rani Station contributed to the enhancement of facilities and renovation of the hospital.

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