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Marwar

Marwar kigdom(Jodhpur State) was located in western Rajasthan state.

Mandore, Jodhpur were the capitals of the Marwar of kingdom.

The kingdom was ruled by Gurjara Pratiharas(upto 13th centrury) and Rathors(1226-1949).

In the 6th century, the Gurjara Pratihara established a kingdom in Marwar with a capital at Mandore.

Rathores fled west after capture of Kannauj by the Delhi Sultanate.

Siyaji, grandson of Jai Chandra, the last Gahadvala king of Kannauj, came to Marwar on a pilgrimage and his followers settled there to protect the Brahmin community from the raids of marauding bands.

Rao Chanda, tenth in succession from Siyaji, finally wrested control of Marwar from the Gurjara Pratiharas.

Rao Jodha founded the city of Jodhpur in 1459. It was the capital of Rathors.

In 1561 the kingdom was invaded by the Mughal emperor Akbar.

Rao Malladeva (ruled 1532–1562) was forced to submit to Mughal emperor.

Marwar was brought under direct Mughal administration from 1581 to 1583.

The Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb invaded Marwar in 1679.

Jodhpur was a princely state during the period of British rule in India.