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JATS
Who were the Jats?
Churaman was a zamindar of Sinsini and the real founder of Jat state of Bharatpur in Rajasthan, India.
He was son of Bhajja Singh and younger brother of Raja Ram Jat.
He was the first unanimously elected leader of Jats in 1695.
He made Jats a political power in India.
Suraj Mal Haveli
Suraj Mal Haveli is build in typical bangladar style.
The buildings were modelled on architectural forms first associated with royalty under Shah Jahan.
bharatpur fort
Bharatpur fort was built in traditional style.
It does not have flamboyance associated to forts but it generates an aura of strength and magnificance.
The sandy ramparts were strengthened by sandy battlements, the enemy guns proved of no avail.
QUESTION'S
done by olivya,athira,beulah and varsha.
(group of ring of fire)
Suraj Mal or Sujan Singh was ruler of Bharatpur in Rajasthan, India.
He was the adopted son of one of the nephews of Churaman.
He is known as "the Plato of the Jat people" by a historian and by a modern writer as the "Jat Odysseus".
SURAJ MAL
the Jats under the leadership of churaman acquired control over the territories situated to the west of delhi.
the jats were prosperous agricultural community and controlled places such as panipat and ballabharg.
Under Suraj Mal the jat reached the pinnacle of their glory and the kingdom of bharatpur emerged as a strong state.
the jats built many forts egs) bharatpur fort.
At dig, the jats built an elaborate garden palace.
dig in the was the capital of the jat rulers.
MIND MAP TIME!!!!!!!
JATS
1) what is the suraj mal haveli ?
2) What was the bharatpur fort and why was it so unique ?
3) list out any three important points of the jats.
4)The jats were a prosperous _________and
controlled places like _____ and ______.
5)At Dig the jats build a
6) Who was suraj mal? explain in one sentence.
7) under churaman the jats controlled territories situated to the

CHURAMAN
We took our information and pictures from the following sites-:
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_EOOwD2YI6Ow/TInlU6O8FlI/AAAAAAAAIfc/w4b3qPVxFA4/s1600/Churaman.jpg.
http://www.imagesofrajasthan.com/bharatpurimages/lohagarhfort13.jpg.
http://thinkingparticle.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/node-gallery-display/Kachahari%20Kalan%20old%20court
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suraj_Mal
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Churaman
the jats were prosperous agricultural community and controlled places such as panipat and ballabharg.
Under Suraj Mal the jat reached the pinnacle of their glory and the kingdom of bharatpur emerged as a strong state.
the jats built many forts.
Suraj Mal Haveli is castle build in typical bangladar style.
Bharatpur fort was built in traditional style.
It does not have flamboyance associated to forts but it generates an aura of strength and magnificance.

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