Descendants of Lord Rama | Vanshavali of Lord Rama
- Only Vaivasvat and a few sages’ clans expanded on the world after the flood. Ila, Ikshvaku, Kushanam, Arishta, Dhrishta, Narishyanta, Karusha, Mahabali, Sharyati, and Prishadha were Manu’s ten sons.
- Rama was born into the Ikshvaku family. This clan also included Jainism’s Tirthankara Nimi.
- Vikukshi, Nimi, and Dandaka were born to Manu’s second son Ikshvaku.
- In this way, Harishchandra Rohit, Vrisha, Bahu, and Sagara were born into this lineage.
- Ikshvaku was the ruler of the ancient Kaushal kingdom, which had Ayodhya as its capital.
Family Tree of Great Lord Rama
Guru Vashishtji depicted Rama’s family as follows in the Balkand of the Ramayana:
1. Brahma gave birth to Marichi.
2. Kashyapa was Marichi’s son.
3. Vivaswan by Kashyap and
4. Vivasvan changed his name to Vaivasvatmanu.
5. During the period of Vaivasvata Manu, there was a flood. Ikshvaku was one of Vaivasvatmanu’s ten sons.
6. Ikshvaku created the Ikshvaku clan by making Ayodhya his capital.
7. Ikshvaku’s son, Kukshi, was born.
8. Vikukshi was the name of Kukshi’s kid.
9. Baan, Vikukshi’s son, and
10. The sons of Baan became Anaranya.
11. Anaranya’s Prithu and
12. Prithu gave birth to Trishanku.
13. Dhundumar was the name of Trishanku’s kid.
14. Yuvanashva was the name of Dhundhumar’s son.
15. Yuvanashva’s sons became Mandhata, and
16. Susandhi was born from Mandhata.
17. Dhruvasandhi and Prasenjit were Susandhi’s two sons.
18. Bharata was the son of Dhruvasandhi.
19. Bharata have a son named Asit.
20. Sagar was Asit’s son. Sagara, the king of Ayodhya, had a magnificent figure.
21. Asmanj was the name of Sagara’s son.
22. Asmanj’s son Anshuman
23. Anshuman’s son Dilip.
24. Dilip’s son became Bhagiratha, and Bhagiratha was the one who brought Ganga to earth.
25. Kakutstha was Bhagirath’s son, and
26. Raghu was Kakutstha’s son. The name of this dynasty was changed to Raghuvansh after Raghu, who was a great and powerful ruler. The Rama family is also known as Raghukul.
27. Raghu’s boys nurtured old.
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28. Shankhana was one of Pravriddha’s sons,
29. Sudarshan was one of Shankhana’s sons.
30. Sudarshan’s son, Agnivarna, was named after him.
31. Shatiga, Agnivarna’s son, and
32. Shattiga’s son perished.
33. Prashushruka, the son of Maru, and
34. Ambarish, the son of Prashushruka.
35. Ambareesh’s son’s name was Nahush.
36. Yayati was Nahusha’s son.
37. Yayati’s sons got dissatisfied.
38. Aja was the name given to Nabhag’s son.
39. Aja’s son was Dasharatha, and
40. As per Valmiki Ramayana, Dasharath had 4 sons: Rama, Bharata, Lakshmana, and Shatrughna. 1-72 of the Valmiki Ramayana
41. Bharat had two sons, Taraksha and Pushkar.
42. Chitrangada and Chandraketu were Lakshmana’s sons,
43. Subahu and Surasena were Shatrughna’s sons.
44. Shurasen was the previous name for Mathura.
43. Ram and Sita had twin sons, Luv and Kush.
44. When Rama chose to take Vanaprastha and intended to perform Bharata’s coronation, Bharata refused. As a result, Kush in the South Kosal region of Chhattisgarh and Luv in the North Kosal were declared holy.
45. The kingdom of Kosala was divided into Uttar Kosala and Dakshin Kosala even during Rama’s time. Rama granted his son Luv the kingdom of Sharavati and Kush the kingdom of Kushavati, according to Kalidasa’s Raghuvansh.
46. If Sharavati is considered Shravasti, then the kingdoms of Lava and Kush were most likely in North India and South Kosala, respectively. Kushavati, in today’s Bilaspur district, was Kush’s capital.
47. Kaushalya, Rama’s mother, is said to have been born in Kosala.
48. Raghuvansh claims that Kush had to traverse Vindhyachal to get to Ayodhya, indicating that his realm was in South Kosala.
49. King Luv, whose dynasty included the Burgujars, Jayas, and Sikarvars, gave birth to the Raghav Rajputs. The Sisodia Rajput dynasty, which included monarchs from the Baichla (Baisla) and Gehlot (Guhil) dynasties, was the dynasty’s second branch. Kushwaha (Kachwah) Rajputs are descended from Kush.
50. According to legend, Luv established the city of Lavpuri, which is now known as the city of Lahore in Pakistan.
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51. In the fort, there is also a love temple.
52. Later on, Lavpuri was renamed Lohapuri. Laos, a Southeast Asian country, and Lobpuri, a Thai city, are both named after him.
53. The lineage of Kush progressed in both Rama’s sons, then from Kush, from Atithi, from Nishadhan, from Nabha, from Pundarika, from Kshemandhwa, from Devanik, from Ahinaka, from Ruru, from Pariyatra, from Dal, from Chaal, Uktha. Vajranabh, Gana, Vyushitasva, Vishwasah, Hiranyanabha, Pushya, Dhruvasandhi, Sudarshana, Agrivarna, Padmavarna, Quickly, Maru, Prayushruta, Udavasu, Nandivardhana, Saketu, Vajranabh, Gana, Vyushitasva, Vishwasah, Sudar Sirdhwaja was born from Devarat, Brihaduktha, Mahavirya, Sudhriti, Dhrishtaketu, Haryava, Maru, Pratindhaka, Kutiratha, Devamidha, Vibudh, Mahadhriti, Kirtirat, Maharoma, Swarnaroma, and Hrswaroma.
54. The Kush dynasty’s King Sirdhwaja had a daughter named Sita.
55. The Suryavansh went even farther, with the son of a king named Kriti becoming Janak, a yoga practitioner.
56. The Kushwaha, Maurya, Saini, and Shakya sects are thought to have originated with the Kush dynasty.
56. According to study, there were surgery in the 50th generation of Luv and Kush who fought on the side of the Kauravas in the Mahabharata battle. If Lav and Kush are to be counted, they occurred between 2500 and 3000 years before the Mahabharata period, or 6,500 to 7,000 years ago.
57. Apart from that, following surgery, Bahtakshaya, Urukshya, Batsdroha, Prativyom, Divakar, Sahadeva, Dhruvascha, Bhanurath, Pratashva, Supratip, Marudev, Sunakshatra, Kinnarashrav, Antriksh, Sushena, Sumitra, Brihadraja, Dharma, Kritjjaya, V It is thought that individuals who call themselves Shakyavanshi are also Shri Ram’s descendants.
58. As a result, it was established that current Rajput clans such as Sisodia, Kushwaha (Kachwah), Maurya, Shakya, Baichla (Baisla), and Gehlot (Guhil) are all descended from Lord Shri Ram.
59. Maharani Padmini of Jaipur and her family members are descended from Kush, Rama’s son.
60. Maharani Padmini claimed that her husband Bhavani Singh was the 309th descendant of Kush on an English channel.
61. When it comes to the family’s history, Maharaj Mansingh, who was born on August 21, 1921, married three times. Mansingh married three times, the first time to Marudhar Kanwar, the second time to Kishore Kanwar, and the third time to Gayatri Devi.
62. Maharaja Mansingh’s first wife gave birth to a son named Bhawani Singh. Princess Padmini was Bhavani Singh’s wife. However, neither of them have a son; they do have a daughter, Diya, who is married to Narendra Singh. Padmanabh Singh is Diya’s elder son, and Lakshyaraj Singh is Diya’s younger son.
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Are Muslims Also Lord Ram’s Descendants?
- Despite the fact that Shri Ram’s forebears include several monarchs and maharajas. The Kushwaha dynasty has some Muslim tribes in Rajasthan. All of them were forced to convert during the Mughal period, yet they still consider themselves to be Lord Shri Ram’s ancestors.
- Similarly, the inhabitants of Mewat’s Dahangal gotra are Lord Rama’s descendants, while Muslims in Mewat’s Chirklot gotra are Yaduvanshi.
- There are other Muslim villages or clans associated with Ram’s heritage in Rajasthan, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, and Delhi, among other places.