Aayaria


Bhatti abheysingh was the ruler of sindh province in the 12th century. There were 1000 villages in the province. In V. 1185 Acharya shri jindutt suri was rambling in the forest of sindh. In the noon a monk of the Acharya’s group went out in search of alms. As soon as the monk entered the city, he found that a procession of king was passing through the gate. They were going for hunting. The king thought that meeting a monk was a bad omen so he shot the monk dead. But it was a miracle that the bullet became a flower and fell at the feet of the monk. The king exclainmed at this wonder. He fell at the feet of the monk. The monk said,  “This magic is my Acharya’s who is sitting in the jungle, so please go in his shelter.” The King was more delighted to hear this. He thought that when the disciple was so wonderful, then his teache should be just marvelous. He immediately went into the jungle and met the Acharya and requested him to forgive him for the wrongful act. Acharya reacted to him the point that hunting is a sin. “ It is not the duty of a Kshatriya to give trouble to any creature and hunting is a sin.” The King was surprised and he wondered as to how the Acharya had come to know that we were going for hunting.

            At that time a furious storm came. It rained heavily. Those were the symptoms of heavy floods in the areas adjoining the river Sindhu. It was a dangerous sign of ruination of the whole Sindh Province. The King was frightened. He requested the Acharya to do something for their safety.

            The  Acharya placed the condition that if all the Bhatis of Sindh Province left their cult of violence and their caste of Rajputs and became Mahajan, only then he could do the needful. The Acharya named their gotra ‘Aariya’, as he uttered word “aya hrahya” in his mantra.

            In the sventh generation of King Abhaysingh was a king who agreed to the proposal of the Acharya. Then the Acharya uttered some Mantras. All were surprised to find that there was no sing of storm any more. All the Bhatis of Sindh became Mahajans. Acharya named their gotra ‘Acharya’

            In the history of Oswals it is mentioned that Acharya Kakksuri of Upkeshgachh enlightened Bhati Gosal and named their gotra ‘Aariya’ Linashah was there in the pedigree of Abheysingh Bhati. He settled in City Guda of Marwar. Acharaya Devgupta Suri enlightened him and  named his gotra ‘Lunawat’.

            Kuldevi of this gotra is Shri Sundha Mata Near Jasvantpura.    

Kul Devi:

Sundhamata


lqU/kk ioZr dh izkphu lqjax ls tqM+h xqQk esa nsoh dk eafnj gSA] ftls lqU/kk ekrk dk eafnj dgk tkrk gSA ;g LFky ikSjkf.kd LFkyh jgh gSA ;gk¡ f’koth us f=iqjklqj dk o/k djus gsrq ri’p;kZ dhA ;gk¡ dk T;ksfrZfyax ^HkweZoa’os’o* ds uke ls fo[;kr gSA ,slk ekuk tkrk gS fd Hkkj}kt _f"k dk vkJe ;gk¡ FkkA

      bl eafnj dk fuekZ.k 13 oh ‘'krkCnha esa gqvk FkkA lqU/kk ekrk /kMjfgr nsoh gS] vr% ;gk¡ dsoy flj dk gh iwtu gksrk gSA nksgk izfl) gSA

            lj lwa/kS] ij dksjVs] ix lwUnjyk ikrA

            vki pke.Mk bZljh] xys Qwyka jh ekyAA

      ;g eafnj iwokZfHkeq[kh gSA lhf<+;sa ikj djus ds i'pkr~ e.Mi vkrk gS tks 12 LrEHkksa ij fLFkr gSA blds iRFkjksa ij rjk’kh dh rqyuk nsyokM+k ds eafnjksa ls dh tk ldrh gSA e.Mi ds izFke xqgk d{k esa lqU/kk nsoh fojkteku gSA blds fudV ds d{kksa esa okjkgh] ujflagh] ‘'kkdEHkjh] oS’.koh] dkSekjh vkSj ,sUæh vkfn egk’kfDr;k¡ gSA

      ;g eafnj Hkhueky ls 25 fdyksehVj vkSj tloarjiqjk ls 12 fdyksehVj dh nwjh ij fLFkr gSA ioZr dh Å¡pkbZ djhc 2 fdyksehVj gS vkSj ;kf=;ksa dh lqfo/kk gsrq Mksfy;k¡ Hkh fdjk, ij miyC/k gSA ;kf=;ksa ds vkokl gsrq /keZ’kkyk vkSj gksVysa vkfn miyC/k gSA tgk¡ fu;fer Hkkstu dh O;oLFkk miyC/k jgrh gSA

      ;g ‘'kfDr LFky ,d VªLV }kjk lapkfyr gS] ftldh dk;Zdkfj.kh dk fuEukuqlkj xBu fd;k x;k gSA

1-    v/;{k       Jh ekyeflag nsoy xtkiqjk

2-   mik/;{k            Jh jkekjk;e iztkir

3-   ea=h         Jh rkjkpan tks’kh

4-   dks"kk/;{k     Jh jruyky vxzoky

5-   O;oLFkkid    Jh Hkxoku flag pkSgku

6-   lnL;        Jh gfjflag nsoy] Jh mdflag nsoy igkM+iqjk

 

      bl eafnj esa oS’kk[k] Hkknok vkSj dkfrZd ‘'kqDyk ,dkn’kh ls iwf.kZek rd esys yxrs gSA vf’ou ‘'kqDyk nleh ls iwf.kZek rd xjck u`R; dk vk;kstu gksrk gSA ;kf=;ksa ds vkokl vkSj Hkkstu dh O;oLFkk gSA

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