Baldota singhi


In V. 109 Acharya Shri Pradhyotan Suri enlightened Shri Chahad Deva in Ramseen CNy and converted him into Oswals. His son was Balatdeva. The family of Balatdeva was named Baldota. He also established a village named Baldota. His descendants built a jain temple at Chitorgarh. Shah Rupa Baldota organized a grand Sangh for Shatrunjaya. The expenditure of this Sangh came to Rs. 99,000/– It is said that the total expenditure was incrrued by his Muslim friend Haji Khan. On this occasion, he was awarded the title of ‘Singi’ Kuldevi of this gotra is Shri Arbuda Devi of Mount Abu.

 

Singhi Hulaschand ji - Calcutta

            In V. 1900 Babu Hulaschand established his business in Calcutta under the name Harisingh Nihalchand. He undertook many social tasks. Mughal Emperor Bahadurshah praised him and awarded the title of ‘Rao’ and a ring of emerald. He adopted Babu Nihalchand the son on Dalchand Choradia of Sardarshahar. He established a Jute Sellers Association in Calcutta. He is called the 1st Rajasthani Industralists of W. Bengal. He also  developed the mineral mines at many places. His estates were at 24 Paragna, Rangpur, Purnia and Malda.

Singhi Bahadursingh ji

            He was born in V. 1942. He had a good library. Many Arabian and Persian books were there in his library. He had a good collection of coins of Hun, Kushal, Gupta and Mughal times.

            He was elected President of Jain Swetamber conference Bombay of V. 1986. He established Singhvi Jain Vidhyapeeth. Here various books were also published under the series ‘Singhi Jain Granthmala.

            His son Shri Rajendra Singh was sent as the representeative of Poland in India.

 

Singhi Seth Moolchand – Varshi (Tamil Nadu)

            His main business is Banking. He built a hospital and donated it to be Society for running it. He also took part in the building of Jain Temples, Dharmshalas and Schools. People call him ‘Danveer Seth’. He was appointed Honorary Magistrate I V. 1969.

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