Bardia


According to Mahajan Vansh Muktawali yati Ramlal ji wrote a story of the origin of this gotra which is as under :-

            There was a King Bhoj Parmar in the state Dhara. He had twelve sons named Nihagpal, Talanpal, Tejpal, Tihuanpal, Anangpal, Potepal, Gopal, Laxmanpal, Mandanpal, Kumarpal, Kirtipal and Jayantpal. After the death of Raja Bhoj Parmar they all left Dhara and settled at Mathura so they began to be called Mathur. Gopal and Laxmanpal had many big farms. Acharya shri Nemichand Suri arrived in his city in V. 954. Laxmanpal was much impressed by the Acharya and he used to listen his discourse daily. One day he requested the Acharya Sayin “Sir! I have neither money nor any son, so it is useless to live long. If I get both these things by virtue of your blessing, I will follow all your orders and will do things as per your instructions. Ten Acharya said, “It you promise that all your sons will be my followers and become Oswals then I can bless you to become a father of three sons”.

            With the blessings of the Acharys he became the father of three sons named Yashodhar, Narayan and Mahichand. His son Narayan married and when his wife was pregnant, she went to her father’s house for the delivery. She gave birth to a boy and a girl, the boy was snakeshaped. She returned with both children at her father-in-law’s house in the winter season. The snake shaped boy used to slop, at the fire- place, in the ash. One early in the morning his sister came to the fire place to boil the water, she did not see her brother and lighted the fire so snake shaped boy wasburnt and died and became a Vyantar Deva and began to trouble the whole family. Mainly he used to trouble his sister. From that day onwards the girls of the family did not love happily.

            Acharya Shri Udhyotan Suri arrived in his city in V. 954 and gave him a boon; From that dy onwards h was rid of the trouble of the Vyantar Deva. His gotra was named ‘Vardia’ or ‘Bardia’ Kuldevi of this gotra is Shri Arbudadevi of Mount Abu.

            Bardia Bairsee was the Diwan of state of Jaisalemer. His family looked after the temples of Jaisalmer. Bardia Dipa constructed a Jain Temple of Lord Mahaveer in Jaisalmer city in V. 1413. Bardia Ramingh was also a well known person of Jaisalmer region.

            Acharys Shri Udyyotan Suri arrived in his city in V. 954 and gave him a boon; From that day onwards he was rid of the trouble of the Vyantar Deva. His gotra was named ‘Vardia’ or ‘Bardia’. Kuldevei of this gotra is Shri Arbudadevi of Mount Abu.

Bardia Bairse was the Diwan of State of Jaisalmer. His family looked after the temples of Jaisalmer. His family looked afte the temples of Jaisalmer. Bardia Dipa constructed a Jain Temple of Lord Mahaveer in Jaisalmer city in V. 1413. Bardia Ramsingh was also a well known person of Jaisalner region.

 

Baradia Samrashah – Jaisalmer

            He was Diwan of Jaisalmer state. His son Moolrajji was also Diwan of Jaisalmer. Shri Tejpal Bardia was the Treasurar of the State. This family was responsible for management of Jain temples of Jaisalmer.

 

Bardia Shri Bhojraj

            11th in the pedigree of Moolrajji was Bhojrajji. The family of Bhojrajji is named ‘Bhoja-Mehta’.

 

Bardia Shri Manaklal Udaipur

            He was the first graduate of his family. He was Magistrate of Indore state. He had two sons named Hiralal and Jawaharlal.

 

Bardia Bherolal Narsinghpura

            He was an advocate of Narsinghpur. He was Secretary of Central India Oswal Maha-Sabha. He published ‘Hindi Granth Mala’

 

Bardia Shri Manmal Gambhirmal – Dhamtari (CG)

            He is originally a resident of Biramsar (Jaisalmer). He deals in Gold and Silver Ornaments at Dhamtari. He is the President of Shri Jain Swetamber Murtipujak Sangh Dhamtari.

Kul Devi:

Shree Arbuda Devi/Shree Adhar Devi


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