Bengani


King Tejsingh Chauhan was king of Jetpur. His son prince Bangdeva was blind. With the blessings of Jain Acharya he got the sight, so he converted himself on Oswal as per the promise. His family was named Bengani.

According to Mahajan Vansh Muktaval Acharya Yashodave Suri had arrived in Jetpur in V. 700. Prince Bangdave was blind. King Jetsing Chauhan requested the Acharys to cure him. When king promised that if Bangdave got the sight then he would permit him to convert himself Oswal. Acharya cured him with the help of Divine power. Kuldevi of this gotra is Shri Bhahamani Mata of Bhuval Village. Its sub-gotra is Bavaria.

 

Bengani Seth Jivanmalji-Ladnu

            Seth Jivanmalji arrived at Calcutta and traded in Jute Buisness. He earned a lot of money and purchased an estage at Kashipur.  He became the king of Jute industry. People used to say, “Today’s jute rate is such and such, but Jivanmal will dictate tomorrow’s rate.” He had five sons named Chandanmal, Janwrimal, Hathimal, Motimal and Surajmal.

 

Bengani Seth Inderchand – Ladnu

            Bengani Jeetmalji left Jaipur and settled at Ladnu. His son Shrichandji was father of three sons named Jivanmalji, Inderchandji, and Balchandji. Seth Inderchandji dug a well ‘Indersagar’ at Ladnu for the use of general public. This well became very popular. People used to say ‘Indersager ko ek Gharo, Zakh mare Sonar ro Kado” It means that a pot full of water of Indersagar is more valuable than a bangle of gold.

Kuldevi of Bengani

Shree Brahmani Mata


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Shree Brahmani Mata


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