Acharya Shri Jindutta Suri elightened Rathore Jambdeo of Garh sivana in V. 1475. According to “Mahajan Vansh Muktavali” of Yati Ramlalji, Rao Chudaji had 14 sons. All the 14 sons, were the ruler of separate states. There is a state of Khabuva near Ratlam, where Jambdeva and his sons were the rulers. In V. 1575 Acharya Shri Jinbhadra Suri arrived in that city. King Khambdeva knew that his parents were much obliged to the Jain Acharyas, so he welcomed the Acharya.
At that time Emperor of Delhi sent the following order to Jambdeva, “You are a very powerful king, and Bhiyan and Tatia Bheels are dangerous dacoits. They had created nuisance in Gujrat, so you arrest them and produce them in my court. If you succeed in it, I would honour, you and hand over the state of Bheels to you.”
The king therefore, went to the Acharya and requested to help him, so that he could arrest the Bheels. Acharya placed the condition that if he gave his kingdom to one son and agreed to convert the rest of the sons to non-violence and to Oswal Jains, then alone he could help him.
Jambdeva agreed to the condition. Then the Acharya gave a ‘mantrit talisman’ (Tabeej) and said, “Tie it on your body, you will get no harm and in the battle. Jambdeva though that if he tied it on his arm, it might fall down, so he made a cut in the thigh of his son and pressed the miraculous thing in it.”
Jambdeva got success. He arrested the Bhils and handed them over to the Delhi emperor. The Emperor honoured him and handed over to him the State of bhills in Jhabua which are still I Khabua District.
The King handed over the kingdom to his elder son and converted the rest of his sons into Oswal Jains. He had four sons. The name of rest three sons were, Jhaambak, Khamad and Khambak and these became the gotras of their respective families.
Acording to Bharat ka Prachin Rajvansh of Pandit Visweshwar Nath Reu, on page 363 it is mentioned that Jhabava City was established by Jahbbu of Labana caste in v. 1664 and after his death the Emperor Jahangir handed over this Estate to Shri Kesarji Rathore. If this is true then how is it possible that Khamber ji established it in 1575? In fact, in V. 988 Acharya Sarv Dev suri enlightened Rathore JAgmal Ji etc. of Hatundi. Acharya Sarv Dev Suri was in the pedigree of Nagpuria Tapagachha.
According to ‘Jammad Itihas Ke Darpan Men’ written by smt. Sirekanwar Jammad, the original person of this gotra was ‘Jamsen’ He was related to Shri Uppaldeo, the King of Upkeshpur Pattan. JAmsen was 17th in the pedigree of Uppaldeo. The pedigree is as under :
1. Uppaldeo 2. Kanwarpal 3. Indrajeet 4. Mamal
5. Gandharvsen 6. Vikramaditya 7. Vishan 8. Bhojraj
9. Ajairaj 10. Palansingh 11. Aalansingh 12. Randhaval
13. Udaideep 14. Jagdave 15. Jasdhaval 16. Dhundhumar
17. Jamesen 18. Gayadrao 19. Vaghrao 20. Bherusingh
21. Vikrampal 22. Mamal 23. Jasdhaval 24. Shankarpal
25. Ganpal 26. Nathmal 27. Badanmal 28. Kanwandas
29. Kapoorchand 30. Raimal 31. Bhagwandas 32. Narayandasji
33. Jawaharmal 34. Jeevandas 35. Aalamchand 36. Dashrathpal
37. PAdmsingh 38. Kocharpal 39. Kanwarpal 40. Manjal
41. Shyamo 42. Hirachand 43. Premraj 44. Udaichand
45. Raisingh 46. Sanwatsingh 47. Thakursingh 48. Umedsingh
49. Khetseedas 50. Kaluram 51. Mangalchand 52. Milapchand/Roopchand
Kuldevi of these gotras is Shri Sachyaya mata.
Shri Shankarpalji is 24th in the pedigree. He left Osiya in v. 1121 and settled at Aaisar, thn Kanwarpalji settled in Merta in v. 1407 Narayandasji left Merta and settled at Kishangarh. In V. 1632 Padmasinghji left Kishangarh and settled at Taliasar. Khetseedasji left toliasar and settled at Sardarshahar in V. 1896.