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SOLANKI RAJPUT

SOLANKI RAJPUT




               The Solanki are a Hindu Agnivanshi Rajput clan of Gurjar stock who ruled parts of western and central India between the 10th and 13th centuries. Solankis are descended from 6th Century Badami Chalukyas. The name Solanki comes from Chalukya the ancient Indian dynasty. During 543-566, Pulakesi I, established the kingdom at Vatapi (present-day Badami, Bagalkot District in North Karnataka of Karnataka). The Solanki clan-name is found within the Rajput and Gurjar community of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.


In Gujarat, Anhilwara (modern Siddhpur Patan) served as their capital. Gujarat was a major center of Indian Ocean trade, and Anhilwara was one of the largest cities in India, with population estimated at 100,000 in the year 1000. The Solankis were patrons of the great seaside temple of Shiva at Somnath in Kathiawar; Bhima Dev helped rebuild the temple after it was sacked by Mahmud of Ghazni in 1026. His son, Karandev, conquered the Bhil king Ashapall or Ashaval, and after his victory established a city named Karnavati on the banks of the Sabarmati River, at the site of modern Ahmedabad.

Solanki  
 

Devta
Vishnu Bhagwan, Saraswati
Gautra
Yajurveda
Kuldevi
Kheewanch(Khewanch)
Nadi
Saraswati
Pravar
Bhardwaj,Brahamspatya,Angaris
Shakha
Vajsenai/Madhyanandnini
Shakhae
24
Sutra
Paraskar Griha Sutra
Vansha
Agri Vansha
Veda
Bhardhwaaj and Manavya

 

Origin
Historians like Vincent Smith, Dr. K. Jamanadas and K. M. Munshi states that Solanki along with other Agnikula Kshatriyas are of Gurjar origin. Dr. Dashrath Sharma states that Solankis were of Brahmin origin, though from the work of other scholars it has been shown that Solankis were descendents of the Gujjars.
Establishment of the dynasty


            1.MULRAJA I
                   960/995 or 942/997
            2.CHAMUNDARAJA
                   |
             3.VALLBARAJA
                   |
           4.DURLABHARAJA ----- Unknown
                1009/1021         |
                              5.BHIMA DEV I 
                                  | 1021/1063+
         --------------------------
         |                        |
7.SIDHRAJA JAISINH        6.KARNA I [Karan Dev I]
                                  | 1063/1093
     1093/1143+                   |
                                  |
                            8.KUMARAPALA ----- Unknown (Brother)
                                   1143/1173      |
                                             9.AJAVAPALA
                                                       |
                                 --------------------------------
                                 |                              |
                         11.BHIMA DEV II (killed nephew)     Unknown (die while Ajavpal was alive)
                                | died 1242                     |
                         12.TRIBUVANPAL                        10.MULRAJA II
                                   1242/1244 


Mulraj
Mulraj (942-996) Solanki overthrew Samantsinh Chavda in 942 and set up what came to be known as the Solanki dynasty. Mulraj Solanki's father was Raji who probably ruled in Gurjaratra region around Jodhpur. Raji's marriage with Samantsinh Chavda's daughter does not have any bearing for invitation to Mulraj to take over Anhilvad pattan. Raji was a suba of king Mahipal Parihar of Kanyakubja. Raji seems to have related with king Mahipal by marrying his daughter. Losing his kingdom in attacks by Rashtrakut king Krishna III in 940, Mulraj moved southward from Gurjaratra region and took over Anhilvad Patan from Chavda rulers in 942. Mulraj was from Bhardwaj Gotra and Agnivanshi Kula. Mulraj married to Madhavi, a daughter of king Chauhan Bhoj. Initially, Mulraj's territory was around Siddhpur Patan. His son Chamund started taking responsibility during his ruling (977). He defeated Abhira king Grahripu of Saurashtra and Laxraj (Lakha Fulani) of Kutchh. He snatched Lat for some period from Barapp in one war. Shakambhari king Vigrahraj Chauhan defeated Mulraj. He got defeat from Malav King Munj Parmar (Vakpati II). After death of Munj in 995, Mulraj adorned self as “Param bhattarak maharajadhiraj parmeshawara”. His administration pattern was similar to Gupta's. He invited many learned Brahmins-Brambhatta and other castes to settle in Saraswat mandal.He bestow the land of Devasthali - sidhapur to brambhatta of kanshi -varanasi.Some brambhatta family are holding the same land in devsthali . He constructed several temples. He initiated construction of Rudra Mahalaya in Siddhpur. He was kind hearted, brave, smart and shred in ruling his kingdom. Considering need of situation, he was accepting defeat to save his kingdom. He died in 996. At the time of his death, his kingdom included Saraswat and Satyapur Mandals, Kutch and some territories of Saurashtra. Mulraj Solanki's reign marked the start of a period during which Gujarati culture flowered as manifested in art, architecture, language and script. It is described as the golden period of Gujarat's chequered history. Mulraj himself adopted the title of Gurjaresh (King of Gurjardesh) an aristocratic title. The territory under the sway of the Solankis came to be known by different variations of the word Gurjar like Gurjardesh, Gurjara-Rastra, Gurjaratra and finally Gujarat.


Chamund
Chamund (996-1009) could not extend his kingdom territory further. He tried to be independent from Malav king Sindhuraj (successor of Munj) but could not succeed. In the later years of his life, he lost his character (womanizer). His sister Chachinidevi dethroned him and gave it to his son Vallabhraj in 1009. Chamund ended his life by immersing in Narmada river near Shuklatirth.


Vallabhraj
Vallabhraj (1009 for six months) attacked King Sindhuraj's territory as soon as he became king. He died due to small pox in the war only.


Durlabhraj
Durlabhraj (1009-1022) (brother of Vallabhraj) could not extend father's kingdom much. He married the sister of Chauhan Baliraj's son Mahendra of Naddul. He was of good character. He invited Jain saints in his kingdom. He continued as Samant of Malav king Bhoj. After his death, his nephew Bhimdev (son of Nagraj) became king in 1022.


Bhimdev I
Modhera Sun Temple built by Bhimdev I.
Bhimdev I (1022-1063) was son of Durlabhraj's brother Nagraj . Bhimdev's mother was Laxmidevi, a princess of Chauhan of Naddul. Bhimdev was a mandlik of Malav king Bhoj. Sultan Mehmud of Gazani invaded Anhilpur pattan in December 1025. Bhimdev had to flee and take shelter in Kanthkot fort in Kutchh. In January 1026 Sultan Mehmud of Gazani attacked Somnath temple, demolished it completely. United army of all kings under leadership of King Bhoj chased Sultan Mehmud thereafter. He had to flee from the place to Gazani. Bhimdev was one of the foremost participant of the united army. Bhimdev and Bhoj jointly reconstructed Somnath temple. Bhimdev added Saurashtra, Kutchh, Abu and some parts of Khetak mandal and Mahimandals with his kingdom. Bhimdev became independent from Bhoj on his death in 1054. Bhimdev had married to Udaymati, a pricess of Saurastra Narvahan Khengar. He had also married to Bauladevi (also called Chauladevi) who was not a princess. Bhimdev had a son named Karndev from Udaymati and sons named Xemraj and Mulraj from Bauladevi. Mulraj died in very early age. Shantacharya and Suracharya were two Jain saints during his reign. Apart from reconstruction of Somnath, Delwada temples by Vimalshah, Modhera Sun Temple and Stepwell of Udaymati (Raniki vav) goes to Bhimdev's credit. Bhimdev died in 1064. Karndev (Bhimdev's son by Udaymati) came on the throne after Bhimdev's death.


Karndev
Karndev (1064-1094) (Bhimdev's son by Udaymati) came on the throne after Bhimdev's death. He is described as a very handsome king. As soon as he came to the throne, he made friendship with King Someshwar of Kalyani. Up to 1075, he added entire Lat in his kingdom. His territories were touching Konkan in south and Naddul in north. He married to Karnataka's king Tribhuvanmalla's friend Jaykeshi's daughter Mayanalladevi (Minaldevi). Jaykeshi was Konkan's suba. Karn had built many temples, lakes and cities like Karnavati. Shakambhari's king Dushshal chauhan defeated and killed Karn in a war. Malav king Laxmdev and Naddul king Joggal helped in defeating Karndev. Patan's condition was worse in the last days of Karandev. His son Jaysinh became Karandev's successor for the throne.


Siddhraj Jaisinh
The one name stand out in the Solanki dynasty is Siddhraj Jaysinh (1094-1143) also known as Siddhraj Solanki who was considered as the most prominent Solanki king. Siddhraj is said to have ascended the throne of Patan after the death of his Father Karandev. Patan's condition was worse in the last days of Karandev. The successors from his grand father Bhimdev's first wife Bauladevi tried their best to acquire the throne from child Jaysinh. His mother Minaldevi, Maha Mantri Santu and Munjal Mehta initially played a great part to deter the internal revolt and in establishing his rule and stability to Patan in Gujarat. Jaysinh came on throne in 1096. So the years between his father's death and his actual takeover might have been guarded by his mother and his mantris. In those initial days his mother along with child Jaysinh took shelter in Saurashtra in the guise of yatra to Somnath leaving administration of Patan to Mantri Shantu. Malav king Narvarma attacked Patan in those days. Mantri accepted Narvarma's Kingship for Jaysinh as Samant of Malva. Jaysinh afterwards strengthened himself getting rid of unwanted involvement of grandma's maternal side relatives, useless samants as well as mantris. He also weakened the successors from his grand father Bhimdev's first wife Bauladevi. He was after the life of Kumarpal, then successor of queen Bauladevi and probable candidate for patan's throne. Kumarpal hid himself from Jaysinh for more than 30 years. Apart from Saurashtra and Kachchh, Siddhraj Jaysinh had also conquered the Malwa defeating king Yashovarma and south Gujarat. The popular conception of Siddhraj mixes greatness and medieval callousness. One of the most prominent legends of the Gujarat bards is woven round the siege of Junagadh by Siddhraj' Jaysinh. Siddhraj wanted to marry the princess Ranakdevi, but his vassal, Ra Khengar, the Chief of Junagadh, married her before he could do so. An enraged Siddharaj attacked the mountain-fortress of Junagadh. It fell after Ra Khengar's nephews betrayed him. Ranakdevi refused Siddharaj's advances for marriage after he had killed her husband and two sons. She was forcibly brought to Wadhwan where she committed the ritual of Sati at this place to protect her honour. It is believed that her curse made Bhogavo, a local river, waterless, forever. Some historians doubt the authenticity of the story. He adorned the title of “Barbarak Jishnu” and also “Siddhraj” after controlling Bhil king Barbarak. He became Chakravarti after acquiring total control of the region under old Gurjar Chakravarti kings. He renovated and widened the lake constructed by Durlabhraj and named it as Sahastraling Lake. He constructed two lakes in the memory of his mother. He also renovated Rudramahal. He also features in the legend of Jasma Odan, a beautiful woman of the tank diggers' community-oudes, who were digging a new tank in Patan. Already married, she refused Siddhraj's advances and committed sati to protect her honour. It is believed that her curse made this tank waterless and the king without an heir to the kingdom of Gujarat. During Patan flourished in education, religion and commerce. He gave shelter to many scholars of different religion and castes. Other notable figures of his time included his, Prime Minister Munjal Mehta, Kak and leading Courtier Udayan Mehta. Siddhraj Jaysinh died in 1143. The throne remained without King for 18 days. Thereafter Kumarpal was suddenly declared King of Patan.


Kumarpal
Siddhraj Jaysinh did not have any son. His daughter's son Someshwar was brought up by him in Patan. But many Mantris like Dadak, Madhav, Sajjan and Udayan were of the opinion that decedent of Mulraj and Bhimdev should be made King of Patan. Siddhraj Jaysinh hated this proposal. Kumarpal (1144-1174) was the probable candidate being decedent of Bhimdev by his second wife Bauladevi (Xemraj->Devprasad->Tribhuvanpal->Kumarpal). Hence Kumarpal was under direct wrath of Siddhraj. Kumarpal had to flee and hide from Siddhraj for 30 years to save his life. Udayan Mehta and Hemchandracharya helped him during his exile. There were many internal fights for Patan's throne. After Siddhraj Jaysinh's death, Kumarpal was ultimately given throne of Patan in 1144. Kumarpal had to face much resistance. He along with his able mantries took harsh steps to subside the resistance. Many mantries opposing him were given death sentence. Krishnakumar was beaten and made blind. He suppressed revolts of many samants.
Kumarpal adopted Jain religion in 1160 along with Shiv religion. He became vegetarian and stopped animal slaughter. He built 1440 Jain Vihars. He renovated Somnath temple. In his old age he reduced interest in administration and left it to his faithful samants and mantries. Again internal conflicts for throne have surfaced. One of the group wanted Kumarpal's nephew Ajaypal (Mahipal's son) as a king. Ajaypal came on throne after a revolt in 1173. Perhaps Kumarpal died in early 1174 due to poison given to him.


Ajaypal
Kumarpal's nephew Ajaypal (1173-1176) (Mahipal's son) came on throne after a revolt in 1173. Ajaypal was very shrewd and merciless. Group associated with Hemchandracharya under leadership of Amrabhatt opposed Ajaypal. He got rid off all people connected to Kumarpal. Under his kingship Patan's rule remained from Gwaliar to Narmada river. He discouraged Jain saints and leaders. A pratihar named Vayjaldev injured Ajaypal with a dragger. Ajaypal died in 1176 due to this injury suffering a lot. His child son Mulraj was given Patan's throne on his death.


Mulraj II
Mulraj (1176-1178) was on the throne for two years. His mother Naikdevi along with child Mulraj pushed back Islamic army of Shahbuddin Ghori near Gadrar ghat war. Mulraj died in 1178. His brother Bhimdev II came on throne after him.


Bhimdev II
When Bhimdev (1178-1241) came to throne India was passing through a great turmoil. Gahadwal of Kanoj, Chandelas of Jejabhukti, Yadavs of Devgiri and Kalyani's Chalukyas were Bhimdev's (Patan's) stern enemies. Bhimdev remained in top of an allied royal army to fight Muijuddin Ghori and defeated him in 1178. Kutubuddin Aibak defeated Gujarat army near Abu in 1197. Bhimdev hid in an unknown place. But in 1199, he defeated Aibak and pushed him away from Patan. He adorned himself as “Abhinav Siddharaj” thereafter. Malav king Subhat varma invaded Gujarat in 1209. Bhimdev fled to either Saurashtra or Kutchh. Between 1209 and 1226, a brave Chalukya named Jaisinh/ Jayansinh took over the kingdom of Gujarat (Patan), probably to save Patan in absence of Bhimdev. In 1226, Bhimdev again came on the throne of Patan. Mantri Vastupal, Maha Mandleshwar Lavanprasad and his son Virdhaval played an important role in bringing Bhimdev to throne. They virtually ruled Patan even though Bhimdev was a king. In the old age of Bhimdev, Virdhaval's son Visaldev and Vastupal's brother Tejpal took the charge to rule Patan. Bhimdev died in 1241. His son, Tribhuvan pal, was made king after him.


Tribhuvan Pal
Tribhuvan Pal (1241-1244) was a king for namesake (Bhimdev II's son). In fact, Visaldev and Tejpal ruled Patan. During this period, Tejpal persuaded ambitious Visaldev from dethroning Tribhuvan pal and continue ruling in his name. Tribhuvan pal died in 1244. Visaldev took over the throne as a king. Thus the Solanki dynesty came to an end. Visaldev being a decedent from Arnoraj Vaghela's son Lavanprasad, Vaghela dynesty ruled Patan there after.


Later generations
After 1243, the Solankis lost control of Gujarat to their feudatories, of whom the Vaghela chiefs of Dholka came to dominate Gujarat. In 1297, Gujarat was conquered by the Delhi Sultanate.
Descendants of King Tribhuvanpal settled in Rajasthan under King Ranakdeo. His descendants settled in Lach village in Sirohi. Rao Lakha of Sirohi attacked King Bhoja 16 times and failed on every occasion. At last, Rao having assistance from Idar attacked Solankis and King Bhoja was killed in the 17th battle. His descendant Raimal Solanki went to Mewar where he was rewarded with Roopnagar (Desuri) Jagir for ridding out the district from troublesome Madrecha Chauhans. His descendants fought several times against Mughals with Maharanas of Mewar. From Roopnagar, Solankis spread throughout the Mewar and Marwar.


Baghel
Descendants of the Anhilwara Solankis ruled the state of Rewa, in the Bagelkhand region, the eastern part of present-day Madhya Pradesh. Vyaghra Deo, brother of the King of Gujarat, moved to Bagelkhand in the middle of the twelfth century, and obtained the fortress of Marpha, 18 miles northeast of Kalinjar. His son Karandeo married a Kalchuri (Haihaya) princess of Mandla, and received the fortress of Bandogarh as her dowry. Bandogarh served as the seat of the Solankis of Bagelkhand until its destruction by the Mughal emperor Akbar in 1597. After the destruction of Bandogargh, the Solankis moved their capital to Rewa. From 1812 to 1947 the Solanki, Maharajas of Rewa ruled the princely state of that name, within British India. In 1947, the last Maharaja of Rewa acceded to newly-independent India.


Solanki rulers of Gujarat
Mulraj I (942/960-995/997).
Chamundaraj (c.995 -c.1010)
Vallabharaj (c.1010)
Durlabhraj (1009-1021).
Bhimdev I (1021-1063). Son of Naagraj and Nephew of Durlabhraj.
Karnadev I (1063-1093). Son of Bhimdev I.
"Siddhraj" Jaysinh I (1093-1143)
Kumarpal (1143-1173). Descendant of Karandev I.
Ajavapal. Nephew of Kumarpal. (c.1171-c.1176)
Mulraj II (c.1176-c.1178)
Bhimdev II (c.1178-1242).
Jaysinh II (c. 1223) -co-ruler of Bhimdev II
Tribuvanpal (1242-1244)


Lord Vishnu Temple
Built by SOLANKI Rajput (in 1100 century) at Sabarkantha (Dist.), Gujarat.



 

Sub Clans of Solanki Rajput


1. Balnot - Descendants of Balan, son of Kirtipal (elder brother of King Kumarpal). They live in Toda,Tordi in Rajatshan, Ghargaon,Dahi,Dharmraj(near Indore) in Madhya Pradesh.

2. Mehalgota - Descendants of fourth descendant of Balan, Mahelu. Their Jagir was Kekadi(Ajmer).

3. Kherada - Descendants of Bheem (4th descendant of Balan) ruled the area of Kherada in Jahajpur(Mewar), thus called Kherada. Mandalgadh fort was in their occupation during Akbar's campaign on Chittor.

4. Nathawat - Descendants of 9th descdendant of Balan, Nathaji. Mostly they are holding Jagirs in Bundi State. Main thikanas are Patanra, Naingaon,Hungori. They are having seats in Davi Misal(left seats) of Bundi Court.

5. Veerpura - 3rd descendant of Balan was Veerbhanu, who established the princely state of Lunawada (9 gun salute during British occupation). Other than Lunawada, Veerpura Solanki holds Jagir of Pawagadh, Sutrampur, Radhanpur.

6. Bhojawat - Direct descendants of King Tribhuvanpal- II of Gujarat, in direct bloodline of 7 generations. After 7 generation of Tribhuvan, Bhoja became the king, ruling in Rajputana. His descendants are Bhojawat Solankis. It is the most powerful, dominating and famous sub-clan which existed after rule of Gujarat. Most of Thikanas of Solankis in Mewar are of Bhojawat Solankis.
     Shakarot - Great grandson of Bhoja, Shanker Singh was granted Thikana of Jhilwara. His descendants live in Jhilwara and many other villages in Mewar.
    SavantSinghot -
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7. Baghela - Descendant of Sarang (Son of King Bhimdev - I) are Baghelas. They ruled the area of BaghelKhand with capital of Rewa. Many popular thikanas of Baghels are Baran, Churhat, Rampur, tala, Chamu, Itavan, Devra, Solagpur, Nigvani, Jaitpur, Chandiya, Baikunthpur, Kalyanpur, Mehsana, Ranpura and Devgadh.

Rest of the sub-clans are

Malra, Khodera, Bhangota, Kathwad, Tejawat, Barwasian, Bharsunda, Salawat, Beda, Uniyariya, Halawat, Chajawat, Bahela, Modawat, Karmawat, Amawat, Katariya, Tatawat, Surjanpota, Banveerpota, Achalpota,Rawatka, Khinyawat, Harrajot, Bairisalot, Baghawat, Gangawat, Balramot, Kamawat, Narhardasot, Rudraka, Vishnuka, Jagganathka, Madhodaska, Dayaldaska, Jagrupka, Kalacha, Bhale Sultan, Swarnman, Bhutta, Bhureva, Kalmer, Solake, Tantiya, Peethapur, Sojathiya, Togaru, Beeku.


 

 

SOLANKI RULERS OF GUJRAT

 Mulraj I (942/960-995/997).
Chamundaraj (c.995 -c.1010)
Vallabharaj (c.1010)
Durlabhraj (1009-1021).
Bhimdev I (1021-1063). Son of Naagraj and Nephew of Durlabhraj.
Karnadev I (1063-1093). Son of Bhimdev I.
"Siddhraj" Jaysinh I (1093-1143)
Kumarpal (1143-1173). Descendant of Karandev I.
Ajavapal. Nephew of Kumarpal. (c.1171-c.1176)
Mulraj II (c.1176-c.1178)
Bhimdev II (c.1178-1242).
Jaysinh II (c. 1223) -co-ruler of Bhimdev II
Tribuvanpal (1242-1244)

 

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solanki rajput gotra shakarot kuldevi & devta konse hai

(jogsingh mangalsinghji solanki thikana devki,dist.jalore (raj.), 2012-03-29 09:41)

jaishree
aap ne aapki said par pura eyihas dalrkha hai bahut hi nek kam kiya hai aap se nivedan hai ki solanki rajput gotra shakarot kuldevi & devta konse hai krpya muze email dwara suchit kare mera email id-jsolankid@yahoo.co.in
thanks
jogsingh m solanki
thikana devki

thank you

(Ravirajsinh Solanki, 2012-03-14 17:10)

jay mataji....i am very happy to see your site and overwhelmed by the information u have provided about my Dynasty...and special thanks for logo of the Solanki dynasty...i have searched 100s of websites for this logo....but u r the only one to provide this....and thank you again....

extremly good work

(Jayendra singh, 2012-02-14 07:53)

i want to thank u for giving us this detail information about rajputs

solanki rajput great

(Ramsingh solanki, 2011-06-11 17:37)

Re: solanki rajput great

(Vipulsinh Solanki, 2012-01-20 05:41)

I am ready to get our old and original pride back.
Are you ready?????
"Charity begins from home"

jai shree

(dilip singh, 2012-01-06 02:30)

good knowlege

History

(Babu, 2012-01-04 11:46)

Solanki rajput rajsmand from jhilwad history he apke pass to send karo E-mail : Rakusapna@gmail.com
solanki rajput of mewar history

today"s realty of Rajputs

(Hari singh solanki, 2011-04-24 07:00)

Rajput's are the great cast. They always living like a King.But today Rajput's are fighting to each other . They loss his properties .If any meating going on our young generation are never take intrest in the compragion of other cast ( jaat ,bishnoi , muslims, stsc , etc) so now we should be do some thing for our cast . we should be make a unity otherwise we are loss in history.

Re: today"s realty of Rajputs

(MS RATHORE, 2011-12-06 12:18)

WOW ! YOU HAVE AT LEAST THIS MUCH DARING TO WRITE THE TRUTH OF OUR BRAVE CAST. IF WE WANT TO SPRING BACK TO OUR FAME, THEN WE MUST EQUIP OURSELVES WITH VERY GOOD EDUCATION.WE MUST DISCARD ALL BAD THINGS SUCH AS-- DOWRY, ALCOHOL,DRUGS, OPIUM,MINDLESS EGO & MUST HELP EACH OTHERS. AND I AM SURE THAT WE CAN RULE THE ROOST.

historical supports

(narendrasinh solanki, 2011-12-06 09:32)

the story of ranakdevi is not seen any history cal book it is just
written by the author who are against of victory of saurastra by the great king sidhraj jaysinh

9408808994

(Bhumiksinh solanki, 2011-10-22 06:14)

Jay Mataji....

JAI SOMNATH

(YOGIRAJSINH SOLANKI, 2011-10-20 12:22)

LERN FROM PAST ,WORK FOR FUTURE, LIVE IN PRESANT ALL RAJPUT COME UNDER ONE FLAGE AND FIGHT FOR ALL BROTHERS, JAI SOMNATH

solanki rajput great

(Ramsingh solanki, 2011-06-11 17:37)


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