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राष्ट्रीय उप अध्यक्ष महाराजा सूरजमल फाउंडेशन
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महाराजा सूरजमल की छत्री गोर्वधन
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Maharaja SurajMal (13 February 1707 - 25 December 1763) (महाराजा सूरज मल, भरतपुर) was ruler of Bharatpur in Rajasthan in India. He has been described by a contemporary historian as "the Plato of Jats" and by a modern writer as the "Jat Ulysses", because of his political sagacity, steady intellect and clear vision. He was one of the greatest warriors and ablest statesmen ever borne in India. In the early 18th century, the farmers of Bharatpur were being terrorized and ill-treated by the Mughals. Harshness by a local faujdar, Abdun Nabi, provided the necessary spark of rebellion to the Jats. At this point of time, Churaman, a powerful Jat village headman, rose against this tyranny but was defeated harshly by the Mughals. This did not remain for long, since the Jats once again came together under the leadership of Badan Singh, and controlled a vast expanse of territory. The failure of the Rajputs to effectively subjugate the Jats, and the growing feebleness of the Mughal central government enabled the Jats under Badan Singh to carve out a separate state. In the year 1707, when the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb passed away, a child was born- a child who was to play a pivotal role in the political fortunes of Hindustan, for the child was to become the ruler of the Jat state of Bharatpur. The child was Maharaja SurajMal. Maharaja SurajMal was born in February, 1707 in Bharatpur, India. He was the eldest son of the Jat emperor of Bharatpur, Maharaja Badan Singh.

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