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Maratha Clan
Flag of the Maratha Empire.svg

Surname Bhoite (alternately Bhoeete, Bhati)
Caste Maratha
Lineage Claimed Suryavansha (Solar Clan)
Heraldic Title: Brahmavarma.[1]
Religion: Hinduism.[2]
Original kingdom Jaisalmer
Other kingdoms Chittorgarh, Kathiawar, Bikaner, Jalgaon
Capitals Tadawale, Wagholi, Hingangaon, Aradgaon
Colour Ochre.
Nishan Rudra on flagpole
Clan god Mahadev(Jawal Siddhanath).
Clan goddess Tulja Bhavani, Mahakali.
Devak Pancha-pallava[3]
Guru Kaushik.
Gotra Dorik.( Shaunak Descent )
Veda Rigveda.
Mantra Gayatri Mantra.
Locations Maharashtra, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Goa
Languages Marathi, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Sanskrit.
Bhoite (or Bhati, Marathi and Hindi: भोईटे) is a surname found amongst the Maratha caste[4] mainly in the state of Maharashtra in India but it also appears in Indian states bordering Maharashtra.[5][6][7][8][9]



Some sources, such as the Jaisalmar Gazetteer cite a Yaduvanshi descent for the Bhoites.[10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17] Some sources, such as Kshatra Dharma states Bhoites are Suryavanshi clan of Marathas.[18][19] As all Dynasties of Hinduism had origin from God Brahma and Solar dynasty is being principal dynasty, Bhoites are Suryavanshi Marathas. The Bhoites being Bhati Rajput descent assigned a Yaduvansha alias Brahmavansha dynasty.[20] Brahmavansha started from Brahma, as he was succeeded by Surya ( Sun ) or Vivasvan in fourth generation proved that Bhoites are of Suryavanshi Marathas. Some Bhati Rajputs are Suryavanshi Rajputs which are from Saharan Gotra [21] and Bhatis were dwelled in Lahore, Punjab area which was founded by Raghuvanshi King Lava ( Son of Shri Ram ) hence they are claimed Suryavanshis. Bhoite and Bhosale branches of Marathas descended through same historical lineages.[22]


The Bhoites alienated to the number of social honours given to them by the Administrators whom they served, People on whom they had rule viz. Patil,[23] Deshmukh, Shiledar, Bargir, Sarkar, Sardeshmukh, Sardar, Inamdar,[24] Watandar, Sarnoubat, Senapati, Senakarta,[25] Jagirdar,[26] Zamindar, Saranjamdar, Raja.



The gotras (branches) of the Bhoite include : Jogdandmane, Thorave (Thorve), Bagmare, Bangale, Bhattee, Bhadurge, Bhapkar, Mahala, Machale, Mahalle, Mahore, Matonge, Methakhar, Maide, Yamdad, Yamdahe, Yawkar, Yerne, Yewale, Rumne, Ronghe, Lole, Bhoge, Vilhale, Vilape, Shabde, Shirkhare, Shirsath, Shirsatt, Sairwar, Hiwse, Hiwarkar, Hunmanya, Hendre, Helbe, Helawde, Ruche, Rudre, Lokhande.[27][28][29][30][31]



The Bhoites belongs to their satara villages viz. Tadawale, Wagholi, Hingangaon, Aradgaon. From these places they migrated to the adjacent districts such as Pune, Solapur, Kolhapur, Sangli, Ratnagiri, Jalgaon, Ahmadnagar, Beed, Osmanabad, Thane mainly and sheer presence in other parts of Maharashtra. The Bhoites are claimed Rajputs who migrated to Maharashtra from their native place Jaisalmer in Rajasthan. The Bhoite clansman were Jahagirdars of Satara under Yadav Kings of Deogiri. They served Vijaynagars Hindu empire being feudal lords of Satara. The Bhoites fought Battle of Talikot in 1565 A.D. from the side of Vijaynagar empire. [32] There afterwards they served Bahamani Sultanates of Deccan. Bhoites were Deshmukhs of Wagholi Tarf or Taluka(Mahal) of Prant Wai before Shivaji era like Deshmukhs of Maval.[33] They supported Chhatrapati Shivaji to found Hindavi Swarajya.[34] The Modi script sources shows Bhoites from Satara villages helped Chhatrapati Shivaji in the Battle of Fort Subhanmangal at Shirwal on 8 august, 1648. Bhoites played an active role in the Maratha fight against Aurangzeb, and in many other conflicts in Indian history. The Bhoites were faithfuls of Peshwa. They were the first leaders of Maratha Troop to march against Ahmadshah Abdali and routed to him in 1761[35],[36] and revolt against the British in 1857. In service of princely states like Satara, Gwalior, Baroda, Nagpur, Kolhapur and in the 1942 parallel government of Satara under Krantisinha Nana Patil[37] and also in Sansthani Praja Parishada Movements in British Phaltan State.[38] The Bhoites were founder leaders of Patri Sarkar of Satara.[39] They also ruled several estates in Maharashtra like Jalgaon Saranjam. Bhoites are among few of these Marathas who remained loyal and faithful to Maratha Empire from its foundation to the collapse. Bhoites are founders of both Education Societies Viz. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha(1919), Biggest education society of Maharashtra being Supporters of Karmaveer Bhausaheb Patil[40] and founders of Jalgaon Jilha Maratha Vidya Prasarak Mandal, Jalgaon in Khandesh (1917), now, second largest education society in Maharashtra.[41]

Madhya Pradesh

In Madhya Pradesh, Bhoites are present near Gwalior, Indore, and the Guna region where Marathas dwell. The Shindes of Gwalior, Gaekwads of Baroda, Pawars of Dhar and Dewas, Holkars(Dhangar) of Indore are the Sardars of Peshwa Period like Sardar Ranoji Bhoite but after the defeat in Panipat the Bhoites died in larger extent and no other was able to establish power like above rulers. They established himself there along with Maratha rulers. Until Maratha Empire in 1818, they remained powerful royal knights with some other allies.[42] One of the Bhoite stem in Tadawale are in Guna since Peshwa Period, who are the relatives of Shinde Maratha clan of Kanherkhed holding some properties.[43][44][45]


In the state of Gujrat, Bhoites are present mainly in the city Baroda, a seat of Gaikwads Principality. The Bhoites along with major marathas like Mohite, Shirke, Khanvilkar, etc., served the Baroda principality and closest relatives of Baroda Queen.[46] They also resides in the other places in the state which are Surat, Ahmedabad etc. The Baroda Principality includes Marathas mainly from Desh and Konkan regions of Maharashtra who were migrated there with Gaikwads.[8] The Bhoites being closest faithfuls of Chhatrapati Shahu were representatives of him in Baroda early in the 18th century.[47]


The Bhoites or Bhatis ruled the princely state of Jaisalmer of Rajasthan. They also ruled in areas such as Bikaner, Jodhpur, Barmer, and some tehsils of Gurdaspur, Shergarh Udaipur (Mohi) and Nagaur (Gaaju, Ladnun, Mugdara).


The Bhoite clan of Marathas is integral part of Ror Maratha community of Haryana state of India through their gotras or branches such as Jogran/Jaglan being Jogdandmane, Mehla/mahla being Mahalle.[48][49][50]


The Bhoites are present historically in the Mauritius through marriage alliances with Jagtap, Nikam, Yadav, Sawant, More, chavan and others of Maratha Community. They trace their lineage back to the rebelions of 1857 war against British. [51]


HH Maharaja Trimbakrao Bapurao Bhoite Inamdar, Saranjam Ruler of Jalgaon, Eastern Khandesh
  • Durgoji Bhoite, Maratha commandant who fought wars along with Santaji Jadhav (elder Son of Dhanaji Jadhav) and also Pilaji Jadhav.[54] He was representative of Chhatrapati Shahu in Gujarat(1723), Owner of Sovanibhare, Savlajbare, Nasirabad, Sav-Nimbhore Parganas and equally faithful Commandant of Chhatrapati Shahu and Peshwa.[47][53][55][56]
  • Janojirao Bhoite, was a faithful Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu and Peshwa, owner of number of Parganas like Adgaon, Betavad, Savade Faijpur and Many Mahals, Mokasa Villages, Rajpatra of Talegaon.[53],[53]
  • Sultanji Bhoite, Senapati of Marathas, Faithful of Chhatrapati Shahu and Peshwa Bajirao I, who has active contribution in Marathas earlier activities in Northern India along with Ranoji Bhoite Sarnoubat.[57]
  • Jivajirao Bhoite, faithful Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu and Peshwa, received grants like Kalegaon, Ankali and many estates as Saranjam, Mokasa, Maratha General of Maratha Armies in their North Indian Expansion.The first General Who Crossed Yamuna River riding on his elephant near Haridwar.[58]
  • Sardar Ganoji Bhoite, Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu.[53]
  • Sardar Sakhoji Bhoite, Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu.[53]
  • Sardar Bajaji Bhoite, Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu.[53]
  • Sardar Manajirao Bhoite, Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu.[53]
  • Sardar Manaji Bhoite, Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu.[53]
  • Sardar Raghoji Bhoite, Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu.[53]
  • Sardar Malharji Bhoite, Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu.[53]
  • Sardar Hanagoji Bhoite Deshmukh, was from Wagholi, received many Saranjam vatans, Prominent Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu.[53]
  • Sardar Nimbaji Bhoite, was Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu who received Mokasa Villages like Ankali, Vadghul, Saranjam Vatans like Almele, Karangaon, Gaditavasi, Kolangare, Kolegaon.[53]
  • Sardar Bahadurji Bhoite, Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahuwho received Mokasa Villages like Ankali, Vadghul, Saranjam Vatans and Inams Almele, Karangaon, Gaditavasi, Kolangare, Kolegaon.[53]
  • Sardar Tukoji Bhoite, Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu.[53]
  • Sardar Gauroji Bhoite, Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu.[53]
  • Sardar Mankojirao Bhoite served the principality of Nagpur Bhosales.[59], [53]
  • Sardar Fattesing Bhoite, a Jagirdar of Peshwas.[60]
  • Sardar Narsingrao Bhoite, General of Huzurat Army of Peshwa.[61]
  • Sardar Shetyaji Bhoite, was a Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu and Peshwa defeated Siddis of Janjira and fought many battles in the Konkan territory.[62], [53]
  • Sardar Sevaji Bhoite, was a Sardar of Peshwa.[63], [53]
  • Sardar Lingoji Bhoite, a faithful Saranjami Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu.[53]
  • Sardar Yashwantrao Bhoite, a Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu.[53]
  • Sardar Javaji Bhoite, faithful of Chhatrapati Shahu received many Saranjam estates, Mokasas of Villages like Darjai and Inams.[53]
  • Sardar Sivaji Bhoite, Sardar of Chhatrapati Shahu, received mokasa grant of Chincholi village.[53]
  • Yesaji Bhoite, Maratha chieftain in the Battle of Panipat, who saved the life of Jankojirao Shinde in the Battle of Buradi Ghat and brought him safely in Kotputali.[64][65]
  • Shamji Bhoite and Ramji Bhoite, Maratha generals in Maratha campaigns in Panjab. They were leading parts of Maratha Armies (Army Chieftains under Raghunathrao Peshwa) in victories such as Lahore (April 1758 A.D.), Multan (May 1758 A.D.) and Attock.
  • Tulajirao Bhoite, Saranjamdar, Maratha knight from Battle of Panipat, founder of Jalgaon, Bhoite royal from Aradgaon branch.[53]
  • Shivajirao Bhoite, Peshwas officer in Satara Jahagir and was administrator over villages in Southern wai, Western Phaltan, Koregaon, Southern Khandala,Partial Satara.
  • Sardar Makajirao Bhoite, Saranjamdar family member, faithful of Peshwa, Died in the 1786 in Nasirabad Mahal(Pargana) of Bhoites Saranjam.[66], [53]
  • Naikjirao Jivajirao Bhoite, younger valiant Maratha General of the Peshwa Period was from Sardar Bhoite Clan, Hero of Battle of Baradi Ghat sacrificed his live in that battle,active contributor of Marathas North Indian Expansion.[58][65]
  • Sardar Babaji Bhoite, faithful of Kolhapurkar Chhatrapati and comrade of Sardar Satvoji Jadhav.[67]
  • Sardar Wavji Bhoite, a Maratha Sardar of Kolhapurkar Chhatrapati.[67]
  • Sardar Krushnarao Bhoite, a Maratha Sardar of Kolhapurkar Chhatrapati.[67]
  • Sardar Rabatrao Bhoite, a Maratha Sardar of Kolhapurkar Chhatrapati.[67]
  • Tatyasaheb Dhurojirao Bhoite Patil, Died in 1780, was Patil of Hingangaon and whose monument is still present in Hingangaon in front of Lord Bhairavnath Temple.
  • Senakarta Janrao Bhoite, appointed senakarte (commander-in-chief) in 1843 in Satara Princely Raj [1818-1848].He was Senakarta of Maratha Empire covering Areas of about 28,00,000 km2 of India over many jagirdars or Feudal Lords under Chhatrapati of Satara.
  • Abasheb Bhoite Sarkar, Hingangaon administrator.[68]
  • Bapuraoji Bhoite Inamdar, Saranjamdar of Jalgaon (East Khandesh).
  • Trimbakrao Bapurao Bhoite Inamdar (Born 1886, Saranjamdar of Jalgaon), fifth direct descendant of Tulajirao; was Magistrate and Chairman of Jalgaon Municipal standing Committee (East Khandesh).[69]

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