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Shinde (pronunciation: [ʃin̪d̪e]) is a clan of the Maratha clan system of Kunbi (Kurmi) origin; variations of the name include Scindia and Sindhia, Sindia.[1][2] The Shinde last name may be also found in the Dalit community.[3][4]

The Scindia dynasty was founded by Ranoji Scindia, a Kunbi personal servant who started as a "slipper-bearer" of Bajirao I Peshwa.[5][6][7][2] He was the son of Jankojirao Scindia, the hereditary Kunbi Patils of Kanherkhed, a village in Satara District, Maharashtra.[8]

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Maratha clan system

Maratha clan system

The Maratha clan system, refers to the network of 96 clans of families and essentially their surnames, within the Maratha caste of India. The Marathas primarily reside in the Indian state of Maharashtra, with smaller regional populations in other states.

Kunbi

Kunbi

Kunbi is a generic term applied to castes of traditional farmers in Western India. These include the Dhonoje, Ghatole, Hindre, Jadav, Jhare, Khaire, Lewa, Lonare and Tirole communities of Vidarbha. The communities are largely found in the state of Maharashtra but also exist in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala and Goa. Kunbis are included among the Other Backward Classes (OBC) in Maharashtra.

Scindia

Scindia

The Scindia dynasty is a Hindu Maratha dynasty of maratha origin that ruled the erstwhile State of Gwalior. It had the Patil-ship of Kumberkerrab in Wai. It was founded by Ranoji Scindia, who started as a personal servant of the Peshwa Bajirao I. Ranoji and his descendents along with their rivals the Holkars, played a leading role during the Maratha ascendency in North india during the 18th century. The Gwalior state was a princely state under the British Raj during the 19th and the 20th centuries. After India's independence in 1947, several members of the Scindia family went on to enter Indian politics.

Dalit

Dalit

Dalit, also previously known as untouchable, is a name for people belonging to the lowest stratum of the castes in India. Dalits were excluded from the four-fold varna system of Hinduism and were seen as forming a fifth varna, also known by the name of Panchama. Dalits now profess various religious beliefs, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Christianity, Islam and various other belief systems. Scheduled Castes is the official term for Dalits as per the Constitution of India.

Ranoji Scindia

Ranoji Scindia

Ranoji Shinde the founder of the Scindia dynasty from maratha caste that produced outstanding Maratha military commanders during the 18th century. Later the Scindia served as vassals of the British from the northern Princely state of Gwalior.

Patil (title)

Patil (title)

Patil is an Indian last name and a title or surname. The female variant of the title is Patlin or Patlinbai, and is also used to describe the wife of a Patil.

Kanherkhed

Kanherkhed

Kanherkhed is a village in Satara district, Maharashtra, India. It was the home village of Shinde (Scindia) family that later ruled the Gwalior State.

Maharashtra

Maharashtra

Maharashtra is a state in the western peninsular region of India occupying a substantial portion of the Deccan Plateau. Maharashtra is the second-most populous state in India and the second-most populous country subdivision globally. It was formed on 1 May 1960 by splitting the bilingual Bombay State, which had existed since 1956, into majority Marathi-speaking Maharashtra and Gujarati-speaking Gujarat. Maharashtra is home to the Marathi people, the predominant ethno-linguistic group, who speak the Marathi language, the official language of the state. The state is divided into 6 divisions and 36 districts, with the state capital being Mumbai, the most populous urban area in India, and Nagpur serving as the winter capital, which also hosts the winter session of the state legislature. Godavari and Krishna are the two major rivers in the state. Forests cover 16.47 per cent of the state's geographical area. Out of the total cultivable land in the state, about 60 per cent is used for grain crops in the Deccan region, rice in coastal Konkan, and other high rainfall areas.

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Eknath Shinde

Eknath Shinde

Eknath Sambhaji Shinde is an Indian politician serving as the 20th and Current Chief Minister of Maharashtra. He was earlier the Cabinet Minister of Urban Development and Public Works in the Government Of Maharashtra. He is a Member of Legislative Assembly from Kopri-Pachpakhadi constituency of Thane, Maharashtra. He has been elected consecutively for 4 terms in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly in 2004, 2009, 2014 and 2019.

Gauri Shinde

Gauri Shinde

Gauri Shinde is an Indian film director and screenwriter. Shinde made her directional debut with the highly acclaimed English Vinglish (2012), which marked the comeback of actress Sridevi. Shinde featured in the Financial Times 2012 list of '25 Indians To Watch'. She also featured on Rediff's list of 'Bollywood's 5 Best Directors of 2012'.

Jyotiraditya Scindia

Jyotiraditya Scindia

Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia is an Indian politician who serves as the Minister of Civil Aviation, a position his father also held from 1991 to 1993. He also heads the Ministry of Steel. He is a Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha representing the State of Madhya Pradesh. He is a former Member of Parliament in the Lok Sabha, representing the Guna constituency in Madhya Pradesh until his defeat in the 2019 Indian general election. He is a former member of the Indian National Congress (INC) and presently a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Mahadaji Shinde

Mahadaji Shinde

Mahadaji Shinde, later known as Mahadji Scindia or Madhava Rao Sindhia, was a Maratha statesman and ruler of Ujjain in Central India. He was the fifth and the youngest son of Ranoji Rao Scindia, the founder of the Scindia dynasty.

Praniti Shinde

Praniti Shinde

Praniti Sushilkumar Shinde is an politician from Maharashtra, India. She is a member of Indian National Congress and a three-time Maharashtra Member of Legislative Assembly, elected from Solapur City Central constituency. She is also Working President of Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee from 2021 and member of the screening committee of Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee for assembly elections.

Ram Shinde

Ram Shinde

Prof. Ram Shankar Shinde was a member of the 13th Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. He represented the Karjat Jamkhed Assembly Constituency. He belongs to the Bharatiya Janata Party. He was appointed Maharashtra's minister of state in December, 2014 and was given responsibility of the home portfolio as well as for Public Health, Agriculture, Horticulture, Marketing and Tourism. He was also made guardian minister of Ahmednagar district. On 8 July 2016 in cabinet expansion he was promoted to cabinet rank and given charge of Water conservation Ministry.

Ranoji Scindia

Ranoji Scindia

Ranoji Shinde the founder of the Scindia dynasty from maratha caste that produced outstanding Maratha military commanders during the 18th century. Later the Scindia served as vassals of the British from the northern Princely state of Gwalior.

Sadashiv Shinde

Sadashiv Shinde

Sadashiv Ganpatrao "Sadu" Shinde pronunciation (help·info) was an Indian cricketer who played in seven Test matches from 1946 to 1952. His daughter, Pratibha Pawar, is the wife of politician Sharad Pawar.

Sayaji Shinde

Sayaji Shinde

Sayaji Shinde is an Indian actor who has acted in Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Bhojpuri films and several Marathi Plays. Sayaji started his acting career in 1978 in Marathi one-act plays. His performance in a 1987 Marathi play titled Zulva was very well received, and since then he started gaining popularity among the circle of stalwarts. Later, he moved on to Marathi cinema and then started acting in other languages. He also appeared recently in Bacha Mat Bolna Yt Channel

Shashikant Shinde

Shashikant Shinde

Shashikant Jayawantrao Shinde is an Indian politician who served as the Minister Of Water Resources for Krishna Valley Irrigation Corporation of Maharashtra. He is a politician from Koregaon in Satara district in the Maharashtra state of India. He was elected as a member of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly from Koregaon for 2009-2014 as NCP candidate.

Shilpa Shinde

Shilpa Shinde

Shilpa Shinde is an Indian television actress. She is known for playing Angoori Tiwari in &TV's Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hai!. In 2017, she participated in Bigg Boss 11 and emerged as the winner by public votes.

Seema Shinde

Seema Shinde

Seema Shinde is an Indian actress who predominantly works in Hindi and Marathi language media. She is best known for her roles in the television series Captain Vyom. She has also starred in films, including Justice Chowdhary, Main Madhuri Dixit Banna Chahti Hoon, and Aanch. She is a founder and Publisher of India2Usa Media E-Magazine.

Source: "Shinde", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, December 3rd), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shinde.

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References
  1. ^ Asian Review. East & West. 1969. p. 340. The founder of the family was one Ranoji, who bore the common Maratha surname of Shinde, that by some mysterious process has been Italianized - possibly through the influence of the Filoze family — into Scindia
  2. ^ a b Romila Thapar (1994). "Seminar - Issues 417-424": 59. Many peasant caste men who distinguished themselves in battle or otherwise served the ruler became Marathas . Witness the first Holkar who was a shepherd and the first Scindia who was a Kunbi personal servant of the Peshwa {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  3. ^ Aurangzeb Naqshbandi (Nov 23, 2019). "Hectic parleys on in Congress for Maharashtra deputy CM post". hindustantimes. The frontrunners among Dalits for the deputy CM’s post are Nitin Raut, Varsha Eknath Gaikwad and Praniti Shinde, said a second party leader
  4. ^ Minority Rights Group (1986). Untouchable!: Voices of the Dalit Liberation Movement. Zed Books. pp. 93–. ISBN 978-0-86232-460-5. Dalit playwrights Avinash Dolas, Datta Bhagat, Amar Ramteke, Premanand Gajvi, Arun Kumar Ingale, B . S . Shinde, Texas Gaikwad, Mrs Shilpa Mumbriskar, etc . took an active part .
  5. ^ Ainslie Thomas Embree (1988). Encyclopedia of Asian history. Scribner. p. 14. ISBN 978-0-684-18899-7. Ranoji Scindia (d. 1750), the founder of Gwalior state, started his political career reputedly as a slipper-bearer at the court of the peshwa, or prime minister, of the Marathas, but soon rose to high office.
  6. ^ K. V. Krishna Ayyar (1999). The Zamorins of Calicut: From the Earliest Times Down to A.D. 1806. Publication Division, University of Calicut. ISBN 978-81-7748-000-9. The carrying of the Pallimaradi before the Zamorin on public occasions might have been due to the same reason as the carrying of a pair of golden slippers before Scindia, whose ancestor was the slipper - bearer of Peshwa Baji Rao - to show his respect for his original humble office which was the cause of his subsequent success
  7. ^ Satish Chandra (2003). Essays on Medieval Indian History. Oxford University Press. p. 93. ISBN 978-0-19-566336-5. The Sindhias, it is well-known, were drawn from a Kunbi family which had the hereditary patel-ship of Kumberkerrab in the district of Wai. The origins of the Holkar were even more humble: they belonged to the caste of goat-herds (dungar), the family holding zamindari rights in the village of Hal.
  8. ^ N. G. Rathod (1994). The Great Maratha Mahadaji Scindia. Sarup & Sons. p. 1. ISBN 978-81-85431-52-9.

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