The Bundelas are a Rajput clan of Chattari lineage who ruled several states in central India, in Bundelkhand region from the 16th century.The Bundelas are the most prominent Rajputs hailing from Central India. They are the most fearless and matchless of all the contemporary Rajputs and have proved the same through the various battles which they fought manifesting their unique combination of valour and strategy. The present Member of Parliament Shri Jeetendra Singh Bundela representing Khajuraho constituency is one of the descendants from Maharaja Chhatrasal who is actively assisted by his nephew Shri Deependra Singh Bundela. The History of Bundelkhand has been compiled by Shri Prithvi Singh Bundela, which is an encyclopedia depicting the Geography and History of Bundelas and runs into approximately 1400 pages which is divided into 4 volumes. The present district of Chhatarpur, which owes its name from the Maharaja Chhatrasal, continues to be the nerve centre of the entire Bundelkhand. The present day Bundelkhad comprises Seven district of Southern Uttar Pradesh and Six district of northern Madhya Pradesh. The area is rich in Forest wealth, Mines and Minerals and is traversed by various small and big rivers and hills cutting the country side. The present day Tourist destination of Khajuraho which is a 1000 years old world heritage is globally well connected by Air and is part of District Chhatarpur.
The most dominant community from this area is of Chandravanshi... Read More