VIDEHA:16:13:मैथिली : विदेह: पहिल बेर ब्रेलमे

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VIDEHA MITHILA TIRBHUKTI TIRHUT---

 Mulla Taqia has said that Kameswara Thakur founder of the Oinivara Dynasty of Sugaon, who had been ousted by Illyas was reinstated in Tirhut and Mus¬lim officers were appointed for the propagation of Muslim Law.

Firuz Tughlaq's visited Tirhut many times. Kamesvara Thakura (A .D 1324-53)

Of Khauare Jagatpur mula and was of Kasyapagotra. But Jayapati's son Hitgu and his son Oin Thakur, an ancestor of Kamesvara had procured Oini village from some Kshatriya ruler. Since than his mulagrama became 'Dinivara'. He had six brothers.' He made over the kingdom to his son Bhogisvara. Thakura dynasty, or Sugaon Dynasty of Kamesvara modern Sugarma, P. O. Rajnagar, district-Madhubani. The family name of  'Oinivara' is after the name of its - Biji¬purusha.

 

Oin Thakur was the great-grand-father  of Kamesvara Thakur, is said to have established himself in Oini village with the help of Nanyadeva's descendants. Bhogisvara Thakura (A.D.1353-70)-Kamesvara did not like to shoulder the burden of a reign. He made over the kingdom to his son Bhogisvara Thakura after that Ganesha Raya who was, however, murdered by Arjuna Raya, Kumara Ratnakara and others. Though he ruled for a very short period due to his intelligence became one of the fomous king.

Devasimhadeva lived before the year 1410 A.D. assumed the title (Viruda) `Garudanarayana' .Under his patronage Vidyapati Wrote Bhuparikrama which was later on, incorporated in Purushapariksha written for his son Sivasimha.

 Sridatta compiled the Ekdgnidanapaddhati and Harihara grandfather of Murari, was his Chief Judge. Vidyapati dedicated some of his poems also to him. Devasimha married Hasini Devi daughter of Mahamahopadhyaya Ramesvara of Jalayamula and had two sons - Sivasimha and Padmasimha from her.

ShivSimha ascended throne after his father's death in A. D. 1412-13 at the age of 50. By this time the poet Vidyapati had become much more familar and intimate with the king who recognised the poet's greatness and granted him his native village of Bisphi on the occasion of his being installed the ruler of Mithila and changed his capital from Devakuli to Gajarathapuras.He even struck coins in his name, specimens of which were found from a village called Pipra in the Champaran District. He is also said to have erected a Masoleum known as Mamoon Bhanja at Jaruha, near Hajipur.

He faught against the Mohammadans but it is said that he was defeated, arrested and brought to Delhi. Vidyapati showed his poetic genius and obtained his release. Lakhimadevi (A-D. 1412-16) queen Lakhima fled with the royal family, to take shelter in village Rajabanauli in Saptari Parganna (near modern Janakapur in Nepal Kingdom). She waited for twelve years in the hope of meeting or knowing anything of her consort. She e laid down her life as a sati.  After Sivasimha's death his first wife Maharani Padmavati Mahadevi ruled for about one year six months, and after that Lakhima Mahadevi ruled for six years and after her reign, Padmasimha came to the throne.He died only after a year and his wife Visvasa Devi took the management of the state  reigned for 12 years with great success.

The collateral branch of Harismhadeva assumed power. Dhirasimha began to rule though Narasimha lived on to that year. Lakshminathadeva, Kamsa narayana, came to the throne after the demise of Ramabhadra¬deva. a very great patron of poetry written and composed in Maithili language, assumed the title of Rttpanarayana. Sikandar Lodi who marched into Tirhut defeated the Tirhut king.

But after some time the Bengal Ruler ended the illustrious Oinivara Dynasty.

 

 Jyoti Jha Chaudhary, Date of Birth: December 30 1978,Place of Birth- Belhvar (Madhubani District), Education: Swami Vivekananda Middle School, Tisco Sakchi Girls High School, Mrs KMPM Inter College, IGNOU, ICWAI (COST ACCOUNTANCY); Residence- LONDON, UK; Father- Sh. Shubhankar Jha, Jamshedpur; Mother- Smt. Sudha Jha- Shivipatti. Jyoti  received editor's choice award from www.poetry.com and her poems were featured in front page of www.poetrysoup.com for some period.She learnt Mithila Painting under Ms. Shveta Jha, Basera Institute, Jamshedpur and Fine Arts from Toolika, Sakchi, Jamshedpur (India). She had been honorary teacher at National Association For Blind, Jamshedpur (India). Her Mithila Paintings have been displayed by Ealing Art Group at Ealing Broadway, London.

SahasraBarhani:The Comet

The sequence of life and death had completed one rotation around the unknown centre along the circular path. Nand was being brought up by his mother. He was loved by his teachers. His practical copy was very neat and clean and his handwriting was as good as he himself.

One more incident happened. Mothers both sons were sleeping on the floor in front of puja room. When mother came there in the morning she saw the dead body of cobra snake cut into four pieces. Perhaps Bijji had done that in order to protect the boys. Nand started living with this memory.

The division of property occurred meanwhile. All good fields were divided into two parts. People started telling that unjustified for both brothers. Nand got admission in B.Sc. (Maths) R. K. College, Madhubani. Initially he found maths to be hard to understand and so started learning it by heart. He started this way of learning Maths just to avoid the peoples criticise of selection of Maths by him. But gradually he started understanding that too. The memory of football ground in the village was remained merely as a memory; he never got a chance to play there. The teacher used to give a set of 300 questions and used to say that the person who would solve70% out of those questions correctly would get first division (i.e. +60%) marks in real examination. Nand had solved 70% maths question from those given set of questions and as per teachers presumption he secured first class marks. He applied for admission in an Engineering College in 1959. He got admission in Mujjaffarpur Institute of Technology on the basis of his good academic records. The only available branch in that institute during those days was civil engineering so he had opted that subject. He went there in his tradition Maithil dress- dhoti and kurta. Dikshit sahib showed him the workshop where such dress could be proved dangerous in case dhoti was stuck in the machines. He suggested wearing shirt and pants during working in workshop. Nand had to buy two shirts and two pairs of trousers. It needed time to buy fabrics and then give it to tailor so he bought readymade shirts and trousers. But while going to village he used to change his dress and wear dhoti kurta in the temple of the village. He never visited his village in shirts and pants. Engineering studies lasted for five years from 1959-1963. After that, he got a job of Assistant Engineer in Bihar Government. After one year of this job he got a post of Additional Engineer in 1964. Study of engineering was quite expensive so it was agreed at the time of marriage that Nands in-laws would bear all expenses of studies. Expenses of summer vacation and Durga Puja holidays were not provided by Nands in-laws. Whenever Nands in-laws used to say that they had made them engineer then he used to remind them the above fact. The circle of time started enlarging itself. First it has completed one rotation and then started expanding. A story of happiness and grief, progress and degradation. The pleasure of daytime of Independence Day: 15 August 1947; he was walking by holding a flag in his hand with children of school. Affection to congress remained with him always. But the driving back of Indian Army in the battle field during war with China in 1965 and decision of not using air-force in that war were worse than the worst nightmare. Every time when All India Radio was announcing that Indian Army was being driven back, Nands heart used to stop beating. So when vacancy of engineers in the Army was open, Nand and Saha had applied for the post. Wife of Saha Sahib started crying and objected his decision. Nands wife didnt deny at all. But Nand was rejected because of overweight. He was demoliged and he got a new passion of reducing weight from then. He had only one dream to have a house in place of cottage in the village. So after studying all designs from surveys he started construction of his house in such a way that no part will go to the governments property for road. The construction of house was completed half only. He kept on gaining new experiences from wherever he got transferred to. Against the current trend he started talking to his wife directly. The surprising thing was that in place of criticising that people started copying his style. He was favoured by the local tribal community known as aadivasi on Dehri-On-Sone project. His honesty against bribe was sustained in all circumstances. He put his heart and soul in his job. The jeep provided by the government was used vigorously by Kalit to render his job.                          

         While driving his jeep fast he always took care of pedestrians specially children. He never met any accident while driving. He helped people of all caste from his village to get teaching job. He also motivated local residents to do job. The local poor aadivasi people started calling him God. He suffered asthma attack first time here. The doctors arranged herbal medicine from the forest somehow for him. Allopathic medicine is still unable to ensure permanent cure from asthma but that herbal medicine had a miraculous effect of avoiding the second attack for many years. Friends started calling him Bholenath that means innocent guy. Many tried to teach him the act of bribe but the he had witnessed the helplessness of the villagers so closely that he never thought about that. How could he do that when the villagers were offering him so much affection in spite of poverty?

         He got his daughter. The second child was a son. Daughter was born in maternal uncles house and son in his own house. Growing phase of kids began as usual- laughing, crawling etc. The process of growth of a baby is just like the making of this world. Nand was in Delhi to attend some training. He had a dream one night. Naveen was sitting in the barandah of his cottage. The baby whome Nand was loving a lot, went to play and returned after some time with some ache in his tummy. People rushed to that child. People started giving advices but the child died very soon. Nand woke up. He recalled the death of daughter of his elder sister. Some old lady had touched her tummy and she died after that because of stomach ache. Nand had strong faith in existence of ghosts, demons, witches etc. Such thoughts made him crying loudly. His friends woke up quickly. When he narrated everything to his friends then someone told him that his nephews age is extended. Many suggested awakening the scientific attitude of an engineer in him. But nothing could prevent him from leaving the training and going to his village. He reached home on third day and terrified by seeing his brother having clean shaved hair. Everyone seemed to be very sad when he entered the village. As soon as he reached home his mother started crying loudly. His nightmare was turned into reality. Perhaps Nands nephew wanted his uncle participate in his last rites. Nand printed dates of birth and death and the uttering of Naveen While calling him kaka on the back of his nephews picture by his fountain pen. He passed away before completion of construction of the house but he called his uncle in his dream for his last rites.

Construction of the new house was started after birth of a daughter. She used to recall that the foundation was too deep. But her father used to remind that her uncle used to put her in that by his hands. She used to sit on baas lap to solve the confusion. Nands mother was called baa by all grand-children. She used to call Nands son Nands nand, sometimes Gopal and sometimes Rajkumar. She was really enchanted by her grandchilds laughter and curly black locks. The construction of dream house was finally completed but ba started suffering pain in her stomach at the same time. The family had already suffered two deaths by such mysterious stomach pain. So Nand didnt like to take any chance. He consulted many famous allopathic doctors and wandered many cities and all his effort ended as diagnosis of the deadly cancer disease. The treatment was more painful than knowing the presence of the disease. The Chemotherapy, killing tumours i.e. cancerous cells by using radium, was started. Ba was exhausted and died in Patna. Her funeral was held in the bank of the river Ganges. Rest of her last rites was performed in the village. Ba couldnt see the second son of Nand but she was always being remembered by family members. Bas photo was quite inspiring for her grand children. The fruits of the mango tree donated in last rites of ba were not eaten by her grand children. They used to put it on the grave where urn of their grandfather was buried. The process of burning the cow with hot sticks in order to perform last rites had ignited both childrens hatred for that cruel custom. They owed not to repeat that custom in future. Before bidding the world good bye, ba was quite successful in making the family recovering its old glory and re-establishing its image as intellectual entity being worshippers of the Goddess Saraswati. At her last days of life Buchia came to meet her from Baarh. Both ladies lost in their past days. One had become ba and other burhiya didi for the children. The tales told by burhiya didi had become very famous among the children. Those were like a novel to be narrated night by night. In every night when story was told the youngest child used to sleep at earliest and the oldest at the latest so in the next night the oldest used to insist burhiya didi to continue from that point where he left but that was not tolerable for other as others used to sleep earlier.  To solve that quarrel burhiya didi used to start from far away where the oldest one slept and when he used to oppose she had a clever answer that she narrated till that point and she didnt bother when the oldest one slept. Then all used to agree to continue from the point when the youngest one went to sleep.        

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