History of Shekhawati
Shekhawati was established by ShekhawatRajputs and it was ruled by SongaraRajputs until ndia's independence
Ji from Dhundhar
established his own independent kingdom with the capital at Amarsar
. He was the first independent ruler. After him, Rao Raimal, Rao Suja and Rao Lunkaran become the rulers of Amarsar. Rao Manohar succeeded his father Rao Lunkaran and founded Manoharpur later renamed Shahpura
(The present ruler of Shahpura is the Tikai of Shekhawatsubclan). Shekhawats conquered the Jhunjhunu, Fatehpur, Narhar of Kaimkhanis and established their rule in 1445 and ruled till 1614. Shekhawati was the largest Nizamat in the state of Jaipur,
which is almost entirely occupied by Shekhawats. The Shekhawat chieftains of the region retained a nominal loyalty to the Kachwaha Rajput's capital state of Jaipur(Amer), who in turn honoured them with the hereditary title of Tazimi
Sirdars. The rulers of the Shekhawati'sThikanas were the Shekhawat sub clan of the Kachwaha Dynasty of the Jaipur Princely State. Shekhawats was the most prominent among all the Kachawas of Jaipur..
Colonel J.C. Brooke, in his book Political History of India, wrote that for the recruitment of cavalry, there is no region in India at par with Shekhawati.