Rao Chattar Sal (1632–58) manufactured the sanctuary of Keshavarao at Patan and Chattar Mahal at Bundi. He saw administration with the Mughal strengths in the Deccan and was trusted by Dara Shikoh with governorship of Delhi, an uncommon benefit for a Rajput. He stayed faithful to Shah Jahan and Dara Shikoh amid the disobedience of Aurangzeb in spite of numerous allurements and passed on battling as the leader of his troops at the clash of Samurgarh in 1658 alongside his most youthful child Bharat Singh. Rao Bhao Singh (1658–78) the eldest child of Chhattar Sal succeeded his dad to the royal position of Bundi.Rao was Mughal Princess Jahanara's partner. In her written by hand book Jahanara Begum Sahib (English interpretation by Andrea Butenschon: The life of a Mogul Princess-Jahanara Begam, Daughter of Shah Jahan), she at first alludes to him as RakhiBandhBhai, however later she communicates love for him.