The first of the Malls, Jai Mall showed his military skills during the turmoil in the Mughal Empire and won his title from the Emperor. Mall in Sanskrit means a wrestler.
The first of the Singhs, Jagat Singh is assumed to be from the later part of the Mauryan Empire according to G. N. Dutt. Given the title by one of the Mauryan rulers for his bravery, Singh means a lion.
The hundredth king from the lineage of Mayura Bhatta, Raja Fateh Sahi was the last raja of Husseypur and is the founder of Tamkuhi. He fought the English most of his life and later turned into a Fakir. Rightly described by historians as one of the first few Rajas to revolt against the British, he was never caught due to his guerilla tactics and the support of his subjects from all strata of the society.
Raised in Allahabad under the guardianship of his maternal grandparents, Biseshwar Sahi was the first of the Sahis to move to Anapur after inheriting the estate from his maternal grandfather. Being a passionate automobile enthusiast, he served in different automobile association boards and was the director of Uttar Pradesh Automobile Association.