As per law, your siblings have equal rights over the properties which were left by your father, but they can’t claim house rent from you. The property that belonged to your father shall, upon his intestate death, devolve equally to all his legal heirs. Therefore, your siblings have rights to share in the property.
The property is self-acquired by your grandfather. In such a case, upon his demise interstate, the property would devolve upon your father and not you. In case your father passes away before your grandfather, then in such a case it would fall upon you, your mother, and your siblings equally. The property in question is self-acquired by your grandfather’s father and would devolve into the same scenario.
The property in question is self-acquired by your grandfather’s great-grandfather and would devolve the same. The property in question is self-acquired by your grandfather’s great-grandfather and would devolve the same. In such a case, you would be entitled to the property by birth as it becomes your ancestral property. To give you more clarity on the concept of ancestral property: Ancestral property is defined as any property which passes undivided down 4 generations of male lineage. The right to such property accrues at birth, unlike other laws of inheritance where the right arises upon the death of the owner.
Reference: Section 8 of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 – 202100499-20210043-13544