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Bhadrak Jat Gotra

Bhadrak (भद्रक) is a gotra of Jats. [1]

History

महाभारतकालीन जनपदों में भद्रक लोगों का भी वर्णन आता है। ये जाटवंश अवश्य ही जांगल देश के भादरा नगर के क्षेत्र में रहे होंगे और निश्चित ही भादरा इनकी राजधानी रही होगी। भादरा से जोधपुर और अजमेर की ओर इनका बढ़ना पाया जाता है। ये लोग शान्तिप्रिय पाये जाते हैं और अब भादू और कहीं-कहीं भादा कहलाते हैं[2]

Bhadrak in Orissa

Map of Bhadrak District

Bhadrak is a city and a municipality in Bhadrak district in the state of Orissa, after godess Bhadrakali, the consort of Virabhadra,the ancestor of Jats.

Villages in Bhadrak tahsil

Aharpada, Alauti, Amargadia, Ambroli, Ampor, Anantapur, Andheipali, Andhia, Aranji, Arnapal, Asura, Atto, Bagamara, Bahadalpur, Bahudarada, Balabhadrapur, Balajitpada, Balanta, Balo, Banapinjara, Bandhgan, Bania, Bantia, Baradadihi, Baranga, Barapada, Barapadi, Basalpur, Basuapada, Basudebpur, Baudpur, Belada, Bental, Betra, Bhabanibindha, Bhadrak (M), Bhagabanpur, Bhaktibrahmapur, Bhattira, Bibhutipur, Bije Gangadharpur, Bilabari, Biripada, Bishnupurbindha, Brahmapur, Chadheya, Chakbental, Chandanpur, Chandigan, Charampa, Chhatisbirajapur, Chinamali, Chunida, Churangpur, Daising, Dando, Deulapal, Dharmasaranabindha, Dinari, Elakha, Eradei, Erara, Erei, Erendei, Gajendrapur, Gandagara, Ganijang, Ganjamal, Gelpur, Geltua, Gobindapur, Gohirani, Gopalbindha, Goramati, Govindpur, Gujidarada, Hamirbindha, Haripur, Haripur, Harisankarpur, Hasinpur, Jagadalpur, Jagannathapur, Jalanga, Jayrampur, Jhadsara, Jiragambhira, Jitanaga, Kadapada, Kalahandia, Kalei, Kalidaspur, Kantapara, Kantia, Kasalpur, Kaupur, Kedarpur, Kespur, Khanabadi, Khandatara, Khorasahi, Khordanga, Kodagambhir, Korabaruan, Korakara, Koranta, Kuapada, Kudiamal, Kundla, Kuntala, Kusunnagar, Madhusudanpur, Maliaruan, Mulagan, Nachhipur, Naho, Nalagara, Nalanga, Nanguri, Narayanpur, Nurpur, Ogalpur, Olang, Pachhatira, Pagar, Palasinga, Palli, Panchapada, Panibhandar, Paribindha Marpur, Paribindharasalpur, Porapara, Raghunathpur, Raghupatibindha, Rajpur, Rajualibindha, Ramakrushunapur, Rambhila, Rampur, Randia, Rangarajapur, Ranj, Ratanpur, Routragadiapatana, Sabarang, Sahara, Sahaspur, Saidabad, Samaraipur, Samia, Saragadia, Saramanga, Sarasatia, Saripal, Serpur, Singara, Sirapur, Srirampur, Sukunalia, Susiladeipur, Susua, Tagira, Talanga, Tankuni, Taragana, Tentuligaria, Thuruda, Tigiria, Tihiri, Tisalpur, Toranga, Toranpada, Tunda, Ukura,

Villages in Bhadrak District

Achak, Adhuan, Adia, Akhuapada, Alabaga, Alauti, Alinagar, Amarnagar, Ambroli, Ampor, Anandapur, Andarei, Andheipali, Andhia, Andola, Anijo, Apanda, Aradi, Arandua, Arasa, Arjunbindha, Arjunpur, Artung, Aruha, Astak, Asura, Asurali, Atto Bachhada, Badahattrilochanpur, Badaostia, Badbarchhikayan, Bagamara, Bagdabinayakpur, Baghanata, Bahabalpur, Bahudarada, Baikunthapur, Bajarapur, Balabhadraprasad, Balabhadrapur, Balarampur, Balasahi, Baliapal, Balichaturi, Baligan, Balimed, Balimunda, Balipada, Balipokhari, Bamanbindha, Bamkura, Bandhatia, Bandhgan, Bania, Banktira, Bant, Bantia, Barandua, Baranga, Barapada, Baro, Barsar, Basantia, Basudebpur, Baudpur, Bayabanapur, Bayangdihi, Belasaunlia, Bental, Bentalpur, Betra, Bhabanibindha, Bhadrak, Bhagabanpur, Bhandari Pokhari, Bhatapada, Bhatapada, Bhatasahi, Bhuinbruti, Bideipur, Bidyadharpur, Bijayanagar, Bilana, Birabarapur, Biras, Biroli, Biruan, Bishnupur, Bishnupurbindha, Bisolsasan, Bodaka, Brahmangan, Brahmapur, Brajanandapur, Chabispada, Chadheya, Chakarapadhi, Chandabali, Chandanpur, Chandigan, Chandipur, Chandrakatbindha, Charadia, Charampa, Charigan, Charitaraf, Chasakhand, Chhatis Samil Nandor, Chhatrapada, Chhedak, Chudamani, Chunida, Dadhibamanpur, Daipur, Daising, Dakshinadhamara, Dalanga, Dando, Dappa, Daulatapur, Deopada, Deula, Deuladihi, Dhamanagar, Dhusuri, Dillo, Dinari, Dolasahi, Dosinga, Eram, Erara, Erei, Ertal, Falapur, Fatepur, Fatepur, Gadagadi, Gajipur, Gariali, Gelpur, Geltua, Ghatapur, Gobindapur, Gobindpur, Goladia, Golapokhari, Gopalbindha, Gopinathpur, Gopinathpur, Goramati, Goudabishinuapada, Goudunipokhari, Govindapur, Govindpur, Guagaria, Guamal, Gudupal, Gujidarada, Haladia, Haripur, Haripur, Harisinghpur, Hasinpur, Hengupati, Ichhadamajapharpur, Indiria, Jagadalpur, Jagannathapur, Jagannathprasad, Jagannathpur, Jagannathpur, Jagula, Jahangir, Jalahari, Jalamandua, Jalanga, Jaleswarpur, Jantuali, Jashipur, Jayadurgapatana, Jayantara, Jharakata, Jhutna , Jitanaga, Josotikiri, Jyotisingpur, Kaithkola, Kakurigaria, Kalei, Kalidaspur, Kalyani, Kamargan, Kamaria, Kandagaradi, Kandaragadia, Kandha, Kanjiapal, Kanpada, Kantapari, Kanti, Kantia, Kantika, Karada, Karanapali, Karanapokhari, Karanjaadia, Karanjamal, Karanjigunupur, Kasimpur, Katasahi, Kathamunda, Kaupur, Kedarpur, Kesarpur, Khamarasahi, Khandatara, Khantakhuada, Khaparapada Kharida Binayakpur, Kharimahara, Khatuapatna, Kheranga, Khorasahi, Kismatkrushnapur, Kodagambhir, Kolha, Koliaria, Korabaruan, Korakara, Koranta Korigan, Korkara, Korua, Kothar, Kotsira, Krushnapur , Kuamara, Kuanrchatara, Kuanrda, Kubera, Kudakanthi, Kulana, Kumarpur, Kumbaria , Kusunnagar, Laxmidaspur, Lo-oger-chhamauza, Lunga, Madhapur, Madhusudanpur, Mahantipada, Maharampur, Mahulia, Makhalpur, Malda, Mallikadeipur, Malpur, Maltira, Mangalpur, Mangarajpur, Maninathapur, Manipur, Matto, Maudpur, Mausudha, Mirjapur, Mirjapur, Mobarakpur, Mruganayani, Muan, Mushang, Mustafapur, Nachhibindha, Nadigan, Naguan, Naikanidihi, Nalagohira, Nalagunda, Nalanga, Nami, Nandakandarpa, Nandapatna, Nandapur, Nandore, Nanguri, Narasinghpur, Narasinghpur, Narendrapur, Narendrapur, Narendrapur, Naugoruda, Nenjara, Nerada, Nirgundi, Nuabandha, Nuagan, Nuaganichapur, Nuananda, Nunia, Odanga, Olaga, Olang, Orada, Orali, Pachhalo, Padhani, Padhanpada, Padhuan, Padmapur, Pagar, Pahadpur, Paikasahi, Palasa, Palasahi, Palasapur, Paliabindha, Palkiri, Palli, Panchapada, Panchupada, Panchutikiri, Pangata, Paramanandapur , Patrisahi, Patuli, Piteipur, Purnaprasad, Purusandha, Radho, Raghunathpur, Raghupatibindha, Rahanian, Raipur, Rajgharpokhari, Rajnagarmangalpur, Rajpur, Rajualibindha, Ramakrushunapur, Rambhila, Rampur, Randia, Ranj, Ranjit, Ratanga, Rauturapur, Sabarang, Sadanandapur, Sahara, Sahupada , Sainta, Samantaraipur, Samaraipur, Sankharu, Sanlapur, Santarapur, Santhapura, Saramanga, Saramara, Sarapur, Sarasada, Saro, Sasikadeipur, Sathibankuda, Satiuti, Satsola, Saya, Sayadjafar, Sendhagara, Serapur, Serpur, Shyamsundarpur, Silandi, Sindol, Singara , Singiti, Sirapur, Sodha, Sohara, Solampur, Sorisadihi, Sriganga, Suan, Subhadia, Sudarsanpur, Sugo, Sundarpur, Surajapur, Susiladeipur, Susua, Taladapa, Taladumuka, Talagop, Talagopbindha, Talakanpada, Talanga, Talapada, Taragana, Tarago, Telnati, Tentulidihi, Thaila, Tillo, Toranga, Toranpada, Totapada, Tulamtula, Uhad, Upardumuka, Urunia, Uteipur, Uttarbad,

Demographics

As of 2001 India census, Bhadrak had a population of 92,397. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Bhadrak has an average literacy rate of 65%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; with 57% of males and 43% of females literate. 13% of the population is under 6 years of age.

BHadrak is famous for its kalipuja held at "charampa" .This famous goddess is known as "Bhadrakali" .

References

  1. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, s.n. भ-34
  2. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Chapter III (Page 195)

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