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Jaipur (जयपुर, Urdu: جے پور), also popularly known as the Pink City, historically sometimes rendered as Jeypore, is the capital of Rajasthan state, India. Jaipur is the former capital of the princely state of Jaipur. The city was founded in 1727 by Sawai Jai Singh II, the ruler of Amber. It is the first planned city in India.


The population in 2003 was approximately 2.7 million.

Tahsils in Jaipur district

  • Amber (आमेर) ,
  • Bassi (बस्सी) ,
  • Chaksu (चाकसू) ,
  • Chomu (चोमू) ,
  • Dudu (दूदू) (Hq. Mauzamabad),
  • Jaipur (जयपुर) ,
  • Jamwa Ramgarh (जमवा रामगढ) ,
  • Kotputli (कोटपूतली) ,
  • Phagi (फागी) ,
  • Phulera (फुलेरा) (Hq.Sambhar),
  • Sanganer (सांगानेर) ,
  • Shahpura (शाहपुरा) ,
  • Viratnagar (विराटनगर) ,

Villages in Jaipur tahsil

Location of Amber in Jaipur District

Achanchukya (अचाणचुक्या), Bagrana (बगराना), Balloopura (बल्लूपुरा), Baori (बावड़ी), Barh Fatehpura (बाढ़ फतेहपुरा), Baseri (बसेड़ी), Basri (बासड़ी), Beer Hathod (बीड़ हाथोद), Beermalpura @ Mukandpura (बीरमलपुरा मुकंदपुरा) Begas (बेगस), Bhambori (भम्बोरी), Bhoodarpura (भूदरपुरा), Bichpari (बिचपड़ी), Boytawala (बोयतावाला), Chak Baori (चक बावड़ी), Chak Barh (चक बाढ़), Chak Basri (चक बासड़ी), Chak Begas (चक बेगस), Chak Boytawala (चक बोयतावाला), Chak Mojya (चक मोज़्या), Chak Ramsar (चक रामसर), Chak Sarna Doongar (चक सरना डूंगर), Champapura (चम्पापुरा), Charanwas (चारणवास), Dhankya (धाणक्या), Dharampura (धरमपुरा), Durjaniyawas (दुर्जनियावास), Fatehpura (फतेहपुरा), Gajadharpura (गजाधरपुरा), Govindpura, @ Jaichandpura (गोविन्दपुरा जयचंद्पुरा) Gurliya (गुरलिया), Hathod (हाथोद), Himmatpura (हिम्मतपुरा), Jaibhawanipura (जयभवानीपुरा), Jaipur, (M Corp.) (Part) (जयपुर नगर निगम झोटवाड़ा) Jaisinghpura Kankroda (जयसिंहपुरा कान्करोदा), Kalwar (कालवाड़), Kanarpura @ Khanga Ki Dhani (कानरपुरा खांगा की ढाणी), Kanwar Ka Bas (कँवर का बास), Kapariyawas (कापड़ियावास), Keshyawala (केश्यावाला), Kishorpura @ Kankroda (किशोरपुरा कान्करोदा) Lalchandpura (लालचंद्पुरा), Lalpura (लालपुरा), Laxmipura @ Chak Mauja (लक्ष्मीपुरा चक मौजा), Malpura Chaur (मालपुरा चौड़), Malpura Doongar (मालपुरा डूंगर), Manda Bhopawas (मंडा भोपावास), Mansa Rampura (मनसा रामपुरा), Mansinghpura (मानसिन्ह्पुरा), Mundiya Purohitan (मुंडिया पुरोहितान), Mundiya Ramsar (मुंडिया रामसर), Nandgaon Barsana (नंदगाँव बरसाना), Nari Ka Bas (नारी का बास), Natlalpura (नटलालपुरा), Neemera (नीमेड़ा), Niwaroo (निवारू), Pachar (पचार), Peethawas (पीथावास), Pindolai (पिन्डोलाई), Ramla Ka Bas (रामला का बास), Ramsingh Pura (रामसिंह पुरा), Roopa Ki Nangal (रूपा की नांगल), Sabrampura (सबरामपुरा), Sanchoti (संचोटी), Sarang Ka Bas (सारंग का बास), Sarna Chaur (सरना चौड़), Sarna Doongar (सरना डूंगर), Shrirampura @ Tewariwala (श्रीरामपुरा तेवरीवाला), Shyosinghpura @ Shyopura (श्योसिंहपुरा श्योपुरा), Sitapura, @ Ramoli (सीतापुरा रामोली), Sumel (सुमेल), Sundariyawas (सुन्दरियावास), Vijaypura (विजयपुरा),


Ram Sarup Joon[1] writes that ....Samudra Gupta conquered the whole of Punjab and a major part of India. The clans defeated by him included

The northern part of Rajputana was known as Jangladesh (Bikaner and Nagaur) during Mahabharata period. [2], and eastern part Jaipur-Alwar were called Matsya. Pandavas had spent one year of their vanishment in Virata Kingdom as their abode, to live in anonymity, after the expiry of their twelve-year long forest life. [3] According to Vimal Charanlal, Matsya extended from Jhunjhunu to Kotkasim 109 km in the north, Jhunjhunu to Ajmer 184 km in the west, Ajmer to Banas and upto confluence of Chambal River 229 km in the south. The capital of Matsya was Bairat. [4] [5]

About millions of years back this land was inundated with sea water. [6], [7], [8] As per Mr Gorki it needs no evidence as fossils found in the area confirms that this area was a sea at one time. [9] Mr Ojha believed that the desert area of Rajputana was earlier sea but due to earth quakes and other climatic reasons the landform came up and the water receded to the south leaving behind sand mass, which later was known as marukantar. The presence of shells, conch etc found in stone form in this area is clear evidence that this was a sea earlier. [10] [11]

It is not clear when these seas dried up and receded but the desert was created due to the receding of the sea. Many historians have considered this region included in Matsya. Rigveda also provides certain evidences in this matter. [12], [13] Manusmriti has called this land as ‘brahmrishi desha’. [14]

Jaipur region was included in ‘marukantar desha’ up to Ramayana period. Out of 16 mahajanapadas prior to Buddha, only two janapadas namely avanti and matsya were counted in Rajasthan area. Matsya was also influenced by avanti but later on Nandas of Magadha defeated avanti. Historians believe that Mauryas obtained the Rajasthan from Nandas. [15] Mauryan rule - The history of Rajasthan from Mahabharata period to the establishment of Mauryan Empire is in dark. [16] [17]

Two inscriptions have found at Bairat, which was capital of Matsya, indicate that this region was included in Mauryan Empire. [18] These inscriptions of Bairat provide information about Chandragupta Maurya and Ashoka, which confirm their rule in matsya. [19] Chinese traveler Xuanzang also mentions matsya. [20] [21]

Pratihara rule - After Mauryas we have information about the rule of Pratiharas in this area. [22]

Chauhan rule - In the beginning of 10th century AD Pratiharas became week and Chauhans of Sakambhari and Gurjar Pratihara of Matsya became independent. [23] After Pratihara the Tomaras of Delhi entered Taurawati. [24] Kachwahas - The Jagirdars of Jaipur belonged to the Kachwaha clan of Rajputs, claiming descent from Rama, king of Ayodhya. The state is said to have been founded about eleventh century or 1097 by Dūlaha Rāya, who hailed from Gwalior; he and his Kachwaha kinsmen are said to have absorbed or driven out the local Meenas and Bargujar Rajput chiefs. Jaipur state, which existed from the twelfth century until Indian Independence in 1947, took its name from the city. It had a total area of 15,579 square miles (40,349 km²) in 1900. In the 19th century the city grew rapidly and became prosperous, with a population of 160,000 in 1900.

The Jagirdars of Jaipur were in alliance with Mughal rulers and they provided the Mughal Empire with some of their most distinguished generals. Among them were Raja Man Singh I, who fought and governed from Kabul to Orissa and Assam; Jai Singh I, commonly known by his imperial title of Mirza Raja, whose name appears in all the wars of Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb; and Jai Singh II, or Sawai Jai Singh, the founder of Jaipur city. Throughout the disintegration of the Mughal Empire, the armies of Jaipur were in a constant state of warfare. Towards the end of the 18th century, the Jats of Bharatpur and the chief of Alwar declared themselves independent from Jaipur and each annexed the eastern portion of Jaipur's territory. This period of Jaipur's history is characterized by internal power-struggles and constant military conflicts with the Marathas and Jats.

It was later in 1818, that the Jaipur state entered into subsidiary alliance with the British. In 1835 there was a serious disturbance in the city, after which the British government intervened. The state later became well-governed and prosperous. During the Revolt of 1857 when the British invoked the treaty to request assistance in the suppression of rebellious sepoys, the Maharaja opted to preserve his treaty, and thus sent in troops to subdue the uprisings in the area around Gurgaon and the out-skirts of Delhi. The Jaipur forces also secured and kept open the strategic Agra-Ajmer highway, and shelter was given to Europeans fleeing from the menace of the mutineers in the Nahargarh Fort.

Jat History

Ram Swarup Joon[25] writes about Malha, Malo or Malli: The Malhi and Malo republics and clans have been mentioned in the accounts of Alexander's invasion.

The Rock inscription of Malha Jats of the period of Panini (6th century BCE) refers to their four kingdoms Kashnara, Pava, Multan and Varansi.

A rock inscription of Nagaragram in Jaipur speaks of Jaimalo.

The area of Malwa comes to be known as such after their name.

A large number of Malha Jats is in Malwa today.

Muslim and Sikh Malhi Jats is found in large numbers in Jhang, Multan and Sialkot. In Sialkot they have 25 villages in a compact area.

Jat population 1931

Thakur Deshraj has given an analysis of Jat population in Rajasthan as on 1931. After that census was not by castes. As per 1931 census the population of Jats in Rajasthan was as under:[26]

  • Rajasthan……………….1042152
  • Ajmer-Merwara…………….30000
  • Bisnoi Jats………………69873
  • Total Jat population…. 1142025

The population of jats in then princely states where they were in sizable proportion was as under:

  • Bharatpur state…………72378
  • Bikaner state………….215947
  • Jaipur state……………313609
  • Marwar state…………..283933

Bisnoi jats mainly inhibited the areas of Bikaner, Jaipur, Bharatpur, Marwar, Kishangarh and Mewar and their combined population was 69873. We find from above table that Jaipur state had the maximum population of Jats which was 313609.

Highest Jat density areas, according to Thakur Deshraj in the earstwhile Jaipur state were – Malpura, Sambhar, Shekhawati, Torawati, Khetri and Sikar. [27]

Jat Gotras in Jaipur City

Basis of Data

Jaipur is the Capital of Rajasthan. The Jaipur region is important Jat belt. We do not have any combined report which can give details about the distribution of Jat gotras in Jaipur region.

I thought to study the distribution pattern of Jat gotras in the Jaipur district. There are no ready records or studies as such. So I took the membership list of Jat Samaj Samiti, Jaipur Published under the title Jat Directory and Smarika 1999-2000.[28] It gives areawise detailed names, addresses, phone numbers of Jat families living in Jaipur city.

The two attributes Jat gotra and colony were brought on excel file, tabulated and shorted out. There is an interesting result which gives which jat gotra lives in which colony. This table is available with me and if any member is interested it can be uploaded. The following table is an abstract of the detailed table that gives population of each gotra as a number out of total jats (3920) in the directory arranged in alphabetical order.

The Jat Directory gives details of 3920 Jat families. There are large number of people who use Chaudhary, Arya or Jat as surnames. Some people use no surname. Out of this list 812 Jats had used Chaudhary as surname. 1218 people had Arya or Jat as surname or no surname. Many people around Jaipur use Jat surname. Out of these people 1890 people with gotra as surnames were selected and tabulated. These 1890 people are from 356 gotras. The figure after gotra is the count out of 1890 from which we can roughly assess comparative population of that gotra. Here is the list:

List of Jat Gotras in Jaipur city

Abusaria, 2 Achra, 1 Ahlawat, 4 Ameria, 1 Anana, 1 Andari, 1 Angyara, 1 Atri, 3 Babal, 1 Badsar, 1 Bag, 4 Bagar, 1 Bagaria, 9 Bainda, 3 Bajdolia, 2 Bajiya, 14 Balian, 1 Baliya, 2 Balwada, 3 Bana, 8 Bangadwa, 3 Barala, 6 Barol, 1 Bauhra, 1 Beniwal, 23 Bhadu, 3 Bhagasra, 2 Bhagod, 8 Bhakar, 26 Bhal, 1 Bhalotia, 4 Bhamu, 10 Bhan, 1 Bhanwaria, 3 Bharangar, 1 Bhataiya, 1 Bhauhar, 2 Bhinchar, 7 Bhukar, 3 Bijarnia, 10 Bikarav, 1 Birk, 1 Bissu, 1 Boori, 9 Budajia, 2 Budania, 4 Bugalia, 3 Burania, 1 Burdak, 19 Chahar, 20 Chalawaria, 1 Chandelya, 7 Chandiwal, 1 Chauhan, 4 Chaupda, 39 Chhaba, 1 Chhangar, 1 Chhaparia, 1 Chhilar, 1 Chholet, 2 Chhonkar, 1 Chirewale, 3 Chitan, 1 Choyal, 1 Dabas, 2 Dadarwal, 8 Daga, 1 Dagar, 21 Dahiya, 4 Dairwal, 1 Dalal, 2 Dangi, 7 Dangiwal, 1 Dara, 1 Dayaria, 1 Deg, 1 Degra, 3 Dengri, 1 Deshwal 1 Devanda, 15 Dhaka, 64 Dhamora, 1 Dhankar, 19 Dhariwal, 1 Dhaulya, 2 Dhayal, 22 Dhewa, 1 Dhidhwa, 1 Dhillon, 4 Dhindhwa, 3 Dhua, 2 Didel, 2 Dilhan, 1 Diwach, 1 Dodarwal, 1 Dodwadia, 8 Dohan, 3 Dookya, 14 Doot, 11 Dudhwal, 2 Dudi, 36 Dular, 7 Fageria, 9 Fardolya, 1 Faujdar, 2 Fidauda, 3 Gadhala, 1 Gahlot, 1 Gainan, 1 Gajraj, 6 Gared, 1 Garhwal, 15 Garwa, 2 Gathala, 6 Gawadia, 2 Get, 7 Ghosalia, 23 Gill, 5 Godara, 71 Golya, 1 Grewal, 1 Gulia, 2 Gwala, 1 Harathwal, 8 Hirawat, 1 Hooda, 8 Inania, 2 Indolia, 3 Jagal, 1 Jakhar, 42 Jangoo,1 Janoo, 9 Jaswal, 14 Jatrana, 1 Jhajharia, 24 Jhajhla, 1 Jhajhra, 1 Jhijhwaria, 1 Jhojhar, 1 Jhuria, 3 Jijwaria, 3 Jitarwal, 9 Jodia, 1 Jotar, 3 Juhar, 1 Junawa, 1 Jyani, 4 Kadian, 1 Kadwa, 6 Kajla, 4 Kakran, 1 Kala, 1 Kalawat, 1 Kaler, 2 Kansujiya, 1 Kapuria, 2 Karwasra, 3 Kasania, 2 Kaswan, 8 Kataria, 15 Katewa, 31 Kaunteya, 3 Khadanla, 1 Khakal, 1 Khalia, 2 Khalkar, 1 Khangal, 1 Khanothia, 1 Kharbas, 7 Kharinta, 2 Kharra, 4 Khatkar, 5 Khatri, 1 Khedar, 5 Khichar, 11 Khirwal, 1 Khokhar, 7 Khuntel, 1 Kodia, 1 Kok, 2 Kolar, 1 Koont, 1 Koth, 1 Kothari, 8 Krishnia, 10 Kudi, 1 Kulhar, 2 Kulhari, 18 Kundarwal, 4 Kundu, 2 Kuntal, 10 Kuralya, 3 Kuri, 6 Kurwa, 1 Lainga, 1 Lamba, 27 Lamrod, 1 Lathar, 3 Lepswal, 1 Locham, 2 Lohmarod, 1 Lomrod, 1 Lora, 4 Lotasra, 1 Loyal, 1 Luhach, 1 Lunayach, 6 Maan, 20 Machra, 1 Machwa, 1 Maderna, 2 Madhur, 1 Mahawal, 2 Mahia, 1 Mahla, 27 Mahlawat, 6 Mahua, 1 Mahure, 1 Makad, 1 Malan, 2 Malhan, 2 Malik, 8 Manmawa, 1 Mand, 1 Manda, 3 Mandia, 5 Mandiwal, 1 Mandolia, 5 Mangawa, 1 Marwada, 3 Mechu, 2 Meel, 28 Mehra, 2 Mehria, 1 Mehta, 1 Mehto, 1 Meway, 1 Mirdha, 11 Mitharwar, 1 Moga, 4 Mohra, 1 Moond, 5 Mudalia, 1 Muhal, 2 Mukul, 1 Mund, 1 Mundel, 1 Nadal, 1 Naij, 1 Nain, 2 Nasir, 3 Natwadia, 5 Nehra, 16 Nitharwal, 23 Nohwar, 2 Nund, 1 Nyol, 2 Ogra, 1 Ola, 19 Pabana, 1 Pachar, 3 Palawat, 1 Palsania, 3 Pandu, 3 Panwar, 8 Paraswal, 8 Parihar, 2 Pathaina, 1 Payal, 11 Pilania, 8 Piploda, 1 Pual, 2 Punia, 123 Purnawa, 1 Raghuvansi, 1 Rahad, 3 Rai, 1 Rajauria, 2 Rana, 3 Ranwa, 5 Rao, 5 Rara, 1 Rathi, 9 Rathor, 1 Rautwal, 1 Rawat, 7 Rayal, 2 Repswal, 5 Rewad, 11 Riyad, 1 Rohela, 6 Rohit, 1 Roj, 1 Rolan, 1 Rolania, 22 Rudla, 4 Sahu, 9 Samota, 24 Sangwa, 1 Sangwan, 5 Sanwal, 3 Saran, 24 Sarawat, 6 Sau, 1 Saumra, 1 Sekhu, 1 Sepat, 5 Sewda, 2 Sheoran, 6 Sheshma, 2 Shoora, 1 Shukran, 4 Siddhu, 1 Sigar, 7 Sihag, 4 Sikarwar, 3 Silk, 1 Sindhu, 1 Singal, 2 Singhania, 1 Singwal, 1 Sinsinwar, 11 Sipalwal, 1 Sirohi, 17 Siyag, 1 Sodh, 1 Sogaria, 1 Sohalak, 1 Solanki, 12 Somra, 1 Soora, 3 Sulot, 1 Sunda, 7 Sunwala, 1 Sutalia, 1 Sutlana, 1 Takhar, 2 Talwada, 1 Tandi, 1 Tangar, 1 Tanwar, 1 Tarad, 1 Tetarwal, 2 Thakan, 5 Thakran, 1 Thakurele, 3 Thalor, 1 Thebar, 1 Thenua, 1 Tholia, 4 Thori, 4 Titarwal, 3 Todawat, 25 Tokas, 1 Tomar, 13 Vichach, 1 Virk, 1 Total Gotras 356 and counts......1890


  1. The above analysis reveals that the biggest five gotra in Jaipur are Punia (123), followed by Godara (71), Dhaka (64), Jakhar (42) and Chaupda (39).
  2. The gotras equal or more than 1 percent of Jat population in Jaipur city include following 27 gotras given in increasing order:Kulhari18, Burdak 19,Dhankar 19 Ola19, Chahar 20, Maan 20, Dagar 21, Dhayal 22, Rolania 22, Beniwal 23, Ghosalia 23, Nitharwal 23, Jhajharia 24, Samota 24, Saran 24, Todawat 25, Bhakar 26, Lamba 27, Mahla 27, Meel 28, Katewa 31, Dudi 36, Chaupda 39, Jakhar 42, Dhaka 64, Godara 71, Punia 123,
  3. The activities in which these people are involved was also recorded in their format which finds mention in the Directory. Majority of the people are in service and have their own house in Jaipur. Other activities are business, shops, contractorship, property dealership, agriculture, dairy, politics, paultry farming etc.
  4. Number of Gotras with single entry is 159. These people seem to have started coming to Jaipur late, hence less number.

List of Jat Gotras in Jaipur district outside Jaipur

A:Adwal (अडवाल), Akodia, Anadi, Aula (औला), B:Badala, Badbadwal, Badoda (बड़ोदा), Badolya (बडोल्या), Bagadia, Bagalya, Bagga (बग्गा), Bagolia (बगोलिया), Bajadolya (बाजडोल्या), Bajdolya (बाजडोल्या), Bajia (बाजिया), Baloda, Bambhu (बाम्भू), Bamborya (बम्बोरया), Bamu, Bamun (बामूं), Bana, Banbhu (बांभू), Baradwal, Barala, Barban (बरबान)/(बरबाण), Bawada (बावडा), Bawaria, Bawarya (बावरया), Beniwal, Bhabhda (भाभडा), Bhadada, Bhadala, Bhadu, Bhakar, Bhaikda (भैकडा), Bhamu, Bhamun (भामुं), Bhanmu, Bhari, Bharol (भारोल), Bharwalya (भरवाल्या), Bhawaria, Bhichar, Bhoraya (भोरया), Bhuri, Bhuria, Bidia (बिडिया), Bijarnia, Bijarnya (बिजारण्या), Bloondiya, Bodalya (बोदल्या), Boori, Burdak, C:Chalavarya (चलावरया) , Charanya, Chaupda, Chayal, Chayal, Chhaba, Chhalawarya (छलावरया), Chhaparya (छापरया), Chitalya, Chotya, Chotya, Chula, D:Dabada (डाबड़ा), Dabala (डाबला), Dadarwal, Dagar, Dalan, Dalelwal (दलेलवाल), Dangar, Darwal, Dasania, Degda, Deru, Devanda, Devda (देवड़ा), Dhaka, Dhalan, Dhandha, Dhankad, Dhankhad, Dharel (धारेल), Dhayal, Dholia, Dholya, Dhoot (धूत), Diya, Dodawat (डोडावत), Dodwadya, Dogiwal, Dovana (दोवणा), Dudi, Duduwal (दूदूवाल), F:Fadoda, Fagodya, Fardoda (फरडोदा), Fatakya, Fogya, G:Gachhwal (गछ्वाल), Gadodia (गाडोदिया), Gadoria (गाडोरिया), Gaina, Gana, Gared, Garhwal, Garu, Garva, Gathala, Gaur, Gaura, Geeidya ( गीइड्या), Gena, Get, Ghasal, Ghausalya, Ghosalya, Ghotya (घोटया), Giyad, Godara, Godawara (गोदावरा), Godhara (गोधारा), Golada, Gora, Goraya, Gothya (गोठया), Gugad, Gulia, Gulya, Guralya (गुरल्या), H:Haratwal (हरतवाल), Hawala (हवाला), I:Icholya (इचोल्या), J:Jaiwalya, Jajunda, Jakhar, Jandu, Jangal, Jangu, Jaswal, Jewalya, Jhajh (झाझ), Jhajhada, Jhootha (झूथा), Jitarwal, Jitwal (जीतवाल), Joonla (जूंला), Jotad (जोतड़), Jyani, K:Kadwa, Kadwasara (कडवासरा), Kakanwal (काकणवाल), Kakdawa, Kakhal (काखाल), Kakralya, Kakrania (ककरानिया), Kala, Kalarawana (कालारावणा), Kalwanya (कलवाण्या), Kanara (कंणारा), Kandolya (कन्दोल्या), Kansara (कणसरा), Kantwa (कांटवा), Kapoorya (कपूरया), Karad, Karwal, Kaswa, Kaswa, Kaswan, Kataria, Katwa, Khadwal, Khankan (खांकण), Kharbad (खरबड़), Kharbas, Kharwas, Khinchi (खींची), Khoji (खोजी), Khokhar, Kitawat (कितावत) , Kok, Korwal, Kot, Kot, Koth, Kuaal (कुआल), Kudawala (कुडावाला), Kularia, Kunawan (कुणावां), Kundarwal, Kuwal, L:Lakhanwal, Lamba, Langar, Leel, M:Madalya (माडल्या), Magloda, Manbada (मणबदा), Manda, Mandia, Mandya, Mangloda, Maur, Mawalya, Miya, Motya, Mukaranya (मुकराण्या), Mukranya, Muwal, N:Naga, Naharwal, Nahra, Nasana, Natharwal, Natwadya, Neel, Nehra, Nen, Nenwa (नेनवा), Netwal, Nijanya (निजन्या), Nitharwal, Nyala (न्याला), O:Ogara (ओगरा), P:Palsanya, Pandu, Papadya (पापडया), Paraswal, Pipaloda (पिपलोदा), Poonya (पून्या), Punia, Punya, Puwal (पुवाल), R:Randeda, Ranwa, Rasol (रसोल), Rewad, Riyad, Roj, Rolania, Rolaniya, Rudala (रुड़ाला), Rudwal, Rundala, Ruwala, S:Safedia, Sagiwal, Samota, Sandiwal, Sanodia (साणोदिया), Sanwata (सांवता), Sapedia, Saran, Seedadya (सीदड़या), Seelgaon, Seemar, Seeratha (सीराठा), Sejwal, Sepat, Serawat, Sesma, Sewat (सेवट), Sherawat, Shyor (श्योर), Sod (सोड), Sonth (सोंठ), Sor, Soran, Sutalya (सुतल्या), Suwa (सुवा), Syak, Syag, Syak, Syawat, T:Tada, Tadi, Takar, Talotia (तलोटिया), Tanda, Tanka (टांका), Tarol (तारोल), Teerwal, Tetarwal, Thakan, Thalod, Tharol, Thepadya, Thori, Thukarana (ठुकराना), Todawat, Todawata, Togda, U:Ula,

Note - The Jat Dharmshala Samiti Diggi in Tonk district collected a contribution of about Rs. 1 Crore from Jat community members over a period of 7 years from 1992 to 1998 in Tonk and Jaipur districts. They constructed a new Dharmshala, a School with 64 rooms, a grand dinning hall, 12 bathrooms, 10 latrines, tube wells etc at Diggi.

Jat Kalyan Smarika

The Jat Dharmshala Samiti organized a grand Jat sammellan on 10 June 1998 and published a smarika 'Jat Kalyan Smarika' on this occasion. This smarika has a list of 4425 members of Jat community from 455 Jat Gotras and about 280 villages of tahsils Malpura, Tonk, Todaraisingh and Niwai in Tonk district.

This list has contribution of 2380 members from Jaipur district also from adjoining tahsils Phagi, Dudu, Chaksu, Sanganer, Bassi. There are 195 villages and 300 Jat Gotras from these tahsils of southern part of Jaipur district. This list has also mentioned Jat Gotras of the contributors and as such is a useful document for the study and distribution of Jat gotras in Tonk district as well as Jaipur district. The 100 gotra names in Jaipur dstrict are new gotras not yet recorded in Jatland Wiki with any information about them. These new gotras are written with hindi name in bracket.

Jat villages in Jaipur district

Jat villages in Fagi tahsil

Amarpura Guhandi (अमरपुरा गुहन्दी) , Amli ki Dhani (आमली की ढाणी) , Bag ki Dhani (बाग की ढाणी), Balapura Ladana (बालापुरा लदाणा), Banmuon ki Dhani (बांमुओं की ढाणी), Barala ki Dhani (बराला की ढाणी) , Beesaloo (बीसालू), Bhanupura (भानुपुरा), Bhojpura Madhorajpura (भोजपुरा मधोराजपुरा), Bichi (बीचि), Birampura Pipala (बिरमपुरा पीपला) , Chakwada Chauru (चकवाडा चौरू), Chandama (चांदमा), Chandrapura Chandma (चन्द्रपुरा चांदमा) , Chauru (चौरू) , Chitauda (चितौड़ा) , Dalania Kudli (डालनिया कुडली) , Datuli (दतूली), Devnagar Ladana (देवनगर लदाणा) , Dhandha ki Dhani (धान्धा की ढाणी), Dhani Kakaria ( ढाणी काकरिया), Dusala ki Dhani (दुसाला की ढाणी), Gadooda (गडूडा), Gokulpura Pakhan (गोकुलपुरा पखण) , Gopalnagar (गोपालनगर), Gopalpura Jhadala (गोपालपुरा झाड़ला), Gopalpura Mandawari (गोपालपुरा मंडावारी), Jainagar Dhani (जयनगर ढाणी), Jatawala (जाटावाला), Jharana Madhorapura (झराना मधोरापुरा), Kansya (कांस्या) , Kanwarpura (कंवरपुरा) , Katoli (काटोली), Keria Bamu (केरिया बामू) , Khadunja (खडुन्जा) , Kharwas ki Dhani (खरवास की ढाणी) , Khijuriya (खिजूरिया), Kishorpura (किशोरपुरा) , Kudli (कुडली) , Ladana (लदाना), Lakholai Phagi (लाखोलाई फागी ), Maadi (मादी), Madanpura (मदनपुरा), Madhorajpura (मधोराजपुरा), Mandaliya (मण्डालिया) , Mandap (मण्डप), Mandawara Nareda (मण्डावारा नारेडा) , Mandawari (मंडावरी), Mendwas (मेंदवास) , Mohabbatpura (मोहब्बतपुरा), Mohanpura (मोहनपुरा), Mokha ki Dhani (मोखा की ढाणी), Mordi (मोरड़ी), Mukundpura Dadawata (मुकुन्दपुरा डडावता), Munpura (मुनपुरा), Muratpura Bichi (मुरतपुरा बीची) , Nadha Madhorajpura (नाढा मधोराजपुरा), Nareda (नारेडा), Nathmalpura ki Dhani (नथमलपुरा की ढाणी), Nathmalpura (नथमलपुरा), Naya Mauja (नया मौजा), Nayagaon Fagi (नयागांव फागी) , Nayagaon Nimeda (नयागांव निमेडा , Nimeda (निमेड़ा), Nondpura (नोन्दपुरा) , Paladi (पालडी़), Parwan (परवण), Pawsu (पवसू) , Phagi (फागी), Pipala ki Dhani (पीपला की ढाणी), Pipala Phagi (पीपला फागी), Poonya ki Dhani (पून्या की ढाणी), Pratappura Phagi (प्रतापपुरा फागी), Rajpura Phagi (राजपुरा), Ramchandrapura (रामचन्द्रपुरा), Renwal (रेनवाल), Sahedariya ( सहेदरिया), Sanwa ka Bas (सांवा का बास) , Sriramjipura (श्रीरामजीपुरा), Surastipura (सुरस्तीपुरा) , Thala Jhadla (थला झाडला), Thorya ki Dhani (थोरया की ढाणी) , Toot ki Dhani (तूत की ढाणी),

Jat villages in Dudu tahsil

Amarpura (अमरपुरा), Balapura Sewa (बालापुरा सेवा), Bhojpur Dudu (भोजपुर), Biharipura Sawli (बिहारीपुरा सावली), Chhaparwada (छापरवाडा), Dayalpura Dudu (दयालपुरा दूदू), Dhamana (धमाणा), Dhandholi (धांधोली), Ganeshpura Dudu (गणेशपुरा), Jaiwalya ki Dhani (जैवल्या की ढाणी), Kachnariya (कचनारिया), Kalyanpura Sewa (कल्याणपुरा सेवा), Keria Khurd (केरीया खुर्द), Khedi Charanan (खेडी चरणान), Lopodiya (लोपोडिया), Nagari Dhandholi (नगरी धांधोली), Mungithala (मुन्गीथाला), Muwalon ki Dhani (मुवालों की ढाणी), Nachaniya ki Dhani (नाचनिया की ढाणी), Nanda ki Dhani Sewa (नंदा की ढाणी), Norangpura Sewa (नोरंगपुरा सेवा), Rampura bardia (रामपुरा बाङिया), Rampura Bhurtia (रामपुरा भुरटिया), Rasili (रसीली), Reta ki Dhani (रेटा की ढाणी), Reta (रेटा), Sunadiya (सुनाडिया), Surajpura Dudu (सुरजपुरा), Udaipuria (उदयपुरिया),

Jat villages in Sanganer tahsil

Badanpura (बदनपुरा), Badhali ki Dhani (बड़हाली की ढाणी), Bagru Khurd (बगरू खुर्द), Balmukandpura (बालमुकन्द्पुरा), Bhakrota (भाकरोटा), Fagodyahala Thikarya (फागोड्याहाला ठीकरया), Gawar Jatan (गवार जाटान), Jatawala Sanganer (जाटावाला), Jotarawala (जोतड़ावाला), Kalalya ki Dhani, (कलाल्या की ढाणी) Kalana Tiba (कलना टीबा), Kapurwala (कपुरवाला), Kishorpura Sanganer (किशोरपुरा), Kularyan ki Dhani (कुलरयां की धणी), Mahapura (महापुरा), Nevata (नेवटा), Panwalia (पंवालिया), Ramchandrapura Sanganer (रामचन्द्रपुरा), Ramsinghpura Sanganer (रामसिंहपुरा), Sajharia (साझरिया), Siraki (सिराकी), Watika (वाटिका),

Jat villages in Chaksu tahsil

Aliwas (आलीवास), Amkeshpura (अमकेशपुरा), Bada Padampura (बाड़ा पदमपुरा), Badli Chaksu (बडली), Badni (बदनी), Bagpura Thali (बागपुरा थली), Bandha ki Dhani (बंधा की ढाणी), Bansa Chhoti (बांसा छोटी), Bansa Titaria (बांसा तितरिया), Bapu Gaon (बापू गाँव), Bas Brijnathpura (बास ब्रिजनाथपुरा), Bilaspura (बिलासपुरा), Devgaon Dumli ka Bas (देवगांव दुमली का बास), Devkishanpura (देवकिशनपुरा), Dhera ki Dhani (ढेरा की ढाणी), Garudwasi (गरुड़वासी), Govardhanpura Padampura (गोवर्धनपुरा पदमपुरा), Jagrampura (जगरामपुरा), Kadeda (कादेड़ा), Kareda Khurd (करेड़ा खुर्द), Kathawala (काठावाला), Kharbas Village (खरबास), Kiratpura (कीरतपुरा), Kothun (कोथून), Kotkhawada (कोटखावदा), Kumharia Bas (कुम्हारिया बास), Ladana Chaksu (लदाणा), Laxmipura Chaksu (लक्ष्मीपुरा), Magara ki Dhani (मगरा की ढाणी), Mankya Thali (मानक्या थली), Mansar Tootoli (मानसर), Marakhaya (मारखया), Moondya Khurd (मूण्ड्या खुर्द) , Murarpura Thali (मुरारपुरा थली), Naya Nimodia (नया निमोडिया), Nayagaon Chaksu (नयागांव), Nimodia (निमोडिया), Rampura bas Goner (रामपुरा बास गोनेर), Rupbas Kadeda (रूपबास कादेडा), Sadarampura (सदारामपुरा), Sawaimadhosinghpura (सवाईमाधोसिंहपुरा), ShriKishanpura (श्रीकिशनपुरा), Swami ka Bas (स्वामी का बास), Tamadya (तामडया), Titaria (तितरिया), Tootoli (टूटोली), Udaypuriya (उदयपुरिया), Umras (उमरास),

Jat villages in Bassi tahsil

Chandlai Bassi (चन्दलाई), Manoharpura (मनोहरपुरा), Kacholya Bassi (कचोल्या), Sambharia (सांभारिया), Piliya (पीलीया), Tiwadiwala (तिवाड़ीवाला), Khijaria Tiwadiwala (खिजरिया तिवाड़ीवाला), Achalpura (अचलपुरा), Tibawali Dhani (टिबावाली ढाणी), Chatarpura Bassi (चतरपुरा), Jaganavtali (जगनावताली), Palawala (पालावाला), Keshupura (केशुपुरा), Nada ki Dhani (नाडा की ढाणी),

Notable persons

External links


  1. History of the Jats/Chapter IV ,p. 58
  2. [Prithvi Singh Mehta: Hamara Rajasthan (1950), page 28]
  3. [Ojha: Rajputane ka Itihasa (Part I), page 83]
  4. [Ojha: Rajputane ka Itihasa (Part I), page 86]
  5. Sahiram: Ek adhūrī krānti, Shekhawati kā kisān āndolan (1922-1952), page-2
  6. [Devi Singh Mandawa: Shardul Singh Shekhawat, page 17]
  7. [Rajputane ka uthala samudra, page-21]
  8. [FE Partiger: Ancient Indian historical tradition, page-260]
  9. [Parmeshwar Solanki: Rajasthan marupradesh ka iti vritatmak vivechan, page 16]
  10. [G.H. Ojha: Rajputane ka Itihasa (Part I), page 83]
  11. Sahiram: Ek adhūrī krānti, Shekhawati kā kisān āndolan (1922-1952), page-2
  12. [Sukh Sampati Raj Bhandari: Bharat ke deshi rajya, Jaypur rajya ka Itihas, page 3]
  13. [G.H. Ojha: Rajputane ka Itihasa (Part I), page 83]
  14. Sahiram: Ek adhūrī krānti, Shekhawati kā kisān āndolan (1922-1952), page-3
  15. [Prithvi Singh Mehta: Hamara Rajasthan (1950), pages 30-31]
  16. [G.H. Ojha: Rajputane ka Itihasa (Part I), page 86-87]
  17. Sahiram: Ek adhūrī krānti, Shekhawati kā kisān āndolan (1922-1952), page-3
  18. [G.H. Ojha: Rajputane ka Itihasa (Part I), page 92]
  19. [Gahlot: Rajputane ka Itihasa, page 6]
  20. [Patrika. Varda, 912 April 1966 page 39]
  21. Sahiram: Ek adhūrī krānti, Shekhawati kā kisān āndolan (1922-1952), page-3
  22. [Dr Dashrath Sharma through ages, page 276]
  23. [Prithvi Singh Mehta: Hamara Rajasthan (1950), pages 58]
  24. [Dr Dashrath Sharma through ages, page 224]
  25. Ram Swarup Joon: History of the Jats/Chapter V,p. 94
  26. Thakur Deshraj: Jat Itihasa (Hindi), Maharaja Suraj Mal Smarak Shiksha Sansthan, Delhi, 1934, 2nd edition 1992.
  27. Thakur Deshraj: Jat Itihasa (Hindi), Maharaja Suraj Mal Smarak Shiksha Sansthan, Delhi, 1934, 2nd edition 1992.
  28. Jat Directory and Smarika 1999-2000:Jat Samaj Samiti, Jaipur

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