Purvanchal Jat Mahasabha

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Author of this article is Laxman Burdak लक्ष्मण बुरड़क
K. R. Chaudhary at Gaushala Guwahat

Purvanchal Jat Mahasabha

Purvanchal Jat Mahasabha is a social organization of the Jat Samaj of the North East Region in India. The Organization was founded on 13 January 2008 with the objective of organizing people of this region to undertake laudable socio cultural project to launch a campaign to eradicate various social evils. This organization is affiliated to All India Jat Mahasabha, Delhi. A souvenir was published on this occasion to highlight the activities.

Contents of souvenir

The souvenir contains in addition to messages from V I P persons the following useful articles on Jats and Jat History:

  • अध्यक्ष व संपादक की कलम से
  • युग पुरूष: महाराजा सूरजमल - डॉ एस. एस. राणा
  • जाट वीर राजा नाहर सिंह का बलिदान - डॉ जयपाल तरंग
  • मारवाड़ केसरी बलदेव राम मिर्धा - राधाकृष्ण चौधरी, जयपुर
  • भारत के महान सपूत चौधरी चरणसिंह
  • जातीय बिखराव को रोका जाए - रामवीर सिंह
  • जब धोलपुर नरेश ने जाटों का मस्तक सबसे ऊँचा किया - भगवान सिंह चाहर खलौवा
  • जाटों की उत्पति और बल पराक्रम
  • विदेशों में जाट शासक
  • जाट राज्य व रियासतें
  • समाज सुधर की बात - डॉ ज्ञानप्रकाश पिलानिया
  • जाट पत्र पत्रिकाएं
  • जाट महापुरुषों के चिर स्मरणीय दिवस
  • गोत्र परिचय
  • List of members of Purvanchal Jat Mahasabha

President

  • The President of Purvanchal Jat Mahasabha is Shri K. R. Chaudhary.
  • His address is 3, G.D. Sikaria Commercial Complex, M.S. Road Guwahati - 781001.
  • His Phone: 0361-2637863 (O) 0361-2549880 (R) 09435024549 (Mob)

Jat clans in north east area

I did an analysis of members of Purvanchal Jat Mahasabha. The Jat clan wise membership is as under:

Achra 1, Badara 1, Badkisha 1, Bagdia 8, Bajia (Boja) 5, Baliwal 1, Bana 1, Barala (Barola) 5, Beniwal 4, Bhadwa 2, Bhakar 2, Bhawria 1, Bhera 1, Bheri 1, Bijarnia 6, Birda 1, Bola 1, Budania 1, Bugalia 2, Burdak (Burdok) 9, Chahar (Chahor) 5, Chandra 1, Chhabarwal 1, Choudhary 24, Degda 2, Deshraj 1, Devande 1, Dewanda 1, Dhaka 11, Dhama 1, Dhayal 1, Dudi 1, Dudwal 3, Gadwal 8, Gena 1, Ghotia 3, Godara 3, Godwal 2, Jakhar (Jokhar, Jakhor) 6, Jat 2, Jee 1, Jhajharia 2, Jhuria 3, Kajla 1, Kaler 1, Kataria 1, Keel 1, Khedar 1, Khinchad 2, Khokhar 5, Kilka 1, Kudi 8, Kulhari 3, Kumar 2, Lathar 1, Maan 1, Mahala 3, Mahria 5, Mawlia 1, Meel 3, Mitharwal 2, Moond 4, Mowal 1, Mowulya 1, Muwal 1, Nehra 1, Nen 1, Netad 2, Pachar 1, Payal 2, Pilania 3, Prasad 1, Punia 7, Rad 5, Ram 5, Ranwa 2, Rao 1, Rathi 1, Repaswal 1, Rewad 1, Rundala 1, Samota 11, Saran 2, Serawat 1, Seshma 1, Sewda 2, Shaw 1, Shiwran 1, Sihag 1, Singh 3, Sinwar 1, Siyak 1, Sonwal 1, Syoran 3, Tarad 1, Tetarwal 3, Thalod 1, Thori 3, Vishram 4, Total.... 263

  • Local variant of gotras are given in brackets. Some of the Gotras are spelled with 'O' in place of 'A' such as Bajya (Bojya), Burdak (Burdok), Chahar (Chahor), Jakhar (Jokhar, Jakhor) etc.
  • Maximum number is 24 of surname using Choudhary and not the clan name.
  • The biggest gotras in this region in decreasing order are as under
Rank Number of members Gotra
1. 11 Samota
2. 11 Dhaka
3. 9 Burdak
4. 8 Kudi
5. 8 Gadwal
6. 8 Bagdia
7. 7 Punia
8. 6 Jakhar
9. 6 Bijarnia

Author लेखक: Laxman Burdak लक्ष्मण बुरड़क


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