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Sangwan (सांगवान)[1][2] Sangwan (साङ्गवान) Sangwan (सांगवाण)[3] Sagwan (सगवान)[4] Sagwan (सागवाण) Sogwan (सोगवान) is a clan or gotra of Jats found in Rajasthan,[5] Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana in India. It is a branch of Chauhan.

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Origin

  • The present name of Sangwan Gotra came from Raja Sangram Singh or Sangu who came to Charkhi Dadri area in Haryana from Ajmer in Rajasthan after a long war between old Kshatriya Jat Aryas and newly formed Rajput Kingdoms of Rajasthan.
  • They used to keep weapon named Sang (साँग) and Vana (वाण) hence called Sangwan. [7]

History

http://sangwanparivar.com/wp-content/pdf/book.pdf

The Leeri (लीड़ी) village in Peesangan tahsil in Ajmer district in Rajasthan was the capital of rulers of this clan. They used to keep weapon named Sang (साँग) and Vana (वाण) hence called Sangwan. [8]

The Sangwan jats ruled at Sarsu in Jangladesh region of Rajasthan in 8th to 10th century. The chronology of thirteen Sangwan rulers of Sarsu state is as under: 1.Aadi Raja - Adu or Yadu Raja 2.Yugadi Raja 3.Brahmdutta Raja 4.Atarsom Raja 5.Nand Raja 6.Mahanand Raja 7.Aganikumar Raja 8.Maer Raja 9.Marich Raja 10.Kashyap Raja 11.Surya Raja 12.Salibahan Raja 13.Lahar- Lahari Raja

The Lahari Raja came to Ajmer area after long fight with Rajputs in Marwar area. Their title changed to Rana in Ajmer. There is one town "Lahar" in Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh. Surname Rana and Lahari are found in this part of Madhya Pradesh. The kingdom name was Lahadi in the name of Raja Lahari. The present name is village Lihdi near Ajmer. Sangwan jats ruled here for 9 generations. Last king of this clan in Ajmer area was Sangram Singh or Sangu. He left the land Ajmer-Merwara. Dada Sangu came to Dadri area in 1540-45 AD during rule of Shersah Suri.

According to H.A. Rose [9]Jakhar (जाखड़) is a tribe of Deswali Jats, claiming (Chauhan or Udhi) descent. Jaku, their eponym, migrated from Bikaner to Jhajjar in Rohtak. A Raja of Dwarka had a bow which Jaku failed to bend, in spite of the promised reward. In shame he left his native land and settled in Bikaner. The legend clearly points to the loss of military status by the Jakhars. Of the same stock are the Sangwan, Piru, and Kadian Jats.

ठाकुर देशराज लिखते हैं

ठाकुर देशराज लिखते हैं कि सांगू के नाम पर उसके साथी सांगवान कहलाये। ये कश्यप गोत्री जाट हैं। आरम्भ में इनका राज्य मारवाड़ के अन्तर्गत सारसू जांगल प्रदेश पर था। इनके पुरखा आदू अथवा आदि राजा से लेकर 13 पीढ़ी तक इनका राज्य सारसू जांगला पर रहा। जिन 13 सांगवान राजाओं ने मारवाड़ के सारसू जांगला प्रदेश पर राज्य किया, उनके नाम क्रमशः इस प्रकार हैं-(1) आदि राजा, (2) युगादि राजा, (3) ब्रह्मदत्त राजा, (4) अतरसोम राजा, (5) नन्द राजा, (6) महानन्द राजा, (7) अग्निकुंमार राजा, (8) मेर राजा, (9) मारीच राजा, (10) कश्यप राजा, (11) सूर्य राजा, (12) सूर्य राजा, (13) शालिवाहक राजा।


जाट इतिहास:ठाकुर देशराज,पृष्ठान्त-595


इन तेरह जाट राजाओं ने सारसू जांगला में राज किया और राजा की पदवी से भूपित भी रहे।

शालिवाहन के उत्तराधिकारी का नाम लैहर अथवा लहरी था। वह जांगला देश को छोड़कर अपने साथियों समेत अजमेर में आ गया। यहां उसकी पदवी राणा की हो गई। इस समेत नौ पीढ़ी तक सांगवान गोत के जाट नरेशों ने अजमेर की भूमि पर राज्य किया। हमारे मत से लैहर ने जिस स्थान को अपनी राजधानी बनाया था वह वर्तमान का लीड़ी ग्राम हो सकता है। लहैड ने अपने नाम से जो नगर होगा, वह आरम्भ में लैहड़ी रहा होगा और वही वर्तमान में लीडी हो सकता है। इस कुल का अन्तिम राजा संग्रामसिंह अथवा सांगू था। सांगू और उसके साथी मेरवाड़े की भूमि को छोड़कर चर्खी दादरी की ओर चले गये। भाट-ग्रन्थों में जो वंशावली दी गई है, उससे सांगू का समय पन्द्रहवीं-सोलहवीं सदी के बीच का जान पड़ता है और वह शेरशाह सूरी का समय कहा जा सकता है। भाट-ग्रन्थों में सांगू को अब से 20 पीढ़ी पहले लिखा है। औसतन 20 पीढ़ी के 400 वर्ष माने जाते हैं। इसीलिए हमने सांगू को पन्द्रहवीं-सोलहवीं शताब्दी के मध्य में बताया है। इनका प्रथम राजा जो कि मारवाड़ में सारसू-जांगला पर राज करता था, उस समय आठवीं, दसवी सदियों के बीच का हो सकता था, क्योंकि उसे अब से 50 पीढ़ी पहले बताया गया है।[10]

Sangwan Pal

Sangwan Pal has 84 villages around Charkhi Dadri in Bhiwani district in Haryana, out of these the main villages are Talu (तालू) , Baland (बालंद) , Surhati (सुरहती) , Birhi Kalan (बिरही कलां) . This khap has the descendants of Sangu and the Sangwan Jats. [11]

Distribution in Haryana

Raja Samgram Singh was a brave king. He bought horses from Arab and Kabul. He married 7 times. His first marriage was in Sheorayan Gotra Jats and last time to a Baloch girl in Afghanistan. Today there are 44 Sangwan villages in Dadri area. Charkhi is a head village well known for so many other wars with Mughal, British and Maharaja Jind.

Dada Sangu Married Thrice and he had children from all the thee wives. The Sangwan villages which were 40 at that time were distributed among 3 sons as:

22 - Head Village Charkhi 13 - Head Village Jhojhu Kalan 7 - < No Info>

Still, Sangwan Khaap Head is selected from Village Charkhi Only.

Dada Dohla was Guru of Dada Sangu and Dohla temple is situated on a hill near village Mehra/Jhojhu, and is worshiped by all Sangwan and other Jats in region. Thousands of People gather there in the temple every Poornima".

There is Sangu Dhaam Temple (40 meter Height) in village Kheri, near Charkhi Dadri, Dist. Bhiwani, Haryana. Hierarchy of Sangwan Khaap or Sangwan Chalishi (40 Sangwan Villages) Head (upper to down trend) is: - Sangwan‘s 40 Villages Head from - village Charkhi; Sangwan‘s 22 Villages Head from - village Birhi; Sangwan‘s 13 Villages Head from - village Jhojhu; Sangwan‘s 5 Villages Head from - village Tiwala.

Heads of Sangwan Khaap are elected from and by respective villages only (as such there is no election procedure, the Sangwan Khaap Head is elected with the consent of all the villagers); no other village from Sangwan Khaap will take part in their election and no person outside these villages can't get elected as Sangwan Khaap Head from very beginning (eg: Sangwan Khaap Head is elected by Charkhi village only and from Charkhi village itself with the consent of all Charkhi village residents).

Villages in Panipat district

Bursham, Chamarara, Pardhana,

Villages in Bhiwani district

Aadampur Dadi(आदमपुर दाडी), Asawari Atela Kalan, Atela Khurd, Atela Naya, Badal, Balali, Barsana, Bhairavi, Bilawal, Bindraban, Birhi Kalan(बिरही कलां), Chandeni, Charkhi(चरखी), Chhapar(छपार), Damkora, Dhigava, Dohka Dina, Dohka Hariya, Dohka Moji, Dohki, Gauripur(गौरीपुर), Ghasola, Gheekada(घीकाडा), Gudana, Isharwal, Jarwai Jatai Bhiwani, Jhojhu Kalan (झोझू कलां), Jhojhu Khurd (झोझू खुर्द), Kalali, Kaluwala, Kheri Battar, Kheri Boora, Kitlana, Mandhan Tosham, Mandola, Mankawas (माणकावास), Mehra village, Mirch, Paintawas Kalan, Paintawas Khurd, Pandwan, Pichopa Kalan, Pichopa Khurd, Ramalwas, Rambass Rasiwas, Saarangpur (सारंगपुर), Sahuwas(साहुवास), Shishwala, Sonf (सौफ कासनी ) Taalu, Tiwala,

Villages in Hisar district

Dohki, Kaimri,

Villages in Jhajjar district

Kharman (खरमाण), Sarai Aurangabad (सराय औरंगाबाद)

Villages in Yamuna nagar District

Bapauli, Chaneti, Tejli

Villages in Kurukshetra District

Thol, Sanghor, Gisarpadi,

Villages in Sonipat District

Butana, Nuran Khera

Villages in Rewari District

Rohrai,

Villages in Rohtak District

Mor Khedi,

Distribution in Punjab

Sangwan Akalgarh Dhaktaana, Dist Mohali population is 840 in Patiala district. [12] Sangwan population is 1,503 in Amritsar district. [13]

Distribution in Delhi

Villages in Delhi

Badu Sarai,

Distribution in Uttar Pradesh

Villages in Meerut District

Raghunathpur, Tehsil-Baleni

Villages in Moradabad District

Adola Mafi, Tehsil-Sambhal

Villages in Muzaffarnagar District

Jinjokhar,

Villages in Baghpat district

Rasoolpur Sankal Poothi,

Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

In Madhya Pradesh they are found in Bhopal and beora rajgarh. Ratlam 1,

Distribution in Rajasthan

Locations in Jaipur city

Ajmeri Road, Ambabari, Maharani Farm, Murlipura Scheme,

Villages in Churu district

Lalgarh, Hira Ka Bas (Rajgarh), Shyopura,

Villages in Sikar district

Pratappura, Ramgarh, Sikar, Utrada mohala malikpur,

Villages in Jhunjhunu district

Bhaloth, Dhani Bhalot, Doodwa, Doodhee, Haripura, Leekhawaa, Pilani, Sardarpura (Chhapra Ka Bas),

Villages in Nagaur district

Deh, Dholerav Kalan, Pharaspura, Sadokan, Sagwanon Ki Dhani,

Villages in Tonk district

Chaugai (17)

Villages in Jodhpur District

Ghana Magra,

Notable persons of this gotra

  • Major General Umrao Singh Sangwan Retd. from village Atela Khurd district Bhiwani, Haryana.
  • Ravinder Singh (Sangwan) - From village Kharman district Jhajjar won Gold Medal in Common Wealth Games 2010 at Delhi in Wrestling 60 Kg.
  • N.K. Sangwan - IRS, Chief Commissioner, Delhi
  • Usha Sangwan - MD, LIC (First Lady MD of LIC)
  • Dr Sukhvir Singh Sangwan - Awarded Dr B C Ray National award by President of India
  • Smt Bimla Sangwan - Ex Chairperson of Mahila Vikas Nigam, Haryana
  • Kishan Singh Sangwan - 3 times MP from Sonipat Lok Sabha constituency. He breathed his last on 22 August 2013. [1]
  • Dayanand Sangwan - Veer Chakra, Martyr of 1971 Indo-Pak War.
  • Pyare Lal Sangwan - Basically from Damkora. Presently residing at Loharu (Tehsil Headquarter) of Bhiwani District. Educationalist, Senior Lecturer by profession. Social Reformer. 61 Times Blood Donor.
  • Hawa Singh Sangwan - Author
  • Ramprakash Sangwan - Basically from Village Damkora. Presently residing at Gurgaon. Doctorate in Naturopathy & Yogic Science. Holding the responsibility of General Secretary of the Residents Welfare Association of Sector-5, Gurgaon. Officer in Food Corporation of India. [Mob- 09868900054]
  • Brig. M. S. Sangwan (Retd.)- Basically from Village Jhojhu Khurd, Now setteled in Gurgaon
  • Vivek Sangwan - From Damkora, residing at gurgaon,working with THE JOINT VENTURE OF 'HILTON' AND 'OBEROI HOTELS'.
  • Virender Singh Sangwan - Shati Swarup Bhatnagar Award
  • Satpal Sangwan - Ex MLA from Charkhi Dadri.
  • Jaggi Sangwan - Ex MLA from Charkhi Dadri.
  • Lila Ram Sangwan - Goldmedalist in wrestling in Commenwealth Games
  • Raj Kumar Sangwan - Arjun award winner - 1996
  • Pradeep Sangwan - Cricketer
  • Soni Sangwan - TV journalist
  • Lt. Colonel Pradeep Sangwan
  • J.P.S Sangwan - I.A.S (Rtd.), Faridabad Jat Sabha.
  • Dr. R. S. Sangwan - Sangwan Nursing Home, Sirsa
  • Mahendra Singh Sangwan - IFS, Haryana - 1989 Batch
  • Dr. Rajender Singh Sangwan - Scientist
  • Brig. Brijendra Singh (Sangwan) - Retired Poona Horse Officer
  • Yogeshwar Sangwan - IFS, Haryana
  • Harish Chander Sangwan - An Environmentalist from Jhojhu Village
  • Vijender Singh Sangwan - Technocrat, Environmentalist and social activist in Sweden
  • Minter Singh Sangwan - Winner of Presidents Police Medal for Gallantry belongs to Jhojhu Kalan.
  • Dharam Sangwan Paintawasiya - Wrestler
  • Virender sangwan-MLA haryana
  • Monika Sangwan - First girl to perform Ghurchari in marriage rituals
  • Sukhdeep Sangwan - IC-45009F Brigadier Sukhdeep Sangwan Rajputana Rifles / Headquarters 112th Mountain Brigade Army. Awarded with Sena Medal (Devotion to Duty) on 26 January 2012.[14]
  • Col Risal Singh Sangwan - Pradhan Sangwan Khap
  • Capt Suman Sangwan Gudhaan - second woman from Haryana to climb Mt Everest.
  • Narender Sangwan - MLA Gharonda
  • Maj Narpender Sangwan Rasiwas - Ex MLA
  • Maj Meer Singh Jhojju - Ex MLA
  • Zile Singh Sangwan Mankawas - Ex SE
  • Captain Poonam Sangwan - From village Kheri Boora (Bhiwani) started Mount Everest Abhiyan on 23 May 2012 and climbed it on 26 May 2012. (Jat Jyoti:4/2013)
  • Dr.Kanwarpal Singh Sangwan-From village Sankalputhi (Baghpat) in UP,Head, Dairy Sc.& Technology Dept. Janta Vedic College,Baraut,UP(Formerly Jat College).
  • Suraj Mal Sangwan - Ch. Suraj Mal Sangwan is author of the book 'Kisan Sangharsh aur Vidroh'.
  • Dhalait (ढलैत) of Garh Takena (Rohtak) Haryana was commander of Sarvkhap Army who was an instrument in destroying the Nawab of Kalanaur.
  • कै० सुमन सांगवान - प्रथम वर्दीधारी उच्च-अधिकारी महिला जो ‘माउंट ऐवरस्ट’ पर चढ़ी ।
  • Ram Chander Sangwan - From Village Nuran Khera, Ex Sub Inspector Police Haryana.
  • Mohinder Singh Sangwan - From Village Nuran Khera,Former Professor, Plant Pathology, CCS HAU, Hisar

Reference

  1. B S Dahiya:Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study), p.243, s.n.205
  2. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, s.n. स-15
  3. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, s.n. स-15
  4. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, s.n. स-10
  5. जाट इतिहास:ठाकुर देशराज,पृष्ठ-695
  6. हवासिंह सांगवान जाट:असली लुटेरे कौन, 2009, पृ. 19
  7. Mahendra Singh Arya et al.: Ādhunik Jat Itihas, Agra 1998, p. 282
  8. Mahendra Singh Arya et al.: Ādhunik Jat Itihas, Agra 1998, p. 282
  9. A glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North-West Frontier Province By H.A. Rose Vol II/J,p.349-50
  10. जाट मीमांसा। पेज 22 (ले. अमीचन्द शर्मा)
  11. Ompal Singh Tugania : Jat Samuday Ke Pramukh Adhar Bindu, p . 22
  12. History and study of the Jats, B.S Dhillon, p.126
  13. History and study of the Jats, B.S Dhillon, p.124
  14. http://netindian.in/news/2012/01/25/00018449/368-republic-day-gallantry-other-defence-decorations-announced

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