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Tomar (तोमर)[1] Tomara (तोमर) Tomer (तोमर) SalkalanTomar (सलकलान तोमर)Tanwar (तंवर)[2] Shira Tanwar (शिरा तंवर) Tunwar (तुंवर) /Tonwar (तोंवर),Bhind Tomar (भिंड तोमर), Bhindtanwar (भिण्डतंवर),Mota Tomar (मोटा तोमर ), Kapeda Tomar (कपेड़ा तोमर ) [3] Toor (तूर)Turvasa (तुर्वस) Turvas (तुर्वस) is a same gotra of Jats originated from Arjun.Tanwar, Toor, Tomar and Salkalan are considered the same gotras. TomarRajyavansh are in Uttar Pradesh,Punjab, Madhya Pradesh , Haryana ,Delhi,and Rajasthan. Tunwar variant found in Pakistan. Tomar is the biggest khap of Jat gotra found in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Tomar gotra is also found in Rajputs. Tomars have created history a number of times. They are simple living, high thinking and bold. Dilip Singh Ahlawat has mentioned it as one of the ruling Jat clans in Central Asia. [4] Click to See हिंदी में देखने के लिए

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Origin

  • Tomara (तोमर) is a sanskrit word which means javelin or crowbar. This indicates that they were expert warriors with javelin as their weapon during Mahabharata period, the Audhajivi Kshatriya of Panini.
  • According to Harihar Niwas Dwivedi [6], raja Bhim Singh of Hansi and such other Kings (150 as per Firista) were under Tomara Federation.

History

Bhim Singh Dahiya writes that as mentioned in Mahabharata Bhisma Parva (VI. 10.68) Tomar and Hans are both names of Jat clans. Vayu Purana (47/56) says that the river Nalini, rising from Bindasara in Central Asia and going eastward, passed through the lands of Tomar and Hans. [7]

B S Dahiya[8] writes:They are named in Vayu, Brahmanda and Visnu Pruanas. [9] According to Boher Inscription of 1337 V.S. they were ruling over Delhi before the Chauhans. [10] The Pehawa Inscription mentions a Tomar Family descending from Jaula King. Vayu Purana Says they were originally on the river Nalini in Central Asia, which arises In Bindusarover and goes eastwards (for identity of these rivers, etc. see under Hans) They are also mentioned in the Mahabharata. [11]

There are 16 branches (Sub Gotra) of Tomars.

  1. Kuntal Sub Gotra - Tomar are descendants of Kunti and Pandu.so Tomar jats called as kuntal.
  2. Pandu Sub Gotra- Tomar gotra is Chandravanshi Kshatriya of Pandav-clan, descendant of Arjuna. so some Tomar Also use Pandu as Tittle.
  3. Chabuk Sub Gotra- Tomar Jats had beaten Brahmans with Chabuk hence these people were known as Chabuk in Aligarh area. ,
  4. Salkalayan Sub Gotra - Salkalayan branch was originated by Salakpal Tomar. In Delhi, when Anangpal Tomar lost his kingdoms then Salakpal Tomar, from his family founded 84 Tomar Desh Khap of 84 villages. The Samadhi Sthal of Raja Salakpal Tomar is in Baraut on Delhi Saharanpur Road Adjacent to New Block (Krishi Prasar Vibhag).Deshwale Tomar - Tomar jats also called Deshwale, because They are king of Desh.
  5. Bhind TomarSub Gotra -The people from Bhind town in Madhya Pradesh gave this name to the gotra. [12]It was founded by Bhindtomar a subgotra of Tomar jats. [13]. so Tomar called as Bhinda in Rajasthan.
  6. ParthSub Gotra- Some Tomar Jats use Parth as Surname Tittle. Parth is Another name of Arjun.
  7. Tanwar Tittle is used by Tomar Jats. Tuar Tittle - Tomar in Hindi and Taur in Panjabi and Desi Boli is same Tomar jat gotra of Raja Anagpal Tomar. Taur is mostly Panjabi Jatt Sikh in Punjab. Tuar origin is also from Delhi area same Raja Anagpal Tomar.
  8. Jakhaudiya is also Tanwar jats. They Used Jakhaudiya because they originated from village Jakhud in some where in Haryana or Delhi area.
  9. SulakhSub Gotra - is a Tomar Jat Sub Gotra. It is believed that Sulakh gotra is synonymous with Tomar .
  10. Shira TanwarSub Gotra -Tittle is used by Tomar Jats in Kaithal district in Haryana.They are descendant of Anangpal Singh Tomar.
  11. Mota - It is sub branch of Tomar jat
  12. Kapeda- It is a sub branch of Tomar jat

[14]

  • Anangpal Tomar I - son of Kandha, re-established Tomar rule at what is now Delhi, the ancient capital of his ancestors. AD 736 - March- xx, Ruled 18Yrs.

See Also-Tomar Gotra Ka Itihas in hindi .

Mahabharata Adi Parva (I.17.11) mentions Tomar. [15]The Mahabharata Tribe Tamara (तामर) mentioned in 'geography' Mahabharata (VI. 10.68); hail from the region between India and Tibet. Shalya Parva mentions as Tomar in Mahabharata (IX.44.105), Bhisma Parva, Mahabharata/Book VI Chapter 68 also mentions Tomar in shloka (VI.68.17). [16]

Karna Parva/Mahabharata Book VIII Chapter 17 mentions Tomar in various shlokas VIII.17.3, VIII.17.4, VIII.17.16, VIII.17.20, VIII.17.22, VIII.17.104 etc. [17]

Villages founded by Tomar clan

Sub divisions of Tunwar

Bhim Singh Dahiya[18] provides us list of Jat clans who were supporters of the Tunwar when they gained political ascendancy. The following Jat clans supported the ascendant clan Tunwar and became part of a political confederacy:[19]

Palania, Bachhi, Nain, Malian, Lanba, Khatgar, Karb, Jatasra, Dhand, Bhado, Kharwal, Dhaka, Sokhira, Banchiri, Malu, Rohil, Sakan, Berwal, and Naru.

Hukum Singh Panwar on Tomars

Hukum Singh Panwar (Pauria)[20] is a noted Jat historian and considers that Sinsinwar Jat rulers have originated from Tomars. He writes that Since we hold the ancestors of the Bharatpur House to be Tomar, it will not be out of place to know who the Tomars were. We have already noted that the triangle formed by Agra, Delhi and Jaipur, including Bayana and Bharatpur, was, as the inscriptional and numismatic evidence indicate, dominated by the Arjunayanas, Yaudheyas and Uddehikas, whose descendents are said43 to exist among the Jats and Rajputs. However, it is well nigh impossible to imagine that these tribes might have disappeared in the thin air. The Yashastilakchampu44, a Jain work compiled by Soma Deva Suri, attests the presence of the Yaudheyas in the 10th and 11th centuries AD. Awadh Biharilal AWasthi45 finds the Yauddheyas of Bayana teaching a lesson to Balban in Mewat so as not to put his hand again in the hornet's nest. Kalyan Kumar Das Gupta46 also confirms their existence as well as that of the Arjunayans in the 11th and 12th centuries AD. in the triang1llar territory mentioned above. We also know from the Brihatsamihita of Varahamihira47 that the Yaudheyas and the Arjunayanas formed a close association. In fact, they were the constituent members of the one and the same Samgha (confederacy).


The Jats:Their Origin, Antiquity and Migrations: End of p.104


Interestingly, writers48 trace the origin of the Yaudheyas from Yudhishthira and that of the Arjunayanas from Arjuna, the brother of Yudhishthira. This tradition is echoed in the Puranas and subsequent literature also. If these origins of theirs are correct, both of the tribes can be unquestionably reckoned as the descendents of the Pandava brothers. In other words, it may be said that they were agnatic cousins. The Arjunayanas are said49 to have merged with their friend-confederates or Cousins, the Yaudheyas. In fact, they were the people, who populated50 and dominated the area which later on constituted and was known as the Bharatpur State. So much so, that the region occupied by them was known as Arjunayanaka for a period.

The more interesting facts relevant to out purpose are the revelation;-by K.K. Das Gupta51 that the Arjunayanas, according to,Chandra's Vyakarana (11,4,122) and Kasika (on Panini, 11.4.66), belonged to Bharat gotra. Some of the branches of the Tomars, according to Yoginderpal Shastri52, were also known as Arjunayana Pundir or Paundir. In the Rohitashgarh stone inscription53 of Mitrasen dated V.S. 1688 (1630 AD.) the Tomars of Gopachal (Gwalior) are said to be of the Pandava lineage. The tradition of the Tomars also support their descent from Parikshita54, Mitrasen was himself, according to Harmiwas Dwivedi, a Tomar who hailed from the royal branch of the Tomars of Gwalior55.

In view of the above evidence we are in a position to safely conclude that the Arjunayanas, the agnates of the Yaudheyas in the triangular territory formed by Delhi, Jaipur and Agra, enclosing Bayana Bharatpur, were the descendents of the Pandava hero Arjuna and Tomars, who belonged to Bharat gotra, were the descendents of Parikshita, the grandson of Arjuna. The fact that Churaman (1695-1721 A.D.), the founder of the Bharatpur dynasty, also founded a city of the name of Bharatpur which subsequently was made the capital of the state, in the beginning of the 17th century AD., proves beyond doubt that he must have been related with the Tomars who belonged to Bharat gotra and must have built the city in memory of their celebrated ancestor Bharata, (who gave his name not only to his descendents but also to the country as a whole- Vaidya, 1904: Ch. III), or more probably to commemorate the victory of their ancestors (Pandavas) in the Bharat war, for surely we know that it has been a universal practice to name


The Jats:Their Origin, Antiquity and Migrations: End of p.105


countries, towns, mountains and rivers, especially in newly developed regions, after discoverers, conquerors, founders and celebrated men or some of their extra-ordinary exploit or unique characteristic.

Chronology of Jat rulers of Delhi

Satyartha Prakash by Swami Dayanand Saraswati has published a list of Aryan kings of Delhi. [21]Raja Virsalsen was killed by Raja Virmaha. His 16 generations ruled Delhi for 445 years, 5 months and 3 days. Thakur Deshraj has given the details of thse Pandavavanshi Tomar Gotra Jat rulers.[22]

The chronology of these Jat rulers

According to Risala their period has been prescribed as under – Mahabal ascended to the throne of Delhi in 800 BC. At that time the ruler of Ujjain city in India was Buddha and Bahmanshah was ruler in Persia. After Mahabal, Sarvdutt or Swarupdatt ascended to the throne of Delhi in 744 BC. During this period Tamisang was born to Ladkun in Khata. Maharaja Virsen became the ruler in 708 BC when Darashah I was ruler of Iran. In 668 BC Maharaja Mahipal ascended to the throne of Delhi. He was so brave that he was popular as Singhdaman. During his regime Kastap had become the ruler of Iran. After death of Singhdaman, Kalink or Sanghraj sat on the throne in 624 BC. Raja Jitmal ascended to throne of Delhi in 595 BC. Kaldahan or Kamsen became ruler of Delhi in 515 BC. His rule extended up to Brahmpur which was known as Kamyvan (Kaman) after Kamsen. In 506 Strumardan became the ruler of Delhi after Kamsen. Thakur Deshraj has worked out the year 481 BC, when Raja Jiwan ascended to the throne of delhi. Maharaja Jiwan became the ruler of Delhi in 478 BC. During the rule of Maharaja Jiwan, one Persian delegation had come to India which studied the conditions of India by visiting various places. After Maharaja Jiwan, Virbhujang or Hari Rao, Virsen II, Udaybhat or Adityaketu were three Jat rulers of Delhi till 372 BC. Adityaketu lost his throne to his own Chieftain Dharandar or Dhaniswar due to conspiracy.

Thus Jats ruled Delhi for about 445 years. Raja Jiwan and his descendents were Pandav vansi. The rule of Delhi went to other people after 27 generations of Yudhidthira. After them Jogi, Kayastha, Pahadi and Vairagi people ruled Delhi. Vikramaditya was also a ruler of Delhi during this period.

Raja Jiwan (481 BC-455 BC) (जीवन जाट) was ruler of Delhi who was Pandav vansi Jat.Tomar jats are also Panduvanshi.

According to Thakur Deshraj the descendants of Maharaja Yudhisthira have ruled here for many generations. ‘Satyarth Prakash’ has mentioned the chronology of rulers of Indraprastha. The author of ‘Rajtarangini’ and editor of ‘Haripriya’ have published this list in their books. In this list there appears the name a king a ‘Jiwan’ descended from ‘Viramaha’. Waqyat panch hajar risala has mentioned him as ‘Jiwan Jat’. Maharaja Jiwan ascended to the thrown of Delhi prior to 481 BC. He ruled for about 26 years.

Pisawa Tomar Riyasat

Pisawa was a Tomar Riyasat. The Tomars of Pisawa were originally from village Prithla (Palwal Haryana. See details at Pisawa.

Other Jat Gotras Orginating from Tomar Gotra

Desh-Khap

Tomar Jats are mostly found in Distt. Bagpat in Western U.P. (U P). In Bagpat area there are 84 villages of Tomar Gotra. This area, the Khap of Tomars, is well known as Desh-khap. Baraut is the capital of Desh-khap. The only gotra in western UP with more then 100 village, 84 in Baghpat & Muzaffarnagar district, 12 in Bulandshahar, about 5 in Mathura. They have captured a big area that is why called (desh wale), one of the biggest gotra in Jat and the only to have its name of 84 villages mentioned here.

After the demise of Sh. Sukhbir Singh, his elder son Shri Surender Singh has been nominated as Chaudhry of this Desh-khap.

There is lot of information that is still required to update this column of Tomars.

Tomar Jats in Ukraine

I. Sara, a Canadian barrister and solicitor has pointed out that the recent excavations in the Ukraine and Crimea provide visible links of Jats and Scythians.

Cap. Dalip Singh Ahalawat has reported in an article published in Jat Samaj Patrika (Oct./Nov. 1991), that Jats had ruled in Scythia and Central Asia. He has given a list of about 70 Jat gotras who have ruled over there. Tomargotra is one of them 70 gotras. According to a survey report by http://www.joshuaproject.net , there are about 32000 Jats in Ukraine, and their language is Jatali. B. S. Nijjar suggests:

"The Jats are the descendants of Scythians, whose kingdom's capital was Scythia, in the present Ukraine (Ukrainian), Soviet Social Republic, is the constituent Republic of the European USSR (Population 49,757,000) in 1947. Now Ukraine's capital is Kiev, the third leading city in Russia. Before the invasion of the golden herd, 13th century B.C. Scythian, ancient kingdom of indeterminate boundaries, centered in the area north of the Black Sea."[24]

Distribution

Tomar jats Have about 600 village in india . Tomar is the biggest gotra in UP.

Distribution in Uttar Pradesh

Tomar gotra has 5 village in Mathura district. [25] Kuntal is a sub gotra of Tomar gotra in Mathura.

Villages in Meerut district

Aatta chindodi, Bharala, Chillora, Jangethi , Tigri , Atmadnagar Allipur, Jhijharpur, Jithauli,

Villages in Ghaziabad district and Hapur District

Garhmukteshwar ,Bhadsyana ,Galand ,Hasanpur gaon,Bhadaula

Villages in Mathura district

Ainch, Averni, Bhavanpura, Gadasauli, Jugsana, Jadonpur, Konkera, Farenurf Phalain, Garhi Shisha, Lohra Mahrana, Mohanpur, Nagla Phoolpur, Nagala jamuni, Nagala uday singh, Nagla Patiram, Nagala Burj, Punjabi Nagra, Ram Nagariya, Radhakund Rural, Pandar, Salemabad, Supana,

Villages in Hathras district

Garhsauli,Karsaura

Villages in Agra district

Sikroda ,Khandoli,

Villages in Aligarh district

Tomar is Called Chabuk in Aligarh area . Tomar khap have 12 village in Aligarh district.

Ahraula, Bhaiyaka, Balampur, Bichpuri Khair, Balrampur, Chhajjupur, Itwarpur, Deta Khurad, Deta Kalan, Jalalpur Khair, Kathagiri, Madha Habibpur, Majoopur, Pisawa, Postika, Prempur Jahangirpur, Roopnagar, Sabalpur, Sherpur, Simrauthi, Sidhpur, Sujawlgarh, Shadipur, Saidpur Deta, Thanpur,

Villages in Baghpat district

Baoli, Hilwadi, Soop , Aamvali, Adampur,Amlapur, Anchhad, Alawalpur, Asarfabad, Aurangabad Jathauli, Badaka, Baraut , Basoli, Bijvada, Bajeetpur, Bihari, Bijwara, Biral, Bamankhedi, Barnava, Bijrol, Bohalla, Chhatarpur, Charajkheda, Chobhali,Fatehpur Chak , Garhi-Anchhad, Goonga Kheri,Gopalpur Khadana, Haidarnagar, Hilvadi, Gouripur,Ibrahimpur Majara Johri, Kasimpur Khedi, Khiwai, Ladhvadi, Loyan , Nuvada, Nasouli (or Basauli), Ranchhar ,Mavi kalanMukandpur ,Mukarrabpur Kandera, Ninana, Hilwari , Oudhapur Rahetna, Shikohpur, Sikka, Sirsali, Sirsalgarh, Tohadi, Chhachharpur Baraut ,Vazidpur, Ladhvadi,Dhikana,Shahpur Baroli,Ghatoli,Mavi Khurd,Sunehra,Harchandpur,Sothi,Budhpur Hasanpur Jiwani,Kanhar Talibpur,Kotana,Mahavatpur,Mahwar,Sadakpur Jonmana,Amlapur,Angatpur,Badouli,Chhatarpur,Gurana,Harra,Idreeshpur,Jalalpur, jimana-jimani,Jimani, Johadi, Kambala,Kandera, Kangru Ki Ghadhi,Kareempur, Kharkhari,Khedaki, Khedi, Lohadda, Lon, Makkhar, Mangdolli, Mazara, Poosar, Pootthi, Sisana, Sup, Thaska, Rustam pur,Fazalpurr,Gadhi Kanmaran(Kangran),Shikohpur, ,Tyodhi,

Villages in Muzaffarnagar and Shamli district

Bamnauli, Belra, Bibipur Jalalabad, Baahadurpur, Bhumma, Chhachharpur, Fahimpur , Ghatyana, Gangdhari , Garhi Ajru Haidarnagar, Jonmana, Johra Jansath, Jaitpura Garhi, Kasampur Kheri, Kadipur Jansath, Karhera, Kishanpur, Khudda, Laprana, Madeenpur, Makhiyali, Mandi, Molaheri, Morna, Mundetkalan, Muzaffarnagar, Nithari, Putthi Ibrahimpur, Rajpur Chajpur, Shahpur Sikandpur, Tajelhera urf Tejheda , veenpur

Villages in Bijnor district

Bagarpur Chandpur, Bakaina, Balapur, Bamanpura, Bhavanipur, Bhidiakhera, Bharera, Budpur, Dhaki, Dhakoli, Fattanpur, Imaliya Urf Emaliya, Kadrabad, Kanha Nangla, Khalilpur, Ghansoorpur, Guniyapur, Gurdaspur Jagat, Jatpura Najibabad, Jatnangla , Jagannath Pur, Hajipur, Haldaur, Hama Nangli Hisampur, Hirnakheri, Husainpur, Kalanpur, Latifpur Urf Chukheri, Mithari, Mitthepur, Mukarpur Satti, Mustafabad, Pahar Purkala Urf Maleshiya, Pipali Jat, Pipalsana, Ravti, Rukanpur, Samaspur, Saraya, Shekhpuri Mina, Salmabad, Seohara Sikanderpur, Tisotra,

Villages in Bulandshahr district

Tomar are in extistence in Bulandshahr (Uttar Pardesh).

Villages in Gautam Budh Nagar district

Ibrahimpur ,Kangarhi, Govindgarh

Village in Moradabad district and Sambha district

Gwarou,Kasampur,Bhawanipur,Anjera ,Kanth ,Sadarpur

Villages in Firozabad district

Chhichhamai,

Villages in Bareilly district

IQBAL SINGH TOMAR -mayar of bareilly is also a tomar jat.


Bareilly, Biharipur , Fardia Mankara , Manpur Baheri, Rampur, Rohaniya, Ruppur,

Village in Badaun district

Semari ,

Village in Jyotiba Phule Nagar ddistrict

Bavanpura Mafi,

Village in Etawah District

Moja, Sisahat

Village in Lakhimpur Kheri district

Golaa,

List of 84 villages of Tomar Gotra Desh-khap

1 Aadampur, 2 Aamvali, 3 Alawalpur, 4 Amlapur, 5 Anchhad, 6 Angatpur, 7 Asarfabad, 8 Badaka, 9 Badouli, 10 Bajeetpur, 11 Bamankhedi, 12 Bamdolli, 13 Barnava, 14 Barout-The Capital Of Desh-Khap 15 Barwala, 16 Baoli, 17 Bihari, 18 Bijrol, 19 Bijvada, 20 Biral(well known as Kishanpur Biral), 21 Bohalla, 22 Budhpur, 23 Charajkheda, 24 Chhatarpur, 25 Chillora, 26 Chobhali, 27 Dhikana, 28 Fatehpur, 29 Garhi-Anchhad, 30 Gouripur, 31 Gungakhedi, 32 Gurana, 33 Haidarnagar, 34 Harra, 35 Hilvadi, 36 Idreeshpur, 37 Jalalpur, 38 Gopalpur Khadana, 39 jimana-jimani40Jimani, 40 Johadi, 41 Jonmana, 42 Kaidava, 43 Kambala, 44 Kandera 45 Kangru Ki Ghadhi, 46 Kareempur, 47 Kasimpur, 48 Khadana, 49 Kharkhari, 50 Khedaki, 51 Khedi (Kasimpur), 52 Khedi, 53 Khivaee, 54 Kishanpur(well known as Kishanpur Biral), 55 Kutana, 56 Ladhvadi, 57 Lohadda, 58 Lon, 59 Makkhar, 60 Malakpur, 61 Mangdolli, 62 Mazara, 63 Nasouli 64 Jhijharpur,65 Pipalsana, 66 Nuvada, 67 Oudhapur, 68 Poosar, 69 Pootthi, 70 Rahetna, 71 Ghatyana, 72 Shikohpur, 73 Sikka, 74 Sirsalgarh, 75 Sirsali, 76 Sisana, 77 Sonti, 78 Sup, 79 Thaska, 80 Tohadi, 81Mahawat pur, 82 Rustam pur, 83-Ghansoorpur , 84-Peeplijat

Distribution in Haryana

Here 12 village of Tomar's are in existence, they are found in Sonipat district and 4 village in Rohtak district too.

Villages in Rohtak District

Anwal,Badi Bah,Bakheta ,Gudhan, Mor Khedi,

Villages in Sonipat District

Gorad, Gorar,

Villages in Bhiwani District

Bardu Chaina,Dwarkapuri, Chhoti Gudhan a part Gudhan village in Rohtak,

Villages in Rewari district

Nayagaon - Ghudkawas,Sulkha,

Villages in Gurgaon district

Bhulwana, Siloni, Lokri , Mao , Jataula, Khandewla , Khuntpuri Kherli Lala

Village in Jhajjar district

Dharana Beri, Jaitpur, Matanhail,

Village in Jind district

Jajwan ,Hathwala

Village in Karnal District

Kalehedi,Rangrutti Khera,

Villages in Palwal district

Aghwanpur, Bhaindoli, Bhiduki, Chirwari, Darana Deeget, Dudola, Gadhpuri, Harphali, Jataulaa, Jaindapur, Likhi, Prithla, Ratipur, Sikandarpur Pogh teer

Villages in Mewat district

Atta Mewat (अट्टा),Chhachera (छाछेड़ा),Chhapera (छापेडा),Kira (किरा)

Villages in Kaithal district

Badsui,Bhagal,Bhunslan,Chika,Harigarh Kingan,Kallar Majra,Khushhal Majra,Mengran,Nand Garh,Newal,Rawahar Jagir,Sadarheri,

village in Ambala district

Dhanora,Mirzapur,

Village in Panipat District

Nimbri,Diwana,

Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

Tomars are also there in Morena area near Gwalior (MP). Bhind town in Madhya Pradesh was founded by a branch of Tomars called Bhind Tomar.

Villages in Mandsaur district

Mandsaur, Thauri,


Pharpur, Saman Pur, Maan Pur, Kutub Pur,

Villages in Nimach district

Nimach,Khor Vikram,

Villages in Sheopur district

Radep (राड़ेप),

Villages in Ratlam district

Villages in Ratlam district with population of Tanwar (तंवर) gotra are:

Rughnathgarh 2,

Villages in Ratlam district with population of Tomar (तोमर) gotra are:

Ratlam 17,

Villages in Harda district

Harda, Sonkhedi,

Villages in Morena district

Ampura (Jora Khurd), Kailaras,

Villages in Gwalior district

Gwalior,

Distribution in Rajasthan

Locations in Jaipur city

Jawahar Nagar, Khatipura, Mahapura (Sanganer), Malviya Nagar, Mansarowar Colony, Shanti Nagar, Sanganer,

Villages in Bharatpur district

Bara Khurd, Birrua, Bansi Rupbas, Chhokarwara Kalan, Chhokarwara Khurd, Dhanaa, Gadauli, Jatmasi, Jotroli, Kandholi, Kanjoli, Khan Surjapura, Nagla Bartai, Nagla Jatmasi, Nagla Kothari, Naroli Wair, Paharpur Rupbas, Sajjanwas, Salimpur, Sikroda Rupbas, Vinuan,

Villages in Churu district

Khyali,

Villages in Dausa district

Panditpura, Jageer

Villages in Chittorgarh

Dagla Ka Khera,

Villages in Sawai Madhopur district

Kherla, Kunsay, Peeplet, Khidarpur Jatan Seegor Kalan

Villages in Hanumangarh district

Kasampur Kheri,

Villages in Alwar district

Nithari ,

Villages in Karauli district

Peepalhera,Lahchora,Chak Sikandarpur,Dahmoli,

Villages in Tonk district

Doosri (1),

Distribution in Delhi

Villages in Delhi

Dabri, Mohammadpur, Tomarpur,

Locations in Delhi city

Dwarka , Adarsh Nagar, Karawal Nagar, ,Timarpur, Bhajanpura,Yamuna pur, Gangavihar ,Gokalpuri, Inderpur, Janakpuri ,Shalimar Park,Bholanath Nagar Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi Near Bhoomia Chowk Mehrauli,

Distribution in Uttarakhand

Villages in Haridwar district

Bahadarpur Jat, Jhabiran Jat, Dahiyaki , Thithiki Qavadpur, Roorkee, Harjauli

Distribution in Punjab

Rohidawali,

Village in Fatehgarh sahib district

shira tomar jat lives in 25 village near sarhind (Tanwar hind)

Badhochhi Kalan,Badhochhi Khurd,Sarhind

Village in Ludhiana district

Mullanpur Dakha,Seerha,

Villages in Patiala district

Arno, Nanheda, Behar -Sahib

Village in Bhatinda district

Janghi Rana,

Distribution in Pakistan

According to 1911 census the Tunwar were the principal Muslim Jat clan in :

Notable persons from this gotra

  • Rajeev Kumar Tomar - Civil Engineer
  • Dr.Omsingh tomar - ex md ndri karnal
  • Magan singh tomar - ex director dda
  • Satbir singh tomar - cabinat sachiv up govt
  • Deeraj singh tomar - PPS up police
  • Anurag tomar - chief editor zee news soop
  • Omprakash tomar - BRIGADIER indian army soop
  • Mangeram tomar - CORNEL IN INDIAN ARMY
  • Ajeet Tomar - Owner of A Salt Company Address-Ibrahimpur
  • Ajay Tomar - DCP - Ahmedabad

See also

Gallery of Tomar people

References

  1. B S Dahiya:Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study), p.244, s.n.239
  2. B S Dahiya:Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study), p.243, s.n.231
  3. O.S.Tugania:Jat Samuday ke Pramukh Adhar Bindu,p.43,s.n. 1148
  4. Dilip Singh Ahlawat: Jat viron ka Itihas
  5. Mahendra Singh Arya et al: Adhunik Jat Itihas,, p. 249
  6. Harihar Niwas Dwivedi, Dilli Ke Tomar, p.274
  7. Bhim Singh Dahiya, Jats the Ancient Rulers ( A clan study), p.23
  8. Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study)/Jat Clan in India,p. 275-276
  9. Wilson’s Edition p.162
  10. Journal of Asiatic Society of Bengal, Vol.XLIII, pt. I, p.108
  11. Mahabharata, VI, 9, 69
  12. Mahendra Singh Arya et al: Adhunik Jat Itihas, p. 273
  13. Jat Samaj, Agra, June 1999
  14. Jat Samaj
  15. परासाः सुविपुलास तीक्ष्णा नयपतन्त सहस्रशः।तॊमराश च सुतीक्ष्णाग्राः शस्त्राणि विविधानि च (I.17.11)
  16. तामरा हंसमार्गाश च तदैव करभञ्जकाः । उथ्थेश मात्रेण मया देशाः संकीर्तिताः परभॊ ।। (VI. 10.68) गदा भुशुण्डि हस्ताश च तदा तॊमरपाणयः । असि मद्गरहस्ताश च दण्डहस्ताश च भारत ।। (IX.44.105) शक्तीनां विमलाग्राणां तॊमराणां तदायताम । निस्त्रिंशानां च पीतानां नीलॊत्पलनिभाः परभाः ।। (VI.68.17)
  17. मेकलाः कॊशला मथ्रा थशार्णा निषधास तदा । गजयुथ्धेषु कुशलाः कलिङ्गैः सह भारत ।। (VIII.17.3) शरतॊमर नाराचैर वृष्टिमन्त इवाम्बुथाः । सिषिचुस ते ततः सर्वे पाञ्चालाचलम आहवे ।। (VIII.17.4) थिवाकरकरप्रख्यान अङ्गश चिक्षेप तॊमरान । नकुलाय शतान्य अष्टौ तरिधैकैकं तु सॊ ऽचछिनत ।। (VIII.17.16) मेकलॊत्कल (Utkala) कालिङ्गा निषाथास ताम्रलिप्तकाः । शरतॊमर वर्षाणि विमुञ्चन्तॊ जिघांसवः ।। (VIII.17.20) ततस तथ अभवथ युथ्धं रदिनां हस्तिभिः सह । सृजतां शरवर्षाणि तॊमरांश च सहस्रशः ।। (VIII.17.22) अपरे तरासिता नागा नाराचशततॊमरैः । तम एवाभिमुखा यान्ति शलभा इव पावकम ।। (VIII.17.104)
  18. Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study)/Appendices/Appendix I,p.316-17
  19. A glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North-West Frontier Province By H.A. Rose Vol II/J,p.375
  20. The Jats:Their Origin, Antiquity and Migrations/The origin of the Jat Sansanwal dynasty of Bharatpur, pp. 104-1o6
  21. Swami Dayanand Saraswati: Satyartha Prakash, Arsha Sahitya Prachar Trust, Delhi,2004
  22. Thakur Deshraj: Jat Itihasa (Hindi), Maharaja Suraj Mal Smarak Shiksha Sansthan, Delhi, 1934, 2nd edition 1992 (Page 716-718)
  23. A glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North-West Frontier Province By H.A. Rose Vol II/J,p.375
  24. Nijjar, B. S. (2008). Origins And History Of Jats And Other Allied Nomadic Tribes Of India. Atlantic Publishers & Dist. ISBN 8126909080, 9788126909087.
  25. Jat Bandhu, Agra, April 1991
  26. Dr Mahendra Singh Arya, Dharmpal Singh Dudee, Kishan Singh Faujdar & Vijendra Singh Narwar: Ādhunik Jat Itihasa (The modern history of Jats), Agra 1998, p. 333

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