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    Research on history of Jat clans

    While discussing research on history of Burdak clan there was a demand to discuss about the Research on history of other Jat clans.

    We have compiled three informations about each Jat clans

    1. Name of ancient person/tribe

    2. Vansha to which this person/tribe belonged

    3. Originated Jat Gotras from above person/tribe

    This info is available on Jatland Wiki at http://www.jatland.com/home/The_Ancient_Jats

    This information is based on history of each clan as recorded by various Jat historians, genealogies available in Mahabharata, genealogies in Bhagawata Purana etc. On the basis of this compilation we find that Jat clans are from -

    1. Chandravansha 2. Suryavansha 3. Nagavansha and 4. Shiva Vansha

    Majority of Jat clans is from Nagavansha who were the original inhabitants of India. There were constant attempts to exterminate them by dominant rulers be it Pandavas or Guptas.
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    Research on history of Jat clans (Contd.)

    Each clan history on Jatland Wiki has been written in the style -

    1. General comment about the clan and states in which people of this clan live

    2. Origin - Origin of the clan based on records

    3. History - If available

    4. Distribution - Its distribution in states and districts and villages in districts

    5. Notable persons from the clan

    6. Image gallery of people from the clan

    7. Categories at the bottom

    Last three items are made available by Wiki editors and members themselves. This part is strongest evidence in favour of the history of clan created by Jatland Community. Earlier historians were lacking this evidence.


    Categories at the bottom include for example -

    Categories: Jat Gotras | Rajasthan | Haryana | Punjab | Madhya Pradesh | Gotras in Churu | Gotras in Jaipur | Gotras in Sikar | Gotras in Nagaur | Gotras in Rajsamand | Gotras in Hanumangarh | Gotras in Sirsa | Gotras in Gurdaspur | Ancient Jat Gotras | The Mahabharata Tribes | The Ancient Jats

    If a clan is distributed in one or two districts with only few villages it is Categorized as -

    Categories:Rare Distribution - See at http://www.jatland.com/home/Category:Rare_Distribution

    If a clan has no distribution recorded so far it is Categorized as -

    Categories:No Distribution - See at http://www.jatland.com/home/Category:No_Distribution
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    Categories:No Distribution

    The following 90 pages are in this category, out of 90 total.
    A - * Abuda * Achashwa * Adirana * Air * Ajra * Andhra * Anil * Anjuria * Aparajit * Apt * Aratt * Aryak * Ashwatar * Asit * Asrodh * Avalak * Avyay * Ayahat

    B - * Bakhar * Bhenron

    D - * Dhaniwal

    G - * Gadar * Gathchal * Gharooka

    H - * Handauria * Haranwal * Hudah

    I - * Imeguh

    J - * Jathar

    K - * Kachha * Kaith * Kaithoria * Kalash * Kalirambha * Kamal * Kekeraul * Khorwar * Kikat * Konkan * Kothar * Krivi * Kulawat * Kuninda

    N - * Narei

    O - * Odasi

    P - * Padhari * Pagwat * Palardal * Pandhari * Pandul * Pandur * Parsane * Paudiya * Pehalayan * Podan * Pohal * Puchhale * Pundir

    R - * Rajiria * Rotr

    S - * Sagasail * Sahas * Sangu * Satvat * Shalv * Shergill * Shriwag * Shvitra * Sikharwan * Siparota * Sismal * Sitarwar * Sohron * Surdatt

    T - * Takk * Tankor * Toran * Toras

    U - * Ugrak * Unai

    V - * Vaharwal * Vamin * Varan * Varsir * Vasoli * Vavan * Vijania * Vrasoli

    Y - * Yatesar * Yolya
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    Category:Rare Distribution
    The following 97 pages are in this category, out of 97 total.

    A - * Age * Ameria * Andari * Arawat

    B - * Babbar * Badrak * Basath * Bharuka * Bhoj * Bikarwal * Bilvan * Bodian

    C - * Chavel

    D - * Daseya * Dhiman

    F - * Fulfakhar

    H - * Harchatwal * Haumal * Hulka

    J - * Jagunda

    K - * Kachchhawa * Kak * Kamboj * Kanara * Kanchap * Kandahar * Kandwal * Kapooria * Karaskar * Kargha * Karkar * Karmir * Kashyap * Khadap * Khairawi * Khanda * Khangal * Kharwal * Khasa * Khichi * Khoye Maurya * Kiram * Kitawat * Kondal * Kulya * Kumud * Kunawan * Kunda * Kundana * Kundarwal * Kunjar * Kuralya * Kush * Kuthar

    L - * Lodha * Lohmarod

    M - * Machhar * Madhu * Madkalya * Malaya * Malhi * Malodia * Matira * Molla

    N - * Nagil * Nawad * Nepa * Nimbad * Nitwal

    O - * Odra * Ora

    P - * Padwal * Pahal * Paliwal * Pandel * Pandu * Pandya * Panja * Parodiya * Pote

    R - * Raail

    S - * Sania * Sankhunia * Sarang * Siga * Sodh * Sor * Sutla * Suwal

    T - * Taga * Tanka * Titar * Tushar

    U - * Udar * Utkanya

    V - * Varda * Vehan

    Note - The * shows that its page is on Jatland Wiki. You can search and see details on Jatland Wiki.
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    Categories:No Distribution and Rare Distribution

    The clans included in these categories are from Nagavanshi clans. Some Nagavanshi rulers were completely exterminated. We get evidences from Mahabharata.

    Adi Parva, Mahabharata/Mahabharata Book I Chapter 57 narrates the Names of all those Nagas that fell into the fire of this snake-sacrifice:

    Nagas born of Vasuki

    "Kotisa, Manasa, Purna, Cala, Pala Halmaka, Pichchala, Kaunapa, Cakra, Kalavega, Prakalana, Hiranyavahu, Carana, Kakshaka, Kaladantaka.

    Nagas of the race of Takshaka

    Puchchandaka, Mandalaka, Pindasektri, Ravenaka; Uchochikha, Carava, Bhangas, Vilwatejas, Virohana; Sili, Salakara, Muka, Sukumara, Pravepana, Mudgara and Sisuroman, Suroman and Mahahanu.

    Nagas of race of Airavata

    And Paravata, Parijata, Pandara, Harina, Krisa, Vihanga, Sarabha, Meda, Pramoda, Sauhatapana.

    Nagas of the race Kauravya

    Eraka, Kundala Veni, Veniskandha, Kumaraka, Vahuka, Sringavera, Dhurtaka, Pratara and Astaka.

    Nagas of race of Dhritarashtra

    Sankukarna, Pitharaka, Kuthara, Sukhana, and Shechaka; Purnangada, Purnamukha, Prahasa, Sakuni, Dari, Amahatha, Kumathaka, Sushena, Vyaya, Bhairava, Mundavedanga, Pisanga, Udraparaka, Rishabha, Vegavat, Pindaraka; Raktanga, Sarvasaranga, Samriddha, Patha and Vasaka; Varahaka, Viranaka, Suchitra, Chitravegika, Parasara, Tarunaka, Maniskandha and Aruni.

    We have this chapter on Jatland Wiki t http://www.jatland.com/home/Adi_Parv...k_I_Chapter_57

    The Nagavanshi Jat clans having no distribution are mainly from these Nagavanshi rulers.

    Rare Distribution Nagavanshi Jat clans from very interior areas of Madhya Pradesh and southern Rajasthan. These people being in remote areas could not be exterminated hence survived but lesser in population.

    Apart from Mahabharata chapter as indicated above we have place names which indicate where Nagas were massacred. For example in M P in Ujjain district there is place called Nagda which is Naga+Daha means burning of Nagas. Similarly in Satna district of M P there was a state called which means Naga+Vadh.
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    Rare Distribution Gotra - Kalya

    It is very interesting to find rare gotras. On 3 September 2007 I put following entry on Jatland Wiki -

    Kalya (कल्या) is a gotra of Jats. These people are descendants of Nagavanshi Kali Jats.
    References - Dr Mahendra Singh Arya, Dharmpal Singh Dudee, Kishan Singh Faujdar & Vijendra Singh Narwar: Ādhunik Jat Itihasa (The modern history of Jats), Agra 1998, p. 230

    I could not find its distribution in any record. On 27 January 2011 I got name of a person from village Olamba - in Khategaon tahsil in Dewas district in Madhya Pradesh. He was - Ramotar Patel Olamba (Geela) - Janpad Panchayat Khategaon, Mob:9826529893 . I contacted him on Phone given here on Jatland Wiki at - http://www.jatland.com/home/Olamba . First of all he was so happy that he being in this interior village of M P, some body on earth has called him. Any way I asked him Gotras in his village. He told me in a minute or so with no of families as under:

    * Bananga (4) * Choyal (1) * Didel (1) * Geela (4) * Inaniya (1) * Kalya (1) * Khileri (3) * Khoja (1) * Pachar (1) * Padauda (2) * Punia (1) * Roj (3) * Thori (3)

    His own Gotra was Geela and he knew his migration - They Came from Rajlani in tahsil Bhopalgarh Distrct Jodhpur about 300 years back .

    Here I found one family of Kalya Jat in this village. I added it in the history of Kalya Gotra at http://www.jatland.com/home/Kalya

    This way Kaly Gotra came from No distribution Category to Rare distribution category. So far I identified only one family of Kalya gotra and that too in M P.
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    Rare Distribution Gotra - Chavel (चवेल)
    We started its history with single line on 18 September 2007 - Chavel (चवेल) Chawel (चवेल) is gotra of Jats. This gotra started after person named Chivilaka (चिविलक) son of Maharaja Lambodara (लम्बोदर). References: Dr Mahendra Singh Arya, Dharmpal Singh Dudee, Kishan Singh Faujdar & Vijendra Singh Narwar: Ādhunik Jat Itihasa (The modern history of Jats), Agra 1998 p.243

    4 September 2010 :We found Asop (आसोप) village in Bhopalgarh tahsil of Jodhpur district in Rajasthan is inhabited by Chawel Gotra Jats.

    4 September 2010 : I searched the genealogy of Chivilaka of Andhra dynasty from Bhagawat Puran and put it on Jatland Wiki at http://www.jatland.com/home/Chivilaka

    The genealogy of Chivilaka of Andhra dynasty is : Krishna → Srisantakarna → Pournamasa → LambodaraChivilaka → Meghasvati → Atamana → Anishta Karman → HaleyaTalaka → Purishabhiru → SunandanaChakora → 8 Bahuka or Bahus ending in Sivasvati → Gomati → Purimat → MedasiraSivaskanda → Yajnasri → → Vijaya → Chandravijna → Salomadhi

    The genealogy of Chivilaka of Andhra dynasty helped to find origin of following more Jat Gotras:

    Lambodara = Lamboria (लम्बोरिया) Lamboriya (लम्बोरिया) Lamoria (लमोरिया) Lamoriya (लमोरिया) gotras have originated from King Lambodara (लम्बोदर) in the genealogy of Krishna

    Haleya = Hala (हाला) Hela (हेला) gotra of Jats are descendants of Maharaja Haleya (हालेय)

    Talaka = Talan (तलान) Talan (तालान) Talanu (तालानू) Tahlan (ताहलाण) Taliyan (तालियान) gotra originated from Yaduvanshi ancestor Talaka (तलक)

    Sunandana = Surahe (सुराहे) gotra of Jats originated from Maharaja Sunandana (सुनंदन)

    Chakora = Chakora (चकोरा) gotra of Jats originated from Chakora.

    Bahuka = Burdaks to be the descendants of Maharaja Bahuka (बाहुक)

    Medashira = Motsara (मोटसरा) Mothsara (मोठसरा) gotra of Jats found in Rajasthan are descendants of Maharaja Medashira (मेदशिरा)

    Shiva Skanda = Shokeen (शॉकीन) Shaukhanda (शौखंदा) Sheokhand (श्योकंद) Seokand (स्योकंद) Seokund (स्योकंद) Sheokand (श्योकंद) Shyaukand (श्यौकंद) originated from Shiva Skanda

    28 January 2011 : I found in Jat Vaibhav Smarika Khategaon a village Ajnas (अजनास) in Khategaon tahsil in Dewas district in Madhya Pradesh inhabited by Chivel Gotra. There were names of two persons from this clan which I put it on Jatland Wiki at http://www.jatland.com/home/Ajnas

    # Rajesh Chavenl - Village:Ajnas, Tah:Khategaon, Dewas. Mob:9926761871
    # Mukesh Chavenl - Village:Ajnas, Tah:Khategaon, Dewas. Mob:9165316224

    We put phone no of some persons in each clan and village so as to verify further.

    This way keep on researching rare Jat Gotras.
    Last edited by lrburdak; January 28th, 2011 at 11:12 PM.
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    History of Vinda gotra

    Vinda (विंदा) Vendha (वेंधा) is gotra of Jats. This gotra started from their Mahabharata period ancestor king Vinda (विन्द). [References: Dr Mahendra Singh Arya, Dharmpal Singh Dudee, Kishan Singh Faujdar & Vijendra Singh Narwar: Ādhunik Jat Itihasa (The modern history of Jats), Agra 1998 p. 268

    Today I found one Narayan Prasad Vinda - Bhopal, Mob:9826489595. It is the only family in this gotra identified so far.

    Sabha Parva, Mahabharata/Book II Chapter 28 mentions Sahadeva's march towards the southern direction: kings and tribes defeated. ....Allying himself with the vanquished tribes the prince then marched towards the countries that lay on the banks of the Narmada. And defeating there in battle the two heroic kings of Avanti, called Vinda and Anuvinda. (Mahabharata:2.28.10)

    उज्जैन का राजनैतिक इतिहास काफी लम्बा रहा है. उज्जैन के गढ़ क्षेत्र से हुयी खुदाई में आद्यैतिहासिक (protohistoric ) एवं प्रारंभिक लोहयुगीन सामग्री प्रचुर मात्र में प्राप्त हुई है. पुरानों व महाभारत में उल्लेख आता है की वृष्णि-वीर कृष्ण व बलराम यहाँ गुरु सांदीपनी के आश्रम में विद्याप्राप्त करने हेतु आये थे. कृष्ण की एक पत्नी मित्रवृन्दा उज्जैन की ही राजकुमारी थी. उसके दो भाई विन्द एवं अनुविन्द महाभारत युद्ध में कौरवों की और से युद्ध करते हुए वीर गति को प्राप्त हुए थे.

    उज्जैन के इतिहास का उपरोक्त विवरण स्पस्ट करता है की विन्द अवन्ती या उज्जैन के राजा थे जो महाभारत में मारे गए. विन्द गोत्र की कम जन संख्या होने का यह कारण है.

    जाटलैंड विकी पर यहाँ पढ़ें - http://www.jatland.com/home/Vendha
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    History of Manth (मांठ) gotra

    We did not find mention of this rare distribution Jat Gotra in any of Jat History books.

    Allahabad pillar inscription of Samudragupta mentions King named Maṇṭarāja

    Nagpur Museum Inscription of Somesvara Saka Samvat 1130 mentions grant of revenue of village Keramarka for the temple. Lines 42 to 55 specify the names of a number of royal officers who were witnesses of the transaction. (See - Nagavanshi Inscriptions). Its (Line 42.): To this transaction, our minister Mandalika-Somaraja, the secretaries Damodaranāyaka, Manṭama-Nāyaka and Chañchana-Peggaḍa, the door-keepers Somi-Nayaka, Guddāpu Erapa-Reddi, Viluchuḍla-Prabhu and Parakoṭa-Komma-Nāyaka (were) eye-witnesses.

    This inscription shows Nagavanshi lineage of Mant clan.

    We have located some villages in Rajasthan in which Manth Jats live.

    You may see details about this clan at http://www.jatland.com/home/Manth
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    Research on Sekwal (सेकवाल) Gotra of Jats

    From the research on Burdak history we find that -
    Rao Burdakdeo of Dadrewa begot three sons: Samudra Pal, Dar Pal and Vijay Pal. Rao Burdak Dev went to Lahore to help Raja Jai Pal. He died in war in samvat 1057 (1000 AD) and his wife Tejal of gotra Shekwal became sati in Dadrewa . Her chhatri was built on the site of Dadrewa pond in samvat 1058 (1001 AD). The Jat Gotra Burdak started after Rao Burdak Dev.

    We do not find Sekwal gotra in the list of Jat Gotras. We also find no distribution of this Gotra.

    Mahabharat Sabha Parva mentions a province named Seka (सेक) which was conquered by Shahdeva in his victories of southern provinces. He also conquered adjoining Aparaseka (अपरसेक) province. सेकानपरसेकान्श्च व्यजयत सुमहाबलः (Mahabharat Sabha Parva:319)

    Udyoga Parva/Mahabharata Book V Chapter 103 mentions Names of famous Nagas of Bhogavati.

    सुमनॊमुखॊ दधिमुखः शङ्खॊ नन्दॊपनन्दकौ
    आप्तः कॊटनकश चैव शिखी निष्ठूरिकस तथा Mahabharata (5.103.12)

    In this shloka all other names of Naga are mentioned in Jat history books as originators of different clans except Shikhi. Shikhi must also be originator of Some Jat clan. It may be Seka or Shek or Shekh.

    I have created a page on jatland at http://www.jatland.com/home/Shekwal
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    List of Jat Gotras in Madhya Pradesh

    I have updated the Gotras in Madhya Pradesh. These are on Jatland Wiki at - http://www.jatland.com/home/Category:Madhya_Pradesh

    There are total 951 Jat Gotras in Madhya Pradesh as on today.

    The Jat Gotras are mostly the ancient Jat Gotras of Nagavanshi Origin. Pattern of Jat Gotras in Marwar region of Rajasthan and Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh is very similar which shows the common stock.
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    Jat Gotras in Pakistan

    We have compiled Jat Gotras in Pakistan with distribution as per 1911 Census. There are 392 total Gotras compiled so far. You may see under category Muslim Jat Gotras here - http://www.jatland.com/home/Category:Muslim_Jat_Gotras
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    Jat Gotras in Pakistan

    Jat Gotras in Pakistan have been integrated with rest of the Jat Gotras. We now have categorized Jat Gotras in Pakistan on Jatland Wiki at http://www.jatland.com/home/Category...as_in_Pakistan

    We could get info about 450 Muslim Jat Gotras and they are spread over 40 Districts in Punjab region and Sindh region. Interestingly there is nothing different in these Muslim Jat Gotras. Most of them are overlapping with Hindu or Sikh Jat Gotras.

    These Muslim Jat Gotras have also been added on page Jat Belt here at http://www.jatland.com/home/Jat_Belt under subsection http://www.jatland.com/home/Jat_Belt...on_in_Pakistan
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    Inscriptional evidence of Chauhan as a caste
    We have discussed earlies about Agnikula theory of creation of New Kashtriyas. Brahmins assembled and performed a yajna on Mount Abu for this purpose. These founded the four great Kshatriya families - Parmaras, Pratiharas, Chalukyas and Chauhans.

    Hukum Singh Panwar (Pauria) [The Jats:Their Origin, Antiquity and Migrations/Prologue, p.XVI] considers the incidence of creation of new Kshatriya class Rajput as a result of differences between Brahmans and the old Kshatriya class Jats. The Brahman, by virtue of his ladle and learning and the Jat, by dint of his sword and sceptre, rivalled each other for supremacy. The former never desisted from devising exploitative pia fraus afresh (cf. Maharishi Dayanand, Satyarthaprakasha, Ch. XI - "Jatji and Popeji" later was never tired of tearing them to shreds. The long drawn out struggle resulted in the victory of the "pen and pothi of the Pandit" over the sickle and sword of the Jat in the medieval age when a new class of hereditary rulers, who entirely surrendered to the benedictions of the priest, was baptised at Mount Abu at the cost of the Jats. Both of them had no love lost for the Jats and no faith in their values.

    We have with us Abu Vashishtha temple Inscription of 1337 AD

    आबू के वशिष्ठ मन्दिर की प्रशस्ति १३३७ ई. पर डॉ गोपीनाथ शर्मा लिखते हैं (डॉ गोपीनाथ शर्मा: 'राजस्थान के इतिहास के स्त्रोत', 1983, पृ.127) :

    यह प्रशस्ति आबू के वशिष्ठ के मन्दिर में लगी हुई है जिसक समय सम्वत १३९४ वैशाख सुदि १० गुरुवार है. इसमें वशिष्ठ आश्रम और मुनि के प्रभाव का वर्णन है. इस मन्दिर के लिये दिये गये गांवों के अनुदानों का वर्णन है जिनको चौहान तेजसिंह, देवड़ा श्री तिहुण, कान्हडदेव तथा चौहान सामन्तसिंह ने दिये थे. ये गांव झांबटु, ज्यातुलि, तेजलपुर, सीहलुण, वीरवाड़ा, तुहुलि, छापुलि, और किरणथलु थे. यहां कान्हडदेव के अधिकार क्षेत्र को राष्ट्र की संज्ञा दी है. चौहान वंश को जाति की संज्ञा दी गयी है. इसकी अन्तिम पंक्तियों क कुछ अंश इस प्रकर है -

    "देवड़ा श्री तिहुणाकेन स्वहस्तेन सीहलू ग्रामं दत्त तथा राजश्री कन्हडदेवेन स्वहस्तेन वीरवाड़ा ग्रामं दत्तं तथा चहुमान जातीय श्री सामन्तसिहेन लुहुलि छापुलि किरणयलुग्रामत्रयं दत्तं"

    This Inscription makes it clear that Chauhan was not a single clan but it was a caste which included various Kshatriya clans. That is why we find large number of Jat Clans in the history of Chauhans.
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    History of Bhariya (भड़िया) clan
    I know from oral tradition that Bhadia Jats founded villages Thathawata in Churu district about 800 years back. It is my own village. The founder of the village was one Thatha Bhadia. Oral tradition simply says he was a warrior and came on horse. After his own name founded village Thathawata. From my personal knowledge I know that he left charagahas on all sides of the village in the name of his family members. In the east side of village left Kishananu, which is now site of a Pakka Johad. In the north he left Ramani, which has now been occupied by harijans from the village. In the south he left Goganu and Rukhani. In west left Ukalai and Hiranu. All these are common lands used for grazing of the cattle.

    Banthod and Rol villages in Sikar district were also founded by Bhariya Jats. Banthod is probably biggest village of Bhadias with about 200 families. Some families went to Khotia village from Banthod.

    The village Sonasar (Jhunjhunu) was founded by Sona Ram Jat of Bhadia gotra in year 1616 who gave the name Sonasar to the village.

    We do not know from where the warrior Thatta came from. Now if we analyze these facts from Thathawata village the naming of places indicates that it has some connections with either Sindhi language or Gujarati which is similar to Marwari language. It might be that person Thatta came from place called Thatta in Sindh, a very ancient historical place.

    I scanned all Inscriptions of that period in book by Dr Gopinath Sharma titled 'Rajasthan Ke Itihas Ke strot'.

    We find mention of Bhariya in following Inscriptions:

    1. Nadol Inscription of year Vikram Samvat 1233 (1176 AD)

    डॉ. गोपीनाथ शर्मा [राजस्थान के इतिहास के स्तोत्र, प. 96] लिखते हैं कि यह लेख केल्हण के नाडोल राज्य (वर्तमान देसूरी तहसील जिला पाली, राजस्थान) में नाणक भोक्ता राजपुत्र लषण आदि परिवार द्वारा प्रत्येक रहट से पैदावार का कुछ भाग शांतिनाथ की यात्रा निमित्त अनुदान दिया, ये ग्राम पंचकुल समक्ष दिया गया. इससे पंचकुल जैसी संस्था की विशेषता का परिचय मिलाता है. इसका मूल पाठ इस प्रकार है:

    "संवत 1233 ज्येष्ठ बदी 13 गुरौ अघेहं श्री नदूल महाराजाधिराज श्री केल्हण देवराज्ये वर्तमान श्री कीर्तिपाल देववुत्रै सिनाणकं भोक्ता राजपुत्र लषण पाल राजपुत्र अभयपाल राज्ञी श्री महिबल देवी सहितै: श्री शांतिनाथ देव यात्रा निमित्तं भड़िया उवअरघट उरहरि मध्यात् गूजर तुहार १ जय ग्राम पंचकुल समक्षि एतद् दानं कृतं पुण्याय. "

    2. Lalrai Shantinath Temple Inscription of 1176 AD

    लालराई तहसील बाली जिला पाली राजस्थान में स्थित इस लेख के बारे में डॉ. गोपीनाथ [राजस्थान के इतिहास के स्तोत्र, 1983, पृ. 96] लिखते हैं - इसमें आस-पास के गाँवों की खाड़ी से (भंडार) जव तथा अरहट से पैदावार का गूजरी यात्रा निमित्त देने का उल्लेख है. यह लेख स्थानीय भाषा के शब्दों को जैसे 'तुहार' (त्यौहार) संस्कृत में प्रयोग किया गया है. यहाँ राजपूत शब्द के लिए राजपुत्र शब्द का प्रयोग किया गया है. इसका मूल पाठ इस प्रकार है:

    "संवत १२३३ वैशाख सुदी ३ सनाणक भोक्ता राजपुत्र लाखणपाल राजपुत्र अभयपाल तस्मिन् राज्ये वर्तमाने चा. भीवडा पडि देहबसी सू. आसाधर समस्त सीर सहितै खाड़ी जबं मध्यात् जावा से ४ गूजरी जात्रा निमित्तं श्री शांतिनाथ देवस्य दत्ता तथा भड़िया उअ अरहटे आसाधर सीरोइय समस्त सीरण जवा हरीथु १ गूजरतु-या त्राहि वील्हस्य पुण्यार्थ"

    3. Lalrai Jain Temple Inscription 1176 AD

    डॉ. गोपीनाथ [राजस्थान के इतिहास के स्तोत्र, 1983, पृ. 97] लिखते हैं कि इसी प्रकार लालराई (बाली से दक्षिणपूर्व स्थित ) के जैन मंदिर का वर्ष 1176 ई. का एक और भी लेख है जिसमें राजपूत के लिए राजपुत्र शब्द का प्रयोग किया गया है. इसका समय ज्येष्ठ कृष्णा 13 गुरुवार संवत 1233 है जब राजस्थान के जालोर जिले में स्थित नाडोल पर चौहान महाराजाधिराज केल्हनदेव का शासन था. उसके राजपुत्र लखनपाल व राजपुत्र अभयपाल सिनाणव के भोक्ता (जागीरदार) थे. उन्होंने तथा रानी श्री महिदेवी ने ग्राम पंचों के समक्ष श्री शांतिनाथ देव के रथयात्रा के उत्सव निमित्त भडिया व ग्राम के उरहारी रहट से गुजराती नाप के एक हारक यव प्रदान किये. इसकी साक्षी भी प्रमुख व्यक्तियों ने दी जिनके नाम लेख में मिट गए हैं. इस लेख में उस समय की जागीर व्यवस्था तथा तारक और हारक नाप तथा उरहारी खेत विशेष के उल्लेख मिलते हैं जो उस समय प्रयुक्त नाप के बोधक हैं. इसमें पंचकुल की प्रधानता भी अंकित है.

    पंक्ति ३-१० : "श्री कीर्तिपालदेवपुत्रै सिनाणव भोक्ता राजपुत्र लाषनपाल राजपुत्र अभयपाल राज्ञी श्री महिलदेवि सहितै: श्री शंतिनाथदेवयात्रानिमितं भड़िया उ व (अ) रघट उरहारी मध्यात् गूजर (तृ) हार (क) १ जावा ग्राम पंचकुल समक्षी एतत् .... दान कृतं पुण्याय साक्षि"

    From the above Inscriptional evidences we can assume that Thatta Bhariya was a Chuahan Chieftain belonging to Nadol line and came to desert area after fall of Prithvi Raj Chauan at Tarai in 1192.
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    Inscriptional evidence of Lega clan

    Kot Solankiyan is a village in Desuri tehsil in Pali district of Rajasthan. An Inscription of Mewar Ruler Maharana Lakha was found here. The Kot Solankiyan Inscription of 1418 bears the Gotra of Lega.

    Kot Solankiyan Inscription of 1418 (कोटसोलंकी का लेख १४१८ ई.)

    यह लेख देसूरि गांव के समीप स्थित कोट-सोलंकियों के जीर्ण मन्दिर में लगा हुआ है.[डॉ गोपीनाथ शर्मा: 'राजस्थान के इतिहास के स्त्रोत', 1983, पृ.131 ] इसका समय वि.सं. १४७५ आषाढ सुदि ३ है. इस लेख का सबसे बड़ा महत्व यह है कि इससे प्रमाणित होता है कि गोडवाड क्षेत्र को महाराणा लाखा ने जीता था. दूसरी महत्वपूर्ण बात इस लेख से यह सिद्ध होती है कि महाराणा लाखा वि.सं. १४७५ तक जीवित थे. इस लेख के मिल जाने से ख्यातों में दी गई लाखा की निधन-तिथि वि.सं. १४५४ असत्य प्रमाणित हो जती है. इस लेख में १० पंक्तियां हैं जिसमें प्रधान ठाकुर श्री मांण्डण, आसलपुर दुर्ग और साह कडुआ, पु. जगसीह, पुत्र खेडा, पुत्र सुहड तथा इनकी भार्याऒं का नाम अंकित है. साथ ही इसमें पार्श्वनाथ के चैत्र्य के मंडप के जीर्णोद्धार का वर्णन है. इसमें समस्त संघ ही साक्षी का उल्लेख भी महत्वपूर्ण है. लेख का मूल इस प्रकार है -

    "स्वस्ति श्री संवत १४७५ वर्षे आषाढ सुदि ३ सोमे राणा श्री लाषा विजयराज्ये प्रधान ठाकुर श्री मांण्डण व्यापारे श्री आसलपुर दुर्गे श्री पार्श्वनाथ चैत्ये । उपकेशवंशी लिगा गोत्रे साह कडुआ भार्या कमलादे पु. जगसींह वाउरा नूलु केल्हा जगसींह भर्या त्रजाल्हणदे पुत्र खेढा भार्या जयंती पुत्र सुहड सल्लू सहितेन आत्मपुण्य श्रेयसे बालणामंडपजीर्णोद्धार: कारापित शुभं भवतु । समस्त संघ मांडणठाकुर साक्षिक:"
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    Inscriptional evidence of Lega clan

    Kot Solankiyan is a village in Desuri tehsil in Pali district of Rajasthan. An Inscription of Mewar Ruler Maharana Lakha was found here. The Kot Solankiyan Inscription of 1418 bears the Gotra of Lega.

    Kot Solankiyan Inscription of 1418 (कोटसोलंकी का लेख १४१८ ई.)

    यह लेख देसूरि गांव के समीप स्थित कोट-सोलंकियों के जीर्ण मन्दिर में लगा हुआ है.[डॉ गोपीनाथ शर्मा: 'राजस्थान के इतिहास के स्त्रोत', 1983, पृ.131 ] इसका समय वि.सं. १४७५ आषाढ सुदि ३ है. इस लेख का सबसे बड़ा महत्व यह है कि इससे प्रमाणित होता है कि गोडवाड क्षेत्र को महाराणा लाखा ने जीता था. दूसरी महत्वपूर्ण बात इस लेख से यह सिद्ध होती है कि महाराणा लाखा वि.सं. १४७५ तक जीवित थे. इस लेख के मिल जाने से ख्यातों में दी गई लाखा की निधन-तिथि वि.सं. १४५४ असत्य प्रमाणित हो जती है. इस लेख में १० पंक्तियां हैं जिसमें प्रधान ठाकुर श्री मांण्डण, आसलपुर दुर्ग और साह कडुआ, पु. जगसीह, पुत्र खेडा, पुत्र सुहड तथा इनकी भार्याऒं का नाम अंकित है. साथ ही इसमें पार्श्वनाथ के चैत्र्य के मंडप के जीर्णोद्धार का वर्णन है. इसमें समस्त संघ ही साक्षी का उल्लेख भी महत्वपूर्ण है. लेख का मूल इस प्रकार है -

    "स्वस्ति श्री संवत १४७५ वर्षे आषाढ सुदि ३ सोमे राणा श्री लाषा विजयराज्ये प्रधान ठाकुर श्री मांण्डण व्यापारे श्री आसलपुर दुर्गे श्री पार्श्वनाथ चैत्ये । उपकेशवंशी लिगा गोत्रे साह कडुआ भार्या कमलादे पु. जगसींह वाउरा नूलु केल्हा जगसींह भर्या त्रजाल्हणदे पुत्र खेढा भार्या जयंती पुत्र सुहड सल्लू सहितेन आत्मपुण्य श्रेयसे बालणामंडपजीर्णोद्धार: कारापित शुभं भवतु । समस्त संघ मांडणठाकुर साक्षिक:"
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    बहोत बहोत धनवाद इस जानकारी के लिए, बुरडाक जी
    जागरूक ती अज्ञानी नहीं बनाया जा सके, स्वाभिमानी का अपमान नहीं करा जा सके , निडर ती दबाया नहीं जा सके भाई नुए सामाजिक क्रांति एक बार आ जे तो उसती बदला नहीं जा सके ---ज्याणी जाट।

    दोस्त हो या दुश्मन, जाट दोनुआ ने १०० साल ताईं याद राखा करे

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