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    Gokul's descendants

    Gokul's descendants

    Gokul of Tilpat

    I wonder if any of Gokuls's direct descendants are still living in the
    Tilpat area?

    Ravi Chaudhary

    Col Verma wrote:

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/JatHistory/message/95

    "As per the history and local folklore the palace was
    destroyed during Jat revolt in Sadabad in which almost 5000 Jats gave
    their lives to defend their honor. The leader Gokula was arrested and
    beheaded in Agra in front of Kotwali. The place is now known as
    Fawwara; the fountain (as the fountain of blood of warriors was shed)

    Gokula; a Haga Choudhary belonged to the Tilapat vill now known as
    Tilu Chihattar near Bisawar. The Jats of the area who revolted
    belonged to Mahaban, Karab (the vill of ex minister of UP Sardar
    Singh), Tilpat, Bisawar, Uncha Gaon, Naogoan (The Vill of the author)
    and Arotha. The Mahaban and the Unchagaon had a proper fort. Other
    vill had the mud forts surrounded by a ditch (the design of mud fort
    was same as Kumbher or Bharatpur though smaller in size). The area is
    mainly inhabited by the Jadu Vanshi Haga Choudharies. The Mahaban,
    Karab, Bisawar, Unchagaon, Naogaon are the kheras (forts) of the Haga
    Choudharies. In the revolt all other gotras of the Jats incl
    Sinsinwars, Chahars, Ghayars, Sogariyas, and others also
    participated."

    Some writers have suggested that Gokul's goth was Sinsinwar.

    I have thought this be of some question, and have not been convinced
    of that.

    We would welcome some primary research from any members who may be
    from one of the villages cited;

    Per Col Verma

    Gokul beonged to " Tilapat" , modern Tilu Chihattar near Bisawar
    .The revolt took place around the villages- .

    The Mahaban, Karab, Bisawar, Unchagaon, Naogaon.

    Obviously one would expect that Gokul's clan /family lived there, and
    that his descendants should be found around Bisawar

    Can any one shed some light?

    Ravi Chaudhary

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravichaudhary View Post
    Gokul's descendants

    Gokul of Tilpat

    I wonder if any of Gokuls's direct descendants are still living in the
    Tilpat area?

    Ravi Chaudhary

    Col Verma wrote:

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/JatHistory/message/95

    "As per the history and local folklore the palace was
    destroyed during Jat revolt in Sadabad in which almost 5000 Jats gave
    their lives to defend their honor. The leader Gokula was arrested and
    beheaded in Agra in front of Kotwali. The place is now known as
    Fawwara; the fountain (as the fountain of blood of warriors was shed)

    Gokula; a Haga Choudhary belonged to the Tilapat vill now known as
    Tilu Chihattar near Bisawar. The Jats of the area who revolted
    belonged to Mahaban, Karab (the vill of ex minister of UP Sardar
    Singh), Tilpat, Bisawar, Uncha Gaon, Naogoan (The Vill of the author)
    and Arotha. The Mahaban and the Unchagaon had a proper fort. Other
    vill had the mud forts surrounded by a ditch (the design of mud fort
    was same as Kumbher or Bharatpur though smaller in size). The area is
    mainly inhabited by the Jadu Vanshi Haga Choudharies. The Mahaban,
    Karab, Bisawar, Unchagaon, Naogaon are the kheras (forts) of the Haga
    Choudharies. In the revolt all other gotras of the Jats incl
    Sinsinwars, Chahars, Ghayars, Sogariyas, and others also
    participated."

    Some writers have suggested that Gokul's goth was Sinsinwar.

    I have thought this be of some question, and have not been convinced
    of that.

    We would welcome some primary research from any members who may be
    from one of the villages cited;

    Per Col Verma

    Gokul beonged to " Tilapat" , modern Tilu Chihattar near Bisawar
    .The revolt took place around the villages- .

    The Mahaban, Karab, Bisawar, Unchagaon, Naogaon.

    Obviously one would expect that Gokul's clan /family lived there, and
    that his descendants should be found around Bisawar

    Can any one shed some light?

    Ravi Chaudhary
    Dear Ravi Sir,
    I belonged to the village Sethrapur (Govra) of Hathras near Bisavar (only 3-4KMs),

    And I am also currently trying to trace his descent, but this is not the question write now, actually I need your help, can you please share some proof, so that I can also conclude or say that Gokul Singh Ji was a Henga Jat??

    Actually I just need proof because all the historians, who wrote about him, only states him as a Sinsinwar? Which is most probably wrong, but I need proof, I need help, so can you please!

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