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Beniwal (बेनीवाल)[1] Veniwal (वेणिवाल) Venhval (वेनवाल) Benhival (बेन्हीवाल) Vainiwal (वैनीवाल)[2] Vaniwal (वैनीवाल)Bhainiwal (बैनीवाल) Bahinwar (बहिनवार)[3] [4] Veniwal (वेनीवाल) Bainiwal (बैनिवाल)/Bain (बैन)/Vain (वैन)[5] Baini (बैनी)[6] [7] Bhainwar (भैनवार)[8] Behniwal (बेहनीवाल) Bhanniwal (भांणीवाल) [9] is a clan or Gotra of Jats in Rajasthan,[10] Haryana, Punjab, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh in India. They were rulers in Jangladesh, Bikaner. Dilip Singh Ahlawat has mentioned Ven as one of the ruling Jat clans in Central Asia. [11] They were supporters of Chauhan Confederacy.

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Origin

  • Beniwal Gotra derives name from Bani (Jungle).[12]
  • They are Nagavanshi kshatriyas. They are said to be descended from Vena (वेन), the ancestor of Prithu, who is called the first consecrated king of the earth. [13] They are considered Shivagotri.

History

Earlier they were in Central Asia and from there they migrated to northern salt-range Punjab region in India and at the time of Alexander invasion on Punjab in 326 B.C. they fought with Alexander The Great. Later on Beniwal along with Sihag,Punia,Godara,Saran and Johiya migrated to north Rajasthan region known as Jangladesh and ruled there till 15th century .

Benae of Pliny : They are mentioned by Pliny as Benae, along the Brysai,[14] the modern Beniwal and Vāraish Jats. They are very ancient people and in the Central Asia they were called by the name of Ven or Ben. They are frequently mentioned in Central Asian History.

Ven/Vain/Bain of B S Dahiya : Bhim Singh Dahiya writes about the kingdom of Ven, on Lake Van in Turkey in the tenth century B.C. They are the Benae of the later Greek writers, the Beniwal or Venhwal clan of the Jats in India, whose king, Raja Chakravarti Ben/Ven. (the Chakva Ben) is famous in Indian legends from the Punjab to Bengal, without rinding a place in the present-day history. Significantly, the Ven kings, took the title of “king of kings”, “king of the world”—titles which were later taken up by the Achaemenians of Iran. In addition, the Ven kings are called, “The king of the Biainas” and “king of the Naire”. These titles show that the Ven kingdom, included the Bains and Nara clan of the Jats. Again, the Ven kings, extended their power over the Manna/Mannai and the Dayeni/Dahi people. [15]

A village named Meena Majra, near Sonipat towards Ganaur, which contains ancient ruins, including the multi-story buildings. There are certain ancient temples and a large tank and goddesses near the site. The local People believe that this ancient city was capital of king Chakwa Ben. The identity of this ruler Chakwa Ben is not known to the historians. However a stupa near Kesariya, known by the name of Raja Ben Chakravarti is descibed by Hiuen-Tsang as a memorial of Chakravarti kings.[16] Carlleyle notes a similar local tradition from Bairat (Jaipur), and there too, the name is Chakwa Ben. [17] Cunningham mentions similar legends of Chakravarti Ben in Bihar, Awadh and Ruhel Khand. Carlleyle says, he was an Indo-Scythian king. He is right. The king belonged to Ben or Beniwal clan.[18]

In Jangladesh area: The philosophy of their origin from the Shiva's lock indicates that they belong to the Nagavansha. They are considered to be of Shiva (Shivi) gotra. Shivi and Taxak were neighbourers. After the attack of Alexander the Shivi and Taxak people moved down to Panjab and occupied Jangladesh. Beniwal Gotra Jats were one of them to occupy parts of Jangladesh. The Jangladesh region corresponded with the princely state of Bikaner. They reached here in early period of Christian era and ruled till 15th century when Rathores occupied the Jangladesh due to lack of unity in jats at that time.[19]


According to James Todd the Beniwal republic in Jangladesh had 150 villages under them with capital at Raisalana and districts like Bhukarkho, Sanduri, Manoharpur, Kooi, Bae.

Rathores under the leadership of Bika and Kandal were spreading their rule in Jangladesh in the 15th century. At that time Beniwal Jats were ruling over about 150 villages in Jangladesh region. Their capital was at "Rai Selana" and their king was Raisall. Raisall was a simple and brave ruler. Their territory included the important towns like Bookerko, Saundri, Manoharpur, Kooi and Bai. Godara Jats had aligned with Rathores and Badshah of Delhi.The War had become Between two groups Some Jats at one side and Rajput Rathore, Godara Jats and Badshah of Delhi Saltnat were another side.The group of Badshah of Delhi with Rathores had become most powerful. So some Jat gotras had accepted kingdom of rathores at first day of war but Beniwals did not accept defeat and they fight till last long.But due to lack of unity among Jats their territory also become to end. Beniwals had also perform main role in the war of Jats against the King Sikandera(the allexander). [19][20]


Ram Swarup Joon[21] writes about...The Beniwal Gotra is found in large numbers in the desert regions. They call themselves the descendants of Shavi and consider Shiva as their God. Before the establishment of Bikaner State they had a small kingdom there. There were 35 villages of Beniwal Jats in Bahawalpur State before independence and about the same number in Bikaner State. The latter are the followers of Vaishnavite faith.

Sub divisions of Chauhan

Bhim Singh Dahiya[22] provides us list of Jat clans who were supporters of the Chauhan when they gained political ascendancy. The Bhanniwal clan supported the ascendant clan Chauhan and become part of a political confederacy.[23]

Table of Jat republics in Jangladesh

Dr Karni Singh, a well known political personality and author, records that Jats had established powerful governments in north India. Prior to 1488 Jats had seven Janapadas of Godara, Saran, Sihag, Beniwal, Puniya, Sahu, Johiya in desert region of Bikaner. Following are the main clans and their heads with capital and number of villages in each territory. [24], [25]

S.No. Name of janapada Name of chieftain No. of villages Capital Names of districts
1. Punia Kanha Punia 300 Jhansal[26]/Luddi[27] Bhadra, Ajitpura, Sidhmukh, Rajgarh, Dadrewa, Sankhoo
2. Beniwal Raisal Beniwal 150 Raisalana Bhukarkho, Sanduri, Manoharpur, Kooi, Bae
3. Johiya Sher Singh Johiya 600 Bhurupal Jaitpur, Kumana, Mahajan, Peepasar, Udasar
4. Sihag Chokha Singh Sihag 150 Suin/Pallu Rawatsar, Biramsar, Dandusar, Gandaisi
5. Saharan Pula Saran 300 Bhadang Khejra, Phog, Buchawas, Sui, Bandhnau, Sirsala
6. Godara Pandu Godara 700 Shekhsar Shekhsar, Pundrasar, Gusainsar Bada, Gharsisar, Garibdesar, Rungaysar, Kalu

It is thus clear that out of 2670 villages in the Jangladesh, 2200 villages were under the rule of Jats. Each canton bore the name of the community, and was subdivided into districts.

Villages founded by Beniwal clan

बेनीवाल गोत्र का इतिहास

बेनीवाल गोत्र संसार के प्राचीनतम तथा स्तम्भ चार गोत्रों में से एक है. पूनिया गोत्र के बाद जनसंख्या में यह दूसरे या तीसरे नंबर पर आती है. जाट प्राचीन शासक के लेखक भीम सिंह दहिया लिखते हैं कि इस गोत्र का वर्णन ८०० ई.पू. प्लिनी ने भी किया है. वे लिखते हैं कि उस समय इनको बेनई के रूप में जाना जाता था तथा 'वाल' एक प्रत्यय है. तैतीय एवं सतपथ ब्रह्मण तथा कान्ठक सहित इस दावे को सिद्ध करते हैं कि यह आर्याव्रत के प्राचीन गोत्रों में से एक है. इनका पूर्वज पृथ्थू था जोकि वेन पुत्र था और कृषि विशेषज्ञ था. यही राजा पृथ्वी का प्रथम प्रतिष्ठित राजा हुआ. इसकी १५ पीढियों बाद वें द्वितीय राजा हुआ. वैन/बैन द्वितीय ही नागवंशियों का प्रथम तथा कुल ६ चकवों में से एक चकवा था. यही महाराजा चकवा वैन के नाम से प्रसिद्द हुआ. अनुमान है कि यह महाभारत से बहुत पहले हुआ था. इसी के नाम से वर्तमान वेनीवाल गोत्र प्रारंभ हुआ. महाराजा चकवा वैन का एक किला शेरशाह सूरी मार्ग पर गन्नोर से ८ किमी दूरी पर है. [28]

जाटों के जो वंश ई.पू. सैंकडों वर्ष पहले हरिवर्ष (यूरोप) गए थे उनमें से एक वैन/बैन (बेनीवाल) भी था. इनके राज्य डेनमार्क, इंगलैंड, अर्मीनिया, टर्की आदि देशों में रहे तथा ये लोग आज ईसाई धर्म के पालक हैं. वैन/बैन/दें के रूप में आबाद [29] से भी प्राप्त होती है. यह उल्लेख जाट इतिहासकारों ठाकुर देशराज, कैप्टेन दलीप सिंह अहलावत अदि की इतिहास पुस्तकों में भी है. बीकानेर क्षेत्र में १५० गांवों पर इनका राज्य था. कुछ इतिहासकार गांवों की संख्या ३६० बताते हैं. भादरा जिला हनुमानगढ़ में आज भी इस गोत्र की बहुतायत है. भारतीय पुरातत्व खंड vi में इनके प्रमाण हैं. सिख इतिहासकार कन्निंघम ने भी बिहार, अवध, रुहेल खंड में चकवा वैन के प्रमाण दिए हैं.[30]

टर्की, आर्मीनिया आदि देशों में वैन/बैन के नाम की अति प्राचीन झीलें हैं. रूस और डेनमार्क में भी इनके प्रमाण मिलते हैं. [31]

राजस्थान में एक गोत्र के आधार पर इसी गोत्र की जनसंख्या सर्वाधिक है. हरयाणा, पंजाब, दिल्ली, उत्तर प्रदेश, उत्तराँचल, बिहार में भी यह गोत्र आबाद है. शिव से इसकी उत्पति मानी गई है. शिव इनके अराध्य देव हैं. बीकानेर में इनका राज्य जाटों की एकता के अभाव के कारण समाप्त हो गया. इनका राज्य राठोडों द्वारा हथिया लिया गया था उसके बाद भी बेनीवाल गोत्र के मुखियाओं को रुपये ५००/- प्रतिमाह और पगड़ी भेंट में दी जाती थी. इस गोत्र के राजा बड़े दानी थे. कहते हैं इन्होने अपने मिराशियों को भी हाथी दान दिया था. इनके रहन सहन का ढंग उत्तम था. वर्तमान में चौधरी लक्ष्मी नारायण छाता क्षेत्र से मायावती सरकार में कृषि मन्त्री हैं. भरत सिंह दड़बा कला सिरसा से, कुलबीर सिंह भट्टू कला से विधायक हैं तथा संजीव बेनीवाल भादरा से पूर्व विधायक हैं. [32]

ठाकुर देशराज लिखते हैं

ठाकुर देशराज लिखते हैं कि राठौरों से, जिस समय अपने राज्य की रक्षा के लिए, बेणीवाल जाटवीरों का संघर्ष हुआ, उस समय उनके पास 84 गांव थे। राय सेलाणा नाम के स्थान में इनकी राजधानी थी। राजा का नाम रायसल्ल था जो कि बहादुर किन्तु सीधा सरदार था। गोदारा लोग राठौरों से मिल गये थे। इस कारण इनका युद्ध में बहुत लम्बे अर्से तक डटा रहना कठिन था, इसलिए इन्होंने भी अधीनता स्वीकार कर ली।


जाट इतिहास:ठाकुर देशराज,पृष्ठान्त-618


चारण रामरत्न ने बेणीवालों के अधिकार में चालीस गांव लिखे हैं, किन्तु ‘वाकए राजपूताना’ जिल्द दो में मुंशी ज्वालासहायजी ने 150 गांव लिखे हैं।

इनके राज्य में बूकरको, सोन्दरी, मनोहरपुर, कूई और बाई जैसे प्रसिद्ध नगर शामिल थे। भादरा, अजीतपुर, सीधमुख, राजगढ़, ददरेवा और सांखू किसी समय उनके अधिकार में रहे थे।

बेणीवाल भी पोनियों की भांति नागवंशी अथवा शिव-गोत्री हैं। बेणी सिर के बालों के गुच्छे को कहते हैं। महादेव की जटाओं से जाटों के पैदा होने की जो फिलासफी है, उसके अनुसार वे शिव-गोत्री अथवा नाग-वंशी ही हो सकते हैं। बीकानेर के सिवाय पंजाब और संयुक्त प्रदेश में भी उनकी आबादी पाई जाती है। बीकानेर राज की ओर से उनके मुखियाओं के लिए पोशाक, सालाना 500 रुपये और 75 रुपये की नदकार बंधी हुई बताई जाती है। बेणीवाल लोग जांगल के उस भाग के शासक थे, जो अन्य लोगों के राज्यों से कहीं अधिक उपजाऊ था। जाटों के ग्रन्थों में इनके दान की और ठाट-बाट की खूब प्रशंसा कही गई है।

रायसलाणा के बेणीवाल

रायसलाणा चुरू से 50 मील उत्तर-पूर्व में और सारण जाटों के ठिकाने भाड़ंग से 18 मील उत्तर-पूर्व में स्थित है. यह बेणीवाल जाटों की राजधानी था. बेणीवालों के कितने गाँव थे, इसके बारे में इतिहासकारों में बड़ा मतभेद है. ठाकुर देशराज ने बेणीवालों के गाँवों की संख्या 84, चारण रामनाथ रत्नू ने 40, और मुंशी ज्वालासहय ने वाकए राजपूताना में 150 दी है. दयालदास ने अपनी ख्यात में संख्या 360 गाँवों के होने का उल्लेख किया है. [33] राठोड़ों के आगमन के समय इनका सरदार रायसल था. रायसल की बेटी मलकी का विवाह भाड़ंग के सरदार पूला सारण के साथ हुआ था. इसी मलकी के अपहरण काण्ड को लेकर गोदारों का शेष सब जाटों से युद्ध हुआ था और अंत में सीधमुख के पास ढाका नमक स्थान पर जो लड़ाई हुई, उसमें गोदारों के सहायक राठोड़ों की विजय हुई थी, जिसके परिणाम स्वरूप रायसलाणा के ठिकाने पर भी राठोड़ों का अधिकार हो गया था. [34] [35]

Beniwal khap

Beniwal khap has 360 villages in Churu, Jaipur and Mathura districts.

Bhainwar Khap

In Jatu dialect they call themselves Bhainwar and this khap as Bhainwar khap. This khap has 12 villages around Kosi Kalan.[36]

Distribution in Rajasthan

Villages in Sikar district

Abhawas, Babalan, Bhagatpura, Chuwas, Dhandhan, Dholia, Kotri Dhaylan, Khud, Ranoli, Swami ki Dhani, Sherpura, Sikar,

Villages in Bikaner district

Bandha, Ramnagar, Satasar,

Villages in Churu district

Balrasar (6), Bhaleri, Biramsar, Chhapar Churu (5), Dalman (1), Daloosar, Daudsar, Gopalpuriya, Hansiyawas, Kalwas, Khuri Churu (1), Loonasar, Malaksar, Mundital, Raburi, Raiya Tunda, Sujangarh (13), Taranagar,

Villages in Jodhpur district

Bahara Khurd, Bana Ka Bas, Bhojakare, Borunda, Chamu, Dantiwara, Gagari, Godelai, Guda Vishnoiyan (3), Jhak Bilara, Jodhpur, Kagal, Khabeda, Madla Kalan, Phalaudi, Poonasar, Raimalwara, Salwa Kalla, Sili,

Villages in Barmer district

Aadel, Bachhraoo, Baitu Panji, Bankana Tala, Bataru, Beniwalon Ki Dhani, Beniwalsar, Beriwala Tala (बेरीवाला तला), Bhadkha, Bhata, Bheemra, Bhimarlai (भीमरलाई), Bhomun Ka Tala, Bola Barmer, Chandesara, Chaukriya Ki Dhani, Dhanaoo, Dharasar, Garal (80), Gira, Hathitala, Jalipa, Jaydoo, Kalyanpura, Khattoo, Koloo, Lilala, Lilsar, Madhasar, Mangle Ki Beri, Mokhab Khurd, Nandram Ki Dhani, Naukh (5), Nokhra (20), Ratasar, Raychandpura, Seoniyala, Sobhala Jetmalan, Somesara, Tankeliyasr, Umarlai Khalsa,

Villages in Jalor district

Lalji Ki Dungari,

Locations in Jaipur

Ambabari, Amer, Banipark, Gandhi Nagar, Hanuman Nagar, Hasanpura, Jharkhand Mahadev, Jhotwara, Khatipura, Madhuvan Conony, Maharani Farm, Malviy Nagar, Mansarowar Colony, Murlipura Scheme, Queens Road, Station Road, Tonk Road,

Villages in Jaipur district

Biharipura Sawli (18), Itawa Tejya Ka Bas, Jatwara Jaipur, Kaladera, Kotkhawada, Moondya (1), Nathmalpura (4), Naya Nimodia (3), Nomodia (1), Shakkar Khawada (शक्कर खावदा)

Villages in Jhunjhunu district

Badet, Kodesar, Raghunathpura, Bijnai Ka Bas (Raghunathpura), Pura Ki Dhani,

Villages in Nagaur district

Barangaon, Bhaiya Kalan, Bhaiya Khurd, Charanwas Degana, Chimrani, Dawoli Bhanwariya, Deh, Deusar, Dhawa, Dholiya, Gowa Khurd, Gular, Isar Navra, Kalwa, Khanwar (1), Kutiyasani Kalan, Kutiyasani Khurd, Manjhee, Mithariya, Nagri, Panchla Siddha, Rabdiyad, Ramsari,

Villages in Churu district

Kaman Churu,

Villages in Hanumangarh district

3 Sng, Baramsar, Bhadra, Bhaguwala, Bhanai, Bharwana, Chhani Badi, Chautala, Daulatpura (Tibbi), Deeplana, Dhaban, Deengarh, Fatehgarh Hanumangarh, Gandhi Badi, Gillwala, Hajiran, Hanumangarh, Indrapura Hanumangarh, Jatan, Jogiwala Hanumangarh, Kalana, Khachwana, Kishanpura Utradha, Kulchander, Maliya Nohar, Manharpura, Morjanda Khari, Munda Hanumangarh, Munsari, Nagrana, Naiwala, Naurangdesar, Nimla, Nohar, Parlika, Phephana, Pilibanga, Pirkamdia, Rajpuria, Ramgarh, Ramgarh Ujjalwas, Ranjitpura, Raslana, Ratanpura Rohidawali, Sangariya, Sardargarhia, Sonri, Talwada Jheel, Topariya Barani,

Villages in Ganganagar district

Bhamuwali Dhani (Goluwala), Daulatpura, Gharsana,

Villages in Chittorgarh district

Pachhali, Deokheda (1), Jalaudia (2), Jamlawda (1), Karju (1),

Villages in Karauli district

Mandawara,Kachroli , Jat Saray

Villages in Baran district

Bhanwargarh,

Villages in Swai Madhopurdistrict

Theegla

Villages in Tonk district

Bhairupura, Chooli, Harbhagatpura, Janakipura (1), Kalyanpura Nukkad (1), Sirohi Village, Loharwada, Rajwas, Dhundiya, Shrinagar, Sandera farm, Naneer, Khirgi, Syalasukhpura, Ramnagar Aliyari, Bhawanipura Diggi,

Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

Barnawad Rajgarh, Gwalior, Abagaon Khurd (Harda),

Villages in Nimach district

Nimach (3), Aspura (2), Aghoriya (15), Dhokalkheda (3), Harnawda (3), Harwar (9), Barkheda Jat (1), Hanumantia (1), Kesarpura (34), Khor Vikram (2), Kundala (2), Morvan (2), Nanpuriya (2), Nayagaon Jawad (2), Roop Pura (1),

Villages in Mandsaur district

Malhargarh (Mandsaur)

Villages in Ratlam district

Villages in Ratlam with population of this gotra are:

Bainiwal in Dantodiya 48, Beniwal in Bilpank 1, Namli 1,

Villages in Ratlam with population of Veniwal (वेनीवाल) gotra are:

Ghatwas 1, Kalori khurd 1, Negarda 3,

Villages in Rajgarh district

Beniwals live in Barnawad (बरनावाद) village in Narsinghgarh tahsil in Rajgarh district in Madhya Pradesh.

Villages in Dhar district

Beniwals live in Badwai (बडवई) village in Badnawar tahsil in Dhar district in Madhya Pradesh.

Dattigara (2),

Villages in Harda district

Abagaon Khurd (5), Baidi, Bhadugaon, Dudi Dhani, Kartana, Kolipura, Kusia, Segone,

Villages in Sheopur district

Lath, Nayagoan,

Villages in Gwalior district

Gwalior, Lashkar (Gwalior),

Distribution in Uttar Pradesh

Villages in Bulandshahr district

Nibhada,

Villages in Bijnor district

Shahpur,

Villages in Muzaffarnagar district

Gohrani, Titawi, Khera Gadai,

Villages in Mathura district

Khitavata, Kosi, Kamar Mathura, Mathura, Sirthala, Sanchauli,

and nearby areas (Total 12 villages).

Villages in Bareilly district

Raath,

Distribution in Haryana

Villages in Panipat district

Bhapura (भापऱा), Kawi (कवि), Samalkha (समालख़ा),

Villages in Karnal district

Dupedi (दुपेड़ी), Fafdana (फफड़ाना), Dayana

Villages in Bhiwani district

Bilawal, Kaluwas, Mundhal,

Villages in Sirsa district

Distt Sirsa- Abholi Anandgarh, Arniawali (अरनियावाली), Asa khera (आसा खेडा), Barasari, Baruwali, Berwala Khurd, Burj Sirsa, Chadiwal (चाडीवाल), Chaharwala, Chadiwal, Darba Kalan (दड़बा कलां) , Dandh (डंढ़), Dhingtania (धिंगतानिया), Gigorani (गिगोरानी), Ganja Rupana, Gussaina, Hanzira, Jamal, Jogiwala, Kagdana (कागदाना) , Kaluana, Kairanwali, Kutiana, Madho Singhana, Makhosarani, Mammad Khera, Nathusari Kalan, Nathusari Khurd, Neemla, Pili Mandori, Raipuria, Rampura, Rampura Bagrian, Rampura Dhilon, Rupana, Rupawas, Shakar Mandori, Saharani, Suchan, Sultanpuria, Tarkanwali, Tarvakawali (तरवकावाली), Teja Khera, Tajia Khera (ताजिया खेङा) (Sirsa),

Villages in Fatehabad district

Dhabi Kalan, Gadli, Khabra Kalan, Khabra Khurd, Suli Khera, Thuyan,

Villages in Hisar district

Balak, Chuli Bagadian, Dhani Mithi, Dhansu, Dobhi, Khariya, Shahpur, Jakhod Khera,

Locations in Hisar city

Sector 15, H.no-85, Hisar, Sh.Abhimanyu Beniwal.

Villages in Jhajjar district

Godhri (गोधड़ी), Kutani (कुताणी), Malikpur, Safipur, Birohar (few families only)

Villages in Kaithal district

Budhakhera (बुढ़ाखेडा), Chandana (चंदाना),

Villages in Rohtak district

Kheri Meham (खेड़ी महम), Mayna (मायना),

Villages in Jind district

Dhobi (ढोबी), Hamirgarh (हमीरगढ़), Narwana, Barsola

Villages in Sonipat district

Meena Majra, Shekhpura,

Distribution in Maharashtra

Villages in Nasik district

Malegaon,

Distribution in Punjab

Villages in Patiala district

There are (4,440) Bhainiwals in Patiala district.

Dighawali, Kular,

Villages in Mansa district

Villages in Moga district

Villages in Firozpur district

Kular Firozpur,

Villages in Mansa district

Behniwal Mansa,

In Delhi

Pitampura (Rohini) - Here some families use Beniwal as surname because they belongs to any village named Beniwal.

Distribution in Uttarakhand

Villages in Haridwar district

There are (1,000) Beniwal in Haridwar district.

Dahiyaki, Mandawali,

Notable persons

  • Bagta Ram Beniwal - Superintendent Central Excise & Customs, Home District : Barmer, Date of Birth : 1-April-1962, Present Address : 304, Madhuram Aptt., Chharwada Road, GIDC, Vapi-396195 Gujarat, Mob: 9426889292, Email: beniwal62@yahoo.com
  • Devendra Kumar Beniwal - IES (1999) from village Garal (Barmer),
  • Jit Ram Beniwal - IES, From village Munda, District: Hanumangarh]], DOB: 16 October 1985, Father Malu Ram Beniwal, (Jat Express, 25-11-2012)
  • Prof. Anup Singh Beniwal - Dean University School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Arya Sunita Beniwal - Pradhan Sampadak "Ajeya Bharata", 1264, Sector 16/17, Hisar, Haryana, Mob: 8059680069, 8901518200, 8901297440

See also

Gallery of Beniwal people

External Links

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