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Bagaria (बगडिया) Bagadiya (बगडिया) Bagria (बगङिया) Bagadia (बगडिया) Bagriya (बगडि़या) Bagariya (बगाड़िया)/Bagariya (बागड़िया)[1] Gotra Jats are found in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Bacir is term for them in in Afghanistan. [2]

History

Bagarias were originally settled at Sikar where there is fort of Sikar. The Shekhawat Jagirdar displaced them from that place to construct Fort. The Bagarias got annoyed with Jagirdar on this displacement and they left Shekhawati area and settled in Fatehpur which was under Kayamkhani Nawabs. Later they left that area also and came to Dhankoli. The ancestral person of Bagarias was Khuma Ram who had four sons Gordhan, Nadu , Pema and Hari. Gordhan had four sons: Uda, Ramu, Gidha and Sewa. Ramu’s son Jagu came to Dhankoli in samvat 1825 (1758 AD). Bagarias in Dhankoli live in Aguna Bas. They became Marjidan of Thakur and got permission to construct Haveli. Their grand Haveli was constructed in magh sudi 10 samvat 1980 (1932 AD). [3]

बगड़िया वंशावली

बगड़िया गोत्र की निम्न वंशावली मुहणोत नैणसी की ख्यात से मानवेन्द्र सिंह द्वारा उपलब्ध कराई गई है:

ढूंढ (धून्ध) → तपेसरी → तप → चाया → चाहु → तपेसरी द्वितीय → चपराय → सोम (सांभर में आकर बसे) → साहल → अवराय → सिंघराय → लाखन → वल → सोही → जीन्दराव → आसराव → सोहड़ → मधुपाल प्रथम → हापो → महिपो → पतो → देदो → सेहराय → मधुपाल → बिसलदे → वरसिंह दे → भोजो → वालो → डुंगरसी → लालसी


बगड़िया वंश की पोथी के अनुसार


लाखन सी-असवराव-सोहड़→ मधुपाल प्रथम → हापा→ महिपा → पत्ता→ देदो → सहराव→ मधुपाल → विरसी→ बीसल दे → भोजदेव→ वाला देव→ डुंगरसी

बगड़िया वंश को चौहान वंश की शाखा माना गया है। बागड़ क्षेत्र में शासन होने के कारण सोहड़ देव के वंशज बगड़िया कहलाते हैं।

Villages founded by Bagaria clan

Distribution in Rajasthan

Villages in Sikar district

Akwa (25), Alanpur, Badhadar, Bagadia ka Bas (Dudhwa), Balaji Ki Dhani (Nechhwa), Bhunwala, Bodlasi, Doogoli, Fadanpura, Jakhar ki Dhani (Malikpura), Jhajhar Sikar, Jhumpa, Kalyanpura, Khachariawas, Malikpur, Mandawara Sikar, Nagwa, Nainda, Nimeda, Padampura, Piprali, Pura Ki Dhani, Puran Bari, Purana Bas (5), Ramsagar (Malikpur), Rulyanimali, Sargoth (500), Shivpura, Shyampura Sikar, Sigdola Bara, Sigdola Chhota, Sikar, Tasar Bari, Norangpura (Shivpura), Srimadhopur, Vijaipura,

Villages in Jhunjhunu district

Bagariya Ki Dhani, Baggar,

Villages in Churu district

Ranwan Ki Dhani (20), Barjangsar, Biramsar, Jaleu Ratangarh, Sardarshahar, Sujangarh (6),

Locations in Jaipur city

N-110 Kendriya Vihar Sector 6 vidhyadhar Nagar Ambabari, Murlipura Scheme, Himmat Nagar, Sanganer, Kadhanwala (Chaksu), Kadhanwala (Chaksu), C-Scheme, Mansarowar Colony, Vidhyadharnagar

Villages in Jaipur district

Devkishanpura (9), Kadeda (1), Kathawala (1), Khijuria, Mansar Tootoli (6), Mukundpura Dadawata (1), Palawala (1), Rampura bas Goner (1),

Villages in Nagaur district

Adaksar, Dhankoli, Hudeel, Kyamsar, Lukas, Mandookara, Singar, Udrasar Nagaur (15),

Villages in Banswara district

Banswara,

Villages in Bharatpur district

Salaimpur Khurd,

Villages in Hanumangarh district

The Bagaria jats are found in almost all the villages of Bhadra (Hanumangarh).

Villages in Tonk district

Dadawat (1), Lamba Harisingh (1), Nayagaon Mukranya (1), Naykon ka Basda (5),

Villages in Ajmer district

Ghaslo Ki Dhani (5),

Villages in Alwar district

Badsu,

Villages in Bundi district

Indragarh Bundi,

Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

Villages in Ratlam district

Villages in Ratlam with population of this gotra are: Dheekwa 1, Namli 14, Narayangarh Sailana 1, Raoti 1, Ratlam 1, Sinod 4,

Villages in Harda district

Alanpur

Villages in Indore district

Mhow

Distribution in Haryana

Villages in Bhiwani district

Chandawas,

Villages founded by Baagaria clan

Bagdiya village in Dhar district

Distribution in Sindh

James Tod[4] writes that Bagaria clan is found in Sindh.

Notable persons

  • Ghasi Ram Bagaria (JWO) - Shaurya Chakra in 1984 , Village - Tasar Badi, Sikar, Rajasthan.
  • Govind Ram Bagaria - RAS Rajasthan, Phone: 0291-2648119, Mob: 9829022363
  • Sepoy Banwari Lal Bagaria - Martyr of Kargil War, The Jat Regiment, OP VIJAY(KARGIL) 15-05-1999,
  • Arun Bagadia-Managing Director of BEST CAPITAL SERVICES LIMITED (RBI Approved Non-Banking Finance Company) Office address- 701, Luhadia Tower,Ashok Marg,C-Scheme,Jaipur(Rajasthan)& Worked with Kogta Financial India Limited(NBFC) as Chief Executive Officer(CEO),Worked with G-MAC Financial Services India Ltd ( World's no 1 auto finance co.) as a State Head (Rajasthan),Home Address : N-110, Kendriya Vihar Colony, Sector-6, Vidhyadhar Nagar, Jaipur, Phone Number : +91 141 2235261, Mob: +91 95870 00003, Email Address : arun@bestcapital.in website www.bestcapital.in Mr.Arun Bagadia is also involved into social activities.
  • SEP Banwari Lal Bagaria -
  • K.R. Bagaria - Director , SKIT Group of Institutions ,Jaipur
  • Khinya Ram Bagaria - IPS Officer, resident of Singar village in Nagaur district in Rajasthan.
  • Munni Ram Bagaria - RAS, Home District : Nagaur.
  • Dr. H.S. Bagaria - Mch Urologist, Sikar.
  • Dr. Bhagwan Ram Bagaria - J S (Joint Replacement), S.K. Soni Hospital, Jaipur. Date of Birth : 0--1978. VPO - Araksar, VIA- Kukanwali, TEH - Nawa ,DISTT.- NAGAUR. Present Address : B-56,Unnati Tower,Centra Spine, Vidyadhar Nagar, Jaipur Mob. No.- 9983895992. Resident Phone Number : 01586-249405, Mobile Number : 9460891205, Email Address : dr.bagaria@yahoo.co.in
  • Gaurav Bagaria - DIRECTOR, Technical Education. Permanent Address : VPO- Singar, DISTT- Nagaur, Rajasthan. Present Address : SKIT Campus, Sisyawas, Jagatpura, Jaipur, Rajasthan
  • Jetha Ram Bagaria - RAS (2012), from Bhawad (Didwana Nagaur) [5]
  • Rajpal Bagaria: RAS 2006 batch, Posted as ADM, Churu, M: 9649383003
  • Mr Ram Bagaria - Currently working as Assistant Professor in Department of Economics & Planning, Mahatma Gandhi Central University, Bihar. Mr Ram belongs to Sri Madhopur, Sikar, Rajasthan.

Gallery

References

  1. O.S.Tugania:Jat Samuday ke Pramukh Adhar Bindu, p.50, s.n. 1639,1709
  2. An Inquiry Into the Ethnography of Afghanistan,H. W. Bellew, p.102
  3. M.K Azad:Dhankoli Aaj Tak, 2004, p.207-8
  4. James Todd Annals/Sketch of the Indian Desert, Vol. III,p. 1293
  5. Jat Gatha, September-2015,p. 15

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