Batala

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Location Batala in Gurdaspur District

Batala (बटाला) is a city and tahsil in Gurdaspur district in Punjab, India.

Villages in Batala tahsil

Raliali Khurd, Ahmadabad, Ainokot, Akarpura, Aliwal Araian, Aliwal Jattan, Ammo Nangal, Araianwali, Attepur, Aulakh, Awan, Awan, Baddowal, Badowal Kalan, Badowal Khurd, Bagha, Bahadarpur, Bahadurpur Rajoa, Bajjuman, Balarwal, Balewal, Ball, Balrampur, Bariyar, Bariyar, Basarpura, Basrai, Batala (M Cl), Behlowal, Bhadur Hussain, Bhagian, Bhagowal, Bhagtupur, Bhait, Bhalowali, Bham, Bhamboi, Bhamri, Bharath, Bharathwal, Bhattiwal, Bhittewadh, Bhol, Bhole Ke, Bhoman, Bhullar, Bijliwal, Bishniwal, Bohja, Bolewal, Boparai, Braham, Bujjianwali, Bullowal, Bure Nangal, Burj Araian, Chahal, Chahal Khurd, Chahgill, Chak Bhagtupur, Chak Chao, Chak Khasa, Chak Sidhwan, Chak Tara, Chak Wassan, Chandke, Chandu Manj, Chandu Suja, Chao Chak, Chataurgarh, Chatha, Chaudhriwala, Chaura, Cheema, Chhapianwali, Chhichhrewal, Chhilowal, Chhit, Chima, Chima Kallar, Chinna Veeran, Chone, Choranwali, Chuhewal, Dabanwala, Dadiala Najara, Dadu Jodh, Dakhla Surjit Singhwala, Dakoha, Dala Chak, Dalam, Dalla, Damodar, Darewali, Daulatpur, Dewaniwal, Dhadialanat, Dhaliwal, Dhanda, Dhanda, Dhandoi, Dhanne, Dhapai, Dharamkot, Dharamkot Bagga, Dhariwal, Dhaulpur, Dhawan, Dhir, Dhira, Dhirowal, Dhupsari, Dialgarh, Diya, Doburji, Dogar, Dult, Duniya Sandhu, Fatehgarh Churian (M Cl), Fazlabad, Galowal, Gande ke, Ghanieke Bangar, Gharkian, Ghas, Ghasitpur, Ghoga, Ghuman, Gill, Gillanwali, Gopalpur, Granthgarh, Gujjarpura, Gulbob, Harchowal, Hardo Jhanda, Harpura, Harsian, Haruwal, Hassanpur Kalan, Hassanpur Khurd, Jaitu Sarja, Jangla, Jauhal, Jaura Singha, Jhanjian Kalan, Jhanjian Khurd, Kala Afgana, Kala Nangal, Kaler, Kalian, Kaluwal, Kandiala, Kandila, Kane Gil, Kangra, Kapura, Karnaman, Karwalian, Kastiwal, Kathana, Kaure, Kazampur, Khaira, Khanfatta, Khanpur, Khode Bangar, Khojala, Khojewal, Khojkipur, Khokhar, Khokhar, Khokhar, Khokharwal, Khokhowal, Khudi, Khusar Tahli, Kiri Afgana, Kishan Kot, Kohali, Kokalpur, Kot Ahmad Khan, Kot Bakhta, Kot Karam Chand, Kot Khajana, Kot Majlas, Kotla Baman, Kotla Baja Singh, Kotla Moosa, Kotla Sahya, Kotla Sharaf, Kotla Suba Singh, Kotli Bhan Singh, Kotli Dhadian, Kotli Lehal, Kotli Phassi, Kotli Thablan, Kotli Uplan, Kular, Kulla, Ladha Munda, Ladhu Bhana, Lailla, Lala Nangal, Langarwal, Langianwali, Lil Kalan, Lil Khurd, Lodhi Nangal, Loh Chap, Longowal, Machrai, Madra, Mahesh Dogar, Mahlwan, Malakwala, Malikpur, Malludawara, Malukwali, Mamrai, Manan, Mand, Mandiala, Manesh, Manjian Wali, Manoharpur, Mansandwal, Mansurke, Marar, Mari Panwan, Mari Buchian, Masanian, Mathola, Meeke, Mehmedpur, Mehtewal, Metla, Mir Kachana, Mirpur, Mirzajan, Missarpura, Mokal, Mollowali, Momanwal, Moor, Mulianwali, Muradpura, Muridke, Nahra, Nanak Chak, Nangal, Nangal, Nangal Bagbana, Nangal Buttar, Nangal Jhawar, Nasarke, Nasirpur, Nat, Nat, Nathpur, Nathu Khaira, Nathwal, Nawan Pind Barqiwala, Nawan Pind Mahmawala, Nawan Pind Milkhi-wala, Nurpur, Othian, Padda, Pandori, Panjgrain, Parowal, Partapgarh, Penjo Chak, Pero Shah, Phatta, Phulke, Pind Purana, Pinda Rori, Pirowali, Punwan, Purian Kalan, Purian Khurd, Qadian (M Cl), Qadian Rajputan, Qila Darshan Singh, Qila Desa Singh, Qila Lal Singh, Qila Tek Singh, Radhan, Rali Ali Kalan, Rampur, Rampur, Rangar Nangal, Rangilpur, Rasulpur, Rikhia, Ror Khaira, Rupowali, Sadarang, Sagarpur, Sahan Pannu, Said Mubarak, Saidpur, Sakhowal, Salho Chahal, Samrai, Sandalpur, Sangatpura, Sangherah, Sangrai, Sarchur, Sarupwali, Sarwali, Seehra, Seikhwan, Shahbad, Shahpur Araian, Sham Sherpur, Shampur, Shankarpura, Sheikhowali, Sheikhpur, Sheikhwan, Sherpur, Sidhwan, Sidhwan, Sodhpur, Sohian, Sokala, Sri Hargobindpur(M Cl), Sultanpur, Sundal, Suniyah, Talwandi Bakhta, Talwandi Bha-rath, Talwandi Bhindran, Talwandi Jheuran, Talwandi Jhunglan, Talwara, Taragarh, Tawandi Lal Singh, Teja Kalan, Teja Khurd, Thanewal, Thatha, Thindh, Thirriyewal, Udhanwal, Udhowal, Udhowali, Ugrewala, Umarwala, Veela Teja, Vero Nangal, Wadala Granthian, Warsal Chak, Waryah, Wila Bajju, Winjwan, Withwan, Zahadpur,

Jat Gotras

History

Ram Swarup Joon[1] writes that People belonging to the Bal gotra claim to be descendants of Suryavanshi Raja Bali. But according to Bhagvat Dutt they belong to the Anu dynasty. According to the Mahabharat (Chapter - Adi Parva) King Bali is called the grandson on the maternal side of Raja Daksha. According to "Deva Samhita," some Jats are the descendants of the daughter of Raja Daksha. Many historians regard Bali as the descendant of Yayati. Bhagwat Dutt has proved that the Baluchis (of Baluchistan) are the descendant of Anu. In Haryana several villages are found belonging to this gotra. The Sikh Jats belonging to this gotra are found in several big villages like Sathila, Batala in Amritsar. This gotra traces its origin from Ghazni (now in Afghanistan).

The death of Gurditta and succession of Hamir Singh

Lepel H. Griffin writes:[2] Gurditta died in 1754, and was succeeded by his grandson Hamir Singh, his only son Suratya having died two years earlier, leaving two sons, Hamir Singh and Kapur Singh. Kapur Singh married Raj Kour, the daughter of Sujan Singh Mansahia, but died without issue, and his brother, in accordance with the Sikh custom of Karewa or chaddardalna, married the widow and succeeded to his brother's estate of Kapurgarh and Sangrur, which he had increased by the addition of the villages of Pakho and Badyala. This lady was the only one of Hamir Singh's wives who bore him a son, Jaswant Singh, born in the year 1775. The Chief married, besides, a daughter of Natha Singh, Magharia ; Desu, the daughter of Sirdar Makhan Singh of Rori, who gave birth to two daughters, Subha Kour and Sada Kour, the former of whom was married to Sirdar Sahib Singh,* the powerful Bhangi Chief, and the latter to Sirdar Jai Singh of Batala. His fourth wife Raj


* Translation of replies of the Nabha Ahlkars in the Mowran case 18th May 1844, and the Bhangi History, it is curious that both the Nabha and Bhadour family histories make Subha Kour the wife of Sardar Gujar Singh Bhangi, which is quite erroneous.


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Kour, the daughter of Sirdar Dhan Singh of Nirhana, had no children. Hamir Singh was a brave and energetic Chief and added very largely to his possession.

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