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Beerda (बीरडा) [1] Birda (बीरड़ा)[2] Virda (वीरडा) Verda (वेरडा)[3] Birru (बीरड़ू)[4] Veer (वीर) Beer (बीर) Gotra Jats are found in Rajasthan and Haryana.

Origin

  • The Birbhum district in West Bengal bears the name of Bir kings, who ruled in the area.[5][6] But no direct information to connect them with this gotra is forthcoming so nothing can be said further on the issue with certainty.

History

Ram Sarup Joon[7] writes that...about 70 Jat Gotras joined the Gujar force and started calling themselves Gujars. Birru is one of them.


Sunari Nagaur village was founded by the Birda clan of the Jat community in the 13th century. Four brothers from nearby Benatha village (tah:Sujangarh) insulted the son of Thakur who misbehaved with the sister of the Birda boys and cut off the water required for their cattle. The Birda family left Bainatha village in search of a new home.

When they came to the Marwar region, they saw a Soun Chidi, a Long-tailed Shrike in a Khejri tree on left side of the path. Tradition held that on seeing a shrike, on the left, the journey should stop. So, they made camp there for the night. At dawn, one of the brothers saw a sheep in the Ker struggling to protect her new born lamb from a pack of three jackals. The family was so moved by the struggle of the sheep that they decided to make that place their new settlement. Initially, the settlement was called Sugnawali after the Soun Chidi. Gradually, Sugnawali became Sunari.

Villages founded by Birda clan

Distribution in Rajasthan

Villages in Sikar district

Biramsar, Jethwan Ka Bas (5), Rinau, Narsara, Mandela, Narodara

Villages in Churu district

Badabar (30), Chadwas (चाड़वास), Lodsar, Rajiasar, Ratangarh, Sujangarh (22),

Villages in Nagaur district

Kasumbi, Mandookara, Radu, Sunari, Phirwasi (20),

Villages in Pali district

Lalki,

Villages in Jodhpur district

Bhagasani, Kalauna,

Villages in Hanumangarh district

Dholipal, Ratanpura

Villages in Barmer district

Beerron Ka Tala, Birdon Ka Tala (Chohtan tahsil),

Distribution in Haryana

Villages in Hisar district

Shamsukh (श्यामसुख)

Villages in Sirsa district

Chadiwal, Madho Singhana,

Notable persons

  • Bhuwanesh Kumar Birda - Assistant Commandant (Central Reserve Police Force), presently posted at New Delhi, Vill.- Rinau, Teh.- Fatehpur, Distt.- Sikar, (Rajasthan). Contact no. 8457041972, Email- bhuwaneshkr79@gmail.com
  • Gopal Ram Birda - RAS, Rajasthan.
  • Jessa Ram Birda - AGM (Retd.) RS Ind.Corp., VPO. - Badabar, Teh.- Sujangarh, Distt.- Churu. Present Address : 50, Uma path, Ramnagar, Sodala, Jaipur, Rajasthan, Resident Phone Number : 0141-2296444, Mobile Number : 9414775110.
  • Khanga Ram Birda -
  • Duda Ram Veer - Retd. Lecturer, Badabar.
  • Bhanwar Lal Veer - Govt.Teacher.
  • Ramniwas Veer - ACTO, at Ajmer.
  • Santosh Veer - Govt. Teacher.
  • Khemchand Veer - Govt.Teacher.
  • Satyendra Pal Veer - Indian Navy.
  • Rajkumar Veer - Software engineer, Banglore.
  • Ramchandra Veer - Indian Air Force.
  • Sitaram Veer - Engineer, USA.
  • Ramniwas Veer - AEN staying at Jaipur.
  • Bhaguram Veer - Indian Air force.
  • Pawan Kumar Veer - Indian Army, mobile no. 9610109256.
  • Capt. Shrichand Birda (Retd.)- 7th Raj. Rif., Vill-Rinau, Tehsil-Fatehpur, dist-Sikar, Rajasthan.
  • Moda Ram Birda (Subedar) - Shahid.
  • ठाकुर सिंह बीरड़ा, सुनारी - मारवाड़ जाट कृषक सुधार सभा की प्रबंधकारिणी और कार्यकारिणी में रहकर आप ने जाट जाति की सेवा करके अपने को कृतार्थ किया है। [10]

References

  1. O.S.Tugania:Jat Samuday ke Pramukh Adhar Bindu, p.52, s.n. 1794
  2. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, s.n. ब-108
  3. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I,s.n. व-34.
  4. Ram Sarup Joon: History of the Jats/Chapter VI,p.116
  5. O'Malley, L.S.S., "Bengal District Gazeteers - Birbhum", 1996 reprint, pp. 1-9, Govt. of West Bengal
  6. Maiti, Prakash Chandra, Birbhum in the Backdrop of Pre-history, Paschim Banga, Birbhum Special Issue, pp. 15–28
  7. Ram Sarup Joon: History of the Jats/Chapter VI,p.116
  8. O'Malley, L.S.S., "Bengal District Gazeteers - Birbhum", 1996 reprint, pp. 1-9, Govt. of West Bengal
  9. Maiti, Prakash Chandra, Birbhum in the Backdrop of Pre-history, Paschim Banga, Birbhum Special Issue, pp. 15–28
  10. Thakur Deshraj: Jat Jan Sewak, 1949, p.209

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