Bhagaur

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Bhagaur

(Bhagod, Bhagor, Bhagauriya, Bhagorcha, Bagod, Bagor)

Location  : Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh

Country  : India

Languages : Rajasthani, Hindi

Religion  : Hinduism

Kunwar Natwar Singh

Bhagaur(भगौर)[1][2] Bhagod (भगोड)[3] Bhagor (भगोड),Bhagor (भगोर) Bhagauriya (भगोरिया) Bhagorcha (भगोरचा) Bagod (बगोड़) Bagor (बागोड़)/(बगोड़)[4] [5][6] is Gotra of Jats found in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

Origin

One ruler named Bhage (भागे) was born in the eleventh generation of Kalihana (कलिहान), who is believed to give the name Bhagor to this clan. As per Bard of Karauli state the people of Vagarain (वागरैन) were known as Bhagor.[7]

Mention by Panini

Bhaguri (भागुरि), an exponent of Lokayata school, is mentioned by Panini in Ashtadhyayi. [8]

Bhagaur Khap

भगोड ,बगोड़ और भगोर एक ही गोत्र है अलवर भगोर गोत्र की उत्पति का जिला है अलवर में इसको भगोड बोलते है भरतपुर और आगरा में बृज भाषा के प्रभाव के कारन ड को र बोलने से यह भगोर हो जाता है औरगज़ेब के समय अलवर के कुछ भागोर परिवर के आगरा और भरतपुर जिले से जाकर बसे है

Bhagaur Khap has 15 villages in Mathura and Agra district in UP . Its Chaudharahat village is Itaura (इटौरा) . Its main villages are: Khalaua (खळौआ), Katra (कटरा) , Malpura Agra (मलपुरा) , Rithaura (रिठौरा) , Samra Daudpur (Bharatpur) (सामरा दाउदपुर) . [9]

फौजदार उपाधि

फौजदार - यह उपाधि मुगल शासनकाल में उन शाही उच्च अधिकारियों को दी जाती थी जो कई परगनों या प्रान्त की शासन व्यवस्था करते थे। जाटों को यह उपाधि भरतपुर नरेश महाराजा सूरजमल ने देनी आरम्भ की थी। प्राचीन राजवंशज जाट जो महाराजा की सेना में बड़ी संख्या में भरती थे, उनको महाराजा सूरजमल ने यह फौजदार की उपाधि प्रदान की थी। भरतपुर के सभी सिनसिनवार गोत्र के जाट, अलीगढ, मथुरा के खूंटेल (कुन्तल), डागुर, चाहर, गंड और भगौर गोत्रों के जाट फौजदार कहलाते हैं।[10]

Distribution in Uttar Pradesh

Villages in Agra District

Bamrauli Ahir, Jarua Katra, Khalaua, Kheria More,


Jarua Katra village in Agra district is their major village.

Bhagaur Khap has 13 villages in Agra district.There is a village named Khalaua, Founded by Ganpat Bhagaur [11]

Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal,

Villages in Ratlam district

Villages in Ratlam district with population of this gotra are:

Kalkheda 2, Ratlam 1,

Villages in Gwalior district

Gwalior,

Distribution in Rajasthan

Bhagor (भगोर) is gotra of Jats found in Distt Bharatpur, Barmer, and Doongarpur in Rajasthan.

Bhagaur Khap has 25 villages in Bharatpur district. [12]

Villages in Chittorgarh district

Jamlawda (2),

Villages in Tonk district

Kareda Bujurg Aranya Kankad (13), Bambori (1), Chausala (2), Movani (6), Aranya Kankad (4), Dahlod (9),

Villages in Bharatpur district

Jaghina (जघीना), Khatauti (खतौली), Piprau,

Villages in Alwar district

Bamanpura, Bamboli, Basedi, Bhajeet, Bhandodi, Dhakpuri, Jatwara Alwar, Lalpuri, Uchhar,

Villages in Karauli distrcit

Vijaypura,

Bagore village

  • Bhilwara's history can be back to prehistoric period when neolithic culture was flourishing at Bagore village. A pillar said to be of first century BC at Nandsa village is evidence of Vedic rituals and culture.

Notable persons

  • Dr Komal Singh (Bhagaur) (b. - d.26.9.2016) - Indian Administrative Service, Madhya Pradesh, Originally from Village Malpura district Agra, Uttar Pradesh.
  • Shantnu Kumar - Indian Police Service (IPS, Retd.), Ex. DG Police Rajasthan.
  • Adarsh Choudhary (Bhagaur) - Dy. SP RPS , Date of Birth : 9-September-1975, Address : 412, Mahaveer Nagar ,Tonk Road, Jaipur, Mob: 9414718749,
  • Dr. Harbir Singh Bhagor - ECM, Member, Govt. Service Director (Horticulture), Archeology Survey of India, Dir (Horticulture), Eastern Court, Taj Mahal, Agra (U.P.) Agra UP, Pushp Sadan, House No.-4, Sona Nagar, Kheria More, Agra-282001 Agra, UP, 0562-2330125, 0562-2400640, 9719719200, chasiagra@yahoo.com UP (PP-20)

References


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