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Bhardwaj (भारद्वाज)[1][2] is gotra of Jats found in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

Origin

This gotra is said to be started from Bharadwaja rishi. [3]

Mention by Panini

Bharadvaja (भारद्वाज) is mentioned by Panini in Ashtadhyayi. [4]


Bharadvajiya (भारद्वाजीय) is mentioned by Panini in Ashtadhyayi. [5]

Association with present Jat gotras

Ram Sarup Joon[6] writes that ... Bhardwaj, Kaushik, Mudgil and Kirayan Brahmins are descendants of Yayati. Jat Kings who took to penance and became Rishis.


Ram Sarup Joon[7] writes ... Many names in the Genealogical tables of Yayati are associated with present Jat gotras. Some examples are Ushinar, Shishu Bhadra, Tak or Takshak, Satoti, Krishan or Kushana from the Yadhu branch; Dushyanta, Bharat, Bhardwaja, Hasti, Ajmirh, Kaushik, Gadh and Vishwamitra of Puru branch; Seth, Arh, Gandhi, Gaindhu and Gandhar of the Ardas branch.


Ram Sarup Joon[8] writes that ...A number of Jat gotras are found amongst the Brahmins. Badgil is one of them. Kaushik, Badgil, Bhardwaji, Kirayan Brahmin Gotras originated from Bhatti Jats.

History

V. S. Agrawala[9] writes that Ashtadhyayi of Panini mentions janapada Bhārdvāja (भारद्वाज) - Bhārdvājas were people living in Garhwal. Panini mentions Atreyas as division of Bhārdvāja.


The Harsha Charita of Bana/Chapter II mentions The Visit of Bana to the King Harshavardhana....The doorkeeper, having come up and saluted him, addressed him respectfully in a gentle voice, "Approach and enter, his highness is willing to see you." Then Bana entered, as he directed, saying, "I am indeed happy that he thinks me worthy of this honour." He next beheld a stable filled with the king's favourite horses from Vanayu, Aratta, Kamboja, Bharadvaja, Sindh, and Persia....


James Todd writes: [10] : From the twenty-fourth prince in lineal descent from Yayati, by name Bharadwaja, originated a celebrated sect, who still bear his name, and are the spiritual teachers of several tribes.

Bhisma Parva, Mahabharata/Book VI Chapter 10 mentions the province of Bhardwaj along with Atris and Kalingas in shloka 67 as under:

आत्रेयाःभरद्वाजास तदैव सतनयॊषिकाः
औपकाश च कलिङ्गाश च किरातानां च जातयः ।।67।।
Bharata found that his sons were not like unto himself. So this direct line of Puru came to an end. What followed is a little mysterious. Bharata adopted Bharadvaja as his son. Bharadvaja was begotten by Brihaspati ( Jupiter) on the wife of his brother Utathya named Mamata (Egoism). [11]

Genealogy of king Nara of Bharadvaja Gotra

Genealogy of Nara, King of Darvabhisara

Rajatarangini[12] tells us that Formerly at Darvvabhisara there lived a king named Nara of the Gotra of Bharadvaja, who had a son named Naravahana, and Naravahana had a son named Phulla. Phulla had a son named Sarthavahana, his son was Chandana, and Chandana had two sons, Gopala and Sinharaja, Sinharaja had several children, his daughter Didda was married to Kshemagupta. Didda made Sanggramaraja (son of her brother Udayaraja) king. She had another brother, Kantiraja, and he had a son named Jassaraja, Sanggramaraja had a son named Ananta, while of Jassaraja were born Tanvangga and Gungga. Ananta's son was Kalasharaja, and of Gungga was born Malla. Kalasha's son is king Harshadeva, and we are Malla's sons

भारद्वाज (भदौतिया) जनपद

महाभारतकाल में भारतवर्ष के जनपदों में भारद्वाज जाट जनपद भी था। [13] भदावर के प्रदेश का शासक जाट क्षत्रिय समुदाय भादू, भदौरिया, भदौतिया नाम से प्रसिध हुआ। यह लोग सपेऊ, सादावाद के मध्य 8 बड़े खेड़ों और जिला मथुरा के बहुत से गांवों में बसे हुए हैं। खौण्डा गांव के ठा० तोताराम ने तोसागढ़ी बसाई जो ठाकुर लालसिंह के पुत्र ठाकुर छत्तरसिंह के द्वारा भव्यभवन और कच्ची गढ़ी बनवाने पर छत्तरगढ़ी के नाम से प्रसिद्ध हुई। भादू नाम से प्रसिद्ध जाटों के बीकानेर राज्य में बहुत से गांव हैं (जाटों का उत्कर्ष पृ० 366, ले० योगेन्द्रपाल शास्त्री)।।[14]

Distribution

Distribution in Uttar Pradesh

Villages in Bulandshahar district

Murli Nagla ( Post:-Shikarpur), Khalor, Shiv Nangla

Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

Villages in Nimach district

Nimach,

Villages in Gwalior district

Morar,

Notable persons

  • Dr. Hirdesh Kumar Bhardwaj - S/O Atar Singh DOB: 17-Aug-64, Govt. Service CMO & I/C Casualty Dept. Acharaya Shri Bhikshu Govt. Hospital (ABGH), Moti Nagar Delhi Govt. New Delhi, F-1/3A, Mohan Garden, Uttam Nagar, New Delhi-110059 Vill.- Murli Nagla, Post:-Shikarpur, Dist.- Bulandshahar (U.P.) Mob: 9810271235, 9711187092 (PP-343)
  • Mr Vinay Bhardwaj - Govt. Service, Lecturer Delhi University, Aurobindo College, J-401, Anupam Appts, East Arjun Nagar, Near Karkardooma Court, New Delhi, Ph:011-22047237 (PP-546)
  • Ch. Arun Bhardwaj s/o Chaudhary Jagpal Singh Bhardwaj s/o ch. Nawab Singh Bhardwaj, head-hr,ir & Admin,Honda Group. From Village Khalore (Bulandshahr)
  • Mr.Kishan Pal s/o Sh.Bain Singh, Deputy Commandant, Border Security Force, posted at SRO, Saket, Delhi. Residence: Rani Bagh, Delhi. Village: Shiv Nangla, Ancestral Village: Khalor, Dist: Bulandshahr, UP.
  • Adesh Kumar s/o Sh.Kunwar Pal Singh, Owner: SPORTSOUL (sports brand) & Delhi Lions Rugby Club. Former Head Coach- Delhi Defenders. Residence: Rani Bagh, Delhi. Village: Shiv Nangla, Ancestral Village: Khalor, Dist: Bulandshahr, UP.

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