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Budia (बुड़िया)[1] Buria (बुड़िया)[2] Buriya (बुडिया) Budiya (बुडिया) gotra Jats live in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.

Origin

This gotra is said to be started from their ancestral kingdom named Budia. It is said to have been founded by Birbal, one of the Ministers of Akbar. [3]Thakur Deshraj has identified the clan Budia with Ordabae as mentioned by Megasthenes in his Indica.[4]

History

Megasthenes has described about this clan in Indica as Ordabae. He writes, Then next to these towards the Indus come, in an order which is easy to follow The Amatae (Antal), Bolingae (Balyan), Gallitalutae (Gahlot), Dimuri (Dahiya), Megari (Maukhari), Ordabae (Buria), Mese (Matsya). (See -Jat_clans_as_described_by_Megasthenes)

Villages founded by Budia clan

Distribution in Rajasthan

Villages in Pali district

Bera Buriyon Ki Dhimdi (Sojat),

Villages in Barmer district

Budiyon Ka Tala,

Villages in Nagaur district

Chhapri Khurd, Deh, Ewad, Katyasani,

Villages in Bikaner district

Barsingsar, Bhinasar, Ramnagar,

Villages in Churu district

Ranwan Ki Dhani (15), Sujangarh (6),

Distribution in Haryana

Villages in Yamunanagar district

Buria Jagadhri,

Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

Villages in Mandsaur district

Bugalia (Gujarda),

Villages in Nimach district

Amlikheda (4), Khadawda (1),

Notable person from this gotra

  • Jiwan Singh of Buria - From Yamunanagar district was in the List of Punjab Chiefs.
  • श्री चन्दूराम बूड़िया पुत्र श्री घेरूराम मु.पो. रामनगर वाया Lunkaransar|लूनकरनसर]] जिला बीकानेर[5]

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