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Dhanda

(Dhanda, Malhan, Mahla, Mahil, Mohil, Malyan, Mawlia, Mawaliya.)

Location : Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan.

Country : India

Languages : Rajasthani, Punjabi, Haryanvi.

Religion : Hinduism,

Dhanda (ढांडा)[1][2] [3] Malhan, Mahla, Mohil, Mahil, Mawlia [4][5] Gotra Jats are found in Punjab, Haryana, Maharashtra and Rajasthan. [6] It is one Of Hindu And Sikh Jat Gotras. [7]. Malhan are also found in dera ghazi khan and Ghotki district of Pakistan.They were supporter of Tomar Confederacy.

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History

Dhanda, Malhan, Mawlia, Mahla, Mohil Jats are one of the ancient jats. They exists from Mahabharata period and they belongs to chandervanshi branch.Another fact is that Dhanda, Malhan, Mawaliya, Mahla,Mohil all are same gotra .Regarding this a panchayat was held 70 years ago in which most of villages in haryana agreed to use Dhanda .From the ancient times Dhanda (ढांडा) last name is used by them.Dhanda gotra real ancestral place was central Asia presently Iran from where they migrated to Punjab.They stayed in Punjab till Alexander's invasion.After strong wars against Alexander's army these people made Rajasthan as their permanent home and their they established their ruling area which was known as Mahilwati (माहिलवाटी). As their area name linked with mahil so some of them started using Mahil,Mahla,Mohil as their last name. Due to migrations to other places Pronunciation keeps on changing related with Mahil.But Dhanda remains the same. From Mahilwati they migrated towards Jaipur after that most of these people entered in haryana and Punjab by crossing through sikar,churu and their they established many big villages. They were supporters ofTomar Confederacy. Bhim Singh Dahiya mentions that a couple of Jat tribes are also mentioned in Kasika. While mentioning the six members constituting the Trigarta confederacy, the Kasika identifies two tribes as Kaundoparatha and Dandaki. Their modern descendants are still called by these names and they are the Kundu and Dhanda Jats in India.[8]

There is an ancient tribe mentioned in Shalya Parva, Mahabharata/Book IX Chapter 44 as Dandavahu. [9]

Garcha, Sirhe, Nain, Chandarh, Dhanda, Kandhole and Khosa Jatts are close kins who are thought to come from Turkistan (Scythian empire) in early history.

तारिम (सीता) नदी के तट पर

कुन्दा-कुण्डू - इस वंश का राज्य तारिम (सीता) नदी के तट पर था। इनके नाम पर पामीर पठार पर कुण्डू नगर है। इनके निकट डांढा (ढांडा) जाट भी थे।[10]

ढांडा गोत्र की महत्वपूर्ण जानकारी

Dhanda (ढांडा) गोत्र को ही कुछ क्षेत्रों में विभिन्न नामों से जाना जाता है जैसे:- झज्जर, सिरसा, दिल्ली तथा पश्चिम उत्तर प्रदेश में (मल्हान, मालन, माल्याण)

फतेहाबाद में (मावलिया या मोलिया)

सीकर, चूरु ,हनुमानगढ में (महला) ।

एक अन्य तथ्य यह भी है कि ऊपर दिए गए सभी गोत्र का निकास Dhanda(ढांडा) गोत्र ही है । Dhanda(ढांडा) गोत्र के शाखा गोत्र: (मल्हान)/(माल्याण)/(मालन) (मावलिया)/(मोलिया) (नरेश), (मोहिल), (महला), (महलावत),

Distribution in Punjab

Villages in Gurdaspur district

Dhanda named Villages are is in Batala tahsil in Gurdaspur district in Punjab.

Villages in Jalandhar district

Villages in Ludhiana district

Ruplon

villages in Firozpur district

Dighawali,Paniwala Mahla,Maujgarh,

Villages in Fathegarh sahib district

Mahla Heri,

Villages in Moga district

Mahla Kalan,Mahla Khurd,Ramu Wala

Villages in Nawashahar district

Mahalon,Mahli,Mahliana,

Villages in Patiala district

Malhan village is in Dera bassi tahsil.

Villages in Rupnagar district

Mahlan,

Villages in Sangrur district

Mahala,Mahali villages in Maler kotla tahsil, Mehlan village on sangrur dirba highway

Distribution in Haryana

Villages in Karnal district

Phurlak,

Villages in Bhiwani district

Kungar, Baganwala, Mandholi Khurd, Premnagar (600), Mandhan Tosham, Dwarka Bhiwani, Ghasola, Dhani Mahu, Garanpura, Devrala, Mansarwas, Thilor, Dhani phogat,

Villages in Charkhi Dadri district

loharwara,Santor,Bilawal,Morwala

Villages in Kurukshetra district

Barna, Barwa, Bhainsi Majra (50), Kharindwa (400), Machhrauli, Sarsa,

Villages in Jind district

Badanpur, Brah Kalan, Dhanauri (3500), Dhanda Kheri (500), Gatauli (800), Jay Jaywanti, Sangatpura (600), Sunderpur (100), Kharak Ramji (500), Buwana,

धनौरी में ढांडा गोत्र के 3500 परिवार हैं। गतौली में ढांडा गोत्र के 800 परिवार है। संगतपुरा में ढांडा गोत्र के 600 परिवार है। खरक में ढांडा गोत्र के 500 परिवार है।

Villages in Panipat district

Kawi (800), Gawalra (700), Garawadaa, Pahladpur Khalila (100),

Villages in Yamunanagar district

Bhagwangarh (150), Bhago Majra, Kandroli (250), Sudhail, Sudhul,

Villages in Kaithal district

Khedi Sandal (600), Kithana (2500), Kultaran,Kakot

किठाणा में ढांडा गोत्र के 2500 परिवार है। किठाणा से ही बसे खेड़ी संदल में ढांडा गोत्र के 600 परिवार आबाद है।

Villages in Hisar district

Budana (750), Hasangarh, Hisar, Litani, Mirchpur (3000), Muklan, Neoli Kalan (1200), Parbhuwala, Sandlana (40), Mirzapur Hisar, Kanwari (25), devsar (250), shamsukh, Sheikhpura, Rakhi Khas, Moth, Saharwa, Telanwali Hisar, Siwani Bolan, Jagan, Dhansu, Dabra,

हिसार में ढांडा गोत्र के सभी गांव मिर्चपुर से बसे हुए है। मिर्चपुर में ढांडा गोत्र के 3000 परिवार है। न्योली कलां में 1200 परिवार ढांडा गोत्र के है।

Villages in Fatehabad district

Sekhupur Daroli, Jandli, Dhani Dulat,

Villages in Jhajjar District

Subana (500), Babepur, Gudha, Sasrauli,

Villages in Palwal District

Bhiduki, Dakora, Likhi,

Villages in Sirsa district

Odhan (800), Chautala, Jasania, Lakhuana, Nezia Khera,

Villages in Gurgaon district

Dadawas,

Villages in Sonipat district

Mahlana,

Villages in Delhi

Kishangarh,

Distribution in Rajasthan

Villages in Sikar district

Abhawas, Alafsar, Badalwas, Badhadar, Banthod, Bhainrupura, Bhauji ki Dhani, Bidoli, Bhilunda, Chhota Pana Ki Dhani, Chandpura, Dadia, Dedi Dhani, Deewan Ji Ka Bas, Dhani Berawali, Dinarpura Sikar, Disnau, Dujod, Hamirpura, Jajod, Jankipura Sikar, Jogiyon Ka Bas, Kanwarpura, Karnipura, Khud, Kochhor, Ladpur Nangal, Srimadhopur, Karanpura, Kerpura, Khinwasar, Khudi Bari, Palsana, Pura ki Dhani, Rasoolpur, Sukhpura, Theekaria, Sadinpura, Shivsinghpura, Srimadhopur, Swarupnagar, Swarupsar, Tidwa, Udansar, Ringus,

Villages in Jhunjhunu district

Ajari Kalan, Angasar, Ardawata, Badalwas, Bajawa, Bhadunda Khurd, Bhapar, Bhatiwar, Bhorki, Bhurasar ka Bas, Bugala, Chirasan, Godoo Ka Bas, Hansasari, Jalimpura, Kari, khajpur Naya, Kodesar, Lalpur, Loyal, Mahla Ki Dhani, Gudha Gorji, Nar Singhani, Posana, Seethal, Seja Ki Dhani, Shobha Ka Bas , Shri Amarpura, Sonasar, Tamkor, Warispura Bara,

villages in Churu district

Balrasar, Barjangsar, Bidasar, Chhapar, Dokwa, Dudhwa Khara, Hansasar, Kadia, Manpura Rajgarh, Mehla Ka Bas, Ojhriya, Raghunathpura, Raiya Tunda, Satyun, Sujangarh, Bas Dhakan,

Villages in Alwar district

Behror,Jat Behror,Kherli Pichnot,Tikla,

Villages in Jaipur district

Dhanota Jaipur, Dhani Nagan, Laxmipura Chaksu, Maheshwas, Pindloi, Sali Jaipur (), Saypura, Sinwar Jaipur, Ladana, Renwal,

Villages in Hanumangarh district

Bhagwansar, Chaiya, Chhani Badi, Goluwala Niwadan, Mehriya, Nukera, Pakka Sarna, Phephana, Ramgarh Ujjalwas, Ramgarh, Ratanpura, Rorawali, Sangariya,

Villages in Tonk district

Janakipura, Keria, Lamba Harisingh, Rajwas, Rampura,

Villages in Nagaur district

Kakot, Kushalpura, Payali, Haripura,

Villages in Ajmer district

Sursura,

Villages in Uttar Pardesh

Villages in Agra district

Digrauta,

Villages in Aligarh district

Bhojpur, Jattari, Jikarpur, Khair, Mathna, Takkipur,

Villages in Bulandshahr district

Mukimpur Chitta,

Villages in Meerut district

Barla, Dabthla, Rasulpur,

Villages in Mathura district

Chhata,

Distribution in Pakistan

Malhan /Mahil mulla jats are found in Dera Ghazi Khan , Okara,Ghotki, Khanewal, Sahiwal, Hafizabad, Bhawalpur dist . in Pakistan.They were living in areas of Hisar dist before Partition.

Notable persons

  • Choudhary Ved Pal Dhanda Former Deputy Speaker HARYANA
  • Hon. Cap (Risaldar) Jai Lal Malhan : Victoria cross award
  • Kamlesh Dhanda: Politician
  • Yan Dhanda:English footballer
  • Parmjit Dhanda: english Politician
  • Amarjeet Dhanda:MLA from Julana
  • Kuldeep Dhanda :Indian boxer
  • Sunita Malhan : Rani Laxmi Bai award winner.
  • Rajendra Singh Malhan : ADM, Agra.
  • Dr. Anar Singh Malhan : Rajasthan state chairman of national human rights organization.
  • Prem Chandra Dhanda : Padma Bhushan - 1962, Punjab, Medicine. [11]
  • Nar Singh Dhanda - Ex Minister from Khedi Sandal (खेड़ी संदल) village in Kaithal of Haryana.
  • Justice Pritam Pal - retired judge of the Punjab and Haryana High Court and presently Lokayukta of Haryana.
  • Sant Tarachand - (1925-1997) (संत ताराचंद), Gotra Dhanda from village Dinod District Bhiwani, Haryana.
  • Sukhda Pritam - Judicial Magistrate First Class. Daughter of Justice Pritam Pal
  • Pooja Dhanda - Silver medalist in Commanwealth.
  • Sant Ram - Retired deputy collector.
  • Mahipal Dhanda - MLA from Panipat Rural constituency, Haryana.
  • Ajai Pal Pritam - Advocate Supreme Court of India, son of Justice Pritam Pal.
  • Aman Pal - Advocate Punjab and Haryana High Court, son of Justice Pritam Pal.
  • Smt. Premlata Singh - MLA from Uchana Kalan
  • Late Colonel Amar Singh Dhanda - Was an army officer from Kawi village, tah: Madlauda, dist: Panipat, Haryana.
  • comrade Trilok Singh - Communist MLA sikar district Rajesthan.
  • Ramswarup Singh Mahla - From Alwar is a social worker.
  • Surinder Singh Barwala - Politician in Haryana.
  • Kuldeep Singh Dhanda - Khap President.
  • Kunwar Singh Mahla - From Sawarupsar, Sikar.
  • Khadag Singh Mahla - Freedom fighter in shekhawati farmers movement.
  • Dool Singh Mahla - Proffesor in Pilani college.
  • Baksha Ram Mawaliya - Founder of Jat Bazar, Sikar.
  • Squadron Leader L Malhan (Jhajjar) - Indian Air force

External Links

Mahla, Malhan, Mawlia,

References

  1. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, s.n. ध-22
  2. History and study of the Jats/Chapter 10
  3. B S Dahiya:Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study), p.238, s.n.60
  4. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, s.n. ध-13
  5. O.S.Tugania:Jat Samuday ke Pramukh Adhar Bindu,p.45,s.n. 1291
  6. Ashok Dingar & A.B. Sumrao, “Maharashtra mein Jaton ki Biradari” – Jat Veer Smarika 1987-88, Jat Samaj Kalyan Parishad Gwalior. pp. 65,66,67
  7. Jat History Thakur Deshraj/Chapter VIII,s.n. 150,p-585
  8. Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study), p.73
  9. शवेतवक्त्रः सुवक्त्रश च चारु वक्त्रश च पाण्डुरःदण्डबाहुः सुबाहुश च रजः कॊकिलकस तदा ।Mahabharata (9.44.68)
  10. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Chapter IV,p.352
  11. Ministry Of Home Affairs (Public Section), Padma Awards Directory (1954-2013), Year-Wise List

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