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Devanda (देवंदा)[1] Devavanda (देववंदा)[2] [3] Dev (देव)/Deo (देव)[4] Devenda (देवंदा) is gotra of Jats found in Rajasthan[5] and Madhya Pradesh and in Pakistan.


Devanda (देवंदा) gotra gets name from place called Devadhara (देवदर) [6], a village in tahsil Jagadhri of Yamunanagar district in Haryana.

Jat Gotras Namesake

  • Dev (Jat clan) = Devagana (देवगण) (person who erected temple of Shiva at Samba). Ratanpur Stone Inscription of Prithvideva II (Vikrama) year 1207 (=1150 AD) mentions in verses 23-24......The temple of Shiva under the name of Bilvapani (बिल्वपाणि) was erected at Sâmbâ (सांंबा) by one Devagana (देवगण). [8]

Villages after Dev


H.A. Rose[9] writes that Deo is a tribe of Jats which is practically confined to the Sialkot district where they regard Sankatra as one of their ancestors and have a highly revered spot dedicated to him, in tho town of that name, in tahsil Zafarwal. They claim a very ancient origin, but not Rajput. Their ancestor is said to be Mahāj, who came from " the Saki jungle " in Hindustan. Of his five sons, Sohal, Kom, Dewal, Aulakh and Deo, the two latter gave their names to two Jat tribes, while the other branches dispersed over Gujranwala, and Jhang. But another story refers them to Raja Jagdeo, a Surajbansi . They have the same marriage ceremony as the Sahi, and also use the goat's blood in a similar manner in honour of their ancestors, and have several very peculiar customs. They will not intermarry with the Man Jats, with whom they have some ancestral connection. Also found in Amritsar.

The Deo have their jathera at a place close to some pool or tank where on certain occasions, such as a wedding, they congregate. The Brahman marks each man's forehead as he comes out of the pool with blood from the goat's ear : this is done to the bridegroom also. The bread at the feast is divided, 9 loaves to every bachelor and 18 to every married man. [10]

Distribution in Rajasthan

Devanda (देवंदा) is gotra of Jats found in Jaipur, Tonk, Sikar districts of Rajasthan.

Villages in Alwar district


Villages in Ajmer district

Bogla[11], Paner (30),

Locations in Jaipur city

Ambabari, Balanand ji ka Rasta, Murlipura Scheme, Thakur Pacheswar ka Rasta, Uniyaron ka Rasta,

Villages in Jaipur district

Badni (1), Balapura Ladana (1), Bhooratiya (1), Bookni, Chakwada Chauru (75), Cheethwari, Dabri Rampura, Datuli (2), Dhani Rajpura, Garota (20), Hirnoda, Itawa Tejya Ka Bas, Jatawala Sanganer (2), Kareda Khurd (5), Karwo Ka Bas, Khora Larkhani (2), Kodar (Sanganer), Lordi, Mandaliya (1), Mukundpura Dadawata (1), Nasnota, Pindloi (), Renwal (1), Reti, Sanganer, Sundariya,

Villages in Nagaur district


Villages in Sikar district

Ashpura, Beniyon Ka Bas, Khachariawas, Piploda Ka Bas, Tiwari Ki Dhani (10), Vijaypura Srimadhopur,

Villages in Tonk district

Aranya Bassi (5), Balapura Lawa (11), Bambor (2), Banedia Bujurg (1), Bas Jharana , Dheebroo, Farasya (10), Hanotia Naner (1), Jaula (4), Jhirana (2), Kalyanpura Bagdi (2), Khedooliya‎‎, Madhoganj (5), Motipura (1), Rajwas (4), Rohida,

Distribution in Uttar Pradesh

Villages in Bijnor district

Dayalpur Gyanpur

Villages in Badayun district


Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

Villages in Ratlam district

Villages in Ratlam district with population of this gotra are:

Dantodiya 1, Dheekwa 1, Ghatwas 1, Hanumanpalia 1, Jharsandala 1,

Distribution in Haryana

Villages in Faridabad district


Villages in Hisar district

Kharia Hisar,

Distribution in Punjab

Villages in Bathinda district

Sirie Wala,

Distribution in Pakistan

The Deo claim Suryavanshi ancestry. They are found through out central Punjab, and prior to partition, were also found in Amritsar and Jalandhar districts. They are closely connected to the Sohal and Deol clan.

According to 1911 census, this was the principal Muslim Jat clan with population in districts:

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