We find in the history of Maharaja Shalendra, a Jat King in early fifth century in Punjab, whose son was King named Dogala. After the fall of Kushan empire in India Jats had many small republics. There was no prominent Jat king for about two centuries after Kushans. But Maharaja Shalendra in fifth century again established a kingdom, which extended from Punjab to Malwa and Rajasthan. James Tod found an inscription in 1820 AD at village ‘Kanwas’ in Kota state. Tod in ‘Tod Rajasthan’ has described it and salient features of this inscription. 
The chronology of the ruler Maharaja Shalendra is as under:
- वङ्गाः कलिङ्ग पतयस ताम्रलिप्ताः सपुण्ड्रकाः
- दुकूलं कौशिकं चैव पत्रॊर्णं परावरान अपि Mahabharata:(2.48.17)
Bhisma Parva, Mahabharata/Book VI Chapter 10 Describes geography and provinces of Bharatavarsha. We find mention about the province of Dugula (दुगूला) clan along with Shakas, Nairas, Matshyas, Kundus etc. as under:
Dugula (दुगूला) may be identified with Dagolya Jat Gotra.
Distribution in Rajasthan
Villages in Tonk district
Distribution in Madhya Pradesh
Villages in Mandsaur district
Villages in Nimach district
Villages in Ratlam district
Villages in Ratlam with population of this gotra are:
- Dr. Rajveer Singh Choudhary - Nursing Officer at Delhi and he is from Alimpura, Peeplu, Tonk.
Present address : NCR New Delhi.
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