Khangura

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Khangura (खंगूरा) is a gotra of Jats from the Punjab region, Bihar in mostly India.

Distribution in Uttar Pradesh

Villages in Saharanpur district

Paniyali Kasimpur,

Distribution in Punjab

They are mostly found in the Ludhiana and Kapurthala districts of Punjab, and have accordingly 15-25 villages. They have traditionally, like many Jatts, been farmers. The Khangura clan is almost all adherents of Sikhism. Many Sikhs have originated from villages in Punjab (e.g. Bhadla (near Khanna), Aitiana, Latala, Malikpur).

There are 8 village near Adampur, Pandori Khangurain, Ram Nagar Dhaha, Badowal, Mandialan, Todo Majara, Begampur Jandiala, Talwandi Arayian, Jandi of jatts mostly this surname

Villages in Kapurthala

There also is a village named Khangura, in Punjab,pronounced Phagorey. The village is situated very near to Phagwara bypass and National highway 1 (GT Road). The village is approximately 5 km away from Phagwara to Jalandhar side.

Khangura named Village is in Phagwara Tahsil of Kapurthala district in Punjab.

Distribution in Bihar

Khangura (खंगूरा) gotra Jats are found in Bihar. 8 अगस्त 2009 को मेरठ में आयोजित जाट महा सम्मलेन में बिहार से कुछ जाट आये हुए थे जिनमें वहां की जाट महा सभा के प्रधान चौधरी शिवनाथ सिंह खंगूरा (मोब: 09934036873 ) तथा महा सचिव चौधरी उत्तम कुमार सिंह बालियान (मोब: 09973013964) प्रमुख थे.[1]

Notable persons

References

  1. हवा सिंह सांगवान:असली लुटरे कौन, 2009, पृ. 84-85

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