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Nalla (नल्ला) Nāla (नाला) is a Jat Gotra found in Punjab and Rajasthan.


Jat Gotras Namesake

  • Nalla (Jat clan) = Nonalla (नोन्नला) mentioned in V.12 of (p.408) of Amoda Plates Of Prithvideva I (Kalachuri) Year 831 (=1079 AD).[1] ....(V. 12) (His wife) named Nônnala (नोन्नला) was dear to him as valour is to a brave person. She was the daughter of Vajuvarman, the lord of the Kômô-mandala (कोमो-मण्डल) .


Amoda Plates Of Prithvideva I (Kalachuri) Year 831 (=1079 AD) mention ....The plates were granted by Prithvïdêva (I) of the Kalachuri Dynasty of Ratanpur. Kokkala, the founder of the family of the Chedi kings had eighteen sons of whom the eldest became the lord of Tripuri. He made his brothers the lords of mandalas by his side. In the family of a younger brother of these was born Kalingarâja. His son was Kamalarâja, who vanquished the king of Utkala and gave his fortune to his lord [p.405]: Gângëyadëva. His son was Ratnârâja, who married Nônnalâ/Nonalla, the daughter of Vaju-varman, the lord of the Kômô-Mandala. Their son was Prithvîdëva (I), the donor of the present grant.[3]

Nalatola village

Distribution in Punjab

Villages in Patiala district

Nalla population is 2,100 in Patiala district. [4]

Distribution in Rajasthan

Villages in Nagaur district

Nāla (नाला) is a Jat Gotra found in villages:

Dodiana (tah:Degana),

Notable Persons

See also

Naliasar (नलियासर): an ancient archeological site in Phulera tahsil of Jaipur district in Rajasthan.

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