Nimach

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Neemuch or Nimach (नीमच) is town and district in western Madhya Pradesh state, central India, located on a barren ridge.

Historic Importance

Neemach stands for "North Eastern Military and Cavalry Headquarters." Formerly it was a large British cantonment of Gwalior princely state. The town in 1822 became the headquarters of the combined Rajputana–Malwa Political Agency and then of the Malwa Agency in 1895. It is a road junction and distribution centre for agricultural products in the area. Handloom weaving is the major industry here.

Tahsils in Nimach district

Villages in Nimach tahsil

Villages around Nimach

Admalya, Aghoriya, Akhepur, Akli, Akya, Amawalijagir, Amawalimahal, Amba, Amlikheda, Arnyaborana, Arnyachandel, Arnyachudawat, Arnyakumar, Arnyamangir, Aspura, Badoli, Baman Bardi, Bamanya, Bamora, Bamori, Banskheda, Banskhedi, Barkheda Hada, Barkheda Sondhiya, Barkhedagujar, Barukheda, Belari, Bhadaksanawda, Bhadbhadiya, Bhadwa, Bhagwanpura, Bhanwrasa, Bhatkheda, Bhimakhedi, Bhimpura, Bholyawas, Bhopatpura, Bisalwasbamanya, Bisalwaskalan, Bisalwaskhurd, Bisalwassongira, Bordiyakalan, Bordiyakhurd, Borkhedikalan, Borkhedikhurd, Borkhedipandi, Chadoli, Chainpura, Chaldu, Champi, Changera, Chauthkheda, Cheeta Kheda, Chenpura, Chhachhkhedi, Chhayan, Dalawada, Dalpatpura, Dansiya, Daru, Dasani, Dhaba, Dhamaniya, Dhamaniyajagir, Dhaneriyakalan, Dhaneriyakhurd, Dholpura, Dipukhedi, Dowad, Dudarsi, Dulakheda, Dungalawada, Ghasundi, Ghasundijagir, Girdoda, Gopalpura, Gudla, Gulabkhedi, Gwaldeviya, Gwaltalab, Hameriya, Hanmantiyapawar, Hanmantyaraoji, Hanmantyavyas, Harnawada, Harwar, Hingoriya, Jagoli, Jaisingpura, Jamuniyakalan, Jamuniyakhurd, Jawasa, Jawi, Jetpura, Jhalri, Jhanjharwada, Jiran (NP), Kacholi, Kalikothadi, Kalyakhedi, Kanakheda, Kanawati, Kanpura, Karadiyamaharaja, Kasbi, Kelukheda, Kenpuriya, Keri, Khadawada, Khatyakhedi, Kheda, Khedadaru, Khermalya, Khetakheda Doriya, Khetakhedacharan, Kishanpura, Kothadi Istmurar, Kothadimagara, Kunchdod, Lakhmi, Lanchh, Lasudihada, Lasuditanwar, Lewada, Lolpura, Mahudiya, Maliya, Malkheda, Mangrol, Manpura, Matyakhedi, Melki, Melkimewad, Mundla, Narsinghpura, Nayankhedi, Neemuch (M) Newad, Nilkanthpura, Nipaniya, Nipaniya Abad, Palsoda, Parasali, Pawadakalan, Pawadakhurd, Pawati, Peerana, Peeth, Phophaliya, Pipalyabag, Pipalyacharan, Pipalyagujar, Pipalyahada, Pipalyajagir, Pipalyamircha, Pipalyanathawat, Pipalyavyas, Piplon, Rabadiya, Raisinghpura, Rajpuriya, Rampuriya, Ranpura, Ratadiya, Rawatkheda, Rayankheda, Rewalidewali, Sagrana, Sakrani, Sakranijagir, Samarkund, Sangariyakhedi, Sarwaniyabor, Sawalpura, Sawan, Sedariya, Semali Chandrawat, Semalimewad, Semarda, Sirkheda, Sokadi, Soniyana, Surjana, Talkheda, Thadoli, Thikariya, Tinakyakhedi, Ugran, Umaheda, Vishanya,

Jats in Neemach

Neemach and Mandsaur districts have a population of about 150000 Jats. Neemach town has about 250 families of Jats dwelling here. Mandsaur district has a rich Jat population in some villages. The Jats are classified in two categories here namely, Keje Jats and Meware Jats. They do not have marital relations with each other. In Mandsaur district there are about 78 villages with population of Keje Jats and rest are villages of Meware Jats. [1]


There are a number of villages in Neemach after the names of Jats e.g. Jat, Dayara, Luharia etc. Similarly Mandsaur also has villages after Jat gotras like Bailara, Muala etc.

I thought to study the distribution pattern of Jat Gotras in the Nimach district in Madhya Pradesh. There are no ready records or studies as such. So I took the membership list of Jats of Nimach district from Pariwarik Parichay Patrika - 2003 Published by Jila Jat Samaj, Nimach (M.P.). It gives details of members’ names, His gotra and his wife's gotra,age and education of each member in the family of Jats living in Nimach district. I had also discussion with President of Veer Tejaji Jat Samaj Samiti, Nimach, PIN-458441, Shri Balraj Sapedia (Phone-07423-222795) who was instrumental in publishing this smarika.

The two attributes Jat gotra and place were brought on excel file, tabulated and shorted out. There is an interesting result which gives which jat gotra is from which village. This table is available with me and if any member is interested it can be uploaded. The following table is an abstract of the detailed table that gives population of each gotra as out of total Jat members 1276 (644 families) members in the directory arranged in alphabetical order.


The Pariwarik Parichay Patrika - 2003 Published by Jila Jat Samaj, Nimach (M.P.) gives details of 644 Jat families who are members. They are from 252 gotras. The figure after gotra is the count out of 1276 from which we can roughly assess comparative population of that gotra in the district. The gotra list includes gotras of male head of the family and his wife. Here is the list:

Jat gotras in Nimach district

Jat Gotras who live in this district are: [2] Adheria (अधेरिया) 1, Akodia (आकोदिया) 2, Alokiya (अलोकिया) 1, Alrola (आलरोला) 1, Arawat (एरावत) 1, Aseria (असेरिया) 1, Ashianal (अशियानाल) 1, Badkeshia (बड़केशिया) 2, Bagla (बागला) 1, Baja (बाजा) 2 Bajia (बाजिया) 2, Balauda (बलौदा) 4, Bamal (बामल)/(बामला) 9, Bambal (बाम्बल) 1, Bangadwa (बांगड़वा) 5, Bangar (बांगड़) 1, Bangava (बनगावा) 2, Baniyan (बानियान) 1, Bara (बरा) 1, Baradiya (बराड़िया) 1, Barala (बराला) 1, Baraliya (बरालिया)/(वरालिया) 15, Bariyan (बारियान) 2, Baroda (बड़ोदा) 1, Baswana (बसवाना) 4, Bathiyan (बाठियान) 18, Baval (बावल) 1, Beniwal (बेनिवाल) 82, Bhabhriya (भाभरिया) 1, Bhadala(भदाला) 1, Bhadara (भदारा) 5, Bhagadwa(भागड़वा 2, Bhajraj (भजराज) 1, Bhakar (भाकर) 8, Bhandari (भंडारी) 1, Bhanroda (भान्ड़ोदा) 1, Bhardwaj (भारद्वाज) 1, Bharwada(भरवाड़ा) 1, Bharwar (भारवर) 3, Bharwaria (भरवारिया) 8, Bhatala, Bhoja (भोजा) 2, Bicholiya(बिचौलिया) 1, Bohra (बोहरा) 4, Bora (बोरा) 1, Borwar(बोरवार) 4, Budia(बुडि़या ) 6, Bugalia (बुगालिया) 1, Bundwania (बुन्दवानिया) 1, Chahar 2, Chandel (चंदेल) 1, Chayal (चायल) 2, Chayda (चायदा) 1, Chhedivar(छेड़िवार) 1, Chhina(छिना) 2, Chitiyan (चितियान)/(चित्याण) 22, Choyal (चोयल) 6, Dadarwal (दादरवाल) 1, Dadu (डाडू) 1, Dagolia (दगोलिया)/(दगौलिया) 8, Dagor (डागोर) 1, Dalal (दलाल) 1, Daloya (दलोया) 1, Damota (दमोटा) 1, Daroya (दरोया) 1, Daseya (दसेया) 1, Dediwar (डेडिवार) 3, Denihar (डेनिहार) 14, Deniyal (डेनियाल) 1, Deru (डेरू) 5, Dhagandwa (धागंडवा) 1, Dhangad (धांगड़) 1, Dhankhad (धनखड़) 1, Dharolia (धरोलिया) 1, Dholya (धोलिया) 2, Dhoria (धोरिया) 3, Dhugal (धुगल) 1, Diniyal(डिनियाल) 1, Dogiwar (डोगीवार) 3, Dudhwas (दुधवास) 1, Dudi (डूडी) 2, Dudiya (डुडिया) 2, Duhan (दुहन) 5, Dukhiya (दुखिया) 1, Dukya (दुक्या) 2, Dundi (डूंडी) 13, Eram (ईराम) 5, Fagar (फगार)/(फंगार) 41, Far (फर) 19, Faras (फरस) 10, Farr (फर्र) 1, Gandas (गंडास) 16, Gandhar (गंधार) 1, Gandhi (गाँधी) 1, Garoriya (गरोरिया) 1, Gatara (गटारा) 13, Ghasel (घासेल) 1, Ghatara (घटारा) 1, Ghatela (घटेला) 1, Ghatwal 1, Ghodia (घोडिया) 1, Ghuniwal (घुणीवाल) 1, Godara (गोदारा) 20, Godhra (गोधरा) 2, Godiya (गोडि़या) 1, Goila (गोइला) 2, Gora (गोरा) 3, Godia (गोडिया) 1, Govada (गोवदा) 1, Govlia (गोवलिया) 1, Goyat (गोयत) 1, Gundane (गुनदाणे) 1, Hanumantia (हनुमंतिया) 1, Haran (हारण) 2, Harvadiya(हरवाड़िया) 6, Herawat (हेरावत) 7, Hewda(हेवदा) 2, Hiror (हिरोर) 2, Homtiya (होमतिया) 1, Horan (होरण) 1, Hudiya (हुडिया) 1, Jadsa (जडसा) 1, Jakhad (जाखड) 4, Jalaniya (जलानिया) 1, Jani (जानी) 2, Jathyian (जाठियान) 1, Jatiyan (जाटियाण)/(जाटियान) 6, Jayoniya (जयोनिया) 1, Jhadia (झड़िया) 1, Jhajhad(झाझड़) 14, Jhajhada (झाझड़ा) 12, Jhangu (झांगु) 1, Jolana (जोलाणा) 1, Jurail (जुरैल) 2, Kadiyan (कडियान) 1, Kadwa (कड़वा) 8, Kajaliya(काजलिया) 1, Kakdawa (ककड़ावा) 1, Kalirana (कालिराना) 1, Kalirawna (कालीरावण) 4, Kalkhande (कालखंडे) 1, Kamedia (कमेडिय़ा) 10, Kandas (कन्डास) 3, Kanra (कानरा) 1, Kantiya (कांटिया) 3, Kariyan (करियाण) 1, Karwaniya (करवानिया) 61, Kashia(काशिया) 9, Kashirana (काशीराणा) 1, Kashya (काश्या) 15, Kasumma (कसुम्मा) 1, Kasya (कास्या) 20, Katia (काटिया)/(कांटिया) 7, Khadaw (खदाव) 5, Khakhal (खाखल) 3, Khanda (खण्दा)/(खंदा) 2, Khandala (खंडाला) 1, Khagodiya (खगोडि़या) 1, Kothari (कोठारी) 1, Koyat (कोयत) 1, Kudi (कुड़ी) 3, Kuiya (कुइया) 1, Kuradiya (कुराडि़या) 1, Ladu(लाडू) 2, Lamba (लाम्बा) 11, Lana (लाणा) 3, Lariyad (लरियाद) 1, Lawas (लवास) 4, Ledha (लेढा) 1, Leru (लेरु) 1, Lofa (लोफा) 2, Lunas (लुनास) 1, Lunawat (लुनावत) 2, Maan (मान) 1, Mahla (महला) 1, Malla (मल्ला) 1, Mamte (मामटे) 1, Mananiya (मनानिया) 1, Mandal (मांदल) 1, Mangalda (मांगल्दा) 1, Moga (मोगा) 1, Mojja (मोज्जा) 1, Molla (मोल्ला)/(मोला) 5, Mor (मोर) 23, Moriya(मोरिया) 1, Mota (मोटा) 1, Mundariya (मुन्दड़िया) 1, Mundfod (मुण्डफोड़) 20, Nain (नैन) 1, Nandu (नान्दू) 1, Naniya (नानीया) 4, Naraulia (नारौलिया) 1, Nawad (नवाद) 6, Neema (नीमा) 1, Nehra (नेहरा) 30, Nisia (निसिया) 11, Pachar (पचार) 7, Panwar 1, Paraya (पराया) 9, Pasar(पसार) 1, Pawda (पावड़ा) 2, Pipaliya (पिपलिया) 3, Punia 50, Rabdia (राबडि़या) 4, Rad (राड़) 14, Rada (राड़ा) 1, Radena (रदेणा) 1, Radrenda (राद्रेंडा) 2, Radya (राड़या) 2, Raghuvanshi 1, Ranawat (रणावत) 1, Randeda (रान्देड़ा) 1, Ranwa (रणवा) 1, Rathi (राठी) 1, Sadia (साडि़या) 1, Sanwar (सनवार) 83, Sapedia (सापेडि़या) 8, Saran (सारण) 10, Saudu (सौडू) 1, Sejwar ( सेजवार) 1, Serawat (सेरावत) 17, Sewda (सेवदा) 2, Sidar (सिदड़) 1, Sihag (सिहाग) 1, Sinna (सिन्ना) 1, Sinsinwar (सिनसिनवार) 2, Sodya(सोड्या) 1, Sohol (सोहोल) 1, Solyana (सोल्याणा) 1, Somwal(सोमवाल) 1, Sovra (सोवरा) 1, Soyal (सोयल) 3, Syoran (स्योराण)/(सोराण) 2, Takar (ताकर) 2, Takha (ताखा) 10, Takhar (ताखर) 2, Talan (तालान) 1, Tanwar (तंवर) 1, Tediwar (टेडिवार) 1, Thadoda 1, Thalor(थालोर) 33, Thapor (थापोर) 3, Tharol (थारोल) 16, Tharor (थारोर) 1, Thori (थोरी) 3, Thukrele (ठुकरेले) 1, Thuniwal (थुनिवाल) 1, Thuniwar (थुणिवार ) 24, Tomar, Tukiya (टुकिया) 1, Vadiyal (वडि़याल ) 1, Vagaud (वागौड़) 1, Vajiya (वाजिया) 4, Varaha (वराहा) 68,

Total.........1276

Biggest Jat Gotras

The biggest Jat Gotras in the district are as under in the decreasing order with number of members out 1276 as under:

Sanwar 83, Beniwal 82, Varaha 68, Karwaniya 61, Punia 50, Kasya 44, Fagar 41, Thalor 33, Nehra 30, Thuniwar 24, Mor 23, Chitiyan 22, Mundfod 20, Godara 20, Far 19, Bathiyan 18, Serawat 17, Tharol 16, Gandas 16, Baraliya 15, Rad 14, Jhajhad 14, Denihar 14, Gatara 13, Dundi 13,

Some conclusions

  • 138 Gotras are with only one count which indicates that these gotras are due to women marrying from out side far off places or some relatives get settled in these villages from far off places.
  • The two largest Gotras Sanwar (83), Varaha 68 are found in this area only and not in north India.
  • Many gotras are common with those of Rajasthan indicates there migration from Rajasthan over a very long period as the number of families have vast difference of population.
  • Some gotras have influence of Gujarati language as a result 'S' becomes 'H' such as Siyak becomes Hiyak, Gotras Sidar becomes Hidar, Sehrawat becomes Herawat, Soran becomes Horan, Saran becomes Haran. This varaiation in gotras seem to be due to difference in the language.
  • Many Gotras seem to be specific to this area only such as Sanwar, Varaha, Bathiyan, Fagar, Mundfod, Baraliya, Denihar, Dagolia, Eram, Far, Faras, Jatiyan, Lawas, Lunawat, Nisia, Pipalya, Rabdia, Sapedia, Thapor etc.

Jat gotras in Nimach city

Adheria (1), Akodia (2), Aseria (1), Ashianal, Badkeshia (1), Baniyan (1), Barala (1), Bariyan (1), Baswana (1), Baval (1), Beniwal (2), Bhadala (1), Bhadara (3), Bhandari (1), Bhardwaj (1), Bugalia (1), Bundwania (1), Chahar (2), Chityan (2), Choyal (2), Dagolia (2), Dagor (1), Dalal (1), Dhoriya (1), Duhan (2), Gandhar (1), Govlia (1), Gundane (1), Hanumantia (1), Jakhad (1), Jani (2), Jurail (2), Kalkhande (1), Kamedia (1), Kariyan (1), Kasya (1), Kudi (3), Kuiya (1), Lariyad (1), Mamte (1), Mor (1), Nandu (1), Naraulia (1), Neema (1), Nehra (1), Nisia (1), Panwar (1), Paraya (1), Punia (2), Rad (1), Raghuvanshi (1), Rathi (1), Sapedia (3), Sejwar (1), Sihag (1), Sinsinwar (2), Talan (1), Tanwar (1), Thadoda (1), Thukrele (1),

Jat Villages in Nimach district and the Jat population

There are 644 families in Nimach district with population of 3628. Out of them 1881 are male and 1747 are female. The Tahsil wise distribution of the Jat population in Nimach district is as under with Jat population given in the brackets with each village:

Tehsil Nimach:

Nimach (नीमच) (227), Amlikheda (अमलीखेड़ा) (36), Aspura (आसपुरा) (67), Aghoria (अघोरिया) (101), Araniyachandel (अरनियाचंदेल) (15), Bagpipalya (बागपिपल्या),(53) Dhokalkheda (धोकलखेड़ा) (144), Harnawda (हरनावदा) (85), Harwar (हरवार) (731), Fatehnagar (फतेहनगर) (175), Palsoda (पालसोड़ा) (65), Pipalyavyas (पिपल्याव्यास) (37),

Tahsil Jawad:

Jawad (जावद) (25), Barkheda Jat (बरखेड़ा जाट) (72), Ganeshpura (गणेशपुरा) (29), Hanumantia (हनुमंतिया) (39), Kesarpura (केसरपुरा)(184) , Khor Vikram (खोर विक्रम) (132), Kundala (कुण्डला)(188) , Luharia Jat (लुहारिया जाट)(24) , Morvan (मोरवन)(172) , Nanpuriya (नानपुरिया) (88), Nayagaon Jawad (नयागांव जावद) (47), Nilyan (निलियां)(26) , Roop Pura (रूपपुरा) (141), Sarvaniya (सरवानिया) (31),

Tahsil Manasa:

Chaplana (चपलाना) (14), Gotwas (गोटवास) (4), Khadawda (खडा़वदा) (470), Malaheda (मालाहेड़ा) (12), Nagpura (नगपुरा) (55), Pawti (पावटी) (139),

Notable persons

  • Mohan Lal Jat - Neemach, Mob: 9424502766

External links

  • Pariwarik Parichay Patrika - 2003, Published by Jila Jat Samaj, Nimach (M.P.)

Gallery

References

  1. Mohan Singh Jat Veer, 1987-88
  2. Pariwarik Parichay Patrika - 2003, Published by Jila Jat Samaj, Nimach (M.P.)

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