Parave

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Parave (परावे)[1][2] Paravey (परावेय)[3] Paraveya (परावेय) Praveya (प्रावेय) is a gotra of Jats found in Haryana.

Origin

History

Bhim Singh Dahiya[5] writes....Paravey: They are to be identified with the ancient people called Paravatas. In the Rig Veda they are shown as giving gift of horses.[6] They were a people living on the Yamuna river.[7] Vedic Index describes Pārāvata as a tribe. Vāmana Purana mentions a country called Pārāvata in the north of Kumāra Dvipa.[8] The present Paravey clan is similarly situated on Yamuna river and the name alone is sufficient to point to the identity.

In Rigveda

Bhim Singh Dahiya[9] writes... It will be noted that right from the Rig Vedic times, the historical clans are today represented among the Jats. For example, the Arya, Hari, Sibi, Mana, Sindhu, Parave (Paravat), Bheda, etc., are thus existing even today. According to Bhim Singh Dahiya [10] Parave is the Paravata tribe of Rigveda:

(25) Paravata : (RV. VIII/34/18), mentions them going in their chariots. They are identified with Paroda/Parota clan of the Jats. Also recorded in RV 3/9/5; 6/61/3 etc. Ptolemy mentions them as Parouetal (6/50/1). Panca Vamsa Br.places them on the river Yamuna (lX/4/11).[11]

In Mahabharata

Adi Parva, Mahabharata/Book I Chapter 59 gives Genealogy of Danavas, Gandharvas, Apsaras, Yakshas, Rakshasas, Nagas....Prava's daughters and sons were known as Praveya (प्रावेय) - Anavadya Manu, Vansa, Asura, Marganapria, Anupa, Subhaga, Vasi, were the daughters brought forth by Pradha, Siddha, and Purna, and Varhin, and Purnayus of great fame, Brahmacharin, Ratiguna, and Suparna who was the seventh; Viswavasu, Bhanu, and Suchandra who was the tenth, were also the sons of Prava. All these were celestial Gandharvas.[12]

Distribution

Notable persons

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External links

References

  1. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, s.n. प-37
  2. O.S.Tugania:Jat Samuday ke Pramukh Adhar Bindu, p.48, s.n. 1475
  3. Bhim Singh Dahiya: Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study)/Appendices/Appendix III, p.340-341, s.n.23
  4. Arrian:The Anabasis of Alexander/3b, Ch.19
  5. Bhim Singh Dahiya: Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study)/Appendices/Appendix III, p.340-341, s.n.23
  6. (8/34/16.)
  7. ibid., 8/34/18.
  8. 19/39.
  9. Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study)/Appendices/Appendix III,p.335-36
  10. Aryan Tribes and the Rig Veda
  11. पारावतस्य रातिषु दरवच्चक्रेष्वाशुषु | तिष्ठं वनस्य मध्य आ || (RV. VIII/34/18)
  12. अतस तु भूतान्य अन्यानि कीर्तयिष्यामि भारत, अनवद्याम अनुवशाम अनूनाम अरुणां परियाम, अनूपां सुभगां भासीम इति परावा वयजायत (I.59.44) सिद्धः पूर्णश च बर्ही च पूर्णाशश च महायशाः, बरह्म चारी रतिगुणः सुपर्णश चैव सप्तमः (I.59.45) विश्वावसुश च भानुश च सुचन्द्रॊ दशमस तथा, इत्य एते देवगन्धर्वाः प्रावेयाः परिकीर्तिताः (I.59.46)

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