Patan Hisar

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Patan () is a small village in Hisar tehsil and district of Haryana.

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History

The Kaliraman gotra is branch of nagavansh or Nagas. Dilip Singh Ahlawat has mention it as one of the ruling Jat clans in Central Asia. [1] Known as Kala in Maharashtra. Kalas are descendants of Kalashoka (कालाशोक) son of Shishunaga. They had won the Kalakuta (कालकूट) country also. [2] Kaliraman gotra started after Kali of Nagavansh. People of this gotra had republics in Singhpura and Bhagowala in Punjab.[3]


A king of this gotra was the ruler near Mathura, on the banks of Yamuna River. The ancient fort of Kaliramna is in ruins near Mathura. His fort was known as fort of Kalidheh. The famous episode of Mahabharata regarding Lord Krishna’s killing of a black python, Kaliya (कालिया), is related with some bad ruler from this gotra. With the killing of Kaliya Naga, Krishna brought the end of this clan’s rule in Brij. Dilip Singh Ahlawat has mention it as one of the ruling Jat clans in Central Asia. [4]

From Mathura they went to Kabul-Ghazni with other other Jats - Yadavas. They founded the Kingdom of Garh - Ghazni. During rise of Islam they came back to Bhatner- Sirsa. According to their bards they founded the old village of Patan and Siswad (?Shishwala Bhiwani). From Patan Chaudhary Sishu came to Sisai. His brother Sunda founded village Sandwa and Salaywala.

Kaliranas came from Siswad to Marwar and founded village Jhanwar. Jhanwar Village was founded by Chaudhari Malji Kalirana about 800 years back. The Kalirana Jats of this village are known for justice. Its population is 9,731. Its ancient name was Jhamara (झामरा) or Jhramvera (झ्रम्वेर) as in Jhramvera inscription (V. 1227) of Kelhana. Jhamwera (झम्वेर) inscription of Alhana. (JPASB, xii, pp. 102 ff). It gets name from Chanwar, the twig of Khejri tree.

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References

  1. Dilip Singh Ahlawat: Jat viron ka Itihas
  2. Jat Bandhu, 25 September, 2007
  3. Dr Mahendra Singh Arya, Dharmpal Singh Dudee, Kishan Singh Faujdar & Vijendra Singh Narwar: Ādhunik Jat Itihas (The modern history of Jats), Agra 1998, p. 229
  4. Dilip Singh Ahlawat: Jat viron ka Itihas

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