The book Arabic, Persian and Urdu Inscriptions of West India by Dr. Ziyaud-Din Abdul-Hayy Desai provides a comprehensive list of more than 2,000 inscriptions from West Indian states. At S.No. 249, mentions as Rohal Sharif which is same as present Rol in Nagaur district.
Other Jat Gotras in Rol are as under-
They are: Muslim, Saini, Khati, Darji, Kumhar, Bhavri, Nai, Sunar, Shaad, Brahman, Goad, Harijan, Meghwal, Khateek, Luhar, Sargara, Chheempa, Lakhara, Saai, Dhadhi, Ghinwariya, Bhaat etc.
Main occupation of people is agriculture and government/private jobs. Some villagers are employed in government services and many people are doing private jobs in other states i.e. Assam, Andhrapradesh, Maharashtra.
Rol is connected to nearby villages through the road network with presence of State Transport Service and Private Bus Services which link it to Nagaur, Marwar Mundwa, Jayal, Deh, Kuchera, Goth-Manglod.
Temples and Mosque
Village has got temples of Hanuman Mandir, Rangnath Mandir, Charbhuja Mandir, Satyanarayan Mandir, Shitla Mata etc. Village also has got one Mosque is said to possess some holy relic brought by Qazi Hamiduddin Nagauri from Baghdad. It attracts devotees on Urs . There is an annual Urs Mela (Urs Fair) organised in village on Muslim date.
|1.||Late Sh. Hariram Didel||07-04-1951||13-02-1955|
|2.||Late Sh. Nathuram Jakhar||13-02-1955||21-09-1955|
|3.||Late Sh. Kunaram Didel||23-03-1956||27-07-1956|
|4.||Late Sh. Daularam Didel||31-12-1958||10-01-1961|
|5.||Late Sh. Ghashiram Didel||07-06-1964||30-11-1968|
|6.||Late Sh. Ramjiwan Didel||01-12-1968||11-03-1975|
|7.||Late Sh. Bhagirath Didel||11-03-1975||31-12-1977|
|8.||Late Sh. Sawantram Didel||15-02-1978||18-09-1980|
|9.||Late Sh. Omprakash Jakhar||01-01-1982||19-06-1991|
|10.||Sh. Ramprakash Jakhar (Pappu)||03-02-1995||31-01-2000|
|11.||Sh. Ramkumar Didel||Present||-|
- गोविंद राम डीडेल, रोल - मारवाड़ जाट कृषक सुधार सभा की प्रबंधकारिणी और कार्यकारिणी में रहकर आप ने जाट जाति की सेवा करके अपने को कृतार्थ किया है। 
- Nadi - There is a grand Nadi (water pond) named Kasolav in the village which has steps on all sides and there is one entry for each caste people.
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