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Location of Sangalya in south east of Khanri in Sikar district

Sangliya (सांगल्या) or Sangaliya (सांगलिया) is a village in Danta Ramgarh tahsil in Sikar district of Rajasthan.

Sangalya clan

Sangalya (संगल्या) clan is found in Afghanistan.[1]

Jat Gotras


As per Census-2011 statistics, Sangalya village has the total population of 3204 (of which 1661 are males while 1543 are females).[2]


Sangaliya is associated with history of Kulhari gotra. Kulhari is a branch of Johiya Jats. Kulhari jats ruled in Marwar area in 11th to 12th century. Bahipal was their king and Kot-Marot was their capital. There was a fort also at Kot-Marot. Bahipal had a war with the subedar of Hisar in which he lost his kingdom.

Bahipal moved to Kathod and established a new kingdom there. Kathod is about 22 km from Ajmer. The descendants of Bahipal constructed a fort at Koliya. The Raja of Koyal pattan arrested the Kulahari jats. Myth is that their Kuldevi Pada got them released. After that the Kulhari Jats made Didwana as their capital. They established at Didwana statues of Bahipal and the Kuldevi Pada.

One group of these people went to Sangaliya and from there to Bosana, Chudi and Sangasi. Shekhawat Rajputs annexed their state. Rathore Rajputs annexed the Didwana area.

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