Sheo

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Location of Shiv in Barmer district

Sheo (शिव) or Shiv (शिव) is a town and tahsil in Barmer district in Rajasthan.

Villages in Sheo tahsil

Aakli, Aantra, Aasari, Aawarsar, Acharaniyon Ki Dhani, Adarsh Basti, Agasari, Agoriya, Akali, Alsaniyon Ki Dhani, Amar Singh Ki Dhani, Ambabari, Amee Ka Par, Arang, Asari Sindhiyan, Bachiya, Badrani, Bahla, Balai, Balasar, Balewa, Bandasar, Bandhara, Baniyali, Bapunagar, Bariyara, Barsa, Barsinga, Batara, Beejawal, Bhabhar, Bhagwananiyon Ki Dhani, Bhanwarisar, Bhibhara, Bhiyar, Bhooni, Bikoosi, Bisoo Kalan, Bisoo Khurd, Boi, Budhatala, Chak Bhanska, Chak Goonga, Chak Mokhab, Chak Negarda, Charno Ki Dhani, Chetrori, Chhoti Khareen, Chitroli, Chochra, Dalanara, Dedariyar, Deoka, Deoron Ki Basti, Detani, Devi Pura, Dewalpura, Dhagari, Dhamdali, Dhanani Meghwalon Ki Dhani, Dharwi Kalan, Dharwi Khurd, Dheerji Ki Dhani, Dholiya, Dholkiya, Doodhora, Drabha, Fatehnara, Fatehpura Barmer, Gadraroad @ Ber Seeng Desar, Girab, Giral, Goonga, Goraliya, Gordiya, Gorsiyon Ki Tala, Hafiya, Hafiya @ Sankhli, Hameerani, Hanumanpura, Harsani, Harwa, Harwecha, Hathisingh Ka Gaon, Hemanara, Jaisindhar Gaon, Jaisindhar Station, Jalila, Jansingh Ki Beri, Jase Ka Gaon, Jeene Ki Basti, Jhankali, Jhanphli Kalan, Jhanphli Khurd, Jhari, Jiyaniyon Ki Basti, Joranada, Judiya, Junejon Ki Basti, Kalijal, Kalyanpura, Kanasar, Kanasar Golai, Kane Ka Gaon, Kareem Ka Par, Karni Nagar, Kashmir, Kayam Ki Basti, Khabdala, Khalife Ki Baori @ Medusar, Khaniyani, Kharchi, Khareen, Khejarali, Khudani, Khural, Kohariyon Ki Basti, Kotra, Kotriyon Ki Dhani, Kubriya, Kumbharon Ki Dhani, Kundal @ Godhanili, Lalasar, Lambara, Langon Ki Dhani, Laxmipura, Leekari, Madha Ka Tala, Magini, Magra, Makhan Ka Par, Malana, Mandaliya, Mangalsar, Manihari, Manjholi, Mataji Ki Bhankhari, Mathar Ka Par, Matharani Sound, Mati Ka Gol, Matuja, Matuon Ki Dhani, Mege Ka Gaon, Modhri, Mogerai, Mokhab Kalan, Mokhab Khurd, Moodhnon Ki Dhani, Moseri, Moti Ki Beri, Motinara, Muharon Ki Dhani, Munaaba, Mungeriya, Nagana, Nagarda, Nagnasar, Nagona, Naya Nagarda, Neembala, Neembasar, Neemblee, Neemlanara, Negrada, Nohdiyala, Nopat, Olecha, Om Nagar, Onara, Oonchawara, Paboosari, Pabu Mali, Pabusar, Panchla, Panjraj Singh Ki Dhani, Pannawas, Pannela, Peeprli, Peethakar, Phangali, Phogera, Phogera Aagor, Poshal, Poshma, Prahladpura, Punjraj Ka Par, Pusar, Rajbera, Rajral, Ramdeopura, Ramderiya, Ramdev Nagar, Rampura, Ranakdeo, Ranasar, Raneji Ki Basti, Ransingh Ki Dhani, Rasaratala, Ratkuriya, Ratnuon Ki Dhani, Ratreri Kalan, Ratreri Khurd, Ratri, Rawat Ka Gaon, Rawatsar, Redana, Rohidaala, Rohiri, Rooganada, Roopa Sariya, Sadhon Ki Basti, Sagoraliya, Sajeetara, Salam Singh Ki Basti, Samand Kapar, Sambhusar, Sargeelapar, Sargila, Sarswati Nagar, Sawaipura, Sawaisingh Ki Basti, Shadad Ka Par Khurd, Shahdad Ka Par, Shameer Ka Par, Shastri Gaon, Shekhe Ka Gaon, Sheo, Shivaji Nagar, Sirguwala, Sitaramki Dhani, Solankiyon Ki Bastti, Sundra, Suwala, Swami Ka Gaon, Talon Ka Par, Taloon Ka Gaon, Tamlor, Tanumanji, Tanuraoji, Thoombali, Tibniyar, Tirmohi, Turbi, Ugeri, Undoo, Unrod, Utal, Uttarba, Uttri Der, Virdhasingh Ki Dhani,

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Jat Gotras

History

Dr Pema Ram writes that after the invasion of Alexander in 326 BC, the Jats of Sindh and Punjab migrated to Rajasthan. They built tanks, wells and Bawadis near their habitations. The tribes migrated were: Shivis, Yaudheyas, Malavas, Madras etc. The Shivi tribe which came from Ravi and Beas Rivers founded towns like Sheo, Sojat, Siwana, Shergarh, Shivganj etc. This area was adjoining to Sindh and mainly inhabited by Jats. The descendants of Shivi in Rajasthan are: Seu, Shivran, Shivral, Sihot, Sinwar, Chhaba etc. [1]

Notable persons

References

  1. Dr Pema Ram:Rajasthan Ke Jaton Ka Itihas, First Edition 2010, ISBN:81-86103-96-1,p.14

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