- 1 Origin
- 2 History
- 3 Villages founded by Sigar clsan
- 4 XIII Sanderav Inscription of Kalhanadeva S.V. 1221 (1165 AD)
- 5 Distribution in Rajasthan
- 6 Distribution in Uttar Pradesh
- 7 Distribution in Madhya Pradesh
- 8 Notable Persons
- 9 Gallery of people of this gotra
- 10 References
- According to Hukum Singh Panwar they are Sringala of the Harivamsa Purana (65, 15-20), the Sringin (शृङ्गिन) of Mahabharata (II, 47, 26) and (I.36.21,24). 
- Hukum Singh Panwar (Pauria) writes: The Jat tribes Sigroa or Sigroha bear unmistakable identity With the so-called Rigvedic non-Aryan people named Sigru of the east. other Jat tribes closely resemble several other Rigedic Aryan tribes. Among such Jat tribes are Singala or Singla or Singar or Sangar.
- According to Dr Mahendra Singh Arya and others, this gotra originated from place named Sigal. This place is the royal residence of the Sakas, in Sistan (सीस्तान) in Iran/Afghanistan. 
No. 163.— Bhadikiyasa Sanghilasa dānam.
- " Gift of Bhadikriya, of Sanghila ;" or perhaps,
- "Gift of Sanghila, of Bhadikriya."
Bhim Singh Dahiya has mentioned it as one of the Rigvedic tribes in the name Sigru : (RV Vll/18/19): This tribe was fighting against Sudas on the Yamuna. This tribe is to be identified with the Sigru/Sigarwal/Sigar clan of the Jats still on the Yamunain Haryana. A Sigru is noted in Luder's list of Brahmi inscriptions. (see - Rigvedic tribes)
The presence of the Sakas in Sakastan in the 1st century BCE is mentioned by Isidore of Charax in his "Parthian stations". He explained that they were bordered at that time by Greek cities to the east (Alexandria of the Caucasus and Alexandria of the Arachosians), and the Parthian-controlled territory of Arachosia to the south:
- "Beyond is Sacastana of the Scythian Sacae, which is also Paraetacena, 63 schoeni. There are the city of Barda and the city of Min and the city of Palacenti and the city of Sigal; in that place is the royal residence of the Sacae; and nearby is the city of Alexandria (and nearby is the city of Alexandropolis), and six villages." Parthian stations, 18.
Villages founded by Sigar clsan
- Sigadi (सीगड़ी)/Seegri (सीगड़ी) - village of tahsil and district Jhunjhunu in Rajasthan. Sigadi was founded by Sigar clan.
XIII Sanderav Inscription of Kalhanadeva S.V. 1221 (1165 AD)
The Inscription is dated on Friday, the second half the dark half of Magha V.S. 1221 of the reign of Shri Kelhanadeva. It states that Analadevi, the queen mother of Kelhanadeva granted land which could be plaughed in one day from the king's personal property (bhoga) to the god Mahavira, the primeval deity of Sanderaka-gachchha, to celebrate kalyanika. One drumma was also given by the Rashtrakutas Patu and Kelhan and their brother's sons Uttamasiha, Mudrama, Kanhana,Ahada, Asala, Anatiga and others with reference to the same kalyanika. Similarly haela of Yugandhara was also granted by rathakaras or cart-builders Dhanapala, Murapala, Jopala, Sigada, Amiyapala, Jisahada, Delhana and so forth all residing at Sanderaka in connection with kalyanika falling on 13th of the bright half of chaitra.
श्रीषंडेरकवास्तव्य रथकारधणपालमूरपालजोपालसिगडाअमियपालजिसहडदेल्हणादिभि [चै] त्र सुदि 13 कल्याणके
Distribution in Rajasthan
Locations in Jaipur city
Ambabari, Khatipura, Murlipura Scheme,
Villages in Jaipur District
Villages in Jhunjhunu District
Villages in Sikar district
Villages in Tonk district
Villages in Chittorgarh district
Seegaron Ka Khera (t.Arnod),
Villages in Pali district
Villages in Hanumangarh district
Distribution in Uttar Pradesh
Villages in Meerut district
Villages in Sambhal district
Distribution in Madhya Pradesh
Villages in Sehore district
Villages in Dhar district
- Two IAS officers of surname Singala were selected in 2008
- Rajendra Singh (Sigad) - Lecturer, S K College Sikar, Mob:9414664283, From Meethwas (मीठवास) village in Jhunjhunun tehsil & district in Rajasthan.
- Chaudhari Tara Chand Sigar - Adhyaksh Rajasthan Jat Samaj Sansthan, Jaipur
- Col. Bhagirath Singh Sigar - 126, Officers Campus Extn, Sirsi Road, Jaipur, Ph:0141-2350120, Mob:09413285089
Gallery of people of this gotra
Ch. Tarachand Sigad, President Rajasthan Jat Samaj Sansthan (1989-92, 2003- to date)
- Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, s.n. स-14
- O.S.Tugania:Jat Samuday ke Pramukh Adhar Bindu,p.62,s.n. 2456
- Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, s.n. स-16
- Adi Parva, Mahabharata/Mahabharata Book I Chapter 40:तरुणस तस्य पुत्रॊ ऽभूत तिग्मतेजा महातपाः । शृङ्गी नाम महाक्रॊधॊ दुष्प्रसादॊ महाव्रतः।।(I.36.21);तेजस्विनस तव पिता तथैव च तपस्विनः। शवं सकन्धेन वहति मा शृङ्गिन गर्वितॊ भव ।।(I.36.24)
- The Jats:Their Origin, Antiquity and Migrations/The Scythic origin of the Jats, p.183
- .The Jats:Their Origin, Antiquity and Migrations/An Historico-Somatometrical study bearing on the origin of the Jats, pp.151-152
- Shrimadacharya Shrinivasacharya, Jat Itihas, Calcutta, n.d. pp. 9-16. Niranjan Singh Chaudhary, Jat Gotravali, Jat Hitkari Prakashan, Gopinath Bazar,Varindavan, Mathura, n.d. pp. 1-10. Jat Gotras are given in alphabetic order in Hindi in both of the booklets.
- आवदिन्द्रं यमुना तर्त्सवश्च परात्र भेदं सर्वतातामुषायत | अजासश्च शिग्रवो यक्षवश्च बलिं शीर्षाणि जभ्रुरश्व्यानि || (RV Vll/18/19)
- Mahendra Singh Arya et al: Adhunik Jat Itihas, p.282
- The Bhilsa topes: Inscriptions, P. 257
- Parthian stations
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