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Villages in Siwana tahsil
Ambon Ka Bara, Arjiyana, Arthnari, Baamaseen, Baliyana, Baloo, Berinari, Bhagwa, Bhalaron Ka Bara, Bhanawas, Bhati Khera, Bhilon Ki Dhani Mangla, Bhooti, Bijaliya, Burd (Boorad), Charnon Ka Bara, Cheeyali, Chirdiya, Dabli, Dantala, Darbala, Deoliyali, Deora, Dev Nagar, Dev Pura, Dewandi, Dharna, Dheedhas, Dheeran, Doodon Ka Bara (Ajeet), Durgapura, Girad Ka Dhana, Godon Ka Bara, Goliya, Goliya Chaudhariyan, Goongrot, Gura, Harmalpur, Hemawas, Hotrara, Indrana, Itwaya, Jalampura, Jethantari, Jethantarihalt, Jinpur, Kamon Ka Bara, Kankhi, Karmawas, Kathari, Khakharlri, Khandap, Kharantiya, Khejariyali, Khera Khindawara, Khetasar, Kotri, Kumahroon Ki Dhani, Kumpawas, Kundal, Kuseep, Lalana, Laleeya, Loodrara, Majal, Mangi, Mangla, Math Kharantiya, Mawri, Maylawas, Meli, Mithora, Miyon Ka Bara, Mokalsar, Mokhandi, Moothli, Motisara, Mubari, Nai Khakharlai, Nal, Nimbeshwar, Pabupura, Padardi Kalan, Padardi Khurd, Padroo, Pariharon Ki Dhani, Paton Ka Bara, Paun, Peeploon, Phoolan, Rakhi, Ramniya, Rampura, Rani Deshipura, Ratri, Relon Ki Dhani, Rojiyon Ki Dhani, Samdari, Samdari Station, Samooja, Sanwarda, Sarwari, Sela, Sewali, Silor, Siner, Siriyadevi Nagar, Siwana, Sooili, Tejsingh Ki Dhani, Telwara, Thakar Khera, Thanmata Hinglaj, Thapan, Tirgati,
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. 
Siwana. — Siwanchi is the tract between the Luni and Sukri, of which Siwana, a strong castle placed on the extremity of the same range with Jalor, is the capital. The country requires no particular description, being of the same nature as that just depicted. In former times it constituted, together with Nagor, the appanage of the heir-apparent of Marwar ; but since the setting-up of the pretender, Dhonkal Singh, both have been attached to the fisc : in fact, there is no heir to Maru ! Ferishta mentions the defence of Siwana against the arms of Alau-d-din.
- Dr Pema Ram:Rajasthan Ke Jaton Ka Itihas, First Edition 2010, ISBN:81-86103-96-1,p.14
- James Todd Annals/Sketch of the Indian Desert, Vol. III,p. 1268
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