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Siyol (सियोल)[1] Seeyol (सीयोल) Sihol (सिहोल) Seoul (सियोल) Syal (सियाल) Sial (सियाल) is Gotra of Jats found in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh & Himachal Pradesh and Pakistan. It is a branch of Johiya.

The city of Sialkot in Pakistan is named after them.

Origin

History

H.A. Rose writes that Bhangu (भंगू), Bhanggu (भंग्गु), a Jat tribe which does not claim Rajput origin. The Bhangu and Nol were among the earliest inhabitants of the Jhang District and held the country about Shorkot, the Nol holding that round Jhang itself before the advent of the Sials, by whom both tribes were overthrown. Probably the same as the Bhango, supra. [3]

H.A. Rose[4] writes that Raja Rasalu of Punjab folklore had by a paramour of the scavenger class four sons, Seo, Teo, Gheo, and Karu, from whom are respectively descended the Sials, Tiwanas, Ghebas, and Karrals. They intermarry with Gakkhars, Sayyids and Dhunds.

Villages founded by Siyol clan

Distribution in Rajasthan

Villages in Jodhpur district

Bap, Chadi (350), Falaudi, Jodhpur, Lawera Khurd, Mandiyai Khurd, Rawatnagar Pilwa, Tamboliya,

Villages in Barmer district

Adarsh Rameshwar Nagar, Alamsar, Aalpura, Barmer, Bhojasar, Chak Gudha, Chawanada, Garal (5), Hemaguda, Hira Ki Dhani, Jaisar, Khudasa (15), Koloo, Koshlu, Mokhab Khurd, Moodhonki Dhani, Nosar, Purawa, Ramji Ka Gol, Ratanpura, Seeyolon Ki Dhani, Siyolo Ki Dhani, Siyolon Ka Der (Piprali), Sobhala, Undoo,

Villages in Jaisalmer district

Jaisalmer,

Villages in Jalor district

Khara,

Villages in Churu district

Lalgarh,

Villages in Nagaur district

Khari Jodha, Sarunda,

Distribution in Punjab, India

Villages in Kapurthala district

Villages in Firozpur district

Distribution in Uttar Pradesh

Villages in Meerut district

Distribution in Jammu kasmir

Villages in Udhampur district

Distribution in Himachal Pradesh

Kangra, Una & Hamirpur

Distribution in Pakistan

Sial - The Sial tribe are a branch of Jatt originating predominantly from the Jhang District of northern Punjab, Pakistan. The Sials are predominantly Muslims; there are also Christian, Sikh, Hindu Sials.

According to 1911 census, the Sials were one of the principal Muslim Jat clans with population as under:

Notable person

  • Mirza Sahiba (The Love Story) - Mirza, a Kharal, jatt from Punjab, and Sahiban belong to Sial tribe.[5]
  • Harchand Siyol , Jaisar, Akdara, tah: Baytoo, who lost life in struggle against Jagirdars in year 1951
  • Bhairaram Chaudhary - MLA, Osian constituency.
  • Thana Ram Chaudhary (Seoul) - Superintendent Central Excise & Customs, Date of Birth : 15-February-1958, VPO.- Bamarla, Teh.- Chohtan, Distt.- Barmer, Rajasthan, Present Address : B-94, Saraswati Nagar, Basni, Jodhpur, Rajasthan - 342005, Phone: 0291-2722735, Mob: 9414247619, Email: vikasseoul2001@gmail.com
  • Bhera Ram Siyol - elected in Rajathan Assembly as BJP MLA-2013 from Osia, Jodhpur.
  • Vikash Siyol: Gujarat Judicial Service, 2013 batch, Railway Magistrate, Ahmadabad, From Barmer, from Barmer)(son in law of Sawai Singh Godara IPS M: 9414442222
  • Jasa Ram, Naina Ram, Ram Niwas, Ram Kishor S/O Labu Ram Siyol - जसाराम, नैनाराम, रामनिवास, रामकिशोर सियोल सुपुत्र श्री लाबूराम सियोल गांव लवेरा खुर्द, तहसील बावड़ी, जोधपुर। 1,11,000 रु का दान दिया जाट धर्मशाला हरिद्वार
  • Bhanwar Lal Siyol - (Comn &IT), Rampal Ji Siyol (Teacher) S/o Bhagaram Siyol, Lawera Khurd, Bhopalgarh, Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
  • Dr Surendra Singh (Siyol)- From Alamsar, Barmer, Mob:9799405706
  • Sadula Ram Siyol - From Alamsar, Barmer, सादूल राम सियोल, मूल गाँव खडीन, वर्तमान में आलमसर में बसे हैं और प्रगतिशील किसान हैं। आप सियोल खारक कृषि फार्म आलमसर में मेडजूल किस्म की खजूर के प्रथम उत्पादक हैं। आप श्री किसान महिला शिक्षण संस्थान चोहटन, श्री बलदेव राम मिरधा किसान छात्रावास चोहटन, एवं श्री हरलाल जाट छात्रावास बाड़मेर के संस्थापक सदस्य व अध्यक्ष हैं। आप पश्चिमी राजस्थान में आधुनिक कृषि में पहल करता किसान हैं। संदर्भ: डॉ सुरेन्द्र सिंह मोब: 9799405706

External Links

Reference

  1. O.S.Tugania:Jat Samuday ke Pramukh Adhar Bindu,p.62,s.n. 2446
  2. Dr Mahendra Singh Arya, Dharmpal Singh Dudee, Kishan Singh Faujdar & Vijendra Singh Narwar: Ādhunik Jat Itihasa (The modern history of Jats), Agra 1998
  3. A glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North-West Frontier Province By H.A. Rose Vol II/B , p.84
  4. A glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North-West Frontier Province By H.A. Rose Vol II/K,p.478
  5. Duggal, Kartar Singh (1979). Folk romances of Punjab. Marwah. p. 129.

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