Sunari Nagaur

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Location of Sunari in Nagaur district

Sunari (सुनारी), is a village in Ladnu tehsil of Nagaur district in Rajasthan.

The Founders

Sunari Nagaur - was founded by Beerda Jat clan in 13th century


Sunari village is located west of Ladnu. PIN Code of the village is: 341306. It is situated 8km away from Ladnu town and 90km away from Nagaur city. Being a large village, Sunari village has its own gram panchayat. Vishwanathpura, Hirawati and Chundasariya are some of the neighbouring villages.



Sunari village was founded by the Birda clan of the Jat community in the 13th century. Four brothers from nearby Benatha village (tah:Sujangarh) insulted the son of Thakur who misbehaved with the sister of the Birda boys and cut off the water required for their cattle. The Birda family left Bainatha village in search of a new home.

When they came to the Marwar region, they saw a Soun Chidi, a Long-tailed Shrike in a Khejri tree on left side of the path. Tradition hold that on seeing a shrike, on the left, the journey should come to a stop. So, they did and decided to halt then and there for the night. At dawn, one of the brothers saw a sheep in the Ker struggling to protect her new born lamb from a pack of three jackals. The family was so moved by the struggle of the sheep that they decided to make that place their new settlement. Initially, the settlement was called Sugnawali after the Soun Chidi. Gradually, Sugnawali became Sunari.

Jat Gotras


According to Census-2011 information:

With total 569 families residing, Sunari village has the population of 3495 (of which 1801 are males while 1694 are females).[1]

Notable Persons

Unit: Special Force 10 Para Regiment.
  • Nanu Ram Choyal - RTO.
  • Dharma Ram Beerda -
  • Mota Ram Beerda -
  • Dharma Ram Beerda - J. & K. Shaheed.
  • ठाकुर सिंह बीरड़ा, सुनारी - मारवाड़ जाट कृषक सुधार सभा की प्रबंधकारिणी और कार्यकारिणी में रहकर आप ने जाट जाति की सेवा करके अपने को कृतार्थ किया है। [2]

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