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Tarar (तरड़)[1] Tarar (तारड़)[2] Tarad (तरड़) Tard (तर्ड़) gotra Jats live in Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab and Madhya Pradesh. Also in Pakistan.


Origin of Tarad is their epi-person named Tarwar (तरवर) . His descendant Dudoji founded village Duder.


Tarars living in Pakistan are largely Muslims, while Indian Tarars are largely Hindus and Sikhs. This distribution is largely attributed to partition of the sub continent in 1947 following which Muslim Tarars living on what was to become India moved to Pakistan. Tarars living in Pakistan are mostly Sunnis but some of them are Shia. Tarar is the one of the best cast of Punjabi and they was so brave and honourable person.

Jasrasar Bikaner (जसरासर) village in Nokha tehsil in Bikaner district in Rajasthan was founded by Jasraiji Tard. It is the main village of Tard gotra. All the Tarad Gotra Jats are considered to be originated from Village Jasrasar.

Jasrasar village was founded in samvat 1411 by Jasrai Tarad (born samvat 1391). Earlier Johiya Rajputs were inhabitants of this area. This area earlier was known as Janjira. There is an ancient well here of that period which provides drinking water.

The Johiya Rajputs invited these people to settle here for cultivation. But they wanted to settle at Malasar. They came here and settled here on the request of Johiyas. There was a war between Johiyas and Tard Jats on the dispute of name of grandmother of Johiyas that was Lawari (लावरी). Jats kept the name of their bitch as Lawari. In this war all Tarad Jats were killed except a woman who had gone to brahman’s house and was saved. Jasrai was of three years at that time. When he became 18 years of age brahmans reminded to take revenge. Her mother was daughter of Sihags of Pallu who were in power at that time. They came to take revenge on 150 horses and camped at village Sadhasar talab. The brahmans on the day of holi offered the Johiyas wine and when they were over drunk the Tard Jats killed them all. The site of Barodi Bhawan at present was a tibari. They all settled here and named the village Jasrasar after Jasrai Tarad. The wife of Jasrai was of Rad Gotra from village Gudha in Nagaur.

According to H.A. Rose[3] Jat clans derived from Puniar are: Sonda and Tarar

Villages founded by Tarar clan

Distribution in Gujarat

Villages in Banas Kantha district


Distribution in Rajasthan

Locations in Jaipur city

Mansarowar Colony,

Villages in Barmer district

Aakli, Daboi, Gagriya, Jaydoo, Lilala, Purawa, Seoniyala, Tardon Ka Tala (t.Chohtan),

Villages in Bikaner district

Gajroopdesar, Jasrasar, Jhareli, Khajuwala, Sadhasar, Satasar, Thawariya,

Villages in Hanumangarh district

Dholipal, Dingarh, Hanumangarh, Jogiwala, Jorawarpura Hanumangarh, Kharakheri, Ratanpura, Sangariya,

Villages in Ganganagar district

Ghamudwali, Manniwali, Nagi,

Villages in Jodhpur district

Budkiya, Lawera Kalan (15), Lawera Khurd, Nandiya Khurd, Birsalu , Chindri, Kurchhi, Jakhan,

Villages in Nagaur district

Acheena, Birloka[4], Chuntisara, Kameriya, Nimbi Jodhan, Lalana

Villages in Churu district

Sujangarh (3),

Distribution in Haryana

Villages in Fatehabad district


Villages in Sirsa district


Distribution in Uttar Pradesh

Villages in Shamli district

Silawar (सिलावर),

Distribution in Punjab

Villages in Firozpur district

Kilanwali, Bhaguwala,

Villages in Jalandhar district

Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

Villages in Dhar district


Villages in Ratlam district

Villages in Ratlam district with population of this gotra are: Bilpank 1, Dantoda,

Villages in Indore district

Datoda, Ghatabillod,

Distribution in Pakistan

Tarar (Urdu: تارڑ ) is a Punjabi tribe and Jat gotra of Northern India and in Punjab province of Pakistan.

According to 1911 census the Tarar were the principal Muslim Jat clan in districts:

In Pakistan, Tarars are one of the most educated and well-established families especially among all other Jat Castes. Tarar is considered to be a royal caste in Pakistan due to their own rule and dynasty in the central Punjab dated back from Mahmood Gaznavi's invasion of India till Mughals. They are spread out in present day in Hafizabad, Mandi Bahauddin and Gujranwala dist and a small village Sherpur of dist Jhelum of Pakistani Punjab and Indian states of Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Tarars are very well educated and highly rich nation. Currently, Tarar families are controlling a great part of bureaucracy of Pakistan and playing a active role in Pakistani Politics as well.

In Hafizabad District, Tarar villages include Beri Wala, Vanike Tarar, Kolo Tarar, Sindhowan Tarar, Rasoolpur Tarar, and Muzaffar Tarar While in Mandi Bahauddin district, most Tarar villages are found in Mandi Bahauddin and Phali tehsils. In Phalia Tehsil there villages include Adda Pahrianwali, Agroya, Bahri, Bhagat, Bhekho, Bherowal, Bhoa Hassan, Bumbi, Burj Ghanian, Chak Abdulla, Chak Kamal, Chak Mitha, Charound, Chayto, Dhaboola, Dhal, Dharekan Kalan, Dhola Khurd, Dhunni Kalan, Dhunni Khurd, Ghanian, Ghoghanwali, Gujjan, Haigerwala, Jago Kalan, Jokalian, Haigerwala, Kot Hamid Shah, Kot Sattar Sharqi, Kuthiala Sheikhan, Ladher, Lakhia, Mailu Kohna, Mangat, Mano Chak, Melu, Mureed, Pejo Kot, Pindi Kaloo, Raike, Randiyali, Saida Sharif, Sainthal, Sarang, Sohawa Dilowana, Sulaiman, Tariqabad, Thatha Alia, Thathi Mureed, and Thatti Shah Muhammad. In Mandi Bauddin Tehsil and include Balhar, Chak Basawa, Chak Shabaz, Chak Mano, Barri Tarar, Kala Shadian, Kot Pundiwala, Lak, Ghanian, Rattowal, , Shaheedanwali, Takhat Mal Tarar and Wasu. Outside the core Tarar area, there are also several Tarar villages in Pind Dadan Khan Tehsil of Jhelum District such as Dhudhi Thal, Kot Umer and Sherpur. In Chakwal District they are found in Dhok Virk

Notable persons from this clan

  • Muhammad Rafiq Tarar - Former President of Pakistan.
  • Chaudhari Riktaram Tard (चौधरी रिक्ताराम तर्ड़) - Freedom fighter. Born at village Jasrasar (जसरासर) in Bikaner district in Rajasthan[5]
  • Rupchand Chaudhary (Tarad) - Shaurya Chakra Award 1971 Indo-Pak War. Rsident:Barmer
  • Lala Ram Tarad (1940 - 1965) - Martyr of 1965 Indo-Pak War. Village:Gagriya (Barmer)
  • M. R. CHOUDHARY (Tard) - X.En. RHB, Date of Birth : 25-December-1950,Permanent Address : OUTSIDE JASUSAR GATE, Bikaner, Present Address : 66/168, MANSAROVAR, JAIPUR, Resident Phone Number : 0141-2780855, Mobile Number : 9828109484
  • RAM NARAYAN CHOUDHARY (Tarad) - X.En. PWD, Date of Birth :1958, Permanent Address : C-29, SARDHUL GUNJ MEDICAL COLLAGE ROAD Bikaner, Resident Phone Number : 0151-2529147, Mobile Number : 9829069147
  • चौ. मनीराम तरड़ एडवोकेट (आजीवन ट्रस्टी), एडवोकेट, संगरिया, 9413783991, Life Time Member Trustee Gramotthan Vidyapeeth Sangaria.
  • Chaudhary Chandan Singh Moochh Director Sugarcane society Shamli Village Silawar.
  • Chaudhary Ranveer singh Village Pradhan Silawar.
  • Kamal Raj Trar Telecom Contractor Village Silawar.
  • Amna Ram Tarad - RAS (2012), Rank 526 [6]
  • Choudhary Ex Capt Ameda Ram Tarad (Ex Sub Maj Honey Capt) Village- Hempura, Post- Birloka, Teh.- Khinwsar, Dist.- Nagaur, Rajasthan,
       Contact No. 6377474165

Gallery of Tarad people


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