List of Jat clans


List of Jat clans

The clan names of the Jats are generally unique in India, but some do overlap with the Tarkhans, Rajputs and Gujars. [Marshall, J., (Sir, Hon. Fellow of King's College, Cambridge University, and formerly Director-General of Archaeology in India), A Guide to Taxila, Cambridge University Press, London, 1960, pp. 24. ] Following is a partial list of Jat clans, which has been compiled from various sources, including publications by Jat historians such as Ompal Singh Tugania [Dr Ompal Singh Tugania: Jat samudāy ke pramukh Ādhār bindu, Jaypal Agencies, Agra 2004 ] , Bhaleram Beniwal [ Bhaleram Beniwal: Jāton kā Ādikālīn Itihāsa, Jaypal Agencies, Agra 2005. ] [ Bhaleram Beniwal: Jāt Yodhaon ke Balidān, Jaypal Agencies, Agra 2005] Dr Mahendra Singh Arya and others [ Dr Mahendra Singh Arya, Dharmpal Singh Dudi, Kishan Singh Faujdar & Vijendra Singh Narwar: Ādhunik Jat Itihasa (The modern history of Jats), Agra 1998 ] ,Thakur Deshraj [ Thakur Deshraj: Jat Itihasa (Hindi), Maharaja Suraj Mal Smarak Shiksha Sansthan, Delhi, 1934, 2nd ] , Dilip Singh Ahlawat [ Dilip Singh Ahlawat: Jat viron ka Itihasa ] and Ram Swarup Joon. [Ram Swarup Joon: History of the Jats, Rohtak, India (1938, 1967)] The list includes more than 2700 Jat gotras. Thakur Deshraj, Ram Swarup Joon and Dilip Singh Ahlawat have mentioned histories of some of the Jat gotras. Some websites have also prepared lists of Jat gotras with details of their history and distribution. [ [http://www.jatland.com/home/Jat_Gotras List of Jat Gotras on Jatland] ]

The following is a list of major clans of the Jat people of South Asia listed in alphabetical order.

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A

*Abusaria
*Achara
*Agah
*Agre
*Ahlawat
*Ajmeria
*Anaadi
*Andhak
*Antal/Antil
*Asiagh
*Atkar
*Attri
*Atwal
*Aujla
*Aulakh
*Arya
*Aaholana
*Abra
*Ablana
*Aboee
*Athangal
*Ark
*Arneja
*Arwal
*Asra
*Agwana
*Alpah
*Amlawat
*Andaar
*Ansari
*Anwaal
*Awaysi
*Ayasi

B

*Baadth
*Babal
*Babar
*Bachak
*Bachhal
*Bachra
*Badesha
*Badhan
*Badyal
*Bagaria
*Bagga
*Bagri
*Bahia (disambiguation)
*Baidwan
*Bains
*Bajaar/Bajad
*Bajwa
*Bajya
*Bal
*Bala
*Balhara
*Balyan
*Bamal
*Bamraulia
*Bana
*Bandechha
*Bansi
*Banwait
*Bargoti
*Barham
*Barhama
*Bariana
*Baring
*Barjati
*Barola
*Baryar/Bariar
*Baryana
*Bath/Badh
*Basati
*Bassi/Basi
*Basra
*Basrai
*Basran
*Baswan
*Batar
*Batra
*Batth
*Behar
*Beniwal
*Benipal
*Benning
*Bembi
*Bhadare
*Bhadiar
*Bhadu
*Bhakar
*Bhaker
*Bhal
*Bhalli
*Bhalothia
*Bhambu
*Bhangu/Bhangoo
*Bharhaich
*Bharat
*Bhari
*Bhati/Bhatti/Bhatia
*Bhattal
*Bhandal
*Bhela
*Bhichar/Bhinchar
*Bhind
*Bhinder
*Bhirman (also spelt Birhman)
*Bhoot
*Bhukar
*Bhullar
*Bhutta
*Bijarniya
*Billing
*Birringh
*Birdi
*Birdee
*Bogan/Boughan
*Boparai
*Barach
*Braich
*Brah
*Brar
*Brayna
*Briyah
*Budania
*Budhiyan
*Budhwar
*Bugaliya
*Bugga
*Burdak
*Buttar

C

*Chahal
*Chakkal
*Chatha
*Chauhan
*Chera
*Chhina
*Chhillar
*Chadhar
*Chughtai
*Chilka
*Chima
*Chahal
*Chhikara, Chikkara
*Chauhan
*Chhokar, Chokar
*Clair
*Chugh
*Curi
*Chadha
*Chaudhry
*Chohan
*Cooner

D

*Drall
*Dabas
*Dabra
*Dadhwal
*Dadra/Dadrai
*Dagur
*Dahiya
*Dalal
*Dandiwal
*Dangee
*Dangi
*Dangry
*Dara
*Dehr
*Dehal (Some people may elect to use 'Rakkar')
*Dengree
*Dev
*Deo
*Deol
*Deshwal
*Dha
*Dhadli
*Dhadwal
*Dhaka
*Dhaliwal
*Dhama
*Dhami
*Dhanesar
*Dhankhar
*Dhanoa
*Dharan
*Dharni
*Dhadwar
*Dhariwal
*Dhaliwal
*Dhatt
*Dhatarwal
*Dhatterwal
*Dhanda
*Dhaurelia
*Dheensa
*Dhengree
*Dhesi
*Dhull
*Dhind
*Dhindsa
*Dholia
*Dhonchak
*Dhoat
*Dhoot
*Dhuga
*Dookya
*Doad
*Dosanjh
*Dudi
*Duhan
*Duhra
*Duhoon
*Dulai
*Dulay
*Dullar
*Dollya
*Dyal

G

*Gadri
*Gahlot

*Gaina
*Gakhal
*Gandas
*Gandhar
*Garcha
*Garewal
*Grang
*Grewal
*Garhwal
*Gauria
*Gehlawat
*Ghag
*Ghangas
*Ghanesar
*Ghat
*Ghatwala
*Ghillon
*Ghotra
*Ghuman
*Ghurali
*Gill
*Godara
*Gora
*Goraya
*Gosal
*Goyat
*Goliyan
*Gulia
*Gundu
*Guron
*Gurm
*Gondal Jat
*Ghandham

H

*Hans
*Hanjra
*Hansra
*Hansrai
*Haral
*Hala
*Harar
*Hari
*Hanga
*Hayer
*Heer
*Hooda
*Hundal
*Hundle
*Hullai
*Hothi

I

*Igia
*Imeguh
*Inania
*Inaniya
*Indauliya
*Indauriya
*Indolia
*Indoliya
*Iniani
*Iniyani
*Iniyani
*Innaulia
*Intar
*Isharwal
*Isram
*Isran

J

*Jagal
*Jagdev
*Jaglan
*Jagpal
*Jajra
*Jakhar
*Jakhu
*Jande
*Jangwal
*Janmeja
*Janu
*Jassar
*Jatasra
*Jathoul
*Jatrana
*Jatri
*Jaswal
*Jawanda
*Jauhal
*Jethoo
*Jewlia
*Jhaal
*Jhaj
*Jhajharia
*Jhandi
*Jhammat
*Jhangra
*Jhinjar, Jhinger
*Jhuj
*Jhutti
*Jiani
*Joon
*Johal
*Josan
*Judge

K

*Kadian
*Kahlon
*Kailay
*Kaile
*Kailey
*Kajala
*Kak
*Kakkar
*Kakli
*Kakran
*Kaler
*Kalhan
*Kalirai
*Kaliramna
*Kalkat
*Kalkhande
*Kallo
*Kaloti
*Kalwaniya
*Kanda
*Kandola
*Kang
*Kareisa
*Keer
*Kalyal
*Khagwal
*Khangura
*Krishaniya
*Karwasra
*Kataria
*Kaswan
*Katewa
*Katewa
*Khurma
*Karri
*Kehal
*Khagwal
*Khainwar
*Khaira
*Kharal
*Khadda
*Khakh
*Khalia
*Khara
*Kharb
*Kharoud/Khroud
*Kharvel
*Khatkar
*Khattra
*Khela
*Khella
*Kherwa
*Khichad
*Khirwar
*Khokhar
*Khoja
*Khosa
*Khoye Maurya
*Khuber
*Khunkhun
*Kisana
*Kler
*Klair
*Konkon
*Kookana
*Kooner
*Kothari
*Kuhar
*Kular
*Kularia
*Kulhari
*Kundu
*Kukana
*Kuntal
*Khangura
*Kanwar

L

*Lakhan
*Lakhlan
*Lakha
*Lakhat
*Lakra
*Lal
*Lalli
*Lally
*Lail
*Lamba
*Lamoria
*Langrial
*Lasher
*Lather
*Latiyan
*Lathwal
*Laur
*Lehal
*Lehil
*Lehga
*Lengha
*Liddar
*Litt
*Loohach
*Lurka
*Laungia

M

*Maan
*Mand
*Manda
*Madrak
*Madahar
*Mahal
*Mahil
*Mahawal
*Mahla
*Maichu
*Makkar
*Maitla
*Majhail
*Malik
*Malhan
*Malhi
*Mander
*Maderna
*Mandeer
*Mandhan
*Mandiwal
*Manes
*Mangawa
*Mangat
*Marahar
*Masuta
*Matharu
*Maun
*Mavi
*Mehmi
*Mede
*Mehat
*Mahan
*Mehandian
*Mehria
*Meel
*Minocha
*Moit
*Mohar
*Mohil, Mahawalia, Mawalia, Maulia, Mahawal
*Monga
*Moond
*Moonga
*Mor, More
*Motsara
*Mundi
*Mungut
*Moondwadiya
*Michra
*Mattu
*Malanhans

N

*Naga
*Nagauria
*Nagi
*Nagyal
*Nagra
*Nahal
*Naich [ [http://wikipedia.org/wiki/Naich_Towns(Villages) ] ]
*Nain
*Nandal
*Nantaal
*Nauhwar
*Natt or Nat
*Nehal
*Nijjar
*Nirmann
*Nirwal
*Nitharwal
*Noon
*Nara
*Naen
*Nehra
*Nuri
*Narwan

O

*Ogra
*Ola
*Olakh
*Osan

P

*Pachar
*Pachehra
*Padda
*Pal
*Palak
*Palrwal
*Palsania
*Panag
*Panaich
*Panaych
*Pandher
*Panesar
*Panghal
*Pangli
*Pannu
*Pansota
*Panwar
*Paqreel
*Patrola
*Pattar
*Parihar
*Patial
*Paul
*Pawar
*Phagura
*Phalaswal
*Phangureh
*Phogat
*Phoolka
*Pilania
*Pilwal
*Pnaich
*Pooni
*Poria
*Potaysir
*Prihar
*Punnie
*Punial
*Punian
*Purewal
*Purwar

R

*Rai
*Rahil
*Raina
*Rajaura
*Rajawat
*Rajo
*Rajoana
*Rajian
*Rakkar (Some people use 'Dehal')
*Rana
*Randhawa
*Ranjha
*Ranu
*Rar
*Ranwa
*Rao
*Rasoda
*Rathore/Rath
*Rathi
*Ratoul/Rattol/Ratol
*Rawala
*Rawat
*Redhu
*Reen
*Rehal
*Rahan
*Repswal
*Riar
*Romana
*Rosha
*Rulania
*Rupal
*Rangi

S

*Sabarwal
*Sadhra
*Saharan
*Sahasi
*Sahi
*Sahota
*Sahota
*Saikhu
*Salakhyan
*Salar
*Samra
*Sandha
*Sandhar
*Sandhawalia
*Sandher
*Sandhu
*Sangha
*Sanghera
*Sangwan
*Sansanwal
*Sapra
*Sarai
*Sarwara
*Sall
*Saran
*Sarao
*Saroha
*Sehrawat
*Sehajpal
*Sehmi
*Sehole
*Sekhon
*Sejwal
*Sheokhand
*Sheoran
*Shahi
*Shergill
*Sheoran
*Shehiry
*Shokeen
*Shoker
*Shokhanda
*Sial
*Sibia
*Sidhu
*Sindhu
*singhal
*Sigroha
*Sihmar
*Sahota
*Sikarwar
*Sinsinwar
*Sirohi
*Siwach
*Smith
*Soban
*Sohal
*Sohi
*Somal
*Solanki
*Sooch
*Sra
*Sran
*Suhag
*Sumal
*Sundher
*Sunda
*Sunner
*Sorot

T

*Tangar
*Taliyan
*Turke
*Thadwal
*Taank
*Takhar
*Takshak
*Tanwar
*Tarar
*Tatla
*Tatran
*Teerwal
*Tevatia
*Thakran
*Thandi
*Tharoda
*Thathiala
*Thathaal
*Thenua
*Thind
*Thori
*Tiwana
*Tokas
*Tomar
*Tomara
*Toor
*Toora
*Toot
*Tuar
*Tung
*Turka
*Thiara

U

*Udhana
*Uijal
*Uppal
*Untal (also referred to as Dhaliwal/Dhariwal)

V

*Vaire
*Virk
*Virdi or Virdee
*vihan

W

*Wadhwa
*Wahlah
*Wainse
*Wander
*Waraich
*Waseer
*Withra

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