Dabas is a Jat Gotra (a clan of the Jatt Caste), contributing the "Dabas" family name to its members. They have 16 villages in Delhi, in the neighborhood of Dahiya Jats and have intimate relations with the latter. They are not descendants of Dahiya Jats but came along with them from Rajputana.
Names of Villages where Dabas lived
Delhi Villages: Rani Khera, Mubarik Pur, Madan Pur, Rasul Pur, Kanjhawala, Ladpur, Pooth Khurd, Sultan Pur, Barwala, Majra Dabas, Chand Pur, Chand Pur Khurd, Gheora, Sawda, Jat Khor, Galib Pur.
Haryana Villages: Kultana, Mohhamadpur Majra, Girawar, Shekhu Pur, Budana, Gumar, Sheeol
Rajasthan Villages: Majra, Mohmadpur Majra, Bhanot, Sarai Kalan. Toderpur, Joga Badh (District Alwar), Shahpura, Dhani Baldev, Dhani Dabason Wali, Dhani Tajaji and Ram pura (District Jaipur).
Dagur or Digrana is a clan or gotra of Jats found in Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in India.
Dahiya is a gotra of jats found in Rajasthan, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in India. They are solar race kshatriyas. They are descendants of Dadhichi Rishi. According to James Tod Dahiyas had a war with Alexander the Great. At that time they were settled on the banks of Sindhu and Sutlej rivers. This is a major branch of Puru. The Dahiya clan took part in the Mahabharata. At that time they were living in the Southern part of China. According to Todd's Rajasthan (based upon the writings of Justin and Herodotus), thousands of years before Christ, the Dahiya Mahajati tribe lived on the eastern bank of the River Sihun (Oxus). The Heir, Bhullar and Sihag sub-tribes lived in the adjoining country. The Dahiya Jats took part in the battle between Darius and Alexander.
There is mention of Dahiyas in Vishnu Puran. The Chinese historians mentioned them as Ta-Hia.
An inscription of year 999 AD, in the temple of Kevay Goddess, at village Kinsaria near Jodhpur shows that Dahiyas have originated from Dadhichi Rishi. The chronology of the rulers of Dahiya clan is as under: Dadhichi, Vimal Raja, Sivar, Kulkhat, Atar, Ajayvah, Vijayvah, Susal, Shalivahan, Narwad, Choohad, Deoraj, Gunrang, Kadavarao, Kirti Singh, Bairi Singh, Chachcha Rana.
The above temple was constructed by Chachcha Rana and inscription engraved on it on 22 April 969. The second inscription was by Rana Jagdhar in memory of his father Rana Vikram Singh and mother Naila on pillar near Matamandir dated 9 June 1243. The third inscription dated 26 April 1215 was by Jayant Singh son of Param Singh Dahiya and grandson of Mahamandaleshwar Rana Karhwa Rao Dahiya at village Salana near Bharaut in Jodhpur state. The descendants of Rana Karhwa Rao are known as Karhwasra.
Regarding the place of origin of Dahiyas Muhnot Nainsi has mentioned Dahiyas to be native of Thal Nergarh, Sachaur, Vali, Pali, Jaswantpur, Malani villages on the banks of Godavari near Nasik Trimbak.
Presently Dahiyas inhabit Harsare, Maroth, Parbatsar and Deravar villages in Jodhpur region. Dahiyas constructed the Jalaur fort in princely state of Jodhpur. Majlis Singh founded Dahiyabhar village in Jodhpur.
They ruled over Rajgarh territory. Some Dahiya Jats who lived in Rajasthan mixed up with the Rajputs and was therefore called Rajputs. They have 12 villages near Rupar. Some of them became coverts to Islam but were still called Rajputs, and some living in the Rohtak district have been by mistake called Chauhans by their bards.
There are 40 villages of Dahiyas in Sonipat district in Haryana. Dahiyas are known as ‘Rana Dahiya Badshah’ here. Barauna kheda village of Dahiyas is the oldest one from where Dahiyas spread to other places. In Rohtak/sonipat districts Sidhauli, Narabhari, Halalpur, Pipli, Kidauli, Prahladpur, Mandaura, Mandauri, Thana, Bhadana, Sehat, Kakrai etc villages are of Dahiya.
In Uttar Pradesh Vana Jhijhokar, Bhojpur villages of Meerut district, Lakkhuwala, Niyampur, Timirpur, Sikanderpur, Mirjapur, Jasmaura, Prithvipur villages of Bijnor district, Noonangali of Muzaffarnagar district, Nawada of Saharanpur district, village Rajpur near Saudhara of Ambala district are Dahiya villages.
Dalal is clan or gotra of Jats found in Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. Dalal Jats established Kuchesar princely state in Uttar Pradesh in India. Kuchesar town is situated in present Bulandshahr district located at a distance of 80 km from Delhi. The Jat rulers of Kuchesar, who hail from Mandoti in Haryana, built their mud-fort somewhere in the mid 18th century. The Mud Fort of Kuchesar tells of the chequered history of the Jats who vied with the Sikhs, Marathas, Rohillas & Rajputs as well as French adventurers and the British East India Company, to fill the vacuum of the declining Mughal power. Around 1630 Dalal gotra Jats inhabited this area. Bhual, Jagram, Jatmal and Gurva were four brothers in Dalal gotra Jat family who founded the Kuchesar state.
Deol is a clan or gotra of Jats in Punjab, India.
Deshwal is a gotra of Jats found in Punjab and Haryana in India. This gotra is even smaller than the Dalal gotra and people belonging to this gotra are found scattered all over Haryana. They have a few villages in Bhatinda and some in Bahawalpur State and Rohtak.
Dhariwal or Dharan is a gotra found in Jats and Brahmans in India. One branch of the Mudgals was called Dharan. At present there are Dharan Jats as well as Brahmins. Later on, These people were known as Dhariwals.
Dhaliwal is a caste in the Jat Sikh community in the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. The community got its name from the village named Dhaliwal. Most people from the village used to add Dhaliwal to the end of their names. Many relocated from Dhaliwal to various parts of the world and kept the Dhaliwal surname.
Dhauyla is a gotra of Jats found in Rajasthan. Dhaulyas were rulers in Kishangarh and Marwar much before the rule of Rathores. The most renowned person in Dhaulya gotra was Tejaji or Veer Teja. He was born in 1074. Rajasthan was ruled at that time by small states, which were divided into castes. Tejaji’s father was Taharji who was chieftain of Khirnal. His rule spread from Khirnal to Roopnagar. Their neighbouring state was that of Nagas. Nagas had been eradicated from Nagaur. Gujars were rejected in Bhinmal. Meenas were rulers in various parts of Jaipur. Tejaji was married in Paner, which was situated on the banks of Banas River in Jaipur region.
Dhillon is a gotra or surname found in the Jat community in India.
Yudhishtra, ruler of Hastinapur and Indraprastha, later known as Delhi. The third ruling Jat dynasty in this line was Dhillon whose descendants are the present Jat gotras. Dhillon, Dhilwal and Dhill.
Swami Dayanand Saraswati has, in his book Satyarth Prakash, quoted from the famous book Chadrika Pushtika that from Yudhishtra to Harsh Vardhan, 124 rulers ruled for 4257 years 9 months and 14 Days. Six dynasties ruled during this period. The first three dynasties had their capitals in Hastinapur, Indraprastha and Kausambi. During the reign of the fourth generation, the capital was changed to Magadh. It is also mentioned that during the reign of the fourth generation of Yudhisthra, Hastinapur was destroyed doe to changes in the course of the River Ganga. The Dhillon Dynasty founded Delhi and ruled there from 800 BC to 283 BC.
This book describes the Dhillon Jat rule from 800 B.C. To 350 BC. Dhillon is a big Jat gotra and is not found in any other community. A major part of this gotra adopted the Sikh faith."
The Dhillons are called the descendants of King Kama. There was a King Kama in the Bhin-baroliya gotra too.
According to Radhe Lal, who quotes 'Waqiate-panch Hazarsala, 800 years before Christ ,13 rulers of Dhillon gotra - ruled for about 450 years. Their names are Birmaha, Mahaval, Sarupval, or Suryaval,Birsan, Sanghamia or Manipal, Singhpal or Kalik, Tejpal or Jitmal, Kamsen, or Kamdhan Birsen II, Udai Bhutt or Drutyaketu . It is after the name of Dhillon that we have the word Dhilli or Delhi.
Dudi or Dudee or Duddy is a gotra of Jats found in Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh in India. Dudi gotra is also found in Bhati Rajputs, Sikhs, Muslims, Buddhists and Bishnois.
Dudi is an old jat Gotra of Ramayana period. Dudis are Naga Vanshi, Shiv gotri jats. Dudis are considered to be the descendents of Duda Rishi. The Naga Vanshi are union of Suryavanshi & Chandravanshi kshatriyas. Nagraj Vashuki was a king during Ramyana period of Bhogvati puri. Those jats who were followers of Lord Shiva and adopted the flag of Shiva symbol of Snake called Naga. Main branches of Nagavanshi Jats are Vasati Jats of Shrimalpur; Taksakh, Taxak, Tokas jats of Taxila; Punia of Rajgarh, Rajasthan India.