Muslim Jat clans of Jalandhar Division

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Below is a list of Muslim Jat clans and their population of the Jullundur Division of the Punjab province copied from various district and provincial gazetteers of British India dating from 1908, 1912, and 1931.

In 1908, this division consisted of five districts, Jullundur, Ludhiana, Hoshiarpur, Firozpur, and Kangra and a number of Princely states.[1]

Jalandhar District

The total Muslim Jat population of the district, according to the 1931 Census of India, was 20,879 (11%) out of a total population of 193,921. According to the 1911 census, the following were the principal Muslim Jat clans:[2]

Tribe Jalandhar Tehsil Nakodar Tehsil Phillaur Tehsil Nawanshahr Tehsil Total
Atwal 204 30 17 251
Bains 267 267
Bajwa 18 18
Basi 25 25
Bhullar 82 82
Chahal 6 6
Dhariwal 59 79 19 55 212
Dhillon 117 68 186
Dhindsa 37 37
Ghumman 99 99
Gill 283 86 369
Heer 134 18 7 35 194
Johal 12 12
Kang 211 171 67 449
Mahil 2 15 17
Maan 194 82 25 103 404
Randhawa 117 15 15 147
Sahi 55 55
Sahotra 27 14 73 114
Samra 129 129
Sandhu 267 299 19 35 620
Sangere 3 61 56 120
Sarai 154 19 173
Sidhu 413 199 11 623
Sohal 13 14 27
Virk 46 46

Firozpur District

The total Muslim Jat population of the district, according to the 1931 Census of India, was 34,349 (12%) out of a total population of 282,629. According to 1911 census, the following were the principal Muslim Jat clans:[3]

Tribe Firozpur Tehsil Zira Tehsil Moga Tehsil Muktsar tehsil Fazilka Tehsil Total
Bhullar 38 470 10 518
Bhatti 118 39 48 307 132 644
Chahal 394 263 332 84 102 1,175
Cheema 26 23 51
Dhariwal 22 22 196 25 265
Dhillon 441 16 457
Gill 415 307 294 375 205 1,596
Johal 24 17 19 58
Joiya 415 15 55 62 547
Kang 477 12 489
Mahil
Maan 370 88 478
Pannun 14 14 18 46
Rai 29 29
Randhawa 448 448
Sandhu 113 322 435
Sangha 3 35 38
Sarai 224 224
Sidhu 116 84 268 134 612 1,214
Virk 273 124 28 425

Ludhiana District

The total Muslim Jat population of the district, according to the 1931 Census of India, was 23,958 (10%) out of a total population of 239,140. According to the 1911 census, the following were the principal Muslim Jat clans:[4]

Tribe Ludhiana Tehsil Samrala Tehsil Jagraon Tehsil Total
Aulakh 16 16
Bains 9 58 2 69
Bal 1 28 29
Bhangu 24 12 36
Bhullar 76 141 217
Buttar 62 2 64
Chahal 85 104 189
Cheema 20 42 8 70
Deo 19 19
Dhariwal 205 72 277
Dhillon 223 413 73 709
Dhindsa 5 65 3 73
Garewal 208 724 30 962
Gill 109 94 68 271
Heer 419 94 513
Kang 96 96
Maan 518 388 39 945
Mangat 453 388 841
Samra 15 15
Sandhu 277 190 27 503
Sarai 20 11 31
Sidhu 104 258 125 487
Thind 32 15 15 62
Virk 21 21
Waraich 63 33 96

Hoshiarpur District

The total Muslim Jat population of the district, according to the 1931 Census of India, was 23,094 (15%) out of a total population of 154,221. According to the 1911 census, the following were the principal Muslim Jat clans:[5]

Tribe Hoshiarpur Tehsil Dasuya Tehsil Garhshanker Tehsil Una Tehsil Total
Atwal 13 22 35
Bains 89 396 104 2 591
Chahal 72 33 3 108
Dhariwal 36 1 8 45
Dhillon 31 31
Gill 407 214 16 637
Heer 322 69 48 439
Kang 27 383 75 488
Maan 29 31 107 167
Mahil 1 19 1 21
Randhawa 7 59 30 96
Sahotra 46 24 70
Sandhu 199 361 85 645
Sidhu 84 266 350
Sohal 5 612 29 646

Kapurthala State

According to the 1911 census, the following were the principal Muslim Jat clans:

Nabha State

According to the 1911 census, the following were the principal Muslim Jat clans:

Jind State

According to the 1911 census, the following were the principal Muslim Jat clans:

Tribe Population
Bhullar 12
Chahal 100
Ghatwala 15
Gill 31
Phogat 57
Sahrawat 13
Sarao 13
Sidhu 15

Patiala State

The total Muslim Jat population of the state, according to the 1931 Census of India, was 17,695 (4%) out of a total population of 458,597. According to the 1911 census, the following were the principal Muslim Jat clans:[6]

Tribe Population
Atwal 65
Aulakh 14
Aujla 107
Auntal 274
Bains 439
Bagar 21
Baidwan 13
Bajwa 25
Bandechha 25
Bandhel 10
Basati 120
Bandar 90
Basati 120
Bator 33
Bhaniwal (115)
Bhangu 94
Bhatti 772
Bhullar 51
Birk 37
Bole 48
Bore 102
Buttar 66
Chahal 401
Chande 10
Chatha 101
Chauhan 52
Cheema 107
Deo 16
Dhariwal 313
Dhandhe 141
Dhawe 10
Dhillon 328
Dhindsa 201
Dullat 13
Gadra 77
Gandhu 157
Ghumman 61
Gill 422
Godara 45
Gurne 48
Hari 49
Heer 89
Janjhar 223
Jassar 19
Jawana ( 150
Jawanda 34
Jhalli 219
Kali Raune 95
Kandoe 24
Kang 325
Khaira 84
Khatri 28
Lahar 43
Maan 820
Mahil 41
Maindal 22
Mandahar 401
Mander 59
Mandi 41
Mangat 616
Marhal 280
Nagra 66
Nain 38
Narwan 41
Pawania 145
Punia 81
Randhawa 187
Raparia 70
Rattiwal 37
Samra 30
Sandhu 1,303
Sarai 258
Sarwara 58
Sidhu 860
Sodhi 65
Sohal 67
Sohi 42
Thind 570
Tiwana 216
Uppal 62
Waraich 11

References

  1. Imperial Gazetteer of India, Provincial Series, Punjab, Volume 1: The Province; Mountains, Rivers, Canals, and Historic Areas; and the Delhi and Jullundur Divisions, Calcutta: Superintendent of Government Printing, 1908, http://www.new.dli.gov.in/scripts/FullindexDefault.htm?path1=/data51/upload/0020/317&first=1&last=492&barcode=99999990839742 
  2. Jullumder District Gazetteer Part B 1912 Table 15
  3. Firozpur District Gazetteer Part B 1912 Table 15
  4. Ludhiana District Gazetteer Part B 1912 Table 15
  5. Hoshiarpur District Gazetteer Part B 1912 Table 15 pages xxx to xxxi
  6. Patiala State Gazetteer Part B 1912 Table 15 pages xlvi to lxv