Jat communities also exist in , in Sindh, particularly the and among -speaking communities in southern Pakistani Punjab, the of Balochistan and the of the. . In other words, the new regime in the eighth and ninth centuries did not abrogate discriminatory regulations dating from a period of Hindu sovereignty; rather, it maintained them. F: Faqartadari, Faqrakh G: Gabhal, Gabir, Gadarah, Gadari, Gadwar, Gagrah, Gal, Galhar, Galwatrah, Gandu, Gandia, Gangah, Ganj, Ganwan, Ganwanen, Ganwen, Ganwari, Garalwal, Grewal, or Garewal, Garhar, Gat, Gatab, Gawaria, Gazdar, Gazzi, Gelan, Gendas, Ghagah, Ghagrah, Ghalo, Ghalo Kanjanarah, Ghalowaknun, Ghaman, Ghan, Ghanghas, Ghatwal, Ghumman, Gill, Gir, Girwanh, Godara, Gohra, Goj, Golia, Gondal, Gopalak, Gopa Rai, Gor, Gorae, Gorah, Goratah, Goraya, Gori, Goria, Goron, Gorwah, Gosal, Grewal, Guda, Gujjral, Guraha. Infact before the Sikh invasion Multan had been always a part of Sindh. The Islamic rulers, though professing a theologically egalitarian religion, did not alter either the non-elite status of Jats or the discriminatory practices against them that had been put in place in the long period of Hindu rule in Sind. According to and : Upstart warriors, Marathas, Jats, and the like, as coherent social groups with military and governing ideals, were themselves a product of the Mughal context, which recognized them and provided them with military and governing experience.
Originally in the lower -valley of , Jats migrated north into the , , , and the western in times. According to Christopher Bayly: This was a society where Brahmins were few and male Jats married into the whole range of lower agricultural and entrepreneurial castes. Notable people who bear the name and may or may not be associated with the clan include: The other high caste families reverted back to using the surnames in use before they became Sikhs and these included the low caste Ramgharias as well. They were numbered at around 36, 000 in a 1881 census. Sidhu The Tantrey caste is derived from this origin.
Thus, a man born Sandeep Brar should become Sandeep Singh but more likely will become Sandeep Singh Brar. Punjab means land of five rivers, anyone who lives in Punjab, is a Punjabi, a person who lives in land of five rivers, regardless of his race or ethnicity. Jats are historically land-owners, farmers or warriors. I am from Lahore, Pakistan. You can easily ask any Virdi and he or she would say that she is a ramgharia.
I've met Muslims with last names Cheema, Sandhu, etc. Economic differentiation, migration and mobility could be clearly noticed amongst the Jat people. Always ready to accept new scientific knowledge. The four million Jat of Pakistan are mainly Muslim; the nearly six million Jat of India are mostly divided into two large castes of about equal strength: one Sikh, concentrated in Punjab, the other Hindu. Before Banda Singh, he probably tilled land under some Mughal Zamindar.
The Rajputs, Jats, Dogras, Pathans, Gorkhas, and Sikhs, for example, were considered martial races. Many new rulers of the 18th century came from such martial and nomadic backgrounds. They all sit on the side and collect checks from bhaiyyas renting out their land and actually farming. There is a Thandi pind near Nawanshahr named Daulatpur, along with the Thandian pind by Banga. Today this clan has its highest prominence in Faridkot dist. Ahluwalias are in more exalted commercial enterprise particularly in government service where many have achieved notable success.
What makes the Jatt a different breed? Caste- or nobility-based surnames are therefore not allowed for Sikhs. Clan system The Jat people are subdivided into numerous clans, some of which overlap with other groups. Sikh given names are gender neutral, generally formed of a prefix and a suffix ex. In this way it was largely used in official times when the British demanded they give a surname for official records, it later became a way of identifying where a person came from. I have friends all of them use Singh as last name even girls.
For example, some Jatt tribes came from Persia, some from the Scythian Empire, some from even Iraq. Primarily of Hindu, Muslim and Sikh faiths, they now live mostly in the of , , , and and the Pakistani provinces of and. In Rajatarigini the Tantrin Consequence are the soldiers. Com Over of the Jatts pardon Punjabi and almost all of them are non-vegetarians. The British Empire and the Second World War.
From what I understand, Jutts are genetically related to each other by blood, but they might have blood of other ethnicities in them too, because people marry outside from their ethnicities , especially in Urban areas. खेती करने वाला भी जाट है. Sangat Singh a 'mazbhi' Sikh saved Sahibzada Ajit Singh's life by sacrificing his own after the siege of Anandpur Sahib, and begged Guru Gobind Singh to make martyrs of them while many others cowered in what was, in a way, a repeat of the first ever Vaisakhi. काश कोई धर्म ना होता. S: Sabrahi, Sadhana, Sadho, Sadhra, Sagal, Sahansi, Saharan, Sahol, Sahon, Sahota, Sahrawat, Sahwal, Sajra, Sakhra, Salahah, Salotra, Samdarani, Samejah, Samor, Samra, Samrae, San, Sanbhal, Sanda, Sandah, Sandelah, Sandhal, Sandhar, Sandhi, Sandho, Sandhu, Sandi, Sangah, Sange, Sangere, Sanghera, Sanghi, Sangi, Sangoke, Sangrah, Sangrota, Sangwan, Sani, Sankhalan, Sanmoranah, Sanond, Sansi, Sapra, Sarai, Saran, Sarao, Sarawat, Saraye, Sardiye, Sargana, Sarlah, Saroiah, Sarot, Sarsar, Sarwar, Sarwi, Sategrah, Sathar, Satiar, Satwahan, Saunan, Segar, Segrah, Sehi, Sekan, Sekhu or Sekhon, Sekun, Semi, Seni, Serah, Seti, Sewarah, Sewari, Shajra, Shekhon, Shekhra, Shergill, Sheroran, Sian, Siar, Sibia, Sidhu, or Sidhu-Barar, Sindhu, or Sandhu, Sinhmar, Soha, Sohal, Sohi, Sojani, Solgi, Solkah, Somal, Sonal, Sontra, Soro, Sotbah, Sotrak, Suda, Sumal, Sumra, Sura, Surwat, Swanch. It was these zemindars who gained most from these rebellions, increasing the land under their control. I've met more Jatts doing non-labor jobs in Amreeka and Kaneda than farming nobly in Punjab.