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Bhoot (भूत) (Bhut) is Gotra of Jats found in Ratlam district in Madhya Pradesh. Bhut (भूत) (Bhuta, Bhutta) Jat clan is found in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. [1]

Origin

List of the Mahabharata tribes includes Bhuta (भूत) (XIV.8.5), (XIV.8)

History

The Bhut tribe found in the Sādiqābād kaārdāri of Bahawalpur where they are landowners and tenants. They are formed from two distinct groups, one a Baloch, the other a Jat sept, the former being few, and the latter numerous. The Bhut Jats are possibly a branch of the Abrahs, with whom they intermarry, but they are also said to be a branch of the Bhattis. [2]

In Mahavansa

Bhuta - Mahavansa/Chapter 10 writes ...Ten years after his consecration did Pandukabhaya the over the whole of the island of Lanka . With Kalavela and Cittaraja, who were visible (in bodily form) the prince enjoyed his good fortune, he who had Yakkhas and Bhutas for friends. Between the king Pandukabhaya and Abhaya were seventeen years without a king.

Mahavansa/Chapter 36 tells....After the death of Bhatika Tissa (his younger brother) Kanittha Tissa reigned eighteen years in the island of Lankä. Since he was well pleased with the thera Mahanaga in the Bhutarama he built for him in splendid fashion the Ratanapasada in the Abhayagiri. Moreover, he built in the Abhayagiri a wall and a great parivena and a great parivena besides in the (vihara) called Manisoma. In that place he built a temple for the cetiya and in like manner for the Ambatthala-thupa; and (he ordered) the restoration of the temple in Nagadipa. Doing away with the boundary of the Mahavihara, the king built there the row of cells (called) Kukkutagiri with all things provided. In the Mahävihãra the ruler of men built twelve great four-sided pasadas, admirable to see and beautiful, aria he added a mantling to the thupa of the Dakkhinavihara, and a refectory besides, doing away with the boundary of the Mahameghavana. And moving the wall of the Mahavihära to the side, he also made a road leading to the Dakkhinavihara. He built the Bhutaramavihara and the Ramagonaka, and the arama of Nandatissa besides.

In Mahabharata

Bhuta (भूत) in Mahabharata (XIV.8.5)

Bhutilaya (भूतिलय) in Mahabharata (VIII.30.42)


Aswamedha Parva, Mahabharata/Book 14 Chapter 8 mentions names Shiva. Bhuta (भूत) is mentioned in Mahabharata (XIV.8.5).[3]


Karna Parva/Mahabharata Book VIII Chapter 30 mentions the tribes who are not followers of Brahmanism. Bhutilaya (भूतिलय) is mentioned in Mahabharata (VIII.30.42).[4]....'How can one go to heaven, having drunk milk in the town called Yugandhara, and resided in the place called Achyutasthala, and bathed in the spot called Bhutilaya?

भूतलय

भूतलय (AS, p.675): महाभारत में वर्णित एक अपवित्र स्थान-- 'युगंधरे दधिप्राश्य उषित्वा चाच्युतस्थले, तद्वद्भूतलये स्नातवा वस्तुमर्हसि' वनपर्व 129,9. धर्मशास्त्र के अनुसार इस दूषित ग्राम में रहने मात्र से प्रजापत्य-व्रत करने की आवश्यकता थी-- 'प्रोष्य भूतलये विप्र:प्रजापत्यं व्रतं चरेत्'. श्री चि. वि. वैद्य के मत में यह स्थान यमुना नदी के तट पर था क्योंकि वन पर्व 129,13 में इसी प्रसंग के अंतर्गत प्लक्षावतरण का वर्णन है जिसे 'यमुनातीर्थमुत्तम्' कहा गया है. [5]

Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

Villages in Ratlam district

Villages in Ratlam with population of this gotra are:

Dodiana (8), Hanumanpalia (2), Sikhedi (1),

Notable Persons

External Links

References

  1. A glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North-West Frontier Province By H.A. Rose Vol II/B , p.109
  2. A glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North-West Frontier Province By H.A. Rose Vol II/B , p.109
  3. भूतानि च पिशाचाश चनासत्याव अश्विनाव अपि, गन्धर्वाप्सरसश चैव यक्षा थेवर्षयस तदा (XIV.8.5)
  4. युगं धरे पयः पीत्वा परॊष्य चाप्य अच्युतस्थले, तथ्वथ भूतिलये सनात्वा कदं सवर्गं गमिष्यति (VIII.30.42)
  5. Aitihasik Sthanavali by Vijayendra Kumar Mathur, p.675

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