Jaria

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Jaria (जरिया)[1][2] (Jariya, Juria) is gotra of Jats found in Punjab , Haryana & Rajasthan. [3] Jaria (जरिया), a sept of Jats found in Jind.[4] They are branch of Gathwala Malik.

Origin

History

Jharia is a sub division of Lal.[5][6]

Hukum Singh Panwar considers the Jaria tribe to be of Scythic origin and belonging to Huna tribes who merged into the Jats. [7]

H.A. Rose[8] writes that Jaria (जरिया), a sept of Jats found in Jind. In that state five gots of Jats derive their names from as many parts of the beri tree, viz. :

(i) Rangi, from the rang, or bark of the beri tree used for dyeing,
(ii) Jaria, from jar, the root,
(iii) Beria, from ber, the fruit,
(iv) Jhari, or seedlings, and
(v) Khichar, or bud.

These five gots may however intermarry and are, collectively, called Jaria, which is also said to be derived from jora and to mean ' twin.'

Hukum Singh Panwar (Pauria) [9] states that The Ephthalites (White Hunas), who came to India, comprised the Xun, (Jun) Hala, Halan, Jouan/Jouen, Jaria and Jauval or Johl tribes of Scythic origin. 116 one. Strenuous efforts were made by Virkas, Aulikaras and Dharanas (Jat tribes) to turn out and exterminatet the Huns from India, and yet some of the Huna tribes seem have been absorbed in the Jats. The existence of Joon, Hala, Hoon, Halani, Juria, Johl and Johi among the Jats leads us to surmise that the above mentioned Ephthalmite tribes, who must have managed to stay in North-Western India merged with the Jats and retained their ethnonyms.

Distribution in Punjab

Jaria population is 930 in Patiala district.[10]

Distribution in Haryana

They are found in Jind district in Haryana. [11]

Distribution in Rajasthan

Villages in Churu district

They are found in Churu district in Rajasthan. [12],[13]

Villages in Nagaur district

Palri Kalan,

Notable persons

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