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Konth (कोंठ) Kont (कोंट)[1] Kaunt (कोंट)[2][3] Koont (कूँट) Kunt (कूँट) is a Jat gotra which is not widespread. They are found in Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.


The Mahabharata Tribe - Kunata (कुनटा) is Mentioned in 'geography' Mahabharata (VI. 10.50).

शका निषाथा निषधास तदैवानर्तनैरृताः
थुगूलाः परतिमत्स्याश च कुशलाः कुनटास तदा (VI. 10.50)
The Mahabharata Tribe - Kunata (कुनटा) may be identified with Jat Gotra - Kunt (कूँट) who live in Jaipur district in Rajasthan and Kont (कोंट) who live in Uttar Pradesh.

Kontari village

Origin from Trigartas

Maheswari Prasad consider this gotra to have originated from ancient Trigarta clan named Kauṇḍoparastha. He[4] writes that it appears that at the time of the final redaction of the Mahabharata the tradition of the six important clans of the Trigartas was well established. It is carious to note that in connection with the application of a suffix Panini makes a reference to the Damini (दामिनी) group and the six Trigartas (दामन्यादि त्रिगर्तसष्टाच्छ: v.3.116). On the basis of an ancient verse the Kashika commentary names these as Kauṇḍoparastha (कौण्डोपरस्थ) , Dāṇḍakī (दाण्डकी), Krauṣṭakī (क्रौष्टकी), Jālamāni (जालमानि), Brahmagupta (ब्रह्मगुप्त), and Jānaki (जानकी). These communities mentioned in the grammatical literature can be identified with following Jat Gotra names:

  • (3) Dāṇḍakī (दाण्डकी): Dangi,
  • (5) Jālamāni (जालमानि): Jali,

Distribution in Uttar Pradesh

Konth (कोंठ) Jats live in only known village is Nangla Musa, situated some 5 kms from Modinagar in UP.

Distribution in Rajasthan

Koont (कूँट) gotra Jats live in Jaipur district in Rajasthan.

Locations in Jaipur city

Ganesh Colony (Khatipura),

Villages in Sikar district

Kunt (कूँट) gotra Jats live in villages


Villages in Nagaur district

Kunt (कूँट) gotra Jats live in villages Payali, Chandi Makrana[5],

Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

Villages in Harda district


Distribution in Punjab

Villages in Gurdaspur district

Villages in Hoshiarpur district

External Links


  1. Dr Ompal Singh Tugania: Jat Samuday ke Pramukh Adhar Bindu, p.32,sn-388.
  2. Dr Pema Ram:‎Rajasthan Ke Jaton Ka Itihas, p.297
  3. Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, SN क-192
  4. Maheswari Prasad, “Jats in Ancient India”:The Jats, Ed. Dr Vir Singh, Vol.I, p. 26
  5. User: Sureshkudi24

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