- Saj is also name of a tree: Terminalia alata which is also known by names Hindi - Asna, Sain, Marathi - Saj.
- Rajatarangini mentions about warrior Sajja. (Book VII,p.170) (Sajja→Saj)
Ram Swarup Joon writes about Sahi, Saj and Sand: Sahi is a very old gotra and people belonging to Saj and Sand gotras consider themselves to be the descendants of Mann gotra Jat Muslims belonging to these gotras are found in Multan and Gujrat districts of the Western Punjab.
The people belonging to Saj and Sand gotras consider themselves to be the descendants of Mann gotra. Jat Muslims belonging to this gotras are found in Multan and Gujrat districts of the Western Punjab. 
Al Idrisi mentions that The greatest king of India is the Balhará, which signifies "king of kings." After him comes the Makamkam, whose country is Sáj. Next the king of Sáfan or Tában, then the king of Jába, then the king of Juzr, and then the king of Kámrún, whose states touch China.
Rajatarangini mentions about rebellion at Parihasapura against Tungga, Sajja and others were requested by the Brahmanas to join the conspiracy for the overthrow of the king, (Book VII,p.170) (Sajja→Saj)
Rajatarangini tells that ...After the death of Uchchala, when Bhikshachara became king in 1120 AD, the servants of the state, like hunters, again oppressed the people..... Sajjaka, lord of Sheḍḍarājasthāna, armed himself with rustic weapons and subdued some powerless enemies. (p.49)
Rajatarangini tells that ...When he fled, Prithvihara who was at the village of Hāmigrāma came unexpectedly and defeated the hero Sajjaka. Sajjaka fled and the cruel and powerful Prithvihara pursued him. Prithvihara burnt Nagamatha near the city and returned. He and other cruel Damaras made away with the horses of the king and those of the king's men and of the spies. (p.57)
Rajatarangini tells - The corpse of the late king Sussala was impiously guarded [against cremation] by the Lavanya guards attached to Bhikshu. Sajjaka, a warrior, who lived in the city, thought of the corpse of his late master which had fallen into the hands of the enemy, and moved by gratitude, he came to Vashtuka, on the pretext of seeing the body. (p.125)
Distribution in Punjab
Distribution in Pakistan
Notable persons from this clan
- Ram Swarup Joon: History of the Jats/Chapter V, p. 99
- Ram Sarup Joon: History of the Jats/Chapter V,p.99
- Sir H. M. Elliot: The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians/VIII. Al Idrísí,pp.75-76
- Kings of Kashmira Vol 2 (Rajatarangini of Kalhana)/Book VIII,(p.49)
- Kings of Kashmira Vol 2 (Rajatarangini of Kalhana)/Book VIII,(p.57)
- Kings of Kashmira Vol 2 (Rajatarangini of Kalhana)/Book VIII (i),p.125
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