Attri clan

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Attri is a clan or Gotra of Maha Rishi Attri. The people of this clan are predominantly Jats and Brahmans Attris live in all parts of India but mainly in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, and Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan.

Attri Jats have 60 villages in Aligarh District of Uttar Pradesh, including Ghanghauli, Zikarpur, Kheria, Jaidpura, Jattari, Hamidpur, Gharwara, Usrah, Nagar, Syaraul, Khandeha etc.

Zikarpur is the village where land acquisition protest was started on 14 August 2010.[citation needed] Ghanghauli and Syaraul are the best-known. Attri Jats are also known as Khaderiya. Khaderai and Nauhawar are brotherlike gotra's. Nauhwar have 100 villages.[citation needed]

Villages of Attri[edit]

Uttar Pradesh[edit]

Ghanghauli,Kurana, Jaidpura, Kheria Khurd, Shyaraul, Zikarpur, Hamidpur,Mour, Jattari, Usrah, Rasulpur, Khandeha, Gharbara In Aligarh District.[citation needed]

Manchad,Dansoli,Neemka,Kalakhuri & Udaipur in Gautam Budh Nagar District.[citation needed]

champatpur(chakhendi),rashulabad in fatehpur District.[citation needed]

Azizpur, Tumoula, Jaab In Mathura District.

Haryana[edit]

Villages well known as Mohna (Sub-tehsil,Faridabad), Jalhakaa, and Anchera Khurd ( Jind ) are also known as Attri Jat villages.

References[edit]

the villages Bajeena, Dhani Mahu, Kairu, Legha, Kusumbi, Keharpura, Kohad, Malws, Pohkarwas, Patharvali are also of Atri gotra Brahmanas and their Shasan is Badiwal Mota.