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Baisoya is a Sanskrit word, a portmanteau of bai (cotton) and soya (sleep). This term is said to be derived from an event when Karna Singh was returning from fighting a Muslim king in Ghazni in 972, and stopped to sleep in a cotton field during his travels home.
In Delhi some villages which have Baisoya community aliganj ,Purani Pilanji, Nayi Pilanji, Khairpur, Joodbagh, Garhi Jharia Maria. Jood Bagh village is located in Kotla Mubarakpur Village nayi Pilanji Bhadana gotra about 150 years past in Late Ch. Kalebadan Bhadana w/o smt Rishalo devi in five son's first Late Ch. Ramchand Bhadana Ch. Meherchnd Ch. Shrichand Ch. Grichand & Ch. Gunniram Bhadana first Bhadana Late Ch.Jhabbar Bhadana S/o Ch. Jhangir Bhadana Ch.Jhabbar Bhadana marride village Nayi Pilanji smt. Bhurlo devi sister in Ch.Bhura Baisoya Bhura Baisoya son's Late Ch.Dilshukh Baisoya Ch.Tirkha Baisoya. Village joor bagh tri nagar delhi.Ch. Sahil Basoya, Minal Basoya S/O Ch.Pawan Basoya Ch.Chaman Basoya Ch.Raman Basoya. Ch.Surender Basoya S/O late Ch. Balli Ram Basoya S/O Late Ch.Narayan Singh Basoya Village JOOR BAGH Tri Nagar Delhi.
s(south extn. new delhi).
Nayi Pilanji, Khairpur, Joodbagh are a chain of villages located near south extn. Although the literacy level is low but due to rising costs of land people in the community have created good sources of revenues for themselves.
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- Report of NDTV on Baisoya Gurjars of Kalka Garhi (a village in central Delhi) and their traditions including their ruling monarchs