Jarral

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This article is about the tribe. For the Union Council, see Jarral Shareef.

The Jarral Rajputs (Urdu: جـرال راجپوت‎, also spelled Jaral. Jarral, Jerral) are a Muslim Rajput tribe of Azad Kashmir and Punjab provinces of Pakistan.

Jarral Rajputs claim to be descendants of the Pandavas. They are named after their apical ancestor, Raja Jir Rao, a Rajput descendant of the Pandavas referred to in the ancient Indian epic, the Mahabharata.

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