Jat Sikh clans of the Lahore Division

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Below is a list of Jatt Sikh clans and their population of the Lahore Division Division of Punjab, drawn up for 1911 Census of India. In 1908, this division consisted of six districts, Lahore, Amritsar, Gurdaspur, Gujranwala, Sialkot and Montgomery.[1]

Sialkot District[edit]

The total Jat population was according to the 1931 Census of India was 237,575 of which Jatt Sikhs were 65,639 or about 28% of the total population. According to the 1911 Census, there main clans were as follows:[2]

Tribe Sialkot Tehsil Pasrur Tehsil Zaffarwal Tehsil Raya[disambiguation needed] Tehsil Daska Tehsil Total
Ahluwalia 873 2 4 879
Aulakh 160 110 31 302
Bains 5 18 85 108
Bajwa 612 2,908 1,012 5,284 222 10,038
Basra 6 629 685 1,320
Cheema 291 340 24 371 2,957 3,983
Deo 23 96 800 880 1,799
Dhariwal 50 71 29 438 12 600
Dhillon 97 305 37 84 318 841
Dhindsa 6 600 5 21 3 635
Ghumman 2,099 353 47 83 732 3,314
Gill 219 341 44 813 34 1,451
Hanjra 26 30 46 144 159 405
Heer 139 139
Kahlon 148 888 799 17 1,852
Kang 11 6 110 167 358
Lidhar 11 2 136 149
Maan 108 15 71 294
Nagra 109 941 38 21 99 1,208
Pannun 7 142 63 64 276
Randhawa 51 195 25 1,033 49 1,323
Sahi 10 64 7 7 1,019 1,107
Sandhu 304 299 97 465 1,163 2,328
Sarai 11 20 143 174
Sidhu 87 87
Virk 70 267 21 71 323 757
Waraich 41 87 175 471 57 831

Gujranwala District[edit]

The total Jat population was according to the 1931 Census of India was 213,389 of which Jatt Sikhs were 35,319 or about 17% of the total population. Sharaqpur and Khanqah Dogran were separated from Gujranwala District to form the separate district of Shaikhupura. According to the 1911 Census, there main clans were as follows:[3]

Tribe Gujranwala Tehsil Wazirabad Tehsil Hafizabad Tehsil Khangah Dogran Tehsil Sharakpur Tehsil Total
Aulakh 304 14 161 32 511
Bajwa 58 16 615 689
Bhangu 87 116 203
Buttar 2 2
Chahal 169 8 79 21 277
Chatha 26 333 358 99 816
Cheema 769 765 46 2,130
Deo 31 9 238 278
Dhariwal 131 44 5 139 319
Dhillon 343 47 19 171 324 904
Dhotar(Dhothar) 819 36 253 60 7 1,175
Ghumman 180 46 18 254 498
Gill 158 153 54 660 91 1,116
Goraya 1,080 36 345 11 1,472
Hanjra 638 60 466 256 4 1,424
Kahlon 58 266 324
Maan 51 10 102 163
Mangat 9 105 114
Pannun 31 224 255
Randhawa 55 40 420 37 552
Sahi 6 8 70 84
Sandhu 649 48 61 1,010 688 2,456
Sarai 27 34 61
Sipra 13 4 17
Tarar 82 27 4 113
Virk 5,277 79 539 9,833 1,550 17,278
Waraich 1,542 41 22 737 54 2,396

Lahore District[edit]

The total Jat population was according to the 1931 Census of India was 204,406 of which Jatt Sikhs were 122,871 or about 61% of the total population. According to the 1911 Census, there main clans were as follows:[4]

[ [Sohal]] || 300 || 600 || 2400 || 3,300

Montgomery District[edit]

The total Jat population in Montgomery District according to 1931 Census of India was 151,186, of which the Jat Sikh population was 29,819 or 20% of the total. According to the 1911 Census, the main Jat Sikh clans were as follows:[5]

Tribe Lahore Tehsil Chunian Tehsil Kasur Tehsil Total
Aulakh 185 278 583 1,046
Bajwa 57 3 134 194
Batth 1,571 127 1,604 3,302
Bhatti 795 85 880
Bhullar 669 92 612 9,688
Buttar 43 10 145 916
Chauhan 207 2 1 210
Chahal 27 5 41 75
Cheema 337 115 151 369
Chhina 207 98 437 182
Deo 233 169 305 707
Dhariwal 617 63 774 1,448
Dhillon 1,944 977 2,907 5,828
Gill 1,773 1,287 6,001 9,071
Gondal 66 12 78
Hanjra 60 284 9 353
Heer 464 29 104 597
Khaira 93 1,637 179 1,909
Maan 672 122 229 1,023
Malhi 326 30 283 639
Pannun 61 5 431 497
Randhawa 146 104 289 539
Samra 130 23 97 250
Sandhu 10,747 10,467 15,102 36,316
Sarai 216 62 351 629
Sekhon 5 121 503 629
Sidhu 440 5,617 667 6,724
Uppal 1,285 28 114 1,426
Virk 156 493 1,472 2,126
Waraich 185 278 583 1,046
Tribe Sahiwal Tehsil Gugera Tehsil Dipalpur Tehsil Pakpattan Tehsil Total
Aulakh 540 540
Sandhu 694 694

Amritsar District[edit]

The total Jat population was according to the 1931 Census of India was 139,454 of which Jatt Sikhs were 116,194 or about 83% of the total population. According to the 1911 Census, there main clans were as follows:[6]

Bal|| 5,544 || 202 || 282 ||6,028

Tribe Amritsar Tehsil Tarn Taran Tehsil Ajnala Tehsil Total
Aulakh 448 1,982 3,542 5,882
Bahniwal 489 7 13 509
Bajwa 271 390 136 797
Badesha 1,544 220 282 9,028
Bhangu 766 664 1,108 2,538
Bhullar 1,605 495 661 2,761
Chadhar 1,418 2 1,420
Chahal 2,482 1,759 21 4,262
Cheema 407 554 189 1,150
Chhina 215 338 1,301 1,854
Deo 82 260 137 479
Dhariwal 529 390 300 1,219
Dhillon 3,119 10,998 938 15,055
Ghumman 207 36 20 363
Gill 4,703 6,015 3,762 14,480
Goraya 293 28 180 501
Hanjra 1,106 40 382 1,528
Heer 589 166 128 883
Hundal 3,287 475 66 3,828
Kahlon 151 120 124 395
Kang 343 1,776 34 2,153
Mahil 1.040 62 877 1,979
Maan 1,311 449 369 2,129
Pannun 631 5,028 406 6,065
Randhawa 8,447 3,716 2,767 14,930
Samra 281 321 80 682
Sandhu 3,927 18,714 1,952 24,593
Sarai 837 1,402 372 2,610
Sidhu 1,373 2,291 351 4,015
Sohal 434 812 488 1,734
Virk 255 343 135 733
Waraich 1,128 119 646 1,893

Gurdaspur District[edit]

The total Jat population was according to the 1931 Census of India was 158,628 of which Jatt Sikhs were 100,312 or about 63% of the total population. According to the 1911 Census, there main clans were as follows:[7]

Tribe Gurdaspur Tehsil Batala Tehsil Shakargarh Tehsil Pathankot Tehsil Total
Atwal 236 255 106 59
Aulakh 283 626 30 939
Bains 343 684 36 1,063
Bajwa 160 380 692 5 1,237
Bal 103 411 9 523
Basra 286 286
Batth 196 598 794
Bhangu 319 22 341
Bhattewad 248 451 699
Bhullar 243 489 11 743
Boparai 649 993 1,647
Buttar 308 74 382
Chahal 1,188 1,017 2,215
Chhina 233 162 248
Chuna 427 543 970
Chaidi 1,545 1,545
Dayar 1,698 1,698
Dhariwal 825 704 9 1,538
Dhillon 769 518 6 1,287
Gharal 1,004 1,004
Ghuman 1,143 101 4 1,248
Gill 867 1,135 224 79 2,305
Goraya 773 1,254 511 2,538
Hanjra 66 195 261
Johal 509 14 523
Kahlon 1,465 1,559 3,179 9 6,212
Kamon 734 734
Khaira 371 349 720
Malhi 207 241 1,405 5 1,858
Maan 276 481 7 764
Natt 160 547 707
Padda 186 488 674
Pandar 766 766
Pannun 264 737 1,001
Randhawa 1,073 8,141 220 21 9,455
Rayar 507 1,060 1,567
Samra 252 302 67 621
Sandhu 180 385 565
Sarai 405 1,128 106 1,639
Sidhu 1,421 1,996 225 83 3,725
Sohal 315 3 243 559
Thathal 145 6 151
Virk 339 172 1 512
Wahla 643 102 290 1,035
Waraich 386 114 500

References[edit]

  1. ^ Imperial Gazetteer of India, Provincial Series, Punjab, Volume 2: The Lahore, Rawalpindi; and Multan Divisions; and Native States, Calcutta: Superintendent of Government Printing, 1908 
  2. ^ Sialkot District Gazetteer Part B 1921 Table 15 pages xiii to xiiv
  3. ^ Gujranwala District Gazetteer Part B 1921 Table 15 pages xxxiv to xxxvii
  4. ^ Lahore District Gazetteer Part B 1912 Table 15 pages xxxviii to xli
  5. ^ A Gazetteer of Montgomery District Part B 1912 Table 15 page xxxiii
  6. ^ Amritsar District Gazetteer Part B 1912 Table 15 pages xxviii to xxxi
  7. ^ Gurdaspur District Gazetteer Part B 1912 Table 15 pages xlii to xlix