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Khandelwal Vaishya is a Vaishnava community originally from Khandela, a historical town in northern Rajasthan, India. Khandelwals are mainly present around districts of Jaipur, Sikar, Alwar and Ajmer.
The Khandelwal community traces its origin and name from Khandela, a town in Sikar district. They believe their name derives from a sage called Khandel, whose 72 sons started the 72 gotras (clans) into which the community is divided. Each clan worships its own kuldevi.