Sarpal

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Sarpal
Classification Kshatriya Jats
Religions Hinduism, Sikhism
Languages Punjabi and Hindi
Populated States Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and other parts of Northern India

Sarpal is a Khatri family surname originating from the Punjab region of the Indian Subcontinent, today straddling India and Pakistan and is common with both Hindu and Sikh families.

The Sarpals belong to the Kshatriya varna (the princely military order in Vedic society).

Origin[edit]

Sarpals are Suryavanshi Kshatriyas, the one to which Lord Rama belongs to. According to some historians, Sarpals belong to Tonk Kshatriyas. There is also a place called "Sarpal" in Kurram area in Pakistan whose origin is not clear.

References[edit]

  • Late Pandit Teja Singh's book named, The Tonk Kshatriyas.
  • Dr. Sarup Singh Alag's, Harimandir Darshan.