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