Andotra

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The Andotra are Rajput clan found in the at state of Jammu and Kashmir in India.[1]

They were the Landlords or the Zamindars. They owned the lands and also farmed upon them. Andotras are spread over Jammu and Kashmir but are mainly prominent in Kathua.

The Andotra Rajputs belong to the agricultural background.

They were the Landlords or the Zameendaars. They owned the lands and also farmed upon them. Andotras are spread over Jammu and Kashmir but are mainly prominent in Kathua.

History[edit]

Jodh Singh of the Andotra clan is believed to have migrated from Hastinapur to [Kathua] nearly 2,000 years ago.

His three sons established the three Hamlets of Taraf Tajwal, Taraf Manjali and Taraf Bhajwal. Their descendent are now called as Tajwalia, Bhajwalia and Khanwalia Rajputs of ANDOTRA sub-caste.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Handbook of the Indian Army The Dogras by A H Bingeley 1899