Bagal ( Hindi: बागल) (Religion: Hinduism - Caste: Maratha) is a family name common in the Maharashtra and Karnataka states of India, and is also found in Jammu, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. Its members are generally in the Maratha caste, but a small number belong to the Rajput caste. Bagal families are mainly involved in agricultural work, business and politics, and are known to have been active participants in historical events in Maharashtra.
Areas of residence [ edit ]
Satara District (Yaramalwadi the largest, Katarkhav, Dambhewadi, Yeralwadi) Bagalwadi,
Jath Taluka, Sangli District, Maharashtra Yalgud,
Kolhapur and Kasoda, Jalgaon Nimgul, Dhule District
Washim, Vidarbha Gadegaon,
Kurduvadi, Karmala, and Malkapur, Solapur Davuj, Karad, Jammu
Bagal families in Numgul have roots in Kolhapur, and those in Washim have roots in
Barshi, Usmanabad, Paranda, and Solapuramily.
Notable personalities [ edit ]