List of Jats
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- Dhanna Bhagat (Dhaliwal Jat) - a Hindu Bhakti saint and disciple Ramananda, worshiper of Rama, whose poems are in the Guru Granth Sahib
- Bhai Bala (Sandhu Jat) - follower and companion of Guru Nanak (first Guru of Sikhism) and one of the most revered in Sikhism
- Baba Buddha (Randhawa Jat) - companion of the guru Nanak and one of the most revered saints in Sikhism.
- Bhai Bidhi Chand Chhina - renowned Sikh warrior and preacher, famed for the recovery of the horses, Dilbagh and Gulbagh for Guru Hargobind
- Garib Das (1717–1778)- A revered saint and reformer noted for his piety and poetry. Founder 'Gribdasi sect' and composer of the granth called 'Garib Das ki granth Sahib'.
Revolutionaries and freedom fighters
- Suraj Mal of Bharatpur in Rajasthan in India. He has been described by a contemporary historian as "the Plato of the Jat people" and by a modern writer as the "Jat Ulysses"
- According to some historians, Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Maharaja of Punjab also known as Sher-e-Punjab (The Lion of the Punjab) was born into a Jat family. Though some claim that he was born into a Sansi family
- Kharak Singh. descendent of Ranjit Singh (to whom some consider a Jat)
- Nau Nihal Singh. descendent of Ranjit Singh (to whom some consider a Jat)
- Bhupinder Singh was the ruling Maharaja of the princely state of Patiala from 1900 to 1938.
- Badan Singh was the formal founder of the princely state of Bharatpur.He was born in a Hindu Jat family.
- Churaman was Zamindar of Sinsini and the said to be real founder of Jat state of Bharatpur.
- Kirat Singh
- Baldeo Singh
- Balwant Singh
- Kishan Singh
- Brijendra Singh
- Kehri Singh
- Nawal Singh
- Ram Singh of Bharatpur
- Randhir Singh
- Ranjit Singh of Bharatpur
- Ratan Singh
- Girraj Kaur
- Raja Maldeo - Ruler in Jangladesh
- Kirat Singh
- Pohap Singh
- Bhagwant Singh
- Nihal Singh
- Ram Singh
- Udaybhanu Singh
- Jawahar Singh
- Raja Ram Jat
- Raja Nahar Singh
- Jujhar Singh Nehra
- Raja Mahendra Pratap - Mursan
- Ranbir Singh of Jind
- Raghubir Singh of Jind
- Swarup Singh of Jind
- Nawab Kapur Singh Virk, leader of Singhpur Misl.
- Hari Singh Dhillon, leader of the Bhangi misl.
- Yadavindra Singh of Patiala.
- Rajinder Singh of Patiala.
- Girdhar Pratap Singh
- Kirat Singh
- Bhim Singh Rana
- Chhatar Singh
- Chhotu Ram
- Charan Singh, the sixth Prime Minister of India.
- Chaudhari Devi Lal
- Bansi Lal
- Harkishan Singh Surjeet - Bassi clan.
- Balram Jakhar
- Partap Singh Kairon
- Amarinder Singh, Sidhu clan and direct descendent of Maharaja Patiala.
- Harlal Singh
- Sahib Singh Verma
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