From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Nirban (or Narban, Nirwan) is a gotra of Yaduvanshi Ahirs of Haryana, some of the villages of Nirban are in Mundawar, Mazarpur, Quni Daultabad near Pataudi,[citation needed] Pataudi, Guliara, Balag Noshehr, Selana and in the Samaypur, Badli and Haidurpur villages of Delhi.[1]

It is also a clan of Rajputs.[2] The kala Pel are also called Nirban and are from Agnivans of Chauhans.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Yadava, J. S. (1971). "History and development of a village settlement in North India". Ethnohistory. Duke University Press. 18 (3): 239–244. doi:10.2307/481533. JSTOR 481533. 
  2. ^ "Proceedings of the session of the Indian Historical Records Commission". 47. Indian Historical Records Commission. 1981: 60. Retrieved 2011-02-18. 
  3. ^ Mayaram, Shail (1997). Resisting regimes: myth, memory, and the shaping of a Muslim identity. Oxford University Press. pp. 131, 256. ISBN 978-0-19-563955-1. Retrieved 2011-02-18.