Dagur (clan)

Dagur (clan)

Dagur (Hindi: डागुर) or Digrana (Hindi: डीगराणा) is a clan or gotra of Jats found in Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in India.

In the Brij area Jadecha and Yadubhan were two brothers in Yaduvansh. Jadecha established his kingdom in Kathiawar and joined Rajputs. Yadubhan moved to the Himalayas and established his kingdom near Himalayas. The hills in the area of Yadubhan were known as 'Dang'. The hill series were known as 'Yadu ki Dang'. On the basis of their habitation in Dang, the Jat kshatriyas of this region are known as Daga, Dagur and Digrana.

Salpur, Nangal, Pidaulia, Pudana, Daryapur villages in Aligarh district of the Brij region near Tappal are of Dagur Jats. Mukhram Singh founded the village ‘Dagur Nagla’ near Mursan. Jalalpur, Sifaida, Didar, Nistauli villages near Sahdara Delhi; Chipiana near Ghaziabad, Dhatir near Palwal, Samaspur, Nadadhoo, Malakpur, Dhasa, Ujava, Issepur, Jhadauda, Kabulpur, Jaundhi, Sarakhpur, Prahladpur villages in Haryana; Khareta, Sherpur, etc. 24 villages are of Jats. Chainpura, Gagvana, Atali, Tola, Nahsal, Hairsauni villages in Bharatpur district; Bharkaul, Khetri etc villages in Agra district are of Jats.

Dagurs of Amipura village in Bijnor are called Digrana. Dagurs of Khadana, Badhpura, Khallaur villages in Bulandshahr are known as Dongri.

References

  • Jat Samaj; Agra, April 2000

Information Technology Hariom Dagur :- Pursuing B.Tech. from NIT Raipur ..basically belong to hindon city (Rajasthan)

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