History of Brahmin castes of Uttarakhand.


The Brahmin castes in Garhwal are basically divided into three parts – 1-Sarola, 2-Gangari 3-Nana. Sarola and Gangari came to Uttarakhand from the plains during the 8th and 9th centuries. Panwar came to Sarola as Rajpurohit of the ruler. After coming to Garhwal, Sarola and Gangari people married the Brahmins of Nana gotra. Everybody eats food made by Sarola Brahmin, but the right of Gangaadi caste is confined only to their relatives.

1. Nautiyal came from Tehri 700 years ago and settled in Nauti village in Chandpur.
Your initials are Neelkanth and Devidaya, who is a Gaur Brahmin.
Nautiyal settled with King Kanakpal of Chandpur Garhi in 945 I settled here after coming from Dhar Malwa, the name of his place of residence was Godi, after which I changed to Nauti name and hence it became popular as Jati Nautiyal.

2. The principal branch of Dobhal garhwali Brahmins went to Dobhal in Gangadi Brahmins 945 I originally came to Kanyakubj Brahman from Santoli Karnataka.
The original men settled in the village Karnjit Dobha called Dobhal.
In the old royal family of Garhwal, people of this caste have also been on the higher posts.
These Chothokis belonged to the Barathoki castes of the ethnic Sarolao, which came around the ninth tenth century and called the Chothoki.

3. The main caste of Raturi Sarrola caste is Raturi, originally Adyagoud Brahman, who came from Gaud country in 980 AD.
His mulpurush Satyanand, I settled in Ratura village near Chandpur of Rajbal Sila Patti and from this he became famous by the name Raturi.
The people of this caste also dominated the Garhwal king for a long time.
The credit of writing the first authentic history of Garhwal goes to Pandit Harikrishna Ratudi, the wazir of the same era male Tehri court.
Ratuda is also a famous place for Mother Bhagwati Chandika.

4. Gairola: The ancestral village of Gairola people is the Chandpur oil belt.
His initials are Jayanand Vijayanand. They were settled in Garoli village in 972. Their former caste is Adyagoud.

5. Dimari came from the south and settled in Chandpur Dimar village under strip! You are a Dravidian Brahmin.

6. Thapliyal You have settled in village Thapli of Chandpur, 1100 years ago in Patti Sili. Your accustomed men are Jaichanad Maichand and Jaipal, who is a Gaur Brahmin.
The scholars of this caste had remained equal in Chandpur Garhi, Dewalgarh, Srinagar, and Tehri Rajdarbar. Thapliyal is Adyagoud who settled in Thapli village in 980 AD from Gaud country and his caste name was Thapliyal. Is one of the original Barathoki Sarolao i.
Thala Thapliyal in Nagpur is a famous village of Jati, where scholars were great Siddha Brahmins of Ayurveda.

7. Bijalvana is your initial man, seed / hyena. His name is Bijlwan in the name of him. Bijlwan is a prominent caste name in Sarola Jati of Garhwal, his former caste was Gaur, came to Chandpur pargana of Garhwal around 1100, and the origin of this caste is in Virbhumi Bengal .

8. Lakheda settled in Uttarakhand after coming from the Virbhoomi in Kolkata about 1000 years ago. The Lakheda people spread in about 70 villages of Uttarakhand are the children of the same revered Bhanuveer Narada ji. He is a Sarola Brahmin.

9. The major branch of Bahugunagadhwali Brahmins, Bahuguna Jaati Samvat among Gangadi Brahmins, came from Gaur Bengal in 980 and originally used to visit Adyagoud.

10. This is a major branch of Kothiyasrola Jati, who came to Koti village in Chandpur and settled here and became famous by the name Kothiyal Jati.
Their origin is Jati Gaud. Later on I was granted Sarola recognition by the royal family of Chandpur Garhi. The jurisdiction of this caste includes the right of worship in the Badrinath temple.

11. Uniyal 839 A.D. E Two cousins ​​(Ojha and Jha) named Jayananda and Vijayanand came from Darbhanga (Magadha-Bihar) to Srinagar, Garhwal. He was a Maithli Brahmin. The famous poet Vidyapati and politician v. Economist Chanakya (Kautilya) was one of his ancestors. He was awakened in Sionish, so Ojha and Jha (two different gotras – Kashyap and Bhardwaj) were made into a caste oniyal. , Which later became Uniyal. Mother Bhagwati is the Kuldevi of all Uniyal, Oja, Jha and Dravidian Brahmins.

12. Panuli / panulipanuli / panuli is originally Gaud Brahman. This caste was popularly known as Panuli v Panuli by the original male Brahmana from South India in 1207 from Panchila village Ramoli. Many people of this caste held high positions in Srinagar Rajdar and Tehri. He was also a Parliamentarian of Tehri Garhwal in 1971-1976, Shri Paripurna Nand Panuli of this caste.

13. Dhundiyalgarhwal by King Mahipati Shah In the 14th and 15th century, there were 32 other castes in this category, which included Dhundiyal predominant, rising in the Chothoki class. The original men of this caste were Brahmins of Gaur caste from Rajputana to Garhwal. Samvat came to Garhwal in 1713. Dhond village was established by the original male Pandit Rupchand, due to which he was called Dhundiyal.

14. Naudiyalam: Originally the Garhwali Gangadi Brahman whose former caste was the noun Gaud. Nodi village was established by Pandit Shashidhar who came from Bhrig Chirang in 1543.

15. Pokhriyal is basically Gaur Brahman. His earlier caste name was Vahit, which came from the canonical in Samvat 1678. The original men of this caste who became Pheitri and later I settled in Pokhari village district Pauri Garhwal became Pokhriyal famous. There is also some Brahmin ethnic Hindu nation in Nepal, who is also a worshiper in the famous Shiva temple Pashupati Nath. In addition to Pauri in Garhwal, it is also settled in Chamoli, Tehri I also go to Rajput by the same name, which is probably an old stronghold. Is lying due to

16. The branch of Muqafi by the Sakalanigarhwal kings, this branch of Bhardwaj Kanyakubj Brahmins settled in Saklana village from Awadh around 1700. Their original male Nag Dev had established the village of Saklana, after which I named this strip after this caste. This caste of Raj Purohit due to his self-respecting nature was reserved by the king with special facilities and Jagirdari was also provided.

17. Chamoli is basically a Dravid Brahmin who came from Ramnath Wilhite in 924 and settled in Chamoli village in Chandpur Pargana of Garhwal. A predominant caste of Saroos who originally came into existence by settling in the village of Chamoli was called Pandit Dharani Dhar, Harmi, Virmi had settled and called it Jati Chamoli in the name of the village. It is one of the twelve sukarsi of Sarolao, the supersid who plays the leading role in Nanda Devi Rajajat.

18. This is the famous of Kudiyal Garhwal who has made the best progress since independence. I am still the highest first class authority.

19. Pantharimul: Originally Saraswat Brahmin who came from Jalandhar in Samvat 1543 and settled in Panthar village in Garhwal and became famous by the name Pantheri Jati.

20. Khanduri is one of the twelve Thoki castes of Khanduri / KhandudiSarlao, originally Gaur Brahmana, who arrived in Samvat 945 from Virbhoomi Bengal.
Their original men settled in the village of Sarandhar and Maheshwar Khanduri and became famous by the name Khanduri.
Many of these castes also held the posts of Diwan and Kanungo in Garhwal state.
Later, the king gave them jagir to various villages of Garhwal by giving them the title.

21. A Sati from Satola Garhwal of Sati Garhwal goes to Brahman who came from Gujarat, who lived in Chandpur and Kapiri belt at the invitation of the Sons of Chandpur Gandhi. There is also a Sakhi Nonidhi Navani.
Brahmins of this caste have flourished in many corners of Garhwal, even some Brahmins of this caste are also in Kumayu.

22. Kandwal originally goes to Sarola, which is called Kandwal by settling in Kanda village. In the history of Gwalwal, from 19 to 26, a total of eight ethnic Sarola lists are included which also includes Kandwal. Kandwal goes to Kumayuni. I was the first to come here from a village named Kandai to Chandpur, whose mulpurush was named Agmanand. A well-known Jati Kandpal of Nagpur also explains his connection with this. According to whom the original village of (Kandpal) Kandai is still in Almoda, where it is originally Kanyakubj (Bharadwaj Gotri) Kandpal Vansaj, from Kumayu in 1343 by a scholar named Srikanth and Nigamananda and Agamanad settled the Kandpal dynasty here. One of the brothers settled in Chandpur and was given Sarola recognition by the king and in Chandpur these people became known as Kandwal. Out of the other wing of the same caste, Nigamanad had settled Kandai village in 1400, by settling in Kandai. Kandyal was also called, after which I became famous with my original caste name Kandpal.

23. Mamgai is basically Gaud Brahman who came from Ujjain and settled in Mama’s village called Mamagai. This caste is originally from Pauri district but Tehri and Uttarkashi and Rudraparyag district are also inhabited by villages of this caste. Some people of this caste also live. There are also some families of this caste in Nagpur, who are related to the Brahmins of Tehri and Srinagar.

24. Bhatt parity is a special caste noun which is popular and learned. Generally, it was a type of title given by kings, in line with other caste utterances of Garhwal, this title also changed to caste name later, some people Their origin is believed to be Bhatt. In Bhattwal, Bhatt is the most widely spread noun. All of them consider themselves as Daksin Vanshi. Later on, many of them have also given new names, Bhatt is the only one that has been included in Sarola Suchi, Gagadi Suchi and Nagpuri List in Garhwal.

25. Pantbhardwaj is the gotra Brahmin, whose original son Jayadev Pant arrived in Kumaon from the Konkan Maharashtra in the 10th century with the Chand kings. The names of his descendants Sharma Srinath Nathu and Bhavdas were also divided into four, which later became the original. Kumaoni Brahmin Jati Pant. After I settled in Almoda, Uprada, Kuntala, Barsait, Barau, Mlera, Sharma Pant, Srinath Pant, Parasari Pant, and Hatwal Pant, became the principal Phat.
These were all Kumaoni Pant, later some families of the same caste settled in various areas of Garhwal, scholarly and notable work in the field of astrology also brought them to a high level here. The famous village of Pantti is Kunjetti in Nagpur. He is the officer of Acharya Varan in 24 Math temples of Nagpur.

26. Berthwal is originally a Saraswat Brahmin, who came to Gujarat from Samvat in 1543 and settled in Garhwal. The original male priest of this caste, Surya Kamal Murari, settled in a village called Bedth and later I came to be known as Barjwalbadhatwal.

27. Kukreti is basically Dravid Brahman, who came to Garhwal in 1352 after coming from a place called Wilhit. His Mulpurush Gurupati settled in the village of Kukarkata, from which he came to be known as Kukreti.

28. Anthavamul: Originally Saraswat Brahman. Samvat arrived in Garhwal from Punjab in 1555. Mool Purusha Pandit Ramdev settled in Aneth village, Pauri district, from which he is known as Anthavadh Ananthwal. Bhai-bandh of the same caste is presently Brahman in Sri Jawalpa Dham also in the famous village Jamu of Rishi Jamadagni in Nagpur, people of Anthavadh Anatwal Jaati. Anthavadh Anthanwal Jaati is a Purani of Brahmins originally from Gandhar Afghanistan. In the same era, he was also with the Brahman of Magati in many Brahmin castes who came from Iran.

29. This village comes after a steep climb of about 3 km from the left pavement of Mandakini from the village of Benjwalbenji Agastyamuni. The word Benji is the epithet of Vijayjit which was meant by Vijay. The village of Bijamath, originally from Kanyakubj Brahmins, was settled here around the 11th century, whose original man’s name was Pandit Devasapati, near Puranadeval, the old ashram of Muni Agastya. I had settled in Bamankoti. From here, all the worship rights of Lord Agastya joined this caste. According to this, this caste has an ancient Agastya armor associated with Lord Agastya. From Bamankoti, Pandit Devaspati’s sons Kirtadev and Bamdev settled the village of Benji. He was called Bijaldhabenjwal in the name of Benji. The famous historian Atkinson has described this caste in the Himalayan Gazetteer. He was named after the name of Benji village, Benwal, this Brahmin man was one of the 64 Gotra Brahmins who came with Agastya Rishi. In addition, in 24 major temples associated with Lord Agastya, this is the official of the East phase, Brahman is also there.

30. Purohit Purohit arrived in Jammu and Kashmir in 1663. He was the total priest of the Jammu and Kashmir royal family. Purohit became famous by doing Porihatya work with the king. His first village was Dasoli Kotha Badhan, from where later in 1750 he also settled in Nagpur Strip.

31. Naithani is basically a Kanyakubj Brahmin who came to Garhwal from 1200 Kannauj. Your ancestor Karnadev, Indrapal Naithana village, settled in Garhwal. The management and arrangement of Shri Bhuvaneshwari Siddhapeeth (temple) is looked after by people of the Nathan caste.

32. Semwal: His father Prabhakar, Niranjan settled in Semgaon. His former caste is Adya Gaur. They are from Veerbhum who settled in Semgaon in 980.

33. Diodi: Their ancestors settled in Diodagaon.

34. Ghilliyal: Their former caste is Adyagoud. They came from the Gaud country in 1100 Samvat. His ancestors Lutthamdev, lived in the village of Gangdev Ghildi.

35. Juyal: Their former caste is Maharashtra. They came from Kannauj in 1700 Samvat. His ancestor Basudev, settled in the village of Vijayanand Juya.

36. Joshi: His former caste is Dravidian. They came from Kumaon in 1700.

37. Chandola: Their former caste is Saraswat. They came from Chandosi in Samvat 1633. His ancestor Luthraj settled in Chandosi from Punjab, from there he settled in Garhwal.

38. Dabral: Originally from Karnataka, came to Garhwal around 1100; These are mainly Gaud Brahmins
Two brothers in Dabur village of Pauri district
Sadanand and Khilanand
They had come and settled.
Dabur is basically called stone

Seeing both brothers breaking Dabur, people started saying Dabur Dabur since then Dabur .. Dabral goes on today
Dabralsuyen Bandage
Doubles also expanded with
Later, the king had to bring his capital from Srinagar to Tehri;
The family of two brothers from Dabur along with Raja settled in Baman village of Tehri (Baman village due to being a Brahmin).
A brother settled near Dang in differences of Sutak Patak
Dabral was a great scholar of Ayurveda and astrology.

However, now many villages become of Dabralo, about which information is not available!

39. Dhasmana: Their former caste is Gaur. He came from Ujjain in 1723. His ancestors Hardev, Virdev, Madhodas Dhasman were settled in the village.

40. Kaithola: Their former caste is Gujarati Bhatt. They came from Gujarat in 1669 Samvat. His ancestor Ram was settled in the village of Cantholi.

41. Kotnala: Their former caste is Gaud. They came from Bengal in 1725. Koti settled in the village.

42. Badoni: Their former caste is Gaud. They came from Bengal in 1500 AD. They settled in the village of Badon.

43. Dangwal: According to Garhwal historian Shri Raturi, this caste Yathana was placed in the list of Brahmins of Chaithe from Karnataka in 900 AD Garhwal state!


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