List of Tarkhan clans

The following is a list of clans/gotras of the Tarkhan community of Punjab (India) in alphabetical order:

A

*Aatli
*Ahdi
*Ajimal
*Arrii
*Assi
*Attalia

B

*Babra
*Bachu
*Bade
*Bahra
*Bamrah
*Bambrah
*Bansal
*Bara
*Barhey also spelt as bade
*Bassan
*Bari
*Baharha
*Bhachu
*Bhachoo
*Bhaika
*Bangra(bhangra)
*Bhamber
*Bhambher
*Bhambra
*Bhamra(bhanwra)
*Bhella
*Bhelay
*Bhumber
*Bhara
*Bhamra
*Bharmi
*Bharaj (Bharj)
*Bhari
*Bheley
*Bhoday
*Bhogal (very popular sikh ramgarhia name)
*Bhui (Bhooi/Bhuee/Bhuie)
*Bhurjee
*Bhurji
*Bilkhu
*Birmi
*Birdee (also spelt Birdi/Virdi/Virdy/Virde/Verdi/)
*Birdi (also spelt Birdi/Virdi/Virdy/Virde/Verdi/)
*Bubbra
*Budhoo
*Burmy

C

*Caveeshar
*Chadha
*Chaggar
*Chamak
*Chana
*Channa
*Chani
*Channy
*Chharote
*Chilotra
*Chita
*Chodha
*Chudhe

D

*Daddoo
*Dadiala
*Dadyala
*Daffu
*Dahale
*Dahelay
*Dahley
*Daphu
*Darhalay
*Deerhe
*Deogan
*Deogun
*Deosi
*Devgan
*Devgun
*Devsi
*Dhaffu
*Dhammi
*Dhamu
*Dhanni
*Dhanjal
*Dheeraj
*Dhiman
*Dhonsi
*Dhoopar
*Dhulphir
*Dhuphar
*Dogra
*Dulphir
*Duphar
*Dadhwal

F

*Fagla
*Flora
*Full or Phull

G

*Gabri
*Gabriah
*Gahir
*Gaidu
*Gallad
*Galsinh
*Gansie
*Garai
*Gargaj
*Ghardhora
*Ghatorhe
*Ghatora (Ghattora)
*Gharial
*Ghariall
*Gharyal
*Ghattore
*Ghattaurhae
*Ghir
*Ghura
*Gilla
*Gillar
*Gohlar
*Ganshiha

H

*Harbias
*Hunjan
*Hunjoon
*Hunzan
*Hussainpura
*Hussainpuri*Hussanpura
*Hyothi

J

*Jabbal
*Jagdeo (chivalrous people)
*Jagdev
*Jagdey
*Jandoo
*Jandu
*Jaswal
*Jetlay
*Jhass
*Jheeta
*Jhita
*Jouble
*Jutla (also spelt Juttla/Jutley)

K

*Kalha
*Kalah
*Kallahuygf
*Kainthal
*Kalsi
*Kaundal
*Khalsi
*Kharyal
*Kharey
*Kaunsel
*Kharl
*Khattia
*Khambay
*khaamba
*Khural
*Kukreja
*Kular
*Kundral
* [Khurl]
*KUNDU
*Khaamba

L

*Lall
*Leel
*Lohar
*Lota
*Lotay
*Lottay
*Lyall
*Lubana
*Layal

M

*Main
*Mahon
* Marway
*Marwaha
*Mandaley
*Mankoo
*Manku
*Matharu (also spelt Matharoo)
*Matyar
*Meen
*Momrath
*Mion
*Mudarh
*Mudan
*Mudhan
*Mudhar
*Multani
*Mundae
*Munde
*Mundey
*Muttair
*Mahal
* Misan

N

*Neyta
*Neta
*Nadoia
*Nagi
*Nandhra
*Nandra
*Nanery
*Nanre
*Nanra
*Narma
*Nautay
*Nawetay
*Notah
*Notay"

Italic text

"*Note
*Notta
*Nottra
*Narang

O

*Obhi
*Osahan

P

*Padam
*Palhora
*Palne
*Panesar
*Pawar
*Phadale
*Phadaley
*Philoura
*Phull
*Phul
*Plaha
*Palahi
*Plania
*Pohli
*Puaar
*Paik
*pihne

R

*Ramgarhia
*Ramgharia
*Ranauta
*Rathor
*Rayat
*Rehal
*Rehnsi
*Riat
*Rihal
*Riyat
*Rayet
*Rooprai (Ruprai)
*Rupal
*Roopra
*Rode
*Ruprah
*Rayat
*Rattan
*Rallan
*Rahgo
*Ralhan

S

*Sagoo
*Saggu
*Sahans
*Salh--> Salh lives in village Saheri (village of Gangu Bharmin ) Distt. Roper.
*Saimbi
*Sains
*Sambhi
*Saond
*Saund
*Sayan also spelt Sian, Seyan or Syan
*Semi
*Sihra (also spelt Seehra/Sehra/Sira)
*Sembhi also Sehmbey, Sembi, Sembhy
*Seol
*Sian also spelt Sayan, Syan or Seyan
*Singhpal
*Singhraj
*Singhrao
*(Sohal) Most of Sohal living in Chandigarh and Mohali are from Pind Rurky Didtt. Roper.
*"Sohanpal" (mostly famous in distt. Ropar, and in Vill. Marauli Kalan near Morinda.)
*Sond
*Sondh
*Soor
*Soora
*Soorma
*Soodhar

*Spal
*Sullar
*Sund
*Sura
*Suraj
*Surajbansi
*Suri
*Sutardhar
*Syan also spelt Sayan, Seyan or Sian.

T

*Tanda
*Tattar (mostly living in hoshiarpur, punjab & canada,u.k.,usa,)
*Tarar
*Tethi
*Thethi
*Thoka
*Takhi
*Taklia

U

*Ubhi (also spelt Ubbi)

V

*Vahra
*Vasdev
*Vasir
*Virdee (also spelt Birdi/Virdi/Virdy/Virde/Verdi/)
*Vilkoo
*Vilku

W

*Waryah
*Wariah

Z

*Zandy
*Zinta
*Zorr


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