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Title: Khatana  
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Subject: Baisoya, Bargujar, Nanda, Muslim Gujjar (Uttar Pradesh), Gurjar
Collection: Gotras, Gurjar, Gurjar Clans
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The Khatana are a clan (Gotra) of the Gujjars, an ethnic group with populations in India and Pakistan. There is a high population of Khatana in the Indian town of Sohna and its surrounding villages.[1][2]


  1. ^ A. N. Bharadwaj (1994). History and culture of Himalayan Gujjars. Jay Kay Book House. p. 74. 
  2. ^ Rahul Khari (2007). jJats and Gujars: Origin, History and Culture. Reference Press. p. 81. ISBN 8184050313, ISBN 9788184050318. 
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