Aujla, Ojala, Ojla gotra Jats live in Rajasthan and Punjab. Aujla Jat clan is found in Pakistan.


Aujhlan , according to Bhim Singh Dahiya, are the descendants of Ujjihana of Panini. They are to be compared with the Aujhlan clan of Jats. Ojh of Central Asia is the Indian name Ujjihana and Ojhlan/Ojala/[[Aujla]] of present Jat clan. Aujhlan is variant of Ujhlan  like putra (son) changes to Pautra (Grandson) in Sanskrit. Uxian → Ujian → Ujiana → Ujhiana → Ujihana → Ujjihana .

Distribution in Rajasthan

Villages in Hanumangarh district-

Kharsandi, Ramgarh Hanumangarh, Sangaria,

Villages in Churu district-

Chhapar Churu

Distribution in Punjab-

Villages in Amritsar district –

Ojla population is 2,583 in Amritsar district.

Villages in Gurdaspur district-

Aujla named Village is in Gurdaspur tahsil in Gurdaspur district in Punjab.

Villages in Kapurthala district-

Aujla Banwali, Aujla Jogi are villages in Kapurthala tahsil in Kapurthala district in Punjab, India.

Villages in Rupnagar district-

Aujala is Village in Kharar tahsil of Rupnagar district in Punjab.

Villages in Jalandhar district

Aujla is Village in Phillaur tahsil of Jalandhar district in Punjab.

Distribution in Haryana-

Villages in Kurukshetra district-


  • Distribution in Pakistan

Aujla, a tribe of Jats descended from their eponym a Hajual Bhati and found in Sialkot : also found in Montgomery where they are Muhammadans and classed as agricultural.

References :-

  • Jat History Dalip Singh Ahlawat/Parishisht-I, s.n.ओ-16
  • B S Dahiya:Jats the Ancient Rulers (A clan study), p.241, s.n.164
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