Concept

Khangura

Summary
The Khangura (ਖੰਗੂੜਾ in Punjabi) is a gotra of Jat community from the Punjab region in India. Khangura community of gotra of Jat community are primarily residents of Princely State of Kangra. The name Khangura comes from the Persian language, meaning "follower of the guru" and Khangura community were influenced by the teachings of the Sikh gurus from which accepted as residents of Princely State of Kangra. Khangura community protected the ruler of Princely State of Kangra as well as Princely State of Kangra from which there are thousands of tales of humour. Khangura community are devotes of Guru Tegh Bahadur, the ninth Sikh prophet (Guru) (1621–1675) and Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh prophet (guru) (1666–1708). The Khangura clan is almost all adherents of Sikhism now. Historically Khangura Jatts held in Nanu Mazara also known as Nano Mazara Sardar Hukam Singh Khangura Son of Sardar Natha Singh Khangura is the first sarpanch of village Nanu Mazara, Ladha Ganja, and parts of Sa
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