of Anu as per Bhagavat Puran
Anu, Anla, Onla, Anlayam, Onra, Antawat is Gotra of Jats.
is a term mentioned by Panini in Ashtadhyayi.
in Mahabharat :
was son of Yayati and Sharmishtha. Yayati had three sons from Sharmishtha
2. Anu and
The mother of Anu and Puru, (whom the Jats claim as their progenitors),
was Sarmishtha, the princess of King Vrshaparvan (Pargiter, F.E.,:
AIHT, pp. 56-7).
of Anu :
→ Anu → Sabhanar → Kalanar → Janamejay →
Maha Shal → Mahamanas → (1.Ushinar + 2.Titiksh)
Ushinar → Nrig + Krimi + Nav + Suvrat + Shivi
- Nrig →
→ Vrishadarv + Suvir + Madra + Kakaya
Titiksh → Rushadrath → Hom → Sutapas → Bali
Bali had six sons : Ang, Bang, Kaling, Sambhu, Pundr, and Odhr.
→ Khalapan → Divirath → Dharmarath → Chitrarath.
was also called Romapad. He had no son. Dashrath (father of Ram)
was his friend. He gave his daughter Santa to Romapad. Santa was
married to Rishi Rishya Sring. That Rishi made a Yajna for Romapad
and he had a Son Chaturang born to him.
or Romapad → Chaturang → Prithulaksh → Brihadrath
→ Brihadrath → Brihanmanas → Jayadrath →
Vijay → Dhriti → Dhritavrat → Satkarma →
adopted Karna of the Mahabharat as his son, when he had been left
of Bali as per Bhagavat Puran
Ram Sarup Joon writes that Anu gotra is also well known. Anla, Onla,
Anlayam, Onra, Antawat etc are the gotras of the Ann dynasty found
amongst the Jats. There is reference to King Anlakh in the Mahabharat
(Sabha Parva). According to the census of 1911 the number of the
Jat belonging to this gotra was 87,000. They are found in Jullundur,
Hoshiarpur and Bikaner State. Only Jats are found in Jaipur State.
Swarup Joon writes.... According to Bhagwatdatta, Baluchis of (of
Balochistan) today are the descendants of Anu. Baluchya, Balhara,
Bal, Balan are Jat gotras.
Kakarzai, Klock, Kukar, Khokar, Karskar Jats belong to the Anu Branch.
thousand Baluchis in Makran were recognised as Jats.
of the Lomri region are described as Jats in their chronicles.
the Rig-Ved, there are references to the Kabul River of Afghanistan,
Gomal Valley, and rivers Ganga and Jamuna.
are also references to Kshatriya and the five branches of the Yayati
In Sumerian mythology and later for Assyrians and Babylonians, Anu
was a sky-god, the god of heaven, lord of constellations, king of
gods, spirits and demons, and dwelt in the highest heavenly regions.
He was called Anu by the Akkadians, rulers of Mesopotamia after
the conquest of Sumer in 2334 BCE by King Sargon of Akkad. By virtue
of being the first figure in a triad consisting of Anu, Bel and
Ea, Anu came to be regarded as the father and at first, king of
the gods. Anu is so prominently associated with the city of Uruk,
Biblical Erech in southern Babylonia that there are good reasons
for believing this place to have been the original seat of the Anu
cult. If this be correct, then the goddess Inanna (or Ishtar) of
Uruk may at one time have been his consort. Probably Uruk was the
country of Aulakh Jats.
Gotras from Anu :
of Anu :
the portion of the answer (it has all the countries in Uttaradigachi)
to Anu . China , Mongolia , Russia , Siberia , North Pole etc. are
all in it from today's Himalayan Mountains.