Shri Nagneshi Mataji, Kalyanpura
Above 92 gotras are sub gotras of Aadityanag gotra. The time of origin of these gotras is veer sawat, according to the history of Oswals, or as per Upkesh Gachh Patawali. The kuldevi is Jagat Bhawani Sanchayay Mata, but Khartar gachh yati ramlalji wrote in his book 'mahajan vansh muktawali' origin of this is in V.S. 1192, and in its support he wrote a story
In V.S. 1192 Kharhatsingh Rathore was the ruler of Chanderi. He had 4 sons, named Ambdeo, Nimbdeo, Bhesashah, and Aaspal. Once Chanderi was looted by Mohammedan dacoits. All the four brothers followed the dacoits. Severe fight took place. Mohammedans could not face the Rathors, hence they were defeated and ran away living all the loot behind. Raja Kharhatsingh return the wealth to the owner, even then a lot of wealth remain behind. That fight was monetary that war was much more profitable but all the four brothers were wounded seriously. They were not cured even after many treatments.
By chance Acharya Jindutt Suri came in the city of Chendary. The Raja Kharhatsingh requested the Acharya to do some thing for the princes. Acharya poured some water on the princes and they all became well. The entire kingdom was over delighted. The royal family was so much impressed that they all adopted the Jainism and became Oswals.
One day the eldest prince handcuffed the thieves and came to the city so he and his family was named CHORADIA. Sohanraj Bhansali says that Kharhatsingh belonged to village Chordia so they were named Choradia. Yet today village Choradia is on Jodhpur - Jaisalmer road
SHANSUKHARAV :- Raja Kharhatsingh's third son Bheshashah had 5 sons. The eldest was Kunwarji. He was a famous astrologer. One day he announced in the Chitore Court that, that year there will be no rains in Shravan month but Bhadrwa will be green. When the same thing happened then the king of Chitore gave him the title of Shrvansukha.
Golechha or Golchha :- The second son of Bheshashah was Gelaji and his son was Bachhaji. The family of Bachhaji was named as Gelbachha and later on it became GOLCHHA.
PARAKH :- Bheshashah's fourth son was Passu. He was the best jeweler of his time. King Chandrasen of Ahad was so impressed with the intelligence of Passu that he appointed him his Minister. One-day jeweler came in the Chandrasen's court to sell a precious diamond. The diamond looked so precious and attractive so the king desired to purchase that but Passuji requested to have a look. Passuji immediately told that no doubt the diamond was precious but it has bad omens. On enquiring he replied that the family of the holder of the diamond would not prosperous, no female would remain alive. The Johari replied that he had not seen such a brilient Johari in his life; he was also selling such a precious diamond only because he had lost his wife as soon as he purchased that. The king was so impressed that he honored Passuji with the title PARAKH, and it became the gotra.
GADHAIYA :- The fifth son of Bheshashah was Senhath but pet name was Gadashah. So his family was named Gadhaiya or Gadia
BHATNERA-CHAUDHARY :- The second son of rah Kharhatsingh was Nimbdeo. He was the Judge (Chaudhary) of Bhatnera, so his family was named Bhatnera-Chaudhary.
BUCHHA :- Buchhashah was the third son of Bheshashah. So his family was named Buchha.
RAMPURIA :- The Chandravt princess of Rampur state married the king of Bikaner. At that time Alamchand choradia was appointed as the ambassador of Rampur, so family of Alamchand was named Rampuria.
GUGALIA :- A member of Kuwarji's family went to Jaisalmer and did the business of Gugal so his family was named Gugalia.
GULGULA :- Gulraj was a famous person in Kuwarji's family. He used to distribute Gulgula to the children so pubic named him Gulgula seth. Hence it became the gotra.
ASANI and OSTWAL :- The fourth son of Raja Kharhatsingh was Aaspal. Aaspal had two sons, Aasani & Ostwal and so their family was named Aasani and Ostwal.
In this way all the other sub gotras were named according to their parents name.