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Gokula () or Gokul Singh () (died 1670 AD) was a Jat chieftain of Sinsini village in Bharatpur district () in Rajasthan, India. Later, he became a chieftain of Tilpat in Haryana. His father's name was Madu. Madu had four sons namely, Sindhuraj, Ola, Jhaman and Saman. The second son Ola later became famous as Gokula. Gokula provided leadership to the Jat peasants who challenged the Imperial power. Gokula inspired the Jats to fight the Mughals.

The first serious outbreak of anti-imperial reaction took place among the Jats of Mathura district Uttar Pradesh, where the imperial faujdar 'Abdun-Nabi', had oppressed them greatly. In 1669 the sturdy Jat peasantry rose under a leader, Gokula, Zamindar of Tilpat, killed the faujdar, and kept the whole district in disorder for a year, till they were suppressed by a strong imperial force under Hasan Ali Khan, the new faujdar of Mathura aided personally by Mughal tyrant Aurangzeb. Gokula was put to death.

Gokula left Sinsini

In year 1650-51 Madu and his uncle Singha had fight with Rajput Raja Jai Singh backed by mughal support in which Sindhuraj died and second son of Madu Ola became the successor. After this war Singha along with...
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