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Hooda (or Hudda) is gotra of Jats found in Haryana in India. Hooda, Dabas, and the Dahiya gotras are all brethren. These people came to Haryana from Marwar along with the Dahiya clan. At present, they have 24 villages near Rohtak in Haryana.

Hooda gotra orginated from Palestine, a region of southwest Asia at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea and roughly coextensive with modern Israel and the West Bank. Occupied since prehistoric times, it has been ruled by Hebrews, Egyptians, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, and Turks. Hooda have leadership qualities in their blood, and this makes them similar to Hebrews. Hooda gotra exists in Iraq, Iran, and Palestine; they have strong influential characteristics.

Villages in Rohtak district

There are 14 villages with Hudda population: Ghuskani (घुसकाणी), Khidwali (खडवाळी), Sanghi (सांघी), Jassia (जसैया), Jindran (जिन्दराण),Dhamar (धामड़), Kiloi (कलोई), Rudki (रुड़की), Assan (आसणः), Moi Hooda (मोई हुड्डा), Mungan (मुंगाण), Chamarian (चमारियाँ), Basatpur (बसतपुर), and Jodawali.

Villages in Jhajjar district

Gochhi (गोछी) village in district Jhajjar, also has some families of Hooda gotra (though it is an Ahlawat gotra village)

Villages in Hissar district

There are five villages with Hudda population: Dadoli (दडोली) , Khokha (खोखा) Dobhi (डोभी), and Ludas...
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