Bodhas is one of the tribes of Central India as per the Vayu Purana. They are the descendants of King Budha.
Bodhas are a clan or gotra of Jats which are found in some parts of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan. Bodhas is one of the tribes of Central India as per the Vayu Purana. It is also known as "Budhwars". Budhwars are descendent of Maharaja Budh. Budhwars are mainly found in Sunari Kalan of Rohtak on the banks of Yamuna River and frequently troubled by floods. The successors of Satavahanas in the Tripura region were Bodhis. Names of five Bodhi rulers are known from the recent excavations at Tripura.
Origin of Bodhas
The origin of this tribe belongs to the descendants of King Budha and is presently the branch of the Chauhan clans. Maharaja Budh was son of Maharaja Chandra. Chandravansh in Hindus started after Maharaja Chandra.
Bodhas in Mahabharata
In the Bhisma Parva of the great epic "Mahabharata", there are mentions about Bodhas people and province along with Surasenas, Kalingas, Mokas, Matsyas and Kuntalas people.
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