The chief Gujjar power of the Mughal era are mentioned below -
The Gurjars and the Jats of Agra stood together at the time of Surajmal Jat. After his murder, his fourth son Ranjit Singh and the Gurjar chief Motiram Baisla of Sundraoli signed a pact of treaty. As Surajmal had taken the lead on his son Motiram Baisla became the army chief of Bharatpur. In 1803 CE, after a stubborn fight, the Gujjars and Jats were defeated and thus, Bharatpur district remained as a small territory under the British rulers.
A great body of Bhati Gurjars along with Dave and Kala Gujjar settled south of Delhi on both sides of Yamuna River with their head quarter at Kasna. The Bhati Gurjar occupied 360 villages. In 1540 CE Sher Shah felt the power of Gurjars round about Delhi and they took vigorous proceeding against them. Akbar allowed these unruly Gurjars to settle IT the area. After the death Aurangzeb, the Maratha hordes of the south plundered the north and the Gurjars again took on arms. Another Bhati Gurjar chief namely Rao Amra had ousted the unruly chief of Bhurta clan and established himself as Raja at Dadri. His successor Raja Roshan Singh was ruling when the British occupied the area.
Gazi Khan Baloch founded a city Dera Gazi Khan after his name near about 1710 CE. Gazi Khan Baloch was appointed as the administrator and he proved himself as a great administrator. Mahmood Khatana with his Gurjar military personals crossed the river Indus and brought the whole area comprising the districts of Mujjafargarh and Faislabad under his total control. He constructed a fort at Dera Gazi Khan. The British annexed Gurjar Ghar to Gwalior and some portions of its area amalgamated to districts of Bhind, Murena and Dholpur and a portion to the district Agra of Uttar Pradesh. Every Gurjar in Gurjar Ghar holds its own territory. The ancestors of the Gujjars in Maharashtra had been destroted and that is why they migrated to the south. The rulers of Samshergarh were actually a sub-caste of the Gujjars. They belonged to the Khatana sub-caste.
But unfortunately, most of these states and the powers of the Gujjars were finished by the British rulers.