India In India, the Bhati/Bhatti reside mainly in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan and Punjab (where they have traditionally come to be known as Bhatti in Punjabi). Gujarat In Gujarat, Bhatis have several jagirs in the Sabarkantha and Banaskantha District (former Idar State), including Munai, Torda, Bhutiya, Gorad, Ranasan, Lauk, Muloj, Solsanda ,Bamanvad , Chandarni,Balva[Dist:Gandhinagar] and Rampur. Bhati Rajputs in Gujarat are descendants of 12th-century immigrants from Jodhpur and Jaisalmer districts in Rajasthan. Most of them either assisted the Rathores of Jodhpur to capture Idar or were their relatives. Bhatti Rajputs are also found, though fewer in numbers in the Rann of Kachchh, where they migrated from Rajasthan in the 18th century. Other Bhatti Rajputs settlements are also found in Jamnagar and nearby villages, formerly known as the "Halar State" ruled by the Jam dynasty. The Bhatti Rajputs of Jamnagar originate from bhalot and khombhadi Kachchh or Rajasthan. Punjab
The Indus River In Punjab, there are several villages that are populated entirely by Bhatti. The historic Patiala and East Punjab States Union had a large concentration of Bhatti. Bhati Rajputs are found in the villages Sahlon,Rampur, Ghurial (Jalandhar), Rehla, Phuglana, Salah, Daroli, Machhli Kalan, Lalru, Jhawansa, Tardak, Joli,Rampur, Samgoli Nagla, Jhhanjeri, Cholta, Badali, Rangian, Magra, Gunnoo Bhattian,saharan chattha and Khellan-mallan, Killianwali (Mukatsar, Punjab), Shergarh (Dabwali, Sirsa, Haryana), and Sullar Gharat(sangrur, punjab). These Bhati migrated from Jaisalmer in the 12th century.
Rajasthan In Rajasthan, they are found in the Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Pali-Hingola Khurd, Akdawas, Sedariya, Barmer, and some tehsils of Gurdaspur, Shergarh Udaipur (Mohi) and Nagaur (Gaaju, Ladnun, Mugdara), Kishanghar (Tolamal Village) Ajmer.
Uttar Pradesh There are about 360 Gujjars Bhati villages in the districts of Gautam Budh Nagar and Bulandshar in Uttar Pradesh.
The Bhatti tribe has acknowledged skills in building Havelis. The Bhatti tribe settled throughout the Indus River Valley, from Kashmir in the north to Thatta in the South. They have adapted in many cultures and speak a variety of languages. And also in rawalakot azad kashmir Punjab:In Dist Chakwal Tehsil Talagang there are many villages of Bhatti
s like Kichian Kotehra Bhattian Chinji Bhilomar Nagri where famous bhattis are living and they are farmers.They are living there from centures.Jhatla a famous village of talagang Manj are living there they are so belong bhatti clan.==Religion==Islam Bhati/Bhatti Rajputs are predominantly Hindus in India, while in Pakistan they are exclusively Muslims. When Bhatis migrated to the Punjab region centuries ago, the local Punjabi people called them "Bhatti Rajputs" in the local Punjabi language. The Sikh population of Bhatti Rajputs is found in the Doaba and Malwa regions of Punjab. There is no credible reference or evidence linking DogarTribes to Bhatti tribe. Bhattis, however, time and again try to link their ancestors to the Dogar tribe. Bhati tribes in the Indus River Valley
Bhati clans in Sindh
The Bhati tribe is known for its craftsmanship. The Muslim population of the Sindhi Bhattis is found predominantly in the Sindh province. In Sindh the major clans of Bhattis are the Dadani, Mahar, Mangrio, Bhutto, Kamario, Rajpar, Bhamban and Indhar. All Bhattis are related to Samma clans as they are Yadubansi too. For example, Abro's sub-clans (Mungrani, Kehar, Odho, Sarki, Bhootani, Pechoho, Unar, Khuhro, Bhayo, Junejo, and Phulpoto) are related to Bhattis. Bhati clans in Punjab There are about forty sub-branches of the Bhattis/Bhati. In Punjab the major clans of Bhattis are the Pensi and Keela. Many other Rajput tribes in Punjab trace their origin to the Bhatti. Some of these tribes include Mair Rajputs of Punjab, Rajput Jenjer/Janjar, Rajput Mers of Kathiawar, Rajputs of the Bajju clan as well as the famed Jats of the Sidhu and brar dynasty (currently ruling Patiala). Other Jat clans claiming Bhatti origin include the sidhu, Brar, Sahasi, and Manes clans. In addition the Manj Rajputs are also Bhatti. Other Rajput clans claiming Bhatti origin include the Alpial, Indhar (from which the Rais of Bhong are), Kalyar, Kanju, Uttera,dadra, Noon, Dhandla, Wattu, Bhabha, Diyal, Mittru, and Hattar. In Pakistani administered Kashmir, the Narma Rajputs also claim a Bhatti origin.