Bhullar is a Jat gotra ("clan") found in the Punjab region of northern India and eastern Pakistan. Bhullar, along with Mann and Hayer, is considered an original Jat clan. According to Nijjar (2008), the Jat clans moved from central Asia to India between the 5th and 9th centuries.Baba bakala tehsil in amritsar too have many people having Bhullar as their surname.
== History == Bhullars settled mainly in the Majha region of Punjab, but were also found in the area around Lahore, Multan (in Pakistan) and Amritsar.1 The Bhullar population in the Majha region of Punjab has remained constant. Bhullar are related to Mann and Heer Jat clans.2 Bhullars have ancestral places of worship called Baba Shid dedicated to Baba Siddh Kalinjhar in Jind Riast which is a district in Haryana, and in Sangrur and Rampura in the Bathinda district of Punjab, India. After the partition of India in 1947, the Bhullars were scattered all across the Punjab region. Many, during the partition of India, moved out of Pakistan and into countries such as Kenya, mainly in Nairobi, where they practiced farming, wood-work and many other skills. Bhullars are widespread in Canada, where Manmeet Bhullar is the youngest member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.3 Ancient Bhullar Ruins are spread over an area of twelve miles near Bahawalpur, Pakistan.Many persons belonging to this subcaste had became popular faces all over punjab . S. Avtar Singh Bhullar is posted as DDPO Jalandhar. He joined as BDPO (Block Development and Pnchayat Officer) and then was promoted to DDPO(District Development and Panchayat officer) and now shortly he will be promoted to ADC (Additional Deputy Commissioner). He is in government services from last 21 years and punjab is proud of these honest and sincere officers.
- ^ A glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North-West Frontier Province By H.A. Rose Vol II/B , p.108
- ^ Dr Mahendra Singh Arya, Dharmpal Singh Dudee, Kishan Singh Faujdar & Vijendra Singh Narwar: Ādhunik Jat Itihasa (The modern history of Jats), Agra 1998 p. 272
- ^ http://bhullar.mypcmla.ca/
 Rose, H.A. Denzil Ibbetson, Edward Maclagan (reprint 1990). Glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North West Frontier Province. Asian Educational Services, India, ISBN 81-206-0505-5. Page 108
- Nijjar, B.S., (2008). Origins and History of Jats and Other Allied Nomadic Tribes of India, 900 B.C. - 1947 A.D. New Delhi, Atlantic.