1. Leva Patels are Gujjars of Leva Gotra. Iron man of India Sardar Ballabh Bhai Patel belonged to this celebrated sub-clan of Gujjars. Patel titles is commonly used by the non-Gujjars but Leva Patels of MP and Gujarat ( mainly borders) are Gujjars.
2. Rawal is also a Gujjar Gotra and it was in fact a title of Gujjar rulers during the Empire of Gujjar Pratihars. 84 villages of Rawal Gujjars are located in Haryana.
Rana or Gurjjar- Rana ( as mentioned in the inscription of Gujjar Chadilla rulers) was the title used by only by the rulers of the family of Gujjar Pratihars Emperor themselves. The title of Gujjar Pratihar Emperors were PMP ( Param Bhattarak Maharajadhiraja Parmeshra) and their Gujjar fuedaories like Gujjar Chauhans, Gujjar Chandella, Gujjar Solankis, Gujjar Parmars, Gujjar Guhilas, Gujjar Tanwars, Gujjar Nagara and Gujjar Bhatis were Maharajadhiraja, Maharajadhiraja Parmeshwara, Rawal etc. etc. The village heads used to called as Thakkura as in Gujjar Chandilla records are commonly reffered for Brahmins and Kayasthas.
3. Gujjars Bhattis were the rulers of Tibet and Bhotan ( collectively called Bhota or Bhatiyana region during the Gujjar Kushana Empire). Bhatinda fort is named after this celebrated gotra of Gujjars. Similarly Nagarkot ( present day Kangda in HP), Nagda ( present day Udaipur in Rajasthan ) and Nangarhar ( in present day Afghanistan ) were kingdoms of Gujjar Nagars. The kingdoms of Gujjar Chauhans was Sakambri, Nadol and Ajmer, Delhi was of Gujjar Tanwars, Ujjains ( Dhar) was of Gujjar Parmars, Chittod was Gujjar Guhilas, Prabhas Patan was of Gujjar Tanwars and Kalinjar ( the area was called Jejajubhukti under Gujjar Pratihar Empire covering part of present day UP, MP and Rajastana).
3. Prabhas Patan was of Gujjar Tanwars Bhatias are different than Gujjar Bhatis.
Prabhas Patan where Somanath Temple ( Temple devoted to lord Shiva) was built was the capital of Gujjar Chawras and Gujjar Solankis and not of Gujjar Tanwars. Dhillika is founded and named after Dhillu Gujjar of Tanwar gotra in 736 AD who was fuedatory ruler of Gujjar Pratihar Emperors. Meharauli was the capital named after the Gujjar Pratihar Emperor Mihir Bhoja the Great as Mihir+ awli ( the residence of Mihir Bhoja) Bhojpal ( present day Bhopal is also named by Gujjar Parmars after Gujjar Emperor Mihir Bhoja the Great. Prabhas Patan was also named by Gujjar Solankis after the Gujjar Emperor Mihir Bhoja the Geat since Prabhas was another name for him. The fourth viruda ( celebrated name) for Mihir Bhoja the Great was Varaha or Adi-varaha and thus he is regarded to be as as the incarnation of lord Vishnu.