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Sheokhanda or Shivakhande Shaukhanda or Shokeen is a gotra of Jats found in India. Shokeen is a shorter name of Sheokhand. The gotra gets its name from Shiva. Literally it means the abode of Shiva.
The family records of this gotra/ Clan can be found with pundits in Gadhganga. According to Hukum Singh Panwar(Pauria),this clan is living in about 25 contiguous villages  in Jind district of Haryana and about five villages in Nangloi block of Delhi, rest three villages in delhi are bit scattered. There are couple of villages of this clan in patiala and some in western Uttar Pradesh better known as Harit Pradesh. Of late this gotra has been named as Shokeen in some Delhi villages, though while marrying they retain their ancestral clan name that is sheokhand. They are identified by some scholars with the Shivis or the Sibis of the Usinara country in the north of Haridwar near the source of Ganges. The Sivas or Sibis Jats became known as Shivakhande or Sheokhande from and after the Shivaliks, the abode of Lord Shiva, the highest deity of the Jats.
- Hukum Singh Panwar(Pauria):The Jats - Their Origin, Antiquity & Migrations, Rohtak, 1993. ISBN 81-85235-22-8, p. 38
- Kathasaritsagar, vol.1 p. 11
- ABORI, vol. XXIX, p. 117, fn. 9