Gurjar
Gurjar or Gujjar is a pastoral agricultural ethnic group with populations in India and Pakistan and a small number in northeastern Afghanistan. Alternative spellings include Gurjara, Gojar, Gūjar, G...
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Gurjara-Pratihara
The Gurjara-Pratihara, also known as the Pratihara Empire, was an imperial dynasty that ruled much of Northern India from the mid-7th to the 11th century. It began to decline in the early 10th century...
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Kushan Gurjar
Kasana (Gojri:कसाणा) or Kushane (Gojri: कुषाणे ), often cited to be derived from Kushan(कुषाण), is a Gujjar clan Kasana's are mainly found in India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.In India Kasana are found ...
Solanki
Solanki's are the Agnivanshi clan. There are four Rajput clans claiming Agnivanshi descent, being the Chauhans (Chahamanas), Parihars (Pratiharas), Parmars (Paramaras) and Solankis (Chalukyas) that ru...
Chauhan
Chauhan, Chouhan or Chohan is a clan that ruled parts of Northern India in the medieval period. Prithviraj Chauhan, the king of Delhi, was a member of this community.
Rajput bardic accounts, which...
Parmara
The Paramara (also known as Panwar, Punwar and Parmar) are a tribe in North India, who claim descent from the mythological Agnivansha dynasty and are one of the fourteen Girasia lineages, all of which...
Tomara
Tomara (also called Tomar, Tomer, Tanwar and Tuar) is a clan, some members of which ruled parts of North India at different times. People belonging to the Tomara clan are found among the Rajputs, Jats...
Chapa (Gurjara) Dynasty
The Chavda dynasty (Chawda, Chavada, Chapa, Chaparana, Chapokata) was a Hindu Kshatriya family line that ruled what is now northern Gujarat from 746 to 942.
There were five Chavda kings after Vanr...
2008 caste violence in Rajasthan
Violence erupted in the state of Rajasthan in India on 23 May 2008 when police fired on protesters belonging to the Gurjar caste who were demanding a lower scheduled tribe status,instead of their curr...
Devnarayan
Shri Devnarayan (Rajasthani or Gujari: श्रीदेवनारायण), an ancient Gurjar warrior from Rajasthan who is believed to have been an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, is worshipped as a folk deity, mostly in Raj...
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Baisla
Baisla is a Gurjar clan. They are also known as Bainsle, Baisla, Besle, Bansla, Bainsla and Baisle.
During 8th century, a Gurjara-Pratihara ruler named Vishal Dev Chauhan became better known by th...
Fazal Ilahi Chaudhry
Fazal Ilahi Chaudhry (Punjabi, Urdu: فضل الہی چودہری‎; January 1, 1904 – June 2, 1982), was the fifth President of Pakistan, serving from 1973 until 1978, prior to the martial law led by Ch...
Nagabhata II
Nagabhata II (805–833) ascended the throne of the Gurjara-Pratihara dynasty after his father Vatsaraja. His mother was queen Sundari-Devi. He was designated with imperial titles - Paramabhattaraka, Ma...
Prataprao Gujar
Prataprao Gujar, born Kudtoji Gurjar, was the third royal Senapati of King Shivaji's army, which was probably the most successful guerrilla force in 17th century India. He was given the pseudonym of P...
Mohammad Azharuddin
Mohammad Azharuddin  pronunciation  (born 8 February 1963 in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India) is a former cricketer and an Indian politician. He was an accomplished batsman and captained th...
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Radha
Radha (Devanagari: राधा, IAST: Rādhā), also called Radhika, Radharani and Radhikarani, is almost always depicted alongside Krishna and features prominently within the theology of today's Vallabha and ...
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List of Gurjars
The Gurjar are an ethnic group in India, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Alternative spellings include Gurjara, Gujar and Gurjjar.The following is a partial list of notable Gurjars.
Kunduana
Kunduana is one of the highest ranked clans (or Gotras) among Gujjars.They are found in Pakistan and Northern India (Kashmir).
In India, Kunduanas reside mainly in the states of Punjab (India) and...
Samthar
Samthar is a city and a municipal board in Jhansi district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
As of 2001 India census, Samthar had a population of 20,227. Males constitute 53% of the population...
Mihira Bhoja I
Mihira Bhoja I (836–885 CE) or Bhoja I was a ruler of the Gurjara Pratihara dynasty of India. He succeeded his father Ramabhadra. Bhoja was a devotee of Vishnu and adopted the title of Adivaraha whi...
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Ramabhadra
Ramabhadra (833–836) was a ruler of Gurjar Pratihar dynasty. According to Jain Prabhavakacarita, Nagabhata II was succeeded by Ramabhadra, sometimes also called Rama or Ramadeva. His mother's name was...
Jograj Singh Gurjar
Jograj Singh Gurjar or Yograj Singh Gurjar was a commander of an army who fought against Timur (Tīmūr-e Lang "Timur the Lame") in 1398 A.D.He was also known as Jograj Singh Panwar.
Jograj was a Gu...
Kalsiyan
The Kalsiyan Khap of Gujjars live in Kairana District Prabudhnagar in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The Rana Chauhan Gujjars of Kalsiyan Khap live in some 84 villages in the area. The main source...
Rao Kadam Singh
Rao Kadam Singh, the Gurjar, was elected by his clansmen as their leader to fight against the British during the Indian Rebellion of 1857. He hailed from Parikshitgarh, Meerut.
Raja Nain Singh
Raja Nain Singh was a Gurjar king of Meerut in the 18th century.According to a legend, the fort Parikshitgarh was built by Parikshit and restored by Nain Singh in the 18th century. The fort was disman...
Dev Dham Jodhpuriya
Dev Dham Jodhpuriya is a temple dedicated to Devnarayan.It is situated in Newai municipality of Tonk district, Rajasthan. It is 75 kilometres (47 mi) from Jaipur on the Jaipur-Kota national highw...
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Rukhsana Kausar
Rukhsana Kausar (born 1989) is a Pahari Gujjar woman from Upper Kalsi known for the 2009 shooting of a LeT militant at her home, in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K). She was born to Noo...