Jats and Gujars: origin, history and culture
Jats and Gujars are the two prominent warrior races of India. This book is an honest and sincere attempt to trace their origin, which remain a great mystery due to the host of contradicting theories. Jats and Gujars have connections with some very important races of the world and dynasties like the Sakas (Scythians), the Sarmatians, the Yeuh-Chis or Kushanas, the Huns, the Pariharas, the Gypsies of Europem, the Pathans, the Messagetaes, the Khazars, and the Yazygs, making this a fascinating study.
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