Origins and History of Jats and Other Allied Nomadic Tribes of India: 900 B.C.-1947 A.D.
Jats, Rajputs, Ahirs, Gujjars, Baloches And Pathans Are The Descendants Of Foreign Nomadic Tribes Such As Scythians, Ahiras, Huns, Yueh-Ches, Kushans And Turks Respectively Who Invaded India Frequently From The 7Th Century B.C. These Nomadic Tribes Were The Inhabitants Of Siberia, Eastern Europe And Western China. They Entered India As Invaders But Ultimately, They Assimilated Into The Indian Civilization, Embraced Its Religions And Settled Peacefully In India.Most Of The Anthropologists Who Have Written About The Dynastic Histories Of The People Of Panjab Have Not Included The Accounts Of Scheduled Castes Dalits, Harijans, Etc. Despite The Fact That They Are Also The Descendants Of The Invading Hordes Like The Other People Of India, And Have The Same Characteristics Of So-Called Privileged Classes. After The Achievement Of India S Independence They Started Enjoying Equal Rights In Every Sphere Of Life. Some Of Them Have Gone Ahead Of Their Fellows In Various Fields Politics, Education, Sports, Judiciary, Etc. And Have Produced Famous Personalities Like Baba Saheb Ambedkar, K.R. Narayanan And Many Others.Primarily Endogamous Communities, Calling Themselves As Jatt, Jat, Getae Or Zutt, Lived Predominantly In Large Parts Of Northern And North-Western India And In Southern And Eastern Parts, Now In Pakistan. They Were Either Sedentic Farmers Or Nomadic Pastoralists.The Book Brings Forth Various Facets Of Origins And History Of All These Classes. References And Text Have Been Painstakingly Collected From Various Authentic Sources. It Will Be Highly Useful For Students, Teachers Of History And Sociology And Researchers In Those Fields. Common Readers Interested In Knowing About The Origins And History Of Jats And Other Nomadic Tribes Of India Will Also Find It Interesting And Informative.
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Origin and History of Scythians and Other Allied Nomadic Tribes of India Jats Ahirs Gujars Rajputs Baloches and Pathans
The Jats Descendants of Scythians
The Abhiras Ancestors of Ahirs
The Ahirs Descendants of Abhiras
The Gujjars Gurjaras
The Sakas Ancestors of Jats Ahirs Gujjars Rajputs Baloches Pathans
The Kushans Ancestors of Jats Ahirs Rajputs Baloches Pathans
The Huns Ancestors of Jats Rajputs Baloches Pathans
The Baloches Descendants of Scythians
The Pathans Descendants of Scythians and Huns
5th century Abhiras Afghan Afghanistan Ahirs Amritsar ancestor ancient Awans Bactria Baloch Baluchistan Bhatti Brahmans called caste Central Asia century A.D. Chauhan Chenab chief claim clan cultivators Delhi Derah descendants district dynasty east eastern emperor Empire Ephthalites frontier Gakkhars Gandhara Ghori Greek Gujarat Gujjars Gurjara Herodotus hills Hindu Huns India Indus inhabitants inscription Islam Jalandhar Jalandhar Tehsil Janjuas Jats Jats hold Jhang Kabul Kalan Khan Khokhars Khurd king kingdom known Kushan land Malwa Manjha marriage migrated Mughal Muhammad Muhammaden Multan Musalman Muslim Nakodar Nawanshahr nomadic northern origin Pakistan Panjab Parmar Pathans Patiala Persian Phillaur Phillaur Tehsil plains Pratihara Prithviraj probably province race Raja Rajasthan Rajputana Rajputs Rawalpindi region religion river rule rulers Saka Sandhu Sanskrit Sardar Scythians settled settlement shaman Sialkot Sials Sidhu Sikh Sindh Singh steppes Sutlej Tehsil territory tract tradition tribal tribe villages western women worship Yueh-chih