The Jats: Their Role & Contribution to the Socio-economic Life and Polity of North & North-west India, Volume 1

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Originals, 2004 - India - 270 pages
The present publication is the outcome of two National Seminars on the Jat History and Culture. The Jats are one of the prominent preasant community among the Indian Population today. The origins and traditions of the Jats go back to dim antiquity. A critical study of the past history of such a community on the basis of all available material cannot fail to be a subject of deep interest and instruction to all Indians.

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