Rajputs: Saini People, Muslim Rajputs, Punjabi Rajput, Khokhar, Tomara Dynasty, Durgadas Rathore, the Great Khali, Meo, Bhati, Mers, Ranghar

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General Books LLC, Jul 7, 2011 - History - 874 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 216. Chapters: Punjabi Rajput, Chalukya dynasty, Khokhar, Khanzada, Tomara dynasty, Saini people, Muslim Rajput clans, Ranghar, Meo, Kachwaha, Khattar, Muslim Rajputs, Gurjara-Pratihara, Parihar Rajputs, Rathore, Chandela, Mers, List of Saini recipients of military awards and decorations, Sisodia, Pathania, Gaddi, Gahadvala, History of Rajputs, Thathal, Jadeja, List of Rajputs, Mirza, Khakha, Somvanshi Kshatriya, Singh, Chand Kings, Sindhi Rajput, Shaktawat, Sikh Rajputs, Bachal, Prithviraj Chauhan, Bajar, Gahlot, Origin of Rajputs, Bhati, Ranial Rajputs, Jauhar, Rajputana Agency, Thakur, Bharmal, List of sub-clans of the Kachhawa clan, Rulers of Marwar, Naru Rajput, Jadaun, The Royal House of Jammu and Kashmir, Qaimkhani, List of Muslim Rajputs, Sehdev, SARNA, Rajput Mali, Raja Jagat Singh, Rathee, Rathi, Shah Nawaz Khan, Rajputs of Gujarat, Religious liberalism in Rajput courts, Manganiar, Dhamial, Thakial Rajputs, Bisht, Sodha, Torawati, Naroo, Merat, Takhtsinhji, 2nd Queen Victoria's Own Rajput Light Infantry, Sulehria, Jethwa, Malkana, Narur, Khokhar Khanzada, Saif Ali Janjua, Harsola copperplate, Cheetah, Dhanial, Deshwali, Langha, Bisen, Man Singh Tomar, Rava Rajput, Lalkhani, Kanyal, Malik, Nagnechiya Maa, Thakurai, Gaur Rajputs, Gaurwa, Hon, Dabhi, Ratial, Raghav, Theory of Pashtun descent from Rajputs, Baghela, Nipal Chand, Khichi, Jayas, Puni, Kahlotra, Bachgoti, Bhao, Sangra, Amethiya, Domaal Rajputs, Ahbans, Rajput wedding, Jhala, Bhawpal, Rajawat, Karadia Rajput, Lok Rajput, Johiya Khanzada, Jasrota, Rajputani, Benbansi, Nathawat, Barhiya, Junhal, Aswal, Sammaat, Rai RehamatKhan Bhatti, Gori, Kumpawat, Jodha. Excerpt: Rajputs during the medieval period were a dominant caste in Northwestern India, including the Punjab region. As a forward caste, Rajputs have not been counted as a caste in the official census in the R...

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