This is one of the earliest inscription of one of the Gujjar kingdom of Dadda II.
It is regarding the history of Decimal Number System which has been later used by Arabs and European Countries.
It is in Sanskrit which itself explain the origin of Gujjar Tribe which is undivided India.
The Yoga-system of Patañjali: Or, The Ancient Hindu Doctrine of ... - Google Books Resultby Patañjali, Vācaspatimiśra, Vyāsa, James ... - 1973 - Health & Fitness - 381 pages The oldest epigraphic ' instance of the use of the decimal system is in the Gurjara inscription of AD 595. With one obscure and doubtful exception, ... books.google.co.in/books?isbn=0879680830
In my earlier post I said the Bajad ( Bajjar) and Nagdi (Nagara, Nagar Nagari ) gotra are the same. They were the rulers of Bagad Pradesh and Nagda was the capital. Rana Udai Singh Nagari ( See Babarnama) was the last king of Nagari Gujjars of Udai Pur at Nagda hills.
During the time of they Nagabhatta the Great in 8th. century they went to Afghanistan to beat the Arab invaders and founded Nandarhar and Bajour in swat areas. bajour is still called by the same name but Nagarhar is renamed as jalalabad after the division of the country.
See the proof here: During the time of Mihir Bhoj the Fort Commander was also a Nagara (Nagar) from Varrajjra (Bajad) family. The Vishnu Temple at gwalior fort is made by nagari Gujjars.
The history of the Gurjara-Pratihāras - Page 82 by Baij Nath Puri - India - 1986 - 246 pages ... refers to Nagara Bhattakumara of the Varjjara family, originally from ... Snippet view - About this book - Add to my shared library - More editions
Historical and Cultural Chronology of Gujarat - Page 248 by Manjulal Ranchholdlal Majmudar - Gujarat (India) - 1960 156 ), refers to Nagara Bhattakumara of the Varjjara family, originally from ... Snippet view - About this book - Add
Here is the details of Nangarhar and Bajour which are ruled and named so nby Nagara Gujjars of Varrajjra ( Nagdi and Bajjad) Gujjars. These places are still dominated by Gujjars.
1. Nangarhar Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nangarhar (Pashto: ääګÑåÇÑ) is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan. It lies in the east of the country. Its capital is the city of Jalalabad. ... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nangarhar_Province
2. Bajaur Agency - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bajaur or Bajur or Bajour (Urdu: ÈÇÌæš) is an Agency (country subdivision) of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan. ... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bajaur - 61k - Cached - Similar pages
Not only Bajaur and Nangarhar is named after the Gujjar Gotras but also the Vajirsthan is named after Gujjar Gujjar Gotra of Bajjad.
See the following inscription:
A fragmentary stone inscription of the reign of Paramabhattaraka Maharajadhiraja Sri- Jaypaladeva has been found on a hill north of Bari Kot in Upper Swat. It records that some person founded Vajjarasthana. Rai Bahadur Daya Ram Sahni indentified the king mentioned above with Shahi Jai Pal and Varrajarithana is present day Vajirsthan, the country round Bari Kot, where the stone inscription has been found. Ferrista describes Jai Pal as son of Kshiti Pal which si the other name of Gurjar Pratihar Emperor Mahi Pal. This proves the point that the old Gujjar Fuedatories of SWAT valley must have been replaced by the son of Emperor Mahi Pal.
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Rare document: Judgment by Shivaji’s commander found
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MODI SCRIPT - The judgment, which has a royal seal over it, shows various salient features of Modi script prevalent in the 17th Century
PUNE: City-based historian Dr Anuradha Kulkarni claims to have come across a rare document in the form of a judgment delivered by Prataprao Gujar, the Sarnaubat (commander-in-chief) of 17th century Maratha warrior king Shivaji Maharaj.
It is believed that Prataprao had delivered this ruling some 50 km from here at Shirwal in year 1668 pertaining to a dispute related to ownership rights of villages.
Kulkarni claims it as the first of its kind judgment of Prataprao unearthed till date, which she came across at the city-based Bharat Itihaas Sanshodhak Mandal.
“I stumbled upon this rare document while I was going through the Modi script documents archived by historian late G H Khare. After reading a little part of it, I realised that the 14 ft long and 10 inch wide document in my hand was more than unique,” Kulkarni told Sakaal Times.
She said, “It is a ruling delivered by Prataprao in a dispute over ownership rights of villages in Nirthadi region of Pune zone. There was a row between descendants of Lale dynasty, who owned those villages.”
She said the ruling mentioned that one Saibai Babaji Lale and her son Antaji had a complaint against Padmaji Krishnaji Lale over possession of villages and after listening to both sides, Prataprao ordered both to keep three villages each.
The judgment cites a lengthy list of nobles present on the occasion, including those from Karhad and Phaltan, which were not under reign of Shivaji, Kulkarni said. “It is believed that Prataprao Gujar was earlier known by the name Kadtoji. It was in 1666 when Shivaji Maharaj appointed him as the Sarnaubat and bestowed the name Prataprao,” she said.
“The judgment mentions both names, Rajeshri Kadtoji Gujar Sabhanayak at the starting and later Rajeshri Prataprao Gujar in the end, which substantiates this fact,” she added.
Hi Ashok, Would you like see a Gurjjara and Gurrjara Solanki inscriptions of 350AD. Here is the information.
This about Dadda-I who was the ruler of Ankleshwar in present day Gujarat. He was atleast 4 generation elder to the Dadda-IV who ruled around 350 AD.
It proves that Gurjjara word did not appear in history at the time of Huna invasion. It must have come in to prominence because of their oppsition to Hunas. Similar incidences of appeared during the Arab invasions, during arungjeb rule and during East India Companly rule in 1857 when Gujjars came in to prominence because of their opossition these invaders.
Here is available full view of the inscription
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Irelandý - Page 277 by Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland - 1865
In that great ocean the royal race of Gurjjara, a vast bathing-place1 of great virtue for its stability, depth, and saltness,2 whose bounds can never be ... Full view
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