Post by Kamal Harsana on Sept 3, 2011 16:19:22 GMT 5.5
Baraut is small town is mostly inhabited by traders and farmers, most of the population consists of Jats, Muslims, Gujjars , Jains with Sikhs and Christians being the minority. The city is famous for its Jain temples and grand Jain functions organised every year. Totally baraut city dominated jats and muslims community and also large number of jainism. And few sikhs and Gujjars but not large number. Baraut is a multi-religious place with many Hindu Temples, Jain Temples and Mosques around. There are 32 Temples, 45 Mosques, 2 Gurudwaras and 2 churches around this region. One of the biggest temple in this area is known as Digamber Jain Bara Mandir. It is very famous and holds big importance here. It is worth seeing and cannot be described in words. On the day of Mahavir Jayanti (Birth of Bhagwan Mahavir) during month of April a three-day carnival is organised every year. Baraut city is also the major centre of education . Digambar Jain College, started by the Gangaram Kishorilal Jain family and Janta Vedic college,started by Mahashaya Chaudhary Umrao Singh are famous. Master Umarao Singh was the founder teacher. In Baraut city all the courses are available up to the research level especially in the field of agriculture. The Janta(Jat) Vedic College is famous for its quality education in the field of agriculture. The newest institute DIET [District Institute for Education and Training] is set up by the education deptt. of UP in Baraut city at Barka road. Jain Polytechnic is famous for technical education.
Jaat College:Janta Vedic College, Baraut (Baghpat), was established long time back in 1917. The entire credit goes to the then poor peasantry of the region who having deep faith in Arya Samaj, formed a society and go it registered in 1920 under Society Registration Act in the name of Jat Shiksha Sabha and started Jat Vedic High School which rose to undergraduate and postgraduate level in 1949 and 1956 respectively. It was affiliated to Chaudhary Charan Singh University (formerly Meerut University), Meerut, and was also included under section 2(f) and 12(b) of UGC Act.
There are no big population of Gujjars but some Gujjar villages in chaprauli and binauli. pilana mandals ....
But the Baghpat and Khekra named Area are Totally Dominated By Gujjars . there are 70+ Gujjar villages in this Area .... Here also MLC a Gujjar Mr.Parshant Choudhary and also have MLA from khekra counnctc. Mr Madan Bahiya Kasana .
Dekh bhai mein hu jaat. Bagpat mein jato ki chalti hai. Tum sale noida saharanpur aur apne thode se gaon mein khush raho. Jiyo aur jena do. Teachers day par akele paach gujjartPITE. Gaadi phodi sala ki. Aur in gujjaro ke paas mein teen gaon the. Jab bhi saale kuch nahi kar paye. Thode time baad apne bhaiyo ko bula laye sale rote huye. Bas fir kya kaadi gaadi ma te bandook. salo ki wahi phat gayi. Kehte baat chit kar ke mamla khatam karo. Thik bhai manli tumhari baat. Saale baki time bhai bhai kar bolte rehe gaye. School mein dusro ke age gujjar rob jhadte apna. Par mere ate hi hath milate achi baat karte. Sale thali ke bangon hai. Lower caste people. Cattle chor
Post by GujjarDelhi on Sept 14, 2015 11:47:48 GMT 5.5
Humare bahut Jaat dost hain lekin teri baat sunke man khatta ho gaya, tu ek kaam kar agar tu asal baap ka hai to apna poora naam aur gaon ka naam bata de, fir dekhte hain kitna bada mard hai tu, pata nahi kin 2-4 bachho ko peet ke badmash ban raha hai saale humare yenha 13-14 sal ke bachhe bhi pistol leke ghumte hain tu kis khet ki mooli hai be. Ab mai shart lagata hu iske baad tu sirf faltu ke message bhejega naam address nahi batayega. HAHAHAHAH.