Jagdev Parmar Feb 28, 2014 14:30:36 GMT 5.5
Post by aps on Feb 28, 2014 14:30:36 GMT 5.5
unhi ek kul mai raja vakpati hue hain jinko shrest rajput keh kar unhi ke darbar ke kaviyo ne sambodhit kiya hai.......... isi baat ka jikr prithviraj raso mai bhi hai ....... jaha parmaro ko agni vanshi rajput kaha gaya hai.......... aap chahe to wikipedia par bhi padh sakte hain..............
aap ke iss bare jo bhi vichaar ho mujhe please bataye........... mai aapko e aur baat bata dena chahata hoon ki yeh to vishv vikhyat hai ki aakhri hindu samrat prithvuraj chauhan ek rajput shashak the phir aap unhe gujjar kaise keh sakte hain........................
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The Chauhan, Parmars, Solankis, Chandellas, Tanwars, Bhadana (Bhadanakas) etc. etc. are not only prominent gotra of Gujjars but also the feudatories of Gujjar Pratihars and also were relatives among themselves.
Prithiraj Chauhan and his younger brother were not the only Gujjar rulers but also the other Gujjar Chauhan family continued to rule from Nadol till the time Allaudin Khiljee. The Governor of Ranthambore appointed by Kutubdin Aibak named as Gopal was an illegitimate son ( written as Gola by Ferristah) of Ajmer rulers. Hammir of Hammir Raso was a rajpoot and was the direct descendent of this gola. The direct descendents and other direct relatives of Prithviraj Chauhan never accepted the slavery of the slave dynasty of Aibaks and his successors moved to Arvali hills where most of the Gujjar population continued to live even today. Hariraj Chauhan, the younger brother of Prithviraj Chauhan entered alive into burning pyre after the second time defeat of Hindoos, rather than accepting slavery.
Witth reference to your query about Raja Vikramaditya who was a Gujjar and the Greek coins of 57BC found in India Pakistan and Afghanistan belonged to him.
His name in greek is written as Kujula kara Kadphasis. Here the greek
Kujula stands for Gurjara, Kara stands for Shri and Kadphasis stands for Vikramaditya.
Historical evidence of the relationship of Kujula Kara Kasphasis or Vikramaditya with rajpoot can be seen by opening the following link.
History of the rise of the Mahomedan power in India, till the year ...
Muḥammad Qāsim Hindū-Šāh Astarābādī Firišta - 1829
Some of the Hindoos assert, that the tribes of Brahmin and Kshetry existed from time immemorial, but that the Rajpoots are a modern tribe, only known since the beginning of the Kulyoog. The same is related of many other different tribes. The Rajpoots attained power since the death of Raja Vikramajeet, from whom is derived the present Hindoo era, being something more than 1600 years. The origin of the Rajpoots is thus related. The rajas, not satisfied with their married wives, had frequently children by their female slaves, who, although not legitimate successors to the throne, were styled Rajpoots, or the children of the rajas, and the children of Raja Sooruj, whose history we shall now relate, were the first to whom the name of rajpoot was given.