The history of the Gujjar ethnicity has been written countless times, but unfortunately, most of the times under a particular bias. This is a fresh approach to Gujjar history, where I have tried to stay away from the biases of the historians, and present to you a common sense, easy to understand, history of the Gujjars. Your feedbacks are always important, and if you see any mistakes in the information present, do not hesitate to comment below. Thanks!Read More The Real History of the Gujjar Ethnicity
In October 1824, the Gujjars of Saharanpur rose in rebellion against the British occupation of their land.
A battle was fought at the Kunjah fort of Dehradun between the Gujjar and Britsh forces, who were also supported by the Gurkhas. This article includes some details of that event.Read More 1824: The Gujjar Rebellion of Saharanpur
The uprising against East India Company that started at Meerut in 1857 and then spread all over India has been known by many names. The most famous names for it include, the Indian Mutiny, India’s First War of Independence, the Great Rebellion, the Indian Rebellion, the Revolt of 1857, the Rebellion of 1857, the Uprising […]Read More 1857: The Gujjar Rebellion of Meerut and India’s First War of Independence
This article talks about author Shanta Rani Sharma’s views on Gujjar history. It will point out the inconsistencies of her views, and provide an answer to questions raised by her. The underlying political motives of her article will also be discussed.Read More A Rebuttal of Shanta Rani Sharma’s Arguments (and of her supporters)
Is Gujjar the name of a tribe, clan, or ethnicity? This article talks about this problem and also dispels some myths regarding this question.Read More Is Gujjar a Tribe, Race, or an Ethnicity?
This is a picture of Gujjar Sirdars who lived in Rajasthan during Mughal era.Read More Rajasthani Gujjar Sirdars in British Era