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Tribal Research & Cultural Foundation
A National Organisation working for the Welfare of Indian Tribes with special focus on "Gujjar Tribe" of India
Registered with Government of India and Government of Jammu and Kashmir Under Societies Act-1998 under No:3456-S-2000

The History Of Gujjars
In the Himalayan regions, Gujjar is considered an important and historical tribe .This tribe has ruled over many princely states in northern India for hundred of years and left their imprints in the Himalayan ranges and inscribed them in such a way that they could not be destroyed even after thousand of years.Read More



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Gujjar Society

The Gujjars, who live Nomadic life today, have  once ruled the entire Northern India . Modern day Gujrat was called GUJAR-RATA or Gujjar Rashtra meaning thereby Kingdom of Gujjars . This was the area where Gujjars flourished and their rule spread over entire Northern India .
Gujjar tribe appeared on the horizon of India during 5th century A.D, with the advent of white Huns and they established their rule on northern parts. History revealed that the entire Northern India , was  ruled by the Ashkani , Panwar, Baruoch  Chaweri and Parthar Gujjars.There states of Gujjar kingdoms present a brief account of the Glorious past of Gujjars. Not only this, the immortal remains of Gujjar past tell their stories in the whole central Asia and adjoining areas.Read More


  


The research

The Government   of India has set up various commissions from time to time for identification of various weaker communities so that data and other necessary information could be collected in respect of their educational, social, economic and political status and on the basis of such datas and resultant recommendations, such downtrodden communities could be provided avenues for development and progress. A few of such commissions which have played vital and historical role include   Gajendragadkar Commission, the Sikri Commission, the Wazir Commission (1969), the Anand Commission (1976) and the Mandal Commission which covered the entire country Read More

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Gujjar Community
The Gujjars, who live Nomadic life today, have  once ruled the entire Northern India .Modern day Gujrat was called "GUJAR-RATA" or Gujjar Rashtra  meaning thereby "Kingdom of Gujjars". This was the area where Gujjars flourished and their rule spread over entire Northern India .Gujjar tribe appeared on the horizon of India during 5th century A.D, with the advent of white Huns and they established their rule on northern parts. History revealed that the entire    Northern India , was  ruled by the Ashkani ,Panwar, Baruoch  Chaweri and Parthar Gujjars.  There states of Gujjar kingdoms present a brief account of the Glorious past of Gujjars. Not only this, the immortal remains of Gujjar past tell their stories in the whole central Asia and adjoining areas.Presently Gujjars live in above one dozen States of India, with their distinctive life style, these States include Jammu and Kashmir , Read More

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