Who are Bhargavas 
Bhargavas, also called Dhusar Brahmins, had their origin from the area near Dhosi Hill on the banks of Vadhusar river. Dhosi Hill is located in the ancient Vedic state of Brahmavarta, presently on the borders of Indian states Rajasthan and Haryana, area called Shekhawati. Part of 'Brahmavarta' state lies in South Haryana. Dhosi Hill is located 5 km from Narnaul and 60 km from Rewari. Bhargava community owe their lineage to Bhrigu Rishi, and his son Chyavana Rishi, who is better known for his links with creation of Chyawanprash by devas' Vaids, Ashwini Kumars the twin brothers.
Bhargavas are also called Dhusars, because of their origin from Dhosi Hill area. They follow Vedic Sanskriti and Ayurved in their day to day life and believe in Vedic rituals. Bhargavas are a branch of 'Gaur Brahmins'.
Bhargavas had their descent from the ancient rishis (sages) Bhrigu and Chyavana. Bhrigu Rishi had contributed to many Sanskrit Holy books like Rigved, Taittiriya Upanishad, Manusmriti, Bhrigu Samhita etc. He is a revered saint in Vedic Sanatana Dharma and has several mentions in epic Mahabharat and various Puranas. He was contemporary of veteran Rishi Manu, considered to be a flood figure 10,000 years ago and had lived in the Vedic state of 'Brahmavarta' near Dhosi Hill. As per 'Bhargava Jati Ka Itihas', by religious historian, Dr. P.L.Bhargava, Parashuram was in the 39th generation of Bhrigu and was a contemporary of Bhagwan Ram Chandra and period of epic Ramayana, now scientifically established as year 5112 BCE. Parashuram was known as this, because he was carrying a 'farsa' all the time. Parashuram is also known as 'Bhargava Rama'.
After a call from Adi Shankara during 840 AD, many Bhargavas took the appointments of 'Rajpurohits' with different ruling dynasties, mainly of Rajputs. Delhi, ruled by King Kumarpala had his 'Rajpurohit', Shyam Chandra from Qutabpur in Rewari. His descendants continued to be Rajpurohits of Delhi up to the year 1192 AD., the rule of Rajput King Prithvi Raj Chauhan, when his Rajpurohit was Priti Chandra of the same clan. Rule of Prithvi Raj Chauhan ended in 1192 AD when he was defeated by invader Muhammad Ghori.
In the sixteenth century, 1556 AD, Samrat Hem Chandra Vikramaditya, popularly known as Hemu born in Distt. Alwar of Rajasthan and a resident of Qutabpur, Rewari, became the King of North India, at Delhi. Hemu had won 22 battles continuously during 1553-1556, across entire North India from Punjab to Bengal defeating Afghans and the Mughal forces of Humayun-Akbar, at Agra and Delhi. Though, for a small period, Hemu established 'Hindu Raj' after a foreign rule of more than 350 years. Hemu defeated Akbar's forces decisively in Battle for Delhi on 6 October 1556 and declared him self as king of North India. By adopting a Vedic title of Vikramaditya, Hemu re-introduced Vedic Sanskriti oriented rule in North India and Hindu religion as official religion/Dharma of the administration after 350 years of foreign rule. Hemu lost his life in Second Battle of Panipat, on 5th Nov. 1556.
Present Status 
A small, educated and progressive community, Bhargavas excel in their fields of activity, where ever they are. At present times, high percentage of them are involved in professions like: Engineering, Medical Practitioners, Business Executives and Private Business, in various metro cities in India and different parts of world, .
Bhargavas have their community associations in various Indian cities known as 'Bhargava Sabhas'. There are about 37 'Sabhas' (associations) in Indian cities. These 'Sabhas' have an umbrella organisation called 'All India Bhargava Sabha', established in 1890  to which all the Sabhas are affiliated. All India Bhargava Sabha, plays the role of uniting the community scattered world wide. It also helps younger generation to know the ancient traditions and Sanskriti of the community. An annual conference of various sabhas is held at different cities in India. In Nov. 2012, it was held in Jodhpur, while in Dec. 2011 in Bikaner, and Dec. 2010 in Benaras.
'All India Bhargava Sabha' has resolved to hold 'International Conferences' in various countries to bring the international Bhargava community in the social and cultural main stream of the community. With this objective, the first 'Bhargava Global Conference' was held in Canada, the second one in USA & the third one was held in Dubai in May 2012 .
Great achievers of the Community 
- Samrat Hem Chandra Vikramaditya (Hemu) - 16th century Emperor of India, ruled from Delhi
- Munshi Nawal Kishore Bhargava - Freedom Fighter, Founder Member - Indian National Congress, Founder of Printing industry in India, Lucknow
- Thakur Das Bhargava- Member Constituent Assembly of India, member of first Rajya Sabha, belonged to Hissar in present day Haryana
- Mukut Bihari Lal Bhargava-Member Constituent Assembly of India, member 2nd and 3rd Lok Sabha, belonged to Ajmer
- Dr. Gopi Chand Bhargava - First Chief Minister of combined Haryana and Punjab after Independence, belonged to Hissar, Haryana
- B.N.Bhargava - Member 5th and 6th Lok Sabha, belonged to Ajmer
- Sharda Bhargava - Member 1st and 2nd Rajya Sabha, belonged to Ajmer
- Girdhari Lal Bhargava - Member 9th,10th,11th,12th, and 13th Lok Sabha, belonged to Jaipur
- R C Bhargava - Chairman, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd., New Delhi, Former President CII
- Subodh Bhargava - Former President, Confederation of Indian Industry, Associated with many corporates
- Anju Bhargava - Member, "President Barack Obama's Inaugural Advisory Council on Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnership" USA
- Vijay K. Bhargava - Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada; President of the IEEE Communications Society
- Priyam Bhargava - Miss India USA 2013, Memphis, USA
- Mukesh Bhargava - Founder, IMCare/Heartcare Canada - Bhopal
- Nagendra Prakash Bhargava - Philanthropist, Industrialist,(Midland-Jumbo),Patron-Bhargava Heritage at Dhosi Hill, New Delhi, India.
- Manoj Bhargava - Founder 5 Hr. Energy, Richest Indian in USA
- Vikrant Bhargava - Co-founder, Partygaming, Gibralter
- Dr. Puroshattam Lal Bhargava, Former Professor, Religious Studies Department, Macmaster University, Hamilton, Canada; "Bhargava Jati Ka Itihas" 1989; page 7-8
- Sudhir Bhargava, Location of 'Brahmavarta' and Drishadwati river is important to find the earliest alignment of saraswati river, Souvenir, International Conference on Saraswati River at Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, 20–22 November 2009, pages 114-117
- Dr. Puroshattam Lal Bhargava, Former Prof., Religious Studies Department, Macmaster University, Hamilton, Canada; "Bhargava Jati Ka Itihas" 1989; page 7
- see page on wikipedia
- Col. James Todd Committee report on Castes in Rajputana area, British period,
- Dr. Puroshottam Lal Bhargava, Former Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Macmaster University, Hamilton, Canada, "Bhargava Jati Ka Itihas", 1989, page 8,
- See respective pages on wikipedia
- because of his contributions to Vedic litrature,
- Matsaya Puran
- Sudhir Bhargava on 'Brahmavarta' as above
- "Bhargava Jati Ka Itihas", page 8
- Dr. Subramanian Swamy, "Rama Setu"- Symbol of National Unity, Har-Narain Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pages 42-43
- Ms. Raj Bala, on "Dating of Lord Rama's Birth", seminar held on 30-31, July 2011 on "Ancient Events Before 2000 B.C." by Institute of Scientific Research on VEDAS", Delhi Chapter
- M.L.Bhargava, "Hemu and His Times" (Afghans Vs Mughals), Reliance Publishing House, New Delhi p. 170
- M.L.Bhargava, "Hemu and His Times", page 171
- Hemu and His Times, page 172
- See page on 'Hem Chandra Vikramaditya', on Wikipedia
- Souvenir, "All India Bhargava Sabha' issued at Bikaner, 25-27 Dec. 2011
- Constitution, All India Bhargava Sabha