List of Gurjars

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The Gurjar are an ethnic group in India, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Alternative spellings include Gurjara, Gujar and Gurjjar.

The following is a partial list of notable Gurjars, arranged by category.

Rulers[edit]

Gurjara-Pratihara Rulers (650-1036 AD)
Dadda I-II-III (650 - 750)
Nagabhata I (750 - 780)
Vatsaraja (780 - 800)
Nagabhata II (800 - 833)
Ramabhadra (833 - 836)
Mihira Bhoja I (836 - 890)
Mahendrapala I (890 - 910)
Bhoj II (910 - 913)
Mahipala I (913 - 944)
Mahendrapala II (944 - 948)
Devpala (948 - 954)
Vinaykpala (954 - 955)
Mahipala II (955 - 956)
Vijaypala II (956 - 960)
Rajapala (960 - 1018)
Trilochanpala (1018 - 1027)
Jasapala (Yashpala) (1024 - 1036)

Freedom fighters[edit]

Politicians[edit]

India[edit]

  • Rajesh Pilot,[3] ex-Home Minister (State) - Government of India, Minister of Surface Transport, Minister of Telecom

Activists[edit]

National Bravery Award[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Singh, Nau Nihal (2003). The royal Gurjars: their contribution to India. Anmol Publications. p. 345. ISBN 978-81-261-1414-6. 
  2. ^ Singh, Nau Nihal (2003). The royal Gurjars: their contribution to India. Anmol Publications. p. 339. ISBN 978-81-261-1414-6. "Kotwal Dhan Singh Gurjar was the leader of this initial battle of 1857. Dhan Singh Gurjar was the Kotwal of Meerut in 1857" 
  3. ^ Nair, R. R. (14 February 1998). "BJP seeking to thwart Pilot on non-Gujjar votes". Rediff.com. Retrieved 26 July 2012. 
  4. ^ "Subaltern General". Tehelka. 16 June 2007. Retrieved 26 July 2012. 
  5. ^ Sharma, Arun (1 October 2009). "Gujjars demand gallantry award for Rukhsana". Chennai, India: Thehindu.com.