Talk:List of Gurjar clans

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WHY?!?!?!?![edit]

I removed some really un-wiki material from this article, but for some reason or another, it was put back. Please judge this piece carefully and see if you think it should remain:

HI I IAM ANKUR BHADANA. BHADANA is the most populler goatra in west haryana .OUR OUNBEL PRIM MINISTER jawahar lal nehru comes to our village anangpur near surajkund faridabad he said that the gurjjars of village anangpur realy make me happy by there respect and culture. AND I PARSONALY THINK THAT THE GURJJARS ARE SO SACRATMENTED AND SO SNOBISH.


Obviously, apart from the lousy spelling, it is both POV and offensive, so I do not see WHY it was put back! (I have deleted it now, but I hope that, before someone gets ideas about reverting my edit, they read this) --Maurice45 (talk) 18:03, 19 April 2008 (UTC)

I am also removing the following:

Hi i am PUNEET DEDHA from village gammri which is in east delhi.

In dedha comunity it is said to be that we have one and half of goatra among other gurjjars. we snached half of the goatra from ADHANAS because of there mischifs so that they repay the cost of their mistake.

Dedha is also one of the famous cast in gurjar goatras.Most of them living in delhi & ncr areas.India's capital DELHI is the native land of dedha gurjar.Iam ANAND DEDHA from sabhapur village NEW DELHI.There are 23 Village of Dedha's in Delhi & 1 in Uttar pradesh.


Dhaliya is the gujjar cast which resides in the cities of western utter pradesh like greater noida , noida and Rajasthan. Dhaliya is brother cast of Chaprana cast that's why marriages between these cast don't take

place. Hi,Gujjar,s Brothers I m SOOD gujjar From pakistan (FaisalAbad Punjab)Before partition I lived in Hoshiarpur India village Bhagowal,IN Faisalabad 15 villages of GUJJAR,S.My villge name is Chak no 232 G.B chaudhary Sarwar GUJJAR WALI . IN MY VILLAGE MOSTLY SOOD,MAISI,Chechi,Kasana,Bajaar,Chaar, Ghorsi are living.If any one Gujjar WANT TO CONTACT ME THEN PLZ NOTED MY EMAIL chmujahid_232@yahoo.com

--Maurice45 (talk) 18:11, 19 April 2008 (UTC)

ITS ARTICLE TO EMPROVE GUJJARS COMMUNITYS SELFrespect

HI MY NAME IS BHARAT CHOUDHARY I LIVE AT NEW SABHA PUR KARAWAL NAGAR CHOUDHARY STREET EDUCATIONAL MKT. THERE LIVE DEADHA IN MEZORITE THEYR COME FROM SABHA PUR .I AM ALSO DEADHA BOYS. I THINK THAT THE GUJJAR IS THE BEST HUMANITY PERSON IN THE WORLD.AND IF THEY WANT THEY DO ANYTHING WITH THE MEZORITY SO KEEP IN THOUCH WITH GUJJARS TO SAVE HIMSELF BCOUSE GUJJARS ARE THE FUTHER OF INDIA AND THEY DO WELL WITH TECHNOLOGY.SO KEEP THIS THINK OK —Preceding unsigned comment added by 59.177.12.83 (talk) 07:22, 17 June 2009 (UTC)


hi i am virender dedha i am live at sabha pur gujran delhi dedha fuond in mizority in delhi dedha is sub caste of gujjars in delhi dedha have near 24 village in delhi they have such a strong sub caste in delhi to other caste no any one caste in delhi which have mizority also dedha is finacialy strong person

Total lack of citations[edit]

Whether or not there is a wikipedia article about a list member, that member must be cited in the list article as being a member of the list. This article has no members meeting that individual requirement for citation. Cite it or lose it. Fiddle Faddle (talk) 2 AUgust 2012

It is time to start pruning the list. The book used as a reference at the lend is imperfect for this. We need to know inthe citation that the name stated is a member of the list by virtue of an independent citation. Fiddle Faddle (talk) 14:42, 14 November 2012 (UTC)

This is a rubbish page. Kindly add references or delete it causing confusion. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 115.119.104.226 (talk) 12:21, 19 April 2013 (UTC)

Many clans are in this section are from "Upper caste". This is crap[edit]

This whole article is biased. Without any credible references. Some gujjar guy have made this page wherein many clans mentioned in this section are from upper caste Rajputs and Bhramins. Please some one senior admin guy should either remove this page or add some credible references.

Can you please give some examples. - Sitush (talk) 12:17, 16 March 2014 (UTC)

Semi-protected edit request on 16 March 2014[edit]

hi i just wanted to know that why there is no name of bhadanas in the clans of gurjars

Vidhan Bhadana (talk) 10:46, 16 March 2014 (UTC)

Statements in Wikipedia articles must be verifiable. That usually means citing a reliable source. In addition, items added to lists must be notable and the best way to ascertain notability is to link to an existing article on the subject or to create an article on that subject.
We have an article titled Bhadana but it is about a town, not a clan, so we'd need to create something like Bhadana (clan) and provide sufficient suitable sources in that to establish notability. The sources would need to be independent of the subject matter (eg: not a clan website, many of which are self-published by individuals and are not peer-reviewed) and there would need to be several of them. The sources would also have to discuss the clan, not merely mention it in passing. Once all that is sorted out, we could add Bhadana to this list and use one of those sources as a citation. - Sitush (talk) 12:16, 16 March 2014 (UTC)