^ abEthnographic and Folk-Culture Society (Peshawar, Pakistan) (1947). The Eastern anthropologist. Ethnographic and Folk Culture Society, Peshawar.
^Kripa Shankar Mathur, Binod C. Agrawal, Tribe, caste, and peasantry, Ethnographic & Folk Culture Society, U. P., 1974, "... The present Hindu and Muslim Tyagis are the descendants of a common ancestor ..."
^Paul R. Brass, Factional Politics in an Indian State, "... The Tyagis are a highly localized Hindu caste, found only in the northwestern districts of Uttar Pradesh, in Delhi, and in two eastern districts of the Punjab ..."
^ abBrij Raj Chauhan, Extending frontiers of sociological learning, Dept. of Sociology, Institute of Advanced Studies, Meerut University, 1980, "... Economically, the Tyagis are the biggest landowning and cultivating category. This is reflected in the title 'Chaudhary' addressed for this caste by other castes. They share about 70% land ..."