Lohtamia

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Lohtamias are a clan of Rajputs based in Bihar.[1][page needed] They are considered to be indigenous to Bihar, in contrast to other Rajput lineages who immigrated to the area.[2][page needed]

They migrated to Rajnagar and occupied multiple villages in the area. They also occupied a fort known as Rajnagar garh and engaged in territorial disputes with other Rajput lineages.[3]

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  1. ^ Jha, Hetukar, ed. (2002). Perspectives on Indian Society and History: A Critique. Manohar.
  2. ^ Singh, Kumar Suresh (1985). Tribal Society in India: An Anthropo-historical Perspective. Manohar.
  3. ^ Witsoe, Jeffrey (2013). Democracy against Development: Lower-Caste Politics and Political Modernity in Post-Colonial India. University of Chicago Press. pp. 26–28, 142. ISBN 978-0-22606-350-8.