Nadoda Rajputs

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The Nadoda are a Rajput community found the state of Gujarat, India. They are notable for their historic refusal to pay taxes to the sultans.[1]

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  1. ^ Singh, K. S. (2003). People of India: Volume XXII : Gujarat. Popular Prakashan. pp. 992–995. ISBN 8179911047.