The Khatri are a trading and mercantile community, who originated in Punjab and spread to the many states in which they now live. Numbering around 2. In all, they are distributed in over districts in the country and have segments. The Khatri claim to be Rajput: the second highest class of warriors in the fourfold Hindu caste system.The Kapil Sharma Show - दी कपिल शर्मा शो - Ep -129 - Fun With The Cast Of Daddy - 20th August, 2017
They believe that their name is a corrupt derivation of the Sanskrit word Kshatriya, which is a synonym of Rajput. During the British rule of the 19th century, the Khatri virtually had a monopoly over trade in Punjab and neighbouring Afghanistan. There is no doubt that the Khatri is an influential community of northwestern India; one that has emerged as one of the most progressive and dynamic in recent years.
There are many theories regarding their origin. One legend relates that Parashurama Rama, 6th incarnation of Vishnu wanted to massacre the Kshatriyas and caused every Kshatriya woman to miscarry.
However, some women escaped and took shelter in Brahmin highest priestly caste houses. The Brahmin declared them to be Brahmin and even ate with them in order to show Parashurama that the Kshatriya women were from their caste, and thus saved them. According to this story, the children born of these women became the Khatri. The language spoken by the Khatri people varies from state to state.
However, in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, they also speak Dogri and Bhadrawahi. Hindi is the primary language in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh and it is written in the Devanagari script. Most Khatri are also fluent in Hindi language and many educated Khatri speak English.
The Khatri are businessmen, traders, professional moneylenders and financiers. Their business pursuits range from owning and operating village shops to being major wholesale traders and industrialists. However, there are also some who practice agriculture and rear animals.
Many are contractors and transporters, while a few are employed in government and private sectors. The Khatri of Gujarat are known for their cloth which they print and dye as well as the specialized art of bandhini tying and dyeing fabricswhile in Maharashtra they are the traditional weavers of silk saris, especially the famous paithani saris.
The Khatri are also engineers, doctors, scientists, army, police, administrators, politicians and creative artists. Generally, they are highly literate. They encourage both sons and daughters to study and graduate. The Khatri use modern medicine as well as indigenous medicines. They practice family planning.
Official development programs have brought numerous opportunities to them and they make full use of the schemes offered relating to subsidized loans and irrigation facilities; and made optimum use of the Public Distribution System and national banks for personal savings and obtaining loans for commercial purposes.
This is an endogamous community — that is they do not marry outside their group. However they do marry between clans, and often, villages. The clan names are also often used as surnames.Sign In. Edit Hindi Medium Raj Batra Saba Qamar Mita Batra Dishita Sehgal Pia Deepak Dobriyal Shyam Prakash Swati Das Tulsi Amrita Singh Principal Lodha Sumit Gulati Chotu Angshuman Nandi Mohan Neha Dhupia Suri Sahani Maya's Husband Arha Mahajan Parent with CM letter Sachin Kumar Chandani Chowk Neighbour Kiran Khoje Sushila Pammi Khanna Masterji Ashima Gulati Vasant Kunj Friend 2 Shyam Gopal DJ Vijay Kumar Dogra MLA' s P.
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A minuscule agrarian community called Kambhoj is living in Maharashtra which probably has descended from those Kambojas who had settled in South-West India around Christian era.
The Kamboj people are the modern representatives of ancient Kambojasa well known Kshatriya tribe of Indo-Aryans, stated to have had both Indian as well as Iranian affinities and mentioned in ancient Sanskrit texts and epigraphy. Their Kamboja Kingdoms were likely located in regions on both sides of the Hindukush see Kamboja Location.
They apparently qualify as an Indo-Iranian people, better as Iranians, cognate to the Indo-Scythians. Their descendants held various principalities in Medieval India, the one in north-west Bengal being seized, around middle of tenth century CE, from the Palas in Bengal. Some Kamboj, such as Shahbaz Khan Kamboh, occupied key military and civil positions during the Turkic and the Moghul reign in northern India.
The historian M. Athar Ali said that "The Sayyids and the Kambohs among the Indian Muslims were especially favoured for high military and civil positions during Moghul rule". See: Brahmanism of Ancient Kambojas. The modern Kamboj are said to be divided into two divisions of 52 and 84 clans names the actual number is however some what higher than these figures.
Jiya Lal Kamboj observes that more than 15 of the Kamboj clan names overlap with that of the Brahmins and over 80 overlap with other Kshatriya and Rajput clans of northern India. But according to S. Kirpal Singh Dardi, the respective figures are over 25 overlapping with Brahmins and over overlapping with other Kshatriyas and Rajputs.
Rose, had also observed in early20th century that there is seen an overlap of the Kamboj clan names with that of the Brahmins and other Kshatriyas.
Rose also admitted that the reason of this overlap was not clear to him . But, today with all the information provided in the articles in Wikipedia about the Kambojas, it would seem clear as to why there is such an overlap. For more expanded list of Kamboj clans, click here. Kamboj men and women remain to be one of the most important and finest class of agriculturists of India especially in Punjab and Haryana, which is why many of them have a strong physique, as well as aryan features which have been given to them via their ancient Kamboja ancestors, ancient Kamboja, an Indo -Iranian Aryan clan of Indo-European family.
The Kambojs in both Punjab and in other states in India are found in a variety of other developed nations such as America and the United Kingdom, where they have developed successful businesses and employment.
In fact, because of the fact that the Kambojs own most of the land in Punjab and Haryana and therefore work on it to produce wheat, rice and various other food grains and vegetables, it has boosted Punjabs economy and therefore decreased amounts of poverty in the region.
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Mohana Rathod, a year-old daayansustains herself by draining the life-force of her victims. She enchants Mridul Rathod and marries him. They have two children, Ansh and Kajal. Mohana helps him amass great wealth through black magic while she gradually drains his vitalityleading to his premature death.
Mohana also kills Mridul's mother to hide her secret identity, but the Rathods grow suspicious anyway. A worried Vedashree Rathod seeks help from her friend Divya Sharma, a psychical wizardess and a reevaavanshi member of a clan of monster-hunters who comes to help the Rathod family. She wards off the evil eye by slashing Mohana's plait, rendering Mohana powerless.
Ansh and Kajal grow up with their cousins, Neha and Rishi in a city far away. He can be saved from turning to the dark side only by a girl who has Durga 's trishula symbol as her birthmark, and is referred to as devik divine conduit.
Divya's daughter Piya Sharma has that symbol behind her neck. Sparks fly between Ansh and Piya. Mohana sends a puppet daayanRuby, with a fake symbol to marry Ansh, so that she can return.
Ansh and Vedashree fall under Ruby's control, during which Ruby and Ansh get married. Mohana is released from the seal and regains her powers. Ansh learns about his mother. Piya's childhood friend and obsessive lover, Naman attempts to marry her by taking advantage of his unwell foster mother, a visually-impaired priestess, but Ansh stops the wedding.
Bhaisasur becomes enraged at Mohana for cutting his daughter Ruby's plait and attacks Ansh instead of Piya, much to Mohana's horror. A distressed Piya invokes Devi-Maa for help. Piya learns that she is the real Devik. Later Ansh learns about his Daavansh self and that Mohana and Vedeshree are half-sisters.
Saavi is hypnotised by Mohana and releases Dilruba, a chudelto separate Piya and Ansh. Dilruba casts a raakhchakrahex to capture Piya and Ansh, but Piya saves Ansh and becomes trapped inside Dilruba's hex. With Mohana's help, Ansh fools Dilruba due to which her hex breaks, freeing Piya.
Later Mohana agrees to Ansh and Piya's marriage and frees Divya, who is later revealed to be a Sarpika serpent. Mohana kills Divya but Divya outsmarts Mohana by transferring her serpentine powers to Piya.
Ansh and Piya get married. Piya learns about Mohana's real motive of wanting to feed on Ansh on the day of rakt chandra grahanthe red moon eclipse : to become immortal. The churel makes Piya fall into an eternal sleep. Ansh turns to the dark side and becomes an extremely powerful Daavansh who cares for no one but himself. Piya returns with the help of trinetra-mania gem powered by Shiva's third eye and brings Ansh back to his senses.
Piya exposes Mohana's intentions to the Rathods, after which Ansh expels Mohana. Later, Piya and Ansh consummate their marriage. Dola, Mohana's twin sister and Ruby's mother, a two-headed daayan who rules the Swapna-Lohk Dream World and unleashes horror frightens the Rathods and threatens to kill Ansh.
The Rathods attack Dola using Makarketh flowers on the muhurta of Makar Sankranti and kill her, only to be revived by Mohana. The sisters fool Piya into transferring her serpentine powers to Ansh. Believing that Piya is devoid of powers, the sisters try to burn her alive using Tharal-agni a type of fuel. Piya invokes Devi-Maa for help. Mohana and Dola are turned into stone statues, but are freed by Ruby.
A Sarp snake-man hypnotises Ansh and steals his Sarpika powers.Some of people belongs to this Nagpal subcaste also found in Punjab state of Pakistan.
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Email: info KambojSociety. All Rights Reserved.The Arora is a community originating from the Punjab region and is one of the branches of the Khatri caste, the other being Panjabi Khatri. They are also referred to as "Arora Khatris", especially in Rajasthan.
Denzil Ibbetsonwho wrote the Report for the Indian census ofnotes that "The Aroras are often called Roras in the east of the Panjab". However, he considers the community calling itself Ror to be distinct from the Punjabi Arora, stating that "I can hardly believe that the frank and stalwart Ror is of the same origin as the Arora" even though they shared a common account of their origin.
The account was that in the past they had denied their original status in order to avoid persecution, and were in fact "Rajputs who escaped the fury of Paras Ram Parashuram by stating that their caste was aur or 'another'", from which word their name came. According to Ibbetson, the belief of the Punjabi community is that in fleeing the persecution there was at some point a bifurcation, with some members moving north and others moving south.
From this arose the two major endogamous divisions within the Arora, respectively known as Uttradhi and Dakhna, which in turn had subdivisions. Rose is more specific, considering this to be the belief of the Arora of Gujaratwho maintain that Paras Ram pushed the community towards Multanwhere they founded the town of Arorkot[b] probably near to the present day Rohri. That town was subsequently cursed and its inhabitants fled in different directions through its north, south and west gates. While Rose agrees with Ibbetson that the Dakhna division is sometimes thought to include a subdivision called Dahra, he states that the Dahra went westwards, rather than south, and that there is also another major division known as the Sindhi of Sindh.
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For the purposes of his report on the census, Ibbetson treats the Arora as a separate community from that of the Khatri, although similarly one of the "great mercantile castes". It is presumed that they migrated from Sindh or Multan to Lahoreand then to Amritsar.
This is inferred from the fact that, after a very long stay in the central Punjab, they ceased to speak their Lahnda dialect. The Arora Sikhs are mostly found in big towns, especially in Amritsar. They were living there even before independence. Their Hindu counterparts, the majority of whom migrated from Pakistan, arrived in India in Aroras not only have survived but have prospered.
The Amritsar Gazetteer claims Aroras are very energetic and intelligent. They are mostly engaged in trade and industry. They are superior in business acumen to their counterparts settled in the district. A good number of them have also joined public and private services.