Rajputs of Rajputana

Rajputs of Rajputana is by an eminent Indian historian M. S. Navarane gives readers a glimpse into the history of Rajasthan. It delves into the story of the Rajputs, the proud patrilineal clans of western, central and northern India, giving an insight into their history. The book follows the Rajputs through their history and ultimate establishment as a military tribe, strong in stature and principles and a symbol of patriotism and stalwart strength all over India.

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Rajputs of Rajputana is by an eminent Indian historian gives readers a glimpse into the history of Rajasthan. It delves into the story of the Rajputs, the proud patrilineal clans of western, central and northern India, giving an insight into their history. M. S. Navarane tells readers that the origins of Rajputs aren’t very clear, and that the term Rajput wasn’t used to denote a particular tribe of people until the 700s. He reveals that after the collapse of the Guptas, the White Huns slowly began to integrate into Indian society and the leaders of those tribes were assimilated into the Indian Kshatriyas, probably becoming the first Rajputs. The book follows the Rajputs through their history and ultimate establishment as a military tribe, strong in stature and principles, and a symbol of patriotism and stalwart strength all over India.

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Weight 630 g
Dimensions 19 × 2 × 25 cm
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English

Pages

200