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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - History of Rajputs - Rajput Origins

Rajput is a kshatriya caste in India.The Rajputs are comprised of many different clans. They were known for their valor and chivalry in battle. For centuries, they were India's line of defense against invaders. They proved their chivalry by fighting with honor and the mercy that they showed to the vanquished. When fighting against the hordes of Arabs, Moghuls, Afghans, and Turks, many preferred to die rather than to forsake their ancestors' faith (Hindu dharma) for Islam. While the nations of the Middle East fell in a matter of a few years t ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Hindi literature - History

Hindi literature - Adi kaal before 1400 CE. In ancient period of Hindi or Adi Kaal (before 1400 CE), Hindi literature was developed in the states of Kannauj, Delhi and Ajmer. Delhi was ruled by Prithviraj Chauhan and his court poet was Chand Bardai. His eulogy on Prithiviraj Chauhan called the Prithviraj Raso was considered one of the first works in the History of Hindi Literature. Kannauj's last Rathore ruler was Jayachand, who gave more patronage to Sanskrit (which was no longer the common man's language ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Rajput - Rajputs and Invasions of India

Rajput - Organization of Indian kingdoms during invasions and facts related to the wars.. There is a big misconception that India was conquered very easily by Muslims. Facts are very different and are discussed on the page pointed to by the heading of this section. Rajput - Bappa Rawal. Muslims started attacking India within a few decades of the birth of islam. For a few hundred years they had no success. Bin Qasim was able to defeat Dahir in Sindh but was routed by Bappa Rawal ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Delhi - History

Delhi has seen the rise and fall of many empires which have left behind numerous monuments that attest to the grandeur and glory of bygone ages. Delhi - Ancient history. Traditionally, Delhi is said to be the site of the magnificent and opulent Indraprastha, capital of the Pandavas in the Indian epic Mahabharata, founded around 5000 BC. A village called Indarpat existed in Delhi until the beginning of the 19th century. The British demolished the ancient village to make way for the construction of New Delhi in the late 19th century. Archaeological evidence suggests that Indraprastha once s ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - History of Rajputs - Independent India

On India's independence in 1947, the native rules were given three choices, join one of the two states Indian or Pakistan, or remain indepedent. Rajput rulers of Rajputana and Central India acceded to newly-independent India and Rajputana, renamed Rajasthan, became an Indian state in 1950. The Maharajas were given special recognitions and an annual amount termed privy-purse was set for them. Many of the Rajput Maharajas entered politics and served India as elected representatives. In 1971, Indira Gandhi "de-recognized" the Maharajas a ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Hindi literature - Prominent Figures of Hindi literature

See also: List of Hindi and Urdu authors Sarahapa or Saraha (769-), author of Doha-Kosha Devasena, author of Devasena Shravakachara (933) Shalibhadra, author of Bharateshwar Bahubali Ras (1184) Jagnika, author of Parmal Raso (Chandella period) Chand Bardai (1148-1191), author of Prathviraj Raso Shalibhadra Suri, author of Bhareshshvar-Bahubali Ras in 1184. Ami ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Delhi - Demographics

Delhi's population is more than 15 million people (2005 est.), making it the 3rd largest metropolitan area in India after Bombay and Calcutta. About 295,000 people live in New Delhi and 125,000 in Delhi Cantonment. There are 827 women per 1000 men; the literacy rate is 78.5%. Approximately 90% of the population is urban. Delhi has one of the highest per capita incomes in India and is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in Asia. According to a 2001 census by the Indian government, 13.0 million people lived in the Delhi metropolitan ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Delhi - Sports

Cricket is the most popular sport in the city as in India as a whole. There are several cricket grounds (locally known as maidan) across Delhi. The local Delhi Cricket Team is one of the top cricket teams in the Ranji Trophy, India's top domestic cricket tournament. One of the oldest cricket grounds in India to be granted international status, the Feroz Shah Kotla, is situated in Delhi. But other sports, particularly soccer, tennis, golf, badminton, swimming, kart racing, weightlifting and table tennis are becoming more popular. Field hockey, which is India's official ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - History of Rajputs - Social Structure

In ancient India, society was divided into four parts (varnas): brahmins, kshatriyas, vaishyas, and shudras. The Rajputs eventually came to occupy the place in society of the kshatriyas. In that ancient era, this system was very fluid and flexible. Ibbetson writes in his book, "In the earlier Hinduism we find that, while caste distinctions were primarily based upon occupation, considerable license in this respect was permitted to the several castes, while the possibility of the individual rising [or falling] fr ...

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History of Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Rajput Origins, History of Rajputs - Suryavanshi, History of Rajputs - Chandravanshi, History of Rajputs - Agnivanshi, History of Rajputs - Social Structure, History of Rajputs - Emergence of Royal Clans, History of Rajputs - Emergence of Rajputs as a Community, History of Rajputs - Major Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Rajput Resistance to Muslim invasions, History of Rajputs - Akbar's alliance with Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Aurangzeb and Rajput Rebellion, History of Rajputs - Maratha Domination and British Rule, History of Rajputs - Independent India, History of Rajputs - Famous Rajput people, History of Rajputs - Rajput traditions

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - History of Rajputs - Emergence of Royal Clans

The first Rajput kingdoms are attested in the 6th century, and the Rajputs rose to prominence in Indian history in the ninth and tenth centuries. The four Agni kula clans, the Pratiharas (Pariharas), Chauhans (Chahamanas), Solankis (Chaulukyas), and Paramaras (Parmars), rose to prominence first. The Pratiharas established the first Rajput kingdom in Marwar in southwestern Rajasthan, with the Chauhans at Ajmer in central Rajasthan, the Solankis in Gujarat, and the Paramaras in Malwa. The Rajput Rai Dynasty ruled Sind during the 6th and ...

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History of Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Rajput Origins, History of Rajputs - Suryavanshi, History of Rajputs - Chandravanshi, History of Rajputs - Agnivanshi, History of Rajputs - Social Structure, History of Rajputs - Emergence of Royal Clans, History of Rajputs - Emergence of Rajputs as a Community, History of Rajputs - Major Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Rajput Resistance to Muslim invasions, History of Rajputs - Akbar's alliance with Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Aurangzeb and Rajput Rebellion, History of Rajputs - Maratha Domination and British Rule, History of Rajputs - Independent India, History of Rajputs - Famous Rajput people, History of Rajputs - Rajput traditions

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - History of Rajputs - Major Rajputs

The Major Rajputs are a tribe, as it is a community related by blood. That does not mean that all Major Rajputs are related to one another. Instead, since marriages form bonds of blood, the Major Rajputs traditionally marry only other Major Rajputs. The caste of the Major Rajputs eventually has come to be goldsmiths, because that is currently their predominant occupation. Here is a possible method of classification that should reduce some confusion. The asli kaum or original community of the Mairs is the Rajput community. The Majors, ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - History of Rajputs - Maratha Domination and British Rule

The quarrels amog the Rajputs led to the invitation of Maratha help from the rival aspirants to power, and finally to the subjection of all the Rajput states to the Marathas. Jodhpur was conquered by Sindhia, who levied a tribute of 60,000 rupees, and took from it the fort and town of Ajmer. Internecine disputes and succession wars disturbed the peace of the early years of the century, and the Rajput princes asked for British protection from the Marathas during the Third Anglo-Maratha War of 1817-1818. At the conclusion of the war in 1818, 1 ...

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History of Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Rajput Origins, History of Rajputs - Suryavanshi, History of Rajputs - Chandravanshi, History of Rajputs - Agnivanshi, History of Rajputs - Social Structure, History of Rajputs - Emergence of Royal Clans, History of Rajputs - Emergence of Rajputs as a Community, History of Rajputs - Major Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Rajput Resistance to Muslim invasions, History of Rajputs - Akbar's alliance with Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Aurangzeb and Rajput Rebellion, History of Rajputs - Maratha Domination and British Rule, History of Rajputs - Independent India, History of Rajputs - Famous Rajput people, History of Rajputs - Rajput traditions

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Delhi - Transportation

Delhi, by its variety, congestion and large expanse, is a transportation challenge, but it has an advantage in terms of good infrastructure in the form of wide roads and decent railway and air connectivity. Delhi - Roadways. As Delhi's population continues to grow exponentially, the city's transportation authority struggles to reduce traffic congestion. Like many other cities in the developing world, it faces acute transport management problems leading to air pollution, congestion and resultant loss of pro ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - History of Rajputs - Emergence of Rajputs as a Community

The term Rajputra was first used by Harshavardhan (606-648 AD) of Kannauj. The term was used for the descendants of the Shahi dynasty present in Kashmir in Rajatarangini of Kalhana. The 36 Rajput clans are first mentioned in Kumarpala Charita of Jayasimha and then in Prithviraj Raso of Chandbardai. The lists include classical clans like Ikshvaku, Soma, and Yadu, well-known Rajput clans such as Parmar, Chauhan, Chalukya, Rathore, Parihar, Chandela etc as ...

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History of Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Rajput Origins, History of Rajputs - Suryavanshi, History of Rajputs - Chandravanshi, History of Rajputs - Agnivanshi, History of Rajputs - Social Structure, History of Rajputs - Emergence of Royal Clans, History of Rajputs - Emergence of Rajputs as a Community, History of Rajputs - Major Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Rajput Resistance to Muslim invasions, History of Rajputs - Akbar's alliance with Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Aurangzeb and Rajput Rebellion, History of Rajputs - Maratha Domination and British Rule, History of Rajputs - Independent India, History of Rajputs - Famous Rajput people, History of Rajputs - Rajput traditions

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - History of Rajputs - Rajput Resistance to Muslim invasions

In the early 11th century, Mahmud of Ghazni conquered the Hindu Shahi kingdom in the Punjab, and his raids into northern India weakened the Pratihara kingdom, which was drastically reduced in size and came under the control of the Chandelas. Mahmud sacked temples across northern India, including the temple at Somnath in Gujarat, but his permanent conquests were limited to the Punjab, and Somnath was rebuilt after the raid. The early 11th centur ...

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History of Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Rajput Origins, History of Rajputs - Suryavanshi, History of Rajputs - Chandravanshi, History of Rajputs - Agnivanshi, History of Rajputs - Social Structure, History of Rajputs - Emergence of Royal Clans, History of Rajputs - Emergence of Rajputs as a Community, History of Rajputs - Major Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Rajput Resistance to Muslim invasions, History of Rajputs - Akbar's alliance with Rajputs, History of Rajputs - Aurangzeb and Rajput Rebellion, History of Rajputs - Maratha Domination and British Rule, History of Rajputs - Independent India, History of Rajputs - Famous Rajput people, History of Rajputs - Rajput traditions

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Delhi - Tourism

Main articles: Tourism in Delhi and Famous sites in Delhi Delhi is famous for its Mughal, Afghan, Hindu and British architecture. Its large and lucrative tourism industry serves millions of international and domestic tourists. Besides being the modern capical, Delhi was the capital of several great empires of ancient India. The city is marked with several ancient and modern monuments. Two World Heritage Sites, 72.5 m tall Qutab Minar and Tomb of the Humayun, are in the metropol ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Rajput - Character

The Rajput ethos is martial in spirit, fiercely proud and independent, and emphasizes lineage and tradition. Rajput patriotism is legendary, an ideal they embodied with a sometimes fanatical zeal, often choosing death before dishonour. Rajput warriors were often known to fight until the last man. The practice of jauhar and saka was followed only in rajput communities. When the outcome of a battle was against the Rajputs, jauhar would be committed by Rajput women and children in the night and next morning men would commit ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Rajput - History

The first Rajputs kingdoms are attested in the 6th century, and the Rajputs rose to prominence in Indian history in the ninth and tenth centuries. The four Agnivansha clans, the Pratiharas (Pariharas), Chauhans (Chahamanas), Solankis (Chaulukyas), and Paramaras (Parmars), rose to prominence first. The Pratiharas established the first Rajput kingdom in Marwar in southwestern Rajasthan, with the Chauhans at Ajmer in central Rajasthan, the Solankis in Gujarat, and the Paramaras in Malwa. The Rajput Rai dynasty ruled Sind during the 6th a ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Rajput - Origins

The Rajputs are divided into 36 clans, claiming three basic lineages: the Suryavanshi (Solar Race), the Chandravanshi (Lunar Race), and the Agni vanshi (Fire Born). Some scholars also include Rishi vanshi, Nag Vanshi and Vayu Vanshi as separate classes. House of Mewar, Marwar, Amber are Suryavanshi rajputs. Rulers of Bundi, Kotah, Jalore, Sirohi are Agnivanshi. Chandravanshi and Yaduvanshi are from the same line which bifurcated at king yadu when his father banished him from becoming the king. House of ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Rajput - The Rajput Rule of India

Today the Rajput kings are mainly remembered as warriors. However as influential rulers, they were responsible for emergence of the modern Indian society. An examination of the archeological evidence and contemporary texts suggest that the Indian society had achieved significant prosperity during the Rajput rule. Most of the archaeological remains in a large part of India are from the Rajput period. It was also a period of spread of literacy. Numerous inscriptions from this period have been found. A significant fraction of them ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Rajput - Definition

The term Rajputra has been used since the time of Harshavardhana, however the modern usage of the term refers to the descendants of the 36 major clans who ruled western/central and north India. Names of these clans are given in the Kumarpala Charita of Jayasimha, in the Prithviraj Raso of Chandbardai and other sources also. The term Rajput ordinarily refers to the group's "jati" which is an endogamus group within the traditional Hindu social system. The Rajputs are considered to be the descendants of the Vedic warrior (Kshatriya) varna. Although all members of a warrior caste, Rajputs vary in pr ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Delhi - Government

The sixty-ninth amendment to the Constitution of India in 1991, granted Delhi the status of a special union territory and officially changed it's name to the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT). Delhi has its own Legislative Assembly, Lieutenant Governor, Council of Ministers and Chief Minister. The Legislative Assembly seats are filled by direct election from territorial constituencies in the NCT. However, Delhi is jointly administered by the Union Government of India and the Territorial Government of Delhi. New Delhi, an urban area within the metropolis of Delhi, is the seat of both the State Government o ...

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Delhi - Districts

The National Capital Territory of Delhi is divided into nine districts. Each district is headed by a Deputy Commissioner and has three subdivisions. Each subdivision is headed by the Subdivision Magistrate. All Deputy Commissioners report to the Divisional Commissioner. The District Administration of Delhi is the enforcement department for all kinds of State and Central Government policies and exercises supervisory powers over numerous other functionaries of the Government. Below is the list of the districts and subdivisions of Delhi:

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Prithviraj Raso: Encyclopedia II - Delhi - Economy

Historically, Delhi has always been the economic capital of northern India. In early 19th century, it started to gain importance in arts and craft, textile and handloom. Many small-scale industries expanded, including the handloom and copper utensils industry. By the end of the 19th century, Delhi was northern India's manufacturing hub. In recent years, Delhi's service sector has expanded exponentially due in part to the large skilled English-speaking workforce which has attracted many multinational companies. Key service industries i ...

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Keeping pace with globalization, there are many discotheques and the city has a vibrant nightlife, although most clubs are located in five-star hotels. Some of these are C.J.'s (Le Meridien), Annabelle's (The Hilton), Dubliner (Maurya Sheraton Hotel), Oasis (Hyatt Regency), Djinn's (Hyatt Regency) and My Kind of Place (Taj Palace). Other places include Shalom (Greater Kailash), Voda (Saket), Buzz (Saket), T'zers (Saket), Punjabi by Nature (Vasant Vihar) and Fabric (on the Gurgaon-Mehrauli road). Many Delhiites also throng the many malls that ...

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Delhi, Delhi - History, Delhi - Ancient history, Delhi - 8th century to 16th century, Delhi - 16th century to Present, Delhi - Government, Delhi - Districts, Delhi - Suburbs/Satellite towns, Delhi - Geography and Climate, Delhi - Demographics, Delhi - Economy, Delhi - Tourism, Delhi - Entertainment, Delhi - Transportation, Delhi - Roadways, Delhi - Auto-rickshaws, Delhi - Taxis, Delhi - Buses, Delhi - Metro, Delhi - Railway connectivity, Delhi - Airports, Delhi - Sports, Delhi - Education, Delhi - Famous people from Delhi, Delhi - Newspapers

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Delhi's population is more than 15 million people (2005 est.), making it the 3rd largest metropolitan area in India after Mumbai and Kolkata. About 295,000 people live in New Delhi and 125,000 in Delhi Cantonment. There are 827 women per 1000 men; the literacy rate is 78.5%. Approximately 90% of the population is urban. Delhi has one of the highest per capita incomes in India and is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in Asia. According to a 2001 census by the Indian government, 13.0 million people lived in the Delhi metropolitan a ...

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Delhi is located at 28.38 N and 77.13 E and lies in northern India. It borders the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh on the east and Haryana on the west. Delhi can be divided into three major geographical regions: the Yamuna flood plain, the ridge and the Gangetic Plains. The low-lying Yamuna flood plains provide fertile alluvial soil suitable for agriculture. However, these plains are prone to recurrent floods. With an average altitude of 293 m above sea level, the ridge forms the most dominating feature in this region. It originates from t ...



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