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    great work burdak ji....worth of appreciation!!
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    Gujarat and Arya in Pratihara Inscriptions


    [Wiki]Ghantiyala[/Wiki] Inscriptions of Kakkua Pratihara of year S.V. 918 (861 AD) tells us that -
    (Reference - Epigraphic India Vol.IX, p. 198-200, Br D.B.Bhandarkar, M.A.,Poona.)

    Then is set forth in prose a genealogical list of the feudatory Pratihara family which is brought down to Kakkuka, to whose reign the inscription belongs. The third verse says that Kakkuka obtained great renown in the countries of Travani (त्रवणी), Valla (वल्ल) and Mada (माड़), amongst (the people known as) Arya, in Gurjjarattra, and in Parvata in the Lata country.

    Thus, [Wiki]Travani[/Wiki] is the same as Tamani there, and also occurs in this unaltered form in verse 18 of the Jodhpur inscription of Bauka. Similarly Ball is mentioned in both these inscriptions. Mada is given in the Mata-ki-Sal inscription conjunction with Maru (Maru-Mada). Jaisalmer, is still called Mada, and Mara proper can only be the Sheo, Malani and Pachpadra districts of the Jodhpur State. Arya and Gurjaratra are doubtless the Ajja and Gujjaratta of the Mata-ki-Sal inscription. Arya is unidentifiable but is perhaps the same as that mentioned in Varahamihira's Brihat-samhita, Cap. V, v. 42. Gurjaratra, as has been shown by me elsewhere, comprised the districts of [Wiki]Didwana[/Wiki] and [Wiki]Parbatsar[/Wiki] in Nagaur district in Rajasthan.

    [Wiki]Travani[/Wiki] mentioned here has been identified with Tivari (तिवरी) is a Village in Osian tahsil of Jodhpur district in Rajasthan. Jat historians tell us that [Wiki]Taval[/Wiki] (तावल) [Wiki]Tawal[/Wiki] (तावल) gotra of Jats have originated from place name [Wiki]Tivari[/Wiki] (तिवरी). [Ref - Dr Mahendra Singh Arya, Dharmpal Singh Dudee, Kishan Singh Faujdar & Vijendra Singh Narwar: Ādhunik Jat Itihasa (The modern history of Jats), Agra 1998, p. 253]

    [Wiki]Ball[/Wiki] is again a prominent Jat clan.

    Gujarat comprised the districts of [Wiki]Didwana[/Wiki] and [Wiki]Parbatsar[/Wiki] in Nagaur district in Rajasthan. Pratihara history tells us that Gurjaratra was country in Nagaur district upto 9th century but from 10th century onward present Gujarat used to be called Gurjaratra.
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    Uncertain position of Jats in the Hindu caste system

    Various historians are of the view that Jats are out of purview of Hindu caste system. K R Qanungo is the main who has written about this fact in his book History of the Jats. Let us see what other historians say about it.

    Professor Dasharatha Sharma (1903–1976) was an Indologist and a noted expert in the history of the Rajasthan. He received a Doctor of Literature (D. Litt.) for his thesis Early Chauhan Dynasties. His noted monograph Early Chauhan Dynasties was first published in 1959. This book explain caste system in Chauhan dominions from C. 800 to 1316 A.D. Here is what it says on [Page 280]

    The residence of the Jats was in the northern part of the Chauhan dominions, and they appear to have had a share in the struggle for independence waged by the Chauhans after the defeat and death of Prithviraja III. It is not unlikely that many of the early republican people might have contributed to the formation of the present Jat caste, some becoming Rajputs and the others remaining Jats according to their circumstances and predilections. Many Jats have the same Gotras, as the Rajputs, e.g., Gahlot, Dahima, Panwar, Mor, Solanki, Yadava and Tanwar. I regard the Dharanas as belonging to the gotra of the Imperial Guptas. By temperament they are unorthodox; and this more than anything else marks them out from the Rajputs.

    If you are more interested you can see on Jatland Wiki at [Wiki]Chauhan Social System[/Wiki]
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    History of Sinwar Jat clan

    [Wiki]Tejoo Peer[/Wiki] (तेजू पीर) was a warrior of Sinwar Jat clan from village Pichakarae Tal in Sardarshahar tehsil of Churu district in Rajasthan. He was killed in fighting with Langad Khan in 12-13th century. He was a strong follower of Sufi Sant Baba Shekh Fareed. Hence known as Tejoo Peer. His history has been researched by Daulat Ram Saran of village Dalman and is reproduced below in Hindi:

    तेजू पीर का जीवन परिचय - तेजू पीर के रूप में 1200 ई. सन के लगभग सींवर जाट गोत्र में लोकदेवता का अवतरण हुआ. वे अपनी शूरवीरता, शहादत तथा रूहानियत की बदोलत लोकदेवता तेजू पीर के रूप में प्रसिद्ध हुए. राजस्थान के चूरू जिले की सरदारशहर तहसील के पिचकराई गाँव के पातवाणा में इनके बलिदान स्थल पर वीर तेजूपीर का धाम है. यहाँ प्रतिवर्ष वैशाख सुदी 4 को मेले का आयोजन होता है. तेजू जी सूफी संत फरिदुदीन शक्करगंज (1173 -1265) के शिष्य होने के कारण तेजू पीर कहलाये.

    बाबा शेख फरीद से प्रभावित - अजोधन (पाकपतन) के बाबा शेख फरीद ने राजस्थान के जाट बाहुल्य क्षेत्र में अपने रूहानी उपदेशों से जाटों को प्रभावित किया. बाबा शेख फरीद का जन्म वर्ष 1173 में मुल्तान जिला के खोतवाल गांव में हुआ था। अनेक वर्षों तक हरियाणा के हांसी (हिसार) में रहकर वह खुदा की इबादत में लगे रहे. हरियाणा में हांसी में वे लम्बे समय तक रहे. बाबा शेख फरीद अजोधन से दिल्ली आते-जाते रहे तथा दक्षिणी पंजाब तथा उत्तरी राजस्थान के इलाके में रहे. लोग इनकी योग शक्ति व भक्ति से इतने प्रभावित हुए की सींवर जनों ने अपने क्षेत्र में आबादी का नाम शेखसर रख लिया, जो कि एक रेख के रूप में आज जानी जाती है. शेख फरीद ने अपनी योग माया से गोदारा जनपद के गाँव सुखचैनपुरा का पानी पिने योग्य कर दिया. इसलिए सुखचैनपुरा का नाम शेखसर कर दिया तथा गोदारा जनपद में गोपल्याणा में शेख फरीद का मंदिर भी है. इसी तरह पंजाब के शहर फरीदकोट का नाम पहले मोकल नगर था, और यह नगर मोकल ने आबाद किया था. लेकिन, मोकल शेख फरीद से इतना प्रभावित हुआ कि इसका नाम मोकल नगर से फरीदकोट कर दिया.

    तेजूपीर का जन्म - वीर तेजूपीर का जन्म सींवर गोत्री जाट परिवार में हुआ. इनके पिताजी का नाम बिसू जी था. बेसू जी का विवाह नाथूराम जी धीरावत की पुत्री राजकुमारी रामादेवी के साथ हुआ. रामादेवी से उत्पन्न तेजू जी, रातू जी, उदा जी, बुधा जी, अमरा जी, उदीरण जी व सिद्धा जी सात पुत्र व पुत्री अंचला का जन्म हुआ. तेजू जी का विवाह वीरू जी सिहाग की पुत्री राजकुमारी जीवा के साथ हुआ. तेजू जी के बड़े पुत्र का नाम सांगाजी था. तेजू जी सूर्य की भांति तेजस्वी, परोपकारी व दानवीर गणतंत्रीय शासक थे. तेजू जी खोजेर में आबाद हुए. खोजेर वर्तमान चूरू जिले की सरदारशहर तहसील के गाँव पिचकराई गाँव के उत्तर में जैतसीसर के पास है. मेघाना (नोहर) में तेजू जी का संपर्क बाबा फरीद से हुआ. तेजू जी ने उन्हें अपना गुरु बनाया तथा खोजेर गाँव में ले आये. बाबा फरीद ने बणीधाम (पिचकराई ताल) में रहकर तपस्या की, वहां आज भी बाबा का स्मारक है. फिर वह वापस मेघाना चले गए.

    लंगड़खां से घमासान युद्ध - तेजू जी की बहन अंचला अत्यंत रूपवती तथा बलशाली थी. लंगड़खां अंचला से शादी करना चाहता था. सींवरजनों ने बाई जी अंचला की शादी मान गोत्रीय जाट सूआराम जी से करदी. इस पर लंगड़खां ने सेना सहित खोजेर पर हमला कर दिया. तेजू जी ने सींवरजनों सहित सेना लेकर आन-बान की रक्षा हेतु डटकर घमासान युद्ध किया. सींवर सेना के पराक्रम से लंगड़खां की सेना भाग गयी. लंगड़खां के सिपाहियों ने पीछे से छुपकर तेजूजी व रातूजी का शीश तलवार से काट दिया. इसके उपरांत भी दोनों भाइयों की धड़ें लगातार लड़ती रहीं और लंगड़खां की सेना का संहार करने लगी. तेजू जी व रातू जी का शीश जोहड़ घुरण में गिरा. इनके धड़ लड़ते-लड़ते पांच कोस आ गए. इस घटना से लंगड़खां घबरा गया. उसने दोनों धड़ों को नील का छींटा दिया, तब वें शिथिल होकर गिरे. दोनों की धड़ें जोहड़ पातवाणा में गिरी. सींवरजनों ने लंगड़खां की सेना का पूरी तरह सफाया कर दिया. पातवाणा जोहड़ में राजा तेजू जी व रातू जी का अंतिम संस्कार उनके वंशजों ने किया. इस जगह धाम बना हुआ है. यहाँ प्रतिवर्ष वैशाख सुदी 4 को मेला भरता है. इनके अनुयायी इन्हें तेजू पीर व दादो जी महाराज के नाम से पूजते हैं.

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    "इनके धड़ लड़ते-लड़ते पांच कोस आ गए"---- ये घटना हजम नहीं हो सकती बुरडक जी | इतिहास केवल किंवदंतिओं की बजाय कुछ तथ्यों पर भी आधारित होना चाहिए ,नहीं तो भांडों और जाट इतिहासकारों में क्या अंतर रह जाएगा |----सद-भावनाओं सहित |
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    Quote Originally Posted by lrburdak View Post
    History of Sinwar Jat clan



    बाबा शेख फरीद से प्रभावित - शेख फरीद ने अपनी योग माया से गोदारा जनपद के गाँव सुखचैनपुरा का पानी पिने योग्य कर दिया. इसलिए सुखचैनपुरा का नाम शेखसर कर दिया तथा गोदारा जनपद में गोपल्याणा में शेख फरीद का मंदिर भी है.
    बुरडक जी मैं इसी शेखसर का रहने वाला हू , शेखसर का नाम पहले पचारां था न की सुखचैनपुरा !! आज भी बड़े बुजुर्ग शेखसर को शेखसरपचारां के नाम से बुलाते है ! बाबा शेख फरीद का मंदिर गोपल्याण में नहीं है बल्कि शेखसर से थोडा बाहर धीरदान के रस्ते पर है !!

    रही बात पानी पीने योग्य करने की तो शेखसर का पानी आज भी खारा है !! गोपल्याण का पानी तो इतना खारा है की पूछो मत !
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    रविन्द्र जी और विजय जी के सुझाव अच्छे हैं. लेखक: दौलत राम सारण (गाँव डालमाण, सरदारशहर, चूरू, राजस्थान. मोब: 09413744238) का गाँव पास ही है उनको बताते हैं कि थोडा और गहराई से खोज करें. सींवर गोत्र का इतिहास पहली बार पता लगा है . इस बात के लिए उनको हम धन्यवाद् देते है. उन्होंने दो फोटो भी भेजे हैं वह भी आप देख सकते हैं. फोटो में कटा हुआ सिर घुड सवार के हाथ में है. राजस्थान का इतिहास इस तरह के बलिदानों से भरा है पर इसका श्रेय कुछ दूसरे लोग लेते हैं. अधिक जानकारी के लिए उन्होंने कुछ सन्दर्भ दिए हैं. यहाँ पढ़ें -
    [Wiki]Tejoo Peer[/Wiki]
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    Quote Originally Posted by lrburdak View Post
    फोटो में कटा हुआ सिर घुड सवार के हाथ में है.अधिक जानकारी के लिए उन्होंने कुछ सन्दर्भ दिए हैं. यहाँ पढ़ें -
    Tejoo Peer
    एक फोटो तो तेजू पीर का है पर दूसरा फोटो शायद तेजू पीर का नहीं है !!
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    Ayudhajivi Kshatriyas
    Panini has mentioned in Ashtadhyayi two types of Janapadas or Sanghas - Ayudhajivi and others. Ayudhajivi were those Kshatriyas who were warlike and depended on their warlike qualities for their livelihood. Each of them were specialized in conducting some weapons with expertise. In Mahabharata we find mention of such Kshatriyas who get their clan name from weapons. Such are given below with Mahabharata reference of the Book, Chapter and Shloka.

    Ashmaka (अश्मक) (VI.10.42), (VII.61.39), - Depend on Asi (Sword), present [Wiki]Asiagh[/Wiki] Jats

    Bana (बाण) (IX.44.62) - Arrow present [Wiki]Bana[/Wiki] Jats

    Bhalla (भल्ल) (III.170.17) - present [Wiki]Bhalan[/Wiki] jats

    Bhind (भिण्ड) (W) (V.19.3), - present [Wiki]Bhinda[/Wiki] Jats

    Gada (गद) (II.31.15), (III.48.24) - present [Wiki]Gaudal [/Wiki] Jats

    Malla (मल्ल) (II.27.3), (II.27.11),(IV.1.9),(VI.10.45), - present [Wiki]Malla[/Wiki] Jats

    Tomara (तॊमर) (I.17.11), (III.167.20), (III.170.17), (VI. 10.68), (VI.68.17), (VIII.17.4),(VIII.17.16),(VIII.17.20), (VIII.17.22),(VIII.17.104), (IX.44.105) - present [Wiki]Tomar[/Wiki] Jats.

    You may see these mentioned in Mahabharata at the link - http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/mbs/index.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by lrburdak View Post
    Audhajivi Kshatriyas
    Panini has mentioned in Ashtadhyayi two types of Janapadas or Sanghas - Ayudhajivi and others. Ayudhajivi were those Kshatriyas who were warlike and depended on their warlike qualities for their livelihood. Each of them were specialized in conducting some weapons with expertise. In Mahabharata we find mention of such Kshatriyas who get their clan name from weapons. Such are given below with Mahabharata reference of the Book, Chapter and Shloka.

    Ashmaka (अश्मक) (VI.10.42), (VII.61.39), - Depend on Asi (Sword), present Asiagh Jats

    Bana (बाण) (IX.44.62) - Arrow present Bana Jats

    Bhalla (भल्ल) (III.170.17) - present Bhalan jats

    Bhind (भिण्ड) (W) (V.19.3), - present Bhinda Jats

    Gada (गद) (II.31.15), (III.48.24) - present Gaudal Jats

    Malla (मल्ल) (II.27.3), (II.27.11),(IV.1.9),(VI.10.45), - present Malla Jats

    Tomara (तॊमर) (I.17.11), (III.167.20), (III.170.17), (VI. 10.68), (VI.68.17), (VIII.17.4),(VIII.17.16),(VIII.17.20), (VIII.17.22),(VIII.17.104), (IX.44.105) - present Tomar Jats.

    You may see these mentioned in Mahabharata at the link - http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/mbs/index.htm
    Friend,

    Piece of learned writing deserves congratulations and hope this will stimulate further exploration!!!

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    [Wiki]Adi Parva, Mahabharata/Mahabharata Book I Chapter 67[/Wiki] gives Genealogy of the Danavas, Asuras, Kauravas, Pandavas, Gandharvas, Apsaras, Rakshasas. We find [Wiki]Kaler[/Wiki] in (I.61.80), (1.67).

    कलेर अंशात तु संजज्ञे भुवि दुर्यॊधनॊ नृपः
    दुर्बुद्धिर दुर्मतिश चैव कुरूणाम अयशः करः Mahabharata (I.61.80), (1.67)
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    [Wiki]Adi Parva, Mahabharata/Mahabharata Book I Chapter 67[/Wiki] gives Genealogy of the clan [Wiki]Dhama[/Wiki] here in shloka 56 -

    करॊधॊ विचित्यः सुरसः शरीमान नीलश च भूमिपः
    वीर धामा च कौरव्य, भूमिपालश च नामतः (I.61.98), (1.67),

    It mentions [Wiki]Neel[/Wiki] which is also a Jat clan.

    In same chapter as above we find genealogy of Jat clan [Wiki]Hansa[/Wiki]

    अरिष्टायास तु यः पुत्रॊ हंस इत्य अभिविश्रुतः
    स गन्धर्वपतिर जज्ञे कुरुवंशविवर्धनः (I.61.56), (1.67),
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    Quote Originally Posted by lrburdak View Post
    Adi Parva, Mahabharata/Mahabharata Book I Chapter 67 gives Genealogy of the Danavas, Asuras, Kauravas, Pandavas, Gandharvas, Apsaras, Rakshasas. We find Kaler in (I.61.80), (1.67).

    कलेर अंशात तु संजज्ञे भुवि दुर्यॊधनॊ नृपः
    दुर्बुद्धिर दुर्मतिश चैव कुरूणाम अयशः करः Mahabharata (I.61.80), (1.67)

    Really great find. Congrts.

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    Origin of Dhiman Gotra

    [Wiki]Adi Parva, Mahabharata/Mahabharata Book I Chapter 75[/Wiki] gives Genealogy of Daksha, Manu, Bharata, Ruru, Puru, Ajamidha, Yadavas and Kurus.

    It was Pururavas who first brought from the region of the Gandharvas the three kinds of fire (for sacrificial purpose). And he brought thence, the Apsara Urvasi also. And the son of Ila begat upon Urvashi six sons who were called [Wiki]Ayu[/Wiki]s, [Wiki]Dhiman[/Wiki], Amavasu and Dhridhayus, and Vanayus, and Shrutayus.

    Here [Wiki]Dhiman[/Wiki] is a Jat clan mentined in Shloka 22:

    षट पुत्रा जज्ञिरे ऽथैलाद आयुर धीमान अमावसुः
    दृढायुश च वनायुश च श्रुतायुश चॊर्वशी सुताः (I.70.22), (1.75),
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    Mor or Mayur clan

    [Wiki]Adi Parva, Mahabharata/Mahabharata Book I Chapter 67[/Wiki] gives us Genealogy of the Danavas, Asuras, Kauravas, Pandavas, Gandharvas, Apsaras, Rakshasas. It tells us in shloka 33 that -

    [Wiki]Mayura[/Wiki] became noted on earth as the monarch Vishwa. He who was the younger brother of Mayura and called Suparna became noted on earth as the monarch, Kalakirti.
    मयूर इति विख्यातः शरीमान यस तु महासुरः
    स विश्व इति विख्यातॊ बभूव पृथिवीपतिः MahabharataI.61.33), (1.67),

    सुपर्ण इति विख्याततस्माद अवरजस तु यः
    कालकीर्तिर इति खयातः पृथिव्यां सॊ ऽभवन नृपः Mahabharata(I.61.34), (1.67),
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    Mor or Mayur clan

    Adi Parva, Mahabharata/Mahabharata Book I Chapter 67 gives us Genealogy of the Danavas, Asuras, Kauravas, Pandavas, Gandharvas, Apsaras, Rakshasas. It tells us in shloka 33 that -

    Mayura became noted on earth as the monarch Vishwa. He who was the younger brother of Mayura and called Suparna became noted on earth as the monarch, Kalakirti.
    मयूर इति विख्यातः शरीमान यस तु महासुरः
    स विश्व इति विख्यातॊ बभूव पृथिवीपतिः Mahabharata (I.61.33), (1.67),

    सुपर्ण इति विख्याततस्माद अवरजस तु यः
    कालकीर्तिर इति खयातः पृथिव्यां सॊ ऽभवन नृपः Mahabharata (I.61.34), (1.67),
    Dear Sir, Please go through >>>>

    * Jatt-Saka Empires of Ancient India >> http://www.jattworld.com/online/jatt...-ancient-india

    * Bird’s Eye View of Jatt History >> http://www.jattworld.com/online/bird...w-jatt-history

    * Bhim Singh Dahiya: "The Mauryas: Their Identity", Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal, Vol. 17 (1979), p.112-133. - Dehiya on the Jat Iranic Identity of the Mauryas - By: Dr. Samar Abbas, Aligarh, India >> http://www.iranchamber.com/history/a...f_mauryas1.php

    excerpt: "Mor is not an Indian word and has no connection whatsoever with the peacock. It is a Central Asian clan name of the Jats and means the head or crown. That is why Divyāvadāna, the Ceylonese chronicle, states that Mauryas were 'crown-headed' kshatriyas (mūrdkābhishiktakshatriyāḥ), because that is exactly the meaning of the word, Mor."

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    Saran clan in Mahabharata

    [Wiki]Adi Parva, Mahabharata/Mahabharata Book I Chapter 188[/Wiki] gives list of Kshatriyas who came on Swayamvara of Draupadi. Shloka 16 here mentions [Wiki]Saran[/Wiki]:

    संकर्षणॊ वासुदेवॊ रौक्मिणेयश च वीर्यवान
    साम्बश च चारु देष्णश च सारणॊ ऽथ गदस तथा Mahabharata (I.177.16), (1.188),
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    Kang clan

    [Wiki]Adi Parva, Mahabharata/Mahabharata Book I Chapter 188[/Wiki] gives list of Kshatriyas who came on Swayamvara of Draupadi. Shloka 18 here mentions Kanka:

    विडूरथश च कङ्कश च समीकः सारमेजयः
    वीरॊ वातपतिश चैव झिल्ली पिण्डारकस तथा
    उशीनरश च विक्रान्तॊ वृष्णयस ते परकीर्तिताः

    [Wiki]Kanka[/Wiki] is the [Wiki]Kang [/Wiki]clan of Punjab. We find in the history of [Wiki]Kanker[/Wiki] town of Chhattisgarh that this town was founded by Kanka people.

    This same shloka mentions a King named Jhilli.

    It is of great interest that [Wiki]Jhilli[/Wiki] is village in Bijapur tahsil in Dantewara district in the state of Chhattisgarh.

    It means these two Kings came from Chhattisgarh
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    Mahabharata covered not only present India but clearly mentions Kings of Yavana, Roma, China origins etc. The Bharatvarsha had a wide area of operation. The writer of Mahabharata translated the words in to Sanskrit and Mor or Maurya can be easily translated to Mayura. Apart from Mayura king two clans related with Mayura:

    Mayurasadrishyaprabha (मयूरसदृशप्रभ) (IX.44.101)
    Mayuravadana (मयूरवदन) (peacock-body) (IX.44.77)

    Central Asian people also had Animal or trees as their state symbols. We can not reject mention of Mor or Mayura on this ground that Mor is not Indian word. Kings and Kshatriyas were also named in Mahabharata after their peculiar features. For example-

    Kurmanasa (कूर्मनासा) (tortoise-nose) (IX.44.94),
    Kurmavaktra (कूर्मवक्त्र) (tortoise-face) (IX.44.74),

    But they are not animals. A king with nose like tortoise was called - Kurmanasa

    A king with face like tortoise was called - Kurmavaktra

    Interestingly Kurmi is a caste which relates with these people.

    On Similar patter we can explain about Mayura.




    Quote Originally Posted by Moar View Post
    Dear Sir, Please go through >>>>

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    * Bird’s Eye View of Jatt History >> http://www.jattworld.com/online/bird...w-jatt-history

    * Bhim Singh Dahiya: "The Mauryas: Their Identity", Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal, Vol. 17 (1979), p.112-133. - Dehiya on the Jat Iranic Identity of the Mauryas - By: Dr. Samar Abbas, Aligarh, India >> http://www.iranchamber.com/history/a...f_mauryas1.php

    excerpt: "Mor is not an Indian word and has no connection whatsoever with the peacock. It is a Central Asian clan name of the Jats and means the head or crown. That is why Divyāvadāna, the Ceylonese chronicle, states that Mauryas were 'crown-headed' kshatriyas (mūrdkābhishiktakshatriyāḥ), because that is exactly the meaning of the word, Mor."

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    I have nearly completed the compilation of Mahabharata Clans, Kings, Cities, Rivers and Places. Here is the alphabetical list of all tribes (clans) of Kshatriyas, names of Kings and countries mentioned in Mahabharata in various Chapters. The Sanskrit equivalent is given in bracket as recorded in Mahabharata with the section where it appears in the epic in the style (Parva.Chapter.Shloka). English translation of Online Mahabharata is given in the style (Parva.Chapter). Here (C) = City name, (F) = Forest name, (L) = Lady name, (M) = Mountin name (N) = Nagavanshi, (R) = River name, (S) = Spot name (T) =Tirtha (Pilgrim) name, (W) = Weapon name,

    You may see here -

    [Wiki]List of the Mahabharata tribes[/Wiki]
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