I. Sara

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Har Iqbal Singh Sara is Author of the book "Scythian Origins of the Sikh Jats", Published: in Panjab Past and Present, Vol, IX, Pt. II, S.N. 22, Punjabi University, Patiala, 1977. He is at present a citizen of Canada.

I. Sara on Jat History

  • I. Sara suggests that the very name "Sikh" is derived from the ancient term, "Saka".[2][3]
  • Probably Har Iqbal Singh Sara78 is the latest revivalist who strongly upholds Scythian origins of the Jats on archaeological and cultural grounds.[4]


  1. Sara, I., The Scythian Origins of the Sikh-Jat, The Sikh Review, March 1978, pp. 26-35.
  2. Sara 1978: "The Scythian Origin of the Jat-Sikh", I.Sara, The Sikh Review, 1978, (http://www.sikhreview.org)
  3. Common Origin of Croats, Serbs and Jats
  4. Hukum Singh Panwar: The Jats:Their Origin, Antiquity and Migrations, p.186

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