History and study of the Jats


History and study of the Jats

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author = Professor B.S Dhillon
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country = flagicon|Canada Canada
language = English
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genre = Ethnic Studies & Anthropology
publisher = flagicon|Canada Beta Publishers, Canada
release_date = 1994
media_type = Print (Hardback & Paperback)
pages = 173 pp (paperback)
isbn = ISBN 1895603021
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History and study of the Jats by Professor B.S Dhillon, is a renowned publication charting the major events and developments in Jat people, their history, culture, politics and migration with reference to Sikhs, Scythians, Alans, Sarmatians, Goths, and Jutes.

Chapter 1. Introduction.

Chapter 2. Perspective on community studies.

Chapter 3. Significant events in Jat history.

Chapter 4. Patterns of allegiance I Jat-Sikh families.

Chapter 5. Patterns of allegiance II Jat-Sikh families.

Chapter 6. The Structure of coalitions-factions at all levels.

Chapter 7. Vertical links of a state leader with a national leader.

Chapter 8. The relationships of the Chief Minister (of Punjab) at state level.

Chapter 9. The Kairon-Rarewala (two powerful Jat politicians) rivalries.

Chapter I0. The general nature of factional rivalries in rural areas.

Chapter 11. Factional participants in the local area.

Chapter 12. Vertical links between leaders of the faction in the local area and those at state level.

Chapter 13. The factional attachments of village participants

Chapter 14. Relationships between village participants and local area leaders

Chapter 15. Factions in competition

Chapter 16. Assessment.

Chapter 17. Personal postscript: real people and images.

ee also

*History of the Jats
*The Jats, Their role in the Mughal Empire
*War Services of the 9th Jat Regiment
*Rise of the Jat power

External links

*http://www.amazon.co.uk/History-study-Jats-reference-Sarmatians/dp/1895603021/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=gateway&qid=1201131365&sr=8-3


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