Their wealth caused Donald Butter, a visiting doctor who wrote Outlines of the Topography and Statistics of the Southern Districts of Oudh, and of the Cantonment of Sultanpur-Oudh, to describe the Bais Rajput in the 1830s as the "best dressed and housed people of the southern Oudh".
The Bais Rajputs were known for well-building.
Some Muslim Bais Rajput Thakurs experience problems in expressing their Thakur identity following the religion of Islam as it does not allow one to be self extravagant and flamboyant in acts. They form part of the larger Khanzada community in Awadh.
Bais may refer to:
Bais (wine), a traditional alcoholic drink made from honey from the Mandaya and Manobo people of the Philippines
Bais, Negros Oriental, a city in the Philippines
Bais, Ille-et-Vilaine, a commune of the Ille-et-Vilaine département, in France
Bais, Mayenne, a commune of the Mayenne département, in France
Bais Rajput, a Rajput clan of India
Anjhula Mya Bais, psychologist, feminist, former model and life coachBaiswara
Baiswara is a region in Uttar Pradesh, India, which includes parts of Unnao and Raebareli districts. Unnao and Raebreli districs are part of Baiswara state.Baiswara is known as the land of Bais Kshatriya Rajput to which Harshvardhan belonged. Baiswara is established by Bais Rajput king Abhaichand Bais. He was the 25th generation of Raja Harshvardhan of Thaneshwar.this place is related to bais rajput a very powerful Rajput clan of india. It is associated with the Bais Rajput community. Achalganj, Mohanlalganj, Lalganj, Harchandpur, Purwa-Maurawan, Rajamau (Bachhrawan) are some notable town areas belonging to the region.Isa Khan
Isa Khan (c. 1529 – September 1599) was a Muslim Rajput chieftain who led the Baro Bhuiyans (twelve landlords) and a Zamindar of the Bhati region in 16th-century Bengal. Throughout his reign he resisted the Mughal empire invasion. It was only after his death that the region fell totally under Mughal control.Khulua
Khulua is a village in the centre of India, between Varanasi and Allahabad, in Mirzapur district, in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Khulua has a population of 4,000 (2001 census).
It is on the bank of the river Ganges.
It is part of combination of five villages, along with Semra, Daurhara, Majhalipatti and Annirudhapur. The headquarters is Mirzapur District. is calculated from the clock tower in Mirzapur is nearly exactly on the reference longitude of Indian Standard Time at 82.5°Pala Kastali
Pala Kastali is a village at Block Jawan Sikandarpur, Aligarh district of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is 5 km from Aligarh.This village most population of Bais Rajput.Roop Singh
Roop Singh Bais (8 September 1908 – 16 December 1977) was a legendary Indian hockey player. He was part of the celebrated Indian field hockey team which won gold medals for India at 1932 and 1936 Olympic Games. He was the younger brother of Dhyan Chand, the most celebrated player in Indian hockey and widely regarded as the greatest hockey player ever. Captain Roop Singh himself is considered as one of the greatest hockey players of all times.Suhaldev
Suhaldev is a semi-legendary Indian king from Shravasti, who is said to have defeated and killed the Ghaznavid general Ghazi Saiyyad Salar Masud at Bahraich, in the early 11th century. He is mentioned in Mirat-i-Masudi, a 17th-century Persian-language historical romance. Since the 20th century, various Hindu nationalist groups have characterized him as a Hindu king who defeated a Muslim invader.
Rajput clans of Uttar Pradesh