Bais Rajput

The B(h)ais Rajputs (pronounced [ˈbɛ̃ːs ˈraːdʒpuːt̪]) are a Rajput clan found in India and Pakistan.[1][2][3]

Bais, Rajpoot tribe, Hindoos, Oude.
Bais Rajput in the 19th century, from The People of India

History

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".[4]

The Bais Rajputs were known for well-building.[4]

Religion

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.[5]

See also

References

  1. ^ Richard Gabriel Fox (1971). Kin, Clan, Raja, and Rule: Statehinterland Relations in Preindustrial India. University of California Press. pp. 38–. ISBN 978-0-520-01807-5.
  2. ^ "Rajputs of Pakistan". Retrieved 18 March 2019.
  3. ^ Gyanendra Pandey (1 July 2002). The Ascendancy of the Congress in Uttar Pradesh: Class, Community and Nation in Northern India, 1920-1940. Anthem Press. pp. 13–. ISBN 978-0-85728-762-5.
  4. ^ a b Bayly, C. A. (1988). Rulers, Townsmen and Bazaars: North Indian Society in the Age of British Expansion, 1770-1870. Cambridge South Asian Studies. 28. CUP Archive. pp. 96–100. ISBN 978-0-521-31054-3.
  5. ^ The times of India, The Muslim Rajputs of UP, 8 July 2007 Atul Sethi, TNN
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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°

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Clans of the Rajput people
Suryavanshi
Chandravanshi
Agnivanshi
Rishivanshi
Subclans
Others
Rajput clans of Uttar Pradesh

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