Gurjar or Gujjar is a pastoral agricultural ethnic group with populations in India and Pakistan and a small number in northeastern Afghanistan. Alternative spellings include Gojar and Gūjar. Although they are able to speak the language of the country where they live, Gurjars have their own language, known as Gujari. They variously follow Hinduism, Islam, and Sikhism.The Gurjars are classified as Other Backward Class (OBC) in some states in India; however, Gurjars in Jammu and Kashmir and parts of Himachal Pradesh are categorised as a Scheduled Tribe. Hindu Gurjars were assimilated into various varnas in the medieval period.

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  • Gurjar of Gujjar is een pastorale agrarische etnische groep in India, Pakistan en een klein aantal in het noordoosten van Afghanistan. Naast de taal van het land waar ze wonen hebben de Gujjars hun eigen taal, het Gujari. Ze zijn zowel hindoes, moslims als sikhs. Er is gesuggereerd dat de Gurjars zich samen met andere volkeren uit het noordwesten van India aansloten bij de Hephthalieten en samen de Rajput-clan vormden. (nl)
  • Gurjar or Gujjar is a pastoral agricultural ethnic group with populations in India and Pakistan and a small number in northeastern Afghanistan. Alternative spellings include Gojar and Gūjar. Although they are able to speak the language of the country where they live, Gurjars have their own language, known as Gujari. They variously follow Hinduism, Islam, and Sikhism.The Gurjars are classified as Other Backward Class (OBC) in some states in India; however, Gurjars in Jammu and Kashmir and parts of Himachal Pradesh are categorised as a Scheduled Tribe. Hindu Gurjars were assimilated into various varnas in the medieval period. (en)
  • Гуджар — этническая общность в Индии, проживающая в штатах Пенджаб, Химачал-Прадеш, Раджастхан, Джамму, Кашмир, и на Востоке Пакистана. (ru)
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  • Hinduism • Islam • Sikhism
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  • Gurjar of Gujjar is een pastorale agrarische etnische groep in India, Pakistan en een klein aantal in het noordoosten van Afghanistan. Naast de taal van het land waar ze wonen hebben de Gujjars hun eigen taal, het Gujari. Ze zijn zowel hindoes, moslims als sikhs. Er is gesuggereerd dat de Gurjars zich samen met andere volkeren uit het noordwesten van India aansloten bij de Hephthalieten en samen de Rajput-clan vormden. (nl)
  • Gurjar or Gujjar is a pastoral agricultural ethnic group with populations in India and Pakistan and a small number in northeastern Afghanistan. Alternative spellings include Gojar and Gūjar. Although they are able to speak the language of the country where they live, Gurjars have their own language, known as Gujari. They variously follow Hinduism, Islam, and Sikhism.The Gurjars are classified as Other Backward Class (OBC) in some states in India; however, Gurjars in Jammu and Kashmir and parts of Himachal Pradesh are categorised as a Scheduled Tribe. Hindu Gurjars were assimilated into various varnas in the medieval period. (en)
  • Гуджар — этническая общность в Индии, проживающая в штатах Пенджаб, Химачал-Прадеш, Раджастхан, Джамму, Кашмир, и на Востоке Пакистана. (ru)
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  • Gurjar (en)
  • Gurjar (volk) (nl)
  • Гуджар (ru)
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  • Gurjar / Gujjar (en)
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