Dosadh


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Who are they?

The Dosadh, also known as Dusad or Dusadh, are a large community of more than three million people distributed across the states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal. They were palanquin bearers a long time ago. There are about 200,000 living in the districts of Varanasi, Mirzapur, Ghazipur, Ballia, Gorakhpur and Azamgarh of Uttar Pradesh.

Origin

H.H. Risley in The Tribes and Castes of Bengal (1891) describes the Dosadh as a degraded cultivating caste of Bihar and Chotanagpur, the members of which are largely employed as village watchmen and messengers. It is said that the army of Robert Clive, which won the decisive battle of Plessey in1757 and laid the foundation of the British Empire in India, consisted of the Dosadh. The Dosadh were known for their criminal behavior, looting and robbing travelers.

The Dosadh are registered as a Scheduled Caste under the provision of the Indian Constitution. These former ‘untouchables’ receive allowances such as reserved quotas in government jobs and higher educational institutions, lower qualifying criteria in open examinations and reserved seats in Parliament.

These people claim descent from the Kaurava prince, Dushasan, the younger brother of the main villain in the ancient and very famous Hindu mythological epic, the Mahabharata. Another account refers to their descent from Bhima, the giant brother among the heroic and noble of the five Pandava brothers ranged against the evil Kauravas in the same grand epic. Bihari Dosadh claim to be descendants of another Pandava brother, Arjuna.

They speak the Indo-Aryan language, Bhojpuri, as their mother tongue and are also conversant with Hindi, using both these languages for inter-group communication. In West Bengal they have two main subgroups, namely Patwar Dosadh, whose mother tongue is Hindi, and Gope Dosadh, who are largely concentrated in the Purulia district and whose mother tongue is the Indo-Aryan language Sadri. Also, in the southern parts of Bengal they have a comparatively better social status as they are the traditional priests of Sitala Mata (literally, “cool mother”, the goddess of smallpox).

The Dosadh accept raw and cooked food from higher castes like Brahmin, Rajput (warrior), Baniya (trader), Yadava (pastoralist) but this is not reciprocated. In fact, they cannot even participate with the Brahmin and the Rajput in Holi festivities (the spring festival of colours and general revelry). In their turn, they do not accept food and water from certain castes considered lower than them like the Dom (scavenger), Chamar (tanner) and Dharkar (rope-maker). However, a considerable degree of relaxation in inter-caste relations is gradually being discerned under the impact of constitutional safeguards as well as the processes of urbanization, democratization and secularization.

What Are Their Lives Like?

The Dosadh are economically backward and are mostly landless, with only a few having small landholdings. In Uttar Pradesh and Bihar most of them work as wage labourers in forests, and industries and as agricultural labourers, with the latter being their dominant vocation in Bihar. Some eke out a living by woodcutting, collecting forest produce and selling cow-dung cakes used as fuel.

In West Bengal their primary vocation is to seek alms while singing Kapila Mangal and Sitala Mangal songs. They can be identified when they are out seeking alms for they carry a special type of a small metal idol of Sitala and Lakshmi (goddess of prosperity) in a small bamboo pot, smeared with vermilion. In some families both men and women work as wage labourers but the local peasants hesitate to employ them in agricultural work because they do not have the skill to do such work; sometimes they earn their livelihood by searching for insects in the cattle of the peasants.

The literacy rate of the Dosadh is greatly below the national average. Most of the elderly members of the community are illiterate. However, they have made moderate progress in education since the independence of India. Increasingly, they now send their children to school – primarily the sons. Usually the boys drop out after the secondary level and those girls who do manage to go to school, tend to drop out after the primary level.

The Dosadh people have strong faith in the efficacy of traditional medicine for both humans and animals. They even extend their help to other communities in treating bovine diseases. However, they also use modern medicine when necessary. In general they accept family planning. Facilities like self-employment schemes under government-sponsored development programmes, electricity, banks and fair-price shops are available to them, but in areas like West Bengal they do not take advantage of this assistance.

The Dosadh eat meat but abstain from beef, while those living in West Bengal do not take pork also. Rice is their staple cereal which is supplemented with wheat, maize, barley, bajra (millet) and pulses. Seasonal vegetables and fruits as well as milk and milk products are taken. Sweets and curds are served on ceremonial occasions such as marriage ceremonies. Men consume alcoholic drinks that are either available in the local market (mostly cheap country liquor) or made at home. They are fond of rice beer, smoke bidis, and chew tobacco mixed with lime and betel leaf.

Customs

The Dosadh are an endogamous community (they do not marry outside their community) and are divided into a number of subgroups: two in West Bengal, four in Bihar and seven in Uttar Pradesh. These subgroups are further divided into exogamous clans or lineages serving to regulate marriage alliances. However, nowadays marriage within the same clan is allowed among many Dosadh, as those of West Bengal, but relatives up to four generations are avoided. Spouses are acquired through negotiation or exchange of sisters and monogamy is the norm, though a second wife is taken if the first is barren.

Married women wear a vermilion mark (sindur) and iron bangles as marriage symbols. Junior sororate and junior levirate are permitted, as is the keeping of a concubine. Both bride price and dowry are popular and are paid in cash and kind. Divorce and remarriage are allowed except in Bihar where divorce is not permissible.

The Dosadh follow the rule of male equigeniture, i.e. all the sons inherit the patrimony equally; hence succession devolves upon the eldest son. The status of women, who attend to all household chores in addition to collecting drinking water and fuel, is invariably secondary to that of men in all spheres of life. Often, the women also support the family through different domestic jobs.

The Dosadh have a traditional village caste council, in which all male members of the community participate and exercise social control. This council has a headman who is known variously as Sardar, Mahajan or Chaudhari in Uttar Pradesh. In West Bengal the village headman is known as Majhi or Mahato, where the head of the regional caste council is called Deshmandal. These positions are usually hereditary.

What are Their Beliefs?

The Dosadh are Hindus but mixed with other beliefs. There s a sacred place of their own called ‘place of Goriya’. Though they worship prominent deities like Shiva (Destroyer in the Hindu trinity), Durga (ten-armed, goddess and wife of Shiva) and Manasa Devi (snake goddess) they also worship very little known, lesser deities. Rahu (seizer) is a sinister four-armed demon that swallows the sun and the moon during eclipses. According to Hindu belief, his body was severed in two by an angry Vishnu and the lower part of Rahu’s body became a corresponding demon called Ketu, who gave birth to comets and fiery meteors. Rahu and Ketu have to be appeased to ward off evil consequences.

Goriya or Bandi Goriya is a local divinity who is worshipped in the form of little mounds or platforms of clay. Pigs and alcohol are sacrificed to the deity. Tigers are also prayed to.

The Dosadh observe festivals like Holi, Diwali (festival of lamps) and Dussehra (festival commemorating Rama’s killing of the demon king Ravana). There is a belief in evil spirits and witchcraft. A priest known as Bhagat (devotee) cures diseases using spells and charms, and protects them from harmful spirits. Family deities like Rahu and Jagdamba are also appeased by the Bhagat in the month of Aswin (sixth month of the Hindu calendar, September-October). During this time flowers and kheer (sweet and milky rice pudding) are offered to these deities.

A Brahmin priest performs rituals for births, marriages and deaths. The dead are either cremated or buried, but the Dosadh of Uttar Pradesh cremates and scatters the ashes in a river, preferably the holy Ganges River.

 

117 Comments

  1. am flabbergasted by certain details on dusadhs.,used to go out on own ,leaving my wife with my descendants of my ancestors in the village ,to ask dusadhs and the infomants used to tell me fantastic facts about their ancestors in bihar in u p and in mewar. dsc.

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  2. dusadhs are gahlot rajputs. They are suryavanshis. Why are they not recognised as rajputs inspite of historical evidence? In fact they are considered as low inspite of the fact that they claim they are from arjuna lineage? Arjuna of the Pandavas. Arjuna of the Epic Mahabharata.

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    • i m also agree with u but here want to say that here is no need to only for dusadh but also for every cast here it too long time to over come from that situation . unfortunately some of people are not achieve there position as we want (dusadh) /(sc ) we steel at initial stage . we say that u r bramhan ,ahir , baniya etc. …..how much time this is going on ……when we get our position (repudiated)….

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      • because according me all of cast are not included in sc

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      • JANESWR Aapke dusadh jati ke article ko padha.padh ke acha laga.

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    • The so called low castes are in fact, those people, who got defeated, enslaved and depressed during the feudal medieval era. They are suppressed nationalities or sub nationalities. Dusadh is one of them. This word is corrupted form of Duhsadhya of Sanskrit, which means someone, who is tamed with greater difficulty. During the medieval period, when caste system was coming into existence, this community must have posed a lot of difficulty to the victors. That is why Dusadh was degraded substantially and made untouchable and deprived of a regular profession in the society. Not only Dushadh, but many so called low castes had higher status before their defeat and subjugation. Only solution to the problems of these so called low castes, who in reality are suppressed nationalities, is the abolition of caste system as a whole.

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    • Yes I am agree to you dusad are not included in rajput by indian act but in their blood have rajput means dusad’s blood is rajput so by scientifically or biologycally dusad are rajput so gyzz plzzz I request you that we have to revulsion against our wright

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    • sir can u give me some historic evidence of paswan

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    • wright dost

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  3. i just dont understand that dusad surnames are included in schedule caste or not?

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    • i am a dusad and i want to know more about their origin

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      • The so called low castes are in fact, those people, who got defeated, enslaved and depressed during the feudal medieval era. They are suppressed nationalities or sub nationalities. Dusadh is one of them. This word is corrupted form of Duhsadhya of Sanskrit, which means someone, who is tamed with greater difficulty. During the medieval period, when caste system was coming into existence, this community must have posed a lot of difficulty to the victors. That is why Dusadh was degraded substantially and made untouchable and deprived of a regular profession in the society. Not only Dushadh, but many so called low castes had higher status before their defeat and subjugation. Only solution to the problems of these so called low castes, who in reality are suppressed nationalities, is the abolition of caste system as a whole.

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    • you are right piya, excluded or included from schedule caste it is not a fact.If there is any real history or evidence that prove dusadh are real Rajput then it is necessary to published it in school standard book.

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    • in bihar it included, it may be exclude in other rigion.as i m paswan from bihar, it is sure!

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      • Bro can I know the book name you study in bihar because I am really interested in this.

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    • yes this is included in scheduled caste.

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    • dusadh word are never used as surname, but with this question dusadh can be added as prefix with name

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  4. dusadh cast ke liye ek behtar preyas hai. knowledge hona jaruri hai.

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  5. Tyrants do make history i.e Atilla The HUNS…i.e tje Hunas who form part of hindu society. Are they untouchables? Are they s.c? Are they dalits? Had they been subjugated to low caste? They were the ravagers ,the destroyers etc .They had no lands in India.They were the marauders ,the3 destroyer of civilisation of India. just like Aurangzeb the destroyer of temples the killer of hindus ,the forcible converter of hindus to Islam.The book of Mani Padma is available to just about very very few people.The entireHindu society should know the truth about THIS dusadh king whose name shines brighter than Chandragepta , more than Alexander The Great,,Even Maharana Pratap Singh Shivaji. He was democratically elected by the entire subjects ,sages and hidu holy men of his kingdom. He had never known a defeat like Maharana pratap Singh and he had never been captured and put under arrest or jail …..to me he is a king—warrior—hero—the defender of hindu faith— a demi-god…..a just man—-every hindu should be proud of him for what noble deeds he has done for all his subjects in his kingdom,even greater than raja Ashok..He gave utmost respect to to all living people and creatures giving absolute and qualified rights to all his subjects.He was a romantic man,he was a pious man and he gave fair justice to all his subjects ,He never followed the principle of Prithiviraj Chauhan or Maharana Pratap Singh by lettiong the enemies escape…….he went in hot pursuit of his retreating mongoloid enemies until they were completely defeated.He ensured thorough victory….no hollow victory. Such ,was the greatness of this RAJA SAILESH ,The Dusadh Caste Gahlot Rajput of Suryavanshi Lineage. All Hindus should be absolutely proud of him. Who is that hindu who will be flinging the dirt of as low …. when this man had followed human rights principles? He is unique .one in a billion!

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    • Dear Dev ji, can you please provide full name of book by Mani Padma. I am interested to know Republic of King Salhes .

      Regards
      Ram Manohar Sah

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  6. I just submitted my comment.What happened to it?

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  7. I just submitted my comment.What happened to it? I can assure you that it is not duplicate comment. It is something new and there new ideas .If it is noot shown then It has to be in the book of mine.

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  8. Janeshwar, Upendra,Casre system existed more than 5000 years ago. Feudal medieval caste system a continuation of oppression and slavery through discrimination. You want to abolish caste system,it means the abolition of Lord Vishnu, Lord Krishna and Lord Manu the creators of caste system .Buddha, Mahavira ,Mahatma Gandhi and Ambedcar with the mighty Indian Constitution could not abolish caste system.To abolish Hindu Religion is to abolish caste system.If you want this ,go ahead and do it. In 1980,Kolkotta informers said dusadhs repudiate dusadhs..Jealousy..Why not follow the perfect solution of human rights of the noble dusadh Raja Sailesh?Read dr.s.p.ram and paharilall literary works before giving the meaning of the word duhsadhya?Read the book of Mani Padma, Dr indra deo and rash beehary singh before enteringi nto the politics of caste system.

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  9. To comment that this dusadh community must have posed a lot of difficulty to the victors appears like figment of imagination..To commment that the dusadhs were deprived of a profession in the society also appears as figment of imagination. To comment that so many low castes had higher status before their defeat and subjugation also appears as figment of imagination .. The comment that the solution to the problem is abolition of the caste system as a whole also appears as figment of imagination.When you comment do make reference to 5000 years of dusadh history. What battle? How many low castes had higher status?.Defeat? Subjugation? Victory to victors? OMG. GOK .Solution to the problems is abolition of caste system……the answer is Ambedcar and his team provided in the Indian Constitution the abolition of caste system…..equal status to all hindus ? I do have religious evidence to prove that dusadhs are suryavanshis.You are free to comment that this is the figment my imagination.I like people to challenge me and defy me.Do remember what shri krishna says in bhagawat gita…. knowledge can make someone attain the truth. I like people to challenge me.I want you to dare me as I have 5000 years of dusadh history at my finger tips. Upendra I respect you but remember what raja sailesh had said to his brother Moti Ram on the battlefield.?

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    • To every body, paswans are great courageous people in this universe, because paswans are great warriors, they were only poor at some time that is why forward people attached dusadh into low caste actually this is the only caste who were soldiers in vedic,mughal,BC,ad periods kings were protected by us only aisi bahut saari history hai. Bahut history abhitak baaki hai jaanane ko, I am proud that I have born in paswan the warriors history nahi hai to kya hua hua bana denge.

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  10. Are Dusadhs really suryavansi?Anyone can provive evidence?

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  11. I have hindu religioud book evidence that dusadhs are rajputs. i have already given historical evidence that dusadhs are pajputs.

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  12. Dosadh, Dusadh, Dosanjh is a controversy words. In literacy such words caring double meaning and create arguments for getting social status. I read various article about dusadh caste position . Some one wrote about their living position or life style. What food dusadh people are eat? What is the occupation of dusadh people? It is very simple to say that most of Dusadh people have poor economical condition in West Bengal, Bihar, Uttarpradesh Jharkhand. So most of their people will lead a poor life.
    Next they are Hindu Indian people usually eat rice or wheat pulses, vegetables , meat, fish and abstain himself from beef. Generally people can eat pork it is depend on choice not necessary.Because today many Hindu new generation person they may be belong in higher or lower caste, out of sight they take pork. But this discussion should have rule out.
    Next, poor dusadh people for his surviving every day life they do laborers work in the field or in the market or in the factory. But some body discussed here they do robbery in the state of Bihar, West Bengal etc. I want to know from that people who said him robber. You can say how many number of Dusadh people are engage in robbery or you can give any famous name of Dabang person from Dusadh community in the state of Bihar or West Bengal. I know you can’t say because there is no Dabang person from Dusadh community. Then I will say if you don’t know then don’t write any wrong information.Also many higher caste people are engaged in robbery for their poorness.
    Discussion matter is what is the caste position of Dusadh? Rajput or lower caste or jat. I know Dusadh gotra are found in jat community and they are chandravansi according to jat’s caste history(search:Dusadh jat Wikipedia)
    But I have a quire if there is any historical record or establishment that prove the Dusadh are really Rajput then it should be published in news papers which is published from Bihar, West Bengal and Jharkhand.
    Next it should be keep in the syllabus in the 9th -10th class standard. We discussed many thing but forgot to discuss dusadh’s history. Could not give any name or Dusadh ruler or Dusadh’s historical establishment. I read the article of D.S.Chaman there D.S. Chaman wrote Dusadhs are Rajput yes I am happy to hear this word. One thing I want to discuss here, I saw Dusadh Wikipedia there I read that Dusadh came from Rajsthan with king Rana Lakha in between 1381-1421 A.D. for protect Hindu temple from sultani king. Who write and create this page I don’t know. But now a days this page is empty and article is vanished from Wikipedia page.For this I am unhappy .I think it may be removed for lack of evidence for proving the incident of 1381-1421A.D.
    If Dusadh people are Rajput and their forefather was living in Rajsthan then it is necessary to make a social chain between Dusadh people of Rajsthan and Bihar, West Bengal.
    Eventually I will say that stick to find out the original history of Dusad and cast off all illegal truth for finding Dusad’s History and have to submitted original,proving Historical document against this claim.

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    • I m agree with you

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      • yes dost i am also agry

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  13. I have gone through all the details given on the sites, history of Dusadhs which greatly disappointed me as the comments given there appear to be misleading and contradictory.This community has already suffered a lot.Please do not post such things which are far from the facts without historical evidence. Your community will be confused.

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  14. hello friend
    i am also a dusad , u beter know about our realigion , our religion a more trustabel person in earlier time all king was appoint to protactet ther kingdom

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  16. first time i knew about paswan history. really i am happy.

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  17. I,m very happy to know the story of “Dosadh”

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  18. Etymology[edit]
    Dusadh (also Dusadhya) means one who cannot be conquered. The word was not known until Maurya period. It came into existence after 340-298 BC. The Senapatis or Sarsenapatis (i.e. Commander-in-chief) were called Dusadhya. The word Dusadh is derived from Dusadhya. Another alternative Paswan is also used, which is derived from Persian word “Pasban” meaning the guardian. When mughals came, after seeing their bravery, they started appointing dusadhs as their bodyguards and commander-in-chiefs(also Senapatis). The mughals started calling them Pasban which means defender/guaardian in Persian. Later pasban became paswan.
    Origin[edit]
    It is believed that the Dusadhs are the direct descendants of Janak Raja Salhesh (5th–6th century). The Kings of Mithila were called Janaka. The name Mithila is derived after Mythical King ‘Miti’. He was supposed to have been created from the body of his father King Nimi. He established the capital of his kingdom at Mithilapuri and hence the region came to be called Mithila. Since he was born out of body of his father, he took the title Janaka. After this, the Kings of Mithila were called Janaka. The most famous Janaka was Kushadhwaja, father of Sita. He was 21st Janaka of Mithila. This Dynasty was also called Videha Janaka. There were 57 kings in the dynasty of Videha Janaka. The legend of Mithila extends over many centuries. Both Gautama Buddha and Vardamana Mahavira are said to have lived in Mithila. It also formed the center of Indian history during the first millennium, and has contributed to various literary and scriptural works. The most important reference to Mithila is in the Hindu epic, Ramayana where Lord Rama’s wife Sita is said to have been the princess of the land, born to King Janaka, who ruled Mithila from Janakpur, Nepal. Other famous kings of Mithila during ancient period are King Bhanumath, Satghumanya, Suchi, Urjnama, Satdhwya, Kriti, Anjan, Arisnami, Srutayu, Supasyu, Suryasu, Srinjay, Sourmabi, Anena, Bhimrath, Satyarath, Upangu, Upgupt, Swagat, Snanand, Subrachya, Supraswa, Subhasn, Suchurut, Susurath, Jay, Vijay, Critu, Suny, Vith Habya, Dwati, Bahulaswa, Kriti Tirtiya.
    It is said that the last king of Janak Dynasty was of bad character. He was dethroned by public under leadership of Acharyas (Learned Men). Thereafter, Mithila remained without king for hundreds of years. Instead of king, a democratic system was followed were the ruler was elected by the people and the decisions were taken in a collective manner. In fact, Mithila in Nepal may be referred as the first democracy of the world. This continued for several centuries till the region was attacked and conquered by Magadh empire.
    Thereafter several dynasties such as Vajjisangh, Lichhavi, Shaishunaga, Nanda, Maurya, Sunga, Kant, Gupta, Vardhan etc. ruled there from time to time. There was no significant ruler in Mithila after Janaks till 5th–6th century when Jaywardhan Raja Salhesh became the king. He made his capital at Mahisautha-Sirha (presently in Nepal). He defended the region against attacks by Tibetans several times. Hence, he was called Shailesh (king of Mountains) from Jaywardhan which in local dialect was called Salhesh. According to some legends, It is said that Goddess Durga ( a Hindu deity) used to visit him.
    History[edit]
    The Dusadh community belongs to the Gahlot Rajputs. The original Gahlots branched off into 24 branches and 21st branch was named as Dusadh. They initially belonged to the Gahlot Rajput clans and lost their status under different unfavourable circumstances. Migration from one place to another was one of the main reasons. It is evident from many authentic resources that they migrated from Rajasthan and Delhi. Alha and Udal came to Varanasi and Gaya in Bihar to protect the temples. Dusadhs settled there and other nearby places without any land or property. Many returned too. Alha Udal bade ladaiya jinse haar gayi talwar (meaning “Alha and Udal were such great fighters that even swords were defeated by them”), the folklore of Alha and Udal, is still sung in the heartland of Bundelkhand. According to folklore, Alha was invincible, made immortal by the goddess Sharda. The shrine of the goddess is at Maihar in Madhya Pradesh (India). Alha gifted his head to Sharda after cutting it off with a sword. The goddess, extremely pleased by the act, made him immortal. Alha also had two maternal brothers, Malkhan and Sulkhan. Malkhan had enormous strength, represented in the sentence, “das das haathi bhuj par taule” (meaning “ten elephants were weighed by him on one hand”).
    Alha had a sword given to him by his uncle Parmal, the ruler of Mahoba. The sword was said to be from heaven and no weapon could match its fury. Authors still write versions of Alha-Khand, including Lumbardar Thakur Amol Singh Bhadauriya of Kanpur district. The people who listen to a recital of the Alha-Khand are filled with a warrior spirit and fearlessness. They honor the code of the Kshatriya warriors and the courage shown in the gruesome, difficult battles fought by them. “Aadi bhawani durga tose bada na koy aath khand nau dweep mei toy kare so hoy” (meaning “oh great goddess of war, the oldest of old, the sole reason for evolution of the world, nobody is above you; what is happening in this world is done by your power only.”).[clarification needed] The warriors of Mahoba were unbeatable. They worshiped goddess and sword and hence were undefeated.[clarification needed]
    Battle of Plassey[edit]
    The army of Nawab Siraj-ud-daulah mainly consisted of Dusadh soldiers. Robert Clive also deployed 2100 dusadh sepoys for the upcoming battle and later won it. The dusadhs never accepted the British allegiance and refused to surrender. The Britishers, after winning the battle of Plassey, stripped the Dusadhs off their lands, properties and assets and conspired in every way they could to wipe out the community completely. They declared them as criminal caste. The Britisher became aware of the devotion of the Dusadhs towards their land(nation) and to protect it even at the cost of their lives. The Britishers started calling them thieves, criminals, the Robbers and did everything to make them socially and economically backward.
    Distribution[edit]
    The Dusadh community lives in Bihar, UP, Delhi, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh etc. The population of this community in Bihar is 8–9% and in UP it is 3–4%. In Bihar, they live in the regions of Vaishali (Hajipur), Araria, Aurangabad, Begusarai, Bhagalpur, Bhojpur, Buxar, Darbhanga, Gaya Gopalganj, Jamui, Jehanabad, Kishanganj, Nalanda, Patna, Purnia, Samastipur. This community have presence in the Purvanchal region, especially in the districts of Varanasi, Chandauli, Sonbhadra, Mirzapur, Ghazipur, Ballia, Gorakhpur Devaria, Basti, Bahraich, Sant Kabir Nagar, Mau, Jaunpur, Lucknow, Balrampur, Gonda, Azamgarhand and other districts. In Jharkhand they can be found in Ranchi, Lohardaga, Gumla, Palamuu, Latehar, Garhwa, West Singhbhum, East Singhbhum, Dumka, Sahebganj, Pakur, Hazaribagh, Dhanbad, Bokaro Deoghar. They have a very good presence in Delhi, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Orissa, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and other states also.
    Genetics[edit]
    In recent studies, it has been proved that these peoples have higher frequency of Haplogroup R1a (more than 40%) which is very high as compared to rest of north Indian population[2]
    Art[edit]
    Madhubani art[3]
    Madhubani painting/Mithila painting has been done traditionally by the women of the Brahman, Dusadh and Kayastha communities in the Mithila region of north Bihar, India. Mithila is a well-demarcated cultural region lying between the Ganges and the Nepal terai, and between the Kosi and Gandak tributaries. This painting as a form of wall art was practiced widely throughout the region; the more recent development of painting on paper and canvas originated among the villages around Madhubani, and it is these latter developments that may correctly be referred to as Madhubani art.
    The German anthropologist film-maker and social activist Erika Moser persuaded the impoverished Dusadh community to paint as well. The result was the Dusadh captured their oral history (such as the adventures of Raja Salhesh, and depictions of their primary deity, Rahu) — typified by bold compositions and figures based on traditional tattoo patterns called Goidna locally. This added another distinctive new style to the region’s flourishing art scene.[4]
    Present circumstances[edit]
    The community has a traditional caste council, and each village sends representatives to the caste council. The council deals with issues of divorce, adultery, theft and disputes with in the community. The Akhil Bhartiya Dusadh Kalyan Parishad is working for development of this caste. In this time, The people of D

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    • Dear Yogesh,
      you have nicely written / compiled many facts and it made a good read. However, I have some querries and comments like –
      1. Are Dusadhs descendents of Raja Janak as his descendent was Janak Raja Salhesh? If so, then what about the claims of being descendants of Dushasana of Mahabharat. My people believe that we are descendants of Dushasana.
      2. Most of us believe that we are gahlot rajputs from Rajasthan but actual gahlots of rajasthan have nothing to do with us and they claim absolute zero knowledge about untouchable dusadhs.
      3. Do we claim that Alha – Udal were dusadhs?
      4. If Nawab Sirajuddaula’s army mainly consisted of dusadh soldiers and British army too had dusadh soldiers so it was a dusadh fighting dusadh. So if Dusadh of British Army won then Dusadh of Nawab Arny lost. It means we were mere soldiers working for salary. You claim that despite winning the battle for British dusadhs never accepted them and british went after their land and declared them criminal etc. but what about those dusadhs who fought for the british? I am also told that our ancestors never accepted muslim rulers and our women saved their dignity being surrounded by pigs as muslims wont come near pigs. so how could they have allegiance for nawab?
      5. In UP the number of dusadhs are very less, at the most one village will have just one dusadh family and many villages wont have any dusadh so we never came across any village council or any organised council of dusadh people.
      Thanks!

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    • sir may i know from which book u have read about raja janak and about sita

      many doubt were there in society and always they want proof i know this is problem bcoz not written anywhere so plz kindly guide me about that book where it is detailed information about sita and janak that they were belong to community paswan

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  19. are u agree with my post. like or comment

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    • i like or do not like your comment it is not a factor.If it is proven fact then it should be published in school level history books.

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      • most writer published on own religion history. No body can take dushadh history so i have some book and one of the famous place nepal( sirah distric) salesh phulbari.

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  20. i do not know about king shailesh. if there is any solid prove then it should be published in school level books.

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  21. hamare desh ke sabhi dusadh jati ke logo se request hai ki ekjut ho sanghrash kare aur jis tareh hamare poorwaj raja aur british sasan me apna sahyog diya h,wo awismarniya hai.aage aane wale samay me hamlogo ki delhi tak jana hai.us lalkile par dusadh jati ka jhanda lehrana hoga.dusadh jati sure se hi warrior thi aur apne sanghars ke liye prayas karti rahegi..

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  22. I was in Madhubani exactly in jaynagar..when some one a kaistha/sinha told me that dusadhs are very daring and mavricks who opposed caste system and many brahmin practices so were regarded as outcastes .They are brave enough to fight any community and are real fighter clans of old indian system..n have been senapatis and generals of indian kings and even (Dusadh) rulers themselves. As today itself caste system prevails ..they are regarded as low castes which is not true.

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  23. i am also a dusadh from mithalanchal(origin),but currently living in bengal.not totally agreed with the articles.

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  24. Really nice information but i think it is unadequet and i want to know more bcoz on these all any one cant aunthicate there history. What ever the information like suryavanshis or gahlout rajput or clives army and ………etc
    Any one have any solid fact or prove on which it can be said that paswans are decendts of xyz or have any relation with them
    If yes then please revealed that

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  25. me bhi dusadh hu me moradabad(u.p) me reheta hu pr bahut paresan hai hu dusadh samaj bhaiyoo yaha dusadh samaj balo ke jati certificate nh ban pa rahe hai essi karan yaha pr dusadh samaj tut raha hai or me aanurod krta hu aapne samaj se ki es mude pr sochhe or aapne samaj ko tutne se bachheye moradabad , rampur,or but ditts hai jaha pr ye jati certificate nh ban pa rahe hai or hamara samaj kisi or samaj me tut raha hai ham sb ko milke aapne samaj ko tutne se rokna hoga

    mera mob no 7055741972

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    • I m also agree with u, I m from ASSAM Cachar District and here also difficulties for caste certificate issue.

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  26. i did a research on dusadhs evidence about their suryavaanshi lineage and this can be proved by shri ram religious point of view. i have written from a historical point of view already. a religious point of view can be very interesting and also supporting the historical point of view.

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  27. i read the Battle of plassey 1957 there i found 2100 hundred soldiers fought from British side against sirujdull which are all dusadh.It should be published.

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  28. Good evening sir
    M.ranjit rana
    Kolkata.
    Hame garva he
    Hindu(Dukotsadh)he.
    Kahte he dusadh
    Kshatri he hum
    Mughalo ko talwaro
    Se toula tha.
    Maa bahano na
    Rakhi apani aur
    Desh maan aur saan
    Jinda chita ma
    Jalla tha.

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  29. I Gone through the post and feeling pleasant .

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  30. I gone through the above posts and feeling proud .

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  31. O really is it true about the story ofdusad samaj.I don’t know Dusads are worried.if it is true then its must be publish n shuld be knowledge of the story those who r Dusad or not.i m Dusad n I proud of my surname.but Few person do not want to develop or obstructed the samaj that’s ours Dusad people suffers a lots of problems for example caste certificate.so as how to solve it……it is the huge problem in front of the said samaj.but one thing unity is the strength…………….

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  32. One book is there written by Dr. Savatun Ram about the history of dushadh caste which very authentic.

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  33. Dusadh fought in battle of plassey in 1757 and Iqbal written in saray jhaha se achha Hindusta hamara there i found one line santri pasban hamara it means that our profession was soldiers .

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  34. Hey guys I am a rajut boy .And I am going to say something about Dosadhs . I found that u all are really true after survey from me i believe that u are really a warrior . U may go through the book of ( Jhon Tedd ).He wrote everything thing about dosadhs .he was researcher in Rajsthan in 19th century ….my thinking is really changed about yours

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  35. And why are u saying that u are Rajput …say as proud Ki u are dodmsadh a warrior

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    • idon’t understand ‘dodmsadh’ and i can’t pronounciate it.

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  36. prakash ji app ka joshuaproject hamara desh ka ghatia project hai. App todd ka Rajashtan history ko janeea aur sath main 1757 ka battle of palasey ko janeea. Dusadh sabadh ka meaning hai rakshak hum logo ka work alm nahi hai. Bikh to pandit, Rajput, kurmi,Ahir, jab garib hai to mangta hai ishka arth profession bhik mangna nahi hota.
    please remove this project,because it is totally wrong. Giving wrong information about a caste.

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  37. joshua project should be band.Because this project
    rumoring wrong fact about a caste.then i or our community will go to high court.

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  38. Interesting, I hope I am PASWAN .
    IT’S TIME MAKE A DREAM.

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  39. I’am very happy to read all this. I will check n search

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  40. Read the book of Dr mohan lal gupta (paswan gulab rai) Rajasthan history jodhpur

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    • i am shakti kumar paswan i live in nalanda district in Bihar. i am employed in District industries centre , chaibasa, Jharkhand state. I proud of dusadh. pradip,s comments is very good.
      M.N. 7870329276
      9835334886

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  41. sir can u inform me the name of books where i can find history of dosadh
    i m intrested in it

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  42. Dusadh jati ka pura history mail Janna chahta hu

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  43. Dusads are not rajputs..rajput is a rulers caste of great rulers basically belonging to rajasthan.they are in large no.in army.thats why they come in kshatriya caste whereas dusads are lower caste people and are counted in schedule caste(sc) which were treated as untochables in ancient times…

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    • Royal Singh ji aapka naam Sa pata chal gaya ke kastri koun he
      hame certificate deane ke aawasyakta nahi he.dusadh jati
      Kahi bhi rahta ho Sar jhuka kar
      Nahi Sar uthakar jita he.
      yeh baat aap bhi Jante he.
      Aap ko bahut bahut dhanyabad.
      Jay Bharat
      Jay maa bhagwati
      Bharat mata k jay
      Sare Jahan Sa achha
      Hindustan hamara.

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    • you are royal rajput okey but we saved the indians became Muslim if we not fought with mugals in 1757 battle of palassey then most of indians became muslim including rajput also.That time this (sc) saved indians. Thinking.

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      • Am from Mauritius ! Plse I want to know if Rajput came to mauritius

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        • Hi bro Aarsh Bhantoo from Mauritius.
          my grate grate grand father an Indian immigrant in his data records at MGI mentioned Dousad as caste.
          and we have learned from our ancestors that we are Rajputs.

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  44. Will have make more research

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  45. I saw many comments about caste and good that people are interested to know the history. It may be written about in many books and with their proof/knowledge collect at that time. but I am much worried about the current situation of this. How we can progress together and bring change in the society.

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  46. Yes Rakesh you are right, some people don’t want to change their position. They forgot their history , because illiterate, poorness,many more etc.pushing them back.

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  47. good to reveal about dusadh gehlot rajpuths . the pm and his advisors should revolutionise the hindu society in india with a view to revolutionise their military materials to the pink of perfection and to revolutionise certain groups of hindus mentality which is forcing certain numbers of dalits to embrace islam or christianity by closing the hindu temple doors to them. it is a disgrace for such a thing to let it happen . among the dalits there can be a chatrapati shivaji, a maharana pratap singh, a bhagat singh , a subash chandra bose ……. from the dalits there could be very dedicated brave worriors for indian army just like the sikhs or the rajpuths.

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  48. nice to reveal about dusadh gahlot rajpuths. p.m and his advisors should revolutionize hindu society in india with a view to revolutionize indian military materials and army to the pink of perfection by incorporating certain groups of the mahadalits who can prove to be as brave as the sikhs or rajpuths fighting the terrorists. it is a disgrace that hindu temple doors are closed to them to such an extent that they are forced to convert to islam. mahadalits could have a bhagat singh,a chatrapati shivaji,a maharana pratap singh, a subash chandra bose.

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  49. I am a dusadh from UP. Many dusadhs here write their surname as Gahlot or simply go without any surname like me. Only after Ram Vilas Paswan became famous, we came to know that he is dusadh and many dusadhs use Paswan as surname. However, Pasi caste people also use Paswan as surname. One politician from Gorakhpur by name Om Prakash Pasi later changed his surname to Paswan and his son is surrent Lok Sabha MP from Bansgaon from Samajwadi Party and he too writes Paswan as his surname. Some dusadhs in villages write use Dharhi as surname.

    Many rajputs from Rajasthan write Dusadh as their surname but Gahlots and Dusadhs of Rajasthan are high caste kshatriyas unlike dusadhs of east who are scheduled caste untouchables. These high caste kshatriya dusadh claim to have nothing to do with SC dusadhs. I read in many comments above where people are itching to be included in higher castes as kshatriyas which I think is unwarranted. Let us accept what we are and fight for our rights to live a dignified and prosperous life.

    I also know that we are Rahu worshippers but in our family and relatives we have never seen anyone worshipping the deity of Rahu but there are some special dusadhs who are continuing with the tradition of Rahu worship. I rarely come across people of my caste in UP but I am told the numbers are much more in Bihar.

    One more thing I noticed that many dusadhs in UP are village representative of the police station and they get some allowances as well. One of my ancestors was a police rep and instead of allowance he was given a piece of land. Otherwise most dusadhs are landless people who work on fields of others or as labourers in towns. Today they are a big chunk of magrant labourers in Punjab, Maharashtra and middle east countries.

    Many dusadhs like other untouchables want to get rid of the caste system but they dont realize that caste can not be erased from the society, it can be made redundant for all other purposes but it will remain with them for generations just like many muslims in pakistan carry their hindu / sikh surnames. We too need to come to terms with caste and work towards ensuring that we take pride in our caste and its not to our disadvantage. I also think our community is not much savvy with social media as i have not come across any internet group on dusadh community or perhaps i am unaware about its existence.

    I would really like to thank the person who has written about dusadh community here as it provides lot of information and insight into the community. Thanks!

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    • Av Kumar first you write well but you have some wrong idea in UP dusadh are very depressed class but in Bihar dusadh are strong from all sides.Not using surname dharhi, because dhar dusadh pet pigs. Behind this truth one historical incident responsible let us say pig’s pets not our profession we are born for fighting Many kingdoms kept dusadh as his army Rajasthan, bihar, UP all dusadh are same.

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      • Thanks Pradip for the reply. Nice to know that Dusadhs are strong in Bihar. May be its due to large numbers of Dusadhs in Bihar as compared to UP.
        You also added to my knowledge that Dharh dusadhs rear pigs but they are dusadhs too.
        Many of my relatives served Indian Army but all as soldiers and not officers.
        Dusadhs of Rajasthan are upper caster Kshatriya Rajputs who do not like the idea of associating with us. So I suppose they are different people unless we have similar DNA traits and thats difficult to ascertain.
        There are whole lot of Shudras as per varna system but only a few castes were untouchables and we dusadhs were one such caste. I do wonder sometimes about our caste profession and what made us untouchables like chamars became untouchables because they were supposed to de-skin a dead cow and bhangi due to their involvement in cleaning human wastes and Doms because they were involved in disposal of deads.
        Unfortunately there is not much literature written and if so they are not easily available.
        Thanks again.

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  50. We are not untouchables, we have not such profession after victory of 1757 pallasey clive forced to accept watchman profession in village and when we migrated from Rajasthan we have no land and we became poor and it is a one the reason for untouchables.

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    • Thanks Pradip ji but I beg to disagree with you that Dusadhs were not untouchables. We were given the status of Scheduled Caste by the Indian constitution on the basis of untouchability. Poverty could not be a reason to be made untouchable. There were many shudras but not all were untouchables. In fact these people became the OBC subsequently.
      Nonetheless, I am happy to see this article and comments from fellow Dusadhs.
      best regards,

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  51. Dear Fellow Dusadhs,
    I am interested in knowing about the system and tradition of Rahu Puja by the Dusadh Community. I will be really grateful if someone can share whatever he knows about this practice such as origin of this tradition, why only dusadhs worship Rahu, is he our family deity (kul devta), what all is done during this puja, when it is performed and how it is performed. do we take support from some other people like brahmin priests, what are the kimvadantis (sayings) related to Rahu Puja etc etc?

    We dusadhs claim to be of Aryan descendants and to some extent its true as the frequency of haplogroup R1a genes among Dusadhs is very high at 40%. R1a is most frequented among brahmins about 60% and other high castes in north India and is the most prevalent haplogroup among whites/Europeans. So genetically dusadhs are very close to high castes in north India. My question is then how come the Dusadhs worship an Asura deity Rahu?

    Appreciate if someone can throw some light on this. Thanking in anticipation.
    Best regards

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  52. First of think no brahmin take part in Rahu puja. one of our people who know the process of this Rahu puja.Monsters are not sudras if any people left his original place and shift in bad condition at other plcace then he lost his originalities.I think Rahu is not our deity.in 700 years any people may be lost his purity of his custom or forgot they are only become a food searcher.Originally dusadh’s mother land is Rajashthan not Bihar and UP.So you can follow the Rajasthan’s dusadh status.

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    • Dear Pradipji & AVKumarji

      It was nice to observe exchange of thoughts & knowledge about the community.
      To progress one needs to know his roots/identity/traditions so that as a community or individual a bright future could be built.
      The fact is majority of our people are in misery and don’t have means to live/lead a life with human dignity.
      Can we collectively do something to improve the situation, is the real challenge.
      In my view We should also discuss and explore the possible ways to contribute our community.
      I must appreciate both of you among few others (D.Chamanji) have impressive thoughts/writings.

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      • Dear Mr. Gahlout,
        Appreciate your comments. I am from UP where our numbers are not much plus I have grown up with the values of negating the caste as it has been a bane to our society. But the fact is that now while I live in Mumbai I feel quite rootless. I do feel like getting involved with an association that represents us but do not find any. Without any association we will not be able to understand our real issues and problems leave alone resolving it and uplifting our community. By reading many comments here, I have indeed benefited and got a lot of information about our community which gives me immense pride.

        I would like to know from other readers if we have any community on social media so that we can begin by joining it and start associating and interacting. Rest we can take up from there.

        thanks and regards

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  53. Gahlout V you are right but one thing is if you are belong in my community then i will tell that gathering of all well wishers is necessary and discuss and funding for various social works among our dusadh community is necessary.

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    • Dear Pradip ji,
      I liked your idea of getting together. May I ask you where are you based at. I live in Mumbai and I have no idea if there is any other person of my community is living here. Things will move if we start interacting with each other and exchange views, thoughts and if possible meet.
      Thanks n regards

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    • All the best dosadh cast

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  54. At present i am living at chaibasa in jharkhand.As a station master in railway i am posted there.

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    • Dear Pradipji, If I ever pass by Chaibasa, I will pay you a visit at the Chaibasa Railway Station. Regards

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  55. i intend to write with proof that dusadhs and paswans are really the gahlot rajputs. be patient. remember divided you fall. when i publish the book i would need it to be translated into hindi specially for all indian dusadhs and paswans. where is the proof? i have.

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    • sir please tell me about dosadh in hindi

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    • mujhe v chahiy histry of dushadh hindi

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      • plz come in3days baba chauharmal mahotsav &Feel our dusash comunity ekta jujarupan &FOUN JOUNERALS TOO

        प्रीत निमंत्रण दे

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    • Dear Sir, I have already started waiting for your book and I hope it is published soon. I will be happy to offer my services to translate your book from English to Hindi, if you so require and it will be pro bono from my side as a service to the community.
      Regards

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  56. plz come in baba chauharmal mahotsav mokama tal charadih on chait purnima & feel our unitilites saury gatha .

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  57. I have gone through all comments regarding the craze to know the origin of Dusadhs. I am from Mauritius,I have visited India (Rajhastan) 3 times to inquire about m’y roots.Iam convienced that Dusadhs migrated to U.p from Meware during moghul invasion.

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    • Most Dusadhs in UP say the same thing that they migrated from Rajasthan as soldiers while fighting against the muslims and if its as late as during the mughal rules which was established 500 years ago, then my question is how did they become shudras and that too untouchable shudras. If we were truely Rajputs or Kshatriya, we would not have accepted the lesser social status in the same caste echelons.
      My second question is how did we start Rahu worshipping? Do we have same culturals connects with Dusadh/Gahlout Kshatriyas of Rajasthan or we follow different cultural practices?

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  58. Vijay sir, please submitted proof.

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  59. dl

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  60. Dosadh all india me only six state meBihar.Jharkhand.Up.WestBengal.Orissa.Uttarakhand.me only Sc me hai and Tripura. Assam. me OBC me hai.baki all india state me GEN.mehai Dosadh caste reail kshatriya hai.Because Goriya Baba mandir out of villageme hota hai village ke shaima ko rakasha karane klia . Rakasha only kshatriya karthe hai Goriya babawas a Dosadh caste . so Dosadh caste isa reail kshatriya hai.Regarvistaion1935 mepune pecat keanusar un casteko diya gaya hai jo Aarthik;smajik;Skshanik;
    rupe se kamjorhai only 1oYearskeliatha.eska mensayah nahihaike jocaste Regarvistaion me haivha chotacaste hai.yadi esha hai tho RAJSTHAN ke cm.Basundhararajshindhiya ne Barhmin;Thakur ko bhi regarvesan deya gaya hai.tho keya Barmin;thakur choti caste ke ho gai hai keya. ekachual regarvesation desh me caste ke adhar pear nahi hona tha only poor man ko dena chahia tha.or yah bhe dekhana chahia ke who caste is migreted in india.chahai koi aaj selagbhag1500bc.purv indonasia;Asia.iran.se akar India .me basgai oryaha ke mulniwashi ko small or BIGcaste banadiya gaya hai.keya ARAYAN es desha ke MUlniwasi hai?

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  61. Dilip Ji, Yeh sarvamanya hai ki jati vyavastha karm aur vyavsaay par adharit thi jo kaalaantar me janma par aadharit ho gayi. Jab Aarya is dharti par aaye to unhone anaaryon ko ya to maar diya, ya ghulam bana liya ya unko jungle me bhagne par vivash kar diya. Yah bhi ek tathya hai ki sare shudra mool nivasi nahi hain. Jo Shiksha, Raksha ya vyavsaay na karke kaarigari athwa anya chhote mote karya karne lage unhe kshudra karm karne wala athwa Shudra mana gaya jo baad me ek jati ban ke ubhari.

    Ho sakta hai ki Dusadh madhya yug tak Kshatriya the lekin Madhya Yug ke baad unki sthiti dayaneey ho gayi aur wo behad garib, bhumiheen ho gaye. Unke paas koi hunar nahi tha aur wo daku ban kar apna gujar basar karne lage ya kisi raja ki sena me shamil ho gaye. Jo bhi ho unhe oonchi jati ke logo ne sweekar nahi kiya aur wo hashiye par chale gaye. Baad me unhe bhi achhoot ki tarah maana gaya. Smaran rahe ki Poona Pact 1932 me Achhooton ke adhikar ke liye hastaksharit hua tha aur uski wajah se azadi ke baad aarakshan lagu hua jisme Dusadhon ko 1956 me shamil kiya gaya. Yadi Dusadh achhoot nahi hote to unko Scheduled Caste ka darja nahi milta aur wo anya shudron ki tarah OBC me hote jaise, Yadav, Rajbhar etc.

    SC/ST ko arakshan unki garibi ki wajah se nahi balki unki samajik sthiti ke liye diya gaya jabki OBC ke arakshan ka ek bada pahlu unka aarthik pichhdapan tha. Isiliye kai agrim jatiyon ko bhi OBC me sthan mila hai aur yahan tak ki musalmano ko bhi. Dusadh khud ko kshatriya kahe ya brahmin is se unki samajik sthiti me koi badlav nahi hota. Haryana me yadav aur baniya agadi jatiyon me shumaar hain jabki UP-Bihar me aapko Baniya aur yadav pichhdi jatiyon me milenge lekin iske bawajood unki aapas me shadiyan ho sakti hain lekin Rajasthan ka Dusadh Bihar ke Dusadh ke sath kabhi vaivahik sambandh nahi banayega.

    Apne Itihas ko jaan na ek achhi baat hai lekin Itihas ko badalna sambhav nahi hai. Raja hote hue bhi Raja Chauhar Mal ko apni beti dene se Bhumiharon ne Inkaar kar diya tha. Agar Raja Chauhar Mal ko Kshatriya ki manyata mili hoti to aaj Raja Chauhar Mal aur Reshma ka vansh chala aa raha hota. Dusadhon ko yah faisla lena hoga ki unhe Achhooton wala Arakshan chahiye ya Gareeb Kshatriya ban kar OBC ka arakshan chahiye ya arakshan se mukti chahiye. Hum khud ko kya maante hain aur log hame kya samajhte hain, hum sab ko is se waqif hona chahiye.
    Dhanyawad

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  62. I have been enlightened by one of my relatives who often attends meetings of All India Dusadh Welfare Association that Dusadh do not worship Rahu, rather they are worshippers of Sun God and Rahu worship is actually “Ra” Puja and not Rahu Puja. Here “Ra” means Ravi or Sun. May I request on this forum to either support or dispute this view point that Dusadhs are Ra (Sun) worshippers and not “Rahu” worshippers. Thanks.

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  63. Dear AV kumar jiThanks for your comment and i egary about your comment I Live in Bhilai Chhattisgarh.But our neati place dist.Arwal Bihar mo.No 9926707175 I am Dusadh.esdesh ki jatiy arakshan vevstha smajh se pare hai ke akahi caste India mai one state me SC and anther state mai GEN.OBC mai mana jatha hai.FOR EXP.Dusadh casteko India keonly six state Bihar. jhairkhand;UP;Uttarkhand; orissa;WEStBengal.mai SCcaste mai mana jatha hai. Tripur;Assam. mai OBC mai aatha hai.Baki kai all state mai GEN.caste India govt. manthi hai.thokya hmai ashi Arakshan chahiy .ke another state jane maiGEN categri banjarai hai.mera yah manna hai ki kese bhi caste ko ya to all india SC ya GEN. YA OBC ka daraja dena chaiye.kya DUSADH caste Rajasthan mai payai jathe hai.?or vaha Ghalot rajput kshatriya mai manea jathe hai kya.yadiyah scha hai tho firkoi historical prof. hai ki dusadh kshatriya hai. aap nea yah shahikaha hai ki hum khud ko kaya maante hai.Avkumar ji eak chaild ko parents jo name se call karthe shamaj usae oshi namese call kartha hai.CHHATTISHGARH mai KORMI kshatriya smaj likhate hai.LODHI kshatriya smaj likhte hai. tho kyo na eshi parkar DUSADH KSHATRIYA SMAJ ka GTAN karna chahiye.aap up k hai UP mai PASI CASTE k log Bhi paswan kuy likhathy hai. THANKS.

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