गुर्जर चेतना समिति

प्रथम् स्वतंत्रता सेनानी राजा विजय सिंह गुर्जर भवन

We are holding many exciting cultural and recreational events that bring uncountable Gurjars together by this website. Gurjar Chetna Samiti is working towards evolution of Gurjar society in the field of women and youth empowerment and restoration of rich heritage of Gurjars.
Gurjars are an ancient society which has ruled over India for centuries and the last dynasty was Gurjars Pratihar dynasty which ruled from 8th to 10th century from Kannauj. Raja bhoj was one of the most prominent ruler of his time.

Our vision is to provide a platform for Gurjar brethren engaged in various places and functions of the world to know each other in the society, to speak and discuss social problems.


About-Gurjar-Chetna-Samiti
Welcome To Gurjar Chetna Samiti
A unique initiative for the upliftment of Gurjars, in the field of human welfare, youth empowerment, women empowerment, sports, heritage & culture, social awareness and abolishment of social evils.
Gurjar society is one of the ancient and prestigious society.
  • The community is also known as Gujjar, Gujar, Gojar, Gurjar and Veer Gurjar.
  • The Gurjars are mainly settled in North India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
  • According to Gurjar inscriptions, it is Suryavanshi and Raghuvanshi.

Gurjar Temple
A Place of Peace
Temple's has very close connection with the Gurjar community. A temple is a symbolic house, seat and body of divinity. It is a structure designed to bring human beings and gods together, using symbolism to express the ideas.
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Date - [31-01-2020]      Time - [12:18:38]

Celebrating Happy new year.


Date - [31-01-2020]      Time - [12:15:02]

Welcome to Gurjar Chetna Samiti Dehradun.


Historical Personalities
Some historical personalities have been provided a brief description of the work done by them for this generation.

Raja Vijay Singh

Raja Vijay Singh Gurjar was the Gurjar king of Landhaura state and Kunja Bahadurpur Riyasat, which was formed by his uncle Raja Ram Dayal Singh in the 18th century. Raja Vijay Singh played a significant role in the Indian Independence movement and awakening the people of the imperative of winning freedom of the country. From 1822–25 they held a fierce armed protest against British.

1822-25 Protest Against
British

Dhan Singh Kotwal

  • 1820
  • Meerut

History books say that the revolution of 1857 began in Meerut on the evening of '10 May 1857'. Dhan Singh Gurjar, also known as Dhunna Singh, was the Indian Kotwal (police chief) of Meerut, who participated in the 1857 rebellion and led initial actions against the British East India Company in Meerut.

10 May 1857 Revolution
Began
Become A Volunteer
Join your hand with us for a better life and beautiful future. The Gurjars were no doubt a remarkable people spread from Kashmir to Gujarat and Maharashtra, who gave an identity to Gujarat.
Resources
Gurjar-international-day

International Gurjar Day

22 March

Gurjars all over the world are to celebrate 22nd March as International Gurjar Day. On this day Gurjar’s ancestor and greatest Gurjar Kushan king Kanishka had started a calendar on the occasion of his accession in 78 AD.

We are against any kind of caste violence and other types of sabotage and discrimination and have full faith in the integrity and constitution of India.

International Gurjar Day is celebrated with lots of love and happiness. On this day we wish the success of all Gurjar brethren. We celebrate International Gurjar Day by helping needy persons.

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Our Culture

Programmes

Gurjar is an ethnic agricultural and pastoral community of India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. They were known as Gurjaras during the medieval times, a name which is believed to have been an ethnonym in the beginning as well as a demonym later on.

Although they are able to speak the language of the region and country where they live, Gurjars have their own language, known as Gujari. They variously follow Hinduism, Islam, and Sikhism.

The Hindu Gurjars are mostly found in Indian states of Rajasthan, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab Plains and Maharashtra, while the Muslim Gurjars are mostly found in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Indian Himalayan regions such as Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Garhwal and Kumaon divisions of Uttarakhand.

Gurjar-Historical-place

Historical Place

Teli Ka Mandir

The Dravidian Aryan architectural style throughout North India is coordinated here in the form of the Teli temple at the Gwalior Fort height of about hundred feet. This is the highest altitude ancient temple of Liege Fort.

Built near Gangolatal, this temple is set on a huge crest. The top is narrow and rounded like a cylinder. The entrance of the temple is towards the east. There is a small pavilion inside the rectangular sanctum sanctorum.

In the lower part there are 113 miniature god cells which had valid statues of deities. The outer walls around the temple are ornamented with various shapes of animals, birds, flowers, leaves and goddesses. At some places, figures with demonic powers and statues are also written in love.