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Kambojas ruling over Kashmir

There is no other state in India that is shrouded with controversies like that Jammu & Kashmir. From its unison with the Union of India, and also from before it the state has been the center of war and violence which has intensified in they recent years to a great extent. It is situated in the northernmost part oh India within the valley surrounded by the Himalayan mountains. The state of Jammu... 

Biography of Shaheed Udham Singh

Udham Singh (December 26, 1899 – July 31, 1940), born Sher Singh and also known as Ram Mohammed Singh Azad, symbolizing the unification of the three major religions of India: Hinduism, Islam and Sikhism. Singh was a Sikh Punjabi Marxist and militant nationalist. Considered one of the best-known of the more extremist revolutionaries of the Indian freedom struggle, he is also sometimes referred... 

Maharaja Sudakshina Kamboja

Sudakshina Kamboja is the third king of the Kambojas referred to in the Mahabharata. And is also the most referenced of all the Kamboja kings in the whole Mahabharata and most illustrious warrior of the Kambojas of Epic Age. Kamboj traditions and Sudakshina According to the traditions of the Kamboj community passed on to it from its ancestors, a certain king Sodakhsh (Sudakshina) is believed to have... 

Bhai Mani Singh was a Kamboj

Bhai Mani Singh gave away his life for protecting the principles of Sikhism. He was implicated in a false case and later condemned to be cut to pieces, limb by limb. If wish to know more about him, just go through a book written by London-based Punjabi, Jeewan Parkash Singh Deepak Mahrok. He has done research on Bhai Mani Singh – a scholar well versed in Sikh scriptures and Sikh philosophy. Mr Mahrok... 

Bhai Mani Singh

Bhai Mani Singh was a great Sikh personality of eighteenth century and occupies a very esteemed position in Sikh history. He assumed the control and steered the course of the Sikh destiny at a very critical stage in their history. A great scholar, a devoted Sikh and a courageous leader, Bhai Sahib willingly laid down his own life to uphold the dignity of the Sikh nation and religion. Bhai Mani Singh... 

An Interview with Chandra Swami

It was in the village of Bhuman Shah that Suraj Prakash (Chandra Swami) was born on March 5th, 1930. His mother had a strong spiritual inclination. Right from the beginning, he had a very deep love and attraction for Baba Bhuman Shahji (1687-1747) and he later recognised him as his master. He also had a deep devotion and reverence for another great sage, Baba Shri Chanderji, who was one of the main... 

The History of Mahroks

In the mid medieval some prominent members of Mahroks have been keenly associated with the Sikh Gurus and have played a prominent role in the creation of the Khalsa. In the year 1699 when Sri Guru Gobind Singh created a new nation of Sant Sipahies to wage a just war against the continued repression and tyranny of the Moguls against the inhabitants of a disunited and disintegrated Hindustan. There in... 

The History of Dhot Gotra

Kamboj Community has been divided into two broad divisions of Gotras/Clans (Sud-Castes): 52 (Bawan) Gotras and 84 (Chaurasi) Gotras thus total 136 Gotras in all but in actual practice, the number of gotras appears to be more than 136. Dhot Gotra is one of them and is the most prominent clan name found among Kamboj people living in all states of Northern India and in Marathas of Maharashtra. The Dhot... 

Kambojas of Dhot Gotra (clan) Ruled in Punjab

Kamboj Community It is evident from the history of Punjab that during 6th Century A.D. Punjab was under the rule of King Shree Ram who belong to Dhot Gotra (Sub-Caste) of Kamboj caste. Shree Ram Dhot founded many township, colonies, forts, palaces and canals near the Multan which was his Capital. He founded “Khotewal Empire” near to Multan in the memory of his son Khota Ram. The remains(ruins)... 

Request for installation of full-sized bronze statue of Shaheed Udham Singh at Jallianwala Bagh

Shaheed Udham Singh A meeting of the National Executive Committee of All India Kamboj Maha Sabha (Regd.) was held at the Shaheed Udham Singh Memorial Bhawan, Amritsar on November 5, 2008 under the chairmanship of Sh. Nanak Chand Kamboj, President of All India Kamboj Sabha and it was unanimously decided that a fervent appeal may be made to the hon”ble Prime Minister who is the Chairman of Jallianwala...