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I m a punj brahmin from bhagowal teh batala disst gurdaspur punjab want to know punj brahmin history and our elders

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Asked by rakesh punj, 20 Jul '12 09:26 pm
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Punj clan origanall belong to the sialkot area , roora ,kanjroor ,bulaki chak, etc villages of mainly punj clan ,
Answered by suresh, 25 Mar '13 03:02 pm

 
  
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The Brahmins of the Punjab region are chiefly Saraswat Brahmins. They have a special association with the Punjab since they take their name from the river, Saraswati.

In Punjab, the Saraswat Brahmins are further divied into following main sections.
Panja jati (five families), A subgroup of Punjabi Brahmins whose surnames are Jaitly, Trikha, Kumaria, Jinghan and Mohla.[citation needed]
Barahis (twelvers), who marry among twelve castes only.[1] This group belongs to the Shakadweepi Brahmins/ Maga Brahmins.
Bawanjais (fifty-twoers), who marry among fifty-two houses only.[citation needed]
Athwans (seven families/seveners) and include Joshis, Kurals, Bhanots, Sands, Pathaks, Bharadwajs, Shouries. These eight families marry among each other.[citation needed]
Mohyals- the warrior Brahmin race. They are a distinct category of Brahmins who combine military knowledge with learning, they strictly refrain from performing priestly duties, often to the point of excommunicating anyone who vio ...more
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 21 Jul '12 03:14 pm

 
  
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Ur parents can tell/inform u better
Answered by vedprakash sharma, 21 Jul '12 12:33 am

 
  
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I think google or wikipedia may be of better help
Answered by simon waaras, 20 Jul '12 09:27 pm

 
  
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