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Who were "Agni kula Rajputs"?

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Asked by Jaya Mali, 23 Apr '10 05:09 pm
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Answered by vignuu, 23 Apr '10 05:12 pm

 
  
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Agnikula Origin
The theory of Agnikula origin of the Rajputs is given in Prithviraj Raso of Chand Bardai. According to this Theory, Parsuram, an incarnation of Vishnu, destroyed all the Kshatriyas. However, the Brahmanas felt the need of warrior class to defend them. They offered prayers to God at top of Mount Abu. A great Havan was performed for about 40 days. The prayers of the Brahmanas brought forth fruit. Form that Agnikund or fire pit, there sprang up four heroes and each one of them created a separate Rajput class. Thus came into existence the Chauhans, the Solankis or Chalukyas, the Parmaars and the Praiharas.
Agnikula Rajputs
The group denoted by the name Kshatriaya or Rajput depended on status, rather than on descent, and it was therefore possible for foreigners to be introduced into these tribes without any violation of the prejudices of the caste, which was then only partially developed. But it was necessary to disguise this admission of foreigners under a convenient fic ...more
Answered by INSAN, 23 Apr '10 09:06 pm

 
  
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Are they Gujjars? But it is mentioned that they are one of the agni kula Rajputs. But Agnikula Rajputs themselves were said to have born out of a Agni kunda in Mount Abu. But, the historian Tripati discards this as a myth.
Answered by Chandra sekhar Krishnan, 23 Apr '10 05:51 pm

 
  
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The theory of Agnikula origin of the Rajputs is given in Prithviraj Raso of Chand Bardai. According to this Theory, Parsuram, an incarnation of Vishnu, destroyed all the Kshatriyas. However, the Brahmanas felt the need of warrior class to defend them. They offered prayers to God at top of Mount Abu. A great Havan was performed for about 40 days. The prayers of the Brahmanas brought forth fruit. Form that Agnikund or fire pit, there sprang up four heroes and each one of them created a separate Rajput class. Thus came into existence the Chauhans, the Solankis or Chalukyas, the Parmaars and the Praiharas.
Agnikula Rajputs
Answered by Kumar Mukesh, 23 Apr '10 05:13 pm

 
  
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