Like our Facebook Page

Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
Breaking News :   DC Kupwara reviews arrangements for Independence Day celebrations-2024 | Arrangements for I-Day 2024 celebrations reviewed at Kulgam | Commissioner SMC attends Felicitation Ceremony of Archery Coaching Camp | DC Pulwama inspects ongoing developmental projects in Rajpora | Humanity Public School student “Geenakshi” outshines in State Wushu Women League | DDC Shopian chairs District Level Banker’s Review Committee meet | Shed paternalistic approach towards junior lawyers, pay them dignified sum: CJI | Many health facilities employing unqualified, underqualified medical staff: Delhi Medical Council | Air India announces full refund, vouchers to fliers after 30-hour delay | BJP will bring out ‘White Paper’ on Jharkhand’s demography to protect tribal lands, rights: Shah | DC Bandipora visits upper areas of Boninar Onagam | Bhagavad Gita a beacon of wisdom for navigating modern challenges, says Kavinder | OBC delegation meets Sadhotra, pitches for implementation of Mandal Commission Report | Rana led Nai Basti delegation meets LG | HC regularized four Adhoc District Judge and promotes 22 Munsiff as Sub-Judges | Mansukh oversees talent assessment camp at stadium | Nipah infection confirmed in 14-year-old boy in Kerala: Health Minister Veena George | Parents of Agniveer who died in Kashmir appeals for probe into son's death | Worries ahead for BJP’s ex-legislators, ministers as survey agencies receive ‘hopeless’ feedback | British systematically made efforts to eliminate faith from our minds: Mohan Bhagwat | Want J&K women entrepreneurs to build global brands: LG Sinha | Chief Secretary reviews progress on implementation of NCAP | NTA announces centre, city-wise results of NEET-UG | Acting CJ reviews preparations for upcoming Special Lok Adalat by SC | Army Chief reaches Jammu, reviews security situation | Martyr Captain Thapa cremated at ancestral village in Darjeeling | Col Anshu Jamwal from Jammu becomes first woman to command air defence unit | UPSC Chairman Soni resigns | Parliament’s Monsoon session begins tomorrow | Another batch of pilgrims leaves Jammu | Hit-and-Run case solved by Janipur Police | Dr Rakesh Bahl appointed Principal GMC Doda | DC Doda chairs District Level review meeting of PMEGP | HDFC Bank net profit surges 33% to Rs 16,474 crore in June quarter | ED arrests Haryana Congress MLA in mining case | DC Doda chairs District Level review meeting of PMEGP | Ramakrishna Mission Medical Centre organises free health camp | DC reviews arrangements for Shrawan Mahotsav at Shiv Khori | DLSA organises special Lok Adalat on bank cases | RSETI organizes entrepreneurship awareness program at Dharam | Udhampur police organizes free medical cum drug de-addiction awareness camp | Traffic Violators to be dealt with iron hand : ARTO | JKAACL condoles demise of Bharat Singh Manhas | RDPR Deptt conducts workshop on GPDP, MGNREGA | 228 bank recovery cases settled amicably in Special Lok Adalat | ADC discusses Independent Day arrangements | Back Issues  
news details
The Gurjar Desh Charitable Trust celebrates International Gurjar Day
9/18/2023 10:14:19 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 18: The Gurjar Desh Charitable Trust celebrated International Gurjar Day on the occasion of Gurjar Pratiharas Samrat Mihir Bhoj Jayanti. The event, held in Jammu, saw the participation of trustees of Gurjar Desh Charitable Trust, heads of various Gurjar organizations, and a large number of people from the Gujjar community, including youths. Mr. Shah Mohammad Chowdhary Advocate presided over the function, and several prominent figures from the community addressed the gathering.
The Chairman of the Trust praised the role of the first Gurjar Samrat, Mihir Bhoj, highlighting his contributions and consolidation of Gurjar Desha territories, particularly Saurashtra. This day was also observed as a unity day, emphasizing the importance of unity among the Gujjar community. Speakers at the event stressed that regardless of their religious affiliations, Gujjars around the world are one community. They called for unity on community issues and encouraged Gujjar youths to pursue modern education. The Gujjars also pledged their commitment to the protection and integrity of India, their homeland.
The celebration of International Gurjar Day served as a platform for the Gujjar community to come together, celebrate their cultural heritage, and reinforce the bonds of unity. It was an occasion to remember and honor Gurjar Pratiharas Samrat Mihir Bhoj and his significant role in history.
The event also emphasized the importance of education, especially for Gujjar youths, and their role in contributing to the progress and unity of the nation. The Gujjar community expressed its commitment to the welfare and prosperity of India, Bharat.
The students of Brig. Khuda Baksh Memorial Higher Secondary School actively participated in the event, adding youthful energy to the celebration.
The celebration of International Gurjar Day was a momentous occasion for the Gujjar community to strengthen their bonds of unity, celebrate their heritage, and commit to the progress and unity of their nation, India.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
Early Times Android App
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
Train Enquiry
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center