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  • urmila
    Dear Mandeep, your post raises an important question. Why are Jats poor and backward as you say? Regards, Urmila.
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      Dear Mandeep, your post raises an important question. Why are Jats poor and backward as you say?

      Regards,

      Urmila.

      --- In JatHistory@yahoogroups.com, mandeep kulhria <m_kulhria@...> wrote:
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      > We the Jats of India more specially in the Indian northern states â€" Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and NCR, western UP and Rajasthan â€" always remain in the posture of fighting with their compatriots, trying to lower and depress the esteem of a person who engages himself or herself in some meaningful debate. Most of these Jats generally try to uphold their own premeditated belief and never yield to give up their stubborn attitude. Thus, they assassinate the very dignity of the debate. They pat their backs by simple imagining the defeat of their learned opponent. Can we conclude that these people are headstrong in their own way and never concede to the genuine demand of courtesy?
      > Without a healthy debate, how can be conclude the result of the debate?
      > Are we suffering from some kind of complex â€" superiority or inferiority? If this be the case, then there is a room for further improvement. We have to become more patient and understanding. It is important that we become good listeners and show was gesture of 'welcome' to the viewpoint of our opponents without falling prey to the emotions which may have solid logical ground. We must always remember that the present-day history can be much more distorted and perhaps poll apart from the facts. It is quite possible that in presenting the distorted history there can be motivational hand of some pseudo-educated persons who might have vested interests. Yet, for the beginning of upward flight to take off we have to initiate our energies to uplift the Jat society from poverty and educational backwardness.
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      > Mandeep  Singh Kulhria
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      > From: ravichaudhary2000 <ravichaudhary2000@...>
      > To: JatHistory@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Wednesday, 24 April 2013 1:05 AM
      > Subject: [JatHistory] Re: On coins...
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      > Urmila
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      > Coins in general are dated to come inot use to the 6th /7th century BCE, if conventional dating is accepted.
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      > In that case a 6th century BCE coin,in India would not be out of place.
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      > As to Greek conquests of India, a re look at their supposed accomplishments may be in order.
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      > What did they conquer and what did they really achieve, that is considered so outstanding?
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      > Ravi Chaudhary
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      > --- In JatHistory@yahoogroups.com, "urmila" <uduhan@> wrote:
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      > > Here is a photo of 6th B.C.E Greek coin:
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      > > https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=365427990228770&set=pcb.365428053562097&type=1&relevant_count=2&ref=nf
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      > > For comparison purpose, here is a photo of 6th B.C.E Indian coin:
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      > > https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=365428030228766&set=pcb.365428053562097&type=1&permPage=1
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      > > Food for thought: is it any surprise that the Greeks conquered India?! Just look at their technical advancement over the Indians (see their attention to detail, use of script, use of calculated mathematical dimension in minting their coins).
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      > > Until the arrival of Greeks in India, Indian coins very rarely use script on their coins. Only some tribal coins have script, that too rarely. Surprisingly, Indians had Brahmin and Khroshti in use at that time, but they would not put it down on coins (north India).
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      > > Regards,
      > >
      > > Urmila.
      > >
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