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Cultural

Maintain, Enhance  and Appreciate Gurjar culture and language.

Attend Everyone Gurjar Melava Every year.

Give support and Job’s to educated  every youth people.

Make together a  very good relations.

We want to help the student and patient come from other cities.

To promote these goals, the Samaj holds many events, including Diwali, Navratri, and Gujar Melava celebrations, and other parties. God wanted us to be everywhere so he sent us all over, be proud of culture and make your family member and kids a part of Gurjar Samaj and be as close you can be to roots of native place, culture and god’s blessing makes more and more close-knit everyday.

Today, the Gujjars are classified under the Other Backward Class category in some states in India. However, in Jammu and Kashmir and parts of Himachal Pradesh, they are designated as a Scheduled Tribe under the Indian government’s reservation program of positive Partiality.

Hindu Gujjars were assimilated into several varnas.

The Gurjar society in Haryana has set elaborate guidelines for solemnizing marriages and holding other functions.In a mahapanchayat the Gurjar society decided that those who sought dowry would be excommunicated from the society.

Songs pertaining to Krishna and Gujjars were documented in Gurjar-inhabited areas during the British Raj, the connection being that Nand Mihir, the foster-father of Krishna, is claimed to be a Gurjar.Radha, the consort of Krishna, was also a Gurjar.The Rajasthani Gujjars worship the Sun God, Devnarayan (an avatar of Vishnu), Shiva and Bhavani.

As of 2007, the Gujjars in Madhya Pradesh are classified as Other Backward Classes.

A few scholars believe that the Leva Kunbis of Gujarat, a section of the Patidars, are possibly of Gurjar origin. However, several others state that the Patidars are Kurmis and Kunbis the National Commission for Backward Classes of India lists Leva Patidars as a sub-caste of Kunbis/Kurmis. Dode Gujar and Dore Gujjars are listed as separate caste in Maharashtra and Gujjars are included in OBC list in Gujarat but Patidars are not.

As of 2001, the Gujjars in parts of Himachal Pradesh were classified as a Scheduled Tribe.

In the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, the concentration of Muslim Gujjars is observed in the districts of Rajouri and Poonch, followed by, Anantnag, Udhampur and Doda districts. It is believed that Gujjars migrated to Jammu and Kashmir from Gujarat and Hazara district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.Another group called Bakarwal  belongs to the same ethnic stock as the Gujjars, and inter-marriages freely take place among them. As of 2001, the Gujjars and the Bakarwals in Jammu and Kashmir were classified as Scheduled Tribes. According to the 2001 Census of India, Gurjar is the most populous scheduled tribe in J&K, having a population of 763,806. Around 99.3 per cent population of Gurjar and Bakarwal in J&K follow Islam.

The Van Gujjars are found in the Shivalik hills territory of North India.The Van Gujjars follow Islam and they have their own clans, similar to the Hindu gotras. They are a pastoral semi-nomadic community, practising transhumance. In the winter season, the Van Gujjars migrated with their herds to the Shiwalik foothills, and in summer, they migrate to pastures high up in the mountains.