Sikhism does not endorse caste based distinctions in society that lead to unequal opportunities for some people. In fact, Sikhism completely rejects class or race based distinctions between humans, that leads us to make an inequitable society. Such distinctions have surfaced only due to ill interests of certain section of people, who, on the pretext of making a society more manageable through these classifications, eventually paved the way to an unequal grouping within the human race. This article is just for information purpose and to share how people from different castes came into the Sikh fold. So, please treat this article as a source of general information about this issue and kindly do not amend this article to highlight this important underlying Sikh principle. If you have any comments, please discuss them appropriately here
The Jatts are a Northern Indian ethnic tribe that inhabits the Punjab, also related to Annapoorna and Atta (Wheat) Tribe.
In Old Era & Modern Era Period in Punjab Sikh Jatt Professions were Indian Tractor Workers, Wheat Farm Workers
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