Vaishya caste. In India surname Mahajan is used by two communities: - one residing in North of India(mainly on the Amritsar to Jammu belt from wikipediaAllenwalla 19:58, 16 October 2007 (EDT) Not traders like the Bania/vania but moneylenders.
this is the only ref. to this on www--- pasJumnawool --- could you define, or break into part as you did wada-jagirdar? thanksAllenwalla 20:05, 16 October 2007 (EDT)
Under the British
Both circumstances provided further fillip to its industry, trade and commerce. excuse my ignorance but i do not understand this word…futher fill up? additional growth, etc. Das
somewhere here or wikipedia there is a ref to Guru Arjan? chiding the mason who corrected the alignment of the cornerstone Hazrat Mian Mir had just laid. warning of possible dire consequences for the Harmandir.Allenwalla 20:14, 16 October 2007 (EDT)do not know if this could be of use??
I am not sure but I have changed the following:
- 'Mahajan school' is best replaced by 'Mahajani schools' as this can be found by Google search.
- pasJumnawool probably refers to Pashmina wool
- I did not know this but 'Word synonyms' suggests that "fillip" means boost, etc.
I have read about the incidence with the foundation stone being moved - Yes, if you can find this, it would add to the knowledge-base. Many thanks, das Hari Singh 06:03, 17 October 2007 (EDT)
The basic fact is that the foundation stone is laid by a Muslim . There is no need to rely on the stories spread by RSS's(Hindu fanatics) which is anti sikh.Always believe in truth.
17 Oct 2007