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Jat And Village Life: Why The Love And Hate Duality?


ੴ / Ik▫oaʼnkār
Dec 21, 2010
It is quite common that in many a celebrations, weddings, festivals and films there is fancy towards Jats. For example the classic,

‪Bhangra - Jatt Kudiyan Toh Darda Maara - Mohd.Rafi & Shamshad Begum‬‏ - YouTube

‪Teri Kanak Di Rakhi (Do Lachhian 1960)‬‏ - YouTube

‪Lok Geet by Shamshad Begum (Soohe ve Cheere Waleya)‬‏ - YouTube

Enjoy following off topic so we stay cool in our dialog peacesign

‪DO LACHHIAN 1960 ( VE CHANA VAS AKHIYAN DE KOL BY shamsad begum)‬‏ - YouTube

What Jats claim is disproportionate role in kicking butt in traditional battles, wars as well as picking up fights in support of the down trodden. So this is debatable.

On the other side Jats are portrayed as not "astute" as such, why is it so? May be they are not or they are! Are they dis-proportionately so in this regard?

Is this like "sweet and sour chicken" or all is good.

In the end we need to remember that nobody eats anyone else's due as follows,

‪Guddi - Dana Paani Khich Ke Liyanda - Mohd.Rafi‬‏ - YouTube

Any thoughts.

Sat Sri Akal
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