Posts in Kamboj History Category

  • Cyrus the Great - K?ru - The great Kamboja
  • Cyrus the Great - K?ru - The great Kamboja


    Cyrus II of Persia (Old Persian: Kuuruusha[6] K?ru; New Persian: ????? ?????; Hindi: ????? c. 600 or 576 - 530 BC[7]), commonly known as Cyrus the Great [8] and also known as Cyrus the Elder, was the founder of the Achaemenid Empire.[9] Under his rule, the empire embraced all the previous civilized states of the ancient...


  • Books on History of Kambojas
  • Books on History of Kambojas


    'Taarikh Aale Kambojia'(meaningThe history of Kamboj nation) is a wonderful, informative Urdu book written in this context. The book is based on more than 20 years of research by late 'Chaudhry Allah Ditta Kamboh Majithia'(1921-2002), a Muslim Kamboh who migrated from Amritsar (India) to Lahore (Pakistan) during Indo...



  • An Ethnographic Note on Kambojas in Sindh
  • An Ethnographic Note on Kambojas in Sindh


    Around 4000B.C.Kambojas tribe was living in Tajikstan, the state situated in thesouthern U.S.S.R, to the north of Tibet and Afghanistan in the Pamir-Badakhshan region(1), when most probably pushed by the Mongols from thenortheast, its members crossed the Himalayas through the Kura Kuram passes,moved southwards...


  • Who are these Kamboj people?
  • Who are these Kamboj people?


    Kamboj people are an ethnic community of the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. The Kamboj people are a traditionally agricultural community in Northern India and Pakistan. Primarily of Hindu, Muslim and Sikh faiths, they now live mostly in the Indian States of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and...


  • Atal Bihari Vajpayee's Speech on Kamboj
  • Atal Bihari Vajpayee's Speech on Kamboj


    I was in Cambodia just recently. It is the Kamboj state of the past, where magnificent temples that kissed the sky were built in the 10th and the 11th centuries. It had Hindu states ruled by Hindu kings. There were others too among the citizens, but there was justice towards all. Sometimes the kings also used to fight...


  • Kamboj and Hinduism
  • Kamboj and Hinduism


    Hinduism commands the adherence of approximately 850 million people in the world. Thus every 7th human being is a Hindu. This makes Hinduism the third largest religion in the world, after Christianity (approx. 2 billion) and Islam (1.3 billion). These figures certainly give the impression that Hinduism is a world religion...


  • Kambojas in Muslim and British Era
  • Kambojas in Muslim and British Era


    Kambohs are said to be the modern representatives of ancient Kambojas. They are found as Hindus, Sikhs, Muslims, Persians, Jaina and Buddhists and are mostly confined to northern parts of India, Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan. The original home of the Kambojas was Pamir, Badakshan and northern parts of Tajikstan as far...


  • Kamboja Kingdom
  • Kamboja Kingdom


    Kamboja or Kamvoja is a kingdom grouped among the western kingdoms in the epic Mahabharata. Western kingdoms were cold countries and people used blankets. They also reared sheep and drank sheep milk. Kamboja Horses were of excellent quality. Their horses and even horsemen were used in the wars between kings of Aryavarta...


  • Kamboja  - An Ancient Country of India
  • Kamboja - An Ancient Country of India


    Kamboja (Sanskrit: ??????? ???????) was the ancient name of a country, and the Indo-Iranian (????) Kshatriya (????????) tribe (??????), the Kambojas, settled therein. The country is listed as one of the sixteen Mahajanapadas or great nations in ancient Buddhist texts, and was located in the Uttarapatha in extreme north...