Prakash Singh Jammu - Historical Author


Prakash Singh Jammu - Historical Author

Prakash Singh Jammu born in Chack No 78, in district Sheikhupra in 1936, Dr. Parkash Singh Jammu, after working on various teaching and administrative posts joined Punjabi University, Patiala in 1965 and retired in 1999 after serving as professor of Rural Sociology and Social Anthropology. He translated four books of sociology into Punjabi, prepared dictionary of sociology in Punjabi, produced seven books in the disciplines of sociology and social sciences, besides producing 23 issues of Samajik Vigyan Patter as its chief editor. His first book in English was published in 1974. He wrote five research reports and produced the work Globalization and Punjab in 2001. The work in hand is the outcome of his four years research while staying in Canada, where he migrated in 2000. He has been a life member of India Sociological Society and Punjabi Sahit Academy, etc. He wrote a book on the history of Kambojas with title Kambojas – Antiquity and Dispersal written by Sardar Prakash Singh Jammu. Kambojas - Antiquity and Dispersal He also worte a book - Jaat Parnali Ate Punjabi Samaj. He also wrote two articles for the www.kambojsociety.com which you can read here:

Bhai Mani Singh and His Caste

Bhai Mani Singh and His Caste
Bhai Mani Singh (Hindi: ??? ??? ?????, Punjabi: ??? ??? ???) was a great Sikh personality of eighteenth century and occupies a very esteemed position in Sikh history. He assumed the control and steeredthe course of the Sikh destiny at a very critical stage in their history. A great scholar, a devoted Sikh and a courageous leader, Bhai Sahib ... Read More »

An Ethnographic Note on Kambojas in Sindh

An Ethnographic Note on Kambojas in Sindh
Around 4000 B.C. Kambojas tribe was living in Tajikstan, the state situated  in the southern 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 the northeast, its  members crossed the Himalayas through the Kura Kuram passes, moved southwards along the Indus, and traveling through Kashmir, reached Panjab and Sindh, contributed to the development of the Indus ...

Deepak Kamboj

Deepak Kamboj started and conceptualized the powerful interactive platform - KambojSociety.com in September 2002, which today is the biggest and most popular online community portal for Kambojas in the world. He was inspired by the social and community work carried out by his father Shri Nanak Chand Kamboj. He has done research on the history, social aspects, political growth and economical situation of the Kamboj community. Deepak Kamboj is an author of various articles about the history of Kamboj community and people.