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The Bhavsar are a caste found in Indian states such as Karnataka, Gujarat, Maharashtra & Telangana.History or the Past is said to be a Mirror of Present. Our present directly or indirectly depends on our past. History has nothing to do with our present existence, but through someway or other it has played an important role in building our existence. Bhavsar Kshatriya Samaj, as name suggests is a community of Kshatriyas (the warriors). According to the epics and legendary Parshuram who was said to be an Avatar of Lord Vishnu, had vowed a vengeance against a community of warriors, where in the war he had wiped most of the warriors, off the earth.This had worried two young princes Bhavsingh and Sarsingh from Saurashtra who had foreseen their dynasty meeting its end. They had been directed to appeal Goddess Hinglaj at the holy shrine situated on the bank of river Hinghol in Baluchistan near Sindh which is now at Pakistan, where the goddess assured protection to their dynasty by compelling Parshuram to leave them alone, on one condition that none from their community would confront Parshuram. T [4]

LanguagesBagri ,Marathi,
Populated statesGujarat, TELANGANA


According to legend, the Bhavsar originated in the Saurashtra region, which is now in the state of Gujarat.

The Bhavsar community has negotiated with the Pakistani government to assure passage for regular pilgrimages to Hinglaj.The community Bhavsar was named after these two Princes Bhavsingh and Sarsingh. But as the historical period passed away, there was a certain phase of civilization wherein there was a cultural and economic stability in ancient India.


The Bhavsar community in Rajasthan speaks Bagri, a Rajasthani dialect.

See also

  • Pujya Mota

  • Rangrez


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