Some Shocking Facts About Jaat Community by Dr Vivek Bindra


Haryana is a state in India known as the “Land of Champions” and is often referred to as the “Land of God” because Lord Krishna is said to have delivered the Bhagavad Gita to Arjuna here. The people of Haryana are as revered as its sacred land, and I will share with you the story of their skills and determination today.

Despite their tough exterior, the Jats of Haryana are often described as “illiterate but wise.” Here’s an example: a landlord, before his death, divided his entire wealth among his three sons, which included 19 horses. In his will, he wrote that the eldest son should receive half of the horses, the middle son should get one-fourth, and the youngest son should have one-fifth. Splitting 19 horses in this manner was quite challenging.

This complicated situation eventually reached the court of the Mughal emperor Balban in Delhi. The emperor’s poet, Amir Khusro, advised summoning Chaudhary Ramsahay from Sonipat. Ramsahay arrived in Delhi on horseback and understood the entire matter. Ramsahay added one of his own horses to the estate, making it 20 horses. He gave 10 horses, or half, to the eldest son, 5 horses (one-fourth) to the middle son, and 4 horses (one-fifth) to the youngest son. He took back his horse, leaving the estate equally divided. This showcases the intelligence of the Jats in Haryana.

However, Haryana’s excellence doesn’t stop at intelligence; it extends to the sports arena. Haryana has produced a multitude of champion athletes who have brought numerous medals to India. In the 2010 Commonwealth Games, India won 38 gold medals, with 22 of them secured by athletes from Haryana. In the 2012 London Olympics, India won a total of six medals, with three of them belonging to Haryana. In the 2014 Commonwealth Games, out of the 64 medals India won, 21 were earned by Haryana’s athletes. In the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, 3 out of India’s 7 medals were won by Haryana’s athletes, and in the 2022 Commonwealth Games, Haryana contributed 20 out of India’s 61 medals.

The passion and determination of Haryana’s athletes serve as an inspiration for everyone. Rani Rampal, a hockey captain and one of Haryana’s daughters, had always dreamt of playing hockey but faced financial constraints. When she saw a rich girl discard her broken hockey stick, Rampal picked it up, mended it, and started practicing. Her dedication caught the eye of a coach, who decided to guide her. Today, Rani Rampal is the captain of India’s medal-winning hockey team.

Haryana’s contribution isn’t confined to the sports field alone. In the realm of entertainment, Haryana has made its mark. Haryanvi songs have garnered a massive following, and “52 Gaj Ka Daman,” a Haryanvi song, has over 1.5 billion views on YouTube. Asia’s biggest YouTuber, CarryMinati, is also from Haryana, with 40.5 million subscribers on YouTube.

Haryana is rapidly advancing in the business sector as well. It’s now the third fastest-growing economy in India after Gujarat and Karnataka. Every village in Haryana has access to electricity. Haryana is the largest exporter of basmati rice, and it plays a crucial role in India’s agriculture, contributing 15% to the country’s agricultural output.

In technology, Haryana is a significant player, manufacturing 67% of the country’s cars and 60% of its motorcycles. Haryana also produces 80% of road rollers and compactors, 52% of cranes, and 50% of refrigerators in India.

Cities like Faridabad are known as the “Industrial City of North India,” while Rohtak hosts the largest cloth market in Asia, and Panipat is home to the country’s second-largest oil refinery. Gurugram has become a hub for industries and startups. Also,  if you have any questions related to your startup and can’t find the answer, you can now ask me directly through “BB Coach,” which is Dr. Vivek Bindra.

Haryana’s story is one of tremendous progress and achievement, and its people continue to excel in various fields, making their state and the nation proud. If you want to learn more about Haryana, you can click on this link for”10 Shocking Facts About the Jat Community.”



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