Asia's Ancient Warrior Clan

Bhavsar Kshatriya Samaj is an ancient Community originating from the North Western part of India, stretching all the way towards the South Indian Territories. However this Community isn't enclosed by the Indian Border, rather its members have been successfully flourishing beyond the boundaries of Seven Seas.

The main profession of this Community was related to Clothing and Textiles. This profession led the community members to travel at a long distance crossing barriers and flourishing as successful business personnel.

As days passed by, the community members adapted to the situations and need of time. Apart from Clothing Industry they developed skills in other industrial activities. Today Bhavsar Kshatriya Samaj comprises of business personnel and professionals from varied work culture.

Right from Clothing Industry to Medical and Electrical to Information Technology, the Community has sown its seeds which have grown up to be a tree bearing rich fruits of Progress and Harmony.

But this progress wasn't rapid and easy. The Community had to struggle for the hard to achieve throne of Success and Prosperity. The members had to travel a lot, adapting themselves to the surrounding culture, yet retaining their own. They had provided the Clothing & Textile Industry a new prosperous dimension. The term Kshatriya in Indian context stands for Warriors. These Kshatriyas fought a war for their existence against the unfavourable situations, distance among cultures, poverty, and most important the Time. They were successful in accepting the new changes brought up by the Moments of Time.

This portal plays a key role in uniting those Warriors who now fight a war of evolutionary standards of life leading to the progress of mankind through weapons of Education, Artistic Talents, Technical Skills, Innovative Personality, and at the most Passion towards the Winning Post.

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bhavsarrl's picture

Dear Sir,My surname is Sarje which is not available in the list of surname and gotra. Pl. suggest. Regards Rjaendra Bhavsar (Sarje)