The ancient people of Sind: –
Sind province of Pakistan is the heir to the ancient civilization. Among its ancient people, the Dravidian people have the right to be called the true heirs of Sind. They worship their ancient deities Shiva, Shanbhu, Krishna and Kali Mata with great devotion. Thus the Bhels are mentioned in the Bhagavad Gita, but ancient and modern history indicates that before the conquest of the Aryans, Bheel was the ruler of Rajasthan and Gujarat.
Rajya Gore, the author of the book (History of Gujarat), writes that “Aryans who came from the Indo-Scythian East Turkestan first settled in Iran in Spain or Shakistan, and then invaded Sindh and settled there.” The rulers were invited to mount Ajin because Raja Karabhil of Gujarat had forcibly kidnapped Acharya’s Hussein sister Saraswati “.
Whether it was forcibly picked up by Raja Gaura Bheel of Gujarat or by Ram Chandraji’s charge of raiding Sita on Sri Lanka, it was also an excuse to mount Sagin in this debate. This fact shows that in this time, like Dravid Ravan, Gujrat and Rajasthan were ruled by Raja Garwa Bheel.
According to the traditions and traditions of Bheel Lok, they ruled Rajasthan and Gujarat in ancient times. And it is likely that a later generation of his own, called Thakur, withdrew from the Bhelites with the help of external invaders. Malouda – Most Rajput families of Rajputana and Gujarat have been acknowledging this fact till recently. For example, the sand of these families was that during the coronation of the new king, it was considered necessary to justify the new king by tearing the blood of the ancient family Bhil’s thumb. In this way, the new king would become the legitimate heir of the ancient ruling family.
The Bhils of the jungles and mountains used archery till the present time, and the Bhils, named Raj Papala, defended the independence of the state from the very homelessness and lived according to ancient customs. Like other tribes, they liked to cover their bodies less than clothes and wear necklaces, beads, and jewelry. The unconventional and simple life of the jungle had made him a free-spirited, moral man. Like the people of the plains, they did not like to labor in slavery. That is why the settlers have declared them as worthless and wild and barbaric.
Ever since the British built the Sukkur Barrage in Sindh and irrigated new areas, a large number of three (southern Sindh) bhails have settled in different areas and started farming like landless farmers. Most of these people now appear to have abandoned semi-nomadic life and are farming, but unfortunately, no attempt has been made to settle them to date. The ancient people of Sindh are still living as strangers on their own land, perhaps to get the idea of their permanent settlement.