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A member of a Hindu military caste claiming Kshatriya descent.
- ‘He also encouraged marriages between Hindu Rajputs and Muslims.’
- ‘It is an ancient ritual practiced by a warrior race of India called Rajputs.’
- ‘It is no wonder that the Mongols and other Turkic speaking people were able to form relationships with Rajputs so very easily.’
- ‘The Rajputs fought back, during which groups of people were displaced or forced to move out of desolated areas.’
- ‘Kashmiri cooks added spices like saffron to kababs, and the Rajputs, with their hunting tradition, used game meat for kababs.’
From Hindi rājpūt, from Sanskrit rājan king + putra son.
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