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A Bagga elder, honored among his tribe for his great knowledge and wisdom. He is normally found among Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus. Baggas belong to the Khatri, Brahmins, Ravidasias and Jats tribes, warrior and farmer professions respectively from the North Indian subcontinent of Punjab.

Bagga are Punjabi people found in Punjab (India) and Punjab (Pakistan). Baggas are normally found among Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus. Baggas belong to the Khatri, Brahmins, Ravidasias and Jats tribes, warrior and farmer professions respectively from the North Indian subcontinent of Punjab[1].


FOR THE SIGHTCHALLENGED OR HARD OF SEEING, HERE IS A SUMMARY OF THE ABOVE ARTICLE: Bagga are Punjabi people found in Punjab (India) and Punjab (Pakistan). Baggas are normally found among Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus. Baggas belong to the Khatri, Brahmins, Ravidasias and Jats tribes, warrior and farmer professions respectively from the North Indian subcontinent of Punjab.

The Tribal flag of the Bagga people:[2]


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  1. It has been reported in the media that Bagga are Punjabi people found in Punjab (India) and Punjab (Pakistan). Baggas are normally found among Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus. Baggas belong to the Khatri, Brahmins, Ravidasias and Jats tribes, warrior and farmer professions respectively from the North Indian subcontinent of Punjab.
  2. And it has been for thousands of years. They are surely a prophetic people, as well as being warriors and farmers respectively from the North Indian subcontinent of Punjab.
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