위키백과, 우리 모두의 백과사전.
전투 민족으로 구분된 부족들과 민족들[편집]
영국 식민지 시대[편집]
영국이 정리한 인도 아대륙의 "전투종족"
- 아히르 
- 브후미하르 브라민 (반란 이후에 제외됨)
- 칸드라세니야 카야스타 프라브후
- 단가르족 (학타르)
- 드훈드 아바시스
- 가르왈리 족
- 코다야 족
- 나이르족 (반란으로 사라짐)
- 파라스하르족 (반란 이후에 제외됨)
- Each of the following groups are mentioned in the Annual Class Return, 1925, pp 96-99.
- Tan, Tai Yong (2005). 《The Garrison State: The Military, Government and Society in Colonial Punjab, 1849-1947》. ISBN 978-0-7619-3336-6. 2010년 9월 19일에 확인.
- The Indian Army and the Making of Punjab, By Rajit K. Mazumder, pp 99, 105
- Ethnic Group Recruitment in the Indian Army by Dr. Omar Khalidi.
- Surridge, Keith (2007년). Martial Races: the Military, Race and Masculinity in British Imperial Culture, 1857-1914 (review). 《Journal of Victorian Culture》 12 (1): 146–150. ISSN 1355-5502.
- Britten, Thomas A. (1997). 《American Indians in World War I: At Home and at War》, illustrated, reprint, University of New Mexico Press, 128쪽. ISBN 0826320902 “The Rajputs, Jats, Dogras, Pathans, Gorkhas, and Sikhs, for example, were considered martial races. Consequently, the British labored to ensure that members of the so-called martial castes dominated the ranks of infantry and cavalry and placed them in special "class regiments."”
- Restricted Peasants and the Restraint of Imperial Power, Indian Army and the Making of Punjab, 2003, R. K. Majumdar
- Ethnic Group Recruitment in the Indian Army by Dr. Omar Khalid.
- Creative Pasts: Historical Memory And Identity in Western India, 1700-1960 From book: "In the early twentieth century, the Marathas were identified as a "martial race" fit for the imperial army, and recruitment of Marathas increased after World War I."
- American Asiatic Association (1942). 《Asia: Asian Quarterly of Culture and Synthesis》. Asia Magazine, 22쪽
- Paul Hartmann, B. R. Patil, Anita Dighe (1989). 《The Mass Media and Village Life: An Indian Study》. Sage Publications, 224쪽. ISBN 0-8039-9581-4
- Kumara Padmanabha Sivasankara Menon (1965). 《Many Worlds: An Autobiography》. Oxford University Press, 2쪽
- Hugh Gantzer (April 1975-March 1976). 《Imprint》. Business Press, 80쪽
- Benjamin B. Cohen (2002). Hindu rulers in a Muslim state L: Hyderabad, 1850-1949. University of Wisconsin--Madison. p. 78. Retrieved 20 July 2011
- "The chief areas for Saini recruitment were the Ambala, Hoshiarpur, and Jullundur Districts. ", The Golden Galley: the story of the Second Punjab Regiment, 1761-1947, pp 313, Sir Geoffrey Betham, Herbert Valentine Rupert Geary,rinted for the 2d Punjab Regiment Officers ̕Association at the University Press, by C. Batey, printer to the university, 1956
- Punjab District Gazetteers, Volume XIV A. , Jullundur District with Maps, pp 269, 1904 , Lahore, Printed at the "Civil and Military Gazette" Press
- “British Sikhs salute Indian success”, 21 May 2004 작성. 12 May 2010 확인.
- The People of India: A Series of Photographic Illustrations, with Descriptive Letterpress, of the Races and Tribes of Hindustan, Originally Prepared Under the Authority of the Government of India, and Reproduced by Order of the Secretary of State for India in Council By John Forbes Watson, John William Kaye, Meadows Taylor, Great Britain. India Office Published by India museum, 1872 Item notes: v. 5
- Bonarjee, P. D. (1899), A Handbook of Fighting Races of India, Calcutta: Thacker Spink (fasc. 1975, New Delhi: Asian Publication Services)
- Cohen, Stephen P. (May 1969). The Untouchable Soldier: Caste, Politics, and the Indian Army. 《The Journal of Asian Studies》 28 (3): 453–468. 틀:Subscription required
- Cohen, Stephen P. (1971). 《The Indian Army》. Berkeley: University of California Press