Full History on Pages                              
Relation with Rama and Buddha (and Mahavir Jain)
Origin of Malla, Shakya, Maurya, Koliya clan
Relation of Sainthwar with Malla, Shakya, Maurya, Koliya and Lichchhavi Kshatriyas
Shakya, Koliya, Malla kshatriya and their inclination towards agriculture
Functioning of Santhagara - the democratic ruler of northern India
Status of Brahmins in Gana
Santhagara kshatriya and Mahaparinirvana of Buddha
Decline of Maurya dynasty and classification into Shudra
Classification of Malla and Lichchhavi kshatriya to Vratya kshatriya
Decline of Santhagara and evolution of Santhawar Sangha kshatriya (Sainthwar)
Evolution of Brahminism (or Hinduism)
Decline of Buddhism
Merger of Buddhist establishments like Gorakhnath peeth into new Hindu fold.
Decline of Buddhist Brahmin to Bhumihar and Buddhist kshatriyas to Sainthwar (and Maurya to Shudra)
Hate relationship of Brahmins with Bhumihar and Sainthwar
Forgetting of Buddha, Ashoka, Bhumihar, Sainthwar by society and by themselves
Aligning of western rajputs with Sainthwar kshatriya of eastern Uttarpradesh
Discovery of Buddhist places, Ashoka and its impact on Indian history by Britishers.
Role of Majhauli in defaming Sainthwar as Kurmi in 1881 census of India due to their agriculture inclination.
Discovery of Buddhist Brahmins - Bhumihar and Buddhist Kshatriya - Sainthwar by Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan, Dr. Rajbali Pandey and other local historians.
Misinterpretation and misunderstanding about Sainthwar by other historians.
Declaration of Sainthwar as Kshatriya in 1919-1942 period by Gorakhpur collector.
Role of CPN Singh, the Gaharwar Raja of Padrauna - geeting ministry in center in minority quota by declaring himself as Kurmi in 1980s.
Start of dirty Politics by other sainthwar leaders and their role in declaring Sainthwar as "Sub-caste of Kurmi" on the basis of 1881 census.
Role of Akhil Bhartiya Kshatriya Mahasabha in opposing the categorization of Sainthwar as Kurmi and their failure in doing that.
Launch of www.rajputms.co.in the community website
Villages of ancient Sainthwar kshatriya and western rajputs in detail.