It is observed by me that this forum consists of lot of rajput related topics but not one on their origin. What is sad is that the people oppose aryan invasion theory ( I too but it must be admitted that other side has good arguments too ) but not this worst myth ( along with undue prominence to buddhism ) concocted by british historians to be followed by communist and even nationalist historians. In my study, I found that there is hardly any evidence for so called foreign origin of rajputs. Even western historians now admit that the Paramaras, Chandellas, Chalukyas, Gaharvads are of indigenous stock but they associate Gurjar pratiharas, guhilots and chahmans or chauhans with huna, scythian and kushan tribes. Now, to be frank, I can demolish the chances of kushan and scythian ancestry easily but I would like to know how they are related with Hunas. I mean Rajputs if descendants of huna, must have some history of that descent but there is none in contemporary epigraphy. Is here someone who can take up this challenge to show how rajputs are of huna stock? I am not doing it in spirit of combat but to know reasons why they are associated with hunas other than ridiculous idea that like hunas, they too are great fighters. were mauryas, sungas, chandellas, rashtrakutas, rathores, guptas, satvajhanas not great fighters?