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Darlong people

The Darlong people are a small tribe living in the Indian state of Tripura. The Darlong call themselves hriam ’ or manmasi ’. They constitute less than one percent of the population of Tripura.

Korbong

The Korbong are one of the sub-tribes of Halam community of Tripura, India. In 2016, there are a total of 31 families with 122 people in potrebu. Model village Korbongpara, the Foundation of which was laid in 2016, is intended for community Korbo ...

Bylakuppe

Bylakuppe is an area in Karnataka which is home to the Indian town Bylakuppe and several Tibetan settlements, established by Lugsum Samdupling and Dickyi Larsoe. Bylakuppe is the second largest Tibetan settlement in the world outside Tibet after ...

Mundgod

Mundgod is a panchayat town in Uttara Kannada district in the Indian state of Karnataka. It lies on the route to Hubli from Sirsi. It is a Main road town. It is at a distance of 132 km from the District headquarters i.e. Karwar. The town is bound ...

Khelma people

The Sakachep tribe is one of the small tribe in the Old Kuki community. They mainly inhabit in the areas of Assams Dima Hasao, Cachar and Karbi Anglong districts. The Sakachep are also found in Saitsama village in Jaintia Hills. Their life style ...

Patorgoyan clan

The Patorgoyan clan is one of the four clans traditionally making up the Deoris, a tribe from Assam. The clan has been lost, although some experts believe it was assimilated into the Tiwa tribe.

Sonowal Kacharis

The Sonowal Kachari are one of the Indigenous peoples of the state of Assam in Northeast India. They belong to the Sino-Tibetan languages family, more specifically to the Tibeto-Burmese stock and are closely associated with other Ethnic groups of ...

All India Kashmiri Samaj

As per the website of AIKS, their main objectives are: To represent the mainstream voice of Kashmiri Pandits across the globe. To secure conducive atmosphere for return and rehabilitation. To provide relief and support to deserving members of the ...

Lalkhani

The Lalkhani are a Muslim Rajput community, found in North India. They are a sub-division of the Bargujar clan of Rajputs. The community is found mainly in the districts of Aligarh and Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh. They are found in Dataganj and ...

Chandel (Rajput clan)

Chandel or Chandela is a Rajput clan from India. Families belonging to this clan ruled several kingdoms in north India and held various feudal estates. The most notable of these were the Chandelas of Jejakabhukti, who ruled the Bundelkhand region.

Gandhavariya

The Gandhavariya are a Rajput clan based in northern Bihar. They ruled over parts of Madhepura district and Saharsa district during medieval times after the decline of the Oiniwar Dynasty.

Harihobans

Harihobans also known as Haihay are a clan of Rajputs that reside mainly Bhojpur district of Bihar with a smaller community also present in Ballia district of Uttar Pradesh. They were the rulers of Behea and under the leadership of Ram Pal Singh. ...

Lohtamia

They migrated to Rajnagar and occupied multiple villages in the area with all Lohtamias claiming descent from a common ancestor. During the 17th century, they occupied a fort known as Rajnagar garh, the remains of which are still visible today. E ...

Mayi clan

The Mayi were a clan of Muslim Rajputs who controlled the Narhat-Samai chieftaincy in modern-day Nawada district of Bihar and were considered to have played a prominent role in the political history of Southern Bihar.

Sengar

The area of Lateri in present-day Madhya Pradesh was once ruled by the Sengars. In what is now Uttar Pradesh, the principal town of the Lakhnesar pargana during the medieval period was Rasra. When the Sengars opposed British activities in 1812, C ...

Surwar

Survar, Sarwar or Surwar is a clan of Rajputs found in Jharkhand and Bihar. They are the Suryavanshi clan of Rajputs. They are concentrated in the Palamu region and ruled the Namudag princely state.They are originally from Sarwar district in Ra ...

Ujjainiya

The Ujjainiya are a Rajput clan that inhabits the state of Bihar. It is believed that they played a prominent role in the political history of medieval Bihar with many of their fortresses were created in the former Shahabad district in West Bihar ...

Lalotra

The Lalotra are a Rajput clan found mainly in the Indian states of Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir. They claim to be Suryavanshi Rajput, descendants of Rama. The Lalotras were also found in Sialkot District, and these Lalotras immi ...

Mankotia

Mankotia is the surname belonging to a Rajput clan. The clan predominantly resides in the Indian states of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. The name originates from Mankot, which is now known as Ramkot.

Rakwal

The Rakwal are a clan found mainly in the Indian states of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. Their immediate ancestor was Raja Abta Deo of Jammu, who founded a principality in Sialkot. They are a Dogra sub-group, and their customs are simil ...

Kachhotia

The Kachhotia are a Rajput clan found in the state of Gujarat in India. They are said to get their name on account of their women changing the way they wore their sari. They are found mainly in Bharuch and Surat districts.

Karadiya Rajput

The term Karadiya dates back to the Muslim invasion of India, those Rajputs who agreed to pay taxes known colloquially as kar to Muslim rulers, obtained the title of Karadiya diya meaning give colloquially.

Malik clan (Gujarat)

The Malik is a community found in the state of Gujarat in India. Many members of the Malik clan that migrated to Pakistan after independence settled in Karachi, Sindh.

Sagar caste

Sagar were traditionally farmers claimed higher status using British administrative procedures. With new name and origin myth they claimed to be officially recognized as Sagar.

Vala clan

The Vala are a Rajput clan found in the state of Gujarat in India. They claim to be the earliest Rajput settlers in Saurashtra, and are descendants of Shiladitya, the Valabhi ruler of Gujarat. After the overthrow of Valabhi, the Valas settled in ...

Qaimkhani

Kayamkhani or Kaimkhani is a Muslim Rajput community who were notable for ruling the Fatehpur-Jhunjhunu region in Rajasthan from the 1300s to the 1700s.

Pathania

Pathania is a clan who claim to be a branch of the Tomars of Delhi. They established the state of Nurpur in what is now the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh during the 11th century and ruled there until 1849. Not to be confused with Pathan.

Bhadauria

Bhadauria are a clan of Chauhan Rajputs. They are mainly concentrated in present-day districts of Agra, Etawah, Bhind, and Dholpur which includes the states of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan. Bhaduria leads here. For the Canadian po ...

Rathore

The Rathore is a clan of Rajputs found in Northern India and Pakistan. the Rathore deduce their origin from the Rath of Indra. The Rathore clan stood high amongst the 36 Royal Rajput tribes and the Rathore cavalry was formerly known as the best i ...

Hada Chauhan

Hada/Handa are a branch of the Chauhan Rajput community. They claim descent from the mythological Solar dynasty. They live in Hadoti and once ruled the states of Bundi, Jhalawar and Kota.

Merat

The Mehrat is a Chauhan Rajput community and descendant of Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan III from the Merwara area of the Ajmer District in Rajasthan. Languages of the community are Marwari and Hindi. The Mehrat are the descendants of Rao Meraji Chau ...

Bais (Rajput clan)

Their wealth caused Donald Butter, a visiting doctor who wrote Outlines of the Topography and Statistics of the Southern Districts of Oudh, and of the Cantonment of Sultanpur-Oudh, to describe the Bais Rajput in the 1830s as the "best dressed and ...

Dhakre

The Dhakre are a Bhriguvanshi Hindu Rajput caste found in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. They are also known as Dhakare and Dhakrey. They have no connection with the communities.

Kanhpuriya

Kanhpuriya are a clan of Rajputs. The name of this clan is derived from Kanhpur, a village on the road from Salon to Pratapgarh in Oudh. The clan claims descent from Rao Kanh, the Kshatriya son of a Brahmin saint called Sachh, who married a daugh ...

Nanwag (Nandwak) Rajputs

The Nanwag Rajputs are a branch of the Kachwaha Rajput community in what is now the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. In the 16th century, they seized a portion of Pandrah pargana and ruled there for many years before losing it to a Punjabi and Brah ...

Rautela

Rautela is a caste and a clan of Hindu Rajputs from Garhwal and Kumaon divisions in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. Rautela is higher upper caste in Rajput. Rautela Rajputs of Garhwal belong to the Parmar dynasty of the erstwhile Garhwal State w ...

Bansphor

The community get their name from the Hindi words bans, meaning bamboo and phorna which means to split. They are a community that were traditionally involved in the manufacture of bamboo items for household usage. According to traditions, they ar ...

Andh

The Andh are a designated Scheduled Tribe in the Indian states of Telangana and Maharashtra. Andh are the origins from satavahan dynasty. Andh community people is one of the oldest Hindu community in India. At the time of satvahan he is the owner ...

Bagata people

The Bagata are a designated Scheduled Tribe in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. In the bagata mainly speak the language of the Bhagat written in the script is rich, but they also speak Telugu and Tamil. The latter is mainly a diale ...

Gadabas

The Gadabas are an ethnic group of eastern India. They are a designated Scheduled Tribe in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh There are 84.689 Gadabas in Orissa and 38.081 in Andhra Pradesh, according to Indian 2011 census. Subgroups Gadaba are Bada Gadab ...

Kattunayakan

Kattunayakar are a designated Scheduled Tribe in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The word Kattunayakar means the king of the jungle in Tamil and Malayalam. In Kattunayakar are one of the earliest known inhab ...

Kolam people

Kolam are a designated Scheduled Tribe in the Indian states of Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. They belong to the sub-category Particularly vulnerable tribal group, one of the three belonging to this sub-category. The oth ...

Sora people

The Sora are a Munda ethnic group from Southern Odisha, north coastal Andhra Pradesh in India. They are also found in the hills of Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. In Soras are characteristic of the tribal community with a Patriarchal s ...

Dhanka

The Dhanka are vargi Rajputs of India who believe themselves to be aboriginal. Although similar groups in India are often referred to as adivasi, the Dhanka generally reject this term. In Dhanka tribe from India, who consider themselves to be abo ...

Dhanuk

The Dhanuk are found in the Indian states of Bihar, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. The Dhanka people in Rajasthan claim that their name is a variant and that they are the same community, however, the veracity of this claim is extremely dif ...

Dhodia

The majority of the Dhodia tribes are located in the southern part of Gujarat, Surat and Valsad districts, Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Rajasthan of India. In Maharashtra, they are found mainly in ...

Chaudhri

Chaudhary Chaudhary ચૌધરી, ચૌધરી is a tribal community found in South Gujarat, India. they have no sub-cast and the family deity or Kuladevi is Arbuda Devi mount Abu. In Chaudharis and Adivasi Indian tribes and recognized tribes in the state of G ...

Rathwa

The name of the tribe has been derived from the term "rathbistar" which means the forest and hilly areas. Thus the people who are the inhabitants of the rathbistar are called Rathwas.They are also known as Rathawa Koli Their communal belief is th ...

Mangela Kolis

Mangela Kolis is a subcaste among the Maharashtrian Koli community. They are found in most of the villages along the coast from north of Mumbai in Maharashtra. They speak Mangeli, a dialect of Marathi with a Gujarati influence.

Agariya people

The Agariya are community of the states of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh in India. Those in the vicinity of Mirzapur were involved in mining and smelting iron during the British Raj. In Agariya to speak the language of Agariya, as well as Hind ...

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