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Sindhi people

Channa or Channo (Sindhi: چنا) is a Sindhi Rajput tribe in the Sindh province of Pakistan.[1] A tribe of this name is referred to in some old Muslim texts, such as Chachnama.[2]


Anahani/Enahani, Ayani, Bich, Budh, Badwa, Badam (Badamani), Bakhani, Chano, Dargahia, Dhagani, Dalani, Faqirani, Gunani, Golani, Hamdani, Jamani, Jhangiani, Jaleelani, Kachhar, Katiar, Lalani, Leebai, Muhammadani, Marani, Musani, Mochi, Mora, Nunari, Saajnani, Sakhiani, Samrani, Shanani, Sharifani, Sahra, Talhani, Tharani, Umrani, Wahani, Wahnani, Wahwani.[3]

Notable people


  1. ^ Papiha, Surinder Singh; Deka, Ranjan; Chakraborty, Ranajit (31 October 1999). Genomic Diversity: Applications in Human Population Genetics ; [proceedings of a Symposium on Molecular Anthropology in the Twenty-First Century, Held During the 14th International Congress of the Association of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Held July 26 - August 1, 1998, in Williamsburg, Virginia]. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 978-0-306-46295-5. In addition, many Hindus and pure Sindhi individuals from clans such as the Abro, Channa and Sumro reside there. Jat Channa are extinct or have moved to other surrounding places like India
  2. ^ Wink, André (1991). Al-hind: The Making of the Indo-islamic World. BRILL. p. 158. ISBN 978-90-04-09249-5.
  3. ^ Khair Mohammad Buriro Sewhani (2005). ذاتين جي انسائيڪلوپيڊيا (in Sindhi). p. 299.