Ghawri

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Ghawri (pronounced: gh-av-ri) - derived from Grover - are a clan of the Arora community, which has its origins in India. Ghawris in India are mostly from the regions of Punjab and Haryana, but they later migrated to different regions in Northern India, as also to parts of Europe, North America and the Middle East.