Jamali

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Jamali People
Regions with significant populations
• Pakistan • Iran • Iraq
Languages
BalochiSindhiSeraikiPunjabi
Religion
Islam

Jamali (Urdu: جمالي‎) is a Baloch tribe settled in Sindh and Balochistan provinces of Pakistan.

Jamali tribe consists of 16 more tribes which are Ghuhramani, Dilshadani, Sobdrani, Bhandani, Dhoshli, Manjhi, Muridani, Isaani,Tondwani sultani, Rehanwala, Sahriani, Shahaliani, Shahalzal, Taharani, Taibani, Tingiani, Jangwani, Waswani , and Zanwrani. Jamali tribesmen mostly speak Balochi, Sindhi, Seraiki, Punjabi and Urdu is used as second languages. In Balochistan, the majority of Jamali tribes live in Jaffarabad and in Dera Murad Jamali) . In Sindh, majority of Jamali tribes live in districts Moro, Dadu, Nawabshah, Hyderabad [Kharan, Pakistan] and Matiari. Jangwani Jamali is the most ancient tribe from Sindh. This tribe belongs to Jangu Khan Jamali.

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