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|Regions with significant populations|
|• India • Pakistan • England|
|Punjabi • Hindi • Urdu • Haryanvi • Gujarati|
|Hinduism • Islam • Sikhism • Christianity|
|Related ethnic groups|
Parallel Muslim weaving occupational groups exist; a number of the Muslim Julaha later changed their group name to terms such as Ansari (the prophet Mohammed's term for the Muslims of Medina) or Nurbaf (Template:Fa-icon, Persian being a prestigious language amongst area Muslims).
- "people of india". joshua project. Retrieved August 14, 2011.
- Nava Kishor Das (23 Jun 2009). Culture, religion, and philosophy: critical studies in syncretism and inter-faith harmony. the University of Michigan. pp. 374 pages. ISBN 978-81-7033-820-8.
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