Khanzada

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The Khanzada or Khanzadah (Urdu: خانزاده راجپوت‎) is a subdivision of Muslim Rajputs, now found mainly in the Rajasthan, Haryana and Western Uttar Pradesh of India, and in the Sindh and Punjab provinces of Pakistan. They converted to Islam probably around the time of Firoz Shah, the fourteenth-century Sultan of Delhi.

Inscriptions of King Bahadur Khan 'Nahar' (died A.D.1400), Mewatpatti and Firoz Shah Tuglaq (died A.D.1388), Delhi's Emperor. (Source: Archaeological Survey of India Reports,1882–83).
Jami Masjid and the tomb of Raja Bahadur Khan. It was begun by Bahadur Khan in 1392 and finished by his successor in 1400 AD.

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Now khanzada cast is found majority in Sindh Pakistan and the rest of in Punjab i-e in Phoolnager,Jumber Patoki and some of the families belong to this cast lives in Rwalpindi Islamabad. Some khanzadas are most active members on social media like khanzada Nomi--Khanzada nomi (talk) 23:30, 27 February 2015 (UTC).