Khaskheli

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Khaskheli (Urdu: خاصخیلی ‎) is a Sindhi tribe in Sindh, Pakistan. The tribe trace its linkages as offshoot of Samma tribe in Sindh.

Khasakhel[1] [2] is a tribe in Sindh. This a warrior clan which came with Mohammad Bin Qasim and defeated Raja Dahir. After the death of Mohammad Bin Qasim they stayed in South Asia and spread the Islamic religion. They last fought against the British rule under the Talpur Dynasty of Sindh.

After the fall of the Talpur Dynasty in Sindh they were dispersed by the British rulers, some of them were arrested and hanged with their supporter Pir Pagara. They were the first clan to allow marriage outside and due to this they were scattered all over the sub continent.

See also[edit]

Zahid Dynasty: He is a genius man, but he doesn't listen anyone. Anyone we don't care because he is Mulla.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ihwa Yŏja Taehakkyo. Asian Center for Women's Studies. Asian journal of women's studies, Volume 12. Ewha Womans University Press, 2006. pp. 100&101. 
  2. ^ Sir William Wilson Hunter, Great Britain. India Office. Imperial gazetteer of India, Volume 23. Clarendon Press, 1908, the University of Virginia. p. 310.