|“||Only one Kram the Lon is generally assigned a Vaisya origin.||”|
The Lone tribe is based mainly in northern Kashmir, although in the past few centuries there has been gradual diffusion of the tribe throughout the valley of Kashmir. However, now the tribe also is concentrated in the Kupwara district of the Kashmir valley.
In 1911 census , the total LONE population in the state of Jammu & Kashmir was, 51931. 8126 in Jammu division , 354 in Gilgit & Biltistan and the rest in Kashmir division .
A significant number of kashmiris of Lone tribe live in central and northern Punjab regions of Pakistan in cities such as Lahore, Gujranwala, Sialkot,,Gujrat, Jhelumand Rawalpindi,in Punjab there has been a gradual tendency among kashmiri Muslim immigrants to use Butt as their surname which include people from kashmiri lone tribe too.
Sardar Awais ur rehman lone(qumar)from village Moji Leepa valley is the new chief of lone tribe.He is grand son of Rustam Khan Qumar.
Also there is a big family of 'LONES' that live in Reading UK. Some of their familiar names are Haseeb Lone, Tanvir Lone and Mohammed Lone. The Lones originally immigrated from Dina Pakistan.
There is a big family of Lones live in Worcester Uk who migrated from Sahang Distt. Mirpur AJK. Haris Saleem Lone is the chairman of Muslim Welfare Association of Worcester which represents the whole Muslim community in the city. Shahid Ahmed Lone is a well known cricketer in Worcester League and Birmingham League. Jabran Khalid Lone is also a prominent cricketer, having represented Worcestershire County and currently holds the record for best ever bowling figures for Herefordshire county cricket club. Tanvir Lone, Arshad Hussain Lone and Asif Lone are the prominent members of the family.
Other notable Lones;
Abdul Rashid Lone ex chairman OGDC of Pakistan
Yasir Rashid Lone producer & Director Geo TV
- Kashmiri literature. Harrassowitz. Retrieved 2007-03-25.
The Lone are converts from the Vaish Hindu community.
- The Valley Of Kasmir by Walter R Lawrence Chapter XII Page 306
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