Muslim Parmar (Gujarat)
The Muslim Parmar (Urdu: مسلمان پرمار) of Gujarat are Muslim converts from the larger Parmar Rajput community. They are said to have converted to Islam during the early period of the Gujarat Sultanate. Their ancestors were a Hassan and his brother Hisamuddin. Hisamuddin was made governor of Gujarat by the Khilji rulers. The community is found mainly in north Gujarat, and are now mainly cultivators. They speak Gujarati among themselves, although most have knowledge of Urdu. The Parmar are Sunni Muslims and intermarry with other Muslim Rajput groupings, such as the Chauhan, Bhatti, Khokhar, Makwana and Rathore. There are also Muslim Parmar in Sindh, Pakistan.
See also 
- Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency, Gujarat Population: Musalmans and Parsis, Volume IX pages 68 to 69 Government Central Press, Bombay