The Noon tribe has varied origins based on their area of settlement. The tribe is settled in Punjab in the form of a large clan based around the area of Multan, and a family, traced back to one ancestry, in [Sargodha]and [islamabad].
The Noon family of Sargodha is closely related to the TiwanaMuslim Rajput. In addition to the Tiwanas, they are closely allied to the Awan, Bandial,Gujjar and Piracha tribes in Pakistan. The family is also amongst the "First families of Pakistan", its members having held various political and government positions. Traditionally the Noon family has remained in agriculture and politics, however it has also given rise to many professionals and technocrats, dating back to the Mughal era. The Noon family has also been closely linked to the equestrian sport of polo, and has produced several outstanding polo players at a regional level.
The Noon family of Sargodha use the title of Malik, whereas the Noon clan situated around Multan uses the title of [[Rana]and in Islamabad Malik]