Sahito

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Sahito (Urdu: ‎) is a Sindhi tribe in Sindh, Pakistan. Sahito tribe is settled in Khairpur, Naushahro Feroze, Tando Allahyar, Hyderabad and Larakana districts of Sindh.

Sahita (Plural) Sahito (Singular) Sindhi Sahito is the name of a Caste/Tribe in Sindh, South Asia. the Sahita speak the Sindhi Language. MR Lok Ram Dodeja wrote in his sindhi Book "Muhinjo watan muhinja manhoonمنھنجو وطن منھنجا مانھو" that the Sahita tribe is related to Sahita Singh. the Son of Moda Singh. that's why Sahita's are RAJPUT. Pir Hissam ud din Rashdi wrote in his book (samaat سماٹ)‏ ‏Sahita's are generals in mughal empereors and sahita's are sindhi singhs and sahita's have (‏(لقب which is given by mughals (Jam ‏(جام the Majority of Sahita lives in central of Sindh, especially in the districts of Khairpur mir's, Naushero feroze, Nawab Shah, Hala and Hyderabad.

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