|Regions with significant populations|
|Sindhi • Seraiki|
|Related ethnic groups|
|• Muslim Rajputs • Rajput|
Major Sindhi Rajput clans
Here is a brief description of the major Sindhi Rajput clans:
- Bhutto have been settled in Sindh for over two centuries.
- Jokhio are one of the older residents of Sindhi Rajputs, they are a clan of the Samma Rajputs, and as such are Chandravanshi. They are found in Malir District, in a cluster of villages such as Jam Goth and Gadap Town. They are also living in Thatta city, Nawabshah city and Daulatpur city.
- Joyo or Johiya form part of a communities of tribes known as the Sarai that migrated from Punjab in the 18th Century. They are found in Sukkur, Shikarpur, Larkana and Nawabshah districts.
- Junejo are a clan of Samma Rajputs. They are found in Nawabshah, Sanghar, Hyderabad, Larkana, Ubaro, Badin, Shikarpur, Sindhri, Dadu, Badin, Mirpurkhas and Thatta, Khairpur Districts.
- Kharal are a clan of the Sarais who immigrated from Punjab in the 18th Century. They are found mainly in the Sanghar, Dera Ghazi Khan, Jampur, Sukkur,Larkana, Jamshoro, Khairpur Districts.
- Mahar are a clan of Bhatti Rajputs, and as such are a Chandravanshi clan. Theu are found mainly in Ghotki, where their chief resides, and Sukkur and Shikarpur District.
- Mangrio are a clan of the Chandravanshi Rajputs. Magrio or Mangria is a clan of Meos. Sindhi Sipahi clans Junejo, Samma, Pano and Mangrio comes from Meos of Rajasthan. They are found mainly in Sanghar, Tharparkar and Balochistan.
- Naru Rajput are found in Mirpurkhas district. They are Suryavanshi Rajput.
- Panhwar or Panwar or Parmar are an Agnivanshi Rajput clan. The Panhwars constitute about 40% of the population of Dadu District, as well being found in Tharparkar, Umarkot, Badin and Hyderabad districts.
- Rathore are a Suryavanshi Rajput clan. Most of the Rathore have remained Hindu, although Umarkot District is home to some Muslim Rathore.
- The Samma are the largest Rajput tribe found in Sindh, and claim Yaduvanshi descent. They are found throughout Sindh, and ruled the country from 1350 to 1500. The Hindu Jadeja and Chudasama branch were rulers of Kutch and a number states in Kathiawar belonged to this clan
Sindhi-Sipahi of Rajasthan
They are sub-divided into various tribes, such as the Bhatti, Sodha, Tonwar and Rathore, and further divided into firkas or sub-clans. Their main firkas are the Samma, Saand, Gajju, Bhayyo, Panno, Sithar, and Mahar. The Samma clan is named for its founder and traces its pedigree to Bhati Rajputs. The Saand and Gajju were originally Sodha; Bhayo and Panno are said to be descended from Tonwar; and Sithar are Rathore.
Dhatis and Khudalis are the two chief sub-divisions of the Sindhi-Sipahi. The Dhati are found mainly in Jaisalmer, while the Khudali are found in Barmer and Jodhpur.The Khudali are camel nomads, and dwell in temporary thatched huts. The Dhatis are settled farmers.
Prominent Sindhi Rajputs
- Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Former Prime Minister of Pakistan & Former President of Pakistan.
- Sardar Imtiaz Hussain Phulpoto to Sardar of Phulpoto Community and Ex-MPA of Sindh Assembly during 1985 regime
- Sardar Ali Mohammad Mahar Former Chief Minister of Sindh
- Arbab Raheem - Former Chief Minister of Sindh
- Jan Muhammad Junejo - was a prominent leader of the Khilafat Movement
- Anwar Solangi - was a noted Pakistani television and radio artist
- Rana Bhagwandas (Hindu Rajput) - former chief justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan
- Rana Chandra Singh (Hindu Rajput) - was a Pakistani politician, a former federal minister and the chieftain of the Pakistani Hindu Sodha Thakur Rajput clan and the former Amarkot (present day Umerkot) jagir Naghar were converted to Islam.