Bagga

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Bagga are Punjabi people found in Punjab (India) and Punjab (Pakistan). Baggas are normally found among Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus.[1]

Baggas belong to the Khatri, Jatt and Rajput communities of the northern Punjab region. Most of the Baggas residing in India migrated from towns and villages around Lahore, Pakistan, Mianwali and Gujranwala, Pakistan post Partition of India.

References[edit]

  1. ^ See Buddha, Prakash Political and Social Movements in Ancient Punjab (2008), cited at Religions and Castes, Punjab Government Department of Revenue (using 1961 census). Accessed 26 July 2013