Bhutta caste

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Bhutta
Regions with significant populations
• India • Pakistan
Languages
MewariUrduPunjabiGujaratiSaraiki.Sindhi

The Bhutta are a Muslim, Sikh and Hindu community found in India and Pakistan. They may be classified as either Jat [Rajput][1] or Arain.[2] Bhutta (Urdu: بھٹہ). "Bhutta" became Bhutto when tribe moved towards south of Indus valley. (Still, Bhuttos of Sindh are also called as Bhuttas, in everyday Sindhi language). just as Soomro Rajputs in the Punjab are known as Soomra.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Khan, Hussain Ahmad (2004). Choonara, Samina, ed. Re-Thinking Punjab: The Construction of Siraiki Identity. Research and Publication Centre, National College of Arts, Lahore. p. 130. ISBN 978-9-69862-309-8. 
  2. ^ Rajasthan. 
  3. ^ Ahmed, Khaled. "WORD FOR WORD: Mazari on Bhutto". Daily Times.