Hashmi Syed

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The Nakokara (Hashmi Syed) is a tribe descended from the Banu Hashim clan of the Quraish, and are found in Punjab, Pakistan. They are concentrated in the Jhang and Chiniot districts of Punjab.[1]

The Nakokara clawn reportedly originated in Bahwalpur 600 years ago. In addition to Jhang Basti Ghazi Shah,Basti Shah Shakoor,Chak Mian Murad Shah and Chak Mian Wali Shah Bagh Jhang and Chiniot, Hashmies they also hold lands in Gujranwala and also live in [Azad kashmir] and well known family Hakeem Syed mufti Muhammad aziz Hashmi in Sargodha Districts.[2]

Members of this Syed clan carry the family name Hashmi or Hashimi. The Ali bin Abi Talib A.S All Generation Fatmi Or Gair Fatmi Is Syed. Coz Ali Bin Abi Talib A.S Is Syed. The Ali Bin Abi Talib 3rf Son Muhammad Akbar ( Muhammad Bin Hanfia ) Generation Also Syed. Alvi The 4th Son Generation Also from Gair Fatmi They Are Also Syed. Coz Imam Ali A.S Is Syed.e.Na.

Nakokara (Pious) is a surname was given by the Islamic prophet Muhammad to Uqeel bin Abu Talib.

Villages[edit]

The main villages of the tribe in Chiniot District area is Hersa Shaikh, Chauntrewala, Thatta Karam Shah, Taliyala and Zakhera. There also a few villages in Jhang District such as Nekokara, Basti Ghazi Shah, Basti Shah Shakoor,Chak Mian Murad Shah and Chak Mian Wali Shah In addition, Sheikh Waen in Bahawalpur District, Sagharpur in Jhelum District are also important villages of the tribe. In Vehari District, there is the village of Nekokara.

References[edit]

  1. ^ A Glossary of the tribes & castes of Punjab by H. A Rose
  2. ^ A Glossary of the tribes & castes of Punjab by H. A Rose