Kalhora

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Kalhoro clan
Regions with significant populations
Pakistan
Languages
Sindhi
Religion
Islam - Sunni
Related ethnic groups
Sindhi

The Kalhoro/Kalhora' (written in Sindhi: ڪلهوڙو/ڪلهوڙا) is a Sindhi tribe and are the descendants of Hazrat Abbas ibn Abd al-Muttalib, the paternal uncle and Sahabi (Companion) of ProphetMuhammad.[citation needed]

The Kalhora dynasty ruled Sindh and some parts of the modern Punjab region of Pakistan for nearly a century (1701 - 1783) CE.[1]

Khudabad Kalhora masjid (temple), interior view.
Khudabad Kalhora masjid (temple), interior view, art.

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  1. ^ Sarah F. D. Ansari (31 January 1992). Sufi Saints and State Power: The Pirs of Sind, 1843-1947. Cambridge University Press. pp. 32–33. ISBN 978-0-521-40530-0.