Muslim Makwana

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The Makwana Muslims are Muslim converts from the Makwana Rajput community. According to their traditions, their ancestor Babuji, the son of Harpal Makwana, converted to Islam. He founded to the principality of Lal-Mandva, in Vatrak & Mazoom junction of river bank.There are 125 village.Mahikantha political agency. The Makwana are now mainly small peasant proprietors found in north Gujarat. They are Sunni Muslims and speak Gujarati. The Makwana intermarry with other Muslim Rajput groups in the neighbourhood, such as the Molesalam, Nayak and Parmar.[citation needed]

In Gujarat, Kolis also are Makwana.[citation needed]