The Bhutta are a group found in Pakistan and India. They may be classified as either Jat or Rajput. They are predominantly Muslim with large Hindu and small Sikh minorities respectively. Sherbaz Khan Mazari, a politician, says that Bhutta Rajputs are descended from the Bhutta who migrated to Sindh, just as Soomro Rajputs in the Punjab are known as Soomra.

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  • The Bhutta are a group found in Pakistan and India. They may be classified as either Jat or Rajput. They are predominantly Muslim with large Hindu and small Sikh minorities respectively. Sherbaz Khan Mazari, a politician, says that Bhutta Rajputs are descended from the Bhutta who migrated to Sindh, just as Soomro Rajputs in the Punjab are known as Soomra. (en)
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  • December 2015
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  • The Bhutta are a group found in Pakistan and India. They may be classified as either Jat or Rajput. They are predominantly Muslim with large Hindu and small Sikh minorities respectively. Sherbaz Khan Mazari, a politician, says that Bhutta Rajputs are descended from the Bhutta who migrated to Sindh, just as Soomro Rajputs in the Punjab are known as Soomra. (en)
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  • Bhutta caste (en)
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  • Bhutta (en)
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