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Dhawad

The Dhawad are a Tirole-Kunbi community found in the state of Maharashtra in India. Dhavadwadi is a village. Them the Hindi language to use for communication. Cast of people living in dhavadwadi is dhavad. Most of the peoples of the former. At th ...

                                               

Madia Gond

Madia Gonds or Madia or Maria are one of the endogamous Gond tribes living in Chandrapur District and Gadchiroli District of Maharashtra State, and Bastar division of Chhattisgad State India. They have been granted the status of a Primitive triba ...

                                               

Sarpotdar

Sarpotdar is a family name found mainly among the Maharashtrian people in India. It is derived from the Mughal title Sarpotdar. The Persian word "pota" which means "treasure": the treasurer in Mughal times was called "Potdar" and the chief treasu ...

                                               

Shimpi

Shimpi is an umbrella term for the community involved traditionally in the eponymous business of clothing, tailoring and designing. Saint Namdev of the Bhakti movement is revered as the patron of the community.They are present all over India and ...

                                               

Dumal

Dumal is a caste in western Orissa with members distributed through the Boudh, Phulbani, Balangir, Sonepur, Bargarh, Sambalpur, Cuttack, Angul and Debgarh districts. This caste belongs to the category of socially and economically backward communi ...

                                               

Banga Sainis

The Banga are a sub clan of the Saini.They are mainly found in Punjab region, India. The stronghold of Banga Sainis is region in Jalandhar and Nawanshahr districts of Punjab where they are among the leading land owning group. The caste hierarchy ...

                                               

Bangali (caste)

The Bangali may refer to a caste found in northern India. They are distinct from the Bengali ethnic group of West Bengal and Bangladesh. The Bangali are one of the many nomadic groupings found in India, and have customs similar to other nomadic c ...

                                               

Banwait

The Banwait is a sub clan of the Sikh Saini caste found primarily in the Mohali, Ropar, Doaba regions in Punjab, India. The hierarchy of castes in Punjab varies by the region. In the Doaba region of Punjab, Sainis are ranked at the top and are a ...

                                               

Bawariya

The Bawariya are a nomadic tribe found in the states of Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh in India. They have scheduled caste status in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. In Punjab, they are known as

                                               

Mankoo

The Korea is jatt surname.Earlier a landowning jatt community, who later got shifted to the category because of the change in occupation. Punjab, India.

                                               

Pabla Sainis

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Narsingpura

Narsingpura is one of the Jain communities. It originated from the Mewar region. Many of them have migrated to Gujarat, MP, and recently to Maharashtra. Community Narsingpura way Jane Jain sect. According to legend, it was founded by Acharya Rama ...

                                               

Sarawagi

The Sarawagi or Saraogi or Sarawgi Jain community, meaning a Jain Srāvaka, is also known as the Khandelwal. They originated from Khandela, a town in northern Rajasthan. In Khandelwals, 84 division. The legendary origin of these divisions is given ...

                                               

Veerwal

Veerwal is a Jain community in the Mewar region in Rajasthan, India. In Veerwals are followers of Samir Muniji Maharaj, who introduced them to Jainism. His death anniversary every year is celebrated all over India Veerwal Jain Sangh. Samir Pavan ...

                                               

Kartabhaja

The Kartabhaja, also known as the Kartabhaja Sampradaya, literally, the Worshippers of the Master, is a religious community of West Bengal in eastern India, which came into prominence in the mid 18th century. It had a significant following in the ...

                                               

Dalit Muslim

Dr. Aftab Alam, a political scientist, states: "But the caste system and untouchability is the life of Muslims living in India and South Asia, and untouchability is a communitys worst kept secret." While Islam is egalitarian in its social ethics, ...

                                               

Turuk Pasi

The Turuk Pasi are converts to Islam from the Pasi. There traditional occupation was tapping toddy from palm trees. They are Sunni Muslims and found in the districts of Patna, Hajipur, Saran and Muzaffarpur. The Turuk Pasi speak Bhojpuri and Urdu ...

                                               

Abduttayyeb Zakiuddin

Syedna Abduttayyeb Zakiuddin, Ahmedabad, India) was the 29th Dai al-Mutlaq of the Dawoodi Bohra. Dawoodi Bohras claim that he was the successor to the 28th Dai Syedna Sheikh Aadam Safiuddin to the religious post amid succession dispute which resu ...

                                               

Abduttayyeb Zakiuddin Bin Badruddin

Syedna Abduttayyeb Zakiuddin Bin Badruddin was the 41st Dai al-Mutlaq of the Dawoodi Bohra sect of Mustalī Islam. He succeeded the 40th Dai Hebatullah-il-Moayed Fiddeen, to the religious post. Syedna Zakiuddin was the Dai al-Mutlaq in 1193AH / 17 ...

                                               

Abduttayyeb Zakiuddin II

Syedna Abduttayyeb Zakiuddin II was 35th Dai of Dawoodi Bohra. He succeeded the 34th Dai Ismail Badruddin I to the religious post. Zakiuddin became Dai al-Mutlaq in 1085AH/1676AD. His period of Dawat was 1085–1110 AH/ 1676–1692 AD. Mazoon: Musa K ...

                                               

Dawood Bin Ajabshah

Syedna Dawood Bin Maulai Ajab Shah Burhanuddin in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India was the 26th Dai al-Mutlaq of the Dawoodi Bohra branch of Mustalī Islam. He succeeded, the 25th Dai Syedna Jalal Shamshuddin bin Hasan to the religious post. Syedna Dawoo ...

                                               

Galiakot

Galiakot is a census town in Dungarpur District of Rajasthan, India. It is situated about 168 km southeast of the Rajasthan city of Udaipur and is a Dawoodi Bohra pilgrimage site. The town is famous for the tomb of Babjee Moula Syedi Fakhruddin w ...

                                               

Hebatullah-il-Moayed Fiddeen

Hebatullah-il-Moayed-Fiddeen Bin Ibrahim Wajiuddin was the 40th Dai al-Mutlaq of Dawoodi Bohra Ujjain, India). He succeeded the 39th Dai Ibrahim Wajiuddin to the religious post. He became Dai in 1756 1168AH. His period dawat was from then until h ...

                                               

Ibrahim Wajiuddin

Syedna Ibrahim Wajiuddin Bin Abdul Qadir was 39 th Dai of Dawoodi Bohra. He succeeded the 38th Dai Ismail Badruddin II to the religious post. Ibrahim Wajiuddin was the Dai al-Mutlaq in 1150AH / 1738AD. His period dawat was from 1150-1168 and / 17 ...

                                               

Ismail Badruddin I

Syedna Ismail Badruddin Bin Molai Raj was 34th Dai of Dawoodi Bohra. He succeeded the 33 rd Dai Feer Khan Shujauddin to the religious post. Syedna Ismail Badruddin became Dai al-Mutlaq in 1085AH/1676AD. His period of Dawat was 1065–1085 AH/ 1657– ...

                                               

Ismail Badruddin II

Syedna Ismail Badruddin Bin Sayyedi Sheikh Aadam was 38 th Dai of Dawoodi Bohra. He succeeded the 37th Dai Noor Mohammad Nooruddin to the religious post. Syedna Badruddin became Dai al-Mutlaq in 1130AH / 1719AD. His period dawat was from 1130-115 ...

                                               

Kasim Khan Zainuddin

Syedna Kasim Khan Zainuddin was 31st Dai of Dawoodi Bohra. He succeeded the 30th Dai Ali Shamshuddin to the religious post. Zainuddin was Dai al-Mutlaq in 1085AH / 1676AD. His period of dawat was the 1042-1054 and / 1634-1646 ad.

                                               

Noor Mohammad Nooruddin

Noor Mohammad Nooruddin was 37th Dai-al-Mutlaq of the Dawoodi Bohra Community, a subsect of Shia Islam. His mausoleum is located at Mandvi, India and known as Mazar-e-Noorani. People of Dawoodi Bohra Community come here in large numbers for Ziyar ...

                                               

Progressive Dawoodi Bohra

Progressive Dawoodi Bohra known as "Bohra Youth" is a reform movement within the Dawoodi Bohra subsect of Mustaali Ismaili Shia Islam. They disagree with mainstream Dawoodi Bohra, as led by the Dai al-Mutlaq, on doctrinal, economic and social iss ...

                                               

Sheikh Adam Safiuddin

Syedna Sheikh Aadam Safiuddin, Ahmedabad, India) was the 28th Dai al-Mutlaq of the Dawoodi Bohra sect of Mustalī Islam. He succeeded, the 27th Dai Syedna Dawood Bin Qutubshah to the religious post. Syedna Sheikh Aadam Safiuddin appointed or gave ...

                                               

Yusuf Najmuddin ibn Sulaiman

Syedna Yusuf Najmuddin bin Sulaiman was the 24th Dai al-Mutlaq of the Taiyabi Ismailis. He succeeded Mohammad Ezzuddin to the religious post. Yusuf native Najmuddins the town of Sidhpur, Gujarat, India. He was one of the many brilliant students w ...

                                               

Mandarkia

The Mandarkia claim to be a clan of the Sombansi Rajputs of Awadh. They trace their descent from one Kishan Chand, a Sombansi Rajput, who is also said to have founded the town of Kishni. A descendant of Kishan Chand was Mandar Sah, from whom they ...

                                               

Kuttichira Beach

Kuttichira or Thekkepuram is a quarter located inside the city of Kozhikode in the Indian state of Kerala. Its approximate boundaries are the Arabian Sea on the West, the Kallai river on the South, Vellayila fishing village on the North, and the ...

                                               

Attar (caste)

The Attar are a Muslim community and caste found in the state of Maharashtra in India. This community has no connection with the Attarwala of Gujarat, other than both communities at one time having been involved in the manufacture of ittars.

                                               

Kandera

The community is historically associated with the occupation of cotton ginning. In the local language, Rajasthani, the word kani means cotton, and kandera means someone who works with cotton. Like many groups in Rajasthan, they claim Rajput ances ...

                                               

Meo (ethnic group)

Meo were Hindu Rajputs and Meena who converted to Islam between 12th and 17th century, who live in and around Mewat that includes Nuh district of Haryana and parts of adjacent Alwar and Bharatpur districts in Rajasthan. Meos speak Mewati. Shared ...

                                               

Rayeen

The Rayeen is a Kamboh Sunni Muslim community who were originally petty landowners or gardeners and are present mainly in Western part of the state of Uttar Pradesh in India. Many have associated with the Arain community of Punjab.

                                               

Zia people

Zia name, including a list of people and fictional characters with the name. Romanization Wu Shanghainese pronunciation of the Chinese surname Xie 謝. Zia the people of Papua New Guinea. Zia people of new Mexico. The Zia Language Of Papua New Guinea.

                                               

Civil War Monument (Cambridge, Massachusetts)

The Civil War Monument, also known as the Lincoln-Soldier Monument, is installed in Cambridge Common, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. The memorial includes a bronze statue of Abraham Lincoln.

                                               

Statue of Aristides (Boston)

A statue of Aristides is installed in Bostons Beacon Hill neighborhood, within Louisburg Square, in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. The 6-foot sculpture arrived in Boston c. 1734.

                                               

Statue of John Bridge

The John Bridge Monument, in the northeast corner of the Cambridge Common in Cambridge, Massachusetts, was given by Samuel James Bridge in honor of his ancestor John Bridge.

                                               

Statue of William Ellery Channing

A statue of William Ellery Channing is installed near the intersection of Boylston and Arlington in Boston Public Garden, in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The statue stands under a marble structure.

                                               

Minister responsible for the Status of Women (Manitoba)

Since 1982, the Executive Council of Manitoba has included a minister responsible for the Status of Women. The position is not a full cabinet portfolio, and has always been held by a minister with other cabinet responsibilities. The current Minis ...

                                               

The Abbey, Storrington

St Josephs Abbey, Storrington at Storrington in Sussex, England, was originally a rectory, later a small country house and then a convent school. It is an irregular five Bay, two-and three-storey house, built in 1871-2 in circulation by George Fa ...

                                               

Fair Oak Lodge

Fair Oak Lodge is a former country house in the village of Fair Oak, Hampshire. Much of the original estate has been built upon with modern housing, but the house itself survives and is owned by the Hampshire Christian Education Trust, who operat ...

                                               

St Josephs Convent, Taunton

St Josephs Convent is a complex of 18th- and 19th-century buildings in Taunton, Somerset, which were primarily used as a Roman Catholic convent, first by the Franciscans, and then Sisters of St. Joseph of Annecy. The buildings were sold out of th ...

                                               

Central Female College

Central Female College, was a womens college located in Lexington, Missouri. The institution was associated with the Methodist Episcopal Church, South and operated from 1869 to 1924.

                                               

New Mexico Lobos womens basketball

The University of New Mexico Lobos womens basketball team represents the University of New Mexico in the Mountain West Conference in the NCAA Division I. The team is coached by Mike Bradbury.

                                               

Cannabis in Alaska

Cannabis in Alaska is legal for recreational use since 2015. It was first legalized by the court ruling Ravin v. State in 1975, but later recriminalized by Measure 2 in 1990. Ballot measures in 2000 and 2004 attempted to legalize recreational use ...

                                               

Cannabis in Arizona

Cannabis in Arizona is illegal for recreational use. A 2016 initiative to legalize recreational use failed with 48.7% of the vote. Medical use was legalized by the 203 deals in 2010. The initiative passed in 1996, allowed doctors to prescribe mar ...

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