Arain

Pakistani tribe

The Arain are a large tribe of India and Pakistan. They are Muslims. Originally, they were the semitics tribes which had agricultural roots but in later times some of them shifted to towns and cities and became famous in many areas. A famous Arain family in the Indian subcontinent is the Mian Family of Baghbanpura, in Lahore[1][2]. Some people say that the Arain people might have come to India in 713 AD with Muhammad bin Qasim al-Thaqafi from Arabia[source?]. Other people say that they are Aryans and that their name is also from this.[3] The older's say that arain earlier comes from IRAN

ReferencesEdit

  1. Asad, Mohammad Rehan; Jilani, Shams (2017-04-21). The Arain Diaspora in the Rohilkhand region of India: A historical perspective: General History of Arain tribe of Punjab & Sindh with sociocultural background of the diaspora in Rohilkhand, India. Rehan Asad.
  2. Gustafson, W. Eric (1976). Pakistan and Bangladesh: Bibliographic Essays in Social Science. University of Islamabad Press. p. 26.
  3. HA Rose, 'Tribes and castes of the Punjab' 1908 reprint