Parmar[1][2][3][4] also spelled as Panwar[5][6] is a (clan) of the Kshatriya Jat community of India. They have a large population in many villages based in the north Indian states of Punjab, Rajasthan and Haryana, India.

But mostly, their population is found in Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Punjab. Munirka village is located near to Jawaharlal Nehru University and Indian Institute of Technology Delhi is a dominant village of Parmar/Panwar Jats.[6][7] Talwinder Singh Parmar, a Jat Sikh separatist for the Khalistan state and founder of Babbar Khalsa International, also belonged to the Parmar clan of the Jat Sikh community.


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  2. Dahiya, Bhim Singh (1980). Jats, the Ancient Rulers: A Clan Study. Sterling. p. 72.
  3. Bombay, University of (1952). Journal of the University of Bombay. The University. p. 61.
  4. Baig, Murad Ali (2011-01-01). 80 Questions to Understand India. Jaico Publishing House. ISBN 978-81-8495-285-8.
  5. Sahni Mahima, S. K. (2023-11-08). The Hauz Khas & Its Neighbourhood South Delhi. Notion Press. ISBN 979-8-89133-709-1.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Mitra, Iman Kumar; Samaddar, Ranabir; Sen, Samita (2016-07-29). Accumulation in Post-Colonial Capitalism. Springer. p. 95. ISBN 978-981-10-1037-8.
  7. "Parmar Surname Origin, Meaning & Last Name History". Retrieved 2023-11-12.
  1. Jat Parmar" clan of Gujjar and Jats"
  2. Parmar clan of Jats
  3. Parmar/Panwar clan of Jats Historic tale by honorable great Punjabi historian "Baba Bajwa"
  4. Parmar subcaste/ clan of Jats