The Samma dynasty (Sindhi: سمن جو راڄ,Hindi: राजवंशम्) was a Rajput power on the Indian Subcontinent, that ruled in Sindh, Kutch, Saurashtra (region) and parts of Punjab and Balochistan from c. 1351 to c. 1524 AD, with their capital at Thatta in modern Pakistan; before being replaced by the Arghun dynasty.
|Common languages||Sindhi • Kutchi • Gujarati in Halar • Arabic (liturgical language)|
|Religion||Islam • Hinduism|
• Samma dynasty begins
• Samma dynasty ends
|1500||500,000 km2 (190,000 sq mi)|
|Today part of||Pakistan|
- P. M. Holt; Ann K. S. Lambton; Bernard Lewis (21 April 1977). The Cambridge History of Islam: Volume 2A, The Indian Sub-Continent, South-East Asia, Africa and the Muslim West. Cambridge University Press. p. 26. ISBN 978-0-521-29137-8.
- U. M. Chokshi; M. R. Trivedi (1989). Gujarat State Gazetteer. Director, Government Print., Stationery and Publications, Gujarat State. p. 274.
It was the conquest of Kutch by the Sindhi tribe of Sama Rajputs that marked the emergence of Kutch as a separate kingdom in the 14th century.
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- Pakistan, Census Organization; Latif, Abdul (1976). Population Census of Pakistan, 1972: Larkana. Manager of Publications.