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Muslim Kamboh (Uttar Pradesh)

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Muslim Kamboh (Uttar Pradesh)

Muslim Kamboh
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The Muslim Kamboh of Uttar Pradesh, India, are a Muslim community that is part of the wider Kamboh ethnic group of South Asia. They are also known as Zubairi. The Muslim Kamboh are found mainly in the Rohilkhand and Doab region. They are entirely Sunni and speak Urdu. As much as half the community has emigrated to Pakistan, and are now found mainly in Karachi.[1]

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  1. ^ People of India: Uttar Pradesh Volume XLII Part Two editors Amir Hasan, B R Rizvi and J C Das Anthropological Survey of India
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