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Silawat - Meaning, People, Religion, Origin, Caste, Tribes & History

Ideal Allah
Meaning Its comes from Sanskrit Slipwat, a follower of the Hindu God Shilp-shastra
Religions Islam
Languages Urdu, Hindi, Marwari
Country Pakistan, India
Populated States Sindh (Pakistan), Rajasthan (India)
Region Western India
Related Ethnic Groups Salaat, Sayyids of Rajasthan, Khumra
Population 0.17 Million
Islam Denomination Sunni
Surnames Silawat
Alternative Names Sangtarash and Gazdar
Festivals Muslim Festivals

Who are Silawat

The Silawat are a muslim community. they are also known as sangtarash and gazdar. the silawat were a community historically associated with the occupation of stonemasons and builders.
The Silawat have two major divisions
1. Mertia
2. Nagauri
There are also groups such as the Khalji and Behlim.

Silawat Clan (Gotra)

Mertia Godwad SilawatNagauri Silawat
AgwanGesawat
BehlimKhatri
TajikBhatta
KhaljiChauhan
SayyidTonwar
ChauhanKhichi
SisodiaBehlim
SolankiBhati
BargujarTanwar
KotwalGahlot
BalkhiRathod
HansoriaSheikh

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Community - within which all aspects of social life can be included. in which we have some degree of emotions and live in a certain area.
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AcharyaChaturvedi
DwivediIyer
TrivediRajpurohit
NairReddy
BafnaBania
OswalMaheshwari
GodhaMeghwal

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