(from the article `Ningsia`) ...continued well into the 20th century. After 1911 the region came under the control of Muslim warlords, and Ningsia, as part of the `Muslim` belt, ... ...when Sinkiang, Tsinghai, and Ningsia became independent provinces in 1928. During the 1920s and `30s the province w...
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Maan or Mann ਮਾਨ or Maanshahia are a clan and tribe of the Jat people found in Punjab (Pakistan), Punjab (India), Haryana and Rajasthan. == Distribution == Maans and Manns have few villages in Amritsar and Lahore, but are mostly found in the Malwa belt of Punjab. Maana Wala along with neighbo...
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The Maeda clan ruled the Kaga Domain from their headquarters in Kanazawa from 1583 until the Meiji Restoration in 1868. Kanazawa Castle and Kenroku-en are cultural relics of the Maeda clan. Perhaps the most famous member of this clan was Maeda Toshiie (1538–1599), son of Toshimasa. Toshiie was on...
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The Mahra are a Jat clan, found in the Punjab province of Pakistan. ==History and origin== According to their traditions, they were originally Mughal, and settled near Delhi. About 10 or 12 generations ago, the whole tribe was exterminated with the exception of a boy who was found lying among the s...
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Makhdoom is a clan found mainly in Punjab, Pakistan. The most common profession of the Makhdoom clan is agriculture. This clan derives its name from the 13th century da`ee Makhdoom Burhanuddin and its members use it as their surname. == Family Tree == HAZRAT ALI (R.A)>>ABBAS> >UBAIDULLAH ALVI>>HASS...
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The Makino-shi are a daimyō branch of the samurai Minamoto clan in Edo period Japan. In the Edo period, the Makino were identified as one of the fudai or insider daimyō clans which were hereditary vassals or allies of the Tokugawa clan, in contrast with the tozama or outsider clans. ==Makino clan...
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[Bihar] The Malik (or Malick, Mallick, ملک) are a Muslim community found in the state of Bihar in India. In addition, they are also found in the city of Kolkata in West Bengal; Bangladesh and a few of them are settled in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, and some other parts of the w...
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[Kashmir] The Malik (मालिक (Devanagari), ملِک (Nastaleeq)) is a caste of Rajput status, found in principally in the Darhal Valley of Jammu & Kashmir, India and over the Pir Panjal mountains in Poonch (both Indian & Pakistani administered), Jammu and few are also found in the Ko...
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[Gujarat] The Malik (ملك,મલિક) are a Muslim teli malik community found in the state of Gujarat in India Many members of Malik clan have migrated to Pakistan after independence have settled in Karachi, Sindh. ==History and origin== The community claims descent from teli malik Kali ...
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[Punjab] Malik is a surname used by the Punjabi Khukhrain(Khatri) and Arora communities living in Punjab or Delhi in India. They generally belong to the Kshatriya clan. The other type of Malik or Malak or Gathwala is gotra of Jats (Though those are usually from Haryana). Malik surnames are a...
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Malik Jat clan
Malik (ملک) is a clan of Hindu Jat, Muslim Jat and a few Sikh Jat, found primarily in Haryana, India, but also found in other Indian states and in well Pakistan. ...
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The Mallardo clan is a Camorra clan operating from the town of Giugliano in Campania, north of the city of Naples. ==History== The clan was headed by Domenico Mallardo who was killed by the Maisto clan on June 24, 1976. His son Francesco Mallardo and his younger brother Giuseppe Mallardo succeeded ...
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Manda (मंडा) gotra Jats are found in Pakistan, Sialkot, Jaipur, Pali, Nagaur, Kota, Bhilwara districts in Rajasthan. ==Eleventh century== Writing in the eleventh century, the geographer Al Idrisi noted that “The Mands dwell on the banks of the Mihran, from the boundary of Multan to the se...
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Manes (sometimes pronounced Manais) is a Jat community of the Punjab region of northern India and Pakistan. == Origin == The Manes is mainly a Jat Muslim tribe. However,some are Sikhs or Hindus. They regard themselves as Rajputs, claiming descent from Manes, a descendant of Raja Salavahan of Sialko...
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Mangat, also written as Mawngat or Mongat, is a famous Jat clan, based in Punjab, northwest India, although some members also live in Punjab, Pakistan. ==History and origin== Sikh "Mangat`s" were instrumental in the creation and preservation of the Sikh religion and the Khalsa Panth. Mangats have b...
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The Manhattan Clan are the fictional protagonists of the animated Disney series Gargoyles. They are six gargoyles (mythical winged humanoid creatures that turn to stone by day), the last survivors of a Scottish Gargoyle clan who are frozen in stone in the year 994 AD only to be reawakened in 1994 i...
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The Marrar are a Jat gotra, or clan found in the Punjab province of Pakistan, and the state of Punjab in India. ==History and origin== The Marrar claim descent from Shinh Chand, a Rajput prince. Historically the tribe was involved in jathera (ancestor) worship, with Shinh Chand`s place of burial in...
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Masuda clan was one of Kunishū (国衆) in Iwami Province (present-day Shimane prefecture), Japan, from the 13th century until 1600. In the Middle Ages, Kunishū was the title given to a local lord or a leader of warriors (samurai). == History == Fujiwara Kunikane started his new post as Iwami pro...
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The Matsuda-shi is a Japanese family tracing its origins to Bizen Province, and heirs of Fujiwara no Hidesato. Notable members of the clan include: Matsuda Mototaka. ...
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The Matsudaira-shi was a Japanese samurai clan that claimed descent from the Minamoto clan. It first originated in and took its name from Matsudaira village, in Mikawa Province (modern-day Aichi Prefecture). Over the course of its history, the clan produced many branches, most of which also centere...
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The Matsumae-shi was a Japanese clan which was granted the area around Matsumae, Hokkaidō as a march fief in 1590 by Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and charged with defending it, and by extension all of Japan, from the Ainu `barbarians` to the north. The clan was originally known as the Kakizaki clan who set...
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