Rind (tribe)

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Rind (Balochi: رِند) is a Baloch tribe. According to Baloch folklore the tribe was founded by Rind Khan, one of Mir Jalal Khan's four sons.[1]

History[edit]

According to Ali Sher Kanei of Tatta in his history, written in 1774 A.D. traces the origin of the Rind tribe from Jalāl Hān, a descendant of Muhammad bin Hārūn, surnamed Makurāni, the Governor of Makurān and of the Indian frontiers under Al-Hajjaj ibn Yusuf ( 705 A.D.) on the accession of Caliph Al-Walid I. The same author states that Muhammad son of Hărūn was a grandson of Muhammad bin Aban bin Abd - ur - Rahim bin Hamzah ibn Abdul-Muttalib , the paternal uncle of the Prophet of Islam.[2]

Lance Naik Wazeer Khan (a Balochi from Rind tribe), 27th Bombay Native Infantry, c. 1865.

At the turn of the 15th century the Rind led by Mir Chakar Rind are believed to have engaged in a 30-year war against the Lashari, in which both tribes suffered greatly. These events are the subject of many Balochi heroic ballads.[3]

Notable people[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Spooner, Brian. "BALUCHISTAN i. Geography, History and Ethnography". Encyclopedia Iranica. Retrieved 4 September 2015.
  2. ^ Castro (Madrid), Instituto Salazar y. Comunicaciones al Décimoquinto XV Congreso Internacional de las Ciencias Genealogica y Heraldica (in Spanish). Ediciones Hidalguia. ISBN 978-84-00-05342-0.
  3. ^ Elfenbein, J. "BALUCHISTAN iii. Baluchi Language and Literature". Encyclopedia Iranica. Retrieved 4 September 2015.
  4. ^ Salim, Saquib (6 August 2021). "Kadu Makrani who cut off the noses of the British". Awaz. Retrieved 27 December 2021.