Mir Clan

''''Mir (Urdu: مير‎) Hindi: मिर) is a tribe which has descended from Jammu and Kashmir. Mir is now a predominant tribe of North And central Punjab regions especially Lahore, Gujranwala and Gujrat regions of Punjab province of Pakistan where large majority lives and are known as Kashmiri Punjabis.

See also: Kashmiri Muslims and Mirza
Ethnic groups, social groups and tribes of the Punjab
Agrawal
  • Airan
  • Bansal
  • Dharan
  • Garg
  • Goenka
  • Goyal
  • Gupta
  • Jindal
  • Kansal
  • Mudgal
  • Mangal
  • Mittal
  • Nangal
  • Singhal
  • Singla
Arains
  • Choudhry
  • Ghurki
  • Mian
  • Mehar
  • Ramay
  • Bhutta
  • Dhankhar
Aroras
  • List of Arora subgroups
Brahmins
  • Punjabi Brahmins
  • Saraswat Brahmins
  • Bali
  • Chhibber
  • Das
  • Datt
  • Lau
  • Mohan
  • Mohyal
  • Pathak
  • Sharma
Scheduled Castes
  • Punjabi Dalits
  • Chamar
  • Chura
  • Mazhabi
  • Nanda
  • Mirasi
  • Baazigar
Ahirs
  • Aheers
  • Yaduvanshi Ahirs
  • Ahirs
  • Harals
  • Ghosi
  • Bhurtiya
  • Aharwar
  • Nirban
  • Ranghar
  • Dagar
  • Dahiya
Gurjars
  • Gurjar Parihar
  • Kasana
  • Chechi
  • Bagri
  • Harsana
  • Hun
  • Chavda
  • Tomar
  • Bhati
  • Nanda
  • Chauhan
  • Parmar
  • Solanki
  • Mavi
  • Nekadi
  • Nagari
  • Baisla
  • More
Jats
  • Bains
  • Bajwa
  • Basra
  • Batth
  • Beniwal
  • Birring
  • Bhatti
  • Dhankhar
  • Tiwana
  • Bhullar
  • Chahal
  • Chatha
  • Cheema
  • Dhaka
  • Dhillon
  • Dhaliwal
  • Dhindsa
  • Dhothar
  • Ghuman
  • Gill
  • Gondal
  • Goraya
  • Grewal
  • Heer
  • Jassal
  • Khokhar
  • Maan
  • Patlan
  • Ponwar
  • Randhawa
  • Sandhu
  • Saharan
  • Sidhu
  • Sodhi
  • Sohal
  • Virdi
  • Virk
  • Sanghera
  • Tiwana
  • Wahla
  • Sahi
  • Nanda
  • Balhara.
Labana
  • Datla
  • Ghotra
  • Labana
  • Lohana
  • Narowal
  • Nanda
Julaha
  • Bhagat
  • Kabirpanthi
  • Megh
  • Nanda
Khatris
  • Babbar
  • Bedi
  • Bhasin
  • Bindra
  • Chopra
  • Dhawan
  • Duggal
  • Ghai
  • Jassal
  • Khukhrain
  • Kapoor
  • Khanna
  • Kohli
  • Malhotra
  • Malik
  • Nanda
  • Nayar
  • Oberoi
  • Puri
  • Roshan
  • Sabharwal
  • Sahni
  • Sehgal
  • Sekhri
  • Sethi
  • Sodhi
  • Suri
  • Talwar
  • Tandon
  • Thapar
  • Tuli
  • Vohra
Rajputs
  • Babbar
  • Baghela
  • Bais
  • Bhakral
  • Bhatti
  • Candel
  • Chattar
  • Chib
  • Chauhan
  • Doad
  • Dhulia
  • Deora
  • Gohil
  • Jamwal
  • Janjua
  • Jappa
  • Mair
  • Manhas
  • Manj
  • Mekan
  • Naroo
  • Naruka
  • Nauls
  • Noon
  • Panwar
  • Prasad
  • Pundir
  • Puni
  • Ranawat
  • Rawat
  • Ranial
  • Rathore
  • Saharan
  • Saini
  • Sulehria
  • Sial
  • Shaktawat
  • Solangi
  • Sohlan
  • Sisodia
  • Tuar
  • Thakial
  • Varya
  • Verma
Saini
  • Salaria
  • Banait
  • Chandan
  • Chandel
  • Chera
  • Chere
  • Dheri
  • Gahunia
  • Taunque
Tarkhan
  • Bhambra
  • Bhullar
  • Bhogal
  • Dhiman
  • Dhanjal
  • Devgan
  • Daffu
  • Ghatorae
  • Hunjan
  • Jandu
  • Jhangra
  • Jagdeo
  • Kalsi
  • Lotey
  • Matharu
  • Manku
  • Nanrey
  • Panesar
  • Phull
  • Rooprai
  • Ragho
  • Rayat
  • Rehal
  • Rupal
  • Ramgharia
  • Sohal
  • Ubhi
  • Virdi
Shaikhs
  • Abbasi
  • Farooqi
  • Osmani
  • Piracha
  • Quraishi
  • Rawal
Sial
  • Bharwana
  • Bhawana
Sayyid
  • Gardezi
  • Hashemi
Kumhar
  • Gohil
  • Jambe
  • Khiva
  • Khokhar
  • Sohal
Kashmiri Krams
  • Bhat/Butt
  • Dhar/Dar
  • Haksar
  • Kak
  • Kaul/Koul
  • Kichlu
  • Lone
  • Malik
  • Mattoo
  • Mir
  • Pandit
  • Sapru
  • Shaikh/Sheikh


the Mir cast people are generally the tribe that are the owners of the Kashmir as Kash and Mir..... '

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