**Distribution**

In India they are also found in Jalandhar District, with their main villages being Sangal Sohal, Jagir,S.Manjit Singh Sohal From Village Athoula, Atta, Sohalpur and Sohal in Nakodar Tehsil, and Chak Bilga in Nawanshahr District.

In Pakistan, the Sohal Sehol are found mainly in Faisalabad District, but most originate from Amritsar and Gurdaspur District in Punjab, India. There are also a small numbers found in Gujrat District and Sialkot District.

Hameed pur Kalan is an old Sohal village in Gujranwala District, while the village of Sohal Kalan, Sohal Khurd and Sohal are found in Gujrat District.

Hardo Sohal is an old village in Sheikhupura district of West Punjab.

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