Thukral is a Punjabi surname native to the Punjab region in South Asia. It belongs to the sub-caste Arora belongs to Kshatriya Maratha. Variant Spelling of the name includes Thakral and Thukraal to name a few. Notable people with this surname include:
Pawar is an Indian surname found among Koli and Maratha caste in Maharashtra. In the north, it may be also found in the Rajput caste. Pawar is also a clan among the Maratha & Chhetri clan of Nepal.
Modi is a surname in India, most commonly found among people from states of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, and Uttar Pradesh.
Bhandary or Bhandary is a surname found in various Hindu and some Jain caste communities in Nepal, India, US, Russia and other countries. Bhandari means Treasurer, keeper of a storehouse. In most of India, Bhandari surname belong to the Jain natives as well as Khatri. In Punjab, Bhandari's belong to the Khatri caste. In Nepal, the surname is used by both Matwali and Tagadhari Chhetris.
Atwal is a Jat clan and a family name of Sikhs.
Malhotra is a Khatri Kshatriya surname and the sub-caste in the Punjab.
Khawaja is an honorific title used across the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia and Central Asia, particularly towards Sufi teachers.
Abidi or Abedi is the surname for a family belonging to the offspring of Muhammad's great-grandson Imam Zain-ul-Abideen or Imam Abid whose real name was Ali ibn Husayn. They are a subset of the Banu Hashem Tribe and belong to the Sayyid community. Abidis can be found all over the world especially in Iran and Indo-Pak subcontinent. Notable people with the surname include:
Katowal, Katawal, Katuwal, Katwal is a surname used in Darjeeling, Nepal and Kumaon region from Uttarakhand.
Pathak is a surname native to India. Pathak is mainly used by Hindu Brahmin communities of Northern and Western India.
Kakkar is an Indian surname. Sometimes spelled as "Kakar". The Kakkar clan belongs to the Punjabi Khatri caste. Notable people bearing the name Kakkar include:
Sahu. is a surname found in India and Pakistan.
Nikita Thukral is an Indian actress and model, who has acted in Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam and Tamil films. She won ITFA Best Supporting Actress Award in 2008.
Kahlon is a surname. Other variant spellings of this name include Cahlon, Cahalon, and Kahalon. The name has multiple origins including German, Hebrew, Jat, and Irish. Notable people with the surname include:
Vaid is a surname and a clan that belongs to the Mohyal Brahmin community. Mohyal Brahmins are Saraswat Brahmins of Punjabi descent, who originally belonged to the Ghandhara region which is now known as Pakistan and Afghanistan. The Vaid clan traces their heritage to the Vedic figure Dhanvantri. Mohyal 'Warrior' Brahmins are distinct from usual Brahmins as they kept themselves away from priestly activities, practices like untouchability and didn't believe in other similar taboos. Like many Hindu Punjabis, the Moyhal clan fought to create the Sikh ethos and have been patrons of that community. Notable Mohyal warriors include Bhai Mati Das and Bhai Sati Das were close friends and disciples of Guru Tegh Bahadur, who then died alongside him at the hands of an Islamic ruler. The Gurus were very close to the Mohyals, resulting in Bhai Chaupa Chhiber becoming the care-taker and tutor of Guru Gobind Singh.
Debnath is an Indian surname. The 'Debnath' community mainly belongs to the Yogi-Nath group which is listed as Other Backward Class in West Bengal. Notable people with the surname include:
Khandelwal is a surname used in India. It originated in Rajasthan, India from Khandela. Belong to Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi. Notable people with the surname include:
Lahiri is an Indian surname belonging to Bengali Brahmins. Notable people with this surname include:
Bharali is a surname from Assam, India. Notable people with the name include:
Jassal is a surname with people belonging to the Kshatriyas/Chhimba, Jatt Sikh Community and some from the Ramgharia Community. Notable people with the surname include:
Karre is a Dutch surname, derived from the Gaulish word carrum meaning 'cart' or 'wagon', most likely left over from Gallia Belgica. Found in France as Carron or Carrier, which both have the same meaning.