Friday, 9 September 2016

Arain Sub-Casts.

01. Alrai
02. Baga,
03. Baguka,
04. Bahalwan,
05. Basroo,
06. Bhaila,
07. Bhalay,
08. Bhoongay,
09. Bhutta,
10. Bhutto,
11. Chandoor
12. Chandu,
13. Chhachhar,
14. Chtalay
15. Chukeral
16. Daulay,
17. Dhadhay,
18. Dhako,
19. Dhengay,
20. Dholanwal,
21. Gahgeer,
22. Gatku,
23. Gaellin,
24. Gejial,
25. Ghalar,
26. Ghurki,
27. Goheer,
28. Hansi,
29. Hijazi,
30. Jandialia,
31. Jatala,
32. Kardar,
33. Katarbund,
34. Kavali,
35. Kukru,
36. Labanay,
37. Malgoria,
38. Malik,
39. Manda
40. Mehar,
41. Mian,
42. Mudh,
43. Mulanay,
44. Munda,
45. Mundh,
46. Nihal
47. Pawadhray,
48. Qutub Shahi,
49. Rahi,
50. Ramay,
51. Ramday,
52. Rattay,
53. Saggi,
54. Saleemi,
55. Samana
56. Sapal,
57. Sardar,
58. Sarsa 
59. Shah,
60. Shami,
61. Sheikh,
62. Teer Andaz,
63. Uggee Walay
63. Vehra,
65. Wahnd,
66. Wajooha,

Note:- Chaudhry, Malik, Mehar, Mian, Sardar are titles used by Arain tribe.

Bahalwan (driver of a chariot).

Bahman (brave, uncontrollable or insurmountable).

Basroo (observation post).

Bhaila (alms-keeper who walks with the commander when he is giving away alms after a victory).

Bhutto (dwellers of high places).

Daulay (those who got land in return for military services).

Gahgeer, Ghalar and Goheer (ferocious horse of armoured corps).

Gatku (fencer).

Jatalay (victors).

Katarband (users of katar, a weapon used by ancient armies).

Kavali (soldier patrolling while others rest).

Khatora (spy).

Labanay (an army column equipped with batons).

Mudh (logisticians supplying logistics and reinforcement to the army).

Qutub Shahi: (soldiers or their offspring who accompanied Qutubuddin Aibak).

Ramay (archers).

Ramday (red -eyed soldiers).

Rattay (bloody, red, ferocious fighters).

Sappal (marksmen).

Teerandaz (archers).