The Sarrara are a tribe found in the Hazara Division of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.

History and origin

Sarrara are a small tribe or clan that connect themselves with the Dhund Abbasi tribe. The tribe is classed as Sahu and inter marry on equal terms with Dhund Abbasis.[1]

This tribe is met with only in Boi tract between the Thandiani range and Kunhar river in the Abbottabad District. They found mainly in Pattan Kalan and some areas of Kukmang Union Council.


  1. ^ Punjabi Musalmans by J M Wikely

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