South Asian Peoples
The Jat are a dominant peasant community of north-west India and Pakistan. Originally most of the Jats were Hindu, though some converted to Islam and Sikhism. Today, the Jat of Pakistan are mainly Muslim. The Jat of India are mostly divided among two large castes: one Sikh, concentrated in Punjab, the other Hindu.
Peoples within this cluster:
Gujjar, Haryanvi; Jakata, Jati; Jat, Hindu; Jat, Langah; Jat, Muslim; Jat, Sikh
Countries where they are found:
Afghanistan; Canada; India; Pakistan
Unreached people groups:
Number of countries: