South Asian Peoples
Jat Sikh are an ethnoreligious subgroup of the dominant peasant Jat community of north-west India. They trace their history to the 16th century, when a large section of the Majha Jat embraced Sikhism and crystallized as an endogamous community. They are distributed in the states of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Chandigarh.
-- K. S. Singh, People of India, Volume V. India's Communities H-M. Delhi: Oxford University PRess (1998), pp. 1370-1371
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