What’s in a lineage? It is said that we all descend from Adam and Eve. So somewhere up on the genealogical tree, our ancestry begins to converge. But sometimes it is nice to know which branch of the humanity we originated from. Ours is the Narma tree. Narmas originated in Haryaana in India during the Ghaznavid era. The forefather was Rai Karan. One of his eighth descendant was Naru Khan, who converted to Islam. Narmas are named after him. One of his seventh descendants was Pahaar (literally mountain) Khan. He emigrated to Punjab. More specifically he founded two new villages in Gujrat, namely Puran and Fatehpur. His descendants started dwelling there and eventually spread out to Northern, Western and Eastern regions. You can have a complete look at the genealogy tree as follows.

More information on the Narma tribe can be found here:

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