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Introduction / History The Kamhar of Pakistan are also called Kumhar. Large numbers of Kumhar came to live in Pakistan from India. There are two groups of them, Muhajer and the locals.
Most Kumhar in Pakistan follow Islam. Those that are Muhajer came to Pakistan after India and Pakistan became separate countries. They speak Hindi, though some speak Punjabi as many have come from the Punjab in India.
Muhajer Kumhars are called Rehmani and the locals also call themselves by that name. The locals are the majority in Balochistan.
The Kumhars are landowners. They do pottery work as they have done before but some are now farmers. Prayer Points Pray that God will give the Kumhar dreams and visions leading them to salvation.
Pray that gospel materials and the internet will lead them to Jesus Christ too. References http://r4rehmani.blogspot.com/2011/12/brief-history-of-kamhar.html View Kumhar (Muslim traditions) in all countries.
PrayerGuard.net Global Prayer Digest: 2011-11-30 Global Prayer Digest: 2014-10-26
Global Prayer Digest: 2019-08-07
Asia, South : Persecution Rank 7 ( Only top 50 ranked, 1 = highest persecution ranking)
10/40 Window: Yes
Population in Country: 3,965,000
Country Map: Political map Ethnolinguistic Map: University of Texas or other map
People Name in Country: Kumhar (Muslim traditions)
People Name General:
Kumhar (Muslim traditions) Alternate People Names:
Ahitant Aiton Ghumiar Ghurmar Kir Kumar Kumbhar Kumbrani Kumhar Langotra Lehri Narhia Prajapat Prajapati Sohal Takopatil
ROP3 Code: 113028
Joshua Project People ID: 17597
Population in Country:
Population all Countries:
South Asian Peoples
South Asia Muslim - other
People Name General:
Kumhar (Muslim traditions)
Ethnic Code: CNN25
Affinity Bloc -> People Cluster -> Peoples Ethnicity Tree
Punjabi, Western (1,816,000 Speakers)
Language Code (ISO): pnb
Ethnologue Listing Secondary Languages:
Saraiki (1,299,000) Urdu (279,000) Sindhi (192,000) Marwari (94,000) Hindko, Northern (77,000) Pahari-Potwari (73,000) Hindko, Southern (67,000) Pashto, Northern (14,000) Bagri (11,000) Pashto, Central (9,500) Note: Only 10 largest secondary languages listed
Islam Major Religions: Christianity Segments:
Anglican 0.00 % Independent 0.00 % Protestant 0.00 % Orthodox 0.00 % Other Christian 0.00 % Roman Catholic 0.00 %
(Evangelicals distributed across Christianity segments)
Progress Scale: 
Few evangelicals and few who claim to be Christians. Little, if any, history of Christianity.
Bible Translation Status
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