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Bhatti

This article is about the tribe. For the medieval author, see Bhaṭṭikāvya. For the oven called a "bhatti", see Tandoor.

Bhati are a clan of Rajputs and Jatts found in South Asia.[1]

Colonial depictions

H.A. Rose, a member of the British Indian Civil Service and amateur ethnologist, described the Bhati in his A Glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North-West Frontier Province:
BHÁTI, a tribe of Hindu Rájputs, chiefly interesting as being the ancestors of the BHAŢŢÍ Rájputs and the SIDHÚU Barár Játs...[2]

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