Chaubhan, Chohan

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This article is an extract from

THE TRIBES and CASTES of BENGAL.
By H.H. RISLEY,
INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE, OFFICIER D'ACADÉMIE FRANÇAISE.

Ethnographic Glossary.

CALCUTTA:
Printed at the Bengal Secretariat Press.
1891. .

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Chaubhan, Chohan

A sept or the Suryabansi Rajputs in Behar. They cannot intermarry with the person of the Besain and Mahwars; of Kurmis in Western raur septs, who are supposed to be descended from a common ancestor.

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