RIIIND, gTeat race of 44 clans dwelling in Gandava in Baluchistan. They are not of the Brahni stock, and their traditions allege that they immigrated ages ago from Damascus and Aleppo. Their language is the Jetki, in common with that of the other inhabitants of Cuteh Gandava, and Mard-i-Rhind means a brave man. Gandava is a great level tract, inhabited by three very distinctly marked races, the Jet or Jat ; the Rhind, includ ing the Maghazzi; and the Brahui. The Jat seem the original race, and they occupy the centre of the province. The Ithind, with their lawless sub tribes the Jakrani, Dimiki, Bugti, and Murree, are a more recent intrusive race dwelling on the skirts. The Doda, a division of the widely dis persed great Murree tribe, have, for the last three centuries, occupied the hill ranges ew3t of the plain of Cutehi. The Murree are a brave race, and have long been distinguished as daring depreda tors. Harand and Pap, in Cutch Gandava, but bordering on the Indus, aro inhabited by the Gurehani tribe of Rhind, and have the Mazari on their south. The Rhind of Cutch Gandava are of the Utanzai division. The Rhind clans reside as under :— Utanzai, at Suran. Homorari, at Tambu.
Dumki, at Lehri. Pusbkh, at Johan.
Jakrani, at Lail. Janudi, at Rojan.
Doda Murree, at Kahan. Kallui, at Lup.
Mandarari, at Rodbar. Kuchik, at Krrta.
Bugti, hills E. of Lohmt. Pugh, at Kajuri.
Sing Soloh, at Teriki.
Thu Duinki, Jakrani, Bugti, and DOda Murree were always distinguished by their rebellious and predatory habits ; they indulged these in attacks on the British armies west of the Indus. The Murree
tribe is considerable, and inhabit the eastern hills of Cutch Gandava, and a peaceful and obedient portion of the tribe are in the hills west of the province below Jell. A large portion are at Adam Murree, on the S.E. frontier of Sind. The Murree of Cutch Gandava were notorious for their lawless habits, and for making frequent inroads on the plains. They and the Magliazzi seem to have emigrated from Makran to Cutch pandava at different periods, and to have become incorporated with the Jat cultivators. The minor Rhind tribes residing in the north-eastern hills of Saharawan are the— Kallui, at Lup. Mandarari, Rodbar.
Kuchik, at Kirta. Pugh, at Kajuri.
Pushkh, at Johan.
The Gurchani inhabit Harand, and south of these are the predatory but nearly independent Mazari tribe. The Maghazzi are subdivided into four principal families or clans, of which the Butani of Jell are the most important, and give the chief or sirdar to the whole. They boast of being able to muster 2000 fighting men, and between them and the Rhind a blood-feud long existed. The Maghazzi and Rhind are alike addicted to the use of ardent spirit,s, opium, and bhang. The Bugti are on the west bank of the Indus near Shikarpur in the east of Lehrat.