Samma (tribe)

Not to be confused with Sama-Bajau peoples, an unrelated ethnic groups in the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia.
For other uses, see Samma.

Samma are a Rajput clan. Samma rulers of Sindh were of this tribe. All Samma tribes are given a common name Sammat. Jadeja is also a sub-caste of Samma. Samma ruled Sindh, Panjab and Baluchistan. Firishta mentioned two groups of zamindars in Sindh namely Sumra ana Samma or Satna.[1] Chudasama are an offshoot of Samma tribe.[2]


  1. Sindh: Land of Hope and Glory. Har-Anand Publications. 2002. p. 112. ISBN 9788124108468. Retrieved 3 April 2016.
  2. Rajendra Behari Lal (2003). Gujarat. Popular Prakashan. p. 1174. ISBN 9788179911068. Retrieved 3 April 2016.
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