Sulaymani Bohras (Sulaymanis) are a Musta‘lī Ismaili community that predominantly reside in Saudi Arabia (Najran), Yemen, Pakistan and India. They are also called Makrami. They number between several hundred thousand and one million in Saudi Arabia alone. They belong to Tayyibi Ismailis, which bifurcated into various Bohras including major group Dawoodi Bohra.
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- Alavi Bohra
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- Hebtiahs Bohra
- Patani Bohras
- Sunni Bohra
- Farhad Daftary The Ismailis Their History & Doctrines1990
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- Hazrat Mohammed Shakir Zia "Urdu translation from Arabic: Biography of Dai- Mutlaq Sayedna Sulayman B. Hasan 1357H".
- Mulla Saadullah bin Sayyadi Almansub Nasrullah Saheb,- References from scores of History books of Da'wa, including letters from Duat and Manaaseeb by and between them.
- Mulla Masood M. Ali "Sulaymani Census and Survey in India & Pakistan"
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