Samma (Urdu: سما ) is a Baloch tribe settled in the provinces of Balochistan and
Sindof Pakistan.They speak Balouchi and Sindhi. A large number of the Samma tribe lives in Sindh too which are Samma sub-castes like Mundra, Roonja, Lasi, Abro etc.The current Chief Ministerof Balouchistan is Jam Mohammad Yousaf, he is Sardarand head of his Tribe
The Samma are an old tribe settled in
Sindhand Balochistan. The most famous ruler of Sammawas Jam Nizamuddin[ [http://www.hindu.com/mag/2004/04/11/stories/2004041100590800.htm The Hindu - The world's largest necropolis] ] - later the descendants of this tribe settled in Balochistan and Sindh. The Jam Family of Sangharbelong to the Dynasty of Samo Jamwho ruled Sindh in 1500AD. Jam Mashooq Ali, son of late Jam Sadiq Aliis a Sardar of the Samo tribe.The Jams of Lasbelareside in Balochistan and they speak Lasi.
The Samma dynasty ruled in Sindh and parts of Punjab and Balochistan from 1351-1551 A.D. The Samma dynasty declined and was replaced by the
Arghun Dynasty. After the demise of the JAM TAMACHI Samma dynasty the Nawabmigrated along with his brothers and tribal members leaving their once thriving land of Nagar-Sammato parts of Indiaand settled in Gujrat. A vast Village in Gujrat is now settled by the descendants of the 4 tribal leaders who were also blood brothers.
One of the brothers is recorded to have migrated back to Sindh and settled the lands on the outskirts of
Thattaknown as Sikhaat- famous for its rose farms. The village in Gujrat Known also Nagar-Samma consists of many thousand of acres of cultivatable and non cultivatable land an accurate size is not known.The Samma dynasty has left its mark in Sindh by the building magnificent structures including the necropolis of kings and royalties in Thatta and many more ruins.Jam dynasty also ruled in Balochistan and leaves marks in Balochistan too.
The Samma Sultans
Jam UnarI Firuz Shah Jam BabinhoII Sadr al-Din Jam TamachiRukn al-Din Jam Unar IISalah al-Din Jam Ali Sher Jam Karan Jam Fateh Khan Jam Taghlak Jam Sikandar Jam Nizamuddin I Jam Sanjar(Radhan) Sadr al-Din Jam Nizamuddin II(Jam Nanda) Jam Feruzbin Jam Nizam Jam Salahuddin
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