Really nice weather out there.
Found this insect on my mums salwar suit in the garden lol
Is it a dragon fly? It was quite big for a insect like the size of my index finger.
Not sure what it was though.
Just checked on quroa, they seem to be of various different backgrounds.
"Kashmiri sikhs are mainly dogra language speakers hails from mostly two ethical communities katri (including arora as well) and saraswat brahmins, (pundits, mohyals and Dora's and other punjabi brahmins), some of these sikhs speak punjabi as there mother tongue, many of these sikhs were opted for sikhism while guru hargovind ji and guru teg bhadur ji regime. They are practically arya sikhs as there is no any other caste in sikh community there"
"Kashmiri Sikhs are aborigines of Kashmir. They mostly belong to Mohyal castes of Brahmins like Chhibber, Bali, Datta,Mehta, Luv, Mohan, bhimwal. Majority of these people got converted to Sikhism right from the time of Guru Nanak and Guru Hargobind sahib.
During the time of Maharaja Ranjit singh many Jat Sikhs also settled in valley and can be seen in Kupwara,pattan and mattan areas.
we have also small section of trader Sikh population. They mostly are Khatris.
linguistically Kashmiri Sikhs are Punjabi"
The sikhs of Jammu region mostly are of Khatri/Arora/Jat community, but the question asked about Sikhs of Kashmir region
As a matter of fact, Most of the Kashmir Sikhs have surnames similar to Kashmiri Pandits, I know Sikhs having surnames like Raina,Ganjoo,Kher,Razdan etc. which are obviously Kashmiri Pandits surnames.