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Vohra (Punjabi: ਵੋਹਰਾ, Hindi: वोहरा) is a surname. It is thought to originate from the Sanskrit word vhuya, which means battle array. Vohras are members of the Khatri clan , they were true warriors and are originally from the Punjab region of India. Vohras have now migrated to other parts of India like Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, and Gujarat. They practice Hinduism or Sikhism.
Vohra is also Sunni Muslim surname. Bohra, Vahora, Vora, Vhaora are more common versions of this surname. Sunni Vohras are originally from the state of Gujarat in India and the province of Sindh in Pakistan.