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As a surname or a middle name, it is now found throughout India and among the Indian diaspora, cutting across communities and religious groups, becoming more of a title than a surname.
Originally, the Sanskrit word for lion, variously transliterated as Simha or Singh was used as a title by Kshatriya warriors in northern parts of India.
Aaj ka yah Antarvasna sex photo maine tab liya tha jab ek din dopahar me Gupta uncle aaye the aur mummy unhe le ke apne upar ke kamre me gai thi.Among the Rajputs, the use of the word Simha came into vogue among the Paramaras of Malwa in 10th century CE, among the Guhilots and the Kachwahas of Narwar in the 12th century CE, and the Rathores of Marwar after the 17th century.In the 18th century, several groups started using the title Singh.These included the Brahmins, the Kayasthas and the Baniyas of what are now Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. Maharaja Ranjit Singh), In Jats Jatwan Singh Malik use this title in 12th Century and Harveer Singh Gulia use this title 13th Century. When used as a middle name, it is generally followed by the caste, clan or family name.In the 19th century, even the Bengal court peons of the lower castes adopted the title Singh. The Jat community prefer Singh Surname as a medal Surname. To avoid being identified by their castes or clans, some Sikhs append "Khalsa" to Singh (e.g. Some Sikhs add the names of their native villages instead (e.g. Originally, a common practice among the Rajput men was to have Singh as their last name, while Rajput women had the last name 'Kanwar'.