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Mahto

Mahato is a Hindu caste surname used mainly by the kushwaha of the Bihar and kudumi communities of Chota Nagpur Plateau which is a bit lower class than koery Mahto.

"Koery Mahto" belongs to Hindu religion, decedents of Lord Rama son's Kush. Koery Mahto belongs to Mahto/kushwaha/Maurya/saini/Reddy/Verma/Singh. "Mahto" or "Mahato" traditionally involve in occupation related to agricultural farm and land owners.Historically, they have been the land-owning aristocracy of the villages.Traditionally, they were a diverse community of merchants and cultivators widely found the existence in north India.They reside mostly in U.P., Bihar, jharkhand, West Bangal. They have improved a lot and doing excel in all fields widely. This community strongly participate in various political party in India,named and famed with their political ability.

Notable Nepalese and Indian people who are famous being Mahto community.

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