Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Lassi, the dominant people of the province of Las, Baluchistan, to which they give their name, claim descent from a legendary Samar, founder of Samarkand, whose son Nerpat Was the father of the Numri, of whom the Lassi are a branch. All, however, speak a language closely related to the Neo-Sanskritic dialect of Sindh (Lower Indus), and the features are distinctly of Rajput (Aryan) type. Four main divisions: Jokhyas, Jadgals, Jets, and Numri (Lumri) proper.