Surname first submitted by: Seema (H) Kachru
Sondeep Mazzari says MAZARI surname seems to have an origin from the british east india company. There is a village called "MAZZARI" near CASA BLANCA a small town in ITALY. It is beleived that there must have been some businessman or solider from this small village in the East India Company or British Army. As all the people living village Mazzari write their surname as Mazzari. So a link can be seen that has not only spread in kashmir but in pakistan, afghanistan and even in u.s.a apart from italy itself. SO THIS SURNAME HAS ITS ORGINS FROM EUROPE AND OUR PHYSCIAL BODY FEATURES ARE ALL EUROPEAN...ARYANS FOR THAT MATTER...

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