What is Shajra Nasab?
Shajra Nasab is a term used in Urdu and Hindi to refer to a family tree. It is a way of tracing your ancestor’s generation by generation. There are many reasons why people might want to find their Shajra Nasab, such as understanding their family history, preserving their family legacy, identifying ancestral connections, establishing rights in inheritance, or simply being curious about their roots.
How to find your Shajra Nasab
There are two main ways to find your Shajra Nasab: through the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) or your local Patwari.
How to Check my Shajra Nasab on NADRA
NADRA is a government agency that maintains a database of all Pakistani citizens. You can apply for a Family Registration Certificate (FRC) from NADRA, which will include information about your parents, siblings, grandparents, and great-grandparents.
Complete Guide: NADRA Family Tree Check: Online and SMS Method Guide
How to find my Shajra Nasab from the Patwari
If you are unable to find your Shajra Nasab through NADRA, you can try visiting the Patwari of the area where your ancestors lived. Patwaris are government officials who maintain records of land ownership. They may have information about your ancestors if they owned land in the area.
Shajra Nasab Sample
Here is an example of a Shajra Nasab, or family tree, that Patwari made on Inheritance Mutation or Warasati Inteqal.
why people might want to find their Shajra Nasab
There are many reasons why people might want to find their Shajra Nasab. Some people are simply curious about their roots, while others may be looking to preserve their family legacy or establish rights in inheritance. Still, others may be interested in learning more about their family’s cultural heritage or medical history.