A Mazhabi Sikh (also spelt as Mazbhi, Mazbi, Majhabhi or Majabhi)are the members of the Rangretta clans. The Rengretta which was named by Guru Gobind Singh (The Tenth Guru Of Sikhs). The Mazhabis are the sign of bravery who have embraced the Sikh faith They mainly found in the Punjab & In The Regions of Kashmir , Rajastan. The word ""Mazhabi"" is derived from the Urdu term ""Mazhab"" (""sect""), and can be translated as ""the religious"" or ""the faithful""Mazhabis are best known for their history of bravery, strength and self-sacrifice in the Sikh, Khalsa, British Indian army and Indian army. The Mazhabis were designated as a martial race by British officials. ""Martial Race"" was a designation created by officials of British India to describe ""races"" (peoples) that were thought to be naturally warlike and aggressive in battle, and to possess qualities of courage, loyalty, self sufficiency, physical strength, resilience, orderliness, the ability to work hard for long periods of time, fighting tenacity and military strategy. The British recruited heavily from these Martial Races for service in the British Indian Army. After the mutiny, it was only the Mazhabi Sikhs who got recognition as a martial race after they took part in Younghusband's mission to Lhasa in 1903.