- Malhotra، Anshu (2002). Gender, Caste, and Religious Identities: Restructuring Class in Colonial Punjab. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780195656480. مؤرشف من الأصل في 16 ديسمبر 2019. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 08 أكتوبر 2014.
The Aroras were also said to be the Khatris of Arorkot, or Aror, the ancient capital of Sindh.
- Singh، Kumar Suresh؛ Ghosh، Tapash Kumar؛ Nath، Surendra (1996). People of India: Delhi. Anthropological Survey of India. ISBN 9788173040962. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 08 أكتوبر 2014.
The Arora or Rora is a community of traders of the south-western part of the Punjab. Their origin according to the Bhavishya Purana, can be traced back to the time of Parshuram, who in anger started killing the Kshatriyas. In this process, Parshuram met a Kshatriya who refused to oppose the Brahmans, and winning Parshuram's respect, was asked to go to Sindh to setde there. Later, the place came to be known as Arutkot or Arorkot. His progeny are called Aroras.
- Handbook of the Punjab, Western Rajputana, Kashmir, and Upper Sindh. جون موراي . 1883. صفحة 293. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 08 أكتوبر 2014.
Aror.--While at Rorhi, a visit may be paid to the very ancient town of Aor, which is only 5 m. distant to the E. This was the capital of the Hindu Rajas of Sindh and was taken from them by the Muslims, under Muhammad Kasim, about 711 A.D. At that time the Indus washed the city of Aror, but it was diverted from it by an earthquake about 962 A.D., at which the river entered its present channel.
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