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This article is about the Persian-Indian title. For the magazine, see Sowar (magazine). Sowar (सवार),(ਸਵਾਰ)(also Suwar in Hindustani and Persian) meaning 'The one who rides' in Persian, was originally a rank during the Mughal period. Later during the British Raj it was the name in Anglo-Indian usage for a horse-soldier belonging to the cavalry troops of the native armies of British India and the feudal states. It is also used more specifically of a mounted orderly, escort or guard. It was also the rank held by ordinary cavalry troopers, equivalent to Sepoy in the infantry - this rank has been inherited by the modern armies of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Sowar's attack. Trivia The Sowar name has been used as the moniker for a line of wrist-watches by the Swiss West End Watch Co. References  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed (1911). Encyclopædia Britannica (Eleventh ed.). Cambridge University Press.  v • d • e Military of India Military of India Portal · Category (Army · Navy · Air Force · Coast Guard) Branches Indian Army Indian Navy Indian Air Force Indian Coast Guard History · Academies · Ranks and insignia:(Army · Air Force · Navy) · Special Forces · Indian Peace Keeping Force · Paramilitary forces · Strategic Forces Command · Strategic Nuclear Command · Ballistic missiles · Weapons of mass destruction · Defence Research and Development Organisation Wars and conflicts Indo-Pakistani wars of 1947 / 1965 / 1971 · Operation Polo · Operation Vijay · Sino-Indian War · Chola incident · Siachen conflict · Blue Star · Woodrose · 1987 Sino-Indian skirmish · Indian intervention in the Sri Lankan Civil War · Operation Cactus · Kargil War · Kashmir insurgency · 2001 Indian–Bangladeshi border conflict · Operation Parakram