From Khoja Wiki

Indian Hindus from Multan and Sind, who in the 13th century, converted to a syncretic faith called Sat Panth (True Path) were known as "Khojas". Later, in the 19th century, many Khojas moved to Kutch and Kathiawar in present day Gujarat as well as other parts of India and the British Empire.

In India today, there are approximately 200,000 Khojas.