(Μαλλοί; Malloí). Indian people at the confluence of the Punjab rivers Hydaspes, Acesines  and Hydraotes, with several fortified cities. In league with the Oxydracae, they violently resisted Alexander the Great. They are probably the ancient Indian Mālava who later emigrated to the east and are attested numismatically and epigraphically in Rājasthān (2nd cent. BC) and in Madhya Pradesh. Their name there is still preserved as Mālwā.
K. K. Das Gupta, The Mālava, 1966.