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Nawabi
Nawabi is an Afghan sub clan mega Barakzai
Barakzai
tribe.[1] Its population is not known; however, the majority of this clan played an important role during the Barakzai
Barakzai
dynasty - such as Ismail Khan Nawabi. The name Nawabi is borrowed from the Arabic, being the honorific plural of Naib
Naib
or "deputy". The name Nawab
Nawab
is mostly used among South Asians. In Bengal it is pronounced Nowab. The English adjective nawabi (from the Urdu word nawwābī) describes anything associated with a nawab.[2] References[edit]^ http://4dw.net/royalark/Afghanistan/barak8.htm ^ Oxford English Dictionary, s.v
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Kundi (Pashtun Tribe)
The Kundi (Urdu: کُنڈی ) is a subtribe of Niazi Pashtun tribe [m], which inhabit a triangular area around France are pakhtoons along Tank-Pezu road extending up to Mulazai to the adjoining Bhittani area. The Mulazai is approachable through a road, which begins at old Gul Imam railway station. The area around this road is mainly inhabited by kundis with perhaps some pocket of Marwats. There is another circular road recently constructed which begins at Daraki (Maikhani) police station on Tank- Pezu road bypassing the Daraki village, Pai village and joins the Gul Imam-Mulazai road at Ama Khel. Thus if a map can be withdrawn the Kundi triangle is mainly between Tank-Pezu and Gul Imam-Mulazai road on one side joining the Bhittani area at Shahalam and Mulazai while on the other side Jatater and Gandapur area around Gul Imam. The kundi area act as a buffer zone between Tank and Marwats connected through Pezu and Bayan pass
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South Asians
The ethno-linguistic composition of the population of South Asia, that is the nations of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives and Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
is highly diverse.[1] The majority of the population fall within two large linguistic groups, Indo-Aryan and Dravidian.[citation needed] Indian society is traditionally divided into castes or clans, not ethnicities, and these categories have had no official status since independence in 1947, except for the scheduled castes and tribes which remain registered for the purpose of affirmative action. In today's India, the population is categorized in terms of the 1,652 mother tongues spoken. These groups are further subdivided into numerous sub-groups, castes and tribes
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Nawab
Nawab
Nawab
(Eastern Nagari: নবাব/নওয়াব, Devanagari: नवाब/नबाब, Perso-Arab: نواب) also spelt Nawaab, Navaab, Navab, Nowab< Nabob and Nobab is an honorific title ratified and bestowed by the reigning Mughal emperor
Mughal emperor
to semi-autonomous Muslim
Muslim
rulers of princely states in South Asia. "Nawab" usually refers to males; the female equivalent is "begum" or "nawab begum". The primary duty of a nawab was to uphold the sovereignty of the Mughal emperor
Mughal emperor
along with the administration of a certain province. The title of "nawab" was also awarded as a personal distinction by the paramount power, similar to a British peerage, to persons and families who ruled a princely state, for various services to the Government of British India
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Oxford English Dictionary
The Oxford
Oxford
English Dictionary (OED) is the main historical dictionary of the English language, published by the Oxford University
Oxford University
Press. It traces the historical development of the English language, providing a comprehensive resource to scholars and academic researchers, as well as describing usage in its many variations throughout the world.[2][3] The second edition came to 21,728 pages in 20 volumes, published in 1989. Work began on the dictionary in 1857, but it was not until 1884 that it began to be published in unbound fascicles as work continued on the project, under the name of A New English Dictionary on Historical Principles; Founded Mainly on the Materials Collected by The Philological Society
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Naib
Nawab
Nawab
(Eastern Nagari: নবাব/নওয়াব, Devanagari: नवाब/नबाब, Perso-Arab: نواب) also spelt Nawaab, Navaab, Navab, Nowab< Nabob and Nobab is an honorific title ratified and bestowed by the reigning Mughal emperor
Mughal emperor
to semi-autonomous Muslim
Muslim
rulers of princely states in South Asia. "Nawab" usually refers to males; the female equivalent is "begum" or "nawab begum". The primary duty of a nawab was to uphold the sovereignty of the Mughal emperor
Mughal emperor
along with the administration of a certain province. The title of "nawab" was also awarded as a personal distinction by the paramount power, similar to a British peerage, to persons and families who ruled a princely state, for various services to the Government of British India
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Khudiadadzai
The khudiadadzai now Khoidadzai are a Pashtun tribe in Afghanistan
Afghanistan
and Pakistan. the most number of Khoidadzai tribes located in District killa Saifullah of Balochistan Province. The name of the district Saifullah also belongs to Merdadzai belonging with Khoidadzai tribe it is the sub tribe of Ibrahimzai. Saifullah Khan was a brave warrior of Merdadzai, a sub tribe of Kakar Sunzerkhel
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Jalalzai
Jalalzai (or Jalaazayi) is a Pashtun tribe
Pashtun tribe
settled in Southern Pashtunkhwa and Afghanistan.[citation needed] Sub branches[edit] Main sub branches of Jalalzai include Merozai, Karimzai, Kamaludinzai, Shabozai, Shahizai, Mehmanzai, Khwajezai, Babakarzai, Khudizai, Talkhanzai, and Jogezai.This Pakistan-related article is a stub
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Andar (Pashtun Tribe)
Andar may refer to: Andar District, Ghazni province, Afghanistan Andar, Ghazni, town in the Andar District
Andar District
of Ghazni Province, Afghanistan Andar, Fars, Iran Andar, Kurdistan, Iran Andar, Tehran, Iran
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Miani (Pashtun Tribe)
Miani may refer to: People[edit] Elmer Osmar Ramón Miani (1933–2014), Argentine Roman Catholic bishop Hieronimo Miani (fl. 1740), Italian-born Danish history painter Marcello Miani (born 1984), Italian rower
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Sur (Pashtun Tribe)
SUR
SUR
or Sur or El Sur (Spanish "the South") may refer to:Contents1 Geography 2 People 3 Print media 4 Film and other media 5 Music 6 Other uses 7 Acronyms and codes 8 See alsoGeography[edit]Súr, a village in Hungary Sur, Diyarbakır, a historic district of Diyarbakır Province, Turkey Sur, Iran (other), places in Iran Sur, Oman, the easternmost major town in Oman Sur State, a princely state of India merged with Idar State in 1821 Sur, Switzerland, a village in the canton of Grisons Sur (river), a river of Bavaria, Germany Sur, a district of the city of
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Dawi
Davi (also spelled as Dawi, Daavi or Daway) is a Gharghasht Pashtun tribe and the brother of the Kakar
Kakar
tribe. Both are the sons of Gharghasht tribe. The population of Davi tribe is almost equal to that of the Kakar
Kakar
tribe but apparently seems smaller than Kakar
Kakar
because of the close ties of both tribes; they intermingled and mixed so closely that most Davi tribesmen consider themselves as part of Kakar
Kakar
tribe. Therefore, a large portion of Davi tribe is part of Kakar.[citation needed] The Davi tribesmen mostly live in Afghanistan, Baluchistan, Kashmir and India. Where there is a Kakar
Kakar
tribe, Davi will also be there living together either with name of Kakar
Kakar
or Davi. They also live in Pukhtoonkhwa, especially in Katlang, Baghicha Dheri, Babozai and Sawal Dher, Mardan
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Sarwani
Sarwani,Sarvani or Sherwani (Urdu: شیروانی‎) is a Pashtun tribe settled in Afghanistan, Pakistan
Pakistan
and India
India
, with majority members living in India, Pakistan
Pakistan
and few in Afghanistan
Afghanistan
who originate from the city of Sherran or Current Iran-Afghan bordered Regions and from the Ghazni province.[citation needed]Contents1 History 2 Notable People 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] Earliest known member of Sherwani Family was Yousf Khan Haft Hazarvi. Who was a general of 7000 soldiers of Ahmad Shah Durrani, Sarwani or Sherwani tribes migrated to Southern NWFP Dera Ismail Khan
Dera Ismail Khan
and settled in Chaudwan
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Shirani (Pashtun Tribe)
The Shirani (Pashto: شيراني‎)(Urdu: شيرانی‎)—also called Sherani —are a Pashtun tribe, from the Bettani
Bettani
tribal confederacy, who live in Afghanistan
Afghanistan
and Pakistan. The Sherani are mostly settled in the Frontier Region Dera Ismail Khan, in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas
Federally Administered Tribal Areas
of Pakistan
Pakistan
and in the adjoining Sherani District
Sherani District
of Balochistan, Pakistan. Some clans have settled in other surrounding districts of Balochistan; and in the Zabul, Ghazni, and Kandahar provinces of Afghanistan
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Harifal
The Harifal
Harifal
(Urdu حریفال حریف ال) are a Pashtun tribe inhabiting the Sherani District
Sherani District
in the Balochistan province of Pakistan, and, to a lesser extent, the surrounding districts of Afghanistan.[1] The tribe mostly populates the western slopes of Shinghar, a mountain in the Suleiman Range, though a considerable number reside in the Zhob
Zhob
District
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Gharghashti
Ghorghushtī or Ghorghushtī (Pashto: غرغښتي‎) refers to the Pashtun legendary, one of the third son Qais Abdur Rashid. It is famous for chapli kabàb. In recent past chach interchange was constructed which is located about 3 miles from Gharghashti. Famous personalities of Ghargashti are Lt Commander Zafar Khan and his son Commander Masood Zafar both from Pakistan
Pakistan
Navy. It is a relatively well established vullage with all basic facilities like electricity water and gas available
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