The Tareens are Saraban Afghans, the descendents of Tareen, son of Sharaf-ud-din, son of Ibrahim, son of Qais Abdul Rashid. According to tradition, Tareens had four sons - Spin Tarin, Tor Tarin, Zhar Tarin and Bor Tarin. . . . Read More
The history of the Barozais dates from about 1470 when Baru Khan, the founder of the Barozais, ingratiated himself with the Mizri Kakars who were then in possession of Dadhar and married the daughter of the chief. On the decay of the Arghun rule, the Pannis increased in power and importance, and about 1570 -1575 are found as being in possession of the Sibi fort and district . . . Read More
The descent of Jadoon Afghans, called Gadoons by the tribes about Peshawer, who change the original letter 'jz' into 'g', is well known to those well acquainted with the genealogy of Pushtannah or Afghan nation, and who do not seek to produce them out of Hindus.They are descended from Jzadun, son of parnaey, and brother of Kakar, the two latter being sons of Danaey, son of Ghurghast, son of Qais Abdul Rashid . Jadoon was one of the 18 sons of Pannaey. . . . Read More
Brief account of the medieval history of Niazi Afghans . . . Read More
Zarkuns are offshoots of Pannis. In late 16th century , they occupied Kohlu, Mamand Khan Kot, Gamboli and the neighboring hills under their Sardar Firoz Khan. . . . Read More
Naghars are Ghurghast Afghans being descended from Naghar, one of the four sons of Danai, son of Ismael, nicknamed Gurghast and so akin to Kakar, Dawai and Parnai.They once held all the hill country from near Nigaha or Sakhi sarwar pass to the south comprsising the Southern parts of the Koh-i-Siyah or Suleiman range, where it trends to the west and is much mixed up with lower ranges of Koh-i-Surkh or red range. . . . Read More
"Balochan-i-Marri bar koh minazand, wa mardumi Khajjak dar maidani goi shujaat mi rubayand" Translated from Persian in English language the- proverb will read as follows - "Marri Baloch are proud of their mountains whereas Khajjaks are proud of their bravery in the plain area. . . . Read More
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