Nizhādnāmah-i Afghān: Chapter Three

in Supplements to The History of Afghanistan

(214 words)

previous section  This clan group, one of the seven original Afghan [peoples] is comprised of two sub-groups: 1) Warsabūn and 2) Kajīn. They reside in the frontier area north of Kūh-i Kapar, south of the Sarāghar Valley which goes as far as Tāk Valley, east of Kūh-i Masʿūd-i Wazīrī, and west of the Marwat people. [19] There are 3,750 of them that are armed and the rest are without weapons. Among the Bītanī Afghans, the Kūtī, Awlād-i Tattā, Dannā, Kattā, and Ratanzāʾī are affiliated and are not A...

Supplements to The History of Afghanistan

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