Nizhādnāmah-i Afghān: Chapter Four

in Supplements to The History of Afghanistan

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previous section  This people comprises the following tribes: Lūdī, Sarwānī, Hūtak, Tūkhī, Sulaymān Khayl, ʿAlī Khayl, Ākā Khayl, Mūsā [Khayl], Tarakī, and Andar. They occupy the lands south of the Hindū Kush and north of the Safīd Kūh range. Because of the varied locales in which they reside—uplands, lowlands, hills, and dales—the temperature is very different in different places. From the north looking south and west [this region is] approximately 180 miles long and from west to east it is 50 ...

Supplements to The History of Afghanistan

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