Mohmand is one of the strongest Pashtun tribes, living in Afghanistan and western North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan. Mohmands still live under strict tribal laws, and follow the code of Pashtunwali. In Pakistan the Mohmand Agency is an abode for Mohmands, further migrations from Afghanistan and Mohmand Agency have occurred and continue down to the plains of Peshawar, Charsadda, and Mardan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mohmand"
Niazi is a famous Pashtun tribe with a extremely rich history & culture. This tribe currently lives mainly in Mianwali, Kotgullah, Distt Chakwal, Khanawal and, in general, in Punjab (a province of Pakistan), as well as in parts of Afghanistan, and the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan. Niazis living throughout Pakistan are functioning as the main transporters through out the country. This includes New Khan Metro in Lahore and many other sectors of transport. ...more on Wikipedia about "Niazi"
The Noorzai are one of the major tribes of the Pashtun. Although it is not really proven which two branches (Durrani or Ghilzais) of Pashtuns they are related to, most of them believe they are descendants of the Durrani as they have been living in Afghanistan for hundreds of years. The Noorzai live in places such as Kandahar, Kabul, Farah, Helmand, Herat, Nimroz, and some parts of Pakistan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Noorzai"
Popalzay or "Popalzai" is the name of the Pashtun clan that is part of the larger Durrani tribe from which the first king of Afghanistan Ahmad Shah Durrani originated. The current President of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, is also a Popalzay. ...more on Wikipedia about "Popalzay"
The Sadozai are a lineage of the Popalzay clan of the Abdali tribe of the Pashtun. The lineage takes its name from its ancestor, Sado Khan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sadozai"
Salarzais are a Pashtun tribe of Kakazai and are one of the four clans of Tarkanis. There are around 8,000 members in the Babukarrah and Charmung valleys in Bajaur. ...more on Wikipedia about "Salarzai"
Sarbans are a tribal group of Pashtuns in Afghanistan and Pakistan. The Sarbans include several Pashtun tribes, among whom the most numerous are the Durrani tribe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sarbans" shortopedia rocks.
The Shilmani (also spelled Shalmani, Shilmani, or Shalmani) are one of the Pashtun tribes currently living in large numbers in "Shalman Valley" Khyber Agency near Peshawar. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shilmani"
Sherani or Shirani is a Pathan tribe of Pashtun origin, living predominatly in modern Pakistan and Afghanistan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shirani"
Swati is a famous Pashtun tribe that lives in District Battagram and Mansehra of North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan, a mountanious area that contains the famous historical places lika Pakhli, Agror, Allai, Thakot, Balakot and Black Mountain of Hazara. ...more on Wikipedia about "Swati"
Tanolis are a Pashtun tribe. They claim to have migrated from a place called "Tanubal River" in Afghanistan. Some Tanoli tribes still live in Gardaiz and Ghazni (both cities of Afghanistan). Tanolis came to Swat from Afghanistan after the invasions of Sultan Sabuktagin. They came to form a new state. The head of the Swat state at that time was Anwar Khan Tanoli. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tanoli"
Tareen is an important tribe of Pashtuns. Tareens are settled in Pishin, Harnai, Dukhi, Gulistan in Balochistan, and Hazara Division of the North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan . They are present in sizeable proportions in the areas near Qandhar in Afghanistan. They played a very important role in Mohammad Ghori's Army and showed great bravery. The Tareens of Hazara Division migrated from Qandhar in 17th century AD under the leadership of Sher Khan Tareen. After the attacks led by Ahmed Shah Abdali of Kabul, Durranis had a firm grip over this region. Later on Ahmed Shah Abdali also conquered Kashmir. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tareens"
The Tarkani (or Tarkalanri) are a Pashtun tribe located in Bajaur in the North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan that numbers roughly 36,000 people. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tarkani"
The Wur (also known as Wara), along with the Kakazai are a division of the Tarkani Pashtun tribe. There are about 3,000 of them living principally in the Watelai valley in Bajaur. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wur"
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Yousafzai or Yusufzai is a Pashtun tribe. The majority of the Yousafzai tribe reside in the North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan. Yousafzais are predominant population in the districts of Mardan, Malakand and Swabi. There are also some Yousafzai living in Bhopal, India, their oral history claims that they are the decsendents of Dost Mohmmad Khan's worriors. Yousaf means 'Joseph' in Arabic and Zai means 'son' in Pashto. Yousafzai literaly means 'Sons of Joseph'. ...more on Wikipedia about "Yousafzai"
The Zaimukhts are a Pashtun tribe living on the northwest frontier of Pakistan, to the south of the Orakzais. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zaimukhts"
The Zazi (also spelled Zazai and Dzadzi, pronounced Dza-dzai) are a Pashtun tribe. They live in the Paktia and Khost provinces of Afghanistan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zazi"
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