Bacha Ghulam (Hazara tribe)

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The Bacha Ghulam are a Hazara tribe, largely found in Sang-e Takht District of Daykundi Province, Afghanistan. The name seems to mean “boy of the manor.”[1] They are a subtribe of the Dai Zangi.

Sub-tribes[edit]

  • Bubak
  • Gaoshak
  • Ghulam Ali
  • Ismail
  • Kaum-i-Barfi
  • Kaum-i-Mizra
  • Kaum-i-Yari
  • Neka
  • Shah Masid
  • Waras

References[edit]

  1. ^ Adamec, Ludwig W. Kandahar and South-Central Afghanistan: Historical and Political Gazetteer of Afghanistan. Vol. 5. Akademische Druck u. Verlagsanstalt Graz, Austria. 1980

Sources[edit]

  • Dai Kundi Province, Program for Conflict and Culture Studies. (US) Naval Postgraduate School