Dehwar

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Dehwar or Dawar (Balochi: بلوچ is a Baloch tribe inhabiting Balochistan, Pakistan. The tribe is settled primarily in Kalat, Khuzdar, Kharan, Washuk, Noshkey, Sarlath, Dalbandin, and Mastung , Tando Allahyar, sindh, Pakistan. The principal clans into which the tribe is divided are the Ali Zai Yusufzai dodaki Sanjarzai Tooranzai halazai Mandozai hamduni Dadezai tajik Raiskhel and Khwajakhail. The leader of each tribe is called Sardar/Arbab. A large population of Dehwar tribe is in sistan va Balochistan. The word comes from Dehs, which are collective “mud” houses used in the area.[1][full citation needed][2][full citation needed]

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  1. ^ Vide Balochistan, Gazetteer Sarawan, page 69
  2. ^ Balochistan Qadeem aur jadeed tarikh ke Roshni may, Mir Gul Khan Naseer, page 182