Ghurghakhti

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Ghurghakhtī, Ghurghashtī, or Ghurghax̌tī (Pashto: غرغښتي‎) refers to the Pashtun sub-tribes that are descended from Ghurghax̌t, one of Qais Abdur Rashid's three legendary sons.

Sub-tribes[edit]

Many of the people belonging to these sub-tribes reside in the Kunar and Kandahar provinces of Afghanistan, and Quetta and Attock District of Pakistan, speak Pashto as their mother tongue.