Khan Khel

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Khan Khel is a phrase used for the ruling family in Pashtun tribal set up. Khan means the chieftain while Khel stands for a family or descendents

Khan Khel (خان خيل) is a clan of the Swati tribe of Pashtuns which is the predominant population in the districts of Mansehra District province[1] of Pakistan. The Major Khan Khel families are settled in Agror(Shamdhara), Pakhal, Jabori, Batagram and other areas of Mansehra district

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