Tokhi

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Tokhi (Pashto: توخی‎) is one of the Pashtun tribes that belong to the larger Ghilji group. They are mainly found in southern Afghanistan but some may also live in other parts of the country, including in parts Northern Afghanistan and parts of northwestern Pakistan. The mother of Mir Wais Hotak, founder of the Hotaki dynasty in Kandahar, belonged to the Tohki tribe. Their origin is unclear but historically they mostly lived in what is now Zabul Province in Afghanistan.

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www.tokhi.org

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