Dawar (Pashtun tribe)

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Dawar'
  1. BiographicalInformation

Full Name: Raja Dawar Sajid. Nickname(s): No nick name (Dawar) Gender: Male Age: 22 (current age)

  1. Status

Single.

  1. Affiliations

Mechanical Engineering

  1. PersonalInformation

Relationship(s) Single (Lover/Wife) I don't know/Unmarried Hair color: Black: Eye color: Dark Brown

  1. Apperarence

First Appearance: 7 January. Last Appearance: (No one knows but Allah)

Wearing long sleeve shirts/T shirts, Kurtas like to wear traditional and Formerl dress

  1. Charactervise

Introvert Love for Dear Mother Realistic Cant easily to explain that what is in the Heart Fitness&Loyalty is all that matters Experessive I have my own ways to let my emotion out.This is one of them Mannered Thoughtful in case of dose Sufisticated yes Stylize not so much,may be in a very suttleway

  1. CharacterBackground

Dawar means "Ruler" while means "highly praised","Ruler","Judge" an evolution from its original meaning#Rajpoot is a (forword cast )Raja known as "Son of the king"a title used by Muslim families belonging to traditionally warrior clans, signifying his high social status in the society.

  1. History

Born as The first Child and The Elder brother.

History[edit]

The Dawars originally lived in the Shawal area, which lies partly in the present-day North Waziristan tribal agency of Pakistan and partly in the Paktika Province of Afghanistan. The Dawars are descended from the Shitak supertribe of the Pashtuns. Both the Dawars and their cousin tribe the Bannuchis descend from the Shitaks. In the 14th century, the Wazirs another Pashtun tribe, who were living in Birmal in the west, migrated eastwards to the Shawal area and fell into dispute with the Shitaks (Dawars and Bannuchis), and succeeded to oust the Shitaks northeastwards. Eventually, the Dawari Shitaks settled in the Tochi Valley in the modern-day North Wazisitan. At the beginning of the twentieth century the tribe had some 5,200 fighting men.[1]

Dawari, or usually Alizai along with Waziris and other pashtun tribes upraises caused in southern and south west zone deteriorating of Kabul government and revolutions in the country, in Abdalee (Durrani) Empire they had the most powerful participation in their success and army contribution. Their location along the fertile land meant they were prone to fevers and other ravaging diseases that are bred in the wet sodden lands of the Tochi Valley, lying at the bottom of a deep depression exposed to the burning rays of the sun. The effects of these ailments may be clearly traced in the drawn or bloated features and the shrunken or swollen limbs of nearly every Dawari that has passed middle life.[1] Mostly they have been at war in the past with their neighbouring Wazir tribe, mostly over land and blood feuds.

The Britishers are now in Alizai's area in Helmand managing their operations against the people who obliged them to escape from Musa Qala for almost 15 months and after coordination of the world with much expenses they succeeded to capture a 100 square meters of the area along and living there facing much obstacles and waiting for signing an agreement with them but people are not ready because of their corporal and material losses.[citation needed]

Born place: Rawalpindi From: Thutha Rai Bahadar ,Tehsil Kharian District Gujrat.

Education[edit]

Mechanical Engineering

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b  One or more of the preceding sentences incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainChisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Dawari". Encyclopædia Britannica. 7 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. p. 873.