Haft Lang

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Haft Lang (Persian: هفت لنگ) literally meaning Seven Legs. It is the name of one of the two branches of Bakhtiari people.

Haft Lang consists of four sub-branches: Dorikan, Dinârâni, Bâbâdi and Behdârvand.

Dorikan sub-groups are:

Dinârâni sub-groups are:

  • Owrak
  • Lajmir Owrak
  • Shâloo
  • Nowrouzi
  • KoorKoor
  • SarGholi
  • Sahid
  • Boweiri
  • Âli Mahmoudi
  • Gorouei

Bâbâdi sub-groups are:

  • Shehni
  • A'kkâshe
  • Râki
  • Galleh
  • Pebdeni
  • Nasir
  • Gomâr
  • Ârpanâhi
  • Ahmad Mohammadi
  • Âli Anvar
  • Molmoli

Bahârvand sub-groups are:

  • Bakhtiârvand
  • Âli Jamâli
  • Jânaki Sardsir
  • Alâeddin Vand
  • Belivand
  • Âli Jamâli
  • Monjezi
  • Dinâshi
  • Kiârsi
  • Mash Mardâsi

References[edit]

  • Bakhtiari History by Sardar Assad Bakhtiari (Persian: تاریخ بختیاری نوشته سردار اسعد بختیاری)