Hazarbuz

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Hazarbuz is a Pashtun tribe sub section of Khawezai Momand GhoryaKhel primarily found in the Rodat District of Nangarhar Province , Kabul , Mazare sharif and Kunduz in Afghanistan. One of the respectible leader of the Hazarbuz tribe is Haji Zarab Gul present living in Peshawar.

History[edit]

Until the 1920s, the Hazarbuz lived principally as herders, concentrating on sheep (despite their name, which means "a thousand goats"). Because their migration routes coincided with a major arm of the Silk Road, they became more involved in transporting and then trading, typically bringing tea from Bukhara and India into Afghanistan.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pastoralism in the New Millenium. Food & Agriculture Org. 1 January 2001. pp. 6–. ISBN 978-92-5-104673-9.