Poladha (Hazara tribe)

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The Poladha (alternatively Polada, Fuladi, Puladi) are a Hazara tribe found in Afghanistan, of the Southern[1] branch of Hazara. Per several references, the Poladha are among the eight overarching Hazara tribes.[2]

One study indicated that Maknak, Kalo Zaida, Khurdak Zaida, Maradina are also subset of Poladha; specially the Dahla tribe (possibly extinct) was a subset of the Poladha.[3]

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  1. ^ Barbara F. Grimes; Joseph Evans Grimes; Summer Institute of Linguistics (1 November 2000). Ethnologue. SIL International. ISBN 9781556711039. Retrieved 29 March 2011. 
  2. ^ Barbara Anne Brower; Barbara Rose Johnston (2007). Disappearing peoples?: indigenous groups and ethnic minorities in South and Central Asia. Left Coast Press. pp. 157–. ISBN 9781598741216. Retrieved 29 March 2011. 
  3. ^ Elizabeth E. Bacon (1966). Obok: a study of social structure in Eurasia. Johnson Reprint Corp. Retrieved 29 March 2011.