Kasi tribe of pashtun?
Kasi tribe is known as the most educated and well disciplined tribe of pashtuns, if you go further deep into their history then its about 13000 years old, Kasi's mostly known to be in Pakistan's city Quetta can be found in Iran,Palestine,Iraq and Afghanistan too.
- 1 The Pashtun Family Tree
- 2 Sub-Tribes (Kasi Bin Kharashboon Bin Sarhban Bin Qais Abdul Rashid)
- 3 Books References
- 4 Sources
- 5 Arif Kasi
- 6 Famous People
- 7 Culture
- 8 Artist & Art
- 9 About Quetta
- 10 Pashtun
- 11 Feedback
- www.kasi.org.pk (underconstruction)
- Kasi Tribe(this page is underconstruction
- Vatan Publishers Quetta
- Zarghoon Enterprises (Private) Limited
- Today's Woman Organization
- Daily Shal Quetta
- Daily Gwadartimes Gwadar
- Mir Aimal Kasi
- Sadiq Shaheed Kasi
- Shaheed Ghulam Hussain Kasi
- Nawab Arbab Muhammad Umar Kasi
- Nawab Arbab Khudadad Khan Kasi
- Arbab Abdul Kadir Kasi
- Arbab Abdul Zahir
- Dur Mohammad Kassi
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yes its practically impossible to find the resources for learning it. if you can speak it the cia will literally hand you a 6 figure job.
Powhatan - The Powhatan Tribe (proper) is comprised of Americans who are descendants of Chief Powhatan or the Powhatan Tribe. The Powhatan surname is used to document historic Powhatan ancestry. A federally protected sacred burial ground of the Powhatan Tribe is located on Redstone
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A tribe is a group of families that have a leader and work in a community. They usually have a herd of animals such as cattle or goat.
A tribe is a group of people for example, a family, a group, or mabe just lots of familys living together.
Pashtun is a race of people living in the areas of Pakistan, Afghanistan and India. Currently they count approximately 42 million people and they were traced in archeological expeditions as back as 2000 BCE.
The Pashtuns are an Iranic ethnic group living in Afghanistan and Pakistan. They are typically characterized by the usage of the Eastern Iranian Pashto language and practice of Pashtunwali, which is a traditional set of ethics guiding individual and communal conduct. Their origins are unclear. The… Pushtun heartland extends along the eastern and southern Afghanistan border, from Nuristan in the north down to the southern provinces around Qandahar. Almost every province of Afghanistan has Pashutns living in it. Pushtuns can be identified by three major traits: their language (Pashto); their lineage (they consider themselves descended from one founding ancestor); and their code of honor, called pushtunwali. It is a legal and moral code covering issues of honor (namuz), solidarity (nang), hospitality (melmastai), and shame and revenge (badal). "For a Pushtun, the defense of namuz, even unto death, is required," "I am a Pushtun first, a Muslim second, and an Afghan third, but Afghanistan is and will always be land of Pashutns." a quote which is used by almost all Pashtuns. (MORE)
It is a Samoan term used to describe a person of Samoan and Palagi (Caucasion) descent.
If you consume fewer calories in total when you consume Kashi, then yes. GoLean has no magical weight-loss properties.
Because they are a martial race and are descendant of aryans and partial descendants of scythians who were very powerul people of there time and as well as pashtuns. Pashtuns have defeated two super power of there times one Britain and other russia and even today they represent majority of Afghanist…an and second largest majority of Pakistan and Pakistan which is very important nation of southeast Asia and a nuclear power pashtuns represents a big portion of its army and also virtually occupy its transport industry. Pashtuns have also a history of resisting against any foreign power.They have formidable reputation of warriors. Films from Bollywood like "KHUDAGAWAH" AND "PALLAY KHAN" are made on them which shows there braveness, there act of sacrificing there lifes for there friend, loyalty and for hospitality and assylum for all guest seeking help.Traditionally, a social code known as the Pashtunwali ("Pashtun Way") regulated the behavior of Pashtun men. The key principles of this code are honor, courage, and hospitality. Their wealth is their spirit and love of freedom. They are people possessing true warrior soul. (MORE)
Names are usually not translated. If you mean the Spanish word "casi", that means "almost".
\nPashtuns (Pashto: Ù¾ÚØªÙÙ Paá¹£Ìtun, PaxÌtun, also rendered as Pushtuns, Pakhtuns, Pukhtuns), also called Pathans (Urdu: Ù¾Ù¹Ú¾Ø§Ù, Hindi: à¤ªà¤ à¤¾à¤¨ Paá¹hÄn) or ethnic Afghans, are an Eastern Iranian ethno-linguistic group with populat…ions primarily in Afghanistan and in the North-West Frontier Province, Federally Administered Tribal Areas and Balochistan provinces of Pakistan. The Pashtuns are typically characterized by their usage of the Pashto language and practice of Pashtunwali, which is an ancient traditional code of conduct and honor.\n. \nPashtun society consists of many tribes and clans which were rarely politically united, until the rise of the Durrani Empire in 1747. Pashtuns played a vital role during the Great Game as they were caught between the imperialist designs of the British and Russian empires. For over 250 years, they reigned as the dominant ethnic group in Afghanistan. More recently, the Pashtuns gained worldwide attention after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979 and with the rise and fall of the Taliban, since they are the main ethnic contingent in the movement. Pashtuns are also an important community in Pakistan, where they are prominently represented in the military and are the second-largest ethnic group.\n. \nThe Pashtuns are the world's largest (patriarchal) segmentary lineage ethnic group. The total population of the group is estimated to be around 42 million, but an accurate count remains elusive due to the lack of an official census in Afghanistan since 1979. There are an estimated 60 major Pashtun tribes and more than 400 sub-clans. (MORE)
well kasie and 50 are tight:)sio they hangout all the time so you can take a picture of them, next time they hangout:)
maybe but i know for a fact him is evil and dont look dont look him in the eyes in the eyes
Pashtuns are ethnically and iinquistically a people of eastern iranian ancestry (possible partial modern day descendants of Bactrians/Scythians) speaking a language called pashto(or pakhto). There is evidence of a limited greek contribution to the gene pool. Pashto language is related to the extinct… Bactrian language and has many loan words from ancient greek dating from the greek occupation of Bactria (northern afghanistan) in ancient times. (MORE)
yes it us still a tribe but its not huge like it used to. the population is getting smalller and smaller every year.
Jaffar is a pashtun tribe settled in northern balouchistan province of pakistan. They number around one hundred thousand and speak jaffari dialect of pashto.
arbab abdul zahir kasi is the nawab of kasi tribe.kasi is a very old and modren and educated tribe having sub casts as arbab and malik.arbab zahir is the trible head of the tribe who has also been fighting for the rights of pukhtoons since young age with his father under the leadership of bacha khan… and wali khan under the flag of ANP. (MORE)
7 Million The Pashtuns (Pakhtuns or Pathans), originally from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, FATA and northern Baluchistan and Afghanistan are now the city's second largest ethnic group in Karachi after Muhajirs. With as high as 7 (Seven) million, the city of Karachi in Pakistan has the largest concentration… of urban Pakhtun population in the whole world, including 50,000 registered Afghan refugees in the city (MORE)
Being a Pashtun means to be the superior race in all of Afghanistan, that they are the purest race, according to Assef.
The Hazaras Are Shiite Muslims, and the Pashtuns Are Sunni Muslims. The Hazaras are not from the same part of Asia as the Pashtuns, (Not Afghani;s) and tend to look more oriental (Like Hassan.) Because the Hazaras were not native Afghani's, they treated them like slaves, as you can probably gathe…r from the relationship between Amirs family, and Hassans. (MORE)
English Translation of ALIS NA AKO. KANINA PA KASI AKO DITO : I'll go now. I've been here a while ago.
there are many theory's about them being the descendants of the Greeks and one of the nine tribes of ancient Israel so no body really knows but i think they were in Afghanistan from the beginning but nobody thought they were of any importance so they didn't write about them in history
The Tulalip, Swinomish, Lummi and Skagit tribes were known to have the most wealth. They lived on the western side of the cascades in Washington. The reason why these tribes were "so rich" was not because they were ornamented with gold or built gold statues, but it was their abundant food and their …safe, secure shelter.  The Puget Sound Indian supposedly, by cognition could tell that there was so much salmon in the water, that they could pass the water by walking on their backs. Their environment was very heterotrophic, meaning there was natural food resources preserved.  Clams were thick on beaches. The types of berries that were most familiar were blackberries, raspberries, and salmonberries. Then, there were also nuts. In the waters, they were a various salmon and other types of fish. In the landscape of the area, and woods contained many deer and elk and other mammals. In addition, cedar trees were landmarks to the region. Moreover, the wood had a wide range of applications. They used it in everything from construction of houses and shaping canoes to carving out crude tools. Clothing such as blankets, toweling, and shoes came from Softened Cedar bark. They did not have the methods or level of technology that was present in other parts of the world but they knew enough and were able to make it through the harsher exposure to the elements of nature. They developed a way to safely store food by drying it. Once that process was done, they took a vacation over the winter months, without having to face a renewed struggle in the fall so as to maintain their relatively rich lifestyle.   . Food: The Northwest Coastal Indians could catch enough fish during the summer salmon run to feed themselves for the whole winter. The Indians also caught a variety of food from the sea including halibut and cod. They ate clams, crabs, seals, sea otters, sea lions, fish, herring eggs, and mussels, sea urchins,fungus,and seaweed. The men hunted land animals including bear, caribou, deer, elk, and moose. The Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka)/Makah and to a lesser extent the Haida also caught whales. In some areas mountain goats could be found. The women gathered roots, berries, seaweed for salt, nuts, fungus, acorns, and camas bulbs. Blueberries,blackberries, and huckleberries were some of the favorite berries. While most tribes lives on the coast during the summer months, when winter came many moved their camps to a more protected area like up a river or inlet. Customs: The Northwest Coastal tribes occasionally gathered together for a potlatch. The person hosting the potlatch gave away as many gifts to his guests as he could. This showed he was wealthy. These ceremonies could last for days. Singing, dancing, and story-telling were part of the celebration. The Northwest Coastal Indians took slaves. Slaves were a sign of wealth. Children were kept close to their camp for fear that they would be stolen by another tribe and become a slave. Tools/Weapons: Only two tribes of Northwest Coastal Indians, The Makah and Nootka, hunted for food in the sea. They built great seagoing canoes. Some were more than 60 feet long. They built the canoes from the trunks of huge cedar and redwood trees. The canoes could hold as many as 60 men. The Makah and Nootka often carved elaborate pictures and painted designs on their canoes. (MORE)
Brave, It Doesn't matter if u are a Sunni or Shia ... We are one god Believers and Be good to others :)
The southmost Tribes in Israel was Judah and Simeon . These include the areas south of Jerusalem to the Negev desert.
English translation of sana maging tayo kasi mahal na mahal kita: I hope we'll end up together because I love you very much.
pakistan has the same policy towards all pashtoon in pakistan to divide and rule those who want to get together the pashtoon are liable to be killed through their proxies that is the religious extremist,the pushtoon nationalist are their first target ,those nationalist who raised againt the extremis…t were killed, actually pakistan is punjab, punjab is a dominent figure in politics in finance and in security, the western power no longer want to strengthen punjabis because their interest is now pushtoon , so punjab is a hurdle in the way of pushtoon development, punjab interest is no lomger with nato its interest is now with china against india and nato, pushtoon should be aware of its own interest in the region because we are on the golden gateway of central asian recoures we must secure our own interest in any shape, thanks. (MORE)
There actually is a Juba tribe in Africa. They were known for eating their people and they were great hunters and fishers.
Kurds have never had their own country Persians have Iran Turks have Turkey, and many other central asian countries Pashtuns have Afghanistan (Pashtun is synonymous with Afghan)
Tribes in a collective noun. Example : A tribe of Native Americans. That all i think.
The Chumash of California were originally a large tribe of perhaps 20,000 people but they have declined considerably in numbers and their language is practically extinct (although there are currently efforts being made to teach the language to tribal members). The Chumash language is now classifi…ed as unlike any other native American language; this also means that no other tribes are very closely related to the Chumash people. The neighbouring Salinan people share many cultural traits (loose tribal organisation, hunter/gatherer lifestyle, very small local populations and so on) but are not considered to be related. (MORE)
No. Pashtuns are a Central Asian people and share much more in common with Persians, Kurds, and Qashqai then with Arabs.
Why is it proper to have a united Pakistan when the Punjabis Pashtuns Sindhis and Balochis all have very different cultures and societal organization?
Answer 1 I could argue that people from every culture in the world have come to North America and formed two highly successful nations, the United States and Canada. I live in Canada where the ethnic diversity is considerably greater than that of Pakistan, and we are (pretty much) all happy to be …here and getting along with each other. People of different cultures can live together, work together, and accomplish great things together if they so desire. And bear in mind, even if you do not share a country with people of different cultures, you will still be sharing a planet. If we cannot get along with people of different culture in our own country, we may not be able to get along with them in different countries, which is why countries go to war with each other. We already live in what Marshall McLuhan referred to as a "global village". Every country impinges on every other country, given the speed of modern communication and transportation technology. The time has passed when every little tribe could smugly regard itself as the only real people or the only true civilization in the world, relegating everyone else to the status of barbarian. Progress for the human race requires us to reach out to other cultures rather than barricading ourselves into our own little enclaves. Answer 2 I disagree with the premise of the question. Pakistan, in my view, makes little sense as a united country with a federal system. Perhaps it could work along the lines of "Devolution Max" where the government in Islamabad gives autonomy to each of the four main regions (Waziristan or "Pashtunistan", Balochistan, "Sindhistan", and Punjab) but coordinates currency and international affairs. Basically, the lifestyles and general ideologies between these groups are insufficiently similar to create a unified body politic. Balochis cannot stand when Punjabis come to Balochistan and get jobs that Balochis should have. Large swathes of Waziristan are already controlled by the Taliban and are fighting with the Pakistani Armed Forces. The Sindhis are primarily urban whereas the Balochis and Pashto are more often rural. Government officials try to appropriate resources that belong to communities of different ethnicities, making general corruption much more anger-inducing. It makes for a very dysfunctional system. There are two main reasons why people suggest that Pakistan remain united. Both are incredibly weak. (1) Historical Inertia: This is the way it already is, so why exert effort to change it? -- Firstly, this gives no reason why the system is proper or desirable. Secondly, historical inertia can be used to support any argument regardless of merit. Preserving slavery in the USA was for many years protected by historical inertia regardless of its problems. This also fails to notice how Bangladesh revolted and became independent from Pakistan in opposition to this historical inertia in 1971 on account of the exact same issues faced by the Balochis and Pashto. (2) Muslim State: The Muslims of South Asia need a country to protect their interests and values. -- This argument falls flat on its face. Indian Muslims are actually more numerous than Pakistani Muslims and enjoy greater rights than Pakistani Muslims. They have no issues in building mosques, creating political parties, representing their interests, etc. Additionally, Muslims are, on average, wealthier than those in Pakistan. While it is understandable that Muslims would fear a return to Hindu dominance on the subcontinent after nearly eight-hundred years of Islamic Rule, this fear is by and large unfounded. Muslims in Pakistan are also subject to odd blasphemy laws, curfews, and other issues created due to the problematic issues of combining Islamic Jurisprudence with wide-scale corruption. In response to Answer 1: One of the fundamental differences between societies in the New World and those in the Old World is the idea of an intrinsic connection to the land and an intrinsic connection to history. The Natives in North America are almost forgotten and many were routinely pushed off of their land. The Europeans who did this could claim title to the land, but not a spiritual connection to it. As a result, there was never a strong claim that Britons were allowed to live in the USA or Canada whereas Frenchmen, Italians, Chinese, Arabs, Africans, etc. could not. Certainly there was racism and discrimination, but the idea that the dominant group had a connection to the land was lost. Additionally, in the case of Canada, there is an incredible amount of autonomy afforded to Quebec in recognition of its cultural distinctiveness from the remaining provinces, especially Ontario. Why should such a small difference have strong recognition in Canada while huge historical and sociological differences in Pakistan are brushed aside? (MORE)
The word Kasi is a name of ancient kingdom that was based in the north of India. Its definition is "shining" and it is also commonly used in modern times as a name too.
There is nothing like that. Anybody may belong to any group ofSufism. The Pashtuns have many famous Sufies.
Yes. I translate this pangasinan siopatan kasi ompano kabat mo toacha ulafa nikwa unadai vodo in swa.
Kasi Rath has: Performed in "Kanakalata" in 1973. Performed in "Chinha Achinha" in 1979. Performed in "Alibha Daga" in 1980. Performed in "Megha Mukti" in 1980. Performed in "Batasi Jhada" in 1981. Performed in "Jayadeba" in 1987. Performed in "Bhul Bujhibani Mate" in 2010.
Kasi Vishwanath has: Performed in "Namo Venkatesha" in 2010. Performed in "Mirchi" in 2013. Performed in "Jabardasth" in 2013. Performed in "Bhai" in 2013. Performed in "Chukkalanti Ammayi Chakkanaina Abbayi" in 2013. Performed in "Potugadu" in 2013. Performed in "Manam" in 2014.
Kasi Brown has: Played Baby Sitter in "A Matter of Justice" in 1993. Played Haley in "ER" in 1994. Played herself in "Boot Camp" in 2001. Played Reporter in "Monk" in 2002. Played Girlfriend in "A Woman Reported" in 2004. Played Ballroom Dancer in "The Receipt" in 2005. Played Stuffed Animal Date in… "Getting to Know You" in 2005. Played Tracy in "Lenexa, 1 Mile" in 2006. Played Maude in "American Zombie" in 2007. Played Zoe in "Whispering Waves" in 2008. Played Activist in "Public Interest" in 2008. Played Paramedic Patrice in "Miami Medical" in 2010. Performed in "Mother Approved" in 2010. Played Paramedic in "Miami Medical" in 2010. Performed in "Mother Approved-Episode 2" in 2010. Played Paramedic Sue in "Miami Medical" in 2010. Played Abby Harmon in "Gone Doggy Gone" in 2014. (MORE)
Kasie Head has: Played herself in "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" in 1992. Played Herself - Miss Oklahoma USA 2002 in "Miss USA 2002" in 2002. Played Lady McCaughley in "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement" in 2004. Played Herself - Model in "Deal or No Deal" in 2005. Performed in "In the Mix"… in 2005. Played Model in "Deal or No Deal" in 2005. Played Trophy Presenter in "The 78th Annual Academy Awards" in 2006. Played Central Park Jogger in "Just My Luck" in 2006. Played Model in "Deal or No Deal" in 2006. (MORE)
Kasie Hunt has: Played Herself - Panelist in "Fox News Sunday" in 1996. Played herself in "The Daily Show" in 1996. Played Herself - Panelist in "Special Report with Brit Hume" in 1996. Played Herself - Guest in "MSNBC Live" in 1996. Played Correspondent in "NewsNation with Tamron Hall" in 2010. Pla…yed Correspondent in "Now with Alex Wagner" in 2011. (MORE)
Kasi Lemmons has: Played Nella Franklin in "As the World Turns" in 1956. Played Tess Parker (1989-1990) in "Another World" in 1964. Played Subaya in "ABC Afterschool Specials" in 1972. Played Hostage in "11th Victim" in 1979. Played Miss Mckegney in "The Cosby Show" in 1984. Played Paula Raynor in "…Murder, She Wrote" in 1984. Played Zandili in "The Equalizer" in 1985. Played Lydia Wilson in "Spenser: For Hire" in 1985. Played Lois in "A Man Called Hawk" in 1989. Played Rachel in "The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson" in 1990. Played Melanie Bryant in "The Big One: The Great Los Angeles Earthquake" in 1990. Played Alex Robbins in "Before the Storm" in 1991. Played Cookie in "The Five Heartbeats" in 1991. Played Ardelia Mapp in "The Silence of the Lambs" in 1991. Performed in "Under Cover" in 1991. Played Carol North in "Afterburn" in 1992. Played Det. Marie Mitchell in "Hard Target" in 1993. Played Nina Blackburn in "Fear of a Black Hat" in 1993. Played Diane Warren in "Walker, Texas Ranger" in 1993. Played June Vanderpool in "Drop Squad" in 1994. Performed in "Override" in 1994. Played Chemo Tech in "ER" in 1994. Played Grace in "Zooman" in 1995. Played Bernadette Walsh (Candyman) in "Boogeymen: The Killer Compilation" in 2001. Played herself in "Page to Screen" in 2002. Played herself in "Sisters in Cinema" in 2003. Played herself in "Sweets to the Sweet: The Candyman Mythos" in 2004. Played herself in "Made in Hollywood" in 2005. Played herself in "The 17th Annual Gotham Awards" in 2007. Played herself in "Directors on Directing 2: The Story of the Storytellers" in 2014. (MORE)
The cast of Ikaw kasi - 1955 includes: Naty Bernardo Nida Blanca Val Castelo Ben Castillo Manding Claro Nestor de Villa Oscar Kesse Mario Roldan Greg Urbano Pianing Vidal Nenita Vidal
The cast of Kasi - 2001 includes: Kaveri Manivannan Kavya Madhavan as Lakshmi Thalaivasal Vijay as Sevvalai
The cast of Hargez Chehreye Kasi Ra Faramoush Nemikonam - 2013 includes: Mojtaba Batvandi as Subway Guy Mehdi Shadizadeh as "Me"
The cast of Kasi az gorbehaye irani khabar nadareh - 2009 includes: Bahman Ardalan as Himself - the sound engineer Hichkas as himself Abrang as Themselves Nikaien as Themselves Hamed Behdad as Nader Pouya Hosseini Ashkan Koshanejad as Ashkan Tabar Mehdi Kosh Mirzahi Babak Mirzakhani Shervin Najafian… as Shervin Ali Rahmani Hamed Seyyed Javadi as himself Negar Shaghaghi as Negar (MORE)
Kasi az gorbehaye irani khabar nadareh - 2009 is rated/received certificates of: France:U Germany:6 Ireland:12A Portugal:M/12 UK:12A
The Barakzai family, who founded the Emirate and (later) Kingdom of Afghanistan were Pashtuns. The Emirate was founded in 1826. Long prior to this, in the 18th century the Hotaki family founded an Afghan Empire and this family was also Pashtun.
One of the things that one finds quite often among Middle Easterners, South Asians, and East Asians (collectively as Asians) is that there is a very strong expectation that it is only desirable if you date within your own ethnic group. If the family of such a person finds out that he is going out wi…th someone of a different ethnicity, they will likely grill him/her endlessly about whether or not he/she is loyal to their heritage, if the significant other is trying to take advantage of him/her, whether or not he/she "really cares" about how the family feels, etc. Unfortunately, many friends and extended family members serve as an extended set of informers for the central family, so your boyfriend may be hesitant of introducing you to said individuals. The atmosphere is very hostile and he is likely trying to protect both you and himself from this blowout until the relationship has passed the point of no-return. The only exception to this rule that I have found is when such individuals "date White", which is, in many Asian minds, to be "marrying up" and there are fewer issues with such relationships, but this can differ between Asian families In many ways, this is a form of racism which should be pointed out and discussed. If you find this treatment offensive, you should talk about it with your boyfriend and make it clear how you feel. (MORE)