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Hazaragi

Hazaragi is a language which is related to Turkish, mongolian and Indo-European languages. It is easily distinguishable from other turkic and mongolic languages spoken in different countries in South Asia. Hazaragi contains some Turkic and Mongolic words.

Abdul Taleb Zaki
                                               

Abdul Taleb Zaki

Abdul Taleb Zaki was a Hazara politician and jihadist from Afghanistan. Abdul Taleb Zaki, son of Abdul Wahid born in 1960 in Bamiyan Province of Afghanistan. He was a commander and a member of Hezbe Wahdat political party in Afghanistan. He was the governor of Bamyan Province for four years from 1994 to 1998. He died in 1998 in Ghazni Province.

                                               

Aimaq dialect

Aimaq is a ethnolect of the Persian language spoken by the Aimaq people in central northwest Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and in eastern Iran.

Ismael Balkhi
                                               

Ismael Balkhi

Sayed Ismael Balkhi was a poet, political activist and cleric in Afghanistan during the twentieth century. He was one of the thinkers and pioneers of the Islamic Movement of Afghanistan.

Ghulam Ali Wahdat
                                               

Ghulam Ali Wahdat

Ghulam Ali wahdat is an ethnic Hazara politician in Afghanistan. He was the governor of Bamyan Province from. Gholamali Vahdat, son of Nawazesh Ali, was born in the year 1962 in Bamyan Province, Afghanistan.

Hazara people
                                               

Hazara people

Hazāra are a Persian-speaking people who mainly live in central Afghanistan and in Pakistan. They are mostly Shiite Muslims and comprise the third largest ethnic group of Afghanistan, forming about 18% of the total population. Over half a million Hazaras live in neighboring Pakistan, native to the region of Quetta and also some Hazaras live in Iran mostly as refugees.

Muhammad Khwaja
                                               

Muhammad Khwaja

The Hazāra of Muhammad Khwāja is a Hazara tribe of Ghazni Province of Afghanistan. The Hazaras of Muhammad Khwaja is a member of the Barlas tribal, in the past they lived around the geography of Uzbekistan, Iran and India. The main origin of this people is Samarkand city today in Uzbekistan.

Muhammad Musa Khan Hazara
                                               

Muhammad Musa Khan Hazara

General Muhammad Musa Khan Hazara was a military personnel and politician in Pakistan. He was the fourth Commander in Chief of Pakistan Army from 1966 to 1969. He was the eldest son of Sardar Yazdan Khan, born in a Hazara family of Quetta, British India, in 1908. He died in 12 March 1991 in office as Governor of Balochistan.

                                               

Qasim Akhgar

Qasim Akhgar, was a Hazara writer, researcher, activism and theorists from Afghanistan. Qasim Akhgar, was born in 1951 in Kabul, Afghanistan. He died after an illness in 2013 in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Sharbat Ali Changezi
                                               

Sharbat Ali Changezi

Sharbat Ali Changezi is a Pakistani, Hazara retired Air Marshal. Changezi was born in Quetta, British India into a family of Hazara ethnic group, He was the Air Marshal of Pakistan Air Force and veteran of Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 and 1971.