106th Hazara Pioneers The 106th Hazara Pioneers was a pioneer infantry regiment of the British Indian Army.
1870 in science The year 1870 in science and technology involved some significant events, listed below.
2003 Quetta mosque bombing 2003 Quetta mosque bombing was first of its kind terrorist, sectarian attack as for the first time a suicide bomber was used and one of the deadliest attacks on Hazara people, the Shia minority ...
2004 Quetta Ashura massacre The 2004 Quetta Ashura massacre is the sectarian terrorist attack on Tuesday 2 March 2004 during an Ashura procession in southwester city of Quetta, in Balochistan province of Pakistan.
2011 Hazara Town shooting 2011 Hazara Town shooting refers to a massacre of Hazara people on May 6, 2011 in Hazara Town, Quetta city of Pakistan which left 8 dead and at least 15 wounded.
2011 Mastung bus shooting The 2011 Mastung bus shooting was an armed attack on 20 September 2011 on a bus traveling in Mastung District near the city of Quetta in the Pakistani province of Balochistan.
4th Hazara Pioneers The 4th Hazara Pioneers (or Independent Pioneer Battalion) was a regiment of the British Indian Army formed in 1922, when the Indian army moved from single battalion regiments to multi-bat...
Abdul Ali Mazari Abdul Ali Mazari (عبدلعلی مزاری) was a political leader of the Hezbe Wahdat during and following the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
Abdul Haq Shafaq Abdul Haq Shafaq (عبدالحق شفق) is the current Governor of Faryab.
Abdul Khaliq Hazara (assassin) Abdul Khaliq Hazara was an Afghan student at Nijat High School in Kabul who assassinated King Nadir Khan of Afghanistan on 8 November 1933, during a reward distribution ceremony.
Abrar Hussain (boxer) Abrar Hussain (February 9, 1965 – June 16, 2011) was professional Pakistani Welterweight and Light-middleweight boxer.
Afshar Operation The Afshar Operation was a military operation by Ahmad Shah Massoud and Burhanuddin Rabbani's Islamic State of Afghanistan government forces and Abdul Rasul Sayyaf's Ittehad-i Islami forces agai...
Ahmad Behzad Ahmad Behzad (احمد بهزاد) is the 2nd deputy of the Afghan Parliament.
Ahmed Ali Kohzad Ahmed Ali Kohzad (Urdu: احمد علی کوهزاد) is a prominent Hazara Politician in Quetta Pakistan and General Secretary of Hazara Democratic Party.
Aimaq Hazara The Aimaq Hazaras (Hazara-e-kala-e-nau, Hazara-e-qala-e-naw, Sunni Hazara, Aimaq-Hazara) are the Aimaq's subtribe of Hazara origin, however they are Sunni Muslims and other Hazaras are Shia Muslims.
Ajristan District Ajristan (اجرستان), also spelled Ajeristan, is a district in the western part of Ghazni Province, Afghanistan.
Akram Yari Akram Yari (اکرم یاری) was a Maoist political organizer in Afghanistan.
Ali Ahmadi (nomad) Ali Ahmadi (also known as Nomad) is an Afghan Australian actor, performer and martial artist.
Ali Baba Taj Ali Baba Taj (born 1977) is an Urdu, Persian and Hazaragi poet, based in Quetta, Pakistan.
Amir Khusrow Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrow (1253–1325 CE) Hindi अमीर खुसरो, (better known as Amīr Khusrow (also Khusrau, Khusro) Dehlawī (meaning Amir Khusrow of Delhi) was a Sufi musician, poet and...
Attarwala The Attarwala are a Muslim community found in the state of Gujarat in India.
Dai Mirdad The Dai Mirdad are a tribe of the Hazara people, living largely in Dara-i-Suf District, Samangan Province, Afghanistan.
Dai Mirdad (Hazara tribe) The Dai Mirdad are a tribe of the Hazara people, living largely in Dara-i-Suf District, Samangan Province, Afghanistan.
Daikundi (Hazara tribe) Daikundi is one of the major tribes of the Hazaras of Hazarajat, located in central Afghanistan.
Daily Awaz-e Nasle Nau Awaz-e Nasle Nau (آواز نسل نو) is a daily newspaper founded by Tanzeem Nasle Nau Hazara Mughal based in Quetta, Pakistan.
Daizangi Daizangi (or Dhaizangi) is one of the major tribes of the Hazaras of Hazarajat in central Afghanistan.
Daizangi (Hazara tribe) Daizangi (or Dhaizangi) is one of the major tribes of the Hazaras of Hazarajat in central Afghanistan.
Daizinyat (Hazara tribe) Daizinyat is a tribe of Hazaras in Afghanistan who mainly lived Badghis' region, Qala'e Naw, located at the east of Darya'e Kas (Kas river), is the famous fort and place that this tribe live...
Daoud Ali Najafi Daud Ali Najafi (داود نجفی) (February 17, 1968) is a politician in Afghanistan.
Daud Najafi Daud Najafi is the current Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation of Afghanistan.
Dawood Sarkhosh Dawood or Daud Sarkhosh is an Afghan poet, singer, and musician born 1971 in Daykundi, Oruzgan of Afghanistan.
Elaha Soroor Elaha Soroor (also spelled as Elaha Sorur) (الهه سرور) was born in 1988 in Iran.
Faiz Mohammad Katib Hazara Faiz Mohammad Katib son of Saeed Mohammad b. Khudydad was born in 1862-63, in Zard Sang village of Qarabagh district, Ghazni Province of Afghanistan, he spent a part of his life in Nahoor an...
Fariba Rezayee Fariba Rezayee (فریبا رضایی) (born September 3, 1985) is an Afghan judoka, who is perhaps best known as one of the first two women athletes from Afghanistan to compete in the Summer Olympics.
Fatema Akbari Fatema Akbari is an Afghan entrepreneur and women's advocate who is founder of the Gulistan Sasaqat Company and non-governmental organization the Women Affairs Council.
Fatima Akbari Fatema Akbari is the owner of Gulistan Sadaqat Company, a furniture manufacturing business in Kabul.
Friba Razayee Friba Rezayee is an Afghan judoka, who is perhaps best known as one of the first two women athletes from Afghanistan to compete in the Summer Olympics.
General Khodaidad Colonel General Khodaidad is a former Minister of Counter Narcotics of Afghanistan.
Hazara people Hazāra (هزاره) are a Persian-speaking people who mainly live in central Afghanistan.
Hazara Student Federation The Hazara Student Federation (HSF) is a student political Federation of Hazara students in Pakistan which represents the Hazaras living in Pakistan.
Hazara Town Hazara Town is a lower- to middle-income area on the western outskirts of Quetta, Pakistan with a population of up to 70,000, of which an approximately three-quarters are Hazara people with mino...
Hazaragi cuisine Hazaragi cuisine refers to the food and cuisine of the Hazara people in central Afghanistan and western Pakistan.
Hazarajat The Hazarajat is the homeland of the Hazaras, and lies in the central highlands of Afghanistan, among the Koh-i-Baba mountains and the western extremities of the Hindu Kush.
Hidden in Plain Sight Hidden in Plain Sight (Piilottajan päiväkirja) is a non-fiction book by Juha Suoranta on helping a minor asylum seeker in Finland.
Hussain Ali Yousafi Hussain Ali Yousafi (Persian/Urdu: حسین علی یوسفی) was an ethnic Hazara politician in Balochistan, Pakistan.
Hussain Andaryas Hussain Andaryas (born June 23, 1965) is a Christian Afghan American and televangelist who hosts many websites and radio programs.
Hussain Sadiqi Hussain Sadiqi (حسین صادقی) is a Hazara Australian actor and martial artist.
Ismail Balkhi Sayed Ismail Balkhi was one of the most prominent reformist leaders in 20th-century Afghanistan.
Jaghori (Hazara tribe) The Jaghori are a tribe of Hazara people in Afghanistan, who mostly inhabit Ghazni Province.
Jan Ali Changezi Jan Ali Changezi is the former Minister for Education in the Balochistan Government.
January 2013 Alamdar Road bombings January 2013 Alamdar Road bombings refers to the Terrorist attack on 10 January 2013, when a Suicide bomber blew himself in a Snooker hall, around 08:50 PM PST, which was followed by a Car bomb ...
Kamran Mir Hazar Kamran Mir Hazar (Dari/ Hazaragi : کامران میرهزار) (born 1976) is a Hazara poet, journalist and human rights activist.
Karim Khalili Karim Khalili (کریم خلیلی) is the current Vice President of Afghanistan in the administration of President Hamid Karzai.
Kuchi-Hazara conflict Kuchi–Hazara conflict is the series of conflicts between Kuchis and Hazaras over the lands in Hazarajat, the central highlands of Afghanistan, since the early 18th century.
Malek Shafi'i Malek Shafi’i (ملک شفیعی) is a film director, festival organizer and human rights activist.
Maska (Hazara tribe) The Maska are a tribe of the Hazara people, found in Afghanistan and neighboring countries.
Meena Hazara Meena Hazara is the gold medalist of 2010 SA Games in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Mir Yazdanbakhsh Mir Yazdanbakhsh of Kharzar was a chieftain of the Hazara people in the Hazarajat of central Afghanistan in the 19th century.
Moghol people The Moghols (Mogul, Mongul) are descendants of the Mongol Empire's soldiers in Afghanistan.
Mogols The Moghols (Mogul, Mongul) are descendants of the Mongol Empire's soldiers in Afghanistan.
Mohammad Ishaq Al-Fayyad Grand Ayatollah Mohammad Ishaq al-Fayyad (also Fayad, Fayyadh; محمد إسحاق الفياض) (born in 1930) is the second most senior Shi'a marja living in Iraq after Ali al-Sistani.
Mohammad Mohaqiq Mohammad Mohaqiq (محمد محقق) is the founder and chairman of the People's Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan.
Mohaqiq Kabuli Grand Ayatullah Mohaqiq Kabuli (Persian: حضرت آية الله العظمى محقق كابلى) was born in the village of Turkman in Afghan province of Parwan north west of Kabul.
Pashi (Hazara tribe) The Pashi are an ethnic group considered to be a Hazara tribe in Afghanistan; they are found Jaghori and Malistan districts.
Persecution of Hazara people Persecution of Hazara people refers to systematic discrimination, ethnic cleansing and genocide of the Shia Hazara people, who are primarily from the central highland region of Hazarajat in Af...
Persecution of Hazara people in Quetta Persecution of Hazaras in Quetta refers to the systematic genocide, religious discrimination and ethnic cleansing of Hazara people in southwestern city of Quetta in Pakistani province of Balochistan.
Persecution of Hazaras in Quetta Persecution of Hazaras in Quetta refers to the systematic genocide, religious discrimination and ethnic cleansing of Hazara people in southwestern city of Quetta in Pakistani province of Balochistan.
Poladha The Poladha (alternately Polada, Fuladi, Puladi) are a Hazara tribe found in Afghanistan, of the Southern branch of Hazara.
Poladha (Hazara tribe) The Poladha (alternately Polada, Fuladi, Puladi) are a Hazara tribe found in Afghanistan, of the Southern branch of Hazara.
Qazi Faez Isa Qazi Faez Isa is the current Chief Justice of the Balochistan High Court in Pakistan.
Qazi Muhammad Essa Qazi Muhammad Essa (Qazi Essa) had great participation in the formation of political party of Muslims (Muslim league) Balochistan before 1947.
Qorban Ali Kaboli Grand Ayatullah Qorban Ali Kabli (Mohaqeq Kaboli) (Persian: حضرت آية الله العظمى محقق كابلى) (born 1928) is a Twelver Shi'a marja in Afghanistan.
Qurban Ali Oruzgani Qurban Ali Oruzgani (قربان علی ارزگانی) is the current governor of Daykundi Province of Afghanistan.
Ramazan Bashardost Ramazan Bashardost (رمضان بشردوست) (born 1965) is Afghanistan's former Planning Minister, a current member of the National Assembly of Afghanistan and was an independent candidate in the Afghan ...
Robina Muqimyar Robina Jalali, also known as Robina Muqimyar (born July 3, 1986 in Kabul, Afghanistan) is a former Olympic athlete who represented Afghanistan at the 2004 and 2008 Olympics and in 30 inter...
Rohullah Nikpai Rohullah Nikpai (روحالله نیکپا) (born June 15, 1987) is an Afghan taekwondo practitioner and two-time Olympic bronze medalist.
Saba Kahn Saira Batool is one of the first female pilots of the Pakistan Air Force in over 55 years of all male enlistment.
Safdar Tawakoli Safdar Tawakoli (صفدر توکلی) (born 1942) is a musician from Afghanistan who focuses on afghan folkloric music Hazaragi music.
Saira Batool Saira Batool is one of the first female pilots of the Pakistan Air Force in over 55 years of all male enlistment.
Samad Ali Changezi Samad Ali Changezi was a Flight Lieutenant in Pakistan Air Force who fought in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.
Sarwar Danish Sarwar Danish (سرور دانش) is the former Afghan Minister of Justice.
Sayed Anwar Rahmati Anwar Rahmati (انور رحمتی) is a politician in Afghanistan, serving as Governor of Sar-e Pol from 25 May 2010 to 3 April 2012.
Sayyid Ali Beheshti Sayyid Ali Beheshti was a leader of the Shia Hazara ethnic group of Afghanistan, who became president of the Shura-yi Enqelabi-yi Ettefaq-i Islami-yi Afghanistan (Revolutionary Council of th...
Shah Gul Rezai Shah Gul Rezai was elected to represent Ghazni Province in Afghanistan's Wolesi Jirga, the lower house of its National Legislature, in 2005.
Shahr-e Gholghola Shahr-e Gholghola also is 13th century city in Bamyan, Afghanistan which was conquered by Gengis Khan after months of surrounding.
Shahr-e Zuhak, Bamyan Shahr-e Zuhak also known as The Red City is an historic city ruins in Bamyan, Afghanistan which was once home to 3,000 people.
Shaima Rezayee Shaima Rezayee (1981 – May 18, 2005) was a female TV presenter on the Afghan music television channel, Tolo TV. Rezayee was a rising star in the post-Taliban ruled Afghanistan, specially v...
Shakeeb Hamdard Shekeb Hamdard (شكیب همدرد), born as Ahmad Shekeb, is a well-known singer of Afghanistan.
Sharbat Ali Changezi Sharbat Ali Changezi is a retired Air Marshal of Pakistan Air Force and veteran of Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 and 1971.
Sima Samar Sima Samar (سیما سمر) (born 3 February 1957) is a well known woman’s and human rights advocate, activist and a social worker within national and international forums, who served as Minister of W...
Sultan Ali Keshtmand Sultan Ali Keshtmand (سلطانعلی کشتمند), sometimes transliterated Kishtmand, born May 22, 1935 in Kabul, was an Afghan politician.
Syed Askar Mousavi Syed Askar Mousavi (Hazaragi: سید عسکر موسوی,) is an ethnic Hazara and the author of The Hazaras of Afghanistan: An Historical, Cultural, Economic and Political Study published on January 29...
Syed Nasir Ali Shah Syed Nasir Ali Shah is a Pakistani politician and parliamentarian from the Pakistan Peoples Party who is currently an elected member of the National Assembly.
Tanzeem Nasle Nau Hazara Mughal Tanzeem Nasle Nau Hazara Mughal is a welfare organization based in Quetta, Pakistan working for the welfare of Hazara people since 1965.
Taymani The Taymani are a Persian speaking Aymāq tribe in west central Afghanistan, related to Tajiks and Hazaras.
The Boy Mir The Boy Mir was made after an international hit film The Boy who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan by a British film maker Phil Grabsky.
The Hazaras (book) The Hazaras is book on the history of Hazara people and Afghanistan by the writer Hassan Poladi.
The Hazaras of Afghanistan (book) The Hazaras of Afghanistan: An Historical, Cultural, Economic and Political Study is book about the origins and history of Hazara people in Afghanistan by Dr. S.A Mousavi.
Uruzgani The Uruzgani are a tribe of Hazara people.