Tarzi

The Tarzi (Pashto: طرزۍ‎) family is a branch of the Pashtun, Mohamedzai tribe of Afghanistan (who are a sub-tribe of the greater Barakzai clan). Although a smaller branch of the Barakzai ruling dynasty, the Tarzi family has produced some of the most famous and affluent members. The founder of Tarzi family was Ghulam Muhammad Tarzi.

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Mahmud Tarzi Cultural Foundation
... On September 1, 2005, the Mahmud Tarzi Cultural Foundation was established in Kabul, Afghanistan with its headoffice in Mahmud Tarzi High School ... A major project that the cultural foundation is starting in the Spring of 2007 is the Mahmud Tarzi Compound in Afghanistan ... contains a library and a museum for Mahmud Tarzi’s works, a street children care center (for the remembrance of Asma Rasmia who was the wife of Mahmud Tarzi), and a women's care center (for the remembrance of Melika ...
Soraya Tarzi - Early Life and Family Background
... Soraya Tarzi was born on November 24, 1899, in Damascus, Syria ... was the daughter of the famed Afghan political figure, Sardar Mahmud Tarzi, and granddaughter of Sardar Ghulam Muhammad Tarzi ... nation was the return of Afghan exiles, specifically that of the Tarzi family and others ...
Tarzi - Notable Individuals
... Ghulam Muhammad Tarzi Founder of "Tarzi" name, ruler of Kandahar and Baluchistan ... Soraya Tarzi Queen of Afghanistan, grand daughter of Ghulam Muhammad Tarzi ... Mahmud Tarzi Statesman and Father of Afghan journalism ...
Barakzai - Mohammadzai
... The Tarzi family is a branch of the Mohammadzai of Afghanistan ... a smaller branch of the Barakzai ruling dynasty, the Tarzi family has produced some of the most famous and affluent members ... The founder of Tarzi family was Ghulam Muhammad Tarzi ...
Soraya Tarzi
... Soraya Tarzi, known mostly as Queen Soraya (Pashto/Persian ملکه ثريا) (November 24, 1899 – April 20, 1968), was the Queen consort of Afghanistan in the early 20th century and the wife of King Amanullah Khan ... was educated by her father who was the famed Afghan leader and intellectual Sardar Mahmud Tarzi ...