تایفٱ زٱند

د ڤیکیپدیا، دونسمنامٱ آزاد
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تایفٱ زٱند یٱکؽ د تایفٱیا ٱسلی خٱلک لٛۏر ٱ .[۱] جۊرؽ کاْ کریم خوݩ زٱند د اؽ اؽل ڤرؽسایٱ ۉ تٱنڳؽا سلسلٱ پاتشایی لٛۏر اْ د ڤلات اؽروݩ رٱڤٱندؽاری کردٱ .اؽ تایفٱ هان د شٱئر ملایر ڤٱلٛی د دما شا عٱباس سٱفٱڤی ڤنوناْ مال د بار کرد سی خوراسوݩ ۉ د اؽ گات ۉ د او راساگٱ کریم خوݩ زٱند دؽاری دٱ ۉ آروم آروم دۊدموݩ پاتشایی زٱندیٱ ناْ رٱڤٱندؽاری کرد [۲] .[۳] [۴]


سٱرچٱشمٱ[آلشتکاری]

دٱسٱ:ٱسلی

  1. The first category comprises two main and some other groups. One main group is the Lor, made up of four tribes: the Feylī near Ḵorramābād, whose sections migrated seasonally to within three days march from Baghdad; the Lak and Zand, whose winter quarters were in the mountains of ʿErāq (-e ʿAǰam) up to the domain of ʿAlī Šokr; the Baḵtīārī, who lived in ʿErāq (-e ʿAǰam) between Kūh-e Gīlū (= Kūhgīlūya), Behbahān, and Šūštar; and the Mamaysanī (= Mamasanī), who lived in Fārs. The other main group in this category consists of the Kurdish tribes: the Garrūs; the Kalhor; the Mokrī, whose abode stretched from Hamadān to the border of the Marāḡa district; and the Zaʿfarānlū, Saʿdānlū, Kavānlū, and Davānlū Kurds in the north of Khorasan. The remaining groups said in the document to be of Iranian origin are the Jalāyer around Marv-e Šāhīān, the Qarāʾī between Torbat (-e Ḥaydarīya) and (Torbat-e) Jām, the Langar, and the Jolāʾī. (In the other sources the Jalāyer and the Qarāʾī are counted as Turks).
  2. کریم خوݩ زٱند، “جان. ر. پری”، ڤالرشتن داڤۊد نعمت اللهی
  3. رٱجٱبی، کریم خوݩ زٱند ۉ گات ڤٱ.
  4. مۊسٱڤی نامی، مۊمٱ سادق. ڤیرگار گیتی گۊشا د ڤیرگار زٱندیٱ