Povindah was the name of a class of warrior nomadic traders in Afghanistan, who belonged chiefly to the tribes of Ghilzais. Their name, which designates their occupation, is derived from the same root as the Pushtu word for to graze. They were almost wholly engaged in the carrying trade between India and Afghanistan and Central Asia. More information...
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