Painda Khel

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The Painda Khel is a clan of the Tanoli origin which inhabits lands in Bajna and Mansehra and north of Mansehra District in Pakistan. [1] In the 19th century they fought battles against the British with the Hazara Expedition of 1888. [ citation needed ] they also live in Dir, Buner and Swat district of KPK.[ clarification needed ]

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References

  1. "Painda Khel, Tribal area,Federally Administered Tribal Areas | Rastha.Co.In | Page 412208". Rastha.Co.In. Retrieved 2017-01-03.