Shekh Ali District

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Shekh Ali
شیخ‌علی
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Shekh Ali
شیخ‌علی
Location in Afghanistan
Coordinates: 34°56′47″N68°31′08″E / 34.9463°N 68.5188°E / 34.9463; 68.5188 Coordinates: 34°56′47″N68°31′08″E / 34.9463°N 68.5188°E / 34.9463; 68.5188
CountryFlag of Afghanistan.svg  Afghanistan
Province Parwan Province
Population
   Ethnicities
Hazara people
  Religions
Islam
Time zone + 4.30

Sheikh Ali is a district in Parwan Province in Afghanistan, which is inhabited with ethnic Hazara. The Sheikh Ali Hazara tribe in Sheikh Ali district are: Daikalan, Naiman, Qarlugh, Karam Ali and Babur.

Sheikh Ali also has a small minority of Ismaili Hazara at the Bamiyan border of Shibar Pass.

The main villages of shekh ali are: [1]

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References

  1. http://afg.humanitarianresponse.info/sites/default/files/afg_province_reference_map_dd_2012Jan04_A0_Parwan.pdf%5B%5D