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Yaqubzai (Pashto : يعقوب زئی) are a Pashtun tribe of Gandapur living in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

The Gandapur also called Gandapore, is one of two Pashtun tribes who originated in southwestern Pakistan.

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History

Yaquzais are the descendants of Yaqub, the eldest son of Gandapur. Yaqub though the eldest one, was not the most brilliant of his four sons and hence the whole family of Gandapur was led by Ibrahim Khan the second son. The descendants of Ibrahim Khan are known as Ibrahim Zai(sons of Ibrahim). Yaquzai are a small segment of the whole tribe of Gandapurs. They have played no worth mentioning role in the Gandapur tribe struggle to establish themselves at Kulachi, Dera Ismail Khan in the 16th century A.D. [ citation needed ]

Kulachi Place in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

Kulachi is a city named after the Kulachi Baloch tribe and is the headquarters of Kulachi Tehsil of Dera Ismail Khan District in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It is located at 31°55′49″N70°27′31″E at an altitude of 209 metres (688 feet).

Dera Ismail Khan City in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

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The original name of Gandapur was Tairi Khan. He had four sons and a daughter. The names of the sons and daughter are as follows; [ citation needed ]

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