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The Mashwani tribe is a Syed tribe descent from the Islamic Prophet Muhammad through his daughter Syedah Fatimah and Babul Ilm Hazrat Ali Ibne Abu Talib. The lineage transcends from Hazrat Imam Hussain and Hazrat Imam Jafer Sadiq through his son Syed Muhammad Ismail. The progenitor of the Mashwanis migrated from what is now Hiraat and then to India (Delhi).Prince or governor of then Persia(Iran) Syed kalan Gesu Daraz around 800C.E the fifth generation from imam Jafare Sadiq son of syed Qaf had a change of heart here followed by a beautiful love story.It is worth mentioning that the first Bande Nawaz|Hazrat Syed Muhammad Hussaini commonly known as Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz who married a Pashtun woman of the Kakar tribe and had two sons, Stouryani(Ustarana) and Mashwani. In Pashto language Inkpot is called Mashwani, so the "Mashwani" is the title of Syed Masood Ali Shah Hussaini. Banda Nawaz Syed Muhammad Gaisu Daraaz was famous saint mystic of chishti order and preacher of Islam due to his long hair he was called Gaisu Daraaz, The Title of Gesu Daraz given by His Teacher Syed Naseer-du-deen Chiragh Delvi reh. Gesudaraz died in Gul Barga-India. Later Mashwani tribe migrated to different parts of Sub-Continent of Asia.
Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa s.a.w.a Syeda Fatima-tuz-Zehra R.A W/O Hazrat Ali Ibn-e-Abu Talib Hazrat Imam Hussain R.A Hazrat Imam Ali (Zain-ul-Abideen, Sajjad) r.a Hazrat Imam Muhammad Baqir r.a Hazrat Imam Muhammad Jafer Sadiq r.a Hazrat Syed Muhammad Ismail r.a 8. Hazrat Syed Shah Jalal r.a 9. Hazrat Syed Shah Qaim r.a 10. Hazrat Syed Jafer r.a 11. Hazrat Syed Umer r.a 12. Hazrat Syed Ghuffar (Yousaf) r.a 13. Hazrat Syed Muhammad Hussaini 14. Hazrat Syed Masood Ali Shah (Mashwani) r.a 
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Mashwanis are related to Gandapurs or Afghanpurs. They cite Gandapur, Mashwani, Wardak, and Ustrana as being brothers and the sons of Syed Muhammad Husyni.After the migration from Afghanistan, the Gandapurs settled in the Daman Vally of present District Dera Ismail Khan. The Ustrana tribe also resided over the mountains of Koh-e-Suleman, and the Wardaks are found in District Mardan.
in Wardag province and some in Kunner. Some live in the suburbs of the mountainous valley Sirikot Gudwalian (Goodvalley). Lodin.Umar khana. Moosakhel. The Mashwanis migrated to India and settled in different areas in Pakistan. There are great numbers of Mashwanis in the cities of . The Mashwanis played an active role against the Sikhs and the British alongside other Pashtun tribes of the region. some in Loralai and Mastung. Taharkhaili. and others in Mohmand Agency. Village Kamalpur Musa (District Attock). Tareens. Gudwalian. are heroes of the Frontier. Baji Khel . Mashwani have been taking part in the armies from the past. Yousafkhel. Hasankhel (Sindh). Wares khail. Dura Khail. and some in Mandagi near Shikarpur area in Sindh province.  Demographics and languages Some Mashwanis inhabit the mountainous areas. who was martyred by Sikhs. Syed Umer Khetab Shah of the District Haripur Gallai has researched for the last 30 to 35 years on how the Mashwani tribe came to Afghanistan. Sakhar. Janikhel. Shalmani. such as a remote and beautiful village called Sirikot in District Haripur and District Dir. a respectable number are settled in District Dir and Swat (mainly in the village of Totano Bandai and Dardyal). Bhatal. Hussainkhel.  Sub-tribes Some of the more famous khels and sub-sections of the Mashwani include: Mani Khail. Haseen Khail. shoony khel. and Tehsil Ghazi. Rustam khel.and Syed Shafi Shah and Syed Abdullah Shah from Punjpai and Quetta have published their books on Mashwani tribe. Rahatkhel. Azadkhel. Mashwanis can be mainly found in Sirikot. Tanoli. Mughalkhaili. Murjankhel. Senkhel.The Ustrana tribe are situated near the border of Baluchistan and it is inside NWFP this tribe is belong to Hazrat Gaisu Daraz and the name of the two major villages belong to this tribe is kohi bahara and kohi pewar coming in the jurisdiction of Fr DIKhan .Gulezai(kunr and dir) . Balochistan and some in Sindh in Pakistan. some are settled in Mohmand Agency and majority in Baluchistan Province live in Punjpai. Ghareeb. Ganjiyan.sherawal Kundi in District Haripur. such as the NorthWest Frontier Province. Sahib Khail. Wahdet khail. including the Swatis. Many famous personalities from Mashwani tribe scattered in Pakistani provinces of Frontier and Baluchistan have rose to fame levels in various fields. of the KHAYBER PUKTOON KHWA. Kazyooni. The soldiership of Mashwanis continued after the birth of Pakistan. and Jadoon People like Salim Shah Mashwani. Others live in Tor Dheri in District Swabi and District Mardan. [SurkoZai and Mian Khanzia(Quetta Tehsil"Panjpai")]. Pakistan and India. village Ismaila in district Swabi. Some are settled in Tor Dheri in District Swabi. Adamkhel. Argandau in Kandhar province. But still a huge number of them live in Afghanistan. Jalalkhel(Quetta and Panjpai) and Duarakhhel. Quetta.such as Punjwai. and Totanobandai village and Dardyal in District Swat. Roghani. Matkani.
historical and traditional. Chontrai. together with an ethnological and ethnographical account An?ari ?Ali Sher ?Ali . Gudwalian is behind Sirikot and in the bottom of high hills towards Haripur.Tazkara-e-Sadaat. Halat-eMashwani 3. of the Musalman races found in Sind. Serai. Loralai.1901. ^ short sketch. Kunner and more than one hundred families in Gandghar Kabul.1901. their genealogical sub-division and septs.Shanie. historical and traditional. Botigram. Sobra Sector of HAMLET COLONY IN TEHSIL GHAZI. SHERAWAL.1901 • Tareekh-e-Tibri • Muarat-al-Asraar • Tareekh-e-Hazara • Khazina-e-Asfiya Part-I (Persian) • Siraj-al-Tawareek (Persian) • Daar-ul-Muaarif • Khursheed Jahaan (Persian) • Tazkara-Tul-Aoliya • Tuzk-e-Jahangiri • Tazkara-e-Ghosiya • Tareeh-e-Muhammadi • Tareekh-e-Jaduliya • • • • . Hayat-e-Afghani  Bibliography Gulistaan-e-Chishtia Published in India Manaqib-al-Aoliya Tareekh-e-Hazara short sketch. Bagoona. Many of the Mashwani who are living in Haripur are Pashto speaking. Ramdara. Mochi Mera. Many of them proved to be good soldiers in the British army. Kotkey Bugnian. There are still numbers of Mashwanis around Kabul. Mastung. their genealogical sub-division and septs. Darra. Chinarkot.  References 1. Sangar. Tattaroo. historical and traditional. Quetta. Baluchistan and Afghanistan. of the Musalman races found in Sind. ^ Gulistaan-e-Chishtia Published in India. in Sindh Madagi. Boketar. Another Mashwani-populated area is (Good Valley) Gudwalian. ^ Mukhzan-e-Afghani. Choo. UMARKHANA. Tangdara. many still continued to join this profession. panait. their genealogical sub-division and septs. GARHI MAIRA. of the Musalman races found in Sind. Baluchistan and Afghanistan. Kandhar. KURCHAHA. Punjpai. 14 km from Haripur and 25 km from Hasan Abdal. short sketch. And in Balochistan. together with an ethnological and ethnographical account An?ari ?Ali Sher ?Ali . They are also founded in the areas of Attock. 2. Bacca. After the birth of Pakistan. Shaypattay. Pallososar. Sawgound. Bilaha. together with an ethnological and ethnographical account An?ari ?Ali Sher ?Ali .Peshawar and Quetta. Shikarpur and Karachi. Chaghi. Gallai. Baluchistan and Afghanistan. KUNDI. SOBRA OF UNION COUNCIL KUNDI. Other important areas of the Mashwani are Basu Mera. Hurnai. Narian. Tawareekh-e-Farishta Part I-II.
• • • • • • • • • • • • • Tawareekh-e-Farishta Part I-II (Persian) Roza-e-Islam Ser-e-Muhammadi Hazara District Gezetor (English)-1907 Safina-tul-Aoliya Mukhzan-e-Afghani Muarij-al-Walaya Akhbar-al-Aoliya Nafhat-Al-Ans Hayat-e-Afghani Halat-e-Mashwani Tazkara-e-Sadaat Halaat-e-Mashwani  External links • • • • Banda-Nawaz Mashwani.a .com ZAMONG SIRIKOT .An Online Community Of Sirikot Citizens Syed soleman shah r.