Book references for Kakazai / کاکا زي /‎ کاکا زَئی (a.k.a. Loye or Loi Mamund / لو ئے مَاموند) Pashtuns

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“Well known tribes of the Pathans are Kaker, Mando Khail, Kab Zai, Achakzai, Kansi, Ghalzai, Tarin, Issa Khail and Kaka Zai. They live in Pishin, Quetta, Zhob and Loralai districts.”

“Grassroots: Volumes 15-16”
University of Sindh, Pakistan Studies Centre – 1990

“In Gurdaspur district of Punjab, there was a considerable Afghan population. One of their tribes were the Kakazai Afghans who were mostly traders and agriculturalists. The Afghans migrated and settled in various parts of Amritsar and Mianwalli districts at different periods.”

“The Afghan nobility and the Mughals: 1526-1707”
by Rita Joshi – 1985 (Page Number: 9)

“The majority of the inhabitants of Balochistan are Sunni Muslims of the Hanafi school. The best known tribes of the Pushtuns are Kaker, Mando Khail, Kab Zai, Achakzai, Kansi, Ghalzai, Tarin, Issa Kail and Kaka Zai.”

“Gender and property law in Pakistan: resources and discourses”
by Rubya Mehdi, Vanguard, 2002

“I do not propose to take any action against Charmungis or Salarzai, as they are not opposed us as tribes, although individuals have fought against us in Mamund valley. The Khan of Nawagai can put pressure on former tribe, and the Salarzai can be kept in order by Khans of Jhar and Khar. There remains the Mamunds. Political Officer has today received word that Wara section, which comprises about half the tribe, is on its way in with some arms and instalment of fine; the Kakazai, which is the remaining half, is also inclined to come in, and I am suspending further punishment till intentions of tribes are quite clear.”

“Military operations on the north-west frontiers of India, Papers regarding the British relations with the neighboring tribes of the north-west frontier of India, 1897-98”
by Great Britain. India Office – 1898 (Page Number: 129)

“The Mamunds, the last and most important of the four sections of the Tarkanri tribe, inhabit the Mamund or Watelai valley, which lies between the two Salarzai valleys of Chaharmung and Babukarra. Like the Salarzai, the Mamunds also own lands in Shortan and Marwara, in the Kunar valley of Afghanistan. From the Lakra range, which forms its north-western boundary, a spur jutting out near Lakra Sar (9,370 feet) runs south-east and divides the main Watelai Nala from a western branch called the Kakazai Nala. To the east of the Watelai, the valley is known as Wur Mamund, and to the west as Kakazai Mamund country.”

“Frontier and Overseas Expeditions from India: Tribes north of the Kabul River,” India. Army. Intelligence Branch, William Henry Paget, Govt. Monotype Press, 1907 (Page 515)

A dictionary of the Pathan tribes on the north-west frontier of India
by The General Staff Army Headquarter, Calcutta, India – (Originally Published 1910)

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