The native Pashtun tribes, who are often described as fiercely independent people, have inhabited the Pashtunistan region since at least the 1st millennium BC. Much of their mountainous territory has always remained without government rule or control. This is perhaps the main reason why the indigenous Pashtuns still follow Pashtunwali codes, which is a basic common law of the land or “code of life”. Pashtunwali rules are accepted in Afghanistan and Pakistan (mainly in and around the Pashtunistan region), including by some of the Pashtun communities around the world.
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Za ta sara meena kwam = I love you. Ta zama khwakh ye = I like you. Za ta der yadawom = I miss you very much ta ma ta der yadegy = I miss you. Da zrra sara/sare = with heart pa zra me har wakht rawarege = I miss u all the time Ta der kabarjan ye = (means) you are not giving any attention to me Ya zamaa jaanukai = O my darling Allah pak somra khokoli stergi darkari di = Ah God has bestowed u with