noun, plural Ha·za·ra, Ha·za·ras.
Origin of Hazara
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Qais is an Afghan of mixed ethnic heritage, self-described as “a Pashtun with Hazara eyes.”A Carpet Weaver’s Essential Afghan Memoir: Qais Akbar Omar’s ‘A Fort of Nine Towers’|John Kael Weston|June 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The twin attacks in Quetta, he says, specifically targeted the local minority Shia (or Hazara) community.
The worst attack occurred after nightfall on Thursday at a snooker club in Quetta in an area frequented by Hazara Shia Muslims.
For many months the Hazara highlands are buried under successive sheets of snowdrift.The Gates of India|Thomas Holdich
I saw the mother during my visit, she was a good-looking woman for a Hazara.At the Court of the Amr|John Alfred Gray
He was worshipped in Bunnu almost as much as in Hazara, was he not?The Disputed V.C.|Frederick P. Gibbon
These are all beyond the Indus, except Hazara, which is to the east of that river.Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier|T. L. Pennell
Accordingly, two columns were employed, the base of one being in the Peshawar valley, and that of the other in Hazara.Forty-one years in India|Frederick Sleigh Roberts