The Tanoli (Hindko/Urdu: تنولی, تناولی; Hindustani: تنولي) are a tribe living mostly in the Hazara area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. They form the majority of the population of Lassan Nawab union council. The Tanoli describe themselves either as Pashtuns from the Ghazni area or as Barlas Turks. The Tanoli submitted to British colonial rule in the 1840s.
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The Tanolis' own history classifies them conflictingly as either Pakhtuns from the vicinity of Ghazni or Turks of the Barlas sub-clan.Cite magazine requires