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Scientific classification
OrderRanunculales (en) Ranunculales
DangiMenispermaceae (en) Menispermaceae
TribePachygoneae (en) Pachygoneae
GenusCocculus (en) Cocculus
jinsi Cocculus pendulus
Diels, 1910

Zagai Mamund .[1]

Zagai Mamund Zagai is the 2nd largest town in Mamund district Bajaur.

Population Zagai Village have 45678 population in 2017.

History Zagai have a great history in depeats british in 1857.

Education Zagai town have 4 government schools.

Details Zagai Mamond is a manifestation of national unity

Apart from the plains, Bajaur has a large population at the confluence of mountains and hills.  Zagai is a historical village located at the foot of Mira Ali Baba, the historic hill of Mamond, which is home to Malakhel and Yusuf Khel.  Two young IT experts Ziauddin Khan Mamund and Engineer Shakeel Ahmad Khan had repeatedly invited me to visit this historic village.  Don't get tired of talking about modern conveniences.  It would not be out of place to call Zagai Mamond, the home of Maulana Fazal Mehmood Makhfi, a great freedom fighter, a village or a town equipped with modern facilities.  The population of Zagai is between 30,000 and 40,000.  An invaluable thing about Zagai Mamond is that there are three big mosques here, Miki Masjid, Bilal Masjid, Madina Masjid. All three are located at a distance of one or two meters from each other.  People from far and wide of the village pray to him in mosques.  There is no restriction on anyone praying in the mosque.  In all mosques, prayers are offered at intervals of five minutes so that no one is deprived of praying in congregation.  The first is the Mukki Mosque and the historic mosque in which Fakhr Afghan Bacha (may Allah have mercy on him) stayed on the occasion of his visit to Bajaur.  It is mentioned many times in history.  The Bilal Mosque is a masterpiece of ancient architecture.  Its beams are of real size and it weighs a lot. Seeing this, one wonders how it was brought and installed here.
The educational ratio in Zagai is about 80%.  The 18-room primary school here is probably a record in itself.  The people here are mostly educated and well versed.  There are 4 government schools.  The foundation stone of Madrasa Nashr-ul-Uloom in Zagai was laid in 1972.  Who is busy lighting the candle of knowledge of religion.
One of the features of Zagai Mamond is the Malakhel Welfare Committee consisting of the youth here who have been engaged in welfare work since 2016.  Helping the poor on every sad occasion, Eid and other important occasions and these same youths have set up the best sewerage system of the village like this town.  The streets of the entire village were often paved by the same committee while the rest of the work was done by Ziauddin Khan Mamund with the help of MNA Gul Zafar Khan.  Nowhere in the whole village will you see dirty water flowing in the streets.
Another feature of this village is that all the mosques and houses here have 24 hours fresh water from springs.  In this village, solar lights are installed at a distance of 9, 10 yards in every street which keeps the whole village lit up in the darkness of night.  There is also a bazaar for women in the main streets of this village where all kinds of shopping for women are available.  The greatest feature of this village is that there is no enmity in this whole village, all the people are peaceful and in each other's hands.  Another feature of this village is that there are people of only one problem, there is no difference.  The mountains of this village are rich in natural minerals, there are precious stones in its mountains.  The British have also been living on the hill of this village for a long time. Their remains are found during excavations.  There are a lot of tourism opportunities in this village.  More conveniences for the people of this village have been created since the time when Dr. Hamid-ur-Rehman of PTI carried out the work of Link Road towards Mena Mamond some time ago.
The modern village, the manifestation of harmony and love, continued to shine brightly.

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  1. Blench, Roger (2007). Hausa names for trees and plants. Cambridge: Kay Williamson Educational Foundation.