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  • n. Plural form of pakol.


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  • Turbans, qaraquls, and pakols, made famous by Ahmad Massoud during the Soviet-Afghan War, were everywhere.

    A Nightmare’s Prayer

  • On their heads were either flat woolen Afghan pakols or ball caps.

    Imperial Grunts

  • They sat and smoked atop tanks, dressed in their fatigues and ubiquitous pakols.

    A Thousand Splendid Suns

  • The Baluch are identified by their grandiose white turbans, the Pashtoons from southern Afghanistan by smaller, darker ones, and the Pashtoons from northern Afghanistan by flat woolen caps called pakols.

    The Lawless Frontier

  • Draw some wearing shalwar kamiz with turbans, patoos or pakols.


  • Hazaras, Nuristanisshalwar kamiz, patoos, pakols and women look like? "



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