A Cute Pakistani Buzdar Kid

a cute pakistani buzdar kid

Daniel Buzdar

By: Khalid Buzdar

Welcome

Welcome to Buzdor.net, the International Buzdor Brotherhood website. There's a lot for us to talk about. If you're a Buzdor, Bozdor, or Buzdar, or a descendant of the above to the 7th generation, feel free to register and contribute. Our goal is to foster brotherhood, community, and collaboration among our worldwide family.

If you have any questions, contact myself or another member via the profile email link or an internal message.

-- Nathan Buzdor

NOTICE: Because of problems with "guests" leaving unsolicited advertisments, only members are allowed to leave comments on the web-site. If you would like to become a member, please sign-up. However, be aware that names like "efq13z" will not be granted membership. You must leave your name and a valid e-mail address to be considered for membership.

My son with his son.

Here is my son, Michael, with his first child, Payton Connor.

My First Grandchild

On April 13, my son, Michael Buzdor, and his wife, Katie, had their first son, Payton Connor.

I will upload some pictures soon.

Roy Buzdor

I Am Sorry

I apologize for the spam in this account.

I have been watching the main page to make sure that no one over-wrote our web page with anything, but I did not think to check the comments.

I found that some one filled the comments with advertisments. I have deleted all those comments, and hopefully I have kept all the posts in tact.

I have also changed the permissions so that from now on only members can comment, and in order to become a member, an administrator must approve your membership.

I hope this will keep our website more on a family basis. We are all part of the Bozdor/Buzdar/Buzdor family.

Roy Buzdor

I am Roy Buzdor.

I live in the United States and I have a degree in Chemistry. I have been working with computers for more than two decades.

I guess I am the "patriarch" of our branch of the Buzdor family, although, in the US, that does not mean very much as each family is very self-contained. We do not keep in very close contact with our extended families (married brothers or sisters, cousins, uncles, or grand-parents) as other societies do.

Nathan Buzdor, the founder of this web site, and Buzdor.Com was my eldest son. Now that he has passed away, the responsibility for the site falls to me.

Yunus Buzdar

My name is muhammad Yunus Ali Buzdar I am born at Mithewali Pakistan and have done my Master Degree in Commmerce from BZU Multan and now student of ACCA UK Part 2.
I am working as Finance Manager at Multan Enterprises(Pvt)Ltd.My futur ambitions are to do research work on Interest free banking after completion of ACCA.I am currently residing at walayat Abad Multan.

One less Buzdor.

I am Roy Buzdor. Nathan was my eldest son. I am sorry to report that Nathan lost a 3-year battle with cancer on July 19, 2006.
He fought hard to the end, and he died like a man.

I intend to keep the Buzdor web-sites, Buzdor.Com, Buzdor.Net and Buzdor.Org available as long as possible, and I will try to keep them to the same projects that Nathan had set up, so Buzdor.Net will continue to be an international gathering for the community of Buzdors.

Roy Buzdor

Buzdars in Pakistan

Buzdars are living in Pakistan for hundreds of years. About on millions buzdars live in various parts of Pakistan i.e. Mangrotha, Tribal Area, Mithewali, Nutkani, Kot Addu, Layyah, Sikhani Wala, Mehray Wala and Interor Sindh. Basically Buzdors and other Baloch tribes migrated from Greece hundreds of years ago. Their root of migration was from Greece to Turkey, Iraq (Masopotima), Iran and Finally to Baluchisnt (Now Province of Pakistan. We never known that many buzdors lived in Eastern Europe, Europe and USA. By Buzdor.com we came to know that many brothers are living outside Pakistan.

USA Buzdors

There are a very few Buzdor families in the USA. There is one family in the Midwest, and a few others in the West, Alaska, and in the Southeast.

To the best of our knowledge, the Alaskan, Midwest, and Southeastern familes are descendents of one or more immigrants from Hungary between 1875 and 1915. There are living members of the second, third, fourth, and fifth generation from the immigrants now in the USA.