The Qashqai tribe, many of whom are Turks, has roots from Turks, Arabs, Kurds and Lors. These brave and hard-working tribe who call their language Turkish, but have the Turkish language of the Western Oghuz. Of course, these Iranian tribes have the holy religion of Islam and are Shia. In fact, the Qashqai tribe should be considered a happy group that shows great interest in group dances and celebrations. Let us also talk about the great interest of the Qashqai tribe in drinking tea and smoking hookah.
Although the main place of residence of the Qashqai tribe should be considered as Fars province, but the dispersion of their population in many parts of Iran can be seen, such as areas of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad and Jahar Mahal and Bakhtiari, Khuzestan, Isfahan and Bushehr provinces.