2 edition of Pakhtoonwalee found in the catalog.
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Pashtunwali, the unwritten code of conduct for the Pashtun people, and the Jewish Torah surprisingly contain many striking similarities.
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The book portrays the historic life of Pakistan as a nation building a state at the beginning, after loosing East Pakistan (half of its population), flirting with terrorism, nuclear weapons and even trying to become an Islamic state; Pakistan still finds itself in the reverted task of an already formed state, trying to build a Cited by: PakiBooks Provide Free Urdu Pakhtoonwalee book, Urdu Novels, Romantic and Jasoosi Novels.
It also Provides Study Materials such as Education Books, Urdu Notes, Class Results, Paper Schemes, Past Papers, Urdu Guess Papers, and many other things. Pashtunwali (Pashto: پښتونوالی ) means the traditional lifestyle of the Pashtun people. Its meaning may also be interpreted as "the way of the Pashtuns" or "the code of life".
Pashtunwali is widely practiced among Pashtuns, especially among the non-urbanized Pashtuns in the countryside.
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In this book author has presented the ideas of different scholars in favour of this theory as Aryans resemble the habits and living style of present day Pakhtoons.2 Similarly about the origin of File Size: 56KB.
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