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Kala Raksha Preservation of Traditional Arts

Kala Raksha Preservation of Traditional Arts

Punjabi (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ / پنجابی) is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 130 million people mainly in West Punjab in Pakistan and in East Punjab in India. There are also significant numbers of Punjabi speakers in the UK, Canada, the UAE, the USA, Saudi Arabia and Australia. Punjabi descended from the Shauraseni language of medieval northern India and became a distinct language during the 11th century. (...)

Punjabi (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ / پنجابی) is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 130 million people mainly in West Punjab in Pakistan and in East Punjab in India. There are also significant numbers of Punjabi speakers in the UK, Canada, the UAE, the USA, Saudi Arabia and Australia. Punjabi descended from the Shauraseni language of medieval northern India and became a distinct language during the 11th century. (...)

A Kalasha man carrying firewood, Kalasha valley, Chitral, North West Frontier Province, Pakistan

A Kalasha man carrying firewood, Kalasha valley, Chitral, North West Frontier Province, Pakistan

Hakim Muhammad Said (Urdu: حکیم محمد سعید; January 9, 1920 - October 17, 1998, NI, PhD) was a medical researcher, scholar, philanthropist, and a Governor of Sindh Province, Pakistan from 1993 until 1996. Said was one of Pakistan's most prominent medical researchers in the field of Eastern medicines. He established the Hamdard Foundation in 1948, prior to his settlement in West Pakistan. In a few years time, the herbal medical products of the Hamdard Foundation

Hakim Muhammad Said (Urdu: حکیم محمد سعید; January 9, 1920 - October 17, 1998, NI, PhD) was a medical researcher, scholar, philanthropist, and a Governor of Sindh Province, Pakistan from 1993 until 1996. Said was one of Pakistan's most prominent medical researchers in the field of Eastern medicines. He established the Hamdard Foundation in 1948, prior to his settlement in West Pakistan. In a few years time, the herbal medical products of the Hamdard Foundation

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Bishnoi Village Safari, Rajasthan Tourism, Jodhpur Tourism, Safari In Jodhpur, Tourism Jodhpur, Bishnoi Village, Rural Village, Safari

Bishnoi Village Safari, Rajasthan Tourism, Jodhpur Tourism, Safari In Jodhpur, Tourism Jodhpur, Bishnoi Village, Rural Village, Safari

Odia is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 33 million people mainly in the Indian state of Odisha, and also in West Bengal, Jharkhand, and Gujarat. Odia is closely related to Bengali and Assamese, and used to be known as Oriya, and Odisha used to be known as Orissa in English. (...)

Odia is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 33 million people mainly in the Indian state of Odisha, and also in West Bengal, Jharkhand, and Gujarat. Odia is closely related to Bengali and Assamese, and used to be known as Oriya, and Odisha used to be known as Orissa in English. (...)

The Proto-Indo-Iranians are commonly identified with the descendants of the Proto-Indo-Europeans known as the Sintashta culture and the subsequent Andronovo culture within the broader Andronovo horizon, and their homeland with an area of the Eurasian steppe that borders the Ural River on the west, the Tian Shan on the east.

The Proto-Indo-Iranians are commonly identified with the descendants of the Proto-Indo-Europeans known as the Sintashta culture and the subsequent Andronovo culture within the broader Andronovo horizon, and their homeland with an area of the Eurasian steppe that borders the Ural River on the west, the Tian Shan on the east.

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