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The Pathan(Pashto) By Khan Abdul Ghani Khan[www. Kitaboona. Blog Spot. com].pdf. Topics: Book. Collection: opensource. Language. The Pathans book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A sketch of the Pathan people. It aims to increase our understanding an.. . The Pathan By Khan Abdul Ghani Khan in Pashto Language Urdu: Pakhtoon; Ik Khaka By Ghani Khan, Translated to Urdu By: Abid Ajara - Pashto Novel, By Muhammad Ibrahim Khan Shabnam PDF Free Download Book.

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The Pathans By Ghani Khan Ebook

English e-Book. The Pathan By: Abdul Ghani Khan. Back to APNA Web | English Books | Shahmukhi Books | Gurmukhi Books | Urdu Books | Shahmukhi. Library of Peshawar: The Pathan(Pashto) By Khan Abdul Ghani Khan. e Barzakh Ke Ibrat Angez Waqiat By Hafiz Momin Khan Usmani Pdf Free download . This is the English version of Ghani Khan's book 'The Pathan' The folk-songs of a nation are its spiritual self-portraits, provided the race is.

But the Pathan is not easy to love. He takes a lot of knowing. The undertaking, you will admit, is difficult. No wonder I did not know where to begin. But I have a scheme. I shall make him sing his Jove-songs to you, so that you may feel the throb of his heart. He will tell you a Pathan fairy tale so that you may listen to what he tells his child. He will tell you a story of an incident in his village so that you may see how he lives. He will talk to you about the moon so that you may know how he loves. He will talk: to you about his customs so that you may understand his laws. He will talk of dacoities, raids and duels so that you may know the power that drives him. He will talk to you of priests and magic and charms so that you may know the darkness in his heart. For whether you like it or not he is your neighbour.

It was during these years that he wrote his poem collection Da Panjray Chaghaar, which he considered the best work of his life.

His contribution to literature often unpublished was ignored by the Pakistan government for much of his life although near the end of his life his works did receive much praise and as well as an award from the Government of Pakistan.

For his contributions to Pukhto literature and painting, the President of Pakistan, General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, conferred on him the prestigious award of Sitara-e-Imtiaz 23 March Works[ edit ] Aside from a few poems of his youth and early manhood, Ghani Khan's poetry, like his temperament, is anti-political.

He also wrote in English; his first book was The Pathans His only published work in Urdu was his book titled Khan Sahib The book was printed in in Islamabad, Pakistan.

The book also contains paintings of Ghani Khan.

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India was under British rule hence called British India and was fighting for its independence from the British. On August 15, , India finally gained its independence.

And a day before, on August 14, , Pakistan had been born, becoming independent of British India. Hence, before all this independence, the Pashtuns who are now in Pakistan all except the Swati Pashtuns, since Swat was an independent, princely state until were under the rule of British India before the partition of India and Pakistan. Nothing is more irritating that than a blank sheet of paper staring stupidly into your face when you are bursting to write but cannot make up your mind how to set about.

The Pathan( Pashto) By Khan Abdul Ghani Khan[www. Kitaboona. Blog Spot.com].pdf

I want to talk about the Pathan, the people I love, which makes my task harder than ever. I want you to love them as I do.

But the Pathan is not easy to love. He takes a lot of knowing.

The Pathan By Khan Abdul Ghani Khan in Pashto ~ Kitaboona

His is a most complicated simplicity. The chief camouflage he uses to hide his poverty and want. Yes, I want to bring him to you and make him talk to you of his struggle and his dreams, of love and feuds, his field and his watchtower, his new rifle and his old wife.

The undertaking, you will admit, is difficult. No wonder I did not know where to begin. But I have a scheme. I shall may feel the throb of his heart.