A history of the peoples of Pakistan: towards independence
This work recounts the history of the Pakistan area from the perspective of present day Pakistan. Jane Hussain positions the Land of the Indus centrally, emphasizing its importance to developing civilizations which spread throughout the subcontinent. She also reveals the Pakistan area as an integral part of the Muslim world which transmitted the Islamic faith and Muslim culture to much of southeast Asia.
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The LandIts Physical Features and Climate
The Indus Civilization
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Afghan Afghanistan Ahmed Shah Abdali Akbar Alauddin Alexander Amirs Arab army Aryans attacked Aurangzeb Babur Baloch Balochistan battle became Bengal border Brahmins British brother Buddhist Caliph Central Asia centre chiefs Congress conquered conquest continued cultural death Deccan defeated Delhi East English European forces Frontier Gakkars Gandhi Ghaznavid Ghazni governor Gujarat Hindu Shahi Humayun important independent Indus River invaders Iqbal Islam Jinnah Kabul Kalhora Kandahar Karachi Kashmir Khan of Kalat Khudai Khidmatgars kingdom Kushans Lahore land leaders Mahmud Marathas marched merchants military Mohammed bin Tughluq Mohammed Ghuri Mongols Mughal emperor Mughal Empire Mughal government Muhammad Muslim League Nadir Shah northern India NWFP officers Pakistan Pakistan area peasants Persian Peshawar political present-day Prince provinces Punjab Raja Rajputs Ranjit Singh reign religion religious revenue Revolt rule rulers Sayyid sent Shah's Sher Sikhs Sindh struggle Sultan Swat Taxila territories Thatta trade tribal tribes tribesmen troops Turkish Viceroy village