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  • ( v • d • e ) The history of Pakistan is the history of humanity itself. The land of Pakistan stands witness to the early journey of human beings (and
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  • Pakistani History A Concise History of Pakistan Introduction Palaeolithic age Riwatian people (1,900,000 BC) Soanian people (500,000 BC)
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  • Postage stamps and postal history of Pakistan Revenue stamps of Pakistan Designers of Pakistani stamps
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  • ← Neolithic age ·Bronze age → ← Neolithic age · History of Pakistan · Bronze age → Introduction · Prehistoric times · Classical period · Late medieval
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  • ← Bronze age ·Iron age → ← Bronze age · History of Pakistan · Iron age → Introduction · Prehistoric times · Classical period · Late medieval period ·
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  • Downland History Nordic History Pakistani History Philippine History Russian History Serer History Soviet History The English Civil War The History of the
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  • state of Pakistan was established on 14 August 1947, but the region it encompasses has an extensive history that overlaps with the histories of Ancient
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  • About History Politics Geography Economy Culture Official Website of the Government of Pakistan Official Website of the President of Pakistan Official
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  • Civilization History of Sindh Korean History Pakistani History Philippine History Russian History Soviet History In subsections: Unknown completion In subsections:
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  • Modern Pakistan was created at 12 AM on 15 August 1947, when British India was replaced with two new states: the Dominion of Pakistan and the Union of India
    1,007 bytes (169 words) - 09:41, 20 August 2014
  • have their own websites. Some of the Pakistani websites dedicated to genealogy are: The Talpur Family of Sindh History of the Talpur family in Sindh, origins
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  • Pakistan, officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (اسلامی جمہوریۂ پاکستان), is a country located in South Asia that overlaps with the Greater Middle
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  • 2600 BC and 1900 BC. It continues into the Rigvedic period, the early part of the Vedic period. It is succeeded by the Iron Age in South Asia, beginning
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  • Urdu (category Languages of Asia)
    Urdu is one of the two official languages of Pakistan. It is also one of the 22 scheduled languages of India and is an official language of five Indian
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  • culture, also known as the last phase of the Indus Valley Tradition. The main Iron Age archaeological cultures of South Asia are the Painted Grey Ware
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  • Pakistan is the sixth most populous country in the world and is the second most populous country with a Muslim majority. Its territory was a part of the
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  • Djibouti Eritrea Egypt The Gambia Guinea Indonesia Pakistan Saudi Arabia Nuclear capabilities Conflicts with Israel Recent history Political Fault Lines
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  • frontier of the zone of cultivation (in modern Pakistan), and may have been a center for the acquisition of raw materials, such as metals and precious stones
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  • pastoral society centred in the northwestern parts of the Indian subcontinent (which is now Pakistan); it spread after 1200 BCE to the Ganges Plain, as
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  • most of Pakistan and Northwestern India during it's golden age which was from 2600 BC to 1900 BC. The Indus Valley Civilization covered much of modern-day
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