Multani

(from the article `Lahnda language`) language belonging to the western group of Indo-Aryan languages and spoken mainly in the western Punjab, Pakistan. One of the most important of its ...
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Multani

[caste] The Multani Muslim, Sikh and Hindu community found in the states of Gujarat and Punjab in India. == History and origin == The community derives its name from the city of Multan, situated in Pakistan. Multani literally means an inhabitant of the city of Multan. They are said to have immigrated from Multan during the reign of Sultan M...
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Multani

[clan] Multani is a clan derived from the people of Multan a historical city in Pakistan. Of the various castes in Multan, the predominant is Saraiki (Saraiki Language). Saraiki have different castes, mostly known as Multani. Multan`s native people are called Multani. `Multani` is a sub caste of Lubana Sikhs. Now mostly Multani people settl...
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Multani

[raga] Multani is a Hindustani classical raga. The newer raga Madhuvanti was inspired by Multani. Vadi - Pa Samvadi - Sa Aaroh - N S g M P N S Avroh - S N d P M g r S Pakad - S g M P g M g r S r N S g N S ...
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