Pathan

(from the article `South Asian arts`) ...Uday Shankar in the 1930s who had tremendous emotional depth and range, rare in actresses on the Hindi stage. Out of Prithvi`s eight productions, ...
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Pathan

Pashtun noun an ethnic minority speaking Pashto and living in northwestern Pakistan and southeastern Afghanistan
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Pathan

Member of a people of northwestern Pakistan and Afghanistan, numbering about 14 million (1984). The majority are Sunni Muslims. The Pathans speak Pashto, a member of the Indo-Iranian branch of the...
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Pathan

Member of a people of northwestern Pakistan and Afghanistan, numbering about 14 million (1984). The majority are Sunni Muslims. The Pathans speak Pashto, a member of the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European family. The Pathans comprise distinct groups. Some live as nomads in the high mountains with herds of goats and camels; others,...
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Pathan

The Pathan are a people of north west Pakistan and Afghanistan, numbering about 14 million in 1984. The majority are Sunni Muslims. The Pathans speak Pashto, a member of the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European family. The Pathans comprise distinct groups, some living as nomads with herds of goats and camels, while others are farmers.
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