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Discussion in 'Pakistani Siasat' started by AUz, Jan 29, 2011.
and how much of Pakistan's population do Urdu speakers/muhajirs make up? some 5-7%??
Whats is the deal with Pakistanis? Why do they shy away from any "Indian connection"? Why run away from facts? We do have a lot of cultural similarities?
PS - I am not saying cultures are the same, but merely stressing on a huge deal of similarities.
Most of our ancestors chose to convert to Islam because of Suffi saints.
What's the deal with indians? You claim to hate Pakistanis, insult our nation at almost every chance you can get, but at the same time you people feel offended when we seperate ourselves from you? Lack of pride and inferiorty complex?
Is that what's written in your text books? Or ashamed to admit what atrocities barbaric mughals had on Hindus, Buddhists, Muslim traders, Jains, Sikhs, and other people living there before them.
Hindi and Urdu are almost similar. It is all about perceptions. You guys can rant about Urdu being your language, and Hindi being ours. From my POV the languages reflect similarities on our cultures.
Guru Nanak (founder of sikhism) was also influenced by Sufi Saints, oh wait a minute! that's written in Pakistani textbooks and therefore must not be true!!!
Majority of Pakistani don't speak Urdu as their mother tongue.
as i said earlier: "only 8% of Pakistani population speaks Urdu as main language and only 3 percent of indian population speaks punjabi as main language so what big difference does that make?"
the rest of Pakistanis speak Pashto, Balochi, etc....
Does that justify killings of two Sikh Gurus? Guru Arjan Dev Ji and Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji?
How did the mughols manage to convert tens of millions of people to Islam? How do you explain the hundereds of Suffi shrines all over Pakistan which date back hundreds of years? Why are a huge majority of Pakistanis followers of Suffi traditions?