Pakistani Punjabi Muslims History

Pakistani Punjabi was known as Aryavrata, the heartland of Indo-Aryans who composed Vedas and characterized India. It was otherwise called Sapta-Sindhu or the place that is known for seven streams Sindh, Jhelum, China, Raavi, Beas, Satluj, and Sirsa.

The Punjabi culture begins in Haryana close to Delhi. Through the heartland of Malwa, Doaba, and Majha in Eastern Punjab, India. Go on in the West Punjab areas of Lahore, Gujranwala, Multan, and Rawalpindi in NW Frontiers. The scene in a town is indistinguishable whether you are in Ambala, Batala, Sandal-Bar, or Mianwali.

Children of the Same Mother.

The towns are Hindu in Haryana, Sikh in East Punjab, and Muslim in West Punjab. In any case, demographically these towns. We are made out of basically homogeneous occupants coming from in a real sense. Indistinguishable segment bunches Khatri, Pundit, Rajput, Arora, Jatt, Goojar, Tarkhan, Arraigns, Saini, Banias, Jhinwar, Chamar, and so forth.

The renowned columnist from Pakistan. Najam Sethi is Muslim yet Geet Sethi, the renowned Billiards player is Hindu. Satnam Singh Sethi, the renowned Raagi is a Sikh. Likewise, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif comes from a Muslim Bhatt (Butt) family from Amritsar however Mahesh Bhatt. The renowned Bollywood chief is a Hindu Pundit from Kashmir,

Jagjit Singh Bhatt, the rugby player from the 80s is a Sikh. Another model would be Asif Bajwa, the Pakistani worldwide hockey player. The mentor and administrator are Muslim, while Partap Singh Bajwa. The Congress chief from Est Punjab is a Sikh. I can count hundreds all the more yet the goal. That was to explain that we Punjabis begin from our local place where there is Punjab.

Pakistani Punjabi Gazis with Jehadi Intention.

The surge of “Jehadi” attacks from the West turned into the foe of Punjabi mastery in their property. The glad Punjabis who had turned around Queen Semiramis of Assyria. Lord Cyrus from Persia, Alexander the Great from Greece, and Ghengis Khan. The Mongols, Huns, and numerous other world victors. That at last succumbed to the 700 years of Jehadi invasions in Punjab.

Everything began with Mohammed Bin Qasim from Baghdad. He crushed Raja Dahir of Sindh and afterward proceeded to loot Multan in Punjab. The valiant Punjabis needed to bear the mass destructions. loot and constrained change by the blade of the trespassers many years for north of 700 years.

Rundown of the pirates who pillaged, consumed, assaulted, and slaughtered Punjab incorporates, Temur or Tamerlane, the Turkic-Mongol champion from Transoxiana, Hulagu Khan, the child of Ghengis Khan from Mongolia, Shahāb-up-Dawla Mawdūd, the Turkish leader of Gazanvid tradition from Gazni in Afghanistan, Mu’izz

Din Muhammad of Turkic Ghurid line from Ghori in Afghanistan, Zahiruddin Muhammad Babur. A half-projected Turk-Mongol from a modest community Ferghana in Uzbekistan, and Ahmed Shah Durrani of Abdali faction or Ephthelite Hun itinerant pirate from Afghanistan.
The Great Wall of Punjab

The extraordinary mass of Punjab is based upon the underpinning of strict change that was constrained down the throats of Punjabis by these intruders north of 700 years. A few Sufis like Sheik Farid Shakarganj, Miyan Mir, and Guru Nanak attempted to break this wall based upon the groundwork of revolutionary Islam endorsed by the Sharia.

The Republic of Pakistani Punjabi in the heartland of Punjab.

In its astonishing feeling of shrewdness, the Pakistani military foundation has named its rockets Temur, Gaznavi, and Ghori. I keep thinking about whether they understand that these are similar raiders who slaughtered the precursors of the Pakistanis and pillaged their abundance.
The Real Punjabi Heroes

If by some stroke of good luck our siblings from West Punjab understand that their legends are not these raiders but rather their predecessors who looked up to these Jehadi champions referred to in Islamic terms as Gazis.

Here is a portion of the daring Pakistani Punjabi precursors who gave a befitting reaction to the desires of trespassers:

  • Raja Porus – the Khatri ruler of West Punjab who nearly crushed Alexender the Great and constrained Greeks in to withdraw out of Punjab.
  • Just Khokhar – the head of the Khokhar Rajput family from West Punjab who drove the answer to the Turkic Barbarian Tamerlane.
  • Raja Jaypala – Ruler of Janjua Rajput faction from Lahore who answered the pillaging attacks of Gazanvi and serious self-destruction in the wake of losing in a fight.
    Raja Anangpal – Son of Jayapala and Janjua lord of Punjab who battled for his entire life against various invasions by Gaznavi, and passed on at the clash of Sirhind
  • Prithviraj Chauhan – Rajput leader of Delhi/Bhatinda who crushed Ghori multiple times yet lost the seventh fight
  • Dulla Bhatti – Legendary fighter of the Bhatti Rajput tribe from Sandal-Bar who battled against the Mughals of Lahore.
  • Sardar Jassa Singh Ahluwalia – Leader of Sikh Misls who saved 20,000 Maratha ladies from Abdali’s thugs.
  • Maharaja Ranjit Singh – Sikh Emperor of Punjab who finished the series of intrusions of Punjab everlastingly and managed Lahore in the interest of all Punjabis.
  • Sardar Hari Singh Nalwa – Sikh champion of Uppal Khatri family who stopped the Khyber pass where all intrusions of Punjab happened
  • Hoax Singh Atariwale – who battled till death at the skirmish of Sabhraon against the slippery East India Company.