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Default Funny excerpts from text book of Pakistan studies - 09-25-2017, 04:16 AM

From "A Textbook of Pakistan Studies by M. D. Zafar" which is recommended by the Peshawar university (Public) for Bachelor Degree programs.

“Pakistan came to be established for the first time when the Arabs led by Muhammad bin Qasim occupied Sindh and Multan. Pakistan under the Arabs comprised the Lower Indus Valley.”


“By the 13th century Pakistan had spread to include the whole of Northern India and Bengal. Under the Khiljis Pakistan moved further South to include a greater part of Central India and the Deccan”.

“During the 16th century, ‘Hindustan’ disappeared and was completely absorbed in ‘Pakistan”.

“Shah Waliullah appealed to Ahmad Shah Durrani of Afghanistan and ‘Pakistan’ to come to the rescue of the Muslims of Mughal India, and save them from the tyrannies of the Marhattas…”

“Thus by the middle of the 19th century both Pakistan and Hindustan ceased to exist; instead British India came into being. Although Pakistan was created in August 1947, yet except for its name, the present-day Pakistan has existed, as a more or less single entity for centuries.”

What is the most blatant lie taught through Pakistan textbooks? - Pakistan - DAWN.COM
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Default 09-25-2017, 04:32 AM

Did they mention how Christopher Columbus discovered America because he was trying to get to Pakistan, and so they called Native Americans "Pakistanis" initially because they thought they were actually in Pakistan?

Still, I'm not sure this is as bad as the Turkish nationalists who used to claim that Sumerians were Turks and invented the first language.
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lol, good find
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From "A Textbook of Pakistan Studies by M. D. Zafar" which is recommended by the Peshawar university (Public) for Bachelor Degree programs.

“Pakistan came to be established for the first time when the Arabs led by Muhammad bin Qasim occupied Sindh and Multan. Pakistan under the Arabs comprised the Lower Indus Valley.”


“By the 13th century Pakistan had spread to include the whole of Northern India and Bengal. Under the Khiljis Pakistan moved further South to include a greater part of Central India and the Deccan”.

“During the 16th century, ‘Hindustan’ disappeared and was completely absorbed in ‘Pakistan”.

“Shah Waliullah appealed to Ahmad Shah Durrani of Afghanistan and ‘Pakistan’ to come to the rescue of the Muslims of Mughal India, and save them from the tyrannies of the Marhattas…”

“Thus by the middle of the 19th century both Pakistan and Hindustan ceased to exist; instead British India came into being. Although Pakistan was created in August 1947, yet except for its name, the present-day Pakistan has existed, as a more or less single entity for centuries.”

What is the most blatant lie taught through Pakistan textbooks? - Pakistan - DAWN.COM
Fantastic find. What a load of rubbish.

If you can't teach your citizens from the truth, how can you then expect them to be truthful individuals? Desiness all over. Lies, lies and lies.

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From "A Textbook of Pakistan Studies by M. D. Zafar" which is recommended by the Peshawar university (Public) for Bachelor Degree programs.

“Pakistan came to be established for the first time when the Arabs led by Muhammad bin Qasim occupied Sindh and Multan. Pakistan under the Arabs comprised the Lower Indus Valley.”


“By the 13th century Pakistan had spread to include the whole of Northern India and Bengal. Under the Khiljis Pakistan moved further South to include a greater part of Central India and the Deccan”.

“During the 16th century, ‘Hindustan’ disappeared and was completely absorbed in ‘Pakistan”.

“Shah Waliullah appealed to Ahmad Shah Durrani of Afghanistan and ‘Pakistan’ to come to the rescue of the Muslims of Mughal India, and save them from the tyrannies of the Marhattas…”

“Thus by the middle of the 19th century both Pakistan and Hindustan ceased to exist; instead British India came into being. Although Pakistan was created in August 1947, yet except for its name, the present-day Pakistan has existed, as a more or less single entity for centuries.”

What is the most blatant lie taught through Pakistan textbooks? - Pakistan - DAWN.COM


Lol what a load of inferiority complex ridden Dravidian Punjabi nonsense

Pakiland is the first line of Hindu civilization were Indians always lost every single war inflicted onto them by foreign invaders.
These pakis are the descendants of those Hindu "low castes" that were bullied, beaten and humiliated for the past 2500 years by all the foreigners and Muslims that invaded and conquered India from it's north west.

It is funny how these Dravidians on both sides of the artificial British invented 'Radcliffe line' always make up the most ridiculous of fabrications about history.

Here are some more absurdities from Pakiland's elder Dravidian brothers in India:

Cows to planes: Indian ministers who rewrote scientific history

By Ayeshea Perera
BBC News, Delhi

22 September 2017
Cows to planes: Indian ministers who rewrote scientific history - BBC News


India's junior education minister, Satyapal Singh, raised a few eyebrows on Wednesday when he said that engineering students needed to be taught about ancient Indian scientific discoveries, including the fact that the plane was first mentioned in the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana.



Mr Singh, who was the chief guest at an engineering awards ceremony in the capital Delhi, also told the gathering that the first working plane was invented by an Indian named Shivakar Babuji Talpade eight years before the Wright brothers.


Shivakar Babuji Talpade's alleged achievements remain unverified and Mr Singh's comments have been ridiculed on social media. However, he is not the first Indian minister to make such claims, either about ancient India's contribution to science or that it invented the plane.



A speaker at a prestigious science conference in 2015 told his audience that the inventor was really a sage named Bharadwaja, who lived about 7,000 years ago.



Captain Anand Bodas, a retired pilot and head of a pilot training facility, also claimed that India had interplanetary aircraft thousands of years ago, along with sophisticated radar that was superior to today's systems.



Here are a few other dubious scientific claims that have attracted attention in the past.
The god of plastic surgery



In 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told a gathering of doctors and medical staff at a Mumbai hospital that the story of the Hindu god Ganesha showed cosmetic surgery existed in ancient India.


"We worship Lord Ganesha. There must have been some plastic surgeon at that time who got an elephant's head on the body of a human being and began the practice of plastic surgery," he said.


According to Hindu mythology, Lord Ganesha was created when Lord Shiva attached the head of a baby elephant to the body of a child.
Divine engineering

Last month, the chief minister of the western state of Gujarat, Vijay Rupani, made a speech at the Institute of Infrastructure Technology Research and Management where he praised the "engineering skills" of Lord Ram, one of Hinduism's most popular deities and the protagonist of the epic Ramayana.


The Ramayana says that Lord Ram built a bridge from India to Sri Lanka in order to rescue his wife Seeta, after she was kidnapped by the country's demon king.
The Palk Strait, the narrow stretch of ocean that separates India and Sri Lanka, shows signs of what may well have been a land link made of shoals between the two countries. Many Hindus believe that it is, in fact, a remnant of the bridge built by Lord Ram.


"Imagine what kind of engineers Lord Ram had to build the Ram Setu that links Sri Lanka and India… Even squirrels offered their help in building the bridge… Even today people say that remnants of Ram Setu are in the sea," Mr Rupani was quoted as saying by Indian media.
Cows exhaling oxygen

The education minister for the western state of Rajasthan said in January that it was important to "understand the scientific significance" of the cow, as it was the only animal in the world to both inhale and exhale oxygen.


Vasudev Devnani did not present any studies that disprove current science which has established that cows do in fact exhale carbon dioxide.


He was widely ridiculed after his comments were reported in the media.


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Lol what a load of inferiority complex ridden Dravidian Punjabi nonsense

Pakiland is the first line of Hindu civilization were Indians always lost every single war inflicted onto them by foreign invaders.
[/SIZE]These pakis are the descendants of those Hindu "low castes" that were bullied, beaten and humiliated for the past 2500 years by all the foreigners and Muslims that invaded and conquered India from it's north west.

It is funny how these Dravidians on both sides of the artificial British invented 'Radcliffe line' always make up the most ridiculous of fabrications about history.

Here are some more absurdities from Pakiland's elder Dravidian brothers in India:

Cows to planes: Indian ministers who rewrote scientific history

By Ayeshea Perera
BBC News, Delhi

22 September 2017
Cows to planes: Indian ministers who rewrote scientific history - BBC News


India's junior education minister, Satyapal Singh, raised a few eyebrows on Wednesday when he said that engineering students needed to be taught about ancient Indian scientific discoveries, including the fact that the plane was first mentioned in the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana.



Mr Singh, who was the chief guest at an engineering awards ceremony in the capital Delhi, also told the gathering that the first working plane was invented by an Indian named Shivakar Babuji Talpade eight years before the Wright brothers.


Shivakar Babuji Talpade's alleged achievements remain unverified and Mr Singh's comments have been ridiculed on social media. However, he is not the first Indian minister to make such claims, either about ancient India's contribution to science or that it invented the plane.



A speaker at a prestigious science conference in 2015 told his audience that the inventor was really a sage named Bharadwaja, who lived about 7,000 years ago.



Captain Anand Bodas, a retired pilot and head of a pilot training facility, also claimed that India had interplanetary aircraft thousands of years ago, along with sophisticated radar that was superior to today's systems.



Here are a few other dubious scientific claims that have attracted attention in the past.
The god of plastic surgery



In 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told a gathering of doctors and medical staff at a Mumbai hospital that the story of the Hindu god Ganesha showed cosmetic surgery existed in ancient India.


"We worship Lord Ganesha. There must have been some plastic surgeon at that time who got an elephant's head on the body of a human being and began the practice of plastic surgery," he said.


According to Hindu mythology, Lord Ganesha was created when Lord Shiva attached the head of a baby elephant to the body of a child.
Divine engineering

Last month, the chief minister of the western state of Gujarat, Vijay Rupani, made a speech at the Institute of Infrastructure Technology Research and Management where he praised the "engineering skills" of Lord Ram, one of Hinduism's most popular deities and the protagonist of the epic Ramayana.


The Ramayana says that Lord Ram built a bridge from India to Sri Lanka in order to rescue his wife Seeta, after she was kidnapped by the country's demon king.
The Palk Strait, the narrow stretch of ocean that separates India and Sri Lanka, shows signs of what may well have been a land link made of shoals between the two countries. Many Hindus believe that it is, in fact, a remnant of the bridge built by Lord Ram.


"Imagine what kind of engineers Lord Ram had to build the Ram Setu that links Sri Lanka and India… Even squirrels offered their help in building the bridge… Even today people say that remnants of Ram Setu are in the sea," Mr Rupani was quoted as saying by Indian media.
Cows exhaling oxygen

The education minister for the western state of Rajasthan said in January that it was important to "understand the scientific significance" of the cow, as it was the only animal in the world to both inhale and exhale oxygen.


Vasudev Devnani did not present any studies that disprove current science which has established that cows do in fact exhale carbon dioxide.


He was widely ridiculed after his comments were reported in the media.
I didn't understand your logic...If they are descendant of some Hindus or whatever being Muslim is it permitted to call them something like this ?every one is convert at some point of point..It is not permissible to taunt some one of what his/her ancestors were.Every one is euqal in eyes of GOD only good deeds can lift the status not the virtue of being descended of someone or some race..
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Default 09-25-2017, 01:25 PM

No wonder we tend to go overboard with our nationalism.
Many of the students will not ever come across any material to counter the untruth in what they read in their book.
So it is not surprising that they then become infused with Pakistaniyat(the wrong kind at times).
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I can't believe i still have this book with me.
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Default 09-26-2017, 08:14 AM

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Lol what a load of inferiority complex ridden Dravidian Punjabi nonsense

Pakiland is the first line of Hindu civilization were Indians always lost every single war inflicted onto them by foreign invaders.
[/SIZE][SIZE=3][B][SIZE=3][B]These pakis are the descendants of those Hindu "low castes" that were bullied, beaten and humiliated for the past 2500 years by all the foreigners and Muslims that invaded and conquered India from it's north west.

It is funny how these Dravidians on both sides of the artificial British invented 'Radcliffe line' always make up the most ridiculous of fabrications about history.

Here are some more absurdities from Pakiland's elder Dravidian brothers in India:

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LOL, all those foreign invaders used to come thru Afghanistan and first humiliate and defeat Afghans before entering our area.

Nobody here can be sure who you are, but you sound most like a Tamil or similar Dravidian out to prove we are same as you. Whoever you might be whether Afghan, Dravidian Tamil or Kurd or whatever, you are truly one of the most foolish people ever seen in any forum.

These are your "high caste" type guys. According to you they call us "low caste".






Now I am calling you a untouchable far below any low caste . What does all this prove?
It proves you are the most foolish idiot on the net.

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Default 09-26-2017, 08:56 AM

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LOL, all those foreign invaders used to come thru Afghanistan and first humiliate and defeat Afghans before entering our area.

Nobody here can be sure who you are, but you sound most like a Tamil or similar Dravidian out to prove we are same as you. Whoever you might be whether Afghan, Dravidian Tamil or Kurd or whatever, you are truly one of the most foolish people ever seen in any forum.

These are your "high caste" type guys. According to you they call us "low caste".






Now I am calling you a untouchable far below any low caste . What does all this prove?
It proves you are the most foolish idiot on the net.
You are mistaken Apu. Those invaders are the ones who were humiliated as they and their armies couldn't conquer ragtag mountain folk with primitive weapons who refused to surrender.

Compare that to the number of people who enslaved your ancestors and actually set up administration and ruled your lands very successfully. Prime example is from a mere 70 years ago.

The same rubbish gets spewed here by all these Desi fools. Go back to your own forums!
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