Hayat e Afghani Urdu by Muhammad Hayat Khan

Hayat e Afghani Urdu by Muhammad Hayat Khan

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Hayat e Afghani Urdu book authored by Muhammad Hayat Khan. This book contains history of Afghans and Pashtuns in Urdu language, Published in 1867. The original book was written in Pashto language divided in 2 volumes also available here for reading.

Hayat-e-Afghani book is divided into three parts. The first part of this book, described the geographical structure of Afghanistan and its ancient history. The second part deals with the situation of Pashtun tribes and other settled tribes of Afghanistan and the third part deals with the history of Bannu and its inhabitants.

Tareekh “Hayat-e-Afghani” is now available on Pakistan virtual library in high quality Pdf document for the study of our visitors. Check out the following links to read online or download the complete book in Pdf format and enjoy offline reading in your computer and smartphone.

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Pashto Version

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  1. Shah Wali Atayee

    Thank you for providing downloadable PDF books with good quality.
    Please note the following:
    1) The name of this book was Hayat-i Afghan (not Hayat-i Afghani). There is no –i of ezafat in it. 2) The author, Mohammad Hayat Khan, was not a Pashtun. He belonged to the Gakkhar tribe (گاکھر) of the Panjab. 3) The original book was written in Farsi (Persian), not in Pashto. 4) Henry Priestley translated it from Persian into English under the title of Afghanistan and Its Inhabitants, which was published in Lahore (1874). This book was more or less similar in regard to its content with:
    A) Tarikh-i Peshawar (in Urdu) by Ray Bahadur Munshi Gopal Das (1874).
    B) Tawarikh-i Khurshid-i Jahan by Shir Mohammad pf Gundapur. He accused Mohammad Hayat Khan for plagiarism.

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