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about Pashto Music .

Pashto music holds significant cultural value in Afghanistan and Pakistan. It represents the musical traditions of the Pashtun community, which has evolved over the course of their rich history. Pashto music encompasses a diverse range of styles and genres, influenced by various regional traditions and contemporary trends

Pashto music encompasses not only melodies but also local dances and traditional songs. It serves as a powerful medium of expression, depicting various aspects of Pashtun life and cultural traditions. The rhythmic beats and vibrant melodies often captivate listeners, creating an emotional connection and fostering a sense of pride and belonging.

Pashtuns History .

Pashtuns or Pathans, historically known as Afghans, are an Iranian ethnic group native to Central and South Asia. The ethnic group's native language is Pashto, an Iranian language. Additionally, ethnic Pashtuns in Afghanistan speak the Dari dialect of Persian as a second language, while those in the Indian subcontinent use Hindi-Urdu as a second language. However, a significant minority speaks Persian or Hindi-Urdu as their first language. The total number of Pashtuns is estimated to be around 63 million; however, this figure is disputed because of the lack of an official census in Afghanistan since 1979 Pashtuns are native to the land comprising southern Afghanistan and northwestern Pakistan (which is occasionally referred to as the Pashtunistan region), which is where the majority of the population resides. Significant and historical communities of the Pashtun diaspora exist in the Sindh and Punjab provinces of Pakistan (particularly in the cities of Karachi and Lahore) and in the Rohilkhand region of the Uttar Pradesh state in India (as well as in major cities such as Delhi and Mumbai.A recent diaspora has formed in the Arab states of the Persian Gulf (primarily in the United Arab Emirates) as part of the larger South Asian diaspora. Pashtuns are the largest ethnic group in Afghanistan, constituting around 48% of the country's total population. They have been the dominant ethnolinguistic group in Afghanistan since the nation's founding. Additionally, Pashtuns are the second-largest ethnic group in Pakistan, forming 15% to 18% of the country's total population, and are considered one of the five major ethnolinguistic groups of the nation. Pashtuns are the 26th-largest ethnic group in the world, and the largest segmentary lineage group. There are an estimated 350–400 Pashtun tribes and clans.

Prominent Pashtun Figures .

Prominent Pashtun figures include Abdul Ghaffar Khan, Abdul Ghani Khan, Ahmad Shah Abdali, Alauddin Khalji, Ayub Khan, Bahlul Lodi, Daoud Khan, Imran Khan, Khushal Khan, Madhubala, Malala Yousafzai, Malalai, Mirwais Hotak, Pir Roshan, Rahman Baba, Salman Khan, Shahid Afridi, Sher Shah Suri.