Punjabi Muslims

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Punjabi Muslims (undefined (Shahmukhi) ; also spelled Panjabi) are a linguistic, geographic and religious ethnic group living in the region of Punjab, primarily in eastern Pakistan.wikipedia
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With a population of more than 90 million they are the largest ethnic group in Pakistan and the Fourth largest Muslim ethnicity, after Arabs, Bengalis and Javanese.
With a sizeable global population, the Javanese are considered significant as they are the fourth largest ethnic group among Muslims, in the world, after the Arabs, Bengalis and Punjabis.

South Asia

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This civilization shaped subsequent cultures in South Asia and Afghanistan.
The Sikh use Gurmukhi alphabet, Muslim Punjabis in Pakistan use the Nastaliq script, while Hindu Punjabis in India use the Gurmukhi or Nāgarī script.

Bengali Muslims

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With a population of more than 90 million they are the largest ethnic group in Pakistan and the Fourth largest Muslim ethnicity, after Arabs, Bengalis and Javanese.

Punjabis

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Forming the majority of the Punjabi ethnicity, Punjabi Muslims are those who profess Islam and speak the Punjabi language.
In relative contemporary terms, Punjabis can be referred to in three most common subgroups; Punjabi Muslims, Punjabi Sikhs and Punjabi Hindus.

Shahmukhi alphabet

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Punjabi Muslims (undefined (Shahmukhi) ; also spelled Panjabi) are a linguistic, geographic and religious ethnic group living in the region of Punjab, primarily in eastern Pakistan.
Shahmukhi (, Gurmukhi: ਸ਼ਾਹਮੁਖੀ, meaning literally "from the King's mouth") is a Perso-Arabic alphabet used by Muslims in Punjab to write the Punjabi language.

Pakistan

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Punjabi Muslims (undefined (Shahmukhi) ; also spelled Panjabi) are a linguistic, geographic and religious ethnic group living in the region of Punjab, primarily in eastern Pakistan.

Islam

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Forming the majority of the Punjabi ethnicity, Punjabi Muslims are those who profess Islam and speak the Punjabi language.

Punjabi language

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Forming the majority of the Punjabi ethnicity, Punjabi Muslims are those who profess Islam and speak the Punjabi language.

Ethnic groups in Pakistan

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With a population of more than 90 million they are the largest ethnic group in Pakistan and the Fourth largest Muslim ethnicity, after Arabs, Bengalis and Javanese.

List of contemporary ethnic groups

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With a population of more than 90 million they are the largest ethnic group in Pakistan and the Fourth largest Muslim ethnicity, after Arabs, Bengalis and Javanese.

Arabs

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With a population of more than 90 million they are the largest ethnic group in Pakistan and the Fourth largest Muslim ethnicity, after Arabs, Bengalis and Javanese.

Ahmadiyya

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A minority adheres to Shia and other sects, including the Ahmadiyya community which originated in Punjab.

Punjab, Pakistan

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The homelands of Punjabi Muslims are mainly concentrated in the Pakistani province of Punjab.

Punjabi diaspora

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They have a worldwide diaspora, with significant communities in North America and the United Kingdom, and large expatriate populations in the Middle East.

Persian language

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Punjab literally means the 'land of five waters' (Persian: panj ("five") āb ("waters")).

Breadbasket

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Punjab is often referred to as the breadbasket in both Pakistan and India.

Punjab

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Punjabi Muslims (undefined (Shahmukhi) ; also spelled Panjabi) are a linguistic, geographic and religious ethnic group living in the region of Punjab, primarily in eastern Pakistan.

Mahabharata

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Punjab during Mahabharata times was known as Panchanada.

Indus Valley Civilisation

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Punjab was part of the Indus Valley Civilization, more than 5000 years old.

Harappa

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The main site in Punjab was the city of Harrapa.

Indo-Aryan peoples

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The Indus Valley Civilization spanned much of what is today Pakistan and eventually evolved into the Indo-Aryan civilization.

Indus River

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The arrival of the Indo-Aryans led to the flourishing of the Vedic civilization along the length of the Indus River.

Afghanistan

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This civilization shaped subsequent cultures in South Asia and Afghanistan.

Gandhara

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Punjab was part of the great ancient empires including the Gandhara Mahajanapadas, Achaemenids, Macedonians, Mauryas, Kushans, Guptas, Hindu Shahi, Gurjara-Pratihara and old Rajputana.

Mahajanapadas

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Punjab was part of the great ancient empires including the Gandhara Mahajanapadas, Achaemenids, Macedonians, Mauryas, Kushans, Guptas, Hindu Shahi, Gurjara-Pratihara and old Rajputana.