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Who learns from whom? Pukhtoon traditions in modern perspective.

Gohar, Ali
June 4, 2015

Source: (-0001) Unpublished paper

In the world today there are many concepts, theories, disciplines and terminologies that existed with different names in traditional societies in the past. These traditional
communities not only put into practice these concepts and disciplines in their daily lives but
also ran their affairs with other tribes and countries based on these concepts and theories.
The only thing that makes it difficult for the average person on a grassroots level is the
changes in the language and the lack of a record in their native language. (excerpt)


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