Pakland, also known as Pakiland, Pakisland, Pakistanland, Pureland or officially Pakistan is an ethel in the Indish lower-landdeal.
Thewas a bronze eld folkhood that between 2600 and 1900 BC.
The Himalayan Cedar is a token of Pakistan.
Pakistan gained selfhood after shedding from Indland and the British Raj in 1947.
Pakistan is home to many folkstocks. Punjabers (whose name comes from 'Punjab', a Persish name meaning "five streams") make up the biggest folkstock, followed by Pashtuns (called Pathan by Inders), Sindhers, Balochers, Kashmirers and many others. Pakistaners in the eastern share of the country (Punjab, Sindh, Kashmir) speak Indish tungs (Punjabish, Sindhis, Dardish) and are very near to Inders in their couth, tungs, yore, and kindred. They make up ~80% of the befolking. The rest of the befolking live in the western share of the country (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochland) and speak Iranish tungs like Pashto and Balochish. Their couth, tungs, yore and kindred are nearer to those in Afghanland and to a lesser reach, Iran.
Though Pakistanis are of many shedded roots, Pakistan became an ethel through the worship of Islam, along with Bengalland, cleaving away from Indland, a Hindu worshiping ethel.
Urdu and English are the revetungs of the land. English was spoken throughout the British Anweald (to which Indland belonged before 1947). Urdu is stemmed from the ortung of the Vedish writers, called Sanskrit, that came to Indland many years ago, the mother of all Inder-Aryish tungs - among them, Urdu with heavy word borrowing from other tungs, namely from Arabish and Persish bewhile their time in Indland. Urdu is not an inborn tung of Pakistan but came the ethel from the Uttar Pradesh shire of Indland. It is spoken at home by only 8% of the ethel's befolking, almost all of whom came to Pakistan from Indland after 1947. Urdu as a tung came to be under the Mughal Rick and was built upon eking Persish and Arabish words to the Khari Bholi byleid spoken in Uttar Pradesh. The name Urdu comes from the Turkish Ordu meaning thrim (army).