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Adam Khan and Durkhanai

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Subject: Pakistani folklore, Pashtun culture, Sher Shah Suri, Hotak dynasty, Ahmad Shah Durrani
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Adam Khan and Durkhanai

Adam Khan Aw Durkhanai is a classic Pashtun romance which has been called the Pashto Romeo and Juliet along with Yusuf Khan and Sherbano. It is considered classic pashto literature.[1]


  1. ^ The Bazaar of the storytellers (1986) Wilma Louise Heston, Mumtāz Naṣīr Lok Virsa Pub. House, Original from the University of Michigan

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