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Now you are talking non sense.And I suppose because cows produce milk, the milky way galaxy is also part of Hindustan?
Haha sure.We can rename you Gondwana after reclaiming territories occupied by Royal Gondwana Forces.
??? The country Hindustan was non existent. India just adopted a name given by foreign invaders. Hindustan itself is a region named after the Indus, of which not an inch flows through India.Now you are talking non sense.
You said there was no Hindustan. I just proved you wrong . We can move on.
There are many names of India. Hindustan is one of them. That term Hindustan included the present day Pakistan areas.??? The country Hindustan was non existent. India just adopted a name given by foreign invaders. Hindustan itself is a region named after the Indus, of which not an inch flows through India.
As Churchill said, "India is no more of a country than the Equator.
If you want to use your own logic, PAKISTAN stands for Punjab, Afghania, Kashmir, Sindh, and Balochistan. Sindh alone is older than Hindustan.
Dude I have more issues with current military leadership but what I suggested is their part of job. and we when expressing our anger should always stick to facts. Our own leadership failure doesn't make India a friend or a non threat.Come on man, this is all drama, which is why they will never do anything proper against India, it's only for domestic consumption.
And what you posted isn't Hindustan either. So, idk what you're getting at.That’s not Pakistan. That’s Ashoka’s empire. Just showing some places of importance of old times. There was no Pakistan back then.
@Joe Shearer sb speaks cuneiform?
I will tell you in a minute.
No, that is not Hindustan, a term that came into popularity several centuries later. You might want to read Professor Manan Ahmed Asif, who has written on The Loss of Hindustan. Although a Pakistani, he has a good grasp of the etymology. His book is not brilliant but is most useful in this specific context.And what you posted isn't Hindustan either. So, idk what you're getting at.