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A worthwhile very rare video of the Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah after the independence of Pakistan. A beautiful compilation indeed.
Pakistan is one of the biggest Muslim states in the world. The country emerged out of the Indian sub-continent on the map of the world in 1947. The Muslims
After his return to India Jinnah chose Bombay for his residence since he no longer had any interest in Karachi after the demise of his mother and his
During his stay in London, Jinnah frequently visited the theatre. He was mesmerized by the acting, especially those of the Shakespearean actors. His dream was to 'play the
Jinnah barely sixteen sailed for London in the midst of winter. When he was saying goodbye to his mother her eyes were heavy with tears. He told her
When Jinnah's mother heard of his plans of going to London for at least two years, she objected strongly to such a move. For her, the separation for
Jinnah's father Jinnahbhai Poonja (born 1850) was the youngest of three sons. He married a girl Mithibai with the consent of his parents and moved to the growing