Saturday, February 4, 2023

Moon Story


In the sixties when computers were not as powerful as today, it can be estimated from the fact that these computers had less than 1 MB of RAM, today's typical computer has 8 GB of RAM.  At that time almost all work was done by hand.  You can see in this image the programs or algorithms that NASA software engineer Margaret Hamilton wrote at the time.  Kudos to their hard work.
  Many dervish types still believe that there is no man on the moon, that it was just a play by the Americans to somehow bring Russia to earth.  But the reality is that there are thousands of hours of videos of the entire project, hundreds of engineers, scientists and technicians were part of the work, and billions of dollars were invested in the project.
  It is enough for the fake moon landing claimants that pretending to fake it would cost as much as going to the moon.

  You can also view this software engineer's profile on Google.
  The mission to go to the moon did not become a reality, but several astronauts were killed by spacecraft explosions during the test flights during this project and this is all part of the record.
  Even today, when Elon Musk is preparing to go to Mars, some of his rockets worth billions of rupees are destroyed during the test flight and landing, but the human quest cannot end with these failures.
  It may take four or five years for man to go to Mars, and in today's technology, we will be able to watch this seven-month non-stop space travel live and it will be proof that man has already been to the moon.  .  is a fact.

Friday, February 3, 2023

Rawalpindi's Lal Haveli

Rawalpindi's Lal Haveli, Sheikh Rashid's occupation and Bhudhanbai's love
  The partition of India left many stories behind where Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims of united India were forced to leave their homes, cities and lands.
  Seth Dhanraj Sehgal, a Hindu from Jhelum, Punjab, fell in love with a dancing girl from Sialkot. Seth Dhanraj saw the girl dancing at a party and brought her to his home in Jhelum, which his family  did not accept  Very rich and respected, he agreed to let his beloved live in another city, after which Seth Dhanraj built a mansion for her in Rawalpindi.
  A small mosque was also built inside the mansion for Bhodhan Bai and a small temple for Seth Dhanraj.
  Seth Dhanraj's business extended to Srinagar and Peshawar but peace in India forced him to leave his business and mansion, I want you to go to India with your family.
  Seth Dhanraj was registered by the British government and his mansion was registered as Bhodhanbai, but a few years later when the capital of Pakistan was first temporarily moved from Karachi to Rawalpindi, the military headquarters, GHQ, was renamed.  Also transferred from Karachi.  In Rawalpindi, objection was raised to the name plaque of a Hindu Seth Dhan Raj.
  The Rawalpindi court sent a notice to Bodhanbai and asked the court, the judge inside the court told Bodhanbai that you should write that Seth Dhanraj is your husband, you were a Hindu but now you have become a Muslim, you are his heir.  Who will be the legal heir of this property?
  The girl folded her hands in front of the judge and said that I am a poor Nacho girl, Seth Dhanraj respected me, loved me, my conscience does not allow me to blame him after he left, I owned the mansion.  left  This
  The court has written the residential part of the haveli to Bhudhanbai and handed over the rest of the haveli to the endowment department.
  In the early days of General Zia, the body of Bhudanbai's brother, who lived with him, was found, but Bhudanbai herself went missing, possibly Pakistan's first female missing person.
  Sheikh Rasheed then occupied the portion of the mansion which had been given to Bodhanbai.
  Sheikh Rashid used to buy books and newspapers in front of the gate of the haveli but suddenly Sheikh Rashid became the owner of the haveli and he was elected MNA in the 50th election of General Zia.
  Although Sheikh Rashid says that the maid took the mansion, the dark truth of Lal Haveli comes out when Sheikh Rashid starts talking against his mistress.
  Lal Haveli is now owned by anyone but the secret of Lal Haveli is the love of Seth Dhanraj and Bhodhan Bai.
  It is not known where the girl went, but the descendants of Seth Dhanraj today own Sehgal Group of Industries, India's largest business conglomerate.

Wednesday, February 1, 2023

One thing in particular


One thing in particular.  I.  It has been observed that people, seeing references to books written in any writing, are satisfied that the writing will be correct because the author has given references to various books in it.
  Believe that 99.999% of readers and those who believe in the validity of such articles.  They do not check the references themselves, firstly because not every common reader has access to the books given in the references, secondly because people do not have enough resources to verify the references of fifty hundred books.  .  There will be time given in the text of one and a half pages and not these books
  The citations and citations in the texts are useful only to those who are interested in research, and the number of such interested people here is hardly one and a half thousand.  Research enthusiasts don't just rely on references

August In 1930 Sindh Hind

 August In 1930, when the British government sentenced Surahiya Badshah to eight years in Ratnanagari Jail in India in various cases, Haran suffered a lot.  Among the monks of the Haraj Jamaat, they went on hunger strike in Sanjori police station, and some of them also went on hunger strike in Lohar.  Because Peer's presence is nowhere to be seen in the jails of Sindh.

  Meanwhile, some monks came to know that Pir Sahib was imprisoned in a remote place in India.  He held the hands of the beggars and said that no matter what happens, we will go for the pilgrimage of Pir Sain and will not return after half the journey, otherwise death will be our destiny.
  Each of these fakirs, Ameer Bakhsh Wasan (then 35 years old), Muhammad Hasan Wasan (then 23 years old) and Qadeen Faqir Kiru (then 30 years old) came from Allah.
  The village of these beggars was situated to the east of Kundiro Wasan Sanjhori, yet they did not go to their village lest they should leave the judgment to the mystery of their relatives.  He brought the beggars and told them the truth, he gave money and some money for water, the poor men were walking in the river, the next night they stayed in a nearby village and moved on, they paid a huge amount for him.  .  The bird, the monk, took the wheel from Kantio Chhachru through the desert and reached the sand on the shores of the Bardach Sea.  There, one of the various fakirs, Rashid Faqir, stayed with the king and apprised the fakirs of the situation.
  The view of Ratnagri is similar to the extension of Khalif Ahmed Faqir Laghari Ladar. The sun will set on the points of a few stars.
  The beggars said, Allow us to give one last chance. Then the fakir won our fortune. As the morning dawned, the fakir sat down and ate butter and bread, mentioning Allah and carrying the coin of Murshid Karim.  Now water started flowing from his lips and his nose was also dry, the night had fallen and the cord of thirst was dry, the faqir was older than me, so he suggested that even if the faqir dies, join hands.  Should be done.  So that the promise given by Murshid Karim is not broken, die together.  These beggars had no worries and hoped that the Murshid would surely become the support of the poor, the ray of hope was still present in me to remember the Murshid with Allah Ta'ala.  Now the milk is like a tail in a lid.
  Then we saw a person wearing a green mask walking towards us. According to Muhammad Hasan, he was a young man who got up and sat down holding a goat, a metal bucket and a glass in his hand and he drank water.  The beggars drank the water and the man suddenly disappeared from the scene, according to the beggars the water was as sweet as Egyptian, the beggars got courage and they crossed the river till morning.
  After that, the monks from different parts of India boarded the boat from Bohri Bandar and during the flight the monks presented many interesting stories.
  After two nights and two days the ship reached the port of Ratnagiri, from where the monks disembarked and reached the city's Jama Masjid, where Caliph Ahmad Faqir Laghari met them and the monks narrated the whole long journey from Sanjahori to Ratnagiri.
Ahmed Faqir Leghari wrote all the facts in the form of a letter and sent it to Pir Sain.
  He also wrote that I have written to meet three people this week who will come from Sindh to meet him, but you wait, so Ahmed Faqir kept them to himself.  15 days later it was the meeting day, Ahmed Faqir stopped these beggars at the main gate of Ratnanagari Jail, which was also the same as Hyderabad Central Jail.
  These monks consulted among themselves that if there was an opportunity, they would kill Murshid Karim, but according to the monks, Pir Saeed was dressed in the clothes of a jail prisoner inside the prison cell.  Look, I was shocked to see him, the beggars had no choice but to look at him. The atmosphere became mournful.
  Sonharan himself took information about Jamaat Saguri and their innocent children.
  Shahnawaz Khan Bhutto, who came from Sindh, discussed cases and other matters with Muhammad Faqir Mehr and Mohabbate Faqir Bahan
  The jail administration stood quietly behind the jail walls with the jailer.
  At the end of the day, Saint Paghari addressed the monks, saying, "Convey my greetings and message to the congregation, keep going to Dargah Sharif and engage in it."
  Thus these poor people returned to their native village Kondero near Sanjhuru after traveling on foot for four months.
  It should be noted that Muhammad Hasan Faqir later joined the Ghazi movement, Ameer Faqir was his close relative and Qadeen Faqir was a resident of Ganga village near Shahdadpur.  Muhammad Hassan died in 1993 and Amir Faqir in 1994.

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Mongolia and Sindh


  Mongolia and Sindh
  Although the Mughals are also descended from the Mongols, they and the later Arghun and Pathan invaders did to the civilization, economy and people of Sindh what the tyrannical Mongols did to Baghdad.  Baghdad also burned, the fire was not enough for Thatta.  The books of Baghdad were also burnt, the history of Sindh was also burnt in the burning oven.  But the history of the Mongol invasions of Sindh is usually glossed over.  As the windows of the Internet open, pigeons of information fly out of them, bringing messages of information everywhere.  Earlier I wrote some stories about the history of Sindh from Karl Marx's book Notes on Indian History.  On page 20 of the same book, Karl Marx wrote about the Mongol invasion of Sindh: "In 1217, a large Mongol army led by Genghis Khan came from Turan and attacked Khwarazm."  Shah Jalal of Khwarazm attacked him but he was defeated and came to the banks of the river Indus.  None of the kings helped him, (in response) he formed flocks of crows and started plundering the area.  On which Genghis Khan sent a large army to attack Naziruddin's territory of Multan and Sindh, which destroyed the entire region.  After conquering these areas of Multan and Sindh, when the Mongols returned, Sultan Al-Tamish (211-1236 AD) took advantage of this and invaded and included it in his empire and fought against Allah Din in Multan and Sindh.  .  The areas are known as the "Battle of Sindh".  In which it is stated that Genghis Khan was so angry that he sent an army of twenty thousand and then another ten thousand after Jalaluddin's army of a few thousand, but nevertheless Jalaluddin somehow escaped from there and  Jalaluddin kept on raiding for not helping first.  resident.  "Indus War" is also mentioned in Harper's Encyclopedia of Military History, (HarperCollins Publishers, 1993), 366.  In this war, the commander of the Mongols was Bala.  Sindh was strangely divided in this battle.  The people were trampled under the hoofs of the horses of Jalaluddin and the Mongols.  According to the proverb Fighting deaf people.  When Jalal-ud-Din did not get help from the people of Multan and other parts of Sindh against the Mongols, he took out the wrath of the Mongols from the people of Sindh and killed them.  Here again the third calamity of Sultan Al-Tamish came and took these areas under his control.  The second invasion of Sindh by the Mongols came when Halaku Khan called the people of Baghdad in 1258 "Baghdad!"  and were building towers of human sacrifices, at that time one of their generals, Sally Nauyan, went to Bakr Fort after conducting operations in Multan, but there is no evidence that he attacked Bakr's Fort or not.  A few years before this attack, an army of thirty thousand Mongols had destroyed Lahore.

  The history of the Mongols sent by Genghis Khan and Halaku Khan to Multan and the other side of Sindh was not hidden there.  Later, when the Mongols established a vast empire and occupied a large part of China, there is another important reference in history which shows that they arrived at Seohan, the center of Sindh, and at that time they  China was occupied.  The entire area of ​​Seistan.  This is best described in Kishori Saranlal's book History of the Khaljis (1290-1320), which has been copied from Wikipedia and other Internet sources.  The summary of the Mongol invasion is as follows: When India was ruled by the Khalji dynasty and Alauddin Khalji was the king of Delhi after the assassination of his uncle, then Sindh was also called the Delhi region.  stay  The name of the general in Sihon's fortress was Saldi Khan, so it is thought that he was a Mongol fugitive, but he was accompanied by a large army, who came from Mongolia through what is now Turkey to Afghanistan, from where  They attacked and captured.  That part of Sindh There was a Sahib of Sumran in Sindh but they did not have the strength to fight him.  The throne of Delhi did not agree and Alauddin Khilji sent an army under his general Zafar Khan who fought the Mongols at Siuhan and retook the fort from them.  Not only this, many Mongols from the Nagduri tribe were arrested and taken to Delhi.  The Nagduri tribe of the Mongols were dark brown and believed they outnumbered Genghis Khan's tribe, they attacked but were defeated by Khalji's army.  In the books, the Khaljis do not get any help from the Sindhi rulers for this war.  During the 13th century, the Mongols also carried out operations in the Punjab and twice attacked Lahore and its surroundings with an army of thousands.

Karachi Hort Of Sindh


Bengali sages in the third region
  Teiser's sudden situation with Gulshan Mimar near Mutwakkul VM 9 is said in the statement that Allama Latif's characters are present with Moki's Teiser's impure but common Bengali. 
The ground platoons of their field have gone to Gharan, Bazaran and Pamphlet.
  Teser Town, which is the largest Chapter 1 in 1966, a program was put forward to present a proposal to the people of the poor.  At the time of the MQM, the people of Bengali took control of the shape of their good character and settled the Lyari Express on the victims.  The territory on Bangash and the Kanran occupation of Lyari (in which there was usually an illegal pilami) went to the third Tamasha.  In the second place, the Pashtos of Swali Sohrab village of Anskim, who found that a few plots were shared among Sindhis, Punjabis and Indians, but the important Bengali people found the majority of Bengalis in Tasar Town.
  The impact of the population that has been included in the population is visible only in Malir, a predominantly Sindhi area of ​​Karachi.
  According to the population census of 2017, Sindhi nationalists outnumbered Pashto nationalists by 20%.  Thirteen ethnic Urdu, thirteen Raja Punjabi, eight Balochistan Balahisar, four state Hindku and two sides Saraiki and Brohi were present in the Miller.
  The other people of Panj Salin province, Karachi and Amran Laden's nationality are present iKaran Malir, only at their disposal, the population of Bahria Town along with their population and Taysar can migrate large number of people to Taysar area.  .  The majority of Sindhis have been shocked, the truth is that they do not feel that in the future, the majority of Sindhis have disappeared in Karachi with the opening of DHC, Bahria and Teiser Town.  It is possible..
  The estimated population in Taysar Town at that time, which is believed by Gulshan Mimar to be one lakh population, is that there are lakhs of Sindhi people in this area as well.
The largest population in this town is Bengali and Bihari which is thirty five percent of the total population, about thirty percent of the population consists of Pashto speakers, remaining twelve percent of the population consists of Sindhi, and the rest of the population consists of Saraiki.  , Punjabi, Hindi, and Balochi speakers.
  Most of the plots in Tayseer Town are currently owned by the Bengali population, while many plots have been purchased by Afghan refugees in the name of people from tribal areas who are their business partners. The vision of the future is on Tayseer Town.  Sixty percent of Gulshan Mimar's population consists of Pashto speakers.
  The Pashto and Bengali speaking population are currently mostly voters of the PPP due to which they have no problem with their resettlement, while illegal residents of Bengalis, Burmese, Bihars and Afghans look to the PPP to solve their problems.  Need support.  There is a better option.  People's Party is the best choice for Pathans and Afghani refugees in Karachi at this time because they believe that the support of People's Party will make it easier for them to spread their wings in Karachi.
  The population capacity of Teser Town is 25 lakhs, if Teser Town is fully settled for the next ten years, the biggest damage will be done to the demography and population balance of Malir, a Sindhi-majority area of ​​Karachi.  A minority

Sunday, January 22, 2023

Karachi for the first time

  I saw Karachi for the first time in 1984
.  Went to Karachi with his villager, friend and classmate Shahid Hussain Abbasi (then an engineering student at NAD University), saw the sea and also visited Abdullah Shah Ghazi's shrine in Clifton.  After that he kept coming and going many times.

  In the beginning of 2021, Mr. Masood Lohar started a tree planting project called Clifton Urban Forest on Karachi beach, he also invited me there.  Now having a permanent residence at this place, once I went to the shrine of Abdullah Shah Ghazi.  The mausoleum underwent many changes over time, but the biggest change that surprised me was the change in the identity of the grave.  Abdullah Shah Ghazi had meanwhile changed to Abdullah al-Ashtar, and a large marble slab on a prominent road bore a new name plaque inscribed with Wali Allah's genealogy.
  Leaving this debate aside for a moment, I was thinking that Sindh is so orphaned and oblivious that anyone who wants to change the history of Sindh according to his will without any trouble is also there.  will turn to