اکوڑہ خٹک کی پشتو کی ساخت PASHTO COMPOSITION OF AKORAKHATTAK Section Urdu Literature
The Pashto are an ancient nation divided into different tribes. The three major branches of this nation are described as (1) Sturban (2) Ghorghashti (3) Batini. These three branches are traditionally related to the three sons of three, Sturban, Ghorghasht and Batiyan, but there is also a well-known tribe of Pathans. Kirlan is the ancestor of Afridi, Khattak, Dalazak, and Kazai and other mountain tribes. That's why it has special importance. A notable discovery of Pashto relics is an ancient inscription in Sistan (Iran) that archaeologists believe dates back to 3,500 YEARS BC. There are three sentences written on this inscription in Khorushi script, which are closely related to the present Pashto. They are something like this to me. The world's first human being was settled in the Indus Valley i.e. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. In this sense, this region has been the oldest home of human life and accordingly the orthodoxy of the Pashto language has also been claimed. However, Pastor Janes Anoldsen traced Pashto to 1500 AD. This article highlights the structure of Akora Khattak's language and various variations.