پوشتون‌لار

ویکی‌پدیادان، آچیق بیلیک‌لیک‌دن
پوشتون‌لار
پښتانه
Pax̌tānə
Pashtun people.jpg
پوشتون‌‌لار
اهالی سایی‌سی
۶۰ تا۷۰ میلیون
چوْخلی اهالی اولان بؤلگه‌لر
 پاکیستان۴۲٬۵۹۰٬۳۲۰ (۲۰۲۰)[۱]
 افغانیستان۱۵٬۳۹۰٬۰۰۰[۲]
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 بیرلشمیش ایالتلر۵۰٬۰۰۰ (۲۰۱۰)[۴]
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 بیرلشمیش شاهلیق۴۰٬۰۰۰ (۲۰۰۹)[۶]
 آلمان۲۰٬۰۰۰ (۲۰۱۸)[۷]
 کانادا۱۵٬۰۰۰ (۲۰۱۵)[۸]
 هیندوستان۵٬۰۰۰ (۲۰۱۳)[۹]
 روسیه۲۰٬۰۰۰ (۲۰۲۰)[۱]
 اوسترالیا۸٬۳۵۰ (۲۰۲۰)[۱۰]
دیل‌لری
پشتو
دین‌لری
اکثریت:
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(سونی اکثریت، شیعه اقلیت)[۱۱][۱۲]
اقلیت:
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پوشتون‌لار (اینگیلیسی‌جه: Pashtuns، عرب‌جه: بشتون، آنادولو تورکجه‌سی: Peştunlar، فارسجا: پشتون‌ها) - افغانیستان، پاکیستان و ایراندا یاشایان بیر قومی گروه.

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  13. ^ Eusufzye, Khan Shehram (2018). "Two identities, twice the pride: The Pashtun Sikhs of Nankana Saheb". Pakistan Today. Retrieved 31 May 2020. One can sense a diminutive yet charming cultural amalgamation in certain localities within the town with the settling of around 250 Pashtun Sikh families in the city.
    Ruchi Kumar, The decline of Afghanistan's Hindu and Sikh communities, Al Jazeera, 2017-01-01, "the culture among Afghan Hindus is predominantly Pashtun"
    Beena Sarwar, Finding lost heritage, Himal, 2016-08-03, "Singh also came across many non turban-wearing followers of Guru Nanak in Pakistan, all of Pashtun origin and from the Khyber area."
    Sonia Dhami, Sikh Religious Heritage – My visit to Lehenda Punjab, Indica News, 2020-01-05, "Nankana Sahib is also home to the largest Sikh Pashtun community, many of whom have migrated from the North West Frontier Provinces, renamed Khyber-Pakhtunwa."
    Neha, Pak misusing Durand Line to facilitate terrorists, says Pashtun, Siasat Daily, 2019-09-20, "The members of the Pashtun and Afghan Sikh community living in Europe and UK have gathered in Geneva"
    Sabrina Toppa, Despite border tensions, Indian Sikhs celebrate festival in Pakistan, TRT World, 2019-04-16, "Hasanabdal is home to around 200 Sikh families that have primarily moved from Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, including Pakistan’s former tribal areas. The majority are Pashtun Sikhs who abandoned their homes and took refuge near Sikhism’s historical sites."