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January 1, 2007 / Taimur Khan

Ghani Khan Revisited, 30 December 2007

Ghani Khan Revisited

Thanks to the tremendous hospitality of Nasreen Wali Khan (niece of Ghani Khan), Bahram and Mashaal (grandsons of Ghani Khan), I made another visit to Ghani Khan’s home in Utmanzai, Charsadda with Dr. Aftab, Dr. Fuad, and my father. Dr. Fuad was nice enough to bring along his Nikon D-70S camera; he took more than 215 pictures. I have tried to select the better ones, a total of 95 pictures through which I would like to share our pleasant experience with all of you.

Click here to view the new allbum.

Eid Mubarik,
Taimur Khan

12 Comments

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  1. qasim farooq / Jan 13 2007 10:35 pm

    I thank every one who was involved in this great effort its woth it
    thanks

  2. Sabahat Ahmad / Jan 17 2007 5:50 pm

    Great Contribution!

  3. A. Pashtoonyar / Jan 24 2007 10:18 am

    Thank you for this valuable resource. Indeed, Ghani is a soothing realization for pashtoons all over the world to be proud of his original and valuable philosphy, poetry and intellectual wisdom.

    Congratulations to your team.

  4. Magic Khan / Mar 8 2007 10:47 pm

    You guys are Great. The new Outlook is even better. Give me a five.

    Cheers Mate

  5. Dawood Ahmad Khan / Mar 28 2007 12:14 pm

    I live in Japan, and showed Taimur Khan’s great effort, I mean the pictures, to my friends here and they all liked it so much. I am proud to be a Charsaddian Pukhtoon, and people like Ghani Khan are the real source of our pride.

  6. Bilal Habib / May 6 2007 11:20 pm

    I greatly appreciate the efforts of Taimur Khan who made this treasure accessible at the click of a mouse. I feel proud of being someone from Charsadda, where greats like Ghani were born. I personally thank those who are directly or indirectly publishing the art and legacy of Ghani baba.

    Bilal Habib,
    Peshawar

  7. Shoaib / Jul 10 2007 7:04 pm

    I am Shoaib, employed at UET Peshawar as Consultancy Coordinator, while surfing net i came across this beautiful website. Its really great work, i feel great honor and previlig to see some sort of effort regarding life and work of the greatest philosophical poet this world has ever seen the greatest “GHANI BABA”. Ghani was multi talented man. He was blessed with multiple qualities, which other people can dream off. I am one of the biggest fan of Ghani Khan and great admirer of Bacha Khan. I really appriciate the effort. Keep it up man. God bless u da Allah pa Amaan

  8. Ali Yousafzai / Sep 18 2007 3:56 pm

    Great contribution.. Please keep it up..

  9. Hussan Zada Omar / Jan 21 2008 8:54 pm

    Dear Taimur khan
    Really this a very valuable information for those people who love to these Great people.and they have no source to know about these respectable people.Continue it.
    thanks
    Hussan Zada Omar

  10. mohammad khan / Mar 20 2008 3:58 pm

    there is in a man inexpressable as the moon light in a stardust ghani ba ba the wisest of pukhtoons.

  11. mohsin khan / Feb 24 2010 4:17 am

    Ghani khan was a great poet and philosopher. he had a profound vision of life.His work relfects that he immensly loved the the life but early death of his mother and then sun has really sadend him and he expressed it in his poetry. i love him like all other pushtuns and literature lovers.

    Na manam na manam, marg anjaam da hastai na dai
    hlasidal sharaab pa jaam kai, ehtitam da mastai na dai

  12. Nofil Shah / Mar 16 2010 4:26 pm

    Subak da mudrassay wai,
    paara da pesay wai,
    janat kay ba yey zay nawi,
    dauzakh kay ba ghupay wai.
    (Mullah’s to Bacha Khan’s father)

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